COVID-19 Resource Directory

Helpful Documents

Information on Department of Labor Family First Bill

Information on SNAP Benefits

Information on Mortgage Relief 

Vaccination Appointment Assistance

NJ Vaccine Matchmakers through the charity WGirls is a group that has assisted with scheduling over 20,000 people in New Jersey for COVID-19 vaccinations.

With the expansion of vaccine eligibility on Monday, they are anticipating having many parents looking to get their 16 and 17 year old children vaccinated.  They can be assigned to a volunteer simply by completing this form.

Only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for 16 and 17 year olds (not Moderna which is 18+), and only some sites administer Pfizer.  

FEMA Funeral Cost Assistance

FEMA’s IA Program is being utilized to support funeral expenses relative to COVID beginning April 12th. FEMA will be accepting applications starting Monday, April 12th. To apply individuals must call 844-684-6333  Supporting documentation will be sent in via fax, mail or uploaded. The FEMA website has been updated to include this information, plus the policy and FAQ docs

Assistance for Renters

Executive Order No. 106 states that any lessee, tenant, homeowner or any other person shall not be removed from a residential property as the result of an eviction or foreclosure proceeding. Executive Order 128 states that a renter is entitled to use their security deposit to pay rent if necessary. If you are at risk of eviction or are concerned about paying rent, use this online eviction moratorium information and question tool to see your rights and what assistance programs are available. In addition, if you are facing eviction or potential foreclosure, contact a housing counselor immediately through this online directory or by calling 1-800-NJ-HOUSE.

Work Assistance

Businesses across New Jersey are looking to hire thousands of workers, including those who lost their jobs or have had hours reduced as a result of COVID-19.
Looking for work?
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Food Assistance

Meals On Wheels

290 Broad Street Summit, NJ 07901

Phone: 908-273-5554

Email Meals on Wheels  


GRACE’s Pantry

561 Springfield Avenue Summit, NJ 07901

Phone: 917-517-3203 


Shield of Summit

Assistance with groceries and prescriptions for Summit’s elderly and immune compromised.

Phone: 908-605-0014

Email Shield of Summit



Housing Assistance

Family Promise 

71 Summit Avenue Summit, NJ 07901

Phone: 908- 273-1100



Financial Assistance

NJ Division of Labor

Website on Unemployment

Website on Earned Sick Leave


United Way of Greater Union County


Health Related

Overlook (Atlantic Health System)

COVID-19 Hotline - Staffed by RNs

862-260-3199


New Jersey Department of Health

24 Hour Hotline - Health Care Professionals answering COVID-19 Questions

1-800-222-1222


NJ Department of Health 


Suicide Prevention/Substance Abuse

NJ Department of Health


National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Phone: 800-273-8255


National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) Resource Guide


Stress Management Information


NJ Office of Emergency Management Registry for Special Needs


Sage Eldercare Services for Union County Residents


Utilities

JCP&L

PSE&G


Volunteer Opportunities

Senior Assistance

Adopt a Family


Bridges Outreach


Summit Downtown Business Directory


Mayor Nora Radest 

Mayor Nora Radest’s office hours by appointment only by calling 908-516-8077 or emailing Mayor Radest.

Storytime with Mayor Radest will take place Monday to Friday at10AM on Verizon channel 33 and Comcast channel 36 and can be accessed anytime on the City of Summit YouTube channel.  


Union County COVID-19 Resources and Information