Weatherizing Homes

At MCOHA, we work tirelessly to help make sure that the basic needs of low-income individuals and families are being met. We work closely with the State of New Jersey to assist elderly, handicapped, and low-income persons in weatherizing their homes, improving their heating systems efficiency and conserving energy. Through our state-funded Weatherization program, our team is able to inspect the homes of low-income individuals and make repairs and replacements of heating systems and insulations to make sure they are energy efficient. Ultimately, this saves them money on energy costs.

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Every day, in immigration courthouses and around the neighborhoods of the Morris County area, we advocate for the rights of Hispanic and low-income families and individuals.

Saving Them Money On Heating Costs

Through our state-funded Weatherization program, our team is able to inspect the homes of low-income individuals and provide them with services to make their homes more energy-efficient. These services may include insulation of attic, floors, and walls, replacement or repairs of heating systems, and weather stripping or caulking. Ultimately, this saves them money on energy costs. 

Insulating Attics, Floors, and Walls

Our expert team works tirelessly every day to help low-income families and individuals stay warm, which is especially essential during the wintertime. Through our free program, eligible candidates are able to receive improvement, repairs, and or replacement of insulation and window units to increase the home temperature retainment and energy efficiency.

Repairing or Replacing Heating Systems

This heating improvement program provides low-income families assistance in reducing their energy bills by upgrading, repairing, and or replacing heating and central air conditioning systems.

Prioritizing Elderly, Handicapped, and Low-Income Individuals

Income inequality can have a real and tangible impact on living situations, and this gap can be especially significant for the elderly, handicapped, and very low-income families and individuals. That is why MCOHA is working on the front lines to help minimize that gap. We are able to provide assistance and make a positive impact on over $12,000 people every year.

By The Numbers

Every day, MCOHA works in courtrooms and communities to improve the lives of thousands of Low-income individuals and families in Morris County and beyond, every year. Our direct approach to provide representation and access to legal and social services allows us to understand the everchanging needs of our clients — providing us with a unique perspective from which to begin tackling the systemic barriers that keep them from thriving.

12,000+

Low-income families helped each year through our Home Energy Assistance and Weatherization Departments 

500+

Consultations made every year through our Center For Citizenship and Legal Immigration.

50+

Children and Senior Citizens engaged every year through our Justice For All program and through our Senior Citizens Group "Corazones Contentos"

A contribution to MCOHA is about more 

than money.

With every donation, you can be part of making a difference in the lives of thousands of Latinx and Low-Income individuals by providing access to essential resources like food, keeping their homes safe and warm, and achieving their goals to become self-sufficient.

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95-99 Bassett Highway

Dover, NJ 07801, USA

(973) 361-7878

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