Housing vouchers support families’ ability to thrive. They are a necessary tool to address housing
insecurity and assist low-income renters struggling under the weight of the state’s rising housing
costs. They provide families stability and prevent evictions. They can effectively end
homelessness. They allow geographic mobility. They can stop the cycle of poverty. They can
greatly narrow racial disparities in housing. Expansion of RAP, and continued advocacy around
the adoption of Universal Vouchers are essential to ensure all Connecticut households have safe,
stable place to call home.
By: Alysha Gardner, Senior Policy Analyst, Partnership for Strong Communities To kickoff the 2024 legislative session, the Partnership convened its