Last Update: March 2016
The Diversion Report is published bi-monthly to provide information and recent news on Shelter Diversion in Connecticut. Below are graphs of the statewide and Coordinated Access Network regional Diversion data in terms of numbers and percentages being diverted.
To read more about Shelter Diversion or identify your regional diversion specialist visit the Shelter Diversion Resource Page. For upcoming trainings and events, including monthly shelter diversion trainings, click here. For comments and questions, please contact Training and Communications Coordinator Sarah Chess at email@example.com.
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