Aging, Disabilities & Community Programming

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Interested Community Residents: The Morris County Office on Aging, Disabilities and Community Programming is holding a public meeting to discuss the spending plan for the 2025 Area Plan Contract under The Older Americans Act.

The meeting will be held at the Rockaway Nutrition Site, Pleasant View Village 221 Mt. Pleasant Ave. Rockaway NJ 07866, on Friday, June 7, 2024, at 11:00am. You may also participate in this hearing virtually.

For more information, please visit: Advisory Council on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans

If you need additional information or wish to receive documents that will be reviewed at the hearing, contact Maria Rosario, Morris County Office on Aging, Disabilities & Community Programming, (973) 285-6847, Monday through Friday, between 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.

Comments may also be mailed to Morris County Office on Aging, Disabilities & Community Programming, P.O. Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963-0900, or email to [email protected]. Comments must be received by May 31, 2024.


We provide information, referrals and direct client assistance for older adults, persons with disabilities, veterans and caregivers.


Many of these services are provided by our office, State and County Agencies, and in partnership with non-profit and community organizations.

The Morris County Board of County Commissioners, the Older Americans Act, and the State of New Jersey are responsible for much of the funding for these programs.

More Resources 

  • Technical assistance and public speakers are available for local organizations.
  • The Aging & Disability Resource Connection provides a “one-door” access to services that will help people age in place in New Jersey. View the state guide.
  • Call (800) 564-4656 or (877) 222-3737 to get information on a variety of services for individuals and caregivers designed to foster the independence and dignity of Morris County citizens in need of assistance. 
  • Download and print our Resource Directory(PDF, 459KB).
  • Download and print the NJ State Resource Directory(PDF, 5MB).