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Name of the Organization
Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven
Contact Person
Colleen Trompeter
Job Title
Public Relations Coordinator
Contact phone
(203) 562-0598
E-mail
admin@nhsofnewhaven.org
Website
http://www.nhsofnewhaven.org
Interest
Energy Assistance, Housing Assistance, Financial Literacy, Economic Development
Description Interest
Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven was incorporated in 1979 with a mission to revitalize selected neighborhoods in New Haven. Over time, our mission has evolved to focus on positioning New Haven’s neighborhoods to succeed by increasing homeownership; making homes beautiful, energy-efficient, and affordable; and helping residents take charge of their neighborhoods. We believe that increased owner-occupancy rates, educated homebuyers, and rehabilitated houses will produce stable, revitalized neighborhoods that our clients will be proud to call home.

NHS of New Haven's Blog

2015 Resident Leadership Program @ NHS of New Haven - now accepting applications!

Posted on February 10, 2015 at 5:34pm 0 Comments

In March 2010, Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven (NHS) launched its first annual Resident Leadership Program.

Based on a curriculum developed in conjunction with our national partner, NeighborWorks® America, the program consists of five units. The primary goals of this program are to transfer concrete leadership skills to residents, create a space for participants to share their experiences with one another, and increase residents’ sense of being agents of…

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At 11:26am on January 4, 2016, Richard James Luby said…
Colleen,
Thank you for the connection! I am interested to learn more about you, your role and if we may be able to collaborate on the future to progress our communities.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Rich Luby
Talk the Walk
203-231-6835
At 6:40am on April 26, 2013, Lee Cruz said…

Colleen,

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