NJ’s congressional delegation should lead the effort for increased voucher funding so that everyone in New Jersey has a home that they can afford.
Booker spoke to an audience of over 1700 people including two tables of NJ constituents and spoke of our patriotic duty to end homelessness.
Mercer, Middlesex and Essex counties are using “housing first” which puts homeless into permanent housing quickly and provide support services.
The Research Agenda for Ending Homelessness will inform government agencies and funders about unanswered research questions and interventions.
With 13,900 homeless neighbors, NJ needs a ten-year to end homelessness plan including Housing First, Rapid Re-Housing, Coordinated Assessment.
Weekly papers have been covering the results of the NJ Counts 2014 point in time count of the homeless that found 13,900 without a home on Jan 28th.
The release of the results of NJ Counts 2014 on June 9, 2014 continues to attract attention from media outlets across New Jersey.
These figures are under no circumstance acceptable. The NJ Count numbers remind us that we must do more to end homelessness in Burlington County.
The release of the results of NJ Counts 2014 on June 9, 2014 attracted attention from media outlets across New Jersey.
On January 28, 2014, 13,900 homeless men, women and children were counted in NJ, an increase of 1,898 persons, or 15.8%, compared to the 2013 count.