The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders established the Monmouth County Department of Human Services in 1987. It reflects a long standing commitment by the Board of Chosen Freeholders to address the needs of our most vulnerable citizens and those of us who may be struggling with an unexpected event and don't know where to turn. Over 140,000 Monmouth County residents receive one or more services from our department each year.
It is the mission of the Monmouth County Department of Human Services to enhance the quality of life of people in Monmouth County through the planning, purchasing and delivery of human services by highly effective employees in partnership with public and private organizations. We are committed to providing service with respect, care and accountability.
An assessment of Monmouth County's human services needs has begun. Information about the process and progress of this initiative will be posted to a dedicated section of the County's website.
The Department consists of nine divisions:
- Board of Health
- Division on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans Services
- Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services
- Division of Planning & Contracting
- Contract Administration
- Human Services Advisory Council
- Office of Youth Services Planning
- Division of Social Services
- Division of Transportation
- Juvenile Detention Alternatives
- Office of the County Adjuster
Freeholder Deputy Director John P. Curley oversees this department. The Department is directly accountable to the Deputy County Administrator and County Administrator.
We are pleased to have you visit our web site for specific information regarding our divisions. Note the side bar to the left listing the divisions and key service areas. You may click on a specific division for additional information. Thank you for your interest in the Department of Human Services.
Jeffrey Schwartz, Director
Monmouth County Department of Human Services
P.O. Box 3000
Kozloski Road, Freehold, NJ 07728
Due to confidentiality and HIPAA federal and state regulations, you need to include a telephone contact number and/or address when you email us. No responses by the County potentially revealing Protected Health Information can be made via e-mail.
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