Monmouth/Ocean Emergency Contact Information
As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread throughout New Jersey, we understand the needs and concerns of Monmouth & Ocean residents. While there is still no need to panic, everyone should be prepared in case their individual circumstances change.
Here are some helpful links to keep handy in case you should need them.
To speak to a local doctor:
Hackensack Meridian Health Telemedicine (to speak to a doctor on video or over the phone): https://www.hackensackmeridianhealth.org/services/convenient-care/
If you're in need of food:
Fulfill (formerly Foodbank of Monmouth and Ocean County): 732-918-2600. https://fulfillnj.fenly.org/drive/crisis-relief-boxes/?fbclid=IwAR3TDA3RC9IKx4srRSKMDoNc_TYVICRNn2RmVK9Y-P6HLZmr7yCD8kELdZg
For county news & information:
Monmouth County OEM: https://www.mcsonj.org/divisions/emergency-management/
For reporting price gouging & other consumer concerns:
Monmouth County Division of Consumer Affairs: https://www.visitmonmouth.com/page.aspx?ID=4912
Additional information by town:
In Manchester, police officers are being designated to take calls and reports daily from 7:00 am until 5:00 pm.
In Toms River, residents are being encouraged to submit reports online through a system that allows you to do so immediately and then print out a copy of the police report for free. Police will then review the case report you've uploaded.
In Berkeley, you can call the department or similar to Toms River you can submit a police report on the township police department's website.
In Jackson, police officers are taking all non-emergency calls telephonically. If you need to make a report of a non-emergent nature, your information will be taken and an officer will be detailed to call you back for the report.
In Lacey, you can report incidents online to police who will review the submissions and respond accordingly.