A Place To Call Home

Homelessness in America is no longer an individual concern but is like a pandemic that secured a steady place in our society. Likewise our civilian counterparts, more and more veterans are becoming homeless each year. The link below with provide you with statistical insight regarding veteran homelessness in America. Help us end homelessness by sharing information about resources that can help us take our team member and their families off the street and into a place they can call home.

This link will provide you with information that will brief you with insight about the HUDVASH. Please note that even though the video mentioned San Diego, the HUDVASH is a federal housing program that available in all states for qualified homeless veterans and their families.

This link takes you to a video with a veteran speaking about the HUDVASH Program. The person in the video claimed to be one of the recipient

Searching for a job these days is like search of needle in a haystack. Never the less, I believe that with the right skill, right knowledge, and right attitude, our chances of securing a job that is fitting will be higher. Indeed, several obstacles can occur during the process of one’s job search. One of these obstacles is not knowing where to initiate that search. With this in mind, I have posted a few links that provide visitors with information to several employment search engines. Hope you finds the information beneficial to your individual needs. Good luck, and best wishes with your search.

Job Search Information

This link claimed to be the official government search engine for those who are seeking government jobs.

USAJOBS.GOV

The below link will lead visitors to a website that allows you to search for by almost every country.
careerjobsearchengines.com

Link for New Jersey Transit Upcoming Job Fair:
www.njtransit.com

This link has a list of what claimed to be the 15 most popular websites for job search: Hope you find your dream job here.
www.ebizmba.com

Jobs information for Military from Hireahero.org:
careers.hireahero.org

List of jobs fairs:
careers.osu.edu

Counseling Referrals

  • Family Service Access Center – (800) 960-3377
  • Hampton Hospital (609) 267-7000
  • Drenk (609) 267 1377
  • Catholic Charities – (609) 386-7331
  • Contact 211
  • AOP (Family Services)
  • Military One Source
  • Toll-Free: (800) 342-9647
  • En espanol llame al: (877)8880727
  • TTY/TDD: (866) 607-6794
  • Rancocas Hospital (609) 835-2900
  • SCIP (609) 835-6180
  • SODAT (Services to Overcome Drug amongst Teenagers) (609) 265-7884
  • Burlington County Drug Abuse Program Post House (609) 726-7155
  • Kennedy Hospital Adult Substance Abuse Program (800) 528-3425
  • MICA Program (Family Service) (609) 702-0625
  • Seabrook House (800) 582-5968
  • Princeton House (856) 7798455
  • Delaware House (609) 267-9339
  • Virtua Hospital (609) 267-0700
  • Housing Referrals
  • Family Service Access Center (800) 963-3377
  • Burlington County Board of Social Services (609) 261-1000
  • BCCAP (Burlington County Community Action Program (609) 386-5800
  • Catholic Charities Emergency Services (856) 764-6940
  • MEND (856) 722-7070
  • Affordable Homes Group (609) 261-4571
  • HUD (856) 757-5081
  • Interfaith Shelter (Families) (609) 638-0110
  • Christian Caring Center (609) 893-0700
  • DYFS (877) 652-2873
  • ICMS (609) 265-0245
  • Mental Health Services for Children
  • Families Services Access Center – (800) 963-3377