Many Homeless Families Experience Network Impoverishment Which Can Exacerbate Crises Leading to Homelessness A November 19, 2019, New York Times article, “114,000 Students in N.Y.C. Are Homeless.” These Two Let Us Into Their Lives” gives readers first-hand knowledge about what is life for children and their families who try to navigate the daily routine of […]
NJ Department of Community Affairs joined representatives of major healthcare and service providers in Middlesex County to announce a Housing First program.
NJ Spotlight’s Lois Stainton wrote “Making Housing the Priority for Homeless People in NJ – Over Treatment or Sobriety,” which highlights Housing First.
“Recovery Housing and the Importance of Choice for People with Substance Use Disorders” makes the connection between addiction and homelessness.
On June 14th the M25 Initiative’s Cumberland County Housing First Collaborative (CCHFC) surpassed their goal of housing 42 chronically homeless individuals.