Resources Available During the Coronavirus National Emergency Beginning March 2020

Resources Available During the Coronavirus National Emergency Beginning March 2020

PSEG - ALL service shut off notices have been suspended. NO utilities during this "National Emergency" managed by PSEG will be shut off. PSEG is committed to continuing to provide electricity/heat to their customers. PSE&G is deeply committed to the health and safety of our customers and employees. As such we are taking some simple precautions to do our part in helping to tackle the coronavirus.

https://nj.pseg.com/safetyandreliability/safetytips/coronavirus

Department of Education (DOE) - SCHOOL FREE & REDUCED BREAKFAST/LUNCH MEALS - Students who are receiving meals under this program will continue to do so while their school is closed in a variety of ways, "Grab & Go at school", "Bus Stop Meal Drop Off", and at "Designated Meal Pick Up Locations." Each School and district is implementing a different plan that meets the needs of the majority. Please have caregivers and students check the Department of Education website but most importantly their school/district website.https://www.state.nj.us/education/

United Way of Central Jersey (UWCJ) - 211 is available for emergencies such as food insecurities, housing, general support, etc. 

https://www.uwcj.org/nj-2-1-1-get-help-or-give-help

Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) - ****For those individuals who do not have health insurance are undocumented and need medical or mental health care the Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC's) are available. You can ask for Charity Care at these entities as well. A Search can be done by zip code or town/city name. 

https://npidb.org/organizations/ambulatory_health_care/federally-qualified-health-center-fqhc_261qf0400x/nj/