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Project Self-Sufficiency is embarking on its 34th anniversary of helping individuals and families in the New Jersey counties of Sussex, Warren, Morris and Hunterdon to break the generational cycle of poverty, by addressing education, employment, parenting skills, legal problems, counseling and the many other interlocking issues often experienced by those in need. 

The newly redesigned Hopatcong Marketplace got underway on Saturday, June 27, 2020, with a very impressive number of Vendors selling Fruits, Vegetables, and other crafted items that you just cannot come across anywhere else.

New Jersey First Lady Tammy Snyder Murphy will join volunteers from nonprofit Table of Hope, local officials and scores of other volunteers at a free mobile food distribution event at County College of Morris (CCM) on Tuesday, June 23, to assist residents during this time of crisis.

Women who are pregnant with their first child can receive regular visits from a nurse in the privacy of their own home through the Nurse Family Partnership program offered by Project Self-Sufficiency.  Due to the current public health crisis, all contact has been modified to replace in-person visits with video chat platforms and telehealth options. 

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