New Jersey

AtlantiCare Health System: Mission Health Care

Atlantic City

Member of the Council badgeAtlantiCare Health Services Health Care for the Homeless project provides primary health care and substance abuse, mental health, and outreach services within a case management framework for persons who are homeless in Atlantic County.… More →

City of Newark, Department of Child & Family Well-Being

Newark

Member of the Council badgeNewark Homeless Health Care was originally funded in 1985 by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The project is administered by the City of Newark, Department of Health and Human Services, under the Division of Medical Care Services. This linkage to the city’s health department provides an array of additional services for individuals experiencing homelessness in Newark.… More →

Henry J. Austin Health Center at Ewing Street

Trenton

Henry J. Austin Health Center operates at four locations in the greater Trenton area. Its Health Care for the Homeless program is located in a new, state-of-the-art facility across the street from a shelter for homeless individuals and a new transitional housing program for families.

Jewish Renaissance Foundation

Perth Amboy

Member of the Council badgeOn August 11, 2015, the Jewish Renaissance Foundation was awarded to open a Federally Qualified Health Center and provide comprehensive, high quality primary and preventative health care services to the uninsured and medically underserved residents of the Township of Edison.… More →

Metropolitan Family Health Network, Inc

Jersey City

The Homeless Program uses a multidisciplinary, integrated model, and client-centered, team approach. Six culturally-competent and culturally diverse staff members serve the homeless population in Hudson County and beyond.

Project H.O.P.E.

Camden

Member of the Council badgeProject H.O.P.E. uses a multifaceted approach, including mobile health outreach, street outreach, and primary care clinics, to provide healthcare to individuals who are homeless. These components are intended to fill the gaps in the continuum of services which have been identified through a network of homeless service providers in the city and through Project H.O.P.E.’s 23 years of experience.… More →

Zufall Health Center

Dover

Zufall Health Center's staff of board-certified physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, and social workers provides medical, dental, behavioral health and enabling services to underserved families and individuals in Northwestern New Jersey. Services are provided at our sites in Dover, Morristown, and on our mobile medical van in rural areas of Hunterdon, Warren, and Sussex Counties