Medical And Social Services for the Homeless



Medical and Social Services for the Homeless/Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness:

Jersey City Medical Center at Greenville
1825 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Jersey City, NJ 07305

Phone 201-395-7600 OR 201-395-7630
Fax (201) 915-2956

MASSH/PATH is part of Jersey City Medical Center – RWJBarnabas Health, where the mission is enhancing life. MASSH/PATH is committed to providing homeless individuals with accessible, high quality care in a friendly environment. Staff members are non-judgmental, supportive, and sensitive to confidentiality issues. We welcome people from all walks of life. Our goal is to enhance the lives of Hudson County residents so that they will have a healthier and better quality of life.

To support MASSH/PATH, please contact Kimberly Blackwell at .


Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness

  • For individuals who have a history of mental health problems and are homeless or at serious risk of becoming homeless

  • A co-occurring substance abuse problem may be present, but the mental health issue needs to be the primary problem

  • Services include case management with the goal of linking individuals to as many services as possible in the community, such as mental health and substance abuse treatment services, counseling, medical and dental care, financial assistance, temporary and permanent housing, habilitation and rehabilitation programs (all subject to availability)

  • Psychiatrist on-site to assist with establishing eligibility for the program and to discuss medication options

Consumer statements:

“MASSH is awesome. I’ve become better in everything that I do and part of that progress in me is due to the help I receive here at MASSH. Love the staff great support and respect”. – Consumer, July 2018

“I feel comfortable here, my case worker is very professional and has helped me more than I can explain. I’m very grateful for this program”. – Consumer, June 2018

MASSH/PATH is committed to working with a population that is often hard to engage and sometimes reluctant to seek services.

MASSH/PATH is 100% grant-funded through grants from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services and is part of the Behavioral Health Department at Jersey City Medical Center-RWJBarnabas Health