Community Resource Center (CRC)

The New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC)'s state-of-the-art Community Resource Center (CRC) at Kearny Point. This newly renovated CRC will further enable participants to become positive members of their community and the workforce.

Kearny Point was a busy shipyard during World War I and II and is now undergoing a major redevelopment into a mixed-use waterfront destination. The project is being led by the Wendy Neu whose larger goal at Kearny Point is to give economic opportunities to all members of the community and the Community Resource Center for the prisoner reentry program was donated by her.

Designed to assist and inspire, the CRC is outfitted with the necessary kind of space and technology to keep the NJRC’s recidivism rate at nearly one-third the national average. Photographs of the industrial complex’s past as a bustling shipyard, the skyline of Jersey City and Manhattan with the Statue of Liberty, ship workers, and a map of Kearny Point have been blown up as full-bleed wall graphics and stirring quotes also decorate the walls. There are plenty of nicely designed meeting rooms and common areas, many overlooking the Hackensack River, and bright white, blue, and yellow chairs liven up the computer labs.

Services Provided

  • Employment Assistance
  • Resources for outpatient substance
  • abuse treatment
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Sex Offender Counseling
  • In-house Outpatient Mental Health Counseling


9 Basin Drive, Unit 190
Kearny, New Jersey 07032
Phone: 973.982.6071
Fax: 973.900.9338

Facility Director:
Denise Miguel, 973.982.6070