“The nonprofit New Reach and local and state partners officially launched the project, Portsea Place, with a ribbon-cutting at the building on Tuesday afternoon. The building at 223 Portsea St. hosts eight efficiency-style apartments for people between the ages of 18 and 24 who have experienced housing instability.
The model at Portsea Place is permanent supportive housing, this time for young adults. Each renter gets a subsidized apartment to live in indefinitely, with the support of a case manager, while they transition out of homelessness.” Emily Hays, New Haven Independent. Full article linked below.