Community Housing Connect

Because No One Should Face Homelessness Alone

Community Housing Connect

Are you a Kent County family experiencing a housing crisis? We are here to help. 

We are here, because no one should face homelessness alone. No one.

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Who can we help?

Kent County families with household income below 50% of the area median income that include at least one adult and one dependent minor, including pregnant women.

 

How do we define family?

 A family is a family regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national orgin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

 

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What is a housing crisis?

Families experiencing a housing crisis may be residing outdoors, in their car or a park. They may be staying in an emergency shelter, motel or hotel. Families may also be at-risk of losing their housing. 

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How can we help?

 Our expert team can help with the following: Securing or maintaining housing in the rental market. Service linkages to help resolve the strain of family violence, finding a temporary place to stay and/or mediation.

What next?

 If these services can help your family resolve a housing crisis, click the “Start Your Housing Plan” button above. You will answer a few questions then schedule an appointment with one of our expert staff. 

Not Eligible?

If you are having a housing crisis and don’t meet the qualifications for Community Housing Connect, please contact the United Way 211 for immediate referral assistance.

Immediate Risk or Danger

If you or a family member are experiencing violence in the home and you need immediate assistance, call 911, or the National Domestic Violence hotline at 1-800-799-7233.

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