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Get The Help You Need

Please Note: During this unprecedented crisis created by the outbreak of COVID-19, the Morris County for Hispanic Affairs continues to be committed to serving our clients. Although our physical locations are closed in accordance with the Governor's order, we remain open for business remotely. For more information, click here.

Our Services

MCOHA is committed to educating our community. Our current education projects include Citizenship Classes and Attorney Forums and Workshops 

Access community resources available to those in need and get relevant information about the current situation.

Get access to low-cost immigration consultations and services, including Family Petitions, Asylum, Citizenship/Naturalization, Assistance for Unaccompanied minors with removal proceedings, Assistance for victims of Domestic Violence, and other violent crimes, and more.

We offer free transportation to and from doctor's appointments, social services appointments, our offices, and other services in the Morris County Area.

Apply to our available programs and get help with your energy bills: LIHEAP, USF, Lifeline, PAGE, Gift of Warmth, TRUE, NJ Shares.

Get State funding for insulation of Attics, floors, and walls; replacement or repair of heating systems; weather stripping or caulking to increase the energy efficiency of your home.

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

The new JFA program works to ensure children and the youth get the educational and emotional support they need outside of their classroom setting.

Important Things To Know

Everyone can and should get tested for COVID-19, regardless of their immigration status.

All residential evictions and foreclosures are suspended during this crisis.

Resources to help you are available through the State of New Jersey.

Resources are also available for Undocumented people during the COVID-19 crisis.

Calculate easily if you are eligible to receive your stimulus check, and how much you should expect

If you lost your job  as a result of COVID-19, you can apply for unemployment:

USCIS will be closed until at least May 3, 2020.

Payments to federal student loans will automatically stop from March 13, 2020, through Sept. 30, 2020

If you lost your job or had hours reduced as a result of COVID-19, you can search for a new one:

Get Financial Assistance through the Alice Recovery Fund.

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