This is an important hearing and we need to make sure that they hear loud and clear that we can and must prevent and end homelessness in NJ.
The Affordable Care Act is a tool, but a tool is only as good as its user and we will need to fully leverage it to end homelessness.
Hope and Healing counselors have made contact with 104,000 people, and met with 15,000 families privately and 15,500 people at public events from Hudson to Cape May.
Homeless youth who are victims of sex trafficking need housing in order to stabilize their lives. Thus, we cannot end the sexual trafficking of minors unless we end homelessness.
On Wednesday March 20, 2013, a dozen advocates went to Washington to meet with nine of New Jersey’s twelve elected representatives to secure their Help to Strengthen Our Communities.