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     Say Something Anonymous Reporting System 

    Say allows you to sumbit secure and anonymous safety concerns to help identify and interveneupon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. 

    You can call the hotline at 1-844-5-SAYNOW or download the app by clicking HERE.

    Local Assistance for Families

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    Mercer County Board of Social Services offers assistance for: cash,food, medical, child support, and more. Click on this link for access to their website to learn how to sign up for services such as S.N.A.P.

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    Are you or someone you know in need of a helping hand facing food insecurity? The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen is now offering free grab and go meals at Kuser Elementary School, 70 Newkirk Avenue, Hamilton 08629, every Thursday afternoon from 4:30 pm- 6 pm.

    TASK is Hosting weekly food distribution at Kuser Elementary School

    Grab and Go Free Community Meals

    All are Welcome, Every Thursday 4:30-6:30 pm

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    Community Partnerships- Comprehensive List

    Click on this document to see a list of community organizations that may offer assistance to families.

    List of Community Partnerships

     

    Mental Health Counseling Services

    Click HERE for access to the Bridge to Balance website.

     

     The Princeton Center for MindBody Healing

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    September is National Prepardness Month!

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    September is National Preparedness Month and we all know, it is harder to play catch up then it is to prepare ahead of time. Now is as good a time as any to ensure you and your loved ones are prepared before a disaster strikes, which we all hope it never will.

    • Make a Plan – include how you plan to communicate before, during and after a disaster. If you already have a plan, make sure no changes are necessary due to COVID19
    • Build a Kit – gather supplies that will last for several days for each person in your home and your pets

    Additional Resources Available Include:

    “NJ Register Ready – New Jersey’s Special Needs Registry for Disasters” – designed specifically for residents with disabilities or access and functional needs (or their families, friends, caregivers and associates) to provide information allowing emergency responders to better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergency. To learn more, call 2-1-1 or visit registerready.nj.gov

    Courtesy of the Hamilton Township website.