There is a blueprint and we can move forward so that one day none of the men and women who have served our country find themselves without a home.”
We have worked across government silos to provide treatment to address addiction and begun to provide the addict ex-offender with required housing, treatment, and a job.
Monarch Housing is actively working to engage NJ funders in working more closely together to end homelessness and is helping Funders Together to begin to work in NJ.
McKinney-Vento liaisons, teachers, guidance counselors and providers working with youth must have an understanding of the challenges these students face – and the best ways to meet students’ needs.
During times of widespread economic hardship when the job market tightens and more applicants compete for fewer opportunities, applicants experiencing homelessness are at a distinct disadvantage.