God Will Always Provide. It Just Might Look Different Than What We Had In Mind
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Over 140 volunteers signed up and over 40 different organizations involved with Havens Code Blue Project 2018/2019.
Ocean Mental health program P.A.T.H. greeting guest at Code Blue.
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Hear our latest interview on Star 99.1 October 2018
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Haven/Beat The Street Inc.
P.O Box 5441 Toms River NJ 08754
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Thank you to First assembly Of God and Alive Again Alliance Church for helping us establish Code Blue/Warming Centers.
Below photos of nights at River Wood Building Code Blue Toms River. 2018/2019
Through the Code Blue Program in Toms River we have placed 23 people into Rehab/Detox programs and permanently housed 19 people!
At the Haven Code Blue Facility, Toms River we had 1730 bed nights (number of times people found shelter) with 170 people total!
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Many Guests helped keep the building clean and volunteered every morning.
We were open 66 times for Code Blue nights and 40 individuals where connected to county service providers through Code Blue 2018/2019 season at the Toms River location.
Haven Beat the Streets 2019 Ocean County Events!
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Maria Moroca, Laurie Huryk and Mo Hill of Toms River Council with Haven Volunteers at the March 9, 2019 Applebees fundraiser in Toms River.
Lower Photo: Congressman Andy Kim with Paul Hulse. Lower Photo: Bill Southrey, Councilman Terrance Turnbach and Councilwomen Laurie Huryk visiting Havens Code Blue site at the Toms River Wood Recreation Building.
Ocean County Freeholder Gray Quinn with Paul Hulse, taking tour of Code Blue site, Toms River