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Empowering families on their journey home

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HOME of Somerset County empowers at-risk families to achieve and maintain independence through strength-based case management services. Partnering with a network of religious congregations, government, business and community organizations, HOME:

  • Provides emergency shelter among houses of worship in Somerset County

  • Operates transitional homes for families that contribute toward their living expenses

  • Provides comprehensive case management and counseling services

  • Creates a home-like environment for clients, staff and volunteers

  • Embraces the cultural diversity and strengths of all individuals

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Join us in our capital campaign as we raise funds to purchase and renovate a facility, allowing us to broaden our reach within the community and guide at-risk families.

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READ our 2023 Annual Report 

You helped make an amazing impact in 2023!

54 Families served  •  1,348 Nights of shelter  •  10,300+ Meals provided  •  2,500+ Volunteer hours 

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  • Referrals for our emergency shelter program must be obtained from the Somerset County Board of Social Services

  • HOME also partners with the Division of Child Protection & Permanency to accept families on a case-by-case basis

  • NJ Homeless Hotline 211

  • Contact us for assistance with community agency referral information


Volunteering provides empowerment and is a gateway to connecting with your community. Volunteers play many supportive roles throughout our programming. No gesture is too big or too small to truly make an impact in someone’s life. We value the many volunteers whose contribution to HOME is reflected in the victories of our families as they work towards independence. 

Financial support has been provided in part by Somerset Board of County Commissioners

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