Community Outreach and Advocacy

Here at the Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs, we work on many exciting projects to help improve the lives of others and are very proud of the progress we continue to make.

Our current projects include Free Monthly Eye Screening, Senior Citizens Services, Form Completion, Translation services, Notary Public services, Interpretation of Letters, Phone calls to social services, government offices, doctors, etc.


Contact us to learn more about what we do, whom we help, and how we work every day to promote positive change.

Free Monthly Eye Screening

UPDATE: OUR EYE EXAMS PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE COVID OUTBREAK. 

MCOHA partners every month with the New Jersey Commission for the Blind to provide Free Eye Screenings twice a month to EVERY individual, regardless of their immigration status.
Additionally, after you have been seen by the doctors and have your prescription, you can request to have your glasses done free of charge if you're eligible.
You just need to call us and schedule your appointment.

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Senior Citizens Services

UPDATE: OUR SENIOR CITIZENS GROUPS ARE CURRENTLY POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE COVID OUTBREAK. 

 

At the Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in helping our Senior Citizens as much as we can. Through cooperation and community, we have been able to establish and maintain the Senior Citizens Group "Corazones Contentos," in two locations, one in the Town of Dover and the other one in Morristown. We are always striving to engage them and invest in them in order to make a difference and make their lives a little better.
We invite you to learn more and lend your support.

Other Community Outreach Services

We believe that people can thrive with access to the right resources. That is why we provide services like Form Completion, Translation services, Notary Public services, Interpretation of Letters, Phone calls to social services, government offices, doctors, etc. To help as many people as we can to have their needs met and achieve their goals. 


Learn more about our work by getting in touch with our team today.

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Hispanic Women’s Resource Center

(Centro de Empoderamiento Para la Mujer Latina)

The Hispanic Women’s Resource Center HWRC aims to help Hispanic women in the Morris County area. Our center is currently serving women from low/medium-income households through support and ed-ucation in different areas.

 

This program focuses on the development of professional skills to gain a stable work environment. Using three main objectives as a developmental base; Discover, Learn and Take over the future. Our goal is to empower Hispanic women to explore new opportu-nities in order to transform their lives and their com-munities.

 

Classes and Resources available:

• ESL, Computer, Art & Crat, and Finance

• Workshops

• Women Support and Referrals

• Resume Building

• Application Assistance

• Career Validation Counseling

 

All Services are available by appointment only

 

Contact:

Maria Rojas Botero

Hispanic Women’s Resource Center

Director

Phone: 862-244-4437

Cell: 973-910-9210

maria.rojas@mcoha.org

Get in touch today and get involved

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