Princeton Community Housing

Princeton Community Housing provides affordable, welcoming, and well-maintained rental homes for individuals, families, seniors, and people with disabilities who have very low-, low-, and moderate-incomes. Our Social Services Coordinators assist residents in accessing resources such as transportation, food, scholarships, and financial counseling. Elderly residents who qualify can receive prepared meals, limited personal aide services, and housekeeping assistance.


About Us

Princeton Community Housing provides affordable, welcoming, and well-maintained rental homes for individuals, families, seniors, and people with disabilities who have very low-, low-, and moderate-incomes. Our Social Services Coordinators assist residents in accessing resources such as transportation, food, scholarships, and financial counseling. Elderly residents who qualify can receive prepared meals, limited personal aide services, and housekeeping assistance.

Website:https://www.PCHHomes.org/

Address:1 Monument Drive,

Phone number:609-924-3822

Organization Type:nonprofit

Issue Areas:affordable housing


Volunteer Information

Typical Volunteer Opportunities:PCH is seeking volunteers who are interested in working with our residents to enhance their lives. These opportunities include helping to prepare the community garden for the fall harvest and/or spring planting, or organizing and participating in a monthly book club or oral history group. Additional volunteer opportunities that benefit the organization include serving on our Community Board of Trustees as an at large community representative or helping to plan our annual fundraising event in the spring. These opportunities help PCH provide, manage, and advocate for equal housing opportunities in Princeton.

Volunteer Website:https://www.PCHHomes.org

Current Volunteer Opportunities:yes


Similar Organizations

Princeton Community Housing (PCH) is one of several organizations in Princeton who provide affordable housing opportunities. We all collaborate on matters related to providing and maintaining affordable housing. This includes a joint effort with the municipality to create, implement, and facilitate a universal housing application process, and to convene information sessions for applicants and residents to learn more about the importance of establishing and maintaining good credit. PCH is an affiliation of several non-profit entities that own and manage 466 rental units, raise funds and develop new homes. We are sometimes confused with our partner organizations. These include:

The Princeton Affordable Housing Department (PAH) administers the sales program in Princeton and oversees the affordable rental program.

The Affordable Housing Sales Program offers properties for sale in Washington Oaks, Griggs Farm, and the former Princeton Borough.

Princeton Housing Authority (PHA) is a federally funded corporation that owns and manages 236 family and senior/disabled apartments within five developments throughout Princeton.

Housing Initiatives of Princeton (HIP) manages five homes in the Princeton area and rents them at affordable rates to local families in crisis. HIP provides transitional housing coupled with supportive services and temporary rental assistance. Furthermore, HIP raises awareness of insufficient housing options and challenges facing the working poor.


Social Media

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/pch.org/

Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/princetoncommunityhousing/

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