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Housed in the Long Valley Presbyterian Church

39 Bartley Road, Long Valley, NJ




Long Valley Community Assistance Program: We are a group of interdenominational houses of worship dedicated to serving our community. LVCAP maintains the Long Valley Food Pantry and Long Valley Emergency Fund. 


The food pantry is housed in the Long Valley Presbyterian Church at 39 Bartley Road in Long Valley, NJ, and is provided free of charge to all Washington Township residents and attendees of the supporting churches. Our hours of operation are Monday mornings from 10am - noon; first and third Monday evenings from 6pm - 7:30pm. To contact us please call the church secretary at 908-876-3471 or email us at [email protected]. You can also find additional information on our website at


LVCAP welcomes individual and community interest in holding food drives, monetary donations and donations of grocery gift cards. Thank you for your support


Interfaith Food Pantry - Serving Morris County


Located in Morris Plains and Morristown


The Interfaith Food Pantry helps individuals and families make ends meet by providing a secure supply of healthy food every month as needed. In addition to the usual groceries such as canned and boxed food, the Interfaith Food Pantry also has meat, bread, milk, bakery products, and even fresh produce available.


The Pantry also provides supplementary services including client workshops, referral services and nutrition education.


For more information, call (973) 538-8049 or visit www.


All new clients schedule an appointment & brief interview before coming to the pantry. 



Safe Medicine Drop

The Washington Township Police Department provides a safe medicine drop box in their lobby at 1 E. Springtown Road.  Keep unused and old drugs out of your homes.  The drop box is available 24/7.  


  Visit the NJ Divison of Consumer Affairs Website to find other drop box locations in the state. 

Municipal Alliance

It is the mission of the Washington Township Municipal Alliance Committee (MAC) to prevent and reduce alcoholism, tobacco, and substance abuse along with violence, vandalism, and victimization, while attempting to remediate the long-term harm and devastation substance abuse causes to our youth and families.

Visit the Morris County Division of Human Services Municipal Alliance website page for more information. 

Upcoming Events/Programs:

October 17, 2017 - "If I Could Have a Do-Over".  John Halligan will discuss the lessons learned too late for his family regarding how to deal with bullying, cyberbullying, and teen depression. 7 PM.  West Morris Central Auditorium

October 12, 2017.  Screenagers - Growing Up In the Digital Age . 7 PM.  West Morris Central HS

 April 26, 2017. Prescription for Change.  7:30 PM.  Centenary University.

 April 12, 2017. Fight the Heroin & Opiate Epidemic Through Awareness Education.  7 PM.  Roxbury High School