What Are the Qualifications for Temporary Rental Assistance in New Jersey?

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WFNJ (WorkFirst NJ) clients may receive Emergency Assistance in certain situations. Temporary rental assistance in the State of NJ is one of the benefits of the Emergency Assistance program. The qualifications include: 1) persons who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless; 2) those who experienced a substantial loss of housing, food, clothing, or household furnishings caused by fire, or flood.
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