223 Hutchinson Road, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Phone: (609) 448-2998
FREEDOM VILLAGE AT TOWN CENTER SOUTH
500 Raven Road Boulevard, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
(Just off Route 33)
Phone: (609) 278-0075 ext. 2121
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The original Project Freedom Robbinsville (NJ) location at 223 Hutchinson Road is a complex of 30 units designed specifically to provide housing and activities for 46 individuals with various disabilities. This $3.5 million project was completed in October, 1991.
Project Freedom Is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that develops and operates barrier-free housing to enable individuals with disabilities to live independently. In addition, supportive services such as recreation, training and advocacy are provided.
Tim Doherty, Executive Director; CEO
Norman A. Smith, Associate Executive Director & Co-Founder
Stephen J. Schaefer, CFO
Tracee Battis, Director of Housing Development
Frank Sciarrotta, Compliance Officer; Property Manager
Board of Trustees
C. Herbert Schneider, Chairman
Timothy J. Lutz, Vice Chairman
Mark E. Laccetti, Treasurer
Daniel Surtz, Secretary
Gary R. Backinoff, member
Jack Blair, member
Kelly Borden, member
Kelly Boyd, member
Robert Buda, Jr., member (Former Board Chair )
James Colitsas, member
Scott Elliott, member
David R. Fraytak, member
Mark Markovich, member
Karol Moss, member
Sheree Sachs-McGowan, member
John J. Sheridan, IV, member
Mission Statement: Project Freedom is dedicated to developing, supporting, and advocating opportunities for independent living for persons with disabilities.
Core Values: Project Freedom advocates with and for people with disabilities.
Project Freedom believes that persons with disabilities should have an opportunity to live as independently as possible (with support help) and be productive members of society.
Project Freedom is a pro-active organization seeking to develop facilities and programs to assist people with disabilities with housing, training, and recreational activities.
Project Freedom will be an advocate for persons with disabilities by increasing the awareness of the need for housing and services to allow the disabled to be productive members of society.
Project Freedom will develop, coordinate or assist other organizations in making available training, transportation and recreational programs for the disabled in the community.
Project Freedom will actively engage in development activities to raise the funds to be able to expand its advocacy, housing and training roles on behalf of the disabled.
Project Freedom will seek to reach its goals through the participating of a dedicated Board of Trustees, an engaged and expanded base of empowered tenants, consumers, volunteers and members, and a creative, skilled staff.