New Jersey Deaf Housing will exhibit at the 21st Annual Supportive Housing Conference on December 6, 2019 in Somerset, NJ. The conference, sponsored by Supportive Housing Association (SHA) of New Jersey, brings together all those interested in the supportive housing market – from providers of services, to architects and builders, lenders, consumers and families, and government … Continue Reading
New Brunswick, March 8, 2019 By Thomas Smith Kathy Kady-Hopkins and Thomas Smith (NJDH.org) attended a large gathering of developers, bankers, politicians and nonprofits at the Hyatt Regency last week. We met mayors and officials of local towns, and listened to Governor Murphy talk about environmental justice and the newest redevelopment initiatives in New Jersey. … Continue Reading
By Tom Smith TRENTON, NJ 02/06/2019: NJDH participated in a very productive and informative meeting today in Trenton with other providers of supportive housing and developers. Representatives from NJ Disability Rights, Catholic Charities, DDD, ARC, United Way and other agencies all discussed how to create and sustain affordable housing for people with special needs in … Continue Reading
A New Name and a New Logo by Jane Cyran, Secretary Please share with your organization! Understanding that our dream of comfortable, safe, affordable housing for NJ’s Deaf should include people of all ages, on July 26, 2018, the State of New Jersey officially recognized our new name, New Jersey Deaf Housing, Inc. Realizing … Continue Reading
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF FILE The border of the announcement is the red brick sides of a house, with a dark green roof sloped and pointed toward the top. Inside the house, at the peak of the rooftop, is the logo for New Jersey Deaf Housing: a blue rooftop with, below, red, green, yellow, … Continue Reading
New Jersey Deaf Housing 6th Fashion Show & Gift Basket Auction committee had their first meeting on Lila Taylor’s Birthday, September 9th.
This video is to honor Lila Taylor and to advise everyone that Kathy Kady-Hopkins is now the President of New Jersey Deaf Housing. Transcript of each person’s presentation follows: Lila Taylor All of you here, you’re comfortable – signing with each other. It’s important to be comfortable, right? Do you want to move in with … Continue Reading