Assists seniors and caregivers in finding services in New Jersey. This includes: details on publicly and privately funded services, screenings to determine level of need, assistance with eligibility processes and applications.
NJ FamilyCare is a federal- and state-funded health insurance program created to help qualified New Jersey residents of any age access affordable health insurance. This program is for people who do not have employer insurance.
Medicaid provides health insurance to parents/caretakers and dependent children, pregnant women, and people who are aged, blind or disabled. It covers hospital services, doctor visits, prescriptions, nursing home care and other health care needs.
JACC provides in-home services to seniors at risk of placement in a nursing home, including: respite care, homemaker services, environmental accessibility adaptations, emergency response systems, meal service, caregiver training, social adult day care, health services, medical equipment and supplies, and transportation.
Offers a range of responses and programs that are free and open to all, and that promote knowledge and action around critical issues, and provide access to help for unpaid family caregivers in New Jersey. Services include caregiver support groups, educational workshops and a free educational video series.
Staff of mental health professionals who use their experience and understanding of the mental health system to provide individuals with information and connect them to the mental health services they need, such as: legal, housing, employment, rehabilitation, inpatient and outpatient, self-help and more.
As our site grows and we acquire more volunteers to help in the gathering of Information of their state We will update lists and resources accordingly.