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Forty years is something special! This year’s Hope and Home video celebrates the past and present accomplishments of Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation and My Sisters’ Place…

Sadly, the results of the latest Point-in-Time Count have shown a 16% increase in homelessness in CT over the past two years.

Homeless services aren’t what they used to be. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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Forty years ago, Sister Sue Ann Shay, Sister Judy Beaumont and a group of Hartford social workers founded My Sisters’ Place…

Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation has seen many changes over the past year…

Several low income families have been able to find homes…

There was a celebration of My Sisters’ Place as CEO Kara Capone made the official announcement…

If you tuned in to Sunday Mass on MyTV9 or Fox 61 on May 28, you would have seen Fr. John Gatzak introduce a familiar story…

Read CEO Kara Capone’s Op-Ed published in the Hartford Courant May 24, 2023

There are many ways to describe the new year.

Now is the time of year that signals the season of giving thanks and showing gratitude…

Spring is a lovely reminder of how beautiful change can be.

My Sister’s Place is committed to ending homelessness by empowering women…

The work done at Community Housing Advocates and our agencies is not easy…

It’s getting chilly outside but our hearts are staying warm…

Now is the time of year that signals the season of giving thanks and showing gratitude…

This is our first formal newsletter since Mercy Housing and My Sisters’ Place combined…

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