Cumberland County Non-Profits Look for Landlords to Help Fight Homelessness

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.J. -

Several non-profit organizations in Cumberland County are looking for landlords in the area to help them achieve their goal of ending homelessness by 2020.

The M25 Initiative, the Cumberland County Housing First Collaborative, and P.R.A.C. of Southern New Jersey have announced they are currently looking for landlords of rental properties in Cumberland County who are willing and interested in housing one or more of the chronically homeless population and place them in permanent supportive housing.

Related: Read More About the Housing First Initiative in Cumberland County 

Officials say landlords who participate would be playing an integral role not only in helping homeless individuals take charge of their lives, but also in making their community a better place for everyone.

Landlords that are interested in learning more about this program can call P.R.A.C. of Southern New Jersey at 856-982-6004.

For more information on the Housing First Collaborative visit endhomelessness2020.com.

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