We need to visit, call, fax and email our members of Congress to let them know that the budget cuts approved by the House are unacceptable.
Join us on July 31, 2014, in Washington for Hill Day and let Congress know the importance of adequate funding to end homelessness.
HUD has released the 2013 Continuum of Care Competition awards for Tier 2 and New Projects and New Jersey received a total of $2,678,038 in funding.
Senate T- HUD Subcommittee released its FY 2015 legislation which includes only a $45M increase for HUD’s McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Grants.
Trenton Times, June 4th, OpEd, “Funding Cuts Would Halt Progress in Helping NJ Homeless,” highlights the success of two formerly homeless individuals,