Housing Support

Do you live in Morris or Somerset County and Are you currently homeless or at risk of losing your home?

Book a phone appointment with our Housing Support Team to see how we can help you. 

Housing Support

Norwescap’s Housing Support Team helps individuals and families along the full spectrum of housing needs, from people who are at risk of experiencing homelessness to those working to purchase their first home. These are not emergency services.

Our team of Housing Specialists are here to help with services such as:

If you live in Morris or Somerset County and are currently experiencing homelessness or at-risk of becoming homeless, book a phone appointment with our Housing Support Team to see how our programs can help you.

If you are working towards becoming a homeowner, please contact our Financial Empowerment Team at or 908-521-4220 to learn how our programs can help you reach your goals.

Other Programs that can provide assistance

Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Rehousing 2 Program

Provides temporary rental assistance and stabilization services to assist individuals and families living on the streets or in emergency shelters obtain permanent housing; and assistance to households in imminent risk of homelessness due to an eviction or other eligible cause.

Energy Assistance

Energy Services assists eligible individuals and families in Hunterdon, Somerset, Sussex and Warren Counties with their heating and cooling costs to reduce energy burden.

Homelessness Prevention Program

Provides up to three months of assistance to pay past due rent to households in imminent danger of eviction due to temporary financial problems beyond their control.

Intensive Case Management

Our intensive case management and counseling services provide each of the families within our portfolio with the means to continue in their recovery process, to achieve their goals toward self-sufficiency.

HUD Supportive

Helps homeless people who are sleeping in places not meant for human habitation, such as cars, parks, sidewalks, and abandoned buildings, or those who are living in transitional housing or sleeping in an emergency shelter as a primary nighttime residence.


Identify and remediate lead-based paint hazards via interim controls to prevent elevated blood lead levels in children and pregnant women.

Safe Housing for Seniors

Helps older adults with small home repairs to help ensure their health and safety. These services are free of charge and available to all adults aged 60 and over in Hunterdon, Warren, and Sussex Counties.