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The Division of Community & Behavioral Health Services and the Human Services Administrative Office are located at 1 Medical Drive, Morris Plains, NJ 07950.

Public transportation is available via the OTA-Medical Drive Shuttle or NJ Transit Bus Route 873.

Morris County Urges Residents to Report Social Security Phone Scams

The Morris County Department of Human Services is urging county residents to take advantage of a new dedicated online form set up by the federal government at https://oig.ssa.gov to report Social Security-related scams.

These scams, in which fraudulent callers mislead victims into making cash or gift card payments to avoid arrest for purported Social Security number problems, skyrocketed over the past year to become the number one type of fraud reported to the Federal Trade Commission and the Social Security Administration.

Learn more about reporting social security phone scams.

Human Services Administrative Office New Location

Effective August 6, 2019, the Human Services Administrative Office will be moving from the Morris View Healthcare Center and relocating to the Central Avenue Complex, 1 Medical Drive, Morris Plains. Our emails, phone numbers and fax number will remain the same. Get directions to all Human Services offices.

Navigating Hope – Bringing Services to You

Don’t know where to start? Navigating Hope brings services to you. Navigating Hope will offer on-site benefits eligibility screenings and application assistance, as well as linkage to other community services. Learn more about this new mobile outreach initiative!

New and Improved Veterans Page

Veterans ID card exampleMorris County veterans: Take a look at our brand new Veterans page. We’ve included information that you requested, including the Morris County Veterans ID program, how to apply for a distinguished service medal, information about veterans organizations in Morris County, and more!

Have any comments or concerns? Please send us your feedback.

2019 Point-in-Time Count

On Wednesday, January 23, Morris County conducted a Point-In-Time Count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless the night of January 22. The results of this endeavor, led by local agencies and volunteers, will guide efforts to end homelessness.

To facilitate this process a countywide training was held Friday, January 11, tools of which, can be accessed below.

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Guides

NJSave – New One-Stop, Online Application for Older New Jerseyans to Access Benefits

The Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Division of Aging Services has launched NJSave, a new online application to help older residents with low-incomes and individuals with disabilities save money on Medicare premiums, prescription costs, and other living expenses.

NJSave allows individuals to use a single online application to check their eligibility for various savings and assistance programs, such as Medicare Savings Programs, which help eligible individuals pay their Medicare premiums and copays; New Jersey’s Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD), which helps save money on prescription drug costs; and the Lifeline Utility Assistance Program.

Access NJSave today! Get more information from the New Jersey Division of Aging Services.

We Need Your Input on Mental Health and Addiction Services

Have you ever used any Morris County services for mental health, drug or alcohol addiction treatment and recovery? We need your input!

Every four years, each county in NJ prepares a County Comprehensive Plan (CCP) for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Support Services. The purpose of the CCP is to identify needs and gaps within the service system in order to allocate resources and develop service priorities and programs to address those needs.

Fill out our survey to let us know where gaps in treatment are. The results of the survey will be compiled and summarized by county staff in the development of the CCP.

Morris County ID Card Program

A partnership of the Morris County Sheriff’s Office and the Morris County Department of Human Services

We provide Morris County Identification Cards for Morris County residents ages 18 – 54 who may not have a driver’s license or just want another form of identification. These cards are used for identification purposes only and may not be accepted by certain agencies that require a state ID (such as a driver’s license). Get more information and apply for an ID card.