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Congregation of Yahweh Temple Shalom

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Templo Shalom Food Pantry está trabajando para ayudar a terminar con el hambre en la comunidad del rea de Paterson. La despensa de alimentos secas y enlatadas se hace cada Segundo y Ultimo Miércoles de cada Mes en el horario de 5 a 9 pm , hasta agotar existencias. En la mayora de los Domingos por la mañana entre las 10 am -12 pm . se producen disponibles. Por favor llame al (973) 742-8647 antes de hacer el viaje.

 

Temple Shalom Food Pantry is working to help end hunger in the community area of Paterson. The pantry of dry and canned food is becoming Second and Last Wednesday of each month between the hours of 5-9 pm, while supplies last. In most Sunday mornings from 10 am -12 pm. produced available. Please call (973) 742-8647 before making the trip.

Alternate Phone:  973.931.7324

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Community Outreach Service Inc.

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Community Outreach Services, Inc.'s (COS's) core mission is the eradication of homelessness, hunger and poverty within the surrounding community. The COS Food Pantry is a powerful tool in the fight against hunger. The COS Food Pantry provides nutritious foods and household goods to over 1,200 families each month.

Phone:  973.341.9985

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SPCDC Food Pantry & SPCDC Men's Shelter

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The purpose of the SPCDC Food Pantry is to provide supplemental food assistance to individuals and families who are unable to financially meet their daily nutritional requirements. Our ultimate goal is to develop self-sufficiency in our clients, and our food assistance program is intended as a "hand-up," not a "handout" in helping individuals and families achieve greater stability in their lives.

 

Clients who demonstrate need receive emergency grocery packages each containing an equivalent of 15 meals. We also distribute over 400 turkeys in November during our Thanksgiving Holiday Drive.

 

The St. Paul's Community Development Corporation (SPCDC) Emergency Men's Shelter provides emergency housing, clothing and food to as many as 40 homeless men per night. Our Shelter staff work to make each resident's stay as brief and helpful as possible by providing referrals for housing, employment, mental health and rehabilitation services.

Phone:  973.710.3900

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Hispanic Multi-Purpose Service Center

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The Hispanic Multi-Purpose Service Center (HMPSC), a non-profit organization, was founded in 1976 to advocate for North Jersey’s growing Spanish-speaking population and to provide social support services to those who were poor and powerless in the community.

 

Single Women in Transitional and Comprehensive Housing (SWITCH) available.

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Food Distribution

 

Phone:  973.684.3320

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Hilltop Haven Family Shelter

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A residential shelter for homeless families (women and their children). Residents receive sleeping accommodations and three meals per day, as well as assistance with finding permanent housing and services. Arrangements are made for residents to receive employment opportunities, mental health treatment, medical treatment, and substance abuse treatment and if needed to help support the family. The residents receive intensive case management. The objective of the program is to help homeless persons stabilize their lives.

Phone:  973.279.2333

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Father English (youth)

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Project Youth Haven is a 14-bed home for girls ages 11-17, who have experienced abuse, neglect or homelessness and are involved in the NJ Department of Children and Families.

 

The Passaic Teen Center opened its doors in 2000 to provide services for males age 11-17.  The program is designed to assist children who are involved with DYFS and/or The Division of Child and Behavioral Health Services, due to a situation of homelessness or abuse and neglect.

 

Phone: 973.279.7100

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