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Hudson County New Jersey short term housing.

The homeless and recently evicted in Hudson County New Jersey can receive housing assistance from shelters, government organizations, and non-profits supported transitional housing units. There are just too many homeless and families behind on their rent in the Jersey City area. Assistance is offered both for families that were just evicted and also the so called longer term homeless.

Qualified applicants and those who are enrolled will be able to access a number of other resources that are offered. For example, free meals, case management, and information on employment programs all may be provided. Some of the non-profits will also offer rapid rehousing services. This can include funds to pay security deposits or first month’s rent and otherwise help the client get situated into a new home.

As many people know the cost of rent is very high in Hudson County. So residents should truly ask for assistance before they even start to fall behind. Do not wait until you are homeless before requesting help from a non-profit or government organization.

Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation (BEOF)
Location of main office is 555 Kennedy Blvd
Bayonne, New Jersey, 07002
Dial (201) 604 - 2600 for intake.
While the non-profit can provide emergency rent assistance to prevent evictions to begin with, if a resident is currently homeless then rapid re-housing may be offered. Clients will need to attend case management, job training, and in general remain in stable housing as the assistance ends.

The Hoboken Shelter
300 Bloomfield St
Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 656-5069

Women Rising
Main address is 270 Fairmount Avenue
Jersey City, New Jersey 07306
Telephone - (201) 333-5700




Bayonne Jewish Community Center
1050 Kennedy Blvd
Bayonne, New Jersey, 07002
(201) 798 - 9960
Another agency that can help the evicted find a new home or apartment to live in within the Hudson County New Jersey region.

Hudson County American Red Cross
Address is 26 Greenville Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
(201) 433-3100

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Hudson County/Jersey City/Newark
Location: 619 Grove St
Jersey City, New Jersey, 07310
Dial (201) 656 - 5771
The resource known as the Mt Carmel Guild Housing Services offers transitional housing. In addition, clients can work with a social worker to locate permanent housing. Assistance is for the currently homeless families with children, seniors, and children. Many of the applicants are ineligible for entitlement and government benefit programs such as section 8. The program also tries to help homeless families stabilize their housing and living situation in the community. Each family who is successfully enrolled will be assigned a caseworker for intake to determine their specific needs in a host of areas, including substance-abuse counseling, employment, housing, and mental-health issues.

York Street Project, St. Joseph's Home
81 York Street
Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
Call (201) 413-9280 for information.
Shelter, meals, clothing, and short term housing for the homeless.

Inter-Religious Fellowship for the Homeless
One Highland Avenue
Jersey City, New Jersey 07306
Call (201) 627-2111 for intake.

Community Hope
(908) 647 - 5715 Ext: 325
Offers veterans across New Jersey with comprehensive transitional housing. The various programs, meals, and support is for veterans struggling with homelessness. The center can house them for up to two years. Other wrap-around services include case management services, on-site recovery, a free computer lab, access to job training programs and other federal government and state benefits to enhance their financial self-sufficiency.





YWCA of Bayonne
259 Avenue A
Bayonne, NJ 07002
(201) 339-2330

Jersey City Episcopal Community Development Center
118 Summit Ave
Jersey City, New Jersey, 07304
Call (201) 604 - 2600
Can offer rent help, funds for deposits, first months rent, and support to the homeless. Get assistance in finding safe, affordable housing.

Catholic Community Services
The charity runs several emergency shelters in the region. Food, referrals, clothing, and more is offered.
Anthony House, 246 Second Street, Jersey City, New Jersey 07302, dial the shelter at (201) 420-1070
Franciska Residence, 615 Grove Street, Jersey City, New Jersey 07302 For intake, call (201) 653-3366.
Neuville Housing, 619 Grove Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302, (201) 656-5771

PERC Shelter - Emergency Homeless Housing
108 36th St.
Union City, NJ 07087
(201) 348-8150

Salvation Army Union City Emergency Services
Union City, New Jersey 07087

North Hudson Community Action Corporation
Address is 5301 Broadway
West New York, NJ, 07093
Dial (201) 866 - 9320
Provides temporary rental housing for homeless families, TANF recipients, and the working poor that live in the county. Also enroll into in-depth social service interaction. Receive referrals that can help provide permanent living arrangements, employment, and overall job skills. Other services include free food, temporary shelter in motels, and even one time payments/grants to prevent homelessness.




Hoboken Clergy Coalition Shelter
300 Bloomfield Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 656-5069

City of Union City
Address - 3715 Palisade Ave
Union City, NJ, 07087
(201) 348 - 2764
The Rapid Re-Housing program can help the evicted and homeless get situated. Assistance is not intended for persons/households in Hudson County that have additional social service or financial needs.

Jersey City Episcopal CDC / Corpus Christi Ministries
118 Summit Avenue
Jersey City, New Jersey 07304
Telephone number is (201) 604-2600


By Jon McNamara














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