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Our plans help families increase earned income, reduce the need for assistance, and achieve economic independence.

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Forming strategic partnerships with foundations, non-profit organizations, and local government agencies, EJP helps clients plan, design, implement, and evaluate effective, sustainable human services programs to improve the quality of life for individuals and families in affordable housing through better access to health, education and job security. 

EJP has extensive experience delivering services through
assessment and plan development; financing and sustain-ability; and implementation and technical assistance.

Our plans and programs promote the development of local 
approaches which help participating families increase earned income, make progress toward achieving economic independence and housing self-sufficiency, minimize inter-generational poverty, or, in the case of elderly or disabled residents, improve living conditions and aging-in-place.

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Support Areas:

  • Education and literacy

  • Workforce development 

  • Childcare assistance

  • Health and wellness 

  • Transportation assistance

  • Youth development 

  • Elderly/Disabled services

EJP's survey tool, featured by HUD for Choice Neighborhoods, provides extensive data on service gaps and family needs in the community. 

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