On May 7, the Housing and Community Development Network released NJ and Its Cities: An Agenda for Urban Transformation, our second major report on the state’s urban centers and their impact on the rest of the state, following Cities in Transition: New Jersey’s Urban Paradox, released in September 2006. The report conveys a consistent, comprehensive […]
Posts on supportive housing in NJ.
The Monarch Housing Blog has now posted all of the videos from the May 22, 2008, Grand Opening of the Lily Mae Supportive Housing Apartments. These include speeches by Wildwood Mayor Ernie Toriano, Freeholder Gerald Thornton, Lydia Taylor, Barbara Neary and Dan Bachalis. The video is set to start automatically and play all sixteen (16) […]
We were pleased to hear from our friend Sandy Accomando of Apostles’ House about the grand opening of The Stratford which will provide permanent supportive housing for special needs and homeless families. The project will have a total of nine units, three 3 bedroom units and six 2 bedroom units. According to Sandy, The Stratford […]
A new study on the cost on incarceration in New Jersey by the Drug Policy Alliance – Wasting Money, Wasting Lives: Calculating the Hidden Costs of Incarceration in New Jersey – indicates that New Jersey “spends $331 million a year to incarcerate drug offenders, and leads the nation in the proportion of nonviolent drug offenders […]
On May 22, 2008, Cape Counseling Services held the Grand Opening for the Lily Mae Supportive Housing Apartments in Wildwood, NJ. On the right Freeholder Gerald Thornton and Sabrina Hand of the Cape May County Department of Human Services present an award to Greg Speed. We are posting today, photos from the Grand Opening. We […]