Triple C Housing, Inc. (Triple C), provides supportive housing, residential care and community based support services to individuals diagnosed with a disability and/or co-occurring conditions, individuals who are homeless or at risk, and individuals and families impacted by Superstorm Sandy. The goal of Triple C is to enlist public and private sector support in developing safe, decent and affordable housing for individuals with the greatest need so they may live independently with dignity in their communities.
Triple C offers transitional residential care (24-hour supervised residences), and permanent supportive housing, with flexible, person-centered support. The principles of psychiatric rehabilitation serve as a foundation for wellness and recovery driven services geared toward facilitating personal and financial independence. The services are strengths based, valuing the experiences and contributions of all individuals. Triple C operates housing throughout Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties.
As Triple C continues to respond to the rising need for affordable supportive housing in our communities, we turn to our funders, donors, system partners and supporters with much gratitude. The legacy of our founding family members anchor our mission; the value and trust placed in Triple C makes it possible for us to fulfill our mission!
Triple C Housing’s Mission is to create permanent supportive housing opportunities coupled with innovative support services empowering individuals to live with dignity and fulfill their utmost potential. The three C's stand for:
Care: the provision of what is necessary for the health, welfare, maintenance, and protection of someone or something.
Community: a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.
Choice: the opportunity or power to choose between two or more possibilities & opportunity or power to make a decision.
To develop a steady supply of accessible, affordable and integrated housing and high quality support services to prevent and end the cycle of homelessness and institutionalization.