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Homeless Outreach
Hunterdon County Phone: (908) 894‑5311 Fax: (908) 894‑5309
Sussex County Phone: (973) 383‑8670 Fax: (973) 383‑8676
Union County Phone: (908) 289‑7330 Fax: (973) 860‑5166
Warren County Phone: (908) 894‑5311 Fax: (908) 894‑5309

We are also available by phone after hours at (908) 209‑9459.
Emergency support is also available after‑hours, and on weekends.


Bridgeway provides outreach, support, and case management services to adult residents who are homeless, or are at risk of becoming homeless, and have a mental illness.

Homeless Outreach Services Include:

  • Hands-on assistance with finding both temporary and permanent housing
  • Outreach to engage service recipients into mental health, substance abuse, medical, vocational, and social services
  • Assistance with obtaining public assistance and/or social security benefits
  • Comprehensive assessment of individual needs and psychiatric rehabilitation goals
  • Individualized treatment planning to assist the service recipient with reaching his/her goals
  • Ongoing case management and supportive counseling to assist the service recipient to live within the community
  • Teaching and assisting with daily living skills, including medication management and education, budgeting, personal hygiene, and housekeeping
  • Transportation to initial appointments and linkage to other available transportation options