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Community Resources

We’ve created this page to provide all types of important resources to our community.

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Connecting Dover - Free and Low-Cost Resources and Community Information

Connecting Dover is a nonprofit community network that helps to provide free and low-cost resources to Morris County. It’s also an important conduit of information about what’s happening in the community. The Housing Partnership is a longtime Connecting Dover member organization and we have representation on the network’s Executive Committee.

If you or someone you know is in need of food, clothing, educational, medical, housing help, and more, please follow Connecting Dover on Facebook and reach out to them for help. - Emergency Housing Guide for Older Americans is a leading online destination for caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. Their Emergency Housing Guide for older Americans is an important resource for anyone who finds themselves or a loved one in a sudden and difficult housing situation. You can find that guide here.

Legal Services in NJ

Legal Services in New Jersey helps individuals and families who are in need of legal services but cannot afford them. 

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NORWESCAP is a non- profit organization that serves low income individuals and families Sussex, Hunterdon and Warren counties.

Some of their programs include:
Child and Family Resources, Early Head Start, Head Start, Circles Initiative, Family Loan Program, Individual Development Accounts, ARRA Weatherization Program, Arthur and Friends, ECHO Housing, Home Energy Assistance Program, Safe Housing, Weatherization Assistance Program, Sussex Seniors Complex, Food Bank, WIC, Skylands RSVP & Volunteer Resource Center, Just One Mentoring Project


Hope Hub

The Hope Hub is a panel of multiple agencies that work together to get individuals or family members the help they need to thrive in the community. 

It is comprised of a multidisciplinary panel of law enforcement, social services, mental health services, healthcare providers, treatment providers and recovery specialists. These partners will present cases of individuals or families that are at an acutely elevated risk. The Hope Hub panel determines if the individual or family would benefit from various service sectors. Those applicable agencies will then work together as a team to do a door knock or intervention. In this way, the member agencies work together to connect the individuals or family members to life-changing services.

Zufall Health

Zufall Health provides access to quality, affordable, and culturally responsive medical, dental, and behavioral care to people and communities who experience barriers to care in northern and central NJ.

NJ 211

NJ 211 is a nonprofit organization that provides the 211 Service to the residents of New Jersey. This is a valuable information and referral service that connects people in need with a variety of health and human service programs. The 211 Service provides a hotline that operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year and an online, searchable directory of over 6,300 government and nonprofit programs which is found on their website.

Covid-19 Homeless Prevention Initiative

This is an application for the COVID-19 Homelessness Prevention Initiative. This program can pay Up to 6 months of rental arrears accumulated after January 1, 2022 for eligible households.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Household’s gross income must be below 50% of Area Median Income (Download income limits chart here.)
  • All household members must be legally present in the United States
  • Any arrears prior to January 1, 2022, must have been paid or have a guaranteed funding from an alternative source
  • Must have a valid lease
  • Must have a court summons that identifies the arrears; please note that the arrears could not have been already paid by you or another source

PLEASE NOTE: If you owe more than 6 months of arrears the program cannot assist

If you believe that you may eligible please complete the full application and supply ALL the additional documentation requested below then email the complete application and requested documentation to

Homelessness Prevention

REQUIRED Additional Documentation:

  • A valid County ID, City ID, Veteran ID, or a NJ Motor Vehicle issued ID or NJ Driver’s License For (Everyone 18 years+)
  • A COPY of Birth Certificates for everyone in the household OR a valid passport, valid NJ Driver’s License, military discharge papers or social security benefit printout that shows birth date
  • A COPY of the Social Security cards for everyone in the household
  • Download and complete this Megan’s Law form
  • Household Income: Proof of Current Household Income (Prior 30 Days)
    • Earned income: 4 weekly consecutive pay stubs or 2 biweekly pay stubs.
    • Unearned Income Examples:
      • Social Security benefits. Printout of award letter from Social Security

      • Unemployment: Printout from Department of Labor.

      • Temporary Disability Benefits/Private Insurance: Check stubs or statement from benefit source. If benefits are pending, get a letter from the source projecting the benefits that recipient will receive in the future including a start date.

      • Child support: Copy of the court order or a copy of the probation records.

      • Pension: A letter from the source of the pension or check stubs.

      • Veteran’s Benefits: A statement from the Veterans Administration or check stubs.

      • Copies of your most recent bank statement(s), if applicable

      • Current Court Summons identifying months of arrears

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