Waterfront Project (WFP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting Hudson County's economically disadvantaged people - the working poor, seniors, veterans, and those living with disabilities - by providing information, advice, and pro bono legal representation to address their civil legal issues and concerns.
What We Do
WFP is a HUD-certified housing counseling center with trained staff who provide free information, guidance, and referrals to renters in Hudson County in connection with housing-related matters. If you're experiencing issues with your apartment, landlord, or roommate, we can help. WFP's staff and volunteer attorneys provide advice, guidance and representation in connection with a variety of civil legal matters. If you have questions about a housing issue, family law issue, public benefits, or other consumer issue, please call to speak to our staff attorney. WFP has a unique program for low and moderate-income seniors in Hudson County. Working with the County Surrogate's Office, attorneys travel to senior centers throughout the County providing education and free legal representation in connection with the preparation of wills, powers of attorney, and health care directives.