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  • Get Help Learning About Parenting

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    Get help learning about parenting and child care at the resources below: Directory of Fatherhood Programs. A directory of programs, put together by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, tha...
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  • Get Help with Educational Assistance for Children

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    Get help with educational assistance for your children such as Head Start, tutoring, afterschool and summer programs, and assistance with college prep. For many of these programs, you will likely n...
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  • Get Help with Health Needs for Children

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    Get help for children related to developmental delays, medical expenses, and caregiver support at the resources below. Early Intervention. This program includes evaluation, assessment, and Individu...
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  • Get Legal Help for Family Law or Education Issues

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    If you are dealing with issues related to family (like marriage, divorce, juvenile offenses, adoption, and paternity) or education including special education, you may need an attorney. Legal Servi...
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  • Get Transportation Help

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    Securing affordable and reliable transportation can be challenging to find as a student. Below, find some New Jersey programs and transportation options that may be useful. Key things to keep in mi...
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  • Getting Food Assistance for the Longer Term

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) SNAP is a federal benefits program where low-income people get a card that can be used, like a debit card, to purchase eligible food. If you are eli...
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  • Getting Food for This Week

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    Food pantries and soup kitchens are good options, particularly if you need food quickly. Some organizations even have drive-through pick-up or hot meals available. What To Expect When Visiting a Fo...
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  • Getting Housing for the Longer Term

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    You may have heard of federal housing choice vouchers, or Section 8. You may have also heard that Section 8 is impossible with wait times and you'll never get housing that way, so it isn't worth yo...
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  • Getting Housing This Week

    Last Updated: 07/01/2022
    Shelters Some shelters are for specific groups of people, like pregnant women, people who have aged out of the foster care system, single people, or veterans. Often, shelters provide additional ser...
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  • Comprehensive Resources

    Last Updated: 03/30/2022
    Buddies of N.J. Programs and Services – Buddies NJ (njbuddies.org) Students living with HIV/AIDS in Bergen & Passaic Counties Provides a variety of services for individuals with HIV/AIDS, includ...
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  • Emergency Aid

    Last Updated: 03/30/2022
    Displaced Homemaker Program DCF | Office of Support, Employment and Training (nj.gov) For individuals who have previously been unpaid homemakers but now must enter the workforce due to separation,...
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  • Housing

    Last Updated: 03/30/2022
    Hunterdon County Housing Resource Guide & Food Pantry Directory Microsoft Word - Housing Resource Guide.docx (hunterdon.nj.us) Students in Hunterdon County This document provides a comprehensive g...
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  • What are food resources?

    Last Updated: 03/30/2022
    Cross County Connection Microsoft Word - Food Pantries List (1) (driveless.com) Students in Atlatnic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem counties A PDF of food pantrie...
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  • Why did I get this text?

    Last Updated: 01/06/2022
    You received this text from the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) (1-855-544-1300) as part of NJ's contact tracing efforts. Your phone number was given as a contact number associated with a C...
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  • Small Businesses: Information on How to Buy Discounted PPE through the PPE Access Program

    Last Updated: 08/12/2020
    Why should I use the PPE Access Program? The PPE Access Program was created to take the purchasing of PPE off your "worry list." It will provide several benefits to your business relative to other ...
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  • Get Help with Essential Items for Children like Diapers and Clothes

    Get help with essential items for children like diapers, wipes, strollers, clothes, and shoes. Many diaper banks are organized on a county (or even statewide) level, with distribution happening thr...
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  • Renter Self-Certification Process and FAQs

    On August 4, 2021, Governor Murphy signed into law PL 2021 c 188 that affects tenants and landlords. The new law winds down the eviction moratorium imposed by the Governor in Executive Order 106 an...
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