A Warm Welcome but a Tight Housing Market for Afghan Refugees to Connecticut

A typical residential street in Black Rock (Credit: Google Map Data, 2022)


TwitterFacebookCopy LinkPrintEmail

BRIDGEPORT — When Andrea Schley started working with refugees at the Burroughs Community Center several years ago, she realized how difficult it was for the women to find housing. 

Her soluti...

Haven’t subscribed yet? Click here to register.

CT Examiner is just $20 a year. And if you want to unsubscribe? That’s online and at the click of a button. No phone calls. No runaround. No hassle.

At less than a tenth the cost of our statewide competitors, our promise to you is no-nonsense federal, state, and local news that’s nonpartisan, respects your privacy and is ad-free.

Subscribe and see why CT Examiner is the fastest growing news source in Connecticut.

Emilia Otte

Emilia Otte covers health and education for the Connecticut Examiner. In 2022 Otte was awarded "Rookie of the Year," by the New England Newspaper & Press Association.