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Giving Network

278
1-908-927-9001
45 North Gaston Avenue
Suite 1A
Somerville, NJ 08876
http://givingnet.org
Donations of household items, small appliances, linens and baby items are accepted from individuals, businesses, religious and other organizations. Volunteers collect these donation items and take them to the sorting center in Somerville. Recipients who are assisted are usually referred to the Giving Network by Social Services, homeless shelters, and other organizations that assist those in need. Wish Lists are submitted and packages are prepared with items that are delivered directly to recipient homes. Furniture operations are limited to basic items of the home that will fit into the small vans. And, without warehouse space available, it is usually necessary to transport large items directly from the donor to the recipient`s home. Food donations of excess produce and bakery are picked up twice weekly from Wegmans Supermarket. Boxes are delivered directly to five homeless shelters, a senior center and two food banks. Canned and dried food donations are collected and delivered to the Food Bank Network and the Food Pantry weekly.

Homesharing Inc.

170
1-908-526-4663
120 Finderne Avenue
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
http://www.homesharing.org
Services include screening and connection of persons seeking affordable housing with persons seeking to share their homes in exchange for payment or services. HomeSharing does not provide financial assistance for housing.

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Somerset County

281
1-908-704-1920
98 West End Avenue
Somerville, NJ 08876
http://www.ihnsc.org/
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Must be referred through Board of Social Services (908-526-8800), emergency shelter program can accommodate four families at a time, and there is no time limit on shelter services.

Services include emergency shelter and transitional housing program for parents with their children. Comprehensive case management and mental health counseling services are included for program participants.

Lifeties Inc.-Mary`s Place

128
1-609-771-1600
2205 Pennington Road
Trenton, NJ 08638
http://www.lifetiesinc.org
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Referral must be made through the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS/ the Division of Youth and Family Services).

Mary`s Place is a supportive permanent housing program for homeless youth and youth aging out of the Child Welfare System, which accommodates a capacity of 16 residents both male and female in Mercer County.

Midland Adult Services, Inc.

288
1-908-722-7727
94 Readington Road
North Branch, NJ 08876
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: Must be registered with DDD (Division of Developmental Disabilities) and DVR (Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services).

Individuals are employed by MAS at the Patricia Murphy Work Center, receive on the job training and job coaching services, as well as job placement and follow along service. Residential Services include community housing and support, recreation, employment, activities of daily living, and transportation.

My Place Transitional Living Program

180
1-908-947-0040
5 Third Avenue
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
http://www.somersethome.org
My Place is a transitional living program for five males, ages 18 to 21, providing the skills needed to live independently. While in residence, they are required to attend school, work part-time, manage their finances and participate in the Pathways independent living program to learn the skills necessary to make the transition to adulthood. After a stay of 18 months, graduates continue to receive services to enable them to lead productive lives.

New Jersey Community Development Corporation

60
1-973-413-1616
32 Spruce Street
Paterson, NJ 07501
http://www.njcdc.org
Develop and operate supportive housing for individuals with special needs, including the developmentally disabled, the mentally ill, and youth aging-out of foster care, operate educational programs designed to empower students - including high school and GED candidates - to reach their fullest potential, different workforce development initiatives to help local residents overcome barriers to success and build fulfilling careers.

New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities

136
1-800-832-9173
5 Commerce Way
Suite 100
Hamilton, NJ 08691
http://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/ddd
The availability of services depends upon current resources and the types of available services vary in each county. A division case manager is assigned to each individual to assist in coordinating services and supports. In addition to case management, DDD provides guardianship services to protect an individual`s rights and to ensure that care and treatment are appropriate. DDD also assists parents in becoming legal guardians of their adult children. Other services include: family support, residential services, day programs and supported employment services. Most of these services are provided through contract with private organizations or individual contractors.

Ocean`s Harbor House

142
(732) 929-0660
2445 Windsor Avenue
Toms River, NJ 08754
http://www.oceansharborhouse.org
Services include emergency youth shelter for ages 10-19 and transitional living program for homeless individuals ages 16-21.

Office of Community Development

390
(908) 541-5756
27 Warren Street
Fourth Floor
Somerville, NJ 08876
www.co.somerset.nj.us/hservices/comdevelopment
This agency oversees administration of HUD grant funding to local agencies to prevent homelessness, monitoring of contracted agencies, collection of demographic and statistical data about the local homeless population, and supplemental rent assistance to working households for up to 15 months. Persons that receive rental assistance must be employed at least 30 hours per week, continue to pay 30% of their income towards their rent, and fall within income eligibility guidelines.

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