Cape May County Displaced Homemakers Program

Atlantic Cape Community College has received a grant that provides services and training to displaced homemakers who were affected by Super Storm Sandy. A displaced homemaker is a man or woman who has lost his/her primary source of income due to divorce, separation, deployment of a spouse or the death or disability of a spouse and who must now obtain or update his/her skills to enter the workforce. A Super Storm Sandy Displaced Homemaker is a person who was directly impacted or affected by Super Storm Sandy and/or lived in one of the impacted counties at the time of the storm. The Cape May County Displaced Homemakers' Program provides a range of services, including life skills development, computer literacy training, job counseling and training, job placement assistance and resources, and financial management services.

Services for Eligible Participants Include:

  • Individualized screening, intake and assessment
  • Computer and Internet Training
  • Employment Services
  • Computer Lab Access
  • Resume Writing and Interview Techniques
  • Education and Training Programs
  • Workshops
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Childcare Assistance

For Additional Information:
Jennifer Riggio, MA
Project Coordinator
Cape May County Displaced Homemakers' Program
Atlantic Cape Community College
609.463.4774 ext. 5693
609.343.5693
jriggio@atlantic.edu

Atlantic Cape Community Collegeís Cape May County Displaced Homemakers program is funded through the New Jersey Department of Children and Families and the Division on Women through a federal Social Services Block Grant for those impacted by Super Storm Sandy.