Project Homeless Connect New Jersey

MorrislogoPHCProject Homeless Connect is a one day, one stop event in which the community comes together to serve those most in need. To volunteer for any of the PHC events click here.

Project Homeless Connect is designed to improve access to services, increase knowledge and understanding of homeless issues and foster collaboration between non-profit, government, private and individual volunteers in the effort to end homelessness. Individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness are able to receive a variety of services such as information on housing, benefits, legal services, substance abuse, mental health, medical services, food, clothing and employment services. For more information click here. Monarch Housing Associates has coordinated Project Homeless Connect in New Jersey since its inception.

Project Homeless Connect New Jersey – 2010 Locations

To learn more about Project Homeless Connect in a county near you click the links below:

Atlantic County

Bergen County

Burlington County

Camden County

Cape May County

Cumberland County

Essex County

Gloucester County

Hudson County

Hunterdon County

Mercer County

Middlesex County

Monmouth County

Morris County

Ocean County

Passaic County

Salem County

Somerset County

Sussex County

Union County

Warren County

To review the accomplishments of the 2007 Project Homeless Connect New Jersey events click here. For the 2008 accomplishments click here.

To view all of the articles click here.

These are all of the photo albums. Below the links are four random photos from each album:

Bergen County 2009 Project Homeless Connect

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Camden’s 2007 Project Homeless Connect

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Camden’s 2008 Project Homeless Connect

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Cape May 2007 Project Homeless Connect

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