Social Services

Social Services

Families and individuals in our community go without proper food, shelter, and essential medical care every day due to a variety of factors including low wages, job loss, injuries, illness, age, domestic violence, or divorce. It is our mission to help the residents in South Brunswick deal with these situations and circumstances to the best of our abilities. Crisis intervention provides immediate assistance for those in need. The Food Pantry, assistance with utility bills, rent and food certificates are some of the services we provide. An application is completed for each recipient and is updated during the year. All funds and food are provided from donations.
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****We accept online donations with a credit card****

Donations may also be mailed to:

South Brunswick Social Services

PO Box 190

Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

If you are facing eviction or foreclosure and want to get advice and learn about options for your specific situation, you can contact a HUD- approved housing counseling agency for advice.
• These organizations exist to help you learn about your options to stay in your home. The advice is free if you cannot afford to pay.
• To find a housing counseling agency near you, visit or call 800-569-4287.

I am at risk of losing my home and want to learn more about housing resources:
Individuals at risk of losing their home or who need support related to housing should visit or homeless-assistance/ or the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness at

I want to learn more about housing vouchers
Housing choice vouchers (often called Section 8 vouchers) are distributed by local public housing agencies (PHAs). To find out more about what housing vouchers are and how to access them, visit oucher_program_section_8

I am a veteran at risk of homelessness—what resources are available to me?
If you are a veteran experiencing homelessness, visit or to learn about programs for veterans experiencing or at risk of homelessness.


• If you need health care, visit
HUD Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships is here to serve you. For questions, please contact HUD Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships at 202-708-2404 or

Links for Utility Assistance:
Visit to learn about payment assistance programs, requirements, deadlines and resources.
Below, please find additional information about assistance programs.
General Information
NJ 2-1-1 Utility Assistance or 2-1-1; 800-510-3102
Low Income Assistance Programs
Universal Service Fund (USF) or 800-510-3102
Moderate Income Assistance Programs
NJ SHARES (NJS) or 866-NJSHARES (657-4273)
Senior/Disabled Adult Assistance Programs
New Jersey Lifeline or 800-792-9745

Resources and Referrals

We provide Case Management for individuals requiring assistance. When a client comes to us, we sit down, assess the situation, and find out what particular problems they are having and what assistance they may require. We will refer the client to the proper agency where they can receive the help they need. We have an extensive database of resources and referrals to steer clients in the right direction.
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