Friendship Service Center of New Britain

Transitional Housing
New Britain, CT
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241 Arch Street
New Britain, CT - 06051

(860) 225-0211 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. info@fsc-ct.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Friendship Service Center of New Britain

Arch Street Housing is a community of once-homeless individuals and families who have overcome tremendous challenges toward the goal of living independently in apartments of their own. The combination of a permanent home with built-in case management services is a proven formula for supporting homeless people as they attain and maintain their dreams.   Arch Street Housing consists of 21 one- two- and three- bedroom apartments at 59 and 85 Arch Street in New Britain. 

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: REAL HELP SIMPLY STARTS WITH FRIENDSHIP The mission of the Friendship Center is to provide direct service to the poor and needy of Central Connecticut, including the ownership and operation of housing for the poor. Outreach starts simply by reaching out. Providing care services starts simply with caring. The Friendship Center is a place where the hungry are fed, the homeless are sheltered, and everyone is welcome. We believe that every act of generosity and kindness can transform the world for those around us. WHAT WE PROVIDE We provide a continuum of services for men, women and children who are poor and homeless in Central Connecticut. These services range from basic outreach to those still living on the streets, to emergency shelter for families and individuals, and transitional living and permanent supportive housing options for those who are homeless. We offer meals for the community each day in the Tomasso Family Community Dining Room and work to prevent homelessness through the Emergency Needs Program. Since 1968, the Friendship Service Center of New Britain, Inc. has been a place that those in difficulty could rely on, and with your support, it continues to do so. WE ALL SHARE IN OUR FRIEND’S SUCCESS We all deserve a second chance when life surprises us with hardship. And there are cases that have truly shown us the strength of friendship in such hard times- people whose time with us has been transformative. We like to call them miracles, purely because of the extent of their recovery. It truly shows the possibilities that become real when a proper intervention is successful. What just a little help can bring to someone’s life. And it’s all down to the work of our selfless and hard-working volunteers that these miracles are possible.

Hours of operation: M-F: 4pm-8am; Sat,Sun: 24 hrs.
Fees: Set fee; 30% of adjusted gross income as rent

There is 1 review

Anonymous - Jun 28, 2018

I am looking for a sober living facility for my sister. She has been clean since February and is in Hartford at Trinity Hill. I can use any advise given as I am at wits end. I live in FL . msohne@bellsouth.net

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