Adult Day Care Center
Morris View Complex
W. Hanover Ave.,
Hanover Township
(973) 326-7289 or (973) 326-7288

Offers adults over 18 who need some daytime supervision with a “home away from home” where they may spend one day or more per week enjoying activities and friendship under trained supervision. Provided by Family Service of Morris County.

Adult Protective Services
(973) 326-7282

Aids those over the age of 18 who are unable to act on their own behalf and who are at risk of abuse, exploitation or neglect.

Aging, Disabilities & Community Programming
340 W. Hanover Ave.
Morris Township

Provides information, referrals and direct client assistance for senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and care givers. Technical assistance and public speakers are available for local organizations.

Community & Behavioral Health Services
1 Medical Drive
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
(973) 285-6852

Plans, develops, provides and monitors a coordinated services delivery system targeted toward at-risk youth, substance abuse/mental health and human service initiatives.  The Office of Community Development serves the 39 municipalities of Morris County through its administration of the Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships and Emergency Solutions Grant.

Employment and Training Services
1 Medical Drive
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
(973) 285-6880

Formerly the Offices of Workforce Development, this division provides a full range of employment services including resume development, use of computers, fax and copy machines, telephones, job search assistance, job referrals and academic and vocational skills training for adults and dislocated workers. Youth programs providing GED preparation, pre-employment training, basic skills remediation, occupational skills training, work experience and support services are also available for economically disadvantaged youth ages 16-24.

Juvenile Detention Center
(973) 285-2959

Short-term facility to detain juveniles charged with committing a criminal violation, or who have been sentenced to the Center for a maximum of 60 days by the Family Court.

Juvenile Firesetter Prevention Program
(973) 285-6850

Addresses the problem of juvenile firesetting through fire safety prevention and intervention. Goals include reducing the number of fires set and reducing the risk of recidivism to provide a safer community.

Nutrition Project
(973) 285-6857

Manages 15 Midday Friendship sites throughout the county providing social activities, educational programs, and nutritious, hot noontime and home delivered meals for senior citizens.

Office of Temporary Assistance
Main Office, 340 West Hanover Ave., Morris Township
(973) 326-7800

Provides a variety of financial, medical and social services to persons/families who meet certain criteria, depending on family size, monthly income and assets/resources. These include Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, General Assistance, Food Stamps, Medicaid and NJ KIDCARE.

Office for the Disabled
340 W. Hanover Ave.
Morris Township
(973) 285-6855

Provides information & referral, case management, Manages the Personal Assistance Services program, which enables persons with disabilities to attend school, maintain employment and volunteer in the community.

Office of Veterans Services
540 W. Hanover Ave.
(973) 285-6866

Provides information, referral and general advocacy to county veterans and their families.

Youth Shelter
(973) 285-2970

A temporary, out-of-home placement for juveniles determined to be “in-crisis” by the Family Court. The shelter has an integrated program of education, recreation and social activities, with individual and family counseling as ordered by the courts.