Project Freedom Robbinsville
223 Hutchinson Rd., Robbinsville, NJ 08691
609-448-2998, Fax 609-448-7293
Located within walking distance of Robbinsville’s growing Town Center, Project Freedom’s first apartment complex has 30 units is designed specifically for people with disabilities with mobility impairments. There are 26 2-bedroom units and four efficiencies.
An innovative Shared Living House is also located on the complex where five people with disabilities live independently without physical assistance or supervision. The house consists of four SROs with bathrooms downstairs and a 1-bedroom unit with kitchen and bath upstairs.
The SROs share a communal kitchen and laundry room.
Shopping, restaurants, medical and professional offices are conveniently close by to the complex, many in walking distance. NJ Transit 606 Bus line has a stop in the complex for tips to Hamilton Marketplace for big box stores or trips into Hamilton, Trenton, or Princeton. Highways I-95, I-195, I-295, US 130, and State Route 33 provide quick access to many attractions in Mercer, Monmouth, Burlington, Middlesex, and Ocean Counties
Norman A. Smith, Associate Executive Director
Jackie Eloswiny, Social Service Coordinator/Regional Manager
Judy Wilkinson, Office Manager/Media Department
Nichole Jensen, Assistant Office Manager
Mary Edmondson, Receptionist/Office Assistant
Bashemah Rountree, Executive Assistant to Mr. Smith
- “My Two Cents” — April 2021 - Last month, in the midst of leasing up our new “ Freedom Village at Town Center” apartment complex, we welcomed Robbinsville mayor David Fried to our community to celebrate a special achievement. It was to honor and recognize a Robbinsville Freshman, Zoya Jadhav, for winning second place in a Statewide… ... Read more ...
- Amity Amidst a Crisis by Zoya Jadhav - Note: This is an award-winning essay in a statewide Arts and Writing contest by Robbinsville High School student Zoya Jadhav who chose to donate half her price to Project Freedom Inc. Amity Amidst a Crisis Another sodden morning of the rains. Another day locked up in the same room.… ... 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 ...
- Labor Day Celebrated by Project Freedom Tenants - Tenants from Hamilton and Lawrence joined Robbinsville tenants for an annual Labor Day picnic put on by the Resurrection Lutheran Church and sponsored by Thrivent Insurance. This was the 18th year that Trivant and the Hamilton-based Resurrection Lutheran Church have combined to provide Labor Day festivities to the tenants of… ... Read more ...