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CDC issues moratorium on eviction

This month, the Center for Disease Control issued a moratorium on evictions in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Mass evictions could cause individuals and families to become homeless, creating a need for congregate shelters or causing them to double up with family and friends. Both would increase the likelihood that the coronavirus would spread. Stable housing allows people with the virus to self-isolate, protects vulnerable populations and allows for social distancing. At a time when tens of millions of Americans are unemployed and unable to pay the rent, this order comes just in time.

Do you need help?

Do you need a meal?
A nutritious, complete dinner is sponsored by Family Promise seven days a week at the Housing, Health and Human Services Center, 120 South River Street in Hackensack. Meals are distributed at the loading dock every day between the hours of 4:45pm and 5:50pm. No questions asked.

Are you currently homeless?  Doubled up with family or friends?

Family Promise is a program for working families with children under 18 who are currently experiencing homelessness and have a desire to change their lives.

We provide a safe place to stay in an environment that is encouraging and supportive.  Our program offers families the opportunity to access resources and develop new skills.  With the help of caring family case managers, you will create a plan that empowers you to move toward self-sufficiency.

What we offer

  • Family case management
  • Life coaching
  • Money management classes
  • Empowerment workshops
  • Job readiness instruction
  • Connection to resources
  • Savings plan

See the families at an actual host congregation

Contact us : (201) 833-8009

What families have to say about Family Promise…

“I’m a different person since I came to Family Promise.”

“Once I spoke to Family Promise, I knew my family would be OK.”

“Family Promise helped me find my voice.”

“Stay positive and persistent.  Do not feel discouraged as your situation is not the end, but a fresh start to a better and stronger you!”