Those 1,000 or so super users showed up at Camden hospitals more than 39,000 times over the five year period.
Posts on ending homelessness for families, youth, veterans and the chronically homeless.
New in the 2008 Continuum of Care application cycle are funds set aside for Rapid Re-Housing Demonstration projects. As indicated in the Continuum of Care NOFA released on July 11, 2008, Congress has appropriated $25 million dollars for Rapid Re-housing programs that will be funded in each of the 10 HUD regions. HUD will award […]
More than 550 receive help! The Mercer County Alliance to End Homelessness hosted a summer time Project Homeless Connect on Thursday, July 10, 2008. This outdoor event enabled Mercer County citizens to receive vital information on housing support services. It also provided those in attendance with shoes, clothing, books, toys, haircuts, medical assistance, and legal […]
27,420 men, women and children are homeless in NJ! The Corporation for Supportive Housing has released the “New Jersey Point in Time Count of the Homeless Data Report.” This is an analysis of the January 29, 2008, Point in Time count. The full report is available by clicking here. To read our prior report on […]
E-snaps had this notice on their web site and listserv. Please note that they will be issuing a second Federal Register Notice and that the date for submission will be determined at that time. If you are not on their listserve click here to join. Although the NOFA has been released, the new e-snaps electronic […]