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New Reach, Inc. formerly New Haven Home Recovery
New Reach Inc
153 East St.
New Reach provides shelter to single women 18 years of age and older, as well as single women with children.
If you are a single female 18 years of age or older and are requesting shelter, call us at 203.624.5798.
If you are a single mother with child
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Kellyann Day, the CEO of ...
Kellyann Day, the CEO of New Reach, said there were hundreds of families trying to get into shelters where there are a limited number of beds, and the list continued to grow.
It was taking four to five weeks just to get assesed to get on the wait list.
We said this is insane.
We cant operate like this, Day
We decreased the wait list and we decreased the amount of time to get assessed.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy also attended the dedication Monday of Geller Commons.
said Malloy truly understands that safety, security, individual opportunity and economic growth is almost impossible without a home.
Malloy said when he
took office in 2011, we were dead in the water, with only 162 units of affordable housing completed that year with state sponsorship.
said it was important to dedicate the building to Geller, who was a visionary for supportive housing and created a model where nine state agencies worked together to make this happen.
Board List | United Way of Greater New Haven
Kelly Ann Day
CEO, New Reach, Inc.
Community Foundation for Greater New Haven > About > Staff & Board
Appointed by the Judge of Probate Court for the District of New Haven to fill the Board seat of the late James Perillo and to serve a term of her own for six years beginning January 1, 2015
Kellyann Day has been the CEO of New Reach, Inc., formerly New Haven Home Recovery, Inc. since 1997.
New Reach is the parent company of Life Haven, Inc. as of August 2012.
Both organizations provide shelter, housing and stabilization services to vulnerable members of the community.
Ms. Day attended the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and received a BS in Psychology and has a Masters of Social Work with a concentration in Administration from The University of Connecticut.
Ms. Day has served as Chair to the Board of Directors of the South Central Behavioral Health Network, and the CT AIDS Residence Coalition.
She has also served as the Chairperson of the Statewide Reaching Home Steering Committee and numerous boards throughout the state including: the New Haven Early Childhood Council, the CT Coalition to End Homelessness, New Haven Mayor's Task Force on AIDS, City of New Haven's 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness, Supportive Housing Works, United Way of South Central Connecticut, and the Greater New Haven Opening Doors, Regional Alliance to End Homelessness.
The Community Fund for Women & Girls
Kellyann Day, Community Foundation Board Liaison
CEO | NewReach
Kellyann Day is the CEO of New Reach, Inc. and has served in that capacity since 1997.
In her role, Kellyann oversees the strategic direction and health of the agency, including ensuring fidelity to the mission, vision and values.
Ensuring responsible stewardship for public and private funding, Kellyann
is responsible for the oversight and management of legal, regulatory and programmatic compliance, management and administration of agency assets and operations, including safety and security and risk assessment.
In addition, she
leads New Reach's efforts to raise awareness regarding the need for shelter, housing and stabilization services across CT and promotes the positive results the agency achieves.
Kellyann partners with the Board of Directors to safeguard the health and effectiveness of the agency by pursuing its mission in an ethical, transparent, accountable and prudent manner.
Kellyann attended the State University of New York at Plattsburgh where she received a B.S. in psychology.
She completed her Masters of Social Work (MSW) with a concentration in administration in 2002 at Uconn.
In addition to her professional duties, Kellyann has served as Chair to the Board of Directors of the South Central Behavioral Health Network and the CT AIDS Residence Coalition.
She has also served as the Chairperson of the Statewide Reaching Home Steering Committee and numerous boards throughout the state including: