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HUD New Jersey
Provides information regarding homebuying and foreclosure avoidance in New Jersey
New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency
Provides affordable housing and financing assistance
The Road Home New Jersey
Provides homebuying education and assistance
New Jersey Community Grants, Planning and Housing
Provides statewide affordable housing for sale and rent
New Jersey Homekeeper
Provide foreclosure avoidance counseling and assistance
ISLE’s Center for Energy and Environmental Training
Isles’ CEET offers industry-driven training that includes classroom, laboratory and field experiences. CEET features duct, heating, air sealing, and insulation labs as well as life-sized mock ups and a model house of pressure. As a Building Performance Institute (BPI) Testing Center, CEET offers a number of training and testing opportunities in the home performance field.
NJ SNAP, formerly Food Stamps, is New Jersey's supplemental nutritional assistance program that can help low-income families buy the groceries they need to eat healthy.
WorkFirst NJ (WFNJ)
WFNJ clients may receive Emergency Assistance (EA) in certain situations. These benefits include, but are not limited to: essential food, clothing, shelter and household furnishings; temporary rental assistance or back rent or mortgage payments; utility payments (such as heat, water, electric); transportation to search for housing; and moving expenses.
Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation
B.E.O.F’s philosophy is Community Action through the marshaling of citizens’ participation and public and private funding. Although the agency’s mission is to assist low income citizens, we pride ourselves on trying never to turn anyone away who feel they are in need without a referral to where they can be assisted.
Greater Bergen Community Action
in 1967, Greater Bergen is part of a nationwide network of poverty-fighting enterprises which were established as part of the nation’s effort to address the intractable and persistent problem of poverty in America. Through an outstanding Board of Directors with members from the private and public sectors, along with community leaders, Greater Bergen seeks to mobilize public and private resources to change the conditions in which low-income residents live and work, while also changing the institutions which impact their lives.