NJ Supports Section 8 Advocacy Efforts

Forty-three groups support voucher reform

NLIHC
Thank you to the following organizations which signed on to the National Low Income Housing Coalition’s (NLIHC) letter to Senators Tim Johnson (D-SD) and Richard Shelby (R-AL) supporting Section 8 voucher reform and urging the Senate to take action to improve the housing choice voucher program, which helps two million households afford safe and decent housing.

These 43 New Jersey groups below joined over 802 other organizations from across the country. Several provisions in voucher reform legislation will be of benefit to homeless and disabled people, including assisting their move into supportive housing.

  1. AAH of Bergen County, Inc.
  2. Advance Housing, Inc.
  3. Allies, Inc.
  4. Apostles’ House
  5. Bergen County Youth Services Commission
  6. Berkeley Housing Authority
  7. Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services
  8. Buena Housing Authority
  9. Camden County Community Development
  10. Catholic Charities – Burlington
  11. Catholic Charities – Phillipsburg
  12. Clergy and People for Toms River Work Force Housing
  13. Coalition of Mental Health Consumer Organizations
  14. Consumer Provider Association in New Jersey
  15. F.C.P. Resource Foundation
  16. Family Promise of Monmouth County
  17. Fort Lee Housing Authority
  18. Glassboro Housing Authority
  19. Harrison Housing Authority
  20. Hispanic Multi Purpose Service Center
  21. Homelessness Ended through Local Partners
  22. Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey
  23. Housing Authority of Atlantic City
  24. Info Line of Middlesex County
  25. Jersey City Housing Authority
  26. Madison Housing Authority
  27. Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness
  28. Monarch Housing Associates
  29. New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies
  30. New Jersey Self Advocacy Project
  31. New Jersey Tenants Organization
  32. Pleasantville Housing Authority
  33. Princeton Community Housing
  34. Project Live, Inc.
  35. Reformed Church of Highland Park Affordable Housing Corporation
  36. Respond, Inc.
  37. Saint Joseph’s Home
  38. Supportive Housing Association of New Jersey
  39. The Cathedral Soup Kitchen, Inc.
  40. United Way of Northern New Jersey
  41. Vineland Housing Authority
  42. Volunteers of America, Delaware Valley
  43. Women Aware, Inc.