We are happy to share an update on a program we are helping to fund – Joseph’s House in Camden, NJ. Construction is now finished and Joseph’s House is not only able to give homeless men and women a hot meal & a place to spend the night, but their staff also connects them with services that they need to help them off the streets permanently. Since opening on January 21, 2014, they have had an average of 78 occupants each night. On some of the coldest nights during the snow storms we have had the past few weeks, they have taken in up to 85 individuals.
County staff and volunteers offer goods, services to those in need
FREEHOLD, N.J. – Monmouth County’s annual Project Homeless Connect, a one-stop event to provide various health and human services for homeless residents or those who are on in danger of becoming homeless, was held last week in Asbury Park, Freehold and Red Bank