Homes for the Brave: Our Home

Each resident at HFTB is assigned to a semi-private room and has access to a full kitchen, a shared bathroom, a free laundry room, a TV room and other living spaces, and a well-equipped computer lab.
HFTB Picture Collage
Homes for the Brave faces Park Street in Bridgeport, CT. This historic building was previously used as a convent and hospital administration building.
HFTB Rear Entrance
HFTB Picnic Tables
The main entrance to our building and the picnic area where residents can barbecue in the summer.
HFTB Christel Room
The Christel Room, named for Homes for the Brave benefactor and retired CT State Representative Christel Truglia, provides a gathering place for meetings, a place to eat and socialize, and a place to watch TV.
HFTB Computer Lab
Homes for the Brave’s computer learning lab was built with help from the AT&T Pioneers. Residents can use the computers to search for employment and learn new skills. All residents take an eight week class to introduce them to computing technology.