EnVision Center Quicklinks
Norwalk Housing Authority's EnVision Center is a resource center located in the heart of South Norwalk at 30 Day Street, Norwalk CT.
The EnVision Center is a natural complement to the existing HUD Self-Sufficiency and Choice Neighborhoods programs already offered by the Norwalk Housing Authority. The goal of the EnVision Center is to empower households toward self-sufficiency by providing services to promote economic self-reliance, educational advancement, health and wellness, character, leadership, and more.
The staff at the Envision Center partner with many community service providers to provide a wide range of services and supports to residents, and provide self-sufficiency programs to assist families in utilizing local community resources to achieve economic independence, connecting residents to services and opportunities for upward mobility.
Hours of Operation
The EnVision Center is currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Norwalk Housing Self-Sufficiency and Choice Neighborhoods staff continue to serve residents remotely. The EnVision Center staff hours are Monday through Friday, 9AM - 5PM, or by (remote) appointment. Hours may be flexed for special events, to accommodate the needs of community partners, and to foster resident participation and support.
For questions, please call the EnVision Center at 203.810.5681.
EnVision Center Staff:
- Tom Ivers, CNI Director, x. 135
- Lisa Roger, CNI Partnership Manager, x. 188
- Nadine Delcin , Administrative Assistant, x. 681
- Ruth Jackson, FSS Coordinator/Section 8, x. 187
- Conzuelo Salas, FSS Coordinator/Public Housing, x. 186
- Herby Paul, ROSS Workforce Coordinator, x. 679
- Sheron Rose, Relocation Coordinator, x. 678
Services, Upcoming Programs and Workshops
Staff at the Envision Center look forward to offering in-person workshops, programs, and information sessions at the EnVision Center post-pandemic through the Norwalk Housing Authority's community partners. Until then, staff at the EnVision Center will continue to connect and refer residents to the programs of local partners.
When in-person programs can resume, financial education partners including Building Neighborhoods Together and Connecticut Association for Human Services will be invited to conduct sessions on credit repair, budgeting, savings, home ownership, identity theft protection/prevention, and financial resiliency. The WorkPlace's Health Career Academy and Norwalk Community College's CT Pathways programs can provide information sessions to help residents obtain education/certification in fields that will lead to employment. Local health providers will also be invited to present programs.
Staff also share information on upcoming workshops, programs, resources, and services offered by the Norwalk and South Norwalk Libraries. Both libraries offer use of computers by appointment. In addition, the libraries regularly host workshops on employment, business, career development, technology, art, health and wellness, and more, in addition to activities for children and teens
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