Connecticut First State to End Chronic Veteran Homelessness

By Admin | September 3, 2015

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1167278_567097733351642_92711466_oGovernor Dannel Malloy recently announced that Connecticut is the first state to officially end chronic homelessness for veterans according to the federal government. 

"Based on over 15 years of working with strong and incredible servicemen and women, we are proud that Connecticut is leading the nation in addressing this critical issue and challenge." said Chief Executive Officer Micheal Blanco. "With our extensive work with returning service members and providing critical communications services to folks at over 25 Veteran Affairs locations across the US, we take pride in helping everyone who has served."

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