Trenton Area Soup Kitchen - TASK's primary facility is located at 72 1/2 Escher Street. Lunch is served Mon-Thurs 10:30am-12:50pm and dinner is served Mon-Thurs 3:30pm-4:50pm
Homefront Food Pantry - Homefront's food pantry allows families in need to get a bag with a weeks worth of groceries once per month
Catholic Charities Community Food Pantry - Mercer County Food Pantry is located at 132 N Warren Street and has pre-packed food bags that provide 3 meals per day for 3 days of each household member
Crisis Ministry Food Pantry - The Crisis Ministry Food Pantry is located at 123 East Hanover St and is open Mon-Fri 9:30am-12pm and provides; fresh produce, eggs, frozen proteins (such as chicken), baked goods and prepared foods such as yogurts
Weekend meal services - A list of organizations that provide meals on Saturdays and Sundays in Trenton
NJ State Homeownership Assistance - Statewide programs to assist in purchasing a home
Restoring Trenton - Database of vacant properties in Trenton
Live Where You Work Trenton - Live Where You Work Trenton is a special home mortgage incentive program that provides low-interest mortgage loans to homebuyers who work in Trenton and who are looking to purchase a home in Trenton.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Home Buying Guide provides help on knowing your rights as a home buyer, shopping for a home, shopping for a loan, making an offer, getting a home inspection, obtaining homeowners insurance, and determining how much you can afford.
Crisis Ministry Homelessness Prevention - The Crisis Ministry Homelessness Prevention program provides emergency financial aid to help with the following problems; eviction prevention, security deposit assistance, rapid re-housing, foreclosure prevention, utilities assistance, and longer-term support for select households with complex barriers to stability.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Rental Assistance provides help locating information on a variety of rental housing options, including public housing, section-8 housing and privately owned subsidized housing.
Anchor Line Apartments - Works with homeless youth aged 18-21 to help provide subsidized housing, food, case management and life skills.
Woman Space Residential Housing Services - Offers transitional programs that address emotional needs, financial stability, resolution of legal concerns and child care options. Both short term and long term (1-2 year) housing is available.
Safe House - Provides women and their children with short-term emergency housing and support
Homefront - Homefront offers emergency shelters, transitional housing for homeless families working towards self-sufficiency, special housing for homeless women who are pregnant, beds for disabled men recently released from the hospital, and subsidized housing for families were the head of household is not a biological parent.
Amani House - Amani House offers transitional housing for single homeless men
Anchor House Shelter - Anchor House Shelter provides temporary housing, crisis intervention and counseling for runaway, homeless and at-risk youth aged 12-17
Anchor Link - Anchor Link is the Anchor House outreach program for youth aged 14-21. It is designed to reach out to youth on the streets to reduce incidences of runaway homelessness and to build relationships with youth to engage them in services that will help them become productive members of society. Anchor Link provides crisis intervention, counseling, assistance with job searching, linkages for shelter services ora ssistance locating safe living arrangements.
Anchorage Transitional Living Program - Provides residential and life skill services to homeless youth ages 18-21 to ensure their successful transition to independence. The program assesses the individual client’s needs and life skills upon intake and gradually advances these skills, through a level system, in order to accomplish the goal of independence.
Rescue Mission of Trenton - The Rescue Mission’s Emergency Services are designed to serve Mercer County Residents. While a homeless client is in the shelter, staff members work to link the person to community programs that will address the pressing needs and issues contributing to their homelessness.