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Monmouth County Homeless Systems Collaborative (HSC)

(732) 431-6000

Monmouth County Homeless Systems Collaborative (HSC)


The Monmouth County Homeless Systems Collaborative (HSC) is a group of public, private and non-profit agencies and organizations that strive to provide assistance to people who are experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of homelessness. Services are offered in a coordinated, systematic manner which includes assessment, prioritization of need and connection with available resources.

Meeting Schedule 2019

***UPDATE*** The General Membership meeting that was originally scheduled for Oct. 1 is postponed until Wednesday, October 16. The meeting will be held at 10:00 in Conference Room 1 of the Monmouth County Ag Building, 4000 Kozloski Road, Freehold.

    Emergency Housing
    Homeless Prevention

    (Subject to availability of space and funds)

    (Subject to availability of funds)

      Age Groups
      • Children
      • Adolescents
      • Adults
      • Seniors
      Community Services
      Basic Needs / Assistance
      Health Services
      Crisis / Safety
      Payment Options
      • Free
      Areas Served
      • Monmouth County

      Last Updated: 08/07/19

      • Membership Form (revised)

      • Veteran's Claims Clinic July 27th, 2019 Flyer

        Coming Home Project presented by the Office of Senator Gopal,  Assemblyman Houghtaling, & Assemblywoman Downey  and the Monmouth University School of Social Work

      • Portland Point Atlantic Highlands (seniors)

        Applications are being accepted for the waiting list for Portland Point, a subsidized housing project in Atlantic Highlands for seniors, ages 62 and over. Annual maximum income for 1 person is $35,850 and $40,950 for two people.

      • New Trends in Housing Assistance

        Find out more about what housing providers and localities are doing to meet this growing demand and the changing needs of recipients (hint: they’re using some pretty creative strategies) at our webinar, New Trends in Housing Assistance and Local Strategies to Increase the Supply, on Wednesday, June 12, from 1-2 p.m. EST. 

      • Agency Information Template