MONTVILLE, NJ - In an effort to secure the safety of our senior and at-risk population, both the Montville Township Health Department and Montville Township Social Services are remaining staffed and operational during the current State of Emergency and Township Office closures.
The Health Department and Social Services are working together to ensure our seniors are receiving updated information, proper guidance and assistance where needed, with both the Dial-a-Ride and Meals-on-Wheels programs operating with modified guidelines.
Dial-a-Ride will still be taking single passengers to essential medical appointments and Meals-on-Wheels will continue to deliver out of the Montville Senior House for the duration of this state of emergency. Dial-a-Ride will also assist with Meals-on-Wheels deliveries, grocery and prescription deliveries and special needs circumstances, while Meals-on-Wheels will be delivering a full week of frozen meals to its participants every Thursday.
The Montville Health Department is working tirelessly to answer calls, provide up to date information, protect our residents and oversee isolation and quarantine procedures to ensure the safety of residents and workers alike. Montville Social Services is continuing to monitor our at risk residents and provide assistance where needed.
Montville Township is happy to be able to continue these vital programs during this difficult time. The Township plans and prepares extensively for this and many other potential challenges, and we are glad to respond wherever and whenever new needs arise.
For information on any of these or other services being offered by Montville Township and Morris County feel free to contact the Health Department at 973-331-3316, Social Services at 973-299-5087, or the Midday Friendship Luncheon Meals on Wheels program at 973-316-8560.