Assembly Human Services

The Assembly Human Services Committee is responsible for legislation that impacts individuals and families with mental illnesses, developmental disabilities and addictions; and individuals and families with low incomes.
Democratic Research Aide:  Keith White   
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Muoio, Sumter, Holley, Oliver, McKnight & Tucker Bill to Provide Assistance Benefits to Those Who Undergo Drug Treatment Signed into Law

Law will Provide Financial Assistance, Job Training & Education through Work First NJ
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Liz Muoio, Shavonda Sumter, Jamel Holley, Sheila Oliver, Angela McKnight and Cleopatra Tucker easing eligibility restrictions for receiving general assistance benefits under the Work First New Jersey program while ensuring that recipients receive needed drug treatment has been signed into law.

The new law (S-601/A-889) is part of ongoing efforts by Assembly Democrats to lift people out of poverty and rebuild New Jersey's middle-class.

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