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Katie Blair House (KBH) - A HUD and CT DOH funded transitional housing program for 8 women with proven results in ending homelessness. Opened in 1990, this program helps women who are at the beginning stages of putting their lives back on track. Katie Blair House is part of the Coordinated Access Network and follows the Housing First model. All applicants must call 211 and then press 3 and then 1. For more information, please call (860) 886-7511 x 216 or email KBH@BethsaidaCT.org
Flora O'Neil Apartments (FON) - A HUD funded supportive housing program that offers 1 bedroom units to individuals and 2 bedroom units to families. Opened January 2006. FON is part of the Coordinated Access Network and follows the Housing First model. All applicants must call 211 and then press 3 and then 1. For more information, please call (860) 886-7511 x 210 or email FON@BethsaidaCT.org
Patricia's Place Program (PPP) - Opened in August 2012. PPP follows the Recovery Housing model. Housing and support services are provided to 6 women. Each program participant has an individual bedrooms, and shared kitchen and living room areas. Candidates for PPP are women who are homeless, at risk of losing housing, or low-income. If interested in PPP please send an email to PPP@BethsaidaCT.org or call (860) 886-7511 x 210.
Patricia's Place Program
For Katie Blair House or Flora O'Neil, the applicant must have had a CAN intake appointment by calling 211
If you are homeless and from the Southeastern CT region, have called 211, have had a CAN intake appointment, and can find no other housing - please contact the Southeastern CT CAN Manager David Gonzalez Rice at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 785-4420
Bethsaida accepts applications from women from all regions of CT.
Flora O'Neil Apartments
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Katie Blair House
Since opening our doors, Bethsaida has provided Recovery Housing for its transitional, permanent, and low income housing. All programs are voluntary - clients who come to Bethsaida have chosen to focus on their recovery from substance use disorders, and previous trauma. Bethsaida's Katie Blair House and Flora O'Neil programs follow the CT Balance of State Policies.
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Every homeless women deserves the opportunity to remember she is is beautiful!