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Frankford Township New Jersey

151 Route 206

Frankford Township Human/Social Services Resources

While these are not official municipal services, we have included links on this page that residents may find useful. Frankford Township is not responsible for any content on these linked pages. Links were valid at time of posting. Please let us know if any of these listing are no longer live nor maintained.

Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services

One Spring Street
Newton, N.J. 07860
Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: 973-579-0559
Fax: 973-579-9894
Click here to go the the Department of Health and Human Services website.

Quick Guide to Common Crises

Not sure where to go for help? See the Quick Guide to Common Crises webpage on the Sussex County website


Benny's Bodega

Benny's Bodega serves Sussex County and the immediate area. Their mission is to be a community hub pioneering support for A.L.I.C.E. (Asset. Limited. Income. Constrained. Employed.) senior, and veteran populations. The Bodega offers a unique freedom to shop and select basic needs items free of charge in a warm and friendly environment. See Benny's Bodega Website.

Harvest House Food Pantry

Harvest House is a division of SCARC. There are two locations: Hamburg and Hampton. See Harvest House Food Pantry Flyer.


Health Newsletter

The Sussex County Division of Health publishes a free monthly newsletter full of health tips. Click here for the latest issue.


Senior Times Newsletter

The Division of Senior Services of the Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services publishes a free senior-focused monthly newsletter chock full of news, tips, events, and more. See the latest issue of the Senior Times newsletter.


Assistance Available for Veterans Facing Housing Crisis

Family Promise of Sussex County is pleased to announce that we have secured funding specifically to support Veterans in our local community. This funding aims to alleviate the financial burden associated with housing by providing assistance with rent, utilities, and other essential needs.

If you or someone you know is a Veteran currently experiencing housing challenges, we encourage you to contact Family Promise of Sussex County at 973-579-1180. Our compassionate team is ready to provide support and explore how we can best assist you during this difficult time. See flyer.


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