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.
Veterans Resource Directory
Download the new Veterans Resource Directory for information about benefits, housing, transportation, and other services vital to Morris County’s veterans. Thank you for your service!
2018 Funding Available
Funding applications are available through the Morris County Department of Human Services, due on June 30. Anticipated 2018 funding is intended for the provision of services identified within Morris County planning documents.
New Office of Temporary Assistance Open in Dover
Morris County has opened a new OTA office in Dover to better serve our constituents across the county.
375 E. McFarlan St., Dover, NJ
2017 Housing and Urban Development Funding Applications Now Available
The Morris County Continuum of Care, a local planning committee charged with the responsibility of reducing the incidence of homelessness in Morris County, has begun the process for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 2017 Continuum of Care Application.
Applications are now online. Get more information and apply.
NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line
The NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line was established by the Mental Health Association of NJ to support two distinct groups across the state of New Jersey: those concerned with their own opiate use; and, those who are experiencing distress related to the opiate use of a friend or family member. Call 855-652-3737 or visit www.njconnectforrecovery.org.
Apply Online for Temporary Assistance
The Morris County Office of Temporary Assistance would like to encourage clients to apply online for assistance programs. The Office of Temporary Assistance is experiencing longer wait times than in the past and this online application can be completed at home or anywhere (Library) that internet access exists.
Whether you apply online or in person your application will be processed in approximately 30 days. Applying online will avoid a client waiting to be seen at the Office of Temporary Assistance.