News & Notices
Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, O my! GrandFUN is off to the Cape May Zoo on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 sponsored by the Salem County Department of Health and Human Services.read more
Summer meals served free to children and teens 18 and under in communities across New Jersey.
No enrollment, no I.D. required.
The Salem County Department of Health & Human Services’ Office on Aging and Disabilities will continue with the outdoor walks in June for the “Move Yourself!”program.read more
A free community training session on the use of NARCAN to save a life from drug overdose is being offered on June 20, 2019.read more
Are you a Salem County resident interested in an Oxford House? If you or someone you know is new to recovery and looking for a sober living environment through an Oxford House, assistance is available. Funding can cover the initial costs associated with Oxford House...read more
A few months ago, I got a call from a very concerned gentleman from the Salem County Department of Health and Human Services in regards to a dog that was in serious need of help. In responding to the needs of an elderly citizen, they had come across an old dog tied up...read more
Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, HDL,Trigs,Cal LDL, Glucose, Weight, & Body Mass Indexread more
FREE Specialized Transportation to Medical Appointments! Delaware Hospitals and Medical Facilities Shuttle: Monday through Friday – 9:30am – 2:00pm (Newark, Wilmington & New Castle) Philadelphia Hospitals and Medical Facilities Shuttle: Regular Schedule: Tuesday...read more
The 2019 free rabies clinic schedule is now available on the Salem County Health & Human Services website. For the full schedule, please visit https://health.salemcountynj.gov/environmental/rabies-zoonosis-control. In addition to the schedule, you can also find a...read more
“PANTRY STRETCHER” FOOD BOXES DELIVERED TO RESIDENTS The Salem County Office on Aging and Disabilities in the Department of Health and Human Services launched a pilot program this holiday season to deliver boxes of non-perishable food to residents who need help...read more