Tranquility House is a supervised transitional living program (STLP) that provides safe and supportive housing to young ladies age 16-20 with the goal of building the foundation for independent living. The program offers a community-based alternative for older female youth needing preparation for independent living.
Cape May County, NJ Department of Children & Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency
NJ State Department of Children and Families, Division on Prevention and Community Partnerships; NJ State Department of Criminal Justice, Office of Victim Witness Advocacy; NJ Department of Community Affairs, Gloucester County United Way
The YES Healing Homes programs offer both long-term residential treatment and short-term shelter for youth ages 13-17.
YES Residential Treatment Facility
The YES Residential Facility offers community based long-term residential treatment for male youth ages 13-17. High qualified therapists and counselors work closely with youth and families to provide diagnostic assesment, therapy, educational services, social skills training, and job readiness training.
New Jersey Department of Children and Families, Division of Children's System of Care
OASIS Youth Services Program of Cape May County provides 24-hour emergency shelter to children age 10-18 offering a safe haven for those experiencing a personal or family crisis, as well as runaway, homeless, or abused children. OASIS seeks to provide a caring and healing home while children receive support and work on their future with the goal of family reunification. When this is not possible, we work to connect children with alternative, stable living arrangements.
The following support services are provided at OASIS:
Cape May County, NJ Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency
Together is one of the only short-term, walk-in shelters in southern New Jersey, providing 24-hour emergency shelter for runaway, homeless, and or neglected youth age 9-18. Together is a caring and healing home for children where they receive support and work on their future with the goal of family reunification.
New Jersey Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency, US Department of Health and Human Services, Gloucester County Dept. of Human Services, Youth Services Commission, Gloucester County Department of Health and Senior Services, Community Donations.
Camden Group Home provides the tools and resources necessary for male teens to build a strong foundation for a positive future. As one of the only group homes serving male youth ages 13-18 in the southern New Jersey region, Camden Group Home provides a safe home environment for young men to build self-sufficient futures.
Camden Group Home is a structured residential program for male youth for six months to one year while offering counseling, education, and job readiness training.
New Jersey Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Behavioral Health Services, Medicaid
Mother/Child provides temporary housing in Woodbury, New Jersey for women age 18 -35 who are currently homeless and either pregnant or parenting one to three children age eight and under. Services include:
Camden County Board of Social Services, Gloucester County Board of Social Services, New Jersey Department of Human Services, US Department of Housing and Urban Development, Private Donations, Beneficial Foundation, and the United Way of Glocuester County.
HomeBase is a structured living program providing transitional living assistance for young men age 16-20. The average length of stay is 6-18 months in a structured group home setting and/or up to one year in a supported apartment where they receive:
NJ Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency, New Jersey Homeless Youth Act, US Department of Housing and Urban Development, US Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Youth Services Bureau.
GrandSlam is a structured transitional living program and supported apartments providing transitional living assistance for homeless female youth ages 16-20. The primary goal of the program is the development of an independent living plan. Young ladies stay 6-18 months in a structured group home setting and/or up to one year in a supported apartment where they receive counseling, life and social skills training, and employment and education assistance.
GrandSlam residents will have the opportunity to:
NJ Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Protection and Permanency, New Jersey Homeless Youth Act