Monmouth/Ocean Housing for Sandy Impacted

Sandy Recovery Meeting with Housing Counselors, Developers and Landlords

Join the Housing and Community Development Network for two free housing resource fairs in October. Both fairs are being held for New Jersey residents impacted by Superstorm Sandy.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with housing counselors, developers, landlords and other support services. Light refreshments will be served.

Since 1989, the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey has worked to improve the environment for the work of community development corporations (CDCs), and to strengthen their capacity to create housing and revitalize distressed neighborhoods throughout New Jersey.

The Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey (the Network) is a statewide association of over 250 non-profit housing and community development corporations, individuals, professional organizations, and prominent New Jersey corporations that support the creation of housing choices and economic opportunities for low- and moderate-income community residents.

The Network and its members share a commitment to promoting economic justice and the empowerment of low-income individuals and communities, and encouraging wider participation in the framing and implementation of public policies.

It supports its community development corporation (CDC) members by providing targeted technical assistance and educational programs, pursuing additional resources and improved public policies, and conducting research on ways to enhance the impact and effectiveness of the community development sector.

Questions about the resource fairs? Please call (609) 393-3752 or email with any questions.

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