During these times of tough budget decisions, it is important to realize that New Jersey’s Mental Health System Makes Recovery a Reality for Families! Please share this message with your friends, family, colleagues, and especially your State Legislators and Governor Christie. Keep our community mental health system strong. It’s working. Forward this message today! Demonstrate […]
Posts on ending homelessness for families, youth, veterans and the chronically homeless.
150 allocated to NJ 2nd Round Due in July U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan announced today that nearly 8,000 homeless veterans will get permanent housing assistance through a HUD rental assistance program that connects homeless veterans from local Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMC) with rental assistance vouchers provided by local public […]
For the past year and a half, 5 high school students have worked with Interfaith Hospitality Network of Hunterdon County, Inc. to produce a film called “Homeless in Hunterdon.” This is a documentary film depicting the stories of 12 formerly homeless residents of Hunterdon County. This is a story of struggle and hope and compassion. […]
New NAEH publication explains the changes HUD has issued a draft regulation to implement changes to the definition of homelessness contained in the Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing Act (HEARTH). The definition affects who is eligible for various HUD-funded homeless assistance programs. To read the full report click here. The new definition […]
NAEH Report Highlights Opportunity to End Youth Homelessness The National Alliance to End homelessness (NAEH) along with Monarch Housing Associates encourages homeless youth service providers to become involved in the Continuum of Care process and apply for funding for these reasons: WHY SHOULD HOMELESS YOUTH SERVICES PROVIDERS RECONSIDER HUD? More Money: There is the potential […]