Norwalk plans mirror Stamford’s program that embedded a social worker and launched in May 2021.
From staffing crisis hotlines to launching new programs, local providers across the region are trying to provide resources for community members in need.
Darien residents could have access to urgent mental health assessments, if the town decides to participate in a new pilot program with New Canaan.
The redevelopment of Parker Harding Plaza, Jesup Green, and the Imperial Lot took a step forward this week, thanks to a Board of Finance approval of $400,000 in ARPA funds.
This week, the Board of Estimate and Taxation will be voting on plans to use $31.4 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds.
Infrastructure, mental health needs, and health-related items topped the list of projects funded through the American Rescue Plan Act.
The Westport Board of Finance voted unanimously to use $150,000 of American Rescue Plan Act [https://www.coastalconnecticuttimes.com/exploring-westports-arpa-funds/] funds to help jumpstart a potential affordable housing development at 900 Post Road East. The funds will go toward “predevelopment work,” such as drainage and environmental studies and surveys