Hamilton, NJ

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Project Freedom at Hamilton   

715 Kuser Road, Hamilton, NJ 08619
609-588-9919, Fax 609-588-8831

Positioned in the heart of Hamilton Township. Mercer County, Project Freedom at Hamilton is located on Kuser Road between Colonial Fire Co and the Babe Ruth baseball field. Historic Kuser Mansion and Park is nearby and is directly accessible by a paved path. The designated “Center City” area of Hamilton is minutes away by car and features two shopping centers, banks, convenience stores, and a grocery store. The Hamilton Library and Police Headquarters are also located in this area as well as a Capital Health System medical complex, the Hamilton YMCA Main Branch, and another office complex of medical offices.

Project Freedom at Hamilton features 40 one-bedroom apartments and eight two-bedroom apartments scattered in eight buildings. Each apartment is designed for people who use wheelchairs or have other disability-related needs. The apartments have affordable rents. There is also a community center that has administrative and maintenance offices along with a larger great room for tenant activities.

A preference will be given to households that live or work in Housing Region #4 as designated by the  State of New Jersey consisting of Mercer, Monmouth, and Ocean Counties.

Allison McWilliams, Property Manager
Chandrakala Mitta. Assistant Property Manager

Tanja Silver, Regional Manager

  • Carving Refuse into Beauty. One Tenant’s Quest - Recently Project Freedom at Hamilton trimmed its trees of excess branches. Normally this refuse would be ground up into chips or disposed of in an eco-friendly manner. Vincent "Vinnie"' Chiavonia, an original tenant of the 21-year-old complex, saw these branches in a different light--a more artistic light. Vinnie received permission… ... Read more ...
  • Hamilton Activities Break Isolation - As New Jersey moves away from COVIID-19 social distancing, Project Freedom staff at each complex begin to offer recreation and social activities.  Tenants can look forward to "Hot Dogs Fridays" and "Coffee Mondays" for the next few months. Hamilton also started a Gardening Club for outside socialization and physical stimulation. ... Read more ...
  • Facebook Friends Make Thanksgiving Meal Possible - Just like most people, the COVID-19 pandemic changed Thanksgiving plans for the tenants of Project Freedom at Hamilton.  Traditionally, many of them attended a Thanksgiving early dinner hosted by the congregation of the Resurrection Lutheran Church in Hamilton Square, but not this year. Determined not to let Thanksgiving go by… ... Read more ...
  • Area Service and Community Groups Aid Tenants - In times of disasters and national emergencies, individuals and organizations have always stepped in to fill the gaps in the response. The COVID-19 response has been no different with individuals making masks or going shopping for people who cannot get to the stores safely. Community organizations serving Mercer County have… ... Read more ...