How Connecticut Matched Its Medicaid and Homelessness Data to Improve Health through Housing

2/18/19 – Connecticut is improving “the health of people experiencing homelessness by matching Medicaid data with Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) data to track which populations are using housing services and which have the greatest unmet need.”

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A push to end housing discrimination against ex-offenders

1/23/19 – “Up to 95 percent of people who have been incarcerated in Connecticut will return to our communities one day,” the report says. “Having a safe and stable place to live is essential for their successful reintegration. Research shows that if a person has stable housing, they are less likely to commit a new crime and end up back behind bars.”

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