To identify homeless-disabled individuals in the greater Norwalk-Westport area that are living in a shelter or a place unfit for habitation. The individual's intent must be to find safe and affordable housing with support services in place that will help them rebuild their lives. Evidence has shown that people who have been homeless for a prolonged period of time, lose their skills and abilities to function and thrive in society. We thank you for your support of our mission and we ask that you continue to help us in any way you can.
Moore Place is a 10 bedroom 24-month transitional living program for individuals who are homeless and disabled. While at Moore Place, they will receive assistance with gaining permanent housing, entitlements, mental health, and medical services. The program fee is $350 per month or 30 percent of the client's monthly income.
Desmond Cordovez, Moore Place Program Director
203-855-9535 x 104
MFAP offers the following housing opportunities for our clients.
• HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)
•Emergency rental assistance/subsidized housing for people living with HIV/AIDS
If you are seeking emergency shelter or crisis intervention, please dial 2-1-1 or visit uwc.211ct.org. 2-1-1 is the centralized housing referral system for Connecticut.
All persons wishing to stay in shelters or obtain subsidized housing must use this system. 2-1-1 schedules your appointment with the nearest shelter where they will put you on the waiting list.