Interfaith Hospitality Network of Somerset County creates an emergency shelter program through a network of local religious congregations.
Through the generosity of the parishioners of North Branch Reformed Church, IHNSC opens the doors to Sunrise House, a transitional living facility located in Bridgewater, NJ.
Phase 2 creates an independent living support program, is created to help families stabilize as they leave the emergency shelter and move into their own housing.
The NJ Department of Community Affairs awards project-based, ten year rental assistance vouchers to IHNSC for two apartments in North Plainfield, launching the Phase Permanent Supported Housing Program.
Sound Minds, a mental health program, begins providing evaluation and counseling services for adults and children.
Funded by the Homelessness Trust Fund, IHNSC launches a homeless prevention program focusing on financial counseling with referrals qualifying through the Somerset County Community Development office.
Daycare Plus creates childcare opportunities through collaboration with the Somerset Valley YMCA where children attend high-quality child care program at the Somerville YMCA.
IHNSC obtains funding for Neighbors In Need, which provides independent living support to families in the community through agency or self-referral.
IHNSC rebrands as HOME of Somerset County.