COVID-19 Child Care
Tuition Assistance Program
Eligible families in need of assistance as schools begin to open up for remote learning can apply for this assistance by completing the online application at www.ChildCareNJ.gov. Those applying will need proof of income and a notice or announcement from their child’s school of a remote learning schedule.
Visit https://www.ecsmallbiz.org/ for the latest information provided by The Department of Human Services office.
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This program can help with housing payments beginning March 2020 through December 2020. Household income cannot exceed 450% of the Federal Poverty Level and their inability to pay must be for a reason related to Covid-19. CHAP can also assist those with an undocumented immigration status.
Applicants should apply online at: https://nj.gov/
Applications will be processed until funding is exhausted or no later than December 18, 2020, whichever happens sooner.
There is a press release below and attached flyers (in English and Spanish) detailing the program guidelines and instructions to apply. Also attached is a copy of the 2020/2021 Ocean County Housing Resources Booklet and the 2020 Ocean, Atlantic and Cape May Point in Time Count of the Homeless.
UCC is grateful for the partnership with NJPRF continuously supporting moving the community forward in difficult situations. The information below is to assist agencies and individuals in need during the COVID Pandemic.
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To ensure the safety of the community, UCC is moving quickly to promote and enable a policy of social distancing. With that being said, face coverings are required at all sites and events.
For further information on COVID-19 prevention and national updates , follow the links below
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