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The thegrwdb.org has been updated with unemployment and benefits information released by the state. We thought you might find this information helpful as well.
Because of the Coronavirus situation, the Greater Raritan One-Stop Career Training Service Centers at 6 Gauntt Place in Flemington and 27 Warren St. in Somerville are closed to in-person visits. Staff will continue to assist customers over the phone and via email. Customers are asked to call 908-541-5780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
While the Greater Raritan One-Stop Career Center at 75 Veterans Memorial Drive in Somerville is open to the public at this time, in-person Unemployment Insurance services have been temporarily suspended at this and all other New Jersey One-Stop Centers.
Customers who need to file new claims are asked to apply online at https://myunemployment.nj.gov.
Customers unable to access the Internet should call the following numbers: North Jersey, 201-601-4100; Central Jersey, 732-761-2020; Southern Jersey: 856-507-2340.
This attachment posted by the state reviews different benefit scenarios for those impacted by COV-19.
On Monday, Gov. Phil Murphy issued Executive Order 103 which modifies some requirements for WorkFirst New Jersey (WFNJ) and the New Jersey Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP), in an effort to limit the spread of the virus.
Effective immediately, all applicants for WFNJ and NJ SNAP benefits are encouraged to file online at www.NJHelps.org; if the applicant or recipients requests a face-to-face meeting, County Welfare Agencies must accommodate the request. All WFNJ and NJ SNAP appointments are moving to telephone interviews, including eligibility and redetermination appointments, and child support interviews.
In addition, the redetermination period for March and April has been extended 60 days; work activity requirements for NJ SNAP and WFNJ customers have been temporarily suspended; and the sanction process for WFNJ recipients and the disqualification for NJ SNAP recipients have been temporarily suspended.
Hunterdon County Coronavirus updates are available on the county website here.
Somerset County Coronavirus updates are available on the county website here.
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Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS)
COVID19 PowerPoint - Guidance Documents, Common Questions and Important Resources:
NJ Department of Human Services
COVID19 Webpage with information for all DHS Departments, including Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Division of Developmental Disability, Division of Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and NJ Family Care/Medicaid
NJ Department of Health Information
Communicable Disease Service Webpage:
NJ Department of Health COVID19 Hotline 800-222-1222 and 800-962-1253
Email address for COVID19 questions: NCOV@doh.nj.gov
Contact Information for all local Health Departments in NJ: http://localhealth.nj.gov
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Information:
CDC Coronavirus main webpage:
As of March 19th and according with Community Child Care Solutions, Inc.
these are the only providers in Somerset County that are opened.
Capacity may be limited. Every day is different now.
Please call them directly for more information.
Apples and Books Learning Center
1036 US-202, Branchburg, NJ 08876
Blooming Hearts child Development Center
313 Triangle Rd, Hillsborough Township, NJ 08844
Childtime of Bedminster
1 Bradford Rd, Bedminster, NJ 07921
250 US-202, Somerville, NJ 08876
KinderCare at Branchburg
212 Raritan Valley College Dr, Somerville, NJ 08876
Steller Academy at Bridgewater
757 US-206, Bridgewater Township, NJ 08807
Steller Academy at Hillsborough
51 US-206, Hillsborough Township, NJ 08844
The Learning Experience of Montgomery
2176 US-206, Montgomery, NJ 08502
The Learning Experience
345 Auten Rd, Hillsborough Township, NJ 08844
The Career and Life Transitions Center - Norwescap is offering remote learning opportunities available that may be beneficial to recipients who qualify as a displaced homemaker: people who stayed at home caring for family members and depended on the income of another family member and that income is no longer available, then they may be a displaced homemaker and may be eligible for all of their services to help them gain economic self-sufficiency. Here some flyers for a few of their new virtual classes and education grant opportunities. Questions, please contact Assistant Director of the Career and Life Transitions Center, Libby Haynes at email@example.com or call 908-835-2624.