Access to Health

At United Way of Greater Mercer County, we understand that good health is both a community responsibility and a community benefit. By partnering with community based organizations throughout Mercer County, we are working to create a more resilient community.


Strike Out Hunger is a multi-prong initiative that unites companies, individuals, and advocates to alleviate hunger in Mercer County. There were already 55,000 local families struggling to make ends meet* and the pandemic has exponentially increased this number. Strike Out Hunger will provide meals, fresh produce, and non-perishables to food pantry beneficiaries during the summer months when food becomes even more scarce for households in our community. Learn more...

*Source: United Way NJ ALICE Report 2018


Big savings are available – now at more income levels. Get Covered New Jersey is providing record levels of financial help to New Jersey residents. The federal American Rescue Plan Act and expanded state subsidies from the State of New Jersey are making health insurance more affordable at more income levels.

Get help with enrollment at or call our Benefits Enroller, Kaesy Vazquez at 609-637-4915. 

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Información en español
Get Covered New Jersey es el mercado oficial de seguros de médicos del estado donde los individuos y las familias pueden buscar y comprar cobertura de salud. Es el único lugar para recibir ayuda financiera para reducir su cuota mensual de su seguro y los gastos personales.

Busque y compare costos, y vea si es elegible para ahorros e inscríbase en o llame a nuestro matriculador(a) de beneficios, Kaesy Vazquez al 609-637-4915. 

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In partnership with SingleCare, we make prescriptions more affordable to the community. SingleCare provides financial relief to individuals and families in Mercer County that rely on prescriptions medication. Learn more...


The Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) is a federally-funded program administrated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). We are the fiscal agent for these funds and convene a local board that determines which social service agencies receive the funds in Mercer County.  The local board does this through an allocation formula using the most recent national population, unemployment, and poverty statistics. Learn more...