To stabilize families and individuals in crisis, especially the working poor, homeless and those in financial need and provide them with financial support and life skills training to live on their own.
A greater Essex County community where the well-being of children, families, and individuals is values, nurtured and supported to maintain a quality of life through self-sufficiency.
We provide support to individuals and families through programming in six areas: emergency services, workforce development, housing, prisoner re-entry, health, and family development. With intensive and holistic case management and our referral network, we help resilient individuals and families who face multiple barriers achieve self- sufficiency through earning a livable wage and securing a stable place to live.
January 16th, 2018
NESF Partner with Department of Labor – Mature Workers Program volunteersRead More