Who We Are
We at the Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs know that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. That's why we work hard to improve the lives of more than 12,000 of Morris County’s Hispanic and low-income residents every year, by providing direct social and legal services, and client advocacy.
Every day, around the neighborhoods of the Morris County area and in immigration courthouses, we provide direct services and advocate for the rights of Hispanic and low-income families and individuals.
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MCOHA’s vision clearly states the values we live daily and why we will never give up on them: to inspire hope and community integration, and to help build a community that promotes cultural heritage while ensuring that everyone is respected, self-sufficient, and engaged in making a difference. This vision and the pressing need to create a community filled with hope and respect for all is a driving force in how we communicate with our clients and the reason that our advocacy is critical today more than ever if we want to ensure our community feels respected and part of its change. I could not be prouder to continue to lead this work and to push forward for those who need us the most.”
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Helping Low-income Individuals
We provide help to low-income individuals and families in order to aid them in their journey to becoming self-sufficient.
We work closely with the State of NJ Department of Community Affairs to assist elderly, handicapped, and low-income persons in weatherizing their homes, improving their heating systems efficiency and conserving energy.
Engaging and Empowering Our Community
We are out every day, engaging and empowering the Morris County community. We provide representation, education, advocacy, and other types of support to foster community development.
Supporting Survivors of Violence
We provide crucial legal immigration services to survivors of domestic violence and other violent crimes, as well as access to other critical resources through partnerships and referrals.