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Programs and Resources

JCHA partners with dozens of local nonprofit and government organizations to offer a range of programs and resources to residents.

  • Early childhood education by Greater Bergen Community Action: To learn more and enroll visit or call 201-884-1050.

  • Comprehensive afterschool with Boys and Girls Clubs of Hudson County: To learn more and enroll, visit or contact Adam Jaeger at or (201) 333 4100, extension 304.

  • Food insecurity and nutrition services:

  • Wi-Fi connectivity, digital devices, and digital literacy classes: Click here for the latest offerings.

  • Workforce development and training: Sign up to receive workforce support  or to join our email list at Click here for the latest offerings.

  • Financial literacy workshops and one-on-one counseling: Click here for the latest offerings.

  • On-site health screenings: Click here for the latest offerings.

  • Youth development, recreational, and summer programming: Click here for the latest offerings or view our Summer Youth Program Guide.


Physical and Mental Health Resources:

General and Educational Resources:


Digital Inclusion Resources:


COVID-19 Resources and Information

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, RECE has been working closely with Jersey City Health and Human Services to offer on-site COVID-19 testing and facilitate donations and distribution of masks and hand sanitizer. RECE also collaborated with Community Food Bank of NJ to coordinate and deliver prepared meals to more than 500 senior and disabled residents weekly. Once vaccines became available, RECE again facilitated on-site vaccination events for JCHA residents in partnership with the City. RECE also conducted hundreds of wellness checks via phone in the early months of the pandemic, prioritizing senior and disabled residents.


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