On October 10th 2014, advocates met with 7th Congressional District Representative Leonard Lance (R.) at the offices of the YWCA Union County.
A supportive housing resident Anthony shared his success story about the impact housing has had on his life after almost a decade of being homeless.
Andrews spoke of the need of a full continuum of care that includes emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent homelessness to end homelessness. He emphasized that these programs are cost effective and work!
The Meadows at Pyne Poynt is an Ingerman site. They work closely with Respond Inc., to house the formerly homeless in the building’s supportive housing units and to provide supportive services to the residents.
We encourage homeless service providers to take this opportunity to invite your Senators and Representatives to visit your program and see first-hand how it works to prevent and end homelessness.