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Assistance & Services
Affordable Care Act
Get more information about the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Child Health Conferences
Well Baby Clinics (Child Health Conferences) are health clinics conducted every month and are provided for infants, pre-school, and school-age children (1 month through 18 years of age).
Housing Stability Services
The Housing Stability Coalition (a group of agencies that assist families in need of housing, at-risk of eviction or who are homeless) created a Community Wide Intake for residents in need of housing assistance supports.
The department has collaborated with the local Police Department and non-profit organizations to address the needs and challenges of the under-represented communities in Princeton. Since 2013, the focus of this work has been revising current municipal directives and ordinances to address the challenges faced by our immigrant population such as Wage Theft, Tuition Equality, creating a Welcoming Community, and building trust between the immigrant groups and the local police.
The Princeton Human Services office will assist Princeton residents with applying for General Assistance, NJ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Benefits and Medicaid. General Assistance, SNAP Benefits and Medicaid are administered through Mercer County Board of Social Services.
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Clinic
The Health and Human Services departments coordinate service delivery of Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) services to Princeton residents. WIC is provided by the New Jersey Children's Home Society.