New grants aim to help homeless youth in Connecticut

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Connecticut will use 6 and a half million dollars in federal grants to provide housing opportunities for homeless youth.

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The grants will fund new, innovative housing assistance programs for young adults as part of a coordinated housing continuum that assures those in need can quickly obtain permanent housing and necessary support.

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Governor Malloy has set a goal of ending youth homelessness in Connecticut by 2020.

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