Inspira Donates Another $50,000 to Help End Homelessness in Cumberland County

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BRIDGETON, N.J. -

A South Jersey health network has taken another big step forward in helping to bring an end to homelessness in the area.

On Thursday, August 9th, officials with Inspira Health Network presented a $50,000 check donation to the Cumberland County Housing First Collaborative to help their efforts of helping to end homelessness in Cumberland County.

This is the second substantial donation Inspira representatives have made to the Housing First Collaborative.

Officials say the help from the community is what makes miracles happen for homeless residents in the area.

"We have incredible opportunity and incredible potential to be the miracle in our own community and to help our brothers and sisters who are in need," said Dr. Robin Weinstein, founder of the M25 Initiative. 

The Housing First Collaborative model places people in a space to call their own, while simultaneously making sure that all needed medical, behavioral health and social services are being provided.

To learn more visit m25initiative.org.

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