HHC Hires New Shelter Services Manager
We are delighted to welcome Kate Griffith, a licensed clinical social worker, to our staff as the new Shelter Services Manager. Kate brings a wealth of experience to her new role at HHC. Earlier in her career she managed the domestic violence shelter operated by Safe Futures (formerly the Women's Center). Most recently she has worked as a clinician at the Waterford Country School.

Kate is excited to be joining the team at HHC, and is looking forward to working with guests, providing essential support for our hardworking staff, and building up partnerships in the community to look for long term solutions to the challenges that contribute to homelessness.

Kate has always had a heart for helping people who are struggling with homelessness and other associated challenges. She takes great inspiration from the Catholic Worker movement and it's founder, Dorothy Day, who once said that "the biggest challenge of the day is: how to bring about a revolution of the heart, a revolution that has to start with each one of us."

It's an honor to have Kate with us in this incredibly important work! Welcome aboard!
Pass the Guitar Returns for 5th Year!
Pass the Guitar , our annual fundraiser concert, is back for its fifth season!

Please save the date for Friday, November 2nd at 7:30pm when fifteen of southeastern Connecticut's best musicians will come together for a one-of-a-kind concert to benefit the Homeless Hospitality Center. This year's concert will once again be held at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Congregation.

Admission is $10 at the door, and light refreshments will be provided. Hope to see you there!
Emergency Winter Shelter - We Need Your Help!
In January, the average overnight low in southeastern Connecticut is 20 degrees. Imagine trying to sleep in a tent. Or your car. Or under a bridge. How can you stay warm? Healthy? Safe? 

The  Homeless Hospitality Center  is here to help. We open a warming center in our administration building from November through March so that anyone seeking respite has a warm place to sleep, even if our 40-bed shelter is full.

Won’t you help give people a warm and safe place to sleep? We turn no one away, and use their visit as an opportunity to connect people with services that can help them.