Triple C Housing, Inc. (Triple C) is a 501c3 community housing development organization (CHDO) focused on expanding affordable housing opportunities complimented by supportive services to individuals, families and veterans impacted by a disability, who are experiencing homelessness or long term hospitalization. The supportive services are provided in the home and community at large, and focus on wellness and recovery to achieve positive outcomes in overall health, self sufficiency and housing stability. Services are flexible and strengths based to meet the unique needs of persons served and are established collaboratively with each service recipient. For over 39 years, Triple C has supported the most vulnerable individuals and families break the cycle of homelessness or institutionalization by developing high quality affordable housing and providing exceptional care. Triple C is a well-founded, grass-roots organization that has helped to make the dream of living independently with dignity become a reality for those they serve throughout Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties. As Triple C continues to respond to the rising need for affordable supportive housing in our communities, we applaud our amazing team members who embrace the legacy of our founding family members and 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 one’s overall health & welfare.
Community: The feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.
Choice: the opportunity to choose between two or more possibilities & to make an impactful 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.
- A learning culture to grow our collective knowledge;
- Responsible stewardship and transparency of the funds, investments, and resources entrusted to us;
- An atmosphere of fellowship that upholds our legacy as a family-oriented organization;
- Empowerment to increase the strength and confidence of individuals and families;
- Innovative community-based support services focused on progressive outcomes;
- Recognition, respect and inclusion of the differences among us that enrich our lives;
- Results-oriented management and accountability;
- Confidentiality to preserve one’s privacy.