What We Do

The Morris County Organization For Hispanic Affairs works throughout the Morris County Area to ensure everyone has access to the community resources they need to become self-sufficient. Our expert teams work across different areas and departments that directly impact the live of our clients.

Proud Advocates of the Latinx Community

We proudly advocate for the Hispanics in the Morris County area and beyond through every aspect of our work, from education to legal immigration, and everything in between.

Helping Low-income Individuals

We provide help to low-income individuals and families in order to aid them in their journey to becoming self-sufficient.

Weatherizing Homes

We work closely with the State of NJ Department of Community Affairs to assist elderly, handicapped, and low-income persons in weatherizing their homes, improving their heating systems efficiency and conserving energy.

Engaging and Empowering Our Community

We are out every day, engaging and empowering the Morris County community. We provide representation, education, advocacy, and other types of support to foster community development.

Supporting Survivors of Violence

We provide crucial legal immigration services to survivors of domestic violence and other violent crimes, as well as access to other critical resources through partnerships and referrals.

Defending Immigrants' Rights

We defend immigrants of diverse ages, nationalities, and situations through legal representation and assistance, education, and advocacy.

Advocating for Children and Youth

We advocate for children and youth through immigration and family court, through education services and advocacy, and through access to direct social services and resources.

Educating Our Community

We believe that education is critical to the empowerment of individuals and the community. That is why we are committed to educating throughout different initiatives and projects.

Engaging and Investing in the Elderly

We support, advocate, and engage the elderly by creating community support groups and activities, providing support with resources and social connections.

By The Numbers

Every day, MCOHA works in courtrooms and communities to improve the lives of thousands of Latinx 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.

Contact Information

For General Inquiries or Information

95-99 Bassett Highway

Dover, NJ 07801, USA

(973) 361-7878

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Temporarily closed due to COVID-19.

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