Covid-19 Update

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Need Help During this Crisis?

These agencies and organizations might be able to assist you.

Warren County Resources

COVID-19 Tests for Warren County Residents

Warren County Homepage

Warren County Health Department

Warren County Division of Temporary Assistance & Social Services

Warren County Food Pantry List

908-454-7000 x1110
Online form to request assistance:

Project Self-Sufficiency
973-940-3500 or 844-807-3500

Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Warren County

Online Workshop from the Warren County Library: Four Things to Do If You're Unemployed Due to the Coronavirus Situation
Unemployment is a challenge and all the more so if you’ve found yourself unemployed due to the coronavirus situation.
Join us at this online workshop, where you learn the basics of what you need to do now. We’ll go over four aspects you’ll want to focus on to help you move through this.
This is a 1-hour online workshop that you can enjoy in the comfort of your home. For upcoming dates, check the library calendar.


New Jersey Resources

New Jersey State Homepage

New Jersey Unemployment
Individuals with limited or no computer access can call the North Jersey Unemployment Insurance Call Center at 201-601-4100.

New Jersey Unemployment Information due to Covid-19

New Jersey State Benefits during Covid-19

New Jersey Department of Health 24 Hour Hotline

New Jersey Job Openings during Covid-19

Information for New Jersey Businesses

New Jersey Consumer Affairs

New Jersey Medicaid

New Jersey Family Care

New Jersey Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP) Hotline

New Jersey Parent Link COVID-19 Resources



Mental Health Resources

Disaster Distress Helpline from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
1-800-985-5990 or Text "TalkWithUs" to 66746

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

National Alliance on Mental Health
They also compiled a document with helpful links:

Warren County Mental Health & Addiction Resources

New Jersey Hope Line (Suicide Prevention)

New Jersey Mental Health Cares
TTY: 1-877-294-4356

211 NJ Mental Health Resources

Family Guidance Center of Warren County

NJ Vet2Vet
Veterans suffering from psychological or emotional distress have help available any time of the day or night.


Financial Resources

U.S. Small Business Administration: COVID-19 Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

Help When You Need It
Zip code search to find local food pantries, housing help, healthcare, etc.

NJEDA Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant

New Jersey Business Financial Support Programs


Health & Medical Information about COVID-19

Looking for reliable information about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)? Here are links from credible sources about the disease. 
We recommend starting with the first link from the CDC, which is filled with practical health tips for you and your family.

What You Should Know About Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Source: Centers for Disease Control

COVID-19 Tests for Warren County Residents

COVID-19 Information Hub
Source: State of New Jersey

COVID-19: Information for Communities and the General Public
Source: New Jersey Department of Health

COVID-19 Updates and Resources
Source: Warren County, New Jersey Health Department

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for New Jersey Residents
Source: New Jersey State Library

Coronavirus Testing
Source:  Medline Plus from the U.S. National Library of Medicine

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Source:  National Institutes of Health

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak
Source:  World Health Organization

COVID-19 Updates & Information from EBSCO


Warren County Library Update

At an emergency meeting called to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Warren County Freeholders voted to close all county offices (and the library) to the public starting Tuesday, March 17.

Our library staff will continue to answer questions and assist the public. To contact us, use the Ask a Question service on our website:

What do I do with my library items while you are closed?
You can keep your library materials until we reopn. We are not charging any fines. If you receive an email regarding an overdue item, please disregard this.
We will not accept the return of library materials while we are closed to prevent the spread of the virus.

How do I get my books and other items that are on hold?
The library is closed and holds will not be available for pickup. We will hold your items until we reopen.

When will the library reopen?
We do not know when we will reopen. We will send out an email to our newsletter subscribers whem we have updated information. You can also check our website.

Which library services are available while you are closed to the public?
Our online resources are available and members can download or stream movies, eBooks, eAudiobooks, music and magazines. A full list of our electronic services can be found on our website.
Ebooks & More
A to Z Databases

Members can continue to place holds on library material, however these items will not be available for pickup until we reopen.

For more answers to your frequently asked questions, refer to our Library Closure FAQs.