Find out if you are eligible for government benefits by filling out a survey with questions about where you live, your employment status, your income, your health, etc.
|Website||USA.gov's National Contact Center at 1-800-FED-INFO (1-800-333-4636), Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.|
|Burlington County Animal Shelter||
Check their updated database of adorable pets up for adoption. Find out how to volunteer your time and supplies to the shelter.
35 Academy Drive
|Burlington County Clerk||
Obtain information about civil unions, election services, and public records.
|Website||Phone: 609-265-5122 ; Fax: 609-265-0696|
|Burlington County Health Department||
Your access to local health information and screenings, including free Communicable Disease testing.
|Burlington County Housing||
County housing programs, such as information for first-time home buyers.
For affordable housing, see the NJ Housing Resource Center.
|Burlington County Human Services||Website||609-265-5072|
|Burlington County Job Seekers||
The Burlington County American Job Center provides job search assistance, career counseling, workshops and training, and more. Part of the Human Services Facility.
|Burlington County Military and Veteran's Services||
Burlington County Department of Military and Veteran's Services serves active duty personnel and veterans. Services include benefits, transportation, veteran ID cards, medal applications, counseling, and more.
|Burlington County Recycling and Waste Management||
Need the dates for recycling pick-up? Not sure how to properly dispose of waste?
Find out what you can and cannot recycle by visiting the County’s Recycling page.
Curbside Recycling Hotline
|Burlington County Sheriff’s Department||
Fingerprinting services, foreclosure listings, child safety seat inspection, traffic safety programs, and more.
|Burlington County Social Security Office||
Visit the Social Security Office in Burlington County.
|Website||Toll-Free 1-800-772-1213; TTY 1-800-325-0778|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||
This site covers a wide range of health topics from disease outbreaks to preventative measures and healthy living.
|Website||800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636); TTY: 888-232-6348|
The main county government website for Burlington County, NJ.
|Electronic Waste Disposal||
Going beyond paper and plastic, find out how to dispose, recycle, or donate e-waste (such as old computers) by visiting these state and federal websites.
|Federal Government Forms||
A listing of government forms and applications, alphabetical by agency name. Also included at the top of the page are the most requested forms.
Resources for finding a job and training opportunities, along with federal job listings.
|Federal Services A-Z||
An alphabetical directory of all the USA federal services.
Download tax forms, determine how to file forms online and where to send paper forms, check on your refund status, and more.
|Website||Telephone Assistance for Individuals: Toll-Free, 1-800-829-1040; Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. your local time (Alaska & Hawaii follow Pacific Time).|
|Health Insurance - Affordable Care Act||
Nicknamed "Obamacare." Click through a series of questions about your age, employment status, etc. to find out what type of insurance you qualify for. The Health Insurance Marketplace offers eligibility information and plan options for individuals, families, and small businesses.
|Website||1-800-318-2596 ; TTY: 1-855-889-4325|
|Identity Theft and Fraud||
Discover tips for keeping personal information safe, and learn how to report identity theft or fraud should it happen to you.
|Jobs 4 Jersey||
Job search support and assistance. Find local job fairs, join job clubs, and explore careers.
The Westampton Job Club is located in the One-Stop Career Center.
|Website||Leader: Judy Loane Phone: 609-518-3900 Fax: 609-518-3905|
|NJ Consumer Affairs||
Find assorted consumer tips and information, such as Prescription Drug Price Registry. File a product complaint to the Office of Consumer Protection.
|Website||973-504-6200 Consumer Service Center Hotline; 800-242-5846 (toll free, New Jersey only)|
Includes an attorney index, self-help guidance, programs, services, forms, and more.
|Website||Burlington County Ombudsman - Heshim J. Thomas, Esq. - Phone: 609-518-2530|
|NJ Disability Programs||
A description of state disability programs, including programs connected with the Division of Developmental Disabilities and the Division of Mental Health Services.
|NJ Domestic Violence Resources||
Obtain contact information for shelters and counseling services by New Jersey county. Includes a list of help hotlines.
Information for NJ Educators, including professional learning, educational leadership, and evaluation.
Lists government programs by category (examples: Mental Health, Food and Nutrition, People with Disabilities) and directs you to government websites.
Self-screening for various programs and a directory of helplines also available.
This website from the state has a list of Hotline Phone Numbers, including an Addiction Hotline and a Teen Pregnancy Hotline.
From the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services - Division of Family Development
|NJ Housing Resources||
Get information about buying a home, refinancing your home, affordable rentals, assistance programs, and more.
|Website||Toll-free: 1-800-NJHOUSE; 609-278-7400 for general inquiries|
|NJ Law Enforcement||
Department of Law and Public Safety, New Jersey State Police
|Website||609-882-2000 (non-emergency number)|
|NJ Military and Veterans Affairs||
Learn about veteran benefits, educational opportunities, and helplines. Find information for current military personnel as well.
|NJ Motor Vehicle Commission||
Prepare for your driving test, learn how to renew your license, download PDF versions of driver’s manuals (automobile, motorcycle, boat, etc.), and more.
|Website||609-292-6500 or toll free in NJ 888-486-3339 ; TTY 609-292-5120|
|NJ Reemployment Call Center||
To file a new unemployment claim over the telephone, call the Reemployment Center.
|Website||Cumberland (Serves South Jersey) 856-507-2340|
|NJ State Services A-Z||
An alphabetical directory of New Jersey state government services.
|NJ State Taxes||
New Jersey Department of the Treasury-Division of Taxation
All information about New Jersey state taxes, including how to get forms, how to prepare your return, and where to get help.
|Website||General Tax Information: 609-826-4400 or 1-800-323-4400 (within NJ, NY, PA, DE, and MD); Main Customer Service Center: 609-292-6400|
|NJ Unemployment Insurance||
Find out how to file an Unemployment Insurance Claim in New Jersey with the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Once approved, you can claim weekly benefits.
|One-Stop Career Center, Burlington County||
Visit the Burlington County One-Stop Career Center to receive career counseling, job search assistance, training, and more.
795 Woodlane Road
From NJMC Direct, you can pay your parking tickets online (convenience fee applied). Have your ticket and your license plate number in front of you.
Apply for a passport, renew a passport, change passport information, and report a stolen passport.
Search by zip code for the nearest facility: http://iafdb.travel.state.gov/
|Website||1-877-487-2778; 1-888-874-7793 (TDD/TTY)|
The federal source for obtaining patents and trademarks. Search for existing patents and trademarks and learn how to proceed with the patent or trademark process.
|Website||1-800-786-9199 (toll-free); 800-877-8339 (TTY)|
Look for recent product recalls and search recalls by item name. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration also publishes a list of food and drug recalls.
|Senior Legal Advice||
Attorneys are available to answer legal questions and give advice either in person or by telephone on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 9:30-11:30 am.
From the U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid: Find out if you qualify for grants, scholarships, or student aid. Apply for, manage, and repay loans.
|Website||Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC): 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243); TTY (for the hearing impaired): 1-800-730-8913; Locations without access to 800 numbers: 319-337-5665|
|Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program||
Find NJ locations and apply for the NJ SNAP program (formerly known as Food Stamps).
New Jersey office locations - http://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/outreach/states/new-jersey.htm
|U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services||
Access forms to apply for citizenship, apply for a green card, help a relative immigrate, and more.
|Website||Toll-free 1-800-375-5283; 1-800-767-1833 (TDD for the hearing impaired)|
|U.S. Department of Labor||
Find information about work-related topics, including :
|U.S. Health and Human Services||
This site covers topics such as mental health, flu prevention, and bullying. It covers disease and prevention as well.
|Website||Toll Free: 1-877-696-6775|
|U.S. Office of Disability||
Topics covered include education, employment, housing, health, and transportation for people with disabilities. Find information and apply for benefits.
|U.S. Social Security Administration||
Access forms, check application status, and manage an online account.
|Website||Toll-free 1-800-772-1213; TTY 1-800-325-0778|
|U.S. Veterans Affairs||
Information and services for veterans, including health care options, financial assistance, and burial benefits.
Obtain a visitor visa to travel abroad and find information for visitors to the U.S.
|Website||Visa Services, Public Inquiries Division at 202-485-7600; National Visa Center (Immigrant visa inquiries, including assistance regarding the new DS-260 Online Immigrant Visa Application) call: 603-334-0700 (7:00 am EST to 12:00 pm EST)|
Learn how to replace or request a copy of a vital record (birth certificate, passport, etc.).
|Vital Records by State||
Look up the procedure for obtaining vital records state-by-state.
|Website||1-866-649-8726 (for NJ, all other states listed as well)|
|Vital Records in New Jersey||
Make a request for vital records (birth, marriage, death) from NJ and check on the status of a request.
|Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) Program||
The Burlington County WIC program provides nutritional counseling and supplemental foods to pregnant, postpartum, and nursing women and their children through age 5.
|Website||Call 609-267-4304 or 609-267-4305 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday.|