New Jersey’s Centers for Independent Living are a vital part of the disability community, yet are consistently underfunded. For this reason, the New Jersey Association of Centers for Independent Living is asking for state funding in the amount of 4 million dollars to be divided amongst the 11 Centers across New Jersey. Please sign our letter endorsing our efforts and showing the Governor the importance of disability-led organizations!
Here are some wonderful documents to help you with voting this voting season!
The Hunterdon County Division of Housing is holding a lottery for placement on the Hunterdon County Division of Housing’s Housing Choice Voucher waiting list.
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If you are facing eviction or having your power shut off contact 609-393-6480, assistance MAY be available.
PREPARED TAX RETURNS
Arm in Arm: 121 East Hanover St., Trenton
Walk-Ins, Fri — 9am-3pm Opens 2/2/18
Boys & Girls Club: 1040 Spruce Street, Lawrence
Walk-Ins, Wed — 8:30am-1pm, Sat — 1pm-4pm Opens 2/3/18
Boys & Girls Club: 212 Centre Street, Trenton
Walk-Ins, Mon & Tue — 9am-2pm, No taxes 2/19 Opens 2/5/18
Catholic Charities: 39 North Clinton Ave., Trenton
Walk-Ins, Tue & Thu — 2pm-6pm Opens 2/6/18
Catholic Charities – El Centro: 327 S. Broad Street, Trenton *
By Appointment, Wed — 10am-2pm, 609-394-2056 Opens 2/7/18
Hamilton Public Library — No Phone Calls
1 Justice Samuel A. Alito Way, Hamilton
Walk-Ins, Wed & Thu — 9am-12pm Opens 2/7/18
HomeFront: 1880 Princeton Ave. #3, Lawrence
By Appointment, Wed — 1pm-4pm, 609-989-9417 Opens 2/7/18
Latin American Legal Defense & Education Fund *
669 Chambers Street, Suite B, Trenton
Walk-Ins, Tue — 10am-2pm Opens 2/6/18
By Appointment, Sat — 10am-1pm, 609-688-0881
Walk-In & Appointments, No Taxes 2/19
Call 2-1-1 or Call 609-896-1912
Mon – 3pm-7pm,
Thurs – 3pm-8pm
UNITED WAY OF GREATER MERCER COUNTY
3150 Brunswick Pike, Crossroads Corporate Center
2nd Floor, Ste 230, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
*Next to Motor Vehicle Inspection Station
For households making less than $65,000
House will vote NEXT WEEK on H.R.620
Thirty Years of Holding It Is Long Enough—
Why Disabled Americans Oppose H.R.620 (and You Should,Too)
The House of Representatives will vote the week of Feb. 12 on H.R.620. We need your help to stop it!
Big business is trying to bamboozle the House and the American public into an unnecessary law misleadingly titled the “ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017” (H.R.620) that would make it even harder for disabled Americans who have been “holding it,” waiting to use the same restrooms, shop at the same department stores, and eat at the same restaurants as our non-disabled friends and family members, for almost 30 years!
They say the law is needed to help local “mom and pop” shops, while behind the scenes, powerful trade associations for wealthy corporations—everything from multinational hotel chains to big box stores and corporate coffee shops—are pulling the strings in an effort to gain support for regressive rollbacks to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). This opens the door to not only dismantling the ADA, but other civil rights laws as well.
Please contact your House Representative (and others from your state) and encourage them to stay strong in their opposition to H.R.620 and any “notice and cure” bill, as a rollback of civil rights. SAVE THE ADA!
“Hello, my name is [your name]. I’m a constituent from [your state], zip code [your zip code]. I am opposed to H.R. 620 and any change to the equal access protections of the Americans with Disabilities Act. I strongly encourage Representative [add last name] to oppose any reform efforts. Thank you.”
Three decades of holding it is long enough! Tell your Congressional Representative to OPPOSE H.R. 620.
Original content found here: https://mailchi.mp/dredf/urgent-save-the-ada?e=e0fa39d88d
Summer 2018 is right around the corner and PCIL is ready to start giving away Summer Camp Scholarships! Scholarships are on a first come first serve basis.
Please see all the information here: http://pcil.org/campership/