Hackensack NJ Welfare Programs and Statistics

Want to learn more about helpful government programs that Hackensack residents may qualify for? Search over 600 benefit programs available from various government agencies all in one location.

Most Popular Hackensack, New Jersey Benefits

New Jersey FamilyCare (NJFC)
New Jersey Food Stamp Program
New Jersey Head Start
New Jersey Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
New Jersey Medicaid Program
New Jersey School Breakfast and Lunch Program
New Jersey Special Milk Program
New Jersey Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
New Jersey Summer Food Service
New Jersey Unemployment Insurance
New Jersey Weatherization Assistance Program
New Jersey Work First (WFNJ)

Hackensack, New Jersey Head Start Office Locations

2 Head Start Office Locations in Hackensack, NJ

Hack- 40P Head Start 40 Passaic St Hackensack, NJ 07601 (201) 525-1600
Hack-291 Head Start/CDC 291 2nd St Hackensack, NJ 07601 (201) 342-2936

Other Help & Aid Resources in Hackensack, New Jersey

Hackensack, New Jersey welfare resources are available through different outlets. Find the nearest location and make contact with a community outreach center today.

Abortion Alternatives-Brthrght 19 W Pleasant Ave, Maywood, NJ (201) 845-4646
Advance Housing Inc 100 1st St # 203, Hackensack, NJ (201) 498-9140
Alhuda Foundation 35 W Demarest Ave, Englewood, NJ (201) 569-8123
Awca 9 Genesee Ave, Teaneck, NJ (201) 862-9111
Bergen County Community Action 241 Moore St, Hackensack, NJ (201) 968-0200
Bergen County Community Action 67 Orchard St, Hackensack, NJ (201) 488-5100
Bergen County Community Family 40 Passaic St # 1A, Hackensack, NJ (201) 488-2525
Bergen County Housing Coalition 389 Main St # 215, Hackensack, NJ (201) 488-6767
Bergen County Office-Children 1 Bergen County Plz # 2, Hackensack, NJ (201) 336-7150
Bergen Family Center 10 Banta Pl # 2, Hackensack, NJ (201) 342-9200
Bergen Family Center 44 Armory St, Englewood, NJ (201) 568-0817
Borough of Elmwood Park: Welfare Department 182 Market St, Elmwood Park, NJ (201) 796-1053
Borough of Hasbrouck Heights: Welfare Director 248 Hamilton Ave, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ (201) 288-7340
Cadet Corps 370 W Pleasantview Ave # 202, Hackensack, NJ (201) 441-9144
Carlstadt Borough Welfare Division 500 Madison St, Carlstadt, NJ (201) 460-3978
Catholic Charities Diocese 476 17th Ave, Paterson, NJ (973) 523-4456
Catholic Charities-Archdiocese 4111 Broadway, New York, NY (212) 795-6860
Center For Family Support Nj 71 Zabriskie St, Hackensack, NJ (201) 678-0370
Center For Food Action Inc 21 Church St, Elmwood Park, NJ (201) 703-9857
Center For Food Action 192 W Demarest Ave # 4, Englewood, NJ (201) 569-1804
Child Welfare Organization 80 E 110th St # 1E, New York, NY (212) 348-3000
Childrens Aid & Family Services 240 Frisch Ct, Paramus, NJ (201) 226-0300
Childrens Aid & Family Services 200 Robin Rd, Paramus, NJ (201) 261-2800
Colleen Giblin Foundation 690 Kinderkamack Rd # 104, Oradell, NJ (201) 262-2463
Community Action-Independent 155 Poor St, Hackensack, NJ (201) 342-1084

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