Our community partners include the Fulfill-NJ Community Food Bank, Lunch Break, the JBJ Soul Kitchen, Monmouth County Social Services, Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey and other social service agencies and local churches. The Fulfill Mobile Food Pantry visits the campus each month and we distribute several hundred pounds of food to the community.
Interested in becoming a community partner or volunteering with partners? Student volunteers are welcomed. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
RESOURCES FOR THE WINTER SEASON
WINTER/COVID-19 ENERGY & UTILITIES ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
- NJ Statewide Assistance Programs
- American Water Company COVID-19 Resources
- Jersey Central Power & Light Assistance Programs
- New Jersey Natural Gas Energy Assistance
Community Agencies that Provide Help for Rental Assistance
NJ Unemployment Insurance
NJ-Human Services-SNAP-Resources for College Students
NJ Natural Gas Energy Assistance Program
Monmouth Resource Net
New Jersey to Launch Online Grocery Shopping for SNAP Recipients
DACA Covid 19 resources for undocumented and uninsured fact sheet
Visiting Nurse Association Community Health Center
Information for renters and homeowners
Mental Health and Wellness Counseling
United Way Monmouth-Ocean County:
NJ Council of County Colleges Covid-19 Health Resources
NEWS update: Governor Murphy signs executive order about higher education
NEWS update: Fulfill-NJ Launches New Text System to Find Food Pantries!
Free Mobile Support
The following mobile services will be on the Lincroft campus the third Tuesday of every month from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Look for it in Parking Lot 3. Please enter and exit the campus via 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ.
The “HOPE One” mobile outreach vehicle has been developed for the purpose of bringing addiction and recovery support and educational services directly to the local communities in Monmouth County, through Certified Peer Recovery Specialists. The Monmouth County Sheriff ’s Office, in partnership with members of mental health professions, seek to provide access to recovery and support services free of cost to community members that may need direction and/or are seeking help in combatting addictions of any type.
The Fulfill Mobile Pantry distributes food in locations that are not well-served by pantries. Clients can go to these sites to receive non-perishable food, as well as fresh produce and baked goods.
Hackensack Meridian Health Van brings Medical Services at NO COST.
HIV Rapid 1 Minute Test
Stroke Risk Assessment
Blood Glucose (checks for elevated sugar in the blood)
Diabetes Risk Assessment & Cholesterol Screening
Education: PrEP & PEP (information)
Additional Services: Food Insecurity, Housing, Domestic Violence