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Salem County Health Dept.
110 Fifth Street • Suite 500
Salem, NJ 08079
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The 1st Annual Disability Awareness & Caregiver Fall Festival.
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Date & Time: Friday, February 10, 2023 Topic: Scams & Consumer Rights Location: Pennsville Towers - 40 Eaton Road, Pennsville, NJ 08070 Legal Talks is a program designed for Salem County Seniors, interested family members, and caregivers to discuss a variety...
Free For Salem County Residents 60+ & People With Disabilities Donations Accepted Registration Is Required. Courtesy Transportation Available For Qualified Individuals Through Scoot. Please view post for more details.
The latest edition of the Senior Scoop Newsletter is now available on the Office of Aging & Disabilities page.
The Salem County Board of County Commissioners on 12/7/2022 approved resolutions to apply for Covid grants. Please view post for more details.
October 15 - December 7 Let our certified counselors help make the best choice for you. We can help you: *Review your current plan *Compare plans to meet your needs *Decide if you should change your Medicare plan Pennsville Towers 40 Eaton Road, Pennsville November...
Medicare Open Enrollment period is from October 15, 2022 – December 7, 2022. Time to review your current plan, compare plans to meet your needs and decide if you should change your Medicare plan.
No appointment necessary. Flu vaccine for residents 3 years and older. COVID-19 vaccine for residents 6 ears and older. Preprinted completed forms preferred. Face masks recommended.
Beginning July 16, 988 will become the nationwide dialing code for crisis & suicide prevention. This will allow anyone to call 988 and get help specifically designed for someone dealing with a mental health crisis.
Today Healthy Scoot Adventures went to the Cohanzik Zoo. We enjoyed lunch under the pavilions and then walked around the zoo before meeting up and enjoying a presentation by zookeeper Allison who showed us several of the zoo’s special animals.