All current events have been CANCELLED until further notice.
Medicare Open Enrollment: October 15 – December 7
Salem County Disability Awareness Day 2020
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Do you know someone who is a champion for the disabled in Salem County? Nominate them for the Crusader Award! Nominations are due by September 21, 2020.
We will be handing out bag lunches at three locations throughout the month. Drive thru one of our Wednesday “Grab & GO” lunch sites. See post for details.
Legal talks is a program designed for Salem County seniors, interested family members, and caregivers to discuss a variety of legal topics with South Jersey Legal Services throughout the year.
No appointment is necessary for flu shots. Salem County residents three years and older will be accepted at all flu clinics.
For Salem County Residents – please see post for full details.
WE STILL HAVE FARM MARKET VOUCHERS AVAILABLE. You must be a Salem County resident 60 years old, or older.
We will be handing out bag lunches at three locations throughout the month. Drive thru one of our Wednesday “Grab & GO” lunch sites. Reservations required – see post for details.
Salem County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Now Offers Free Recovery Transportation Within Salem County
Salem County Health and Human Services – Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services is excited to announce the start of their Recovery Transportation Program.
To be eligible to receive six $5 vouchers, you must be at least 60 years old, live in Salem County, and have an income not greater than $23,107 if single or $31,284 if married.
The Resuming Business Toolkit is designed to assist employers in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and lowering the impact in their workplace when reintegrating employees into non-healthcare business settings.
Governor Murphy recently announced a phased-in approach to reopening non-essential businesses and activities in New Jersey.
Participation in the Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program is limited to those senior citizens who are 60 years and older and whose gross income (i.e., income before deductions for income taxes, Social Security taxes, insurance premiums, bonds, etc.) is equal to or less than the income poverty guidelines increased by 185%.