Our grateful thanks to the Princeton Children’s Fund for founding and administering the Coronavirus Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) and to the many volunteers from municipal and local social service organizations who served on the CERF Intake Committee and the CERF Steering Committee for providing case management services. Princeton Community House (PCH) was honored to be a part of this collaborative community response.  

With CERF ending, PCH is continuing to provide rent relief for our residents through PCH's Coronavirus Emergency Rent Relief Program, which is funded through local grants and donations from individuals. 

If you are a PCH resident and are struggling to pay rent due to the impacts of COVID-19, please see the flyer below. If you have any questions about eligibility or applying, contact your specific community or contact Jordan Goodwin, PCH Social Services Coordinator, at Jordan@pchhomes.org or 609-212-6603.


Professor Dr. Eddie S. Glaude Jr. will speak about his latest book, New York Times Bestseller, Begin Again: James Baldwin’s America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own at Princeton Community Housing’s (PCH) virtual fundraiser on February 24, 2021, at 7 pm. 

The fundraising event will include a lecture by Dr. Glaude and a question and answer session moderated by Rev. Lukata Mjumbe of Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, a trustee of PCH. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions before the event. Funds raised will go to PCH’s Covid-19 Rent Relief Fund for PCH residents who have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. General admission will cost $50. Student tickets will cost $25. For $85, registrants for the event will also receive a signed copy of Begin Again. Donations can also be made in support of the event and PCH’s Covid-19 Rent Relief Fund. Click here to learn additional information about the event and purchase tickets.

Eddie S. Glaude Jr. is department chair and the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor in the Department of African...

Modifications to Princeton Community Housing Operating Procedures in Response to COVID-19: 

To: PCH Residents, Applicants, and Other Community Members


Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, Princeton Community Housing will be modifying the way we conduct business to further implement social distancing as recommended by the CDC in response to the evolving virus known as COVID-19. These decisions have been carefully considered by staff.


Changes to Operations will be as follows:


All events, except the Congregate Program and other food/well-being programs, will be canceled from March 16th — April 6th. We will reassess on April 6th and will advise the community.

All PCH Management Offices, including Princeton Community Village, Elm Court, Harriet Bryan House, Griggs Farm, and Princeton Rentals will be closed to all visitors during business hours for the two-week period, March 16th to March 30th. Doors will remain locked during the day. Please check the Princeton Community Housing website at www.PCHHomes.org to...

If you are unsure of the affordable property you wish to apply to in Princeton, you can now use the online Universal Application Form!

All Princeton Community Housing rental units and the Housing Authority of Princeton rental units are noted on the application.


Please click the tab above for APPLY NOW or go to the tab for COMMUNITIES

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