General information from the State of New Jersey about COVID-19.
The New Jersey Division of Unemployment Insurance enables individuals to file a new unemployment claim or to check the status of a claim already filed.
A list of job opportunities from State of New Jersey. Below, is a link to the NJ Job Portal:
NJ 2-1-1 – a 24-hour resource for people who are in need of basic human needs assistance.
NJ Helps for individuals who are in need of food, cash or health assistance programs: Supplemental Food Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families(TANF) and NJ Family Care:
Updated COVID-19 Information about SNAP and Work First NJ/TANF:
Information regarding NJ Familycare health insurance. Eligible individuals may be able to receive health insurance through NJ Familycare.
The New Jersey Department of Human Services information page about COVID-19:
The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency have counselors available to help homeowners or renters who are concerned about foreclosure or eviction.
The State of NJ COVID-19 information page for businesses:
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has important information about various assistance programs for businesses.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s eligibility wizard helps businesses determine which assistance program is best for their business.
The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance has information for individuals who are struggling to pay the mortgage; as well as, information about health insurance, student loan relief, and telemedicine questions.
The Food Bank of South Jersey has a list of food pantries. Individuals can use an easy zip code locator to find nearby food pantries.
Camden County Division of Senior and Disabled Services continues to deliver meals to those in need. Please call 856-374-MEAL for meal assistance.
Gloucester County Division of Senior Services is helping seniors who are in need of meal assistance. Please call 856-384-6900 for meal assistance.
Mayor Jamila Odom Bremmer