Livable Communities – Our Partners

Creating livable communities is a multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary endeavor, requiring partnership with, among others, municipal leaders, representatives of local senior and social services offices, community stakeholders, planning and zoning board members and commissioners, philanthropists, and social services and health organizations. To date we have strategically cultivated nearly 60 organizational partners, through which we connect related initiatives to maximize resources and expertise to shape community livability.

AARP – Connecticut
African-American Affairs Commission
Aging Affinity Group
Alzheimer’s Resource Center of Connecticut
Bike-Walk Connecticut
Capitol Region Council of Governments
Center for Disability Rights
Center for Transportation and Livable Systems of the Connecticut Transportation Institute
Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
Community Solutions
Connecticut Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission
Connecticut Association of Area Agencies on Aging
Connecticut Association of Directors of Health
Connecticut Association of Senior Center Personnel
Connecticut Association for Community Transportation
Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association
Connecticut Collaboration for Fall Prevention
Connecticut Community Care, Inc.
Connecticut Community Foundation
Connecticut Conference of Municipalities
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy
Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling
Connecticut Council of Small Towns
Connecticut Data Collaborative
Connecticut Economic Development Association
Connecticut Fair Housing Center
Connecticut Fund for the Environment
Connecticut Health Foundation
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority
Connecticut Local Administrators of Social Services
Connecticut Main Street Center
Connecticut Public Health Association
Connecticut State Data Center
Data Haven
Department of Developmental Services
Department of Housing
Department of Mental Health and Addicition Services
Department of Public Health
Department of Social Services
Department of Transportation
Fairfield County Community Foundation
Foundation for Community Health
Greater Hartford Transit District
Home Haven
Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford
LeadingAge Connecticut
LGBT Aging Advocacy
Lower Connecticut River Valley Council of Governments
Manchester Housing Authority
Northeastern Connecticut Council of Governments
Northwest Hills Council of Governments
Open Communities Alliance
Partnership for Strong Communities
Permanent Commission on the Status of Womem
The Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Foundation, Inc.
Regional Plan Association
South Central Regional Council of Governments
Technology Transfer Center of the Connecticut Transportation Institute
Tri-State Transportation Campaign
State Department on Aging
United Way of Connecticut
University of Connecticut’s Center for Land Used Education and Research
Western Council of Governments
Young Energetic Solutions