Trinity believes that housing is a human right and that all people should have safe, stable housing. We advocate for affordable housing for all, and our caseworkers assist in placing community members into housing. This housing support is made possible by your generous donations and by grants.
Our new Radical Wellbeing Program provides resources to help community members thrive in their housing, including lifeskills and financial empowerment coaching, mental health support, and recovery support.
Trinity is also a member of the Women’s Hospitality Network, which houses women experiencing homelessness.
Women’s Hospitality Network
The Women’s Hospitality Network (WHN) is a collaborative effort of houses of worship, organizations, and individuals from the greater Asbury Park and Neptune areas and beyond. Together, they work to provide emergency, night-time housing from December through March for single women that are experiencing homelessness.
If you are a woman looking for housing or would like to volunteer please contact Kris here. Volunteering might include setting up, staying over night to host the women, or bringing dinner for the night.