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Connecticut’s homeless advocates got some encouragement—and a strategic call for patience—in their quest to bring more mental health and addiction care into “supportive” housing complexes.

Advocates like Kate Kelly (pictured) are trying to combat homelessness in the state not just through traditional short-term shelters, but through long-term complexes with services onsite to help previously or potentially homeless people stay off the streets for good.

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