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HomeHaven, Inc.
291 Whitney Avenue
Suite 103
New Haven, CT 06511

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To avoid spreading COVID-19, all face-to-face meetings & activities have been cancelled.
Please ask your Village Leaders about plans for “virtual” social gatherings using video, phone or email.

Committee chairs may be scheduling “virtual” meetings.

Please call the HH office with any questions.

Stay safe, stay well!  3/27/20

Advice About COVID-19 For People Over 60 With Chronic Conditions. An article by Drs. Mary Tinetti and Richard Marottoli from Yale School of Medicine. 3/18/20
Read it here

Yale Medicine/YaleNH Health COVID-19 Call Center offers info on how to keep you and your family healthy. 
Health professionals are available to answer your questions: 
M-F, 7am-7pm. 203-688-1700

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HomeHaven is a private not-for-profit corporation.  We belong to a nationwide network of Villages connected by the Village to Village Network.

Holly Pruett, daughter of HomeHaven members, finds peace of mind knowing that her parents have the support they need to age in place. 
Watch her video here.

Here is the latest HH Newsletter! 

Click April 2020 Newsletter 
to read the latest HomeHaven newsletter. It will appear in your Downloads Folder.

News & Announcements

New England News Collaborative interviewed our prez and Amity Villager, Fred O’Brien, on Monday 1/20, as a spokesperson for our organization. His “extemporaneous blathering” will certainly provide a positive bit of public relations.   Go Fred!!
Listen here (Fred's segment starts about 31:40)

HomeHaven is excited to share The Downsizing Donation Guide, conceived and compiled by Elaine Piraino-Holevoet, our newsletter designer, with support from a foundation grant. Its purpose is to keep useful items that you no longer want from ending up in the garbage or even in a recycling bin. Here are 43 wishlists from nonprofit organizations around town.

PPP DOCUMENTS, materials to help you plan:
Aging in Place, a HH Resource Guide
Life Care  Alternatives, Third Edition



We help our members remain active, independent, and  productive as they grow older in the comfort of their own homes and communities. We provide social and educational activities, companionship, volunteer opportunities and services, and referrals to qualified professionals.