Arm In Arm, formerly called The Crisis Ministry of Mercer County, provides practical, caring programs that address hunger prevention, homelessness prevention and workforce training. Through our three "Client Choice" grocery-style pantries in Trenton (123 E. Hanover St.; 48 Hudson St.) and Princeton (61 Nassau St.) customers make their own selections based on household size and up-to-date nutritional guidelines. Arm In Arm helps to stabilize critical housing situations through emergency financial assistance and housing stability case management. Our Workforce Development program is an on-site work training and mentoring program that educates and prepares men and women for entry or re-entry into the workforce. This program also includes our License to Succeed initiative, wherein clients receive administrative assistance and partial aid to pay fines and restore driver's licenses. We also educate the wider Princeton-Trenton community about issues that affect low-income people.