Safe & Supportive Housing

Safe & Supportive Housing

Center For Family Services continues to operate, providing critical services for children, individuals and families in need during this health crisis. The health of those in our care, our staff and their families, and the community at large is important to us. We are taking every precaution in accordance with recommendations from public health officials.  Our safe housing programs are fully operational at this time. 

Center For Family Services provides safe and supportive housing for children and teens in need of a safe place to live; moms and their babies in need of safe housing; and women and their children escaping domestic violence.

Our housing services date back to 1976 when we developed one of the first homeless youth shelters in the United States. Today, our housing continuum includes 20 homes across New Jersey's southern region designed to address the needs of homeless youth, women and children. Services include emergency shelters, group homes, residential care, shelter homes, transitional living programs, and supportive housing.

In the last year, Center For Family Services was home to more than 400 people, including children, teens, mothers and their babies, and survivors of domestic violence. Our housing programs provide the tools and resources that build a strong foundation for a positive future. 

To view our safe & supportive housing nutrition and wellness policy, click here.

Contact the Access Center for more information:  

Phone: 1.877.9.ACCESS (1.877.9.ACCESS) or email:

Emergency Shelters

Adult Residential

Permanent Supportive Housing

Shelter Care

Structured Transitional Living Programs

Group Home

Residential Level of Care

Emergency Diagnostic Treatment

Domestic Violence Safe Houses


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