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Emergency Shelter Program

The shelter support program provides short-term (30 day) overnight shelter, food, and intensive case management services to homeless families and individuals living in Sussex County.  Local church communities provide overnight services. Shelter guests are transported to the agency Day Center Mondays through Fridays to access case management services, career and educational counseling as well as laundry and showers facilities.

  • Providing Shelter
  • Providing Meals
  • Individualized Supportive Services

Men’s Day Program

Intensive case management services, career and educational counseling, plus laundry and showers facilities for homeless men. Program hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 to 2, appointments are required.

  • Support and Advocacy Services
  • Screening and Referral Services
  • Housing and Employment Counseling
  • Life Skill Training
  • Goal Setting
  • Educational Supports
  • Guidance through the Transition to Housing Stability
  • Street Homeless Clients have access to Showers and Laundry Facility

Rapid Re-Housing Program

Eligible participant families can receive financial assistance to support their household needs. The program utilizes a step-down system of financial support which helps to transition program participants to self-sufficiency, housing and financial stability. Clients may also be eligible for financial assistance with security deposits, utility deposits, utility payments and moving costs. All program participants are required to engage in case management services and life-skill seminars. Topics include: money management, financial repair and budgeting. All program participants are required to engage in a mandatory savings program.

  • Security Deposits
  • Rental Assistance
  • Utility Payment
  • Education & Employment Support
  • Life Skill Seminars: Budgeting, Financial Repair and Money Management
  • Savings Program

Homelessness Prevention Program

Eligible program participants must have an Order of Eviction and lock-out date. Program provides short-term (up to 6 months) of financial assistance to stabilize families facing a short-term financial crisis. All program participants are required to engage in case management services and life-skill seminars. Topics include: money management, financial repair and budgeting. All program participants are required to engage in a mandatory savings program.

  • Short-term Rental Assistance
  • Utility Payment
  • Education & Employment Support
  • Life Skill Seminars: Budgeting, Financial Repair and Money Management
  • Savings Program

Life Skill Seminars

Weekly sessions focused at creating financial stability and self-sufficiency. Topics include budgeting, money management, financial repair, nutrition, self-care, meal planning and more.

Daytime and evening groups are available. Please call the agency for more information.


 Youth Group Seminars

3 Different groups to meet specific developmental stages.

  • Teens Group (Middle School and High School Age Students)
  • School-Aged Youth Group (Elementary School Age Students)
  • Wee-Little-Ones Group (Preschoolers)

Educational and fun!   Food, socialization, and personal enrichment.

Please call the agency for more information.