Caring Partners teamed up for Community Day with HOPE ONE, the Interfaith Food Pantry, and other Morris County service organizations for a free clothing giveaway and to promote their respective services to the local community.

The HOPE ONE mobile recovery access vehicle offers critical support for persons struggling with addiction, with the goal of preventing drug overdoses and deaths and providing mental health services.

HOPE One travels four times a week to locations throughout Morris County, bringing services to persons in need. A Sheriff’s officer, licensed mental health professional, and a certified peer recovery specialist – who understand the needs of those suffering with addiction — staff the vehicle. They help people access services and Narcan training.

The Morris County Sheriff's Office partners with the Morris County Department of Human Services, CARES Center for Addiction, Recovery, Education and Success, the Mental Health Association of Morris County, Morris County Chief's of Police and Family Promise of Morris County on the HOPE One mobile outreach vehicle.

The Interfaith Food Pantry is a hands-on, neighbor to neighbor effort that seeks to improve the health and well-being of Morris County residents in need by providing access to food, nutrition education and related resources and educate the public about the issues of hunger in our area.