Project Self-Sufficiency is housed on a beautiful 5-acre campus in Newton, New Jersey.
The campus consists of the Selective Insurance Group Career Training & Employment Center, the B. Douglas Gordon & Elizabeth Houskeeper Gordon Family Couseling Center and Little Sprouts Early Learning Center, the Senator Robert E. Littell Family Literacy Center, and a Community Education Center.
Housed within the campus are individual counseling rooms, a legal assistance center, parenting center, a working women's wardrobe, a food pantry, state-of-the-art computer labs, vocational testing and assessment labs, classrooms, and seminar facilities, along with a daycare center and a preschool.
The Community Education Center contains a room for large gatherings, along with smaller classroom space.
The campus is named in honor of Michael J. Holub, Esquire, the founding Board President of Project Self-Sufficiency.