The Lifeline program and the Emergency Broadband Benefit program help make phone and internet service more affordable for low-income individuals.
The Toy Shop will be open ample days throughout November and December to provide toys to 2,000+ children. Parents may only come to the shop by appointment and must preregister to receive an appointment. All registration will be done via phone call.
Find out if you are eligible for rental or utility assistance.
President Biden has approved a Major Disaster Declaration for Morris, Union and Essex Counties, allowing those affected by Tropical Storm Ida to access FEMA assistance.
Each year, Morris Arts partners with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts to provide grants to non-profit organizations in Morris County. Types of grants include General Operating Support for arts organizations and Special Project Support for other types of non-profit organizations that have significant arts programs.
THE APPLICATION PERIOD FOR THIS PROGRAM IS NOW CLOSED. Information will be updated on the website regarding the status of your application.
The Family Resource Network is providing FREE Respite to vulnerable populations impacted by COVID-19 that require emergency respite services.
The Morris County Office on Aging, Disabilities, and Community Programming is partnering with nonprofit Jersey Cares to provide volunteers to do grocery shopping for older or disabled residents across all of Morris County.
The State of New Jersey has contracted with PerformCare to administer the publicly-funded developmental disability service delivery system for children up to age 21. This transition is a result of the state government restructuring initiated by Governor Christie which moved the responsibility for providing services to children with developmental disabilities from the Department of Human Services' Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) to the Department of Children and Families' Children's System of Care (CSOC).
We are currently accepting applications for Care Managers.