Housing for the
The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) oversees
rental housing developments in Connecticut that are subject
to various compliance and reporting standards associated
with their funding source. Originally administered by the
Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD),
the Housing for the Homeless Program was designed to offer
loans, deferred loans and/or grants to developers and owners
of housing for homeless persons and/or families in need of
transitional housing and support services.
Recipients of funds under this program are required to
provide CHFA with an Annual Report. The Housing for the
Homeless Program is subject to relevant state of Connecticut
statutory requirements and regulations as well as the
provisions of the Loan Documents and/or Assistance
Agreement(s), applicable between the owner and CHFA.
Follow the links below to learn more about the compliance
rules under the Housing for the Homeless Program.
Annual Reporting Requirements
The Housing for the Homeless
Program requires owners and/or sponsors to submit an Annual Report to CHFA.
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Questions? Contact CHFA.
subject to Housing for the
requirements should contact
CHFA’s Asset Management