Housing Domestic Violence Survivors
Domestic Violence survivors are a special population in housing services and face many distinct and challenging circumstances related to confidentiality and safety. Many domestic violence survivors fall into homelessness as a result of their situation or associated issues, however their specific confidentiality needs can be a barrier to gaining access to housing services. The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness, the Department of Housing, and the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence have collaborated to create a pathway to overcome these barriers.
By creating a way for domestic violence survivors to get onto the prioritized housing services lists, this population will be able to gain access to resources such as rapid re-housing and permanent supportive housing while maintaining their confidentiality.
- Coordinated Access for Domestic Violence Survivors- August 2016
- The Intersection Between Domestic Violence and Homelessness – February 2018
If you have any questions or comments about how to help domestic violence survivors access housing services in Connecticut, contact email@example.com.
- CCADV, CCEH Announce National Model for Collaboratively Housing Domestic Violence Survivors Facing Homelessness
- Universal Shelter Intake Form- CCADV
- Administering the VI-SPDAT Resource Page
- Getting Clients Document Ready Resource Page
- Coordinated Access for Domestic Violence Survivors Final PowerPoint
- Serving Survivors of Domestic Violence with Rapid Re-Housing
- NAEH 2016: Rapid Re-Housing with DV Survivors: Approaches that Work
- Regional Domestic Violence CCADV Provider Map
- Guide to Processing Referrals
- The Rights of Domestic Violence Survivors in Public and Subsidized Housing