In 2016, your generosity made it possible for a great many families and individuals to receive emergency services and life-changing help from DRMM:

  •  963 people were served in treatment (men and women)
  • 143 people were provided with housing (men, women, and children)
  • 4,256 people were provided with emergency shelter (men, women, and children)
  • 235 children were provided with camp, after-school, and other special programs
  • 265 families received housing and homelessness prevention services
  • 293 prisoners received assistance with reentry services
  • 2,692 campers that were served at our day camps and overnight camping programs

TOTAL = 8,847 lives changed

Thank you for your ongoing support so DRMM can continue to help those who are hungry, homeless, jobless, addicted, and without hope in the days ahead!

One Comment

  1. Hello my name is stephanie and me and my mother joyce both attend southpoint trenton and everytime im there i see how you guys go above and beyond to help people and families in need of help so i decided to try and reach out to you guys to see if there was away mabe you guys could possibly help.
    Last Saturday my cousin and her boyfriend went missing and shortly after that there apartment and truck was set on fire then early monday morning there bodies were found in a vacant house murdered and set on fire my cousin mariah left behind 2 small childern witch her oldest childs father was murdered a few years back so not only did they lose everything they ever had but they lost there mother also and i was wondering if there is any possible way there was away for you guys to help the childern have nothing no clothes,shoes,toys or food.
    Please im begging for away for them babies.

    Thank you

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