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Transitional Living Program

Coming in April 2018

Serving Youth Across Connecticut:

Project REACH provides short term housing to homeless and unstably housed youth ages 18-22.  Length of stay is 18 months.

Project REACH staff provide case management to young adults, including intake and assessment; individual, group and family short term supportive counseling; referrals and service linkages; exit planning, including referral and linkage to independent housing and supports; educational support; service learning and recreational opportunities; and aftercare as young adults move from homelessness to a more independent, safe and stable environment.


 For more information about housing, call 203-235-9297, ext. 133
or call/text our hotline at 203-213-8667

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