We Are Open For Business. At MCOHA, we are always committed to helping the Morris County Community, and that is especially true during these difficult times. Although our physical offices are closed in accordance with the Governor's order, we remain open for business remotely.
Clients in need of assistance can continue to call our main number (973) 366-4770 and leave a voicemail. One of our team members will contact us as soon as possible. We are also reachable through email, social media, and through our website.
Our Center for Citizenship and Legal Immigration continues to provide video and over-the-phone consultations, as well as remote form completion. Request a consultation here.
Home Energy Assistance is open until July 31. Emergencies are being accepted and processed if you already applied. Apply for Energy Assistance here.
If you are unable to get through at first, please be patient as we work to improve our ability to assist you while working remotely.
Important Things To Know
Calculate easily if you are eligible to receive your stimulus check, and how much you should expect
Payments to federal student loans will automatically stop from March 13, 2020, through Sept. 30, 2020
If you lost your job or had hours reduced as a result of COVID-19, you can search for a new one:
Know Your Rights
COVID-19 Information for Clients
During this unprecedented health crisis created by the outbreak of COVID-19, staying informed of your rights is more important than ever.
USCIS IS CLOSED UNTIL AT LEAST 05/03
IMPORTANT RESOURCES & THINGS TO KNOW
1. Undocumented and other benefit-seeking immigrants can get tested and treated for the COVID-19 without triggering USCIS' Public Charge rule. LEARN MORE
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