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Monmouth County residents can call 732-542-6422, Monday- Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for guidance, resources, mental health support, or just someone to talk to. Residents can connect to a licensed counselor who can provide up to 6 telephone emotional support sessions, more information here.

Welcome to Monmouth ResourceNet

We provide a wide range of information about support, resources, and services for the residents of Monmouth County, NJ

   

The MonmouthResourceNet is a collaboration between Monmouth ACTS  and MonmouthCares, Inc. Monmouth ACTS represents a bold new initiative to enhance access to services for County residents.

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A Monmouth ACTS resource designed to provide COVID-19 relief for Monmouth County residents 

Goals of Monmouth ACTS

  • To help residents learn about the many public and private services that are available – and how to access them.
  • To provide a more seamless approach to human services by joining strengths and eliminating duplications in public/private programs.
  • To create working groups, called Hubs, to address eight key issues identified by the Needs Assessment.

    How can the ResourceNet help you?

    Residents can find specific recreational activities, health providers, support groups, and events in your area. If you are a resident of Monmouth County, NJ, please subscribe to our Weekly Events and News.
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    Health Providers and Community Organizations are able to list their community and health resources, hotlines, support groups, and events. Do you provide services in Monmouth County?
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    Comprehensive page of guides from The New Jersey Department of Human Services, The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, and Monmouth County services. 

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