Description: Emergency shelter for single adults and families consisting of a single parent with children (newborn to age 17); intake hours vare; referrals accepted 24 huors/7 days. Maximum stay is 30 dats for individuals and 90 days for families. Meals, case management and other support services are provided for shelter residents.
*Shelter is not wheelchair accessible * Shelter accepts pregnant women (early-midterm) *Shelter accepts women with newborn infants* shelter accepts adults who have be detoxed.
ELIGIBILITY: Single adults( 18+); pregnant women; single parent with children (newborn- age 17)
FEE: $4 per night for single; 15% of family income for families; clients with an income are expected to reimburse the shelter for services.
APPLICATION: The shelter participates in a unified intake for families, which requires that all families call 211 to complete a telephone referral. Single adults must call the Shelter directly for a telephone referral. Walk-ins are not accepted.
Time: M-F: 8am-4pm
Place: 42 Jay Street, New London, CT 06320
Contact: (860) 443-0537
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org/ web: https://www.covenantshelterofnewlondon.org/
Description: Overnight shelter for individuals or couples (no families) from 7pm-7am. Snacks are available at the shelter; Free breakfast is available down the street. The shelter is for people from new London County or people with a connection to New London County ONLY. Anyone wishing to utilize the shelter must first go to the New London city Police Department to obtain clearance, then bring the clearance to the shelter for admission. Anyone with a history of violence may be denied admission to the shelter. The Police Department will attempt to resolve any outstanding warrants as quickly as possible to allow use of the shelter.
ELIGIBILITY: People from New London County or people with a connection to New London County ONLY
APPLICATION: First come, first served; New London Police clearance required
OTHER INFORMATION: A connection to New London county includes family members who currently reside in New London or a person who lived in New London recently.
Time: daily 7pm-7am
Place: 76 Federal Street, St. James Episcopal Church, New London, CT 06320
Contact: (860) 439-1573/ (860)-701-0574 after 6:30pm
Description: The Home Again Project provides emergency housing for families with at least one child under 18. The goal of the program is to rapidly re-house families back into the community within 30 days. Residents of New London County may gain access to the program by calling 211.
ELIGIBILITY: Families consisting of at least one adult and one child under 18 years old
FEE: Program fee- 15% of income per week
APPLICATION: Dial 211
OTHER INFORMATION: A case manage works with each family to identify resources and to assist in the housing search
Time: M-F: 8am-4pm
Place: 401 West Thames Street, Unit 201, Norwich, CT 06320