Leaders across New Jersey are working tirelessly to ensure our communities are safe and secure during this crisis. They are also expanding access to critical healthcare services and providing additional financial resources for families and small businesses. We are all in this together.

On April 27th, Governor Murphy announced a plan to restart New Jersey and put our state on the road to recovery. Read his plan here: The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health Through Public Health

Here are some helpful links to state and federal resources:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: COVID-19:

List of NJ testing sites:

NJ residents may speak with a healthcare professional at 1-800-962-1253, or for general information call 211. Text NJCOVID to 898-211.

Apply for unemployment benefits in NJ:

Search for available jobs in NJ:

If you have lost your job and health insurance, enroll in the ACA within the first 60 days of losing coverage:

NJ loans and grants for small businesses:

Small Business Administration Federal Cares Act Grants and Loans:

Small Business Administration Disaster Assistance:

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

New Jersey’s 24-hour statewide domestic violence hotline: 1-800-601-7200

Survivors and their loved ones can also find support locally through New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault:

NJ Vote by Mail:

All other questions about resources in NJ:

Food Pantries:

– Monmouth County: Lunch Break; Red Bank, NJ  (732) 747-8577

– Ocean County: Calvary Lighthouse; Lakewood, NJ  (732) 924-1541

– Mercer County: Trenton Area Soup Kitchen; Trenton, NJ  (609) 695-5456