St. Peter's Haven Family Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing
Clifton, NJ
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380 Clifton Avenue
Clifton, NJ - 07011

(973) 546-3406 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one info@saintpetershaven.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About St. Peter's Haven Family Transitional Housing

At St. Peter's Haven Family shelter, they provide short term housing for homeless and at-risk families. Most stays are approximately 90 days and serve to keep families off the street as they get back on their feet and seek a more permanent residency. Their transitional shelter consists of two homes – a one family, four bedroom home, as well as a two family house that includes both a three bedroom and a two bedroom unit. At capacity, their three apartment units can shelter up to 18 people at any given time. The goal of their shelter program is to support and maintain the family as a unit, provide case management, and to assist their families in obtaining safe, affordable housing. Their utmost priority is to keep each family intact, so that they can maintain the normal rhythm of life. Their families work with a social worker, in cooperation with other services, to obtain more stable housing . During their stay, they also work with tenants to identify the root causes that have led to their current situations and ensure the entire family is obtaining the support they need, both on the individual level and as a whole. They accept families of any configuration, including inter-generational and extended families, and are particularly concerned for their veterans with families who are experiencing any degree of homelessness. They work closely with veteran’s organizations to identify benefits available to them, including housing and health aid. 

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: At St. Peter's Haven, our mission is to provide food and shelter to families and individuals in need, to prevent homelessness, as well as its recurrence, and to offer stability to the family during times of crisis. Feeding the hungry and sheltering the homeless gives strength and hope to those most in need of nurturing and compassion, at a time when life is at its bleakest.

Hours of operation: Tuesday through Friday: 9am - 5pm

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