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About Us

A Known and Trusted Community Resource

       The Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. That's why we work to improve the lives of Morris County’s Hispanic and low-income residents by providing direct social services and client advocacy. 

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Our History

From our humble grassroots beginnings over 40 years ago, our growth has mirrored that of the city we served. 

Meet Our Leaders


Silvina Abbate

Chief Fiscal Officer


Lina Monsalve

CCLI Supervising Attorney

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CCLI Immigration Attorney

Janice Perez-Rojas, Esq

Our Board of Trustees

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MCOHA is proud to have a Board of Trustees full of dynamic individuals who believe in and are committed to push forward the mission and vision of our Organization.

We are excited to have their expertise, cultural values, and drive to continue to make a difference in our beloved community.

We invite you to learn more about our Board of Trustees and their contributions.

Our Partners and Sponsors

At MCOHA, we believe we are stronger together. We work with companies, the government, nonprofits and other organizations, and individuals to address the complex challenges of the Morris County Area. Our partners contribute more than money. Their ideas, volunteer power, in-kind support, and more are helping us build a stronger community.

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How We're Funded

The Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs is supported by government funding and also relies on contributions from private entities and individuals. 

With the help of people like you, we can make a lasting difference for communities in need.

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