Housing Initiatives of Princeton

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33 Mercer St.
Princeton, NJ - 08540

  • (609) 921-2328

About Housing Initiatives of Princeton

Last-Modified: 2021-05-24 00:00:25

Assists clients with rent assistance and locating permanent housing they can afford. Provides supportive services to clients through a case manager. Services: Rental Assistance Program Security Deposit Assistance Eviction Prevention Eligibility requirements: Princeton area resident Eviction notice Financial hardship No more than 2 months delinquent Additional Information: Payment is made to landlord, must Demonstrates ability to pay monthly rent, maximum per family is $1,000. Provide transitional housing for 12-24 months to low-income working families and individuals facing homelessness. HIPCT makes available a Townhouse it owns in Princeton and a unit owned by the municipality of Princeton to provide clients a safe home near where they work and where their children attend school.
Mission Statement: Housing Initiatives of Princeton Charitable Trust (HIP) helps low-income working families and individuals in and around Princeton avoid homelessness. While providing transitional housing and temporary rental assistance, HIP equips families with tools for self-sufficiency, acting as a bridge between homelessness and hope.

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No you can't recieve help with transitional housing on unemployment
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Apr 11, 2019

I will not recommend this company if u looking for transitional housing because they don’t call and you will be waiting forever if u in the need of emergency they also do credit check. The company isn’t a place to depend on they will have u come in and do a interview after that they will make a decision if they want to help. I received a phone call and someone sold me a dream and then it turned out to be a lie which I don’t understand because they are affiliated with a church based out in Princeton. This place is very unprofessional because I didn’t receive any phone calls or nothing. I reached out to them numerous times and also I was in the need for emergency housing they denied me and gave the apartment to another family. Their website is a bunch of lies and false advertisement.

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