51 affordable apartments will be available at the Exchange on Franklin. Join the Manalapan rental waiting list by 3/13/24 to be included in the random selection. If you do not have an email address, call 609-664-2769 x 5.
If you have news, a meeting, community event, or resource you would like to share, please submit it online (registration is required).
The guide will be available online and at all County Parks. Camp registration begins on March 3rd.
Human Services Announces Expanded Income Eligibility Limits for Prescription Drug Assistance Programs, Efforts to Get More Eligible New Jerseyans to Apply for Savings
The latest income limit increase is part of a larger effort by the State to reach and enroll more people who are eligible for the PAAD and Senior Gold programs, and raise awareness that people can apply for these and other assistance programs using the NJSave application.
Free school meals are now available to a wider range of families. Newly signed legislation increases the income limits that qualify students for free breakfast and lunch in the 2024-2025 school year. Schools offer support with the application process and maintain the confidentiality of students' participation.
RFP: Capacity-Building: Improve the Capability of New Jersey's Behavioral Health Care System to Meet and Respond to the Mental Health and Dual Diagnosis Needs of Individuals with I/DD and their Families
Qualified entities are invited to develop project(s) designed to improve the capability of New Jersey’s behavioral health care system to meet and respond to the mental health and dual diagnosis needs of individuals with I/DD and their families, including those in urban and rural areas of the state. The submission deadline is February 12 at 2 P.M. EST
Through this RFP, DoAS will provide up to fifteen community-based outreach grants to non-profit, for-profit, or governmental provider agencies and organizations to educate, outreach, and provide application assistance to older adults and individuals with disabilities to increase enrollment in NJSave programs.
Request for Qualifications for Providers of Summer Camp and Alternative Recreational Services for Youth with Developmental Disabilities for Children's System of Care
Respondents who become qualified through this RFQ process to offer their summer camps to youth with Developmental Disability (DD) eligibility will be included on the Qualified Provider (QP) list located at www.performcarenj.org.
Request for Qualifications for Providers of Summer Day Camp and Alternative Recreational Session Programs to Offer One-to-One Support Services
DCF CSOC announces its intent to award to its qualified providers of Summer Day Camp and Alternative Recreational Session programs additional complementary contracts that will permit them to offer one-to-one support services to the children, youth, and young adults they serve who are under the age of 21 with developmental disabilities.
NJ Human Services Opens Communication Access Grants to Help Make Communities More Inclusive for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind Individuals
Human Services Commissioner Sarah Adelman today announced New Jersey counties can now begin applying for grants to promote communication and language access for deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind residents of all ages. Award amounts will vary and counties can receive a maximum award of $70,000
For National Mentoring Month, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Coastal & Northern New Jersey Hosts InfoSessions
To help spread the word and recruit more volunteer mentors, BBBSCNNJ has three BBBS infoSessions planned for this month and more coming each month of the year. The BBBS infoSessions are 30 minutes and held virtually on Zoom, learn more and register for a BBBS infoSession!