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Housing Q&A: What does the end of NJ's eviction moratorium mean for me?

by Ashley Balcerzak,

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The last day to apply to the state's major lottery program is Dec. 15, 2021, so be sure to submit an application before then at or call 609-490-4550.

Legal Services of New Jersey: 1-888-576-5529.
Seton Hall Law Center for Social Justice: 973-642-8700.
Volunteer Lawyers for Justice: 973-645-1955.
If you have a disability, Community Health Law Project: 609-392-5553.

You can also receive free legal counsel and social services assistance by calling:

Trenton residents: Central Jersey Legal Services at 609-695-6249.
Atlantic City residents: Jewish Family Service of Atlantic County: 609-822-6830. 
oOr on the day of your court date, sign in to Zoom at 8:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday. Meeting ID: 161 090 5099; Password: 627612.
East Orange residents: 
oZIP code 07017, call Volunteer Lawyers for Justice at 973-943-4754.
oZIP code 07018, call Essex Newark Legal Services at 973-624-4500.
Newark residents: Call 973-877-9424 or email at

Visit If tenants don't have access to the internet or need assistance, they can call 609-490-4550 and a representative will help fill out the form for them over the phone.

Visit or or dial 211 for a list of local housing resources that can help with short-term rental payments and other assistance.