We exist to help communities solve the most complex problems affecting their most vulnerable, hardest hit neighbors.

How we’re ending homelessness Our three core services strengthen communities.

Inspiring Places

The Inspiring Places team transforms underutilized properties into housing and community spaces in support of Community Solutions’ local initiatives. Working closely with neighborhoods and community members, our team of architects, planners and project managers helps communities imagine and create new possibilities for neglected places. Learn More »

The Northeast Neighborhood Partnership

The Northeast Neighborhood Partnership (NNP) helps Northeast Hartford, CT, which suffers from historically high unemployment rates and poor public health, to turn itself around. Coordinated by Community Solutions and supported by a broad base of partners and residents, NNP works to improve, simultaneously, the health and economic security of residents and the physical condition of the neighborhood.  

Connecting Resources

Community Solutions helps communities mobilize partners and resources to connect vulnerable people to the health, employment, and other services they need to succeed in their homes and communities. Our approach costs far less than responses to homelessness such as shelters and hospitals. Learn More »

The Brownsville Partnership

The Brownsville Partnership (BP) is a network of organizations and residents working together to build on existing assets to create solutions to Brownsville’s most pressing challenges. Community Solutions coordinates the BP, which draws on the participation of more than 25 different local groups in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Brownsville, as well as the robust engagement of local community members.The Challenge

Sharing Solutions

Community Solutions develops effective solutions to homelessness that can be shared broadly. We convene local leaders, non-profits, businesses, and public agencies to create a national network to end homelessness and strengthen communities. Our work is defined by partnership and meaningful collaboration. Learn More »

The 100,000 Homes Campaign

The 100,000 Homes Campaign is a national movement of over 230 cities, counties and states that are working together to house 100,000 vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals and families by July of 2014. Participating communities have already moved more than 90,000 homeless Americans into permanent housing, transforming their public systems along the way.