You want to do what is best for you and your family, but it can be tough. If you are new to the U.S., don’t speak English very well, or have a low-paying job, it can be hard to provide for your family or be part of the Morris County community.
MCOHA is here to help. We work to improve the lives of Morris County’s Hispanic and low-income residents by providing direct social services and client advocacy. Our caring, dedicated staff will work with you in a compassionate, friendly way to help you get the services and support you need to become a self-sufficient and respected community member. We also offer health screenings and health literacy training so that you can keep your family healthy.
MCOHA offers a variety of education and legal support services that enable you to build a better life for you and your family. We offer courses such as computer training and English as a Second Language (ESL) that can help you get good-paying jobs. Our Center for Citizenship and Legal Immigration can advise and guide you through an often long and confusing immigration process. You and your family members can become U.S. citizens who are fully functioning, contributing members of our communities.