A coalition of groups ranging from homeless shelters to the Connecticut Department of Labor planned a statewide action to end homelessness among veterans in the state.
According to Greg Behrman of Fairfield, a U.S. Navy reservist and former State Department staffer who founded the Connecticut Heroes Project, Connecticut has the "most detailed, the most actionable state plan in the country."
Village Capital announced the winners of the $50,000 prize awarded to social entrepreneurs who don’t “self-define as social entrepreneurs”. The winners didn’t start out thinking of themselves as social enterprises.
New Effort to End Homelessness among Veterans in Connecticut