Our Focus on Income
Promoting financial stability and independence through increasing income potential, emergency assistance, establishing assets for long-term stability. Specific programs include: vocational transition for adults with disabilities, senior transportation services, emergency assistance services, homeless youth housing and rap around services, housing assistance and homelessness prevention, emergency food assistance, financial literacy classes, temporary housing, job training, veterans’ emergency and supportive services.
By the Numbers
Thanks to donors like YOU, the United Way of Ocean County was able to support Income Programs in Ocean County that made a difference for:
- 14,800 people who received information and referrals through NJ 2-1-1
- 93,329 children and adults who received emergency food.
- 274 individuals and familes who received emergency housing, rent, mortage, utility and legal services.
- Continued to support Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group, which provided disaster case management and referral services to 30 families who received funding to complete their rebuild and recovery needs.