If your home has been impacted by severe flooding in the counties of Burlington, Camden, or Gloucester and you need assistance, call 2-1-1; text your zip code to 898-211; or click "Read More" to find out about resources that can help.
An annual program initiated by the American Dental Association in 2003 called Give Kids a Smile is scheduled for Friday, February 1 at locations in every county in New Jersey, providing needy children throughout the state with access to free dental care.
NJ 2-1-1 is committed to helping our communities impacted by the federal government shutdown. Furloughed federal employees and government contractors in need of social services and individuals with questions about the availability of public benefits can call 2-1-1 to get help.
Families who are having trouble affording food or gifts this holiday season may find relief from local resources. Whether you are looking for assistance or searching for a good place to make a holiday donation, our Holiday Assistance list is a great place to start.
Open enrollment for the upcoming insurance year January 1 - December 31, 2019) begins on November 1, 2018, and ends on December 15, 2018. Find out more information about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or the open enrollment period.
New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJ OEM) is monitoring the current coastal storms. Find out more information on how to prepare for these storms by visiting the NJ OEM and FEMA disaster preparedness websites. You can also find updated storm information on the FEMA website.
September is recognized annually as National Preparedness Month (NPM). This provides an opportunity to remind us that we all must prepare ourselves and our families now and throughout the year in case of an emergency or disaster.
Governor Murphy signed an Executive Order on August 18 declaring a state of emergency in Bergen, Essex, Monmouth, Ocean, and Passaic Counties. Find out more information on these storms and resources available for recovery.
Many parents in our state find it difficult to afford necessary school supplies for their children. Thankfully, there are options available for assistance for financially strained families. Find out more information on where you can get free school supplies.
ALICE is an initiative started by the United Way that stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. ALICE is a hardworking member of the community who is employed yet does not earn enough to afford the basic necessities of life. Find out more by reading the full report.
Based upon a document on tenants’ rights published by LSNJ, landlords must provide heat as required by the state codes and the local town or city ordinance. Landlords are required to provide heat from October 1 - May 1.