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Hunterdon County Department of Human Services
Hunterdon County Department of Human Services
MEAGAN O'REILLY, HUMAN SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR
Route 31 County Complex, Gauntt Place, PO Box 2900
Flemington, New Jersey 08822-2900
EMAIL: General Information
PHONE: 908-788-1253
FAX: 908-806-4204
DIVISIONS & SERVICES     -     COUNCILS & COMMITTEES     -     MEETINGS & EVENTS     -     WHAT'S NEW     -     LINKS
DIVISIONS & SERVICES

COVID-19 UPDATE OFFICE and STAFF OPERATIONS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT OUR OFFICE AND STAFF OPERATIONS...

HUMAN SERVICES ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

COUNTY ADJUSTER'S OFFICE

HOUSING DIVISION

  • The Housing Resource Guide: aids social service providers who work with low-income families and individuals in their search for affordable housing.

SENIOR, DISABILITIES AND VETERANS SERVICES DIVISION

Take our SurveyDSDVS 2021 SURVEY
The Hunterdon County Division of Senior, Disabilities and Veterans Services is committed to assisting county seniors, 60 years of age and older, in meeting their current and future needs. Please complete this survey to help our Division maintain current services and plan for the future. CLICK HERE TO START....

SOCIAL SERVICES DIVISION

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES DIVISION - Ride the LINK...

Income Eligibility Form

HUMAN SERVICES RESOURCE GUIDE Services Available in and around Hunterdon County

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
It can happen to anyone and affect everyone around them. Find out more...

HOPE IS AROUND THE CORNER
- Find the Hope One Van Near You

STIGMA FREE ZONE ENTER HERE

WE ARE PROUD TO BE STIGMA-FREE
STIGMA FREE ZONE ENTER HERE

SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
Local resources to members of our community who are, or know someone, that is struggling with a substance abuse disorder.

Got Drugs - Take Back InitiativeLocations in Hunterdon County for Prescription Drug Drop Boxes

Municipal Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
Visit our website for information on resources, history and upcoming events

YOUTH SERVICES

Youth Services DirectoryHunterdon County Youth Services
Resource Directory
- Services to Assist Families

 

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COUNCILS AND COMMITTEES

ADVISORY COUNCILS AND COMMITTEES AGENDAS AND MINUTES - updated 05/06/2021

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EVENTS & MEETINGS
CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR ENTIRE CALENDAR
 
COVID-19 UPDATE - OFFICE OPERATIONS

FOR OUR UPCOMING HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT'S COMMITTEE MEETINGS - Click here to see all....

FOR DIVISION AND SERVICES UPDATES:

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PARTNERS & HELPFUL LINKS

Hunterdon Helpline
ALWAYS ACCESSIBLE (24/7, 365 days a year) TO ANSWER YOUR NEED FOR ANY PROBLEM: 908-782-HELP

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NJ Family Care

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Progressive Center for Independent Living, NJ
Progressive Center for Independent Living Program for Young Adults with Disabilities.

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WHAT'S NEW
CV-ERAP PHASE II PROGRAM
Rental assistance to tenants experiencing difficulty with paying rent due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The State of New Jersey has rolled out its CV-ERAP Phase II Program providing rental assistance to tenants experiencing difficulty with paying rent due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The link to the application by lottery found at the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Website will go live on March 22, 2021 at 9:00 am. 

  • Assistance available for 12 months with up to an additional 3 months
  • Assistance available in 3 month increments, with re-certifications
  • DCA will encourage landlord to accept repayment plans if all of the rent cannot be paid current.
  • Arrears must accrue on or after March 2020
  • There will be only one application per household
  • Those who received less than 12 months of assistance in July’s CV-ERAP program Phase I can apply for the additional months
  • Applicants must have Income at or below 80% of the Area Median Income ($57,800  for a household of one Hunterdon County) 
  • The DCA will provide reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities and limited English proficiency. 
  • Applicants must supply proof that they are at risk of homelessness.

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SCHOOL-AGE TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

As part of the public health emergency, the state launched the New Jersey School-Age Tuition Assistance Program to help families pay for care for their school-age child in need of child care as a result of COVID-19 remote learning schools schedules.

For families who have been approved for School-Age Tuition Assistance, payments for your child’s care will now continue through June 30, 2021. If you need help finding child care, contact your local Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) Agency
NORWESCAP
84 Park Avenue Suite E-104 Flemington NJ 08822
Phone: (908) 782-8183  -  Fax: (908) 782-3498
E-mail: cfrs@norwescap.org  -  Website: https://norwescap.org/

GET COVERED NJ - NJ HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACE


New Jersey's Official Health Insurance Marketplace

Find out more about Get Covered NJ and other benefits available to you at: https://www.nj.gov/getcoverednj/getstarted/buy/

NEW JERSEY RE-ENTRY CORPORATION (NJRC)

The New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) is available to assist people who are recently released from prison or jail. click here for more information...

The NJRC 24/7 Hotline is 551-255-5500.

HUNTERDON COUNTY FOOD PANTRIES
AND OTHER RESOURCES

Hunterdon County Area Food PantriesHunterdon County Food Pantries and other Resources: food pantries, assistance programs and Norwescap.

Interactive Map of Area Food Pantries
A Hunterdon County Division of GIS Web App

 

GREATER RARITAN WORKFORCE
& ONE-STOP CAREER CENTERS


GREATER RARITAN WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD

One Stop Career Center
ONE-STOP CAREER CENTERS

NJ HOMELESS HOTLINE

Needs Assessment Survey

Beginning January 1, 2020 New Jersey residents experiencing homelessness can call 2-1-1 for help.

Under this new framework, NJ 2-1-1 will serve as New Jersey's Homeless Hotline to connect residents in need with shelter. NJ 2-1-1 works in partnership with county agencies to ensure residents have a safe place to stay and get connected to resources.

NJ 2-1-1 operators will be available 24 hour a day, 7 days a week and accessible in different languages for non-English speakers. Information provided by the callers will be kept confidential, except for information that must be shared with providers involved in providing shelter or shelter-related services.

COVID 19 VACCINE SCAMS

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