Every day, Always Home's staff and Board of Directors is grateful for your generosity, compassion and willingness to help prevent family homelessness. To us, you're a vital part of Always Home's community. Yet because of COVID-19, we're social distancing, working and living remotely and missing that sense of connection. That's why we're launching a new Facebook campaign called WE ARE ALWAYS HOME. We want to connect with YOU during this uncertain time. Join us in creating an Always Home Community Album by sharing a photo of how you're spending your days at home. Post a photo on your own Facebook page and tag us @alwayshomemystic. Or comment on one of our future posts and include your photo th

Always Home Closes Office Due to COVID-19

Effective today, March 17, 2020, Always Home's offices will be closed until further notice. Yet we remain dedicated to Preventing Family Homelessness. Employees have been provided with the resources required to work from home. Families in need will continue to receive excellent care and support from our Social Worker, Marlynn Benker, and Case Manager, Trisha Shah. However, in lieu of meeting client families, they will be conducting their case management services over the phone. We are hopeful that these measures will ensure the health and safety of our staff, client families and other members of our community.


Always Home’s Board of Directors welcomes Attorney Eric Lindh Foster as its newest member and Annemarie Seifert, Ph.D. as Board President. Seifert replaces Bill Smith who served on the Board for the past 6 years where he oversaw the rebranding of the organization and tremendous growth in the number of client families being served. Foster, a resident of Old Lyme, is Managing Partner and Attorney at Law at Eric Lindh Foster Law, LLC in Old Saybrook, CT. He has over 28 years of legal experience including years as a banking and securities attorney on Wall Street and in Washington D.C. With expertise in business and consumer rights litigation, he currently focuses on representing Connecticut smal

17th Annual Charity Chowder Cook Off Raises Over $18,000 for Always Home

Through the generosity of the Olde Mistick Village and its merchants, top sponsor Charter Oak Federal Credit Union, participating restaurants, and many volunteers, the 17th Annual Cabin Fever Festival and Charity Chowder Cook Off raised $18,279 for Always Home. Thank you everyone for the tremendous support! You are making a difference in families' lives.

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