About Helpline

Learn More about the Hunterdon Help Line!

Mission, Vision and Goals

As a 54-year old institution in Hunterdon County, Hunterdon Helpline (HH) continues to successfully address the needs of residents across all socio-economic groups, with continuous review, revitalization and readiness to meet the challenges of today and the future.

Hunterdon Helpline is a not-for-profit organization relying on donations and grants from all parts of the community, including individuals, governments, and businesses. Supporting Hunterdon Helpline means supporting ourselves, our neighbors and our community. Please remember that your participation in CHOICES for Seniors affords seniors and caregivers the knowledge to make important decisions while also helping HH to continue to do its work in the community for seniors and other residents needing assistance.

Our vision is to meet the immediate challenges of Hunterdon County residents, providing information to improve situations adversely affecting their lives. Through our Information & Referral Service, as well as programs designed to improve their ability to care for and support themselves and their families, Hunterdon Helpline will reach out to those in need and answer the call of those reaching out to us.


The mission of Hunterdon Helpline is to provide a live, 24-hour initial assistance call center, as well as programs and services to meet the needs of the communities we serve through information, referrals, advocacy, education and compassionate interaction.

Some of Hunterdon Helpline’s Programs and Services:

  • First assist: Providing residents with answers to their needs through information, referrals, case management and linkage to the programs and services of the Helpline and other agencies and organizations.
  • Senior & Disability Services Division: Telephone Reassurance, Friendly Visitor, CELS, CHOICES for Seniors.
  • Hunterdon Hispanos: La Voz, Ask the Attorney Night, Work Connectivity.
  • Literacy Services: Basic and ESL