Welcome to Ocean’s Harbor House, a safe haven for youth.
If you know of any youth between the ages of 10 and 21 who are homeless and in crisis, please call our Shelter Hotline at 732.929.0660
We are celebrating our 30th Anniversary!
Please consider a $30 online donation by clicking here.
"It’s time to come in out of the darkness."
Ocean’s Harbor House a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides more that just shelter. Staffed by caring experts, we freely give youth the full, individualized support they need to begin their healthy, happy and ultimately successful life’s journey.
Through generous community donations and involvement, Ocean’s Harbor House provides life assistance for homeless youth or those living in troubled circumstances. Please explore our site and contact us with any questions.
Watch the Ocean’s Harbor House Feature Video!
OZANE Like Campaign
Thank you so much to everyone who supported our Facebook page likes campaign for OZANE Termite and Pest Control! OZANE received 189 new page likes but presented us a check for the full $500! We can’t thank them enough for their generosity and support!
We are extremely grateful to The Provident Bank Foundation for presenting us with a $7,500 grant to assist with funding our Transitional Living and Shelter programs. Jane Kurek, Executive Director of The Provident Bank Foundation along with Stacey Kavanagh, Market Manager of Provident Bank, presented a check to Executive Director John Piscal and board members Carole Mack and Marie Roselli.
Fire Safety Training
Ocean’s Harbor House staff underwent comprehensive fire safety training outside of our TLP location. Dominick Roselli, Inspector Investigator from the Toms River Bureau of Fire Prevention, gave our staff informative lessons on fire safety and the correct use of fire extinguishers.
Harbor House Shed
Matt Pizzo is working towards being an Eagle Scout, and he is building a shed at Harbor House for our youth’s belongings such as bikes, skateboards, and other items.
Executive Director John Piscal speaks to youth in Freehold
Mr. Piscal was featured in the Trenton Monitor for speaking to youth in Freehold about the prevalence of homelessness amongst children in our local communities.
The Spring Open Arms Fundraiser
A night of psychic entertainment with mentalist Ted Saint James at the Sawmill in Seaside Park raised $4500.00!
Caritas Club Donation
The Caritas Club of Leisure Village West in Manchester presented Ocean’s Harbor House with a check for $500.00. Thanks for the continued support!
Keller Williams RED DAY
Thanks to the RED DAY Keller Williams Realty volunteers for their community service at Harbor House on May 10th.
"I have recently met my niece for the first time and learned that her difficult life was made very much safer and happier by love from Harbor House years ago. Thank you for what you do. Never doubt the value of what your connection to these people means in the short term and the long term as well. Love to you all."
"My name is Anthony. I am a former resident at Harbor House not just once but almost a dozen times. I was one of those teens who was always finding new ways to get in trouble. During my first time staying at the shelter back in 1999, I was jumping up and down on the bed throwing glow sticks or setting off the alarms. Even after all the stuff I did, I always had a safe place to stay. All of the staff genuinely cared about the teens' lives they touched. The staff at Harbor House raised me and helped me become the person I am today. I recently completed my GED and am now enrolled in one of the top tier automotive trade schools in Nashville, Tennessee. I want to thank the staff at Harbor House past - and present - you guys made a huge difference in my life and so many others."