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					         NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH




    Healthcare and Public
      Health Resource
          Directory




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At this time, many New Jersey residents have been living in temporary housing in the
aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

To help residents impacted the most by the storm, the New Jersey Department of
Health has developed a resource guide to help those who many need information
regarding their health as this rebuilding process continues.

The information contained in this guide includes a wide range of information. You can
easily access key phone numbers and contact information for health and service
agencies in the counties most impacted by the storm.

Information is listed in county-by-county form, listing each of health care resources –
including hospitals, WIC programs, Federally Qualified Health Centers and health
agencies.

In addition, we have provided information sheets from the New Jersey Department of
Health. These materials will be helpful for individuals who are moving back into their
homes following the storm.

They include important information on food safety, safe drinking water, carbon
monoxide dangers and mental health services.

For more information, visit the New Jersey DOH website at www.nj.gov/health. Just click
the icon “Hurricane Resources” for a full range of information.

The New Jersey Department of Health is committed to helping our residents recover
from Superstorm Sandy and will continue to provide our assistance and expertise
wherever it is needed.




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                       TABLE of CONTENTS
Atlantic ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….4

Bergen …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..7

Burlington ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………12

Camden ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….15

Cape May …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….18

Cumberland …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………20

Essex …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...23

Gloucester …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..29

Hudson ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..31

Hunterdon …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..35

Mercer ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..36

Middlesex …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...40

Monmouth ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….44

Morris ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….48

Ocean ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….53

Passaic …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………56

Salem ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….59

Somerset …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….61

Sussex …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………65

Union ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….67

Warren ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….71

Other Resources ………………………………………………………………………………………………………...73

Fact Sheets ………………………………………………………………………………………………………...........78




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Atlantic County
Hospitals
      Acuity Specialty Hospital of New Jersey
      1925 Pacific Avenue
      7th Floor
      Atlantic City, NJ 08401
      609- 441-2122
      Fax: 609- 441-2169

      AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center City Division
      1925 Pacific Avenue
      Atlantic City, NJ 08401
      609- 345-4000
      Fax: 609- 441-2108

      AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Division
      Jimmie Leeds Road
      Pomona, NJ 08240
      609- 652-1000
      Fax: 609- 652-3514

      Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation
      61 W. Jimmie Leeds Road
      P.O. Box 723
      Pomona, NJ 08240-0723
      609- 652-7000
      Fax: 609- 652-7487

      Shore Medical Center
      One East New York Avenue
      Somers Point, NJ 08244
      609- 653-3500
      Fax: 609- 927-8172

Federally Qualified Health Centers

      Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
      Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers, Inc.
      860 S. White Horse Pike
      Hammonton, NJ 08037
      609-567-0200
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    FAX: 609-567-1951


    Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
    Atlantic City
    1301 Atlantic Avenue
    Atlantic City, NJ 08401
    609-572-0000
    Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
    Hammonton Dental Center
    310 Bellevue Avenue
    Hammonton, NJ 08037
    609-561-9150

    Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
    Pleasantville Center
    932 South Main Street
    Pleasantville, NJ 08232
    609-383-0880

    Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
    Women & Children's Health Pavilion
    1125 Atlantic Avenue
    Atlantic City, NJ 08401
    609 348-0066


    AtlantiCare Health Services
    Mission Health Care
    2009 Bacharach Blvd.
    Atlantic City, NJ 08401
    609-344-5714


    AtlantiCare Health Services
    AtlantiCare Community Health Services
    1401 Atlantic Avenue
    Atlantic City, NJ 08401
    609-572-6055




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Health Departments
       Atlantic City Health Department
       1301 Bacharach Blvd.
       Atlantic City, NJ 08401
       609-347-5663
       http://www.cityofatlanticcity.org
       Service Area: Atlantic City

       Atlantic County Division of Public Health
       201 South Shore Rd.
       Northfield, NJ 08225
       609-645-7700
       http://www.aclink.org
       Service Area: All of Atlantic County except for Atlantic City

Women, Infants, and Children
       Atlantic City WIC Program
       City Hall, 1st Floor
       1301 Bacharach Boulevard
       Atlantic City, NJ 08401
       609- 347-5656
       Service Areas: Atlantic County; Long Beach Island in Ocean County



Special Child Health Services Management Unit

New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Atlantic County Special Services School District
       4805 Nawakwa Blvd.
       Mays Landing, NJ 08330
       609- 909-9269
       Fax: 609- 476-4362




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Bergen County

Hospitals
    Bergen Regional Medical Center
    230 East Ridgewood Avenue
    Paramus, NJ 07652
    201- 967-4000
    Fax: 201- 967-9833

    Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
    350 Engle Street
    Englewood, NJ 07631
    201- 894-3000
    Fax: 201- 894-1345

    Hackensack University Medical Center
    30 Prospect Avenue
    Hackensack, NJ 07601
    201- 996-2000
    Fax: 201- 489-7275

    Hackensack UMC North at Pascack Valley
    250 Old Hook Road
    Westwood, NJ 07675

    Holy Name Medical Center
    718 Teaneck Road
    Teaneck, NJ 07666
    201- 833-3000
    Fax: 201- 833-3230

    Kessler Inst. for Rehabilitation Kessler Saddle Brook
    300 Market Street
    Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
    201- 368-6000
    Fax: 201- 368-6262

    Ramapo Ridge Psychiatric Hospital-Christian Health Care Center
    301 Sicomac Avenue
    Wyckoff, NJ 07481
    201- 848-5200
    Fax: 201- 848-9758



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    Select Specialty Hospital-Northeast New Jersey
    96 Parkway
    Rochelle Park, NJ 07662
    201- 221-2399
    Fax: 201- 221-2495

    The Valley Hospital
    223 North Van Dien Avenue
    Ridgewood, NJ 07450
    201- 447-8000
    Fax: 201- 447-8732

Federally Qualified Health Centers

    North Hudson Community Action Corporation Health Center
    535 Midland Avenue
    Garfield, NJ 07026
    973-340-1182

    North Hudson Community Action Corporation Health Center
    25 East Salem Street
    Hackensack, NJ 07601
    201-996-2121

    North Hudson Community Action Corporation Health Center
    197 Van Brunt Street
    Englewood, NJ 07631
    201-537-4442


Health Departments
      Bergen County Department of Health Services
      1 Bergen County Plaza
      Hackensack, NJ 07601-7076
      201-336-6086
      http://www.bergenhealth.org
      Service Area: Allendale Boro, Alpine Boro, Cliffside Park Boro, Cresskill Boro,
      Demarest Boro, Dumont Boro, East Rutherford Boro, Edgewater Boro, Fairview
      Boro, Franklin Lakes Boro, Glen Rock Boro, Harrington Park Boro, Haworth Boro,
      Little Ferry Boro, Lyndhurst Twp., Maywood Boro, Moonachie Boro, North
      Arlington Boro, Norwood Boro, Oakland Boro, Oradell Boro, Park Ridge Boro,
      River Vale Twp., Rockleigh Boro, Rutherford Boro, Teterboro Boro, Woodcliff
      Lake Boro, Wood-Ridge Boro

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    Bergenfield Health Department
    Borough Hall, 198 N. Washington Avenue
    Bergenfield, NJ 07621-1395
    201-387-4055x 5
    www.bergenfieldboro.com
    Service Area: Bergenfield Boro

    Elmwood Park Department of Health
    Municipal Building, 182 Market Street
    Elmwood Park, NJ 07407-1497
    201-796-1457 ext 604
    http://www.elmwoodparknj.us
    Service Area: Elmwood Park Boro, Lodi Boro, Saddle Brook Twp

    Englewood Health Department
    73 South Van Brunt Street
    Englewood, NJ 07631-3485
    201-568-3450
    http://www.cityofenglewood.org
    Service Area: Englewood City

    Fair Lawn Health Department
    Borough of Fair Lawn, 8-01 Fair Lawn Avenue
    Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
    201-794-5327
    http://www.fairlawn.org/Department/health.htm
    Service Area: Fair Lawn Boro, Hohokus Boro, Ridgewood Village

    Fort Lee Health Department
    Memorial Health Building, 309 Main Street
    Fort Lee, NJ 07024-4799
    201-592-3500x1510
    http://www.fortleenj.org
    Service Area: Fort Lee Boro

    Hackensack Health Department
    215 State Street
    Hackensack, NJ 07601-5582
    201-646-3965
    http://www.hackensack.org
    Service Area: Hackensack City, Saddle River Boro

    Mid-Bergen Regional Health Commission
    930 River Road
    New Milford, NJ 07646
    201-599-6290

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     Service Area: Bogota Boro, Carlstadt Boro, Closter Boro, Englewood Cliffs Boro,
     Garfield City, Hasbrouck Heights Boro, Leonia Boro, New Milford Boro, Ramsey
     Boro, Ridgefield Park Village, River Edge Boro, South Hackensack Twp., Tenafly
     Boro, Wallington Boro

     Northwest Bergen Regional Health Commission
     20 West Prospect Street
     Waldwick, NJ 07463
     201-445-7217
     http://www.nwbrhc.org
     Service Area: Hillsdale Boro, Mahwah Twp., Midland Park Boro, Montvale Boro,
     Northvale Boro, Old Tappan Boro, Upper Saddle River Boro, Waldwick Boro,
     Westwood Boro, Wyckoff Twp

     Palisades Park Health Department
     Municipal Building, 275 Broad Avenue
     Palisades Park, NJ 07650-1578
     201-585-4106
     http://www.ridgefieldnj.gov
     Service Area: Palisades Park Boro, Ridgefield Boro

     Paramus Board of Health
     Borough Hall, Jockish Square
     Paramus, NJ 07652-2771
     201-265-2100
     http://www.paramusborough.org
     Service Area: Paramus Boro

     Teaneck Department of Health & Human Services
     Municipal Building, 818 Teaneck Road
     Teaneck, NJ 07666-9998
     201-837-1600, Ext 1502
     http://www.teanecknj.gov
     Service Area: Teaneck Twp.

     Washington Township Local Health Agency
     350 Hudson Avenue
     Twp. of Washington, NJ 07676-4798
     201-666-8512
     Service Area: Emerson Boro, Rochelle Park Twp., Washington Twp.




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Women, Infants, and Children
       St. Joseph’s WIC Program
       Municipal Building, 275 Broad Avenue
       Palisades Park, NJ 07650-1578
       185 6th Avenue
       Paterson, NJ 07524
       (973) 754-4575/4730
       Service Area: All of Bergen and Morris Counties; Passaic County except for the
       City of Passaic


Special Child Health Services Management Unit

New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.


       Bergen County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Bergen County Dept. of Health Services
       One Bergen County Plaza
       Hackensack, NJ 07601
       201- 634-2621
       Fax: 201- 599-8947




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Burlington County

Hospitals
     Buttonwood Behavioral Health Hospital
     600 Pemberton Browns Mills Road
     Pemberton, NJ 08608
     609- 836-6100
     Fax: 609- 836-6101

     Deborah Heart and Lung Center
     200 Trenton Road
     Browns Mills, NJ 08015
     609- 893-6611
     Fax: 609- 893-1213

     Hampton Behavioral Health Center AKA/Universal Health Services
     650 Rancocas Road
     Westampton, NJ 08060
     609- 267-7000
     Fax: 609- 518-2180

     Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County
     218 A Sunset Road
     Willingboro, NJ 08046
     609- 835-2900
     Fax: 609- 835-3061

     Lourdes Specialty Hospital of Southern New Jersey
     218 A Sunset Road
     Willingboro, NJ 08046
     609- 835-5782
     Fax: 609- 835-5784

     Marlton Rehabilitation Hospital
     92 Brick Road
     Marlton, NJ 08053
     856- 988-8778
     Fax: 856- 988-8254

     Virtua Marlton
     90 Brick Road
     Marlton, NJ 08053
     856- 355-6200
     Fax: 856- 355-6201
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     Virtua Memorial
     175 Madison Avenue
     Mount Holly, NJ 08060
     609- 267-0700
     Fax: 609- 265-7920

     Weisman Children's Rehabilitation Hospital
     92 Brick Road
     Marlton, NJ 08053
     856- 489-4520
     Fax: 856- 489-1169


Federally Qualified Health Centers

      Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
      Southern Jersey Family Medical Center - Buttonwood
      600 Pemberton/Browns Mills Road
      Pemberton, NJ 08064
      609-894-1100

      Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
      Burlington City
      651 High Street
      Burlington City, NJ 08016
      609-386-0775



Health Departments
      Burlington County Health Department
      Raphael Meadow Health Center, 15 Pioneer Blvd., PO Box 6000
      Westampton, NJ 08060-6000
      609-265-5548
      http://www.co.burlington.nj.us
      Service Area: All of Burlington County




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Women, Infants, and Children
       Burlington County WIC Program
       Raphael Meadow Health Center
       15 Pioneer Boulevard
       P.O. Box 6000
       Westampton, NJ 08060
       609- 267-4304
       Service Area: All of Burlington County


Special Child Health Services Management Unit

New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Burlington County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Community Nursing Services
       Raphael Meadow Health Center
       P.O. Box 287, Woodlane Road
       Mount Holly, NJ 08060-0287
       609- 267-1950 ext. 42827
       Fax: 609- 702-0541




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Camden County
Hospitals
     The Cooper Health System
     One Cooper Plaza
     Camden, NJ 08103-1489
     856- 342-2000
     Fax: 856- 342-3299

     Kennedy University Hospital - Stratford
     18 East Laurel Road
     Stratford, NJ 08084
     856- 346-6000
     Fax: 856- 346-6005

     Kennedy University Hospital - Cherry Hill
     2201 Chapel Avenue West
     Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
     856- 488-6500
     Fax: 856- 488-6526

     Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center
     1600 Haddon Avenue
     Camden, NJ 08101
     856- 757-3500
     Fax: 856- 635-2400

     Virtua Berlin
     100 Townsend Avenue
     Berlin, NJ 08009
     856- 322-3000
     Fax: 856- 322-3201

     Virtua Voorhees
     100 Bowman Drive
     Voorhees, NJ 08043
     856- 247-3000
     Fax: 856- 247-3219


Federally Qualified Health Centers
       CAMcare Health Corporation
       817 Federal Street, 300
       Camden, NJ 08103
       856-541-3270

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     CAMcare Health Corporation
     East
     2610 Federal Street
     Camden, NJ 08105-1936
     856-635-0203

     CAMcare Health Corporation
     North
     6th & Erie Streets
     Camden, NJ 08102-1820
     856-757-9180

     CAMcare Health Corporation
     South
     8th & Carl Miller Blvd.
     Camden, NJ 08103-1025
     856-541-4926


     CAMcare Health Corporation
     Camden Paulk-Jones Center
     813 Ferry Avenue
     Camden, NJ 08105
     856-602-4012

     CAMcare Health Corporation
     CAMcare Clementon
     121 Whitehorse Pike
     Clementon, NJ 08021
     856-627-7701

     Project Hope, Inc.
     Project H.O.P.E., Inc. at Bergen Lanning Health Center
     439 Clinton Street
     Camden, NJ 08103
     856-968-2320




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Health Department
       Camden County Department of Health
       DiPiero Center - Suite 211, 512 Lakeland Road
       Blackwood, NJ 08012
       856-374-6037
       http://www.camdencounty.com
       Service Area: All of Camden County


Women, Infants, and Children
       Tri-County WIC Program
       (Gateway Community Action Partnership)
       110 Cohansey Street/10 Washington Street
       Bridgeton, NJ 08302
       856- 451-5600
       Service Area: Camden, Cumberland and Cape May Counties


Special Child Health Services Management Unit

New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.


       Camden County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Camden County Division of Health
       DiPiero Center – 512 Lakeland Road, Ste. 401
       Blackwood, NJ 08012-0009
       856- 374-6021 or 800- 999-9045
       Fax: 856- 374-9734




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Cape May County
Hospitals
     Cape Regional Medical Center
     2 Stone Harbor Boulevard
     Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
     609- 463-2000
     Fax: 609- 465-9391

Federally Qualified Health Centers

      CompleteCare Health Network
      CompleteCare Medical & Dental Professionals
      410 N. Route 9
      Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
      609-465-0258


Health Department
      Cape May County Health Department
      4 Moore Road, DN 601
      Cape May Court House, NJ 08210-1601
      609-465-1311
      http://www.capemaycountygov.net/

      Service Area: All of Cape May County


Women, Infants, and Children

      Tri-County WIC Program
      (Gateway Community Action Partnership)
      110 Cohansey Street/10 Washington Street
      Bridgeton, NJ 08302
      856- 451-5600
      Service Area: Cape May, Cumberland and Camden Counties




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Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Cape May County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Cape May Dept. of Health
       6 Moore Rd. Crest Haven Complex
       Cape May Court House, NJ 08210-3067
       609- 465-6841
       Fax: 609- 463-0511




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Cumberland County
Hospitals
     HEALTHSOUTH Rehabilitation Hospital of Vineland
     1237 West Sherman Avenue
     Vineland, NJ 08360
     856- 696-7100
     Fax: 856- 696-9040

     South Jersey Healthcare-Regional Medical Center
     1505 West Sherman Avenue
     Vineland, NJ 08360
     856- 641-8000
     Fax: 856- 641-7632

Federally Qualified Health Centers
      CompleteCare Health Network
      70 Cohansey Street
      Bridgeton, NJ 08302
      856-451-4700

      CompleteCare Health Network
      265 Irving Avenue
      Bridgeton, NJ 08302
      856-451-4700

      CompleteCare Health Network
      1000 North Pearl Street
      Bridgeton, NJ 08302
      856-451-4700

      CompleteCare Health Network
      105 Manheim Avenue
      Bridgeton, NJ 08302
      856-451-4700

      CompleteCare Health Network
      1200 North High Street
      Millville, NJ 08332
      856-451-4700




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     CompleteCare Health Network
     484 South Brewster Road
     Vineland, NJ 08361
     856-451-4700

     CompleteCare Health Network
     215 Delsea Drive
     Vineland, NJ 08360
     856-451-4700

     CompleteCare Health Network
     319 Landis Avenue
     Vineland, NJ 08360
     856-451-4700


Health Departments
     Cumberland County Health Department
     309 Buck Street
     Millville, NJ 08332
     856-327-7602 ext 7101
     http://www.ccdoh.org
     Service Area: All of Cumberland County except for Vineland City

     Vineland City Department of Health
     640 E. Wood St., PO Box 1508
     Vineland, NJ 08362-1508
     856-794-4131
     http://www.vinelandcity.org
     Service Area: Vineland City

Women, Infants, and Children
     Tri-County WIC Program
     (Gateway Community Action Partnership)
     110 Cohansey Street/10 Washington Street
     Bridgeton, NJ 08302
     856- 451-5600
     Service Area: Cumberland, Camden and Cape May




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Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Cumberland County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Cumberland County Dept. of Health
       309 Buck Street
       Millville, NJ 08332
       856- 327-7602 Ext. 1132
       Fax: 856- 327-6274




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Essex County
Hospitals

     Clara Maass Medical Center
     One Clara Maass Drive
     Belleville, NJ 07109
     973- 450-2000
     Fax: 973- 450-0181

     Columbus Hospital LTACH
     495 N. 13th Street
     Newark, NJ 07107
     973- 587-7777
     Fax: 973- 587-7830

     East Orange General Hospital
     300 Central Avenue
     East Orange, NJ 07018-2897
     973- 672-8400
     Fax: 973- 266-8488

     HackensackUMC Mountainside
     1 Bay Avenue
     Montclair, NJ 07042
     973- 429-6000
     Fax: 973- 429-6209

     Kessler Inst. for Rehabilitation Kessler West
     1199 Pleasant Valley Way
     West Orange, NJ 07052
     973- 731-3600
     Fax: 973- 243-6819

     Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
     201 Lyons Avenue at Osborne Terrace
     Newark, NJ 07112
     973- 926-7000
     Fax: 973- 926-8371

     Saint Barnabas Medical Center
     94 Old Short Hills Road
     Livingston, NJ 07039
     973- 322-5000
     Fax: 973- 322-5007
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     Saint Michael's Medical Center
     111 Central Avenue
     Newark, NJ 07102
     973- 877-5000
     Fax: 973- 877-5672

     University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey - University Hospital
     150 Bergen Street
     Newark, NJ 07103-1709
     973- 972-4300
     Fax: 973- 972-6943

     VA New Jersey Health Care System (E. Orange)
     385 Tremont Avenue
     East Orange, NJ 07018-1095
     973- 676-1000
     Fax: 973- 676-4226



Federally Qualified Health Centers
       Newark Homeless Health Care
       110 William Street, Rm202
       Newark, NJ 07102
       973-733-5300

       Newark Community Health Centers, Inc.
       741 Broadway
       Newark, NJ 07104
       973-483-1300

       Newark Community Health Centers, Inc.
       751 Broadway
       Newark, NJ 07104
       973-483-1300


       Newark Community Health Centers, Inc.
       Newark Community Health Center at St. James Hospital
       155 Jefferson Street
       Newark, NJ 07105
       973-465-2828



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     Newark Community Health Centers, Inc.
     101 Ludlow Street
     Newark, NJ 07114
     PHONE: 973-565-0355


     Newark Community Health Centers, Inc.
     East Orange Primary Care Center
     444 William Street
     East Orange, NJ 07017
     973-675-1900


     Newark Community Health Centers, Inc.
     Irvington Community Health Center
     1148 - 1150 Springfield Avenue
     Irvington, NJ 07111
     973-399-6292


     Newark Community Health Centers, Inc.
     Orange Community Health Center
     37 North Day Street
     Orange, NJ 07050
     973-395-2611

Health Departments
     Bloomfield Department of Health
     1 Municipal Plaza, Room 111
     Blackwood, NJ 07003-3487
     973-680-4024
     http://www.co.essex.nj.us/
     Service Area: Bloomfield Twp., Caldwell Boro Twp., West Milford Twp.

     City of Orange Township Health Department
     29 North Day Street
     Orange, New Jersey 07050
     973-266-4071
     ci.orange.nj.us
     Service Area: City of Orange Township



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     East Orange Health Department
     143 New Street
     East Orange, NJ 07017-4918
     973-266-5480
     http://www.co.essex.nj.us/
     Service Area: East Orange City

     Essex Regional Health Commission
     204 Hillside Ave
     Livingston, NJ 07039
     973-251-2059
     http://www.essexregional.org
     Service Area: All of Essex County

     Irvington Health Department
     1 Civic Square, Municipal Building
     Irvington, NJ 07111-2497
     973-399-6647
     http://www.irvington.net
     Service Area: Irvington Twp.

     Livingston Health Department
     204 Hillside Avenue
     Livingston, NJ 07039-3994
     973-535-7961 ex. 234
     http://www.Livingstonnj.org
     Service Area: Livingston Twp., Millburn Twp.

     Maplewood Health Department
     574 Valley Street
     Maplewood, NJ 07040
     973-762-8120
     http://www.twp.maplewood.nj.us
     Service Area: Maplewood Twp.

     Montclair Health Department
     205 Claremont Avenue
     Montclair, NJ 07042-3401
     973-509-4970
     http://www.montclairnjusa.org
     Service Area: Montclair, Cedar Grove, Verona, Nutley and Belleville

     Newark Department of Health
     110 William Street
     Newark, NJ 07102-1316
     973-733-7592
     http://www.ci.newark.nj.us
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     Service Area: Newark City

     South Orange
     Twp. of So Orange Village - Village Hall, 101 South Orange Ave
     South Orange, NJ 07079
     973-378-7715x7710
     http://www.southorange.org/health.asp
     Service Area: South Orange Village Twp.

     West Caldwell Health Department
     Boro Hall, 30 Clinton Road
     West Caldwell, NJ 07006-6774
     973-226-2303
     http://www.westcaldwell.com
     Service Area: Fairfield Twp., North Caldwell Boro, West Caldwell Twp.

     West Orange Health Department
     Municipal Building, 66 Main Street
     West Orange, NJ 07052-5404
     973-325-4124
     http://www.westorange.org
     Service Area: Essex Falls Twp., West Orange Twp.


Women, Infants, and Children

     East Orange Health Department WIC Program
     185 Central Avenue, Suites 505-507
     East Orange, NJ 07018
     973- 395-8960
     Service Area: Fairfield, Verona, West Caldwell, Essex Falls, Cedar Grove, Glen
     Ridge, North Caldwell, Caldwell, Montclair, Orange, South Orange, East Orange,
     West Orange, Bloomfield, Belleville, Nutley, Millburn, Livingston, Roseland

     Newark WIC Program
     110 William Street
     Newark, NJ 07102
     973- 733-7628
     Service Areas: Newark, Irvington

     UMDNJ WIC Program
     Stanley Bergen Building (GA-06)
     65 Bergen Street
     Newark, NJ 07107
     973- 972-3416
     Service Areas: Newark, Irvington. (Open to any NJ resident being treated at
     UMDNJ, Newark)
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Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Essex County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Special Child Health Services
       50 South Clinton Street, Suite 4300
       East Orange, NJ 07018
       973- 395-8836 -or- 973- 395-8837
       Fax: 973- 395-8897




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Gloucester County

Hospitals
      Kennedy University Hospital - Washington Township
      435 Hurffville-Cross Keys Road
      Turnersville, NJ 08012
      856- 582-2500
      Fax: 856- 582-2552

      Underwood-Memorial Hospital
      509 North Broad Street
      Woodbury, NJ 08096-7358
      856- 845-0100
      Fax: 856- 845-5322

Federally Qualified Health Centers

      CompleteCare Health Network
      CompleteCare Medical & Dental
      Professionals
      335 N. Delsea Drive
      Glassboro, NJ 08028
      856-863-5720

      CAMcare Health Corporation
      CAMcare Paulsboro
      1315 North Delaware Street
      Paulsboro, NJ 08066
      856-687-2200



Health Department
      Gloucester County Health Department
      204 East Holly Avenue
      Sewell, NJ 08080
      856-218-4101
      http://www.co.gloucester.nj.us
      Service Area: All of Gloucester County



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Women, Infants, and Children
       Gloucester County WIC Program
       Department. of Health & Senior Services
       204 East Holly Avenue
       Sewell, New Jersey 08080
       856- 218-4116
       Service Area: All of Gloucester County


Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Gloucester County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Gloucester County Dept. of Health & Education Services
       1340 Tanyard Road, District Education Campus
       Sewell, NJ 08080
       856- 681-6128
       Fax: 856- 681-6133




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Hudson County
Hospitals
     Bayonne Medical Center
     29th Street & Avenue E
     Bayonne, NJ 07002-4639
     201- 858-5000
     Fax: 201- 858-4399

     Christ Hospital
     176 Palisade Avenue
     Jersey City, NJ 07306
     201- 795-8200
     Fax: 201- 795-8796

     Hoboken University Medical Center
     308 Willow Avenue
     Hoboken, NJ 07030
     201- 418-1000
     Fax: 201- 418-1011

     LibertyHealth-Jersey City Medical Center
     355 Grand Street
     Jersey City, NJ 07302
     201- 915-2000
     Fax: 201- 915-2002

     Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center
     55 Meadowlands Parkway
     Secaucus, NJ 07096-1580
     201- 392-3100
     Fax: 201- 319-1371

     Palisades Medical Center
     7600 River Road
     North Bergen, NJ 07047
     201- 854-5000
     Fax: 201- 854-5036

Federally Qualified Health Centers
       Horizon Health Center
       714 Bergen Avenue
       Jersey City, NJ 07306
       201-451-6300

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     Horizon Health Center
     Journal Square
     412 Summit Avenue
     Jersey City, NJ 07306
     201-963-5774

     Horizon Health Center
     Columbus
     115 Christopher Columbus Drive
     Jersey City, NJ 07302
     201-710-2200

     Horizon Health Center
     Bayonne Family Medical Center by HAC, Inc.
     29 East 29th Street
     Bayonne, NJ 07002
     201-683-2000

     Metropolitan Family Health Network
     935 Garfield Avenue
     Jersey City, NJ 07304
     201-478-5800

Health Departments
     Bayonne Department of Health
     Municipal Building, 630 Avenue C
     Bayonne, NJ 07002-3878
     201-858-6112
     http://www.bayonnenj.org/
     Service Area: Bayonne

     Harrison Board of Health
     318 Harrison Avenue
     Harrison, NJ 07029-1752
     973-268-2441
     www.townofharrison.com
     Service Area: Harrison Town




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     Hoboken Health Department
     124 Grand Street
     Hoboken, NJ 07030-4297
     201-420-2365
     http://www.hobokennj.org/
     Service Area: Hoboken City

     Hudson Regional Health Commission
     Meadowview Campus, 595 County Avenue - Bldg. 1
     Secaucus, NJ 07094
     201-223-1133
     http://www.hudsonregional.org
     Service Area: All of Hudson County

     Jersey City Division of Health
     One Journal Square
     Jersey City, NJ 07306
     201-547-5545
     http://www.jerseycitynj.gov/
     Service Area: Jersey City

     Kearny Department of Health
     645 Kearny Avenue
     Kearny, NJ 07032-2998
     201-997-0600
     http://www.kearnyusa.com
     Service Area: East Newark Boro, Kearny Town

     North Bergen Health Department
     1116 43rd Street
     North Bergen, NJ 07047
     201-392-2084
     http://www.northbergen.org/
     Service Area: Bayonne City, North Bergen Twp., Union City

     West New York Health Department
     428 - 60th Street, Room 31
     West New York, NJ 07093
     201-295-5070
     www.hudsoncountynj.org www.westnewyorknj.org
     Service Area: Guttenberg Town, Secaucus Town, Weehawken Twp., West New
     York




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Women, Infants, and Children

       Jersey City WIC Program
       384 Martin Luther Blvd
       Jersey City, NJ 07305
       201- 547-5682//547-4697/547-4587
       Service Area: Bayonne and Jersey City

       North Hudson CAC WIC Program
       407 39th Street
       Union City, NJ
       201- 866-4700
       Service Area: Union City, West New York, North Bergen, Weehawken, Kearny,
       Harrison, East Newark, Hoboken, Guttenberg, Secaucus


Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Hudson County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Jersey City Medical Center
       953 Garfield Avenue
       Jersey City, NJ 07304-3199
       201- 915-2514
       Fax: 201- 433-2426




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Hunterdon County
Hospitals

      Hunterdon Medical Center
      2100 Wescott Drive
      Flemington, NJ 08822
      908- 788-6100
      Fax: 908- 788-6111

Federally Qualified Health Centers
N/A

Health Department
       Hunterdon County Division of Public Health Services
       314 State Rt. 12, County Complex Bldg 1, PO Box 2900
       Flemington, NJ 08822-2900
       908-788-1351
       http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/health.htm
       Service Area: All of Hunterdon County

Women, Infants, and Children

       Norwescap WIC Program
       350 Marshall Avenue
       Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
       908- 454-1210
       Service Area: All of Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren Counties; Somerset County
       except for Franklin Township

Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Hunterdon County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Hunterdon Medical Center
       2100 Wescott Drive
       Flemington, NJ 08822-9238
       908- 788-6399
       Fax: 908- 788-658
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Mercer County

Hospitals

     Capital Health Medical Center-Hopewell
     One Capital Way
     Pennington, NJ 08534-2520
     609- 394-4000
     Fax: 609- 695-8865

     Capital Health Regional Medical Center
     750 Brunswick Avenue
     Trenton, NJ 08638-4143
     609- 394-6000
     Fax: 609- 695-8865

     Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton
     One Hamilton Health Place
     Hamilton, NJ 08690-3599
     609- 586-7900
     Fax: 609- 584-6429

     St. Francis Medical Center
     601 Hamilton Avenue
     Trenton, NJ 08629-1986
     609- 599-5000
     Fax: 609- 984-8320

     St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center
     2381 Lawrenceville Road
     Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
     609- 896-9500
     Fax: 609- 895-0242

Federally Qualified Health Centers
       Henry J. Austin Health Center, Inc.
       321 North Warren Street
       Trenton, NJ 08618
       609-278-5900




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     Henry J. Austin Health Center, Inc.
     Ewing Health Center
     112 Ewing Street
     Trenton, NJ 08609
     609-278-5900

     Henry J. Austin Health Center, Inc.
     Chambers Manor Family Practice
     317 Chambers Street
     Trenton, NJ 08609
     609-278-5900

Health Departments
     Ewing Township Health Department
     2 Jake Garzio Drive
     Ewing, NJ 08628-1544
     609-883-2900x7691
     http://www.ewingtwp.net
     Service Area: Ewing Twp

     Hamilton Township Division of Health
     2100 Greenwood Avenue, PO Box 00150
     Hamilton, NJ 08650-1050
     609-890-3820
     http://www.hamiltonnj.com/index.htm
     Service Area: East Windsor Twp., Hamilton Twp.

     Hopewell Township Health Department
     201 Washington Crossing-Pennington Rd
     Titusville, NJ 08560-1410
     609-737-0120
     www.hopewelltwp.org
     Service Area: Hopewell Twp.

     Lawrence Township Health Department
     2207 Lawrenceville Road, PO Box 6006
     Lawrenceville, NJ 08648-3198
     609-844-7089
     http://www.lawrencetwp.com/
     Service Area: Lawrence Twp




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     Mercer County Division of Public Health
     McDade Administration Building, 640 South Broad St - PO Box 8068
     Trenton, NJ 08650-0068
     609-278-7165
     www.mercercounty.org
     Service Area: All of Mercer County

     Princeton Regional Health Department
     Borough Hall, 1 Monument Drive, PO Box 390
     Princeton, NJ 08542
     609-497-7610
     http://www.princetonhealthoffice.org
     Service Area: Princeton Boro, Princeton Twp

     Trenton City Department of Health & Human Services, DOH
     218 North Broad Street
     Trenton, NJ 08618
     609-989-3242x106
     http://www.ci.trenton.nj.us/trenton.html
     Service Area: Trenton City

     West Windsor Township Health Department
     PO Box 38, 271 Clarksville Road
     Princeton Junction, NJ 08550-0038
     609-799-2400
     http://www.westwindsornj.org/geninfo.html
     Service Area: Hightstown Boro, West Windsor Twp.


Women, Infants, and Children
     The Children’s Home Society of NJ
     Mercer WIC Program
     80 West Upper Ferry Road
     Fisk Professional Center, 2nd Floor
     Ewing, NJ 08628
     609- 498-7755
     Service Area: Mercer County




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Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Mercer County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Special Child Health Services
       1068 Old Trenton Road
       Hamilton, NJ 08690
       609- 588-8460
       Fax: 609- 631-6592




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Middlesex County
Hospitals

     Care One at Raritan Bay Medical Center
     530 New Brunswick Avenue
     Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
     732- 324-6090
     Fax: 732- 324-6091

     Children's Specialized Hospital
     200 Somerset Street
     New Brunswick, NJ 08901
     732- 258-7000
     Fax: 732- 258-7210

     JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute
     65 James Street
     Edison, NJ 08818
     732- 321-7050
     Fax: 732- 632-1671

     JFK Medical Center
     65 James Street
     Edison, NJ 08818
     732- 321-7000
     Fax: 732- 549-8532

     Raritan Bay Medical Center
     530 New Brunswick Avenue
     Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
     732- 442-3700
     Fax: 732- 324-5330

     Raritan Bay Medical Center-Old Bridge Division
     One Hospital Plaza
     Old Bridge, NJ 08857
     732- 360-1000
     Fax: 732- 360-4147

     Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
     One Robert Wood Johnson Place
     P.O. Box 2601
     New Brunswick, NJ 08903-2601
     732- 828-3000
     Fax: 732- 937-8837

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     Saint Peter's University Hospital
     254 Easton Avenue
     P.O. Box 591
     New Brunswick, NJ 08903-0591
     732- 745-8600
     Fax: 732- 745-9099

     University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro
     One Plainsboro Road
     Plainsboro, NJ 08536
     609- 497-4000
     Fax: 609- 497-4977

     University of Medicine & Dentistry of NJ-University Behavioral HealthCare
     671 Hoes Lane, PO Box 1392
     Piscataway, NJ 08855-1392
     732- 235-5500
     Fax: 732- 235-5134


Federally Qualified Health Centers
       Eric B. Chandler Health Center
       277 George Street
       New Brunswick, NJ 08901
       732-235-6700

       Jewish Renaissance Medical Center
       275 Hobart Street
       Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
       732-376-9333

       Eric B. Chandler Health Center
       Eric B. Chandler Health Center Church Street Annex
       123 Church Street
       New Brunswick, NJ 08901
       732-235-2052




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Health Departments
     Edison Department of Health & Human Services
     Municipal Complex, 100 Municipal Boulevard
     Edison, NJ 08817
     732-248-7290
     www.edisonnj.org
     Service Area: Edison Twp.

     Middlesex County Public Health Department
     75 Bayard Street, 5th Floor, County Administration Building
     New Brunswick, NJ 08901
     732-745-3100
     http://co.middlesex.nj.us/publichealth
     Service Area: All of Middlesex County except for Edison Twp, South
     Brunswick Twp and Woodbridge Twp.

     South Brunswick Health Department
     540 Ridge Road (Route 522), PO Box 190
     Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852
     732-329-4000x7237
     http://www.twp.south-brunswick.nj.us/DepIndex.asp
     Service Area: South Brunswick Twp.

     Woodbridge Twp Department of Health & Human Services
     2 George Frederick Plaza
     Woodbridge, NJ 07095
     732-855-0600x5026
     www.twp.woodbridge.nj.us
     Service Area: Woodbridge Twp.



Women, Infants, and Children
      VNA of Central Jersey, INC. WIC Program
      888 Main Street
      Belford, NJ 07718
      732- 471-9301
      Service Area: Middlesex, Monmouth and Franklin Township in Somerset County




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Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Middlesex County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Middlesex County Department of Health
       75 Bayard Street, 5th Floor
       New Brunswick, NJ 08901
       732- 745-3187
       Fax: 732- 745-2568




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Monmouth County
Hospitals

     AcuteCare Health System, LLC Specialty Hospital at Monmouth
     300 2nd Avenue
     Greenwall Six
     Long Branch, NJ 07740
     732- 923-5037
     Fax: 732- 923-6580

     Bayshore Community Hospital
     727 North Beers Street
     Holmdel, NJ 07733-1598
     732- 739-5900
     Fax: 732- 739-5887

     CentraState Healthcare System
     901 West Main Street
     Freehold, NJ 07728
     732- 431-2000
     Fax: 732- 462-5129

     HEALTHSOUTH Rehabilitation Hospital of Tinton Falls
     2 Centre Plaza
     Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
     732- 460-5320
     Fax: 732- 460-7446

     Jersey Shore University Medical Center
     1945 Route 33
     Neptune, NJ 07754
     732- 775-5500
     Fax: 732- 776-4583

     Monmouth Medical Center
     300 Second Avenue
     Long Branch, NJ 07740
     732- 222-5200
     Fax: 732- 823-7570

     Riverview Medical Center
     One Riverview Plaza
     Red Bank, NJ 07701
     732- 741-2700
     Fax: 732- 224-8408

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Federally Qualified Health Centers
      Monmouth Family Health Center
      270 Broadway
      Long Branch, NJ 07740
      732-923-7100

     Monmouth Family Health Center
     Women's Wellness Center of the Monmouth Family
     Health Center
     80 Pavilion Avenue
     Long Branch, NJ 07740
     732-963-0114

      Monmouth Family Health Center
      Monmouth Family Health Center
      300 Second Avenue
      Long Branch, NJ 07740
      732-923-6585

     Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey Community Health Center
     1301 Main Street
     Asbury Park, NJ 07712
     732-774-6333

      Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey Community Health Center
      Keyport Primary Care Center
      35 Broad Street
      Keyport, NJ 07735
      732-888-4149


      Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey Community Health Center
      Red Bank Community Health Center
      176 Riverside Avenue
      Red Bank, NJ 07701
      732-219-6620




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     Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey Community Health Center
     Keansburg Community Health Center
     100 Main Street
     Keansburg, NJ 07734
     732-787-1250



Health Departments
     Colts Neck Township Health Department
     124 Cedar Drive
     Colts Neck, NJ 07722-0249
     732-462-5470 ext.109
     http://www.colts-neck.nj.us
     Service Area: Colts Neck Twp

     Freehold Area Health Department
     1 Municipal Plaza
     Freehold, NJ 07728-3099
     732-294-2060
     http://www.twp.freehold.nj.us
     Service Area: Freehold Boro, Freehold Twp., Upper Freehold Twp

     Long Branch Department of Health
     344 Broadway
     Long Branch, NJ 07740-6938
     732-571-5665
     http://www.visitlongbranch.com
     Service Area: Long Branch City

     Manalapan Township Department of Health
     120 Route 522
     Manalapan, NJ 07726-3497
     732-446-8345
     http://www.twp.manalapan.nj.us
     Service Area: Manalapan Twp

     Middletown Township Health Department
     1 Kings Hwy, 3 Penelope Lane
     Middletown, NJ 07748-2594
     732-615-2095
     http://www.middletownnj.org
     Service Area: Middletown Twp


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       Monmouth County Health Department
       3435 Highway 9
       Freehold, NJ 07728-2850
       732-431-7456
       www.visitmonmouth.com
       Service Area: Aberdeen, Allentown, Asbury Park, Atlantic Highlands, Avon-by-
       the-Sea, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Eatontown, Englishtown, Farmingdale, Hazlet,
       Holmdel, Howell, Keyport, Lake Como, Manasquan, Marlboro, Matawan,
       Millstone, Neptune City, Neptune Twp., Oceanport, Roosevelt, Shrewsbury,
       Union Beach

       Monmouth County Regional Health Commission #1
       1540 West Park Avenue, Suite 1
       Ocean Twp, NJ 07712
       732-493-9520
       http://www.mcrhc.org
       Service Area: Allenhurst, Brielle, Deal, Fair Haven, Highlands, Interlaken,
       Keansburg, Little Silver, Loch Arbour, Monmouth Beach, Ocean Township, Red
       Bank, Rumson, Sea Bright, Sea Girt, Shrewbury Borough, Spring Lake, Spring
       Lake Heights, Tinton Falls, Wall Township, West Long Branch


Women, Infants, and Children

       VNA of Central Jersey, Inc., WIC Program
       888 Main Street
       Belford, NJ 07718
       732- 471-9301
       Service Area: Monmouth, Middlesex and Franklin Township in Somerset County

Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Monmouth County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Special Child Health Services/Early Intervention
       176 Riverside Avenue
       Red Bank, NJ 07701
       732- 224-6950
       Fax: 732- 747-4404



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Morris County

Hospitals

     Atlantic Rehabilitation Institute
     95 Mount Kemble Avenue
     Morristown, NJ 07962-1978
     973- 971-4434
     Fax: 973- 290-7601

     Chilton Hospital
     97 West Parkway
     Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
     973- 831-5000
     Fax: 973- 831-5183

     Kessler Inst. for Rehabilitation (West Orange, Saddle Brook & Chester)
     201 Pleasant Hill Road
     Chester, NJ 07930
     973- 584-7500
     Fax: 973- 252-6343

     Kindred Hospital at Morris County
     400 W Blackwell Street
     Dover, NJ 07801
     973- 537-3878
     Fax: 973- 537-3895

     Morristown Medical Center
     100 Madison Avenue, P.O. Box 1956
     Morristown, NJ 07962-1956
     973- 971-5000
     Fax: 973- 290-7550

     Saint Clare's Hospital/Boonton Township
     130 Powerville Road
     Boonton, NJ 07005
     973- 316-1806
     Fax: 973- 316-1839

     Saint Clare's Hospital/Denville
     25 Pocono Road
     Denville, NJ 07834-2995
     973- 625-6000
     Fax: 973- 625-0416
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     Saint Clare's Hospital/Dover
     400 West Blackwell Street
     Dover, NJ 07801-2525
     973- 989-3000
     Fax: 973- 989-3195

Federally Qualified Health Centers
       Zufall Health Center
       17 S. Warren Street
       Dover, NJ 07801
       973-328-3344


       Zufall Health Center
       Health Center at Morristown
       2-4 Atno Avenue
       Morristown, NJ 07960
       973-267-0002

       Zufall Health Center
       18 West Blackwell Street
       Dover, NJ 07801
       973-328-3344



Health Departments
       Dover Health Department
       37 North Sussex Street, Box 798
       Dover, NJ 07802-0798
       973-366-2439
       http://www.dover.nj.us/
       Service Area: Dover Town

       East Hanover Health Department
       411 Ridgedale Avenue
       East Hanover, NJ 07936-1487
       973-428-3035
       http://www.easthanovertownship.com
       Service Area: East Hanover Twp., Parsippany-Troy Hills Twp., Roseland Boro




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     Hanover Township Health Department
     1000 Route 10, PO Box 250
     Whippany, NJ 07981-0250
     973-428-2485
     http://www.hanovertownship.com
     Service Area: Hanover Twp., Harding Twp., Morris Twp

     Jefferson Township Health Department
     1033 Weldon Road
     Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849-0367
     973-697-1500
     http://www.jeffersontownship.net
     Service Area: Jefferson Twp

     Lincoln Park Health Department
     34 Chapel Hill Road
     Lincoln Park, NJ 07035-1998
     973-694-6306
     http://www.lincolnpark.org
     Service Area: Lincoln Park Boro

     Madison Health Department
     28 Walnut Street
     Madison, NJ 07940
     973-593-3081
     http://gov.rosenet.org
     Service Area: Butler Boro, Chatham Boro, Chatham Twp., Madison Boro, Morris
     Plains Boro, Victory Gardens Boro

     Montville Township Health Department
     195 Changebridge Road
     Montville, NJ 07045-9498
     973-331-3316
     http://www.montvillenj.org
     Service Area: Montville Twp., Mountain Lakes Boro

     Morris County Office of Health Management
     1 Hall of Records, PO Box 900
     Morristown, NJ 07963-0900
     973-631-5484
     http://www.co.morris.nj.us
     Service Area: Boonton Twp. and Denville




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     Morristown Division of Health
     200 South Street, PO Box 914
     Morristown, NJ 07963-0914
     973-796-1975
     http://www.townofmorristown.org
     Service Area: Morristown

     Mt. Olive Township Health Department
     Route 46, PO Box 450
     Budd Lake, NJ 07828-3200
     973-691-0900
     http://www.mountolivetownship.com/
     Service Area: Dover, Mount Arlington Boro, Mount Olive Twp., Netcong Boro,
     Wharton Boro

     Pequannock Township Health Department
     530 Newark Pompton Turnpike
     Pompton Plains, NJ 07444-1799
     973-835-5700x128
     http://www.peqtwp.org/
     Service Area: Bloomingdale Boro, Florham Park Boro, Kinnelon Boro,
     Pequannock Twp., Riverdale Boro

     Randolph Township Board of Health
     502 Millbrook Avenue
     Randolph, NJ 07869-3799
     973-989-7050
     http://www.randolphnj.org
     Service Area: Mine Hill Twp., Randolph Twp., Rockaway Boro, Roxbury Twp

     Rockaway Township Health Department
     65 Mt. Hope Road
     Rockaway, NJ 07866-1699
     973-983-2848
     http://www.rockawaytownship.org/health/health.html
     Service Area: Boonton Town, Rockaway Twp

     Roxbury Township Health Department
     72 Eyland Avenue
     Succasunna, NJ 07876-1622
     973-448-2028
     http://www.roxburynj.us
     Service Area: Roxbury Twp.,




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       Washington Township Health Department
       43 Schooley's Mountain Road
       Long Valley, NJ 07853
       908-876-3650
       http://www.wtmorris.org
       Service Area: Chester Twp., Washington Twp




Women, Infants, and Children
       St. Joseph's WIC Program
       185 6th Avenue
       Paterson, NJ 07524
       973-754-4575/973-754-4730
       Service Area: All of Morris and Bergen Counties; Passaic County except for the
       City of Passaic



Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Morris County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Morristown Memorial Hospital
       100 Madison Avenue, Box 99
       Morristown, NJ 07962-1956
       973- 971-4155
       Fax: 973- 290-7358




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Ocean County

Hospitals
      AcuteCare Health System, LLC Specialty Hospital at Kimball
      500 River Road
      Lakewood, NJ 08701-4743
      732- 942-3592

      Barnabas Health Behavioral Health Network
      1691 US Highway Route 9-CN 2025
      Toms River, NJ 08754
      732- 914-1688
      Fax: 732- 914-3854

      Community Medical Center
      99 Highway 37 West
      Toms River, NJ 08755
      732- 557-8000
      Fax: 732- 557-8087

      HEALTHSOUTH Rehabilitation Hospital of Toms River
      14 Hospital Drive
      Toms River, NJ 08755
      732- 244-3100
      Fax: 732- 818-4840

      Kimball Medical Center
      600 River Avenue
      Lakewood, NJ 08701-4281
      732- 363-1900
      Fax: 732- 886-4406

      Ocean Medical Center
      425 Jack Martin Boulevard
      Brick, NJ 08724
      732- 840-2200
      Fax: 732- 840-3284

      Southern Ocean Medical Center
      1140 Route 72 West
      Manahawkin, NJ 08050
      609- 978-8900
      Fax: 609- 978-8920

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Federally Qualified Health Centers
      CHEMED (Center for Health Education, Medicine and Dentistry)
      1771 Madison Avenue
      Lakewood, NJ 08701
       732-364-2144

      Ocean Health Initiatives, Inc.
      Ocean Health Initiatives
      101 Second Street
      Lakewood, NJ 08701
      732-363-6655


      Ocean Health Initiatives, Inc.
      Ocean Health Initiatives
      301 Lakehurst Road
      Toms River, NJ 08755
      732-552-0377


      Ocean Health Initiatives, Inc.
      Ocean Health Initiatives
      333 Haywood Road
      Stafford, NJ 08050
      609-489-0110


Health Departments
      Long Beach Island Health Department
      11601 Long Beach Boulevard
      Haven Beach, NJ 08008-3661
      609-492-1212
      http://www.lbihealth.com/
      Service Area: All of Long Beach Island

      Ocean County Health Department
      175 Sunset Avenue, PO Box 2191
      Toms River, NJ 08754-2191
      732-341-9700x7201
      http://www.ochd.org
      Service Area: All of Ocean County except Long Beach Island


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Women, Infants, and Children
       Ocean County WIC Program
       175 Sunset Avenue
       P.O. Box 2191
       Toms River, NJ 08754
       732- 341-9700 Ext. 7520
       800- 342-9738

       Service Area: All of Ocean County

       Lakewood WIC
       Northern Ocean County Board of Health
       1771 Madison Avenue
       Lakewood, NJ 08701
       (732) 370-0122
       Service Area: All of Ocean County




Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Ocean County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Ocean County Department of Health
       P.O. Box 2191
       Sunset Avenue
       Toms River, NJ 08754-2191
       732- 341-9700 ext. 7602
       Fax: 732- 678-0037




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Passaic County

Hospitals
     Kindred Hospital at Wayne
     224 Hamburg Turnpike
     Wayne, NJ 07470-3628
     973- 636-7256
     Fax: 973- 595-6432

     St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center
     703 Main Street
     Paterson, NJ 07503-2621
     973- 754-2000
     Fax: 973- 754-3900

     St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital
     224 Hamburg Turnpike
     Wayne, NJ 07470-3628
     973- 942-6900
     Fax: 973- 389-4044

     St. Mary's Hospital
     350 Boulevard
     Passaic, NJ 07055-2840
     973- 365-4300
     Fax: 973- 471-5531

Federally Qualified Health Centers
      Paterson Community Health Center
      32 Clinton Street
      Paterson, NJ 07522
      973-790-6594

      Paterson Community Health Center
      227 Broadway
      Paterson, NJ 07501
      973-278-2600

      North Hudson Community Action Corporation Health Center
       110 Main Avenue
       Passaic, NJ 07055
       973-777-0256
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     North Hudson Community Action Corporation Health Center
     148-8th Street
     Passaic, NJ 07055
     973-473-3033


Health Departments
     Clifton Board of Health
     900 Clifton Avenue
     Clifton, NJ 07013-2705
     973-470-5763
     http://www.cliftonnj.org
     Service Area: Clifton City

     Passaic City Health Department
     City of Passaic, 330 Passaic Street
     Passaic, NJ 07055-5814
     973-365-5603
     http://www.cityofpassaic.com
     Service Area: Passaic City

     Passaic County Department of Health
     Administrative Bldg, Annex Rm 201, 317 Pennsylvania Avenue
     Paterson, NJ 07503-1788
     973-881-4396
     http://www.passaiccountynj.org/
     Service Area: All of Passaic County

     Paterson Division of Health
     176 Broadway
     Paterson, NJ 07505-1198
     http://www.patersonnj.gov/department/division.php?fDD=9-134
     Service Area: Haledon Boro, Hawthorne Boro, North Haledon Boro, Paterson
     City, Prospect Park Boro, Totowa Boro

     Ringwood Health Department
     60 Margaret King Avenue
     Ringwood, NJ 07456-1703
     973-962-7079
     http://www.ringwoodnj.net
     Service Area: Ringwood Boro, Wanaque Boro




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       Wayne Township Department of Health
       475 Valley Road
       Wayne, NJ 07470-3586
       973-694-1800x3243
       www.waynetownship.com
       Service Area: Pompton Lakes Boro, Wayne Twp

       West Milford Township Health Department
       1480 Union Valley Road
       West Milford, NJ 07480-1303
       973-728-2720
       http://www.westmilford.org
       Service Area: West Milford Twp.


Women, Infants, and Children

       St. Joseph’s WIC Program
       185 6th Avenue
       Paterson, NJ 07524
       (973) 754-4575/4730
       Service Area: Passaic County except for the City of Passaic; All of Morris and
       Bergen Counties

       Passaic WIC Program
       333 Passaic Street
       Passaic, NJ 07055
       (973) 365-5620
       Services Area: City of Passaic

Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

     Passaic County SCHS-Case Management Unit
     Catholic Family and Community Services
     775 Valley Road
     Clifton, NJ 07013
     973- 523-6778
     Fax: 973- 523-7715


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Salem County

Hospitals
      The Memorial Hospital of Salem County
      310 Woodstown Road
      Salem, NJ 08079-2080
      856- 935-1000
      Fax: 856- 935-3175

      South Jersey Healthcare-Elmer Hospital
      501 West Front Street
      P.O. Box 1090
      Elmer, NJ 08318
      856- 363-1000
      Fax: 856- 358-3248


Federally Qualified Health Centers

      Southern Jersey Family Medical
      Centers
      Salem Center
      238 East Broadway
      Salem, NJ 08079
      856-935-7711


Health Department
      Salem County Health Department
      110 5th St. Suite 400

      Salem, NJ 08079

      856-339-8609
      http://www.salemcountynj.gov

      Service Area: All of Salem County




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Women, Infants, and Children
       Tri-County WIC Program
       (Gateway Community Action Partnership)
       110 Cohansey Street/10 Washington Street
       Bridgeton, NJ 08302
       856- 451-5600

       Service Area: Camden, Cumberland, Cape May and Salem Counties


Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Salem County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Salem County Department of Health
       98 Market Street
       Salem, NJ 08079-1911
       856- 935-7510 ext. 8476
       Fax: 856- 935-8483




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Somerset County

Hospitals

     Carrier Clinic
     252 Route 601, PO Box 147
     Belle Mead, NJ 08502
     908- 281-1000
     Fax: 908- 281-1395

     East Mountain Hospital
     252 Route 601, P.O. Box 1029
     Belle Mead, NJ 08502
     908- 281-1000
     Fax: 908- 281-1395

     Matheny Medical and Educational Center
     65 Highland Avenue, P.O. Box 339
     Peapack, NJ 07977
     908- 234-0011
     Fax: 908- 719-2137

     Somerset Medical Center
     110 Rehill Avenue
     Somerville, NJ 08876
     908- 685-2200
     Fax: 908- 685-2894

     VA New Jersey Health Care System (Lyons)
     151 Knollcroft Road
     Lyons, NJ 07939
     908- 647-0180
     Fax: 908- 647-3452

Federally Qualified Health Centers
      VNA of Central Jersey, Inc. WIC Program
      888 Main Street
      Belford, NJ 07718
      732- 471-9301
      Service Area: Franklin Township in Somerset County, Middlesex and Monmouth
      Counties



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       NORWESCAP WIC Program

       350 Marshall Avenue
       Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
       908- 454-1210
       Service Area: All of Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren Counties; Somerset County
       except for Franklin Township


Health Departments
     Bernards Township Health
     262 South Finley Avenue
     Basking Ridge, NJ 07920-1418
     908-204-3070
     www.bernardshealth.org
     Service Area: Bernards Twp., Bernardsville Boro, Chester Boro, Long Hill Twp.,
     Mendham Boro, Mendham Twp., Peapack Gladstone Boro

     Branchburg Township Department of Health
     34 Kenbury Road
     Branchburg, NJ 08876
     908-526-1300x183
     http://www.branchburg.nj.us
     Service Area: Branchburg Twp

     Bridgewater Township Health Department
     100 Commons Way
     Bridgewater, NJ 08807-0300
     908-725-6300
     http://www.bridgewaternj.gov
     Service Area: Bridgewater Twp.

     Hillsborough Township Health Department
     379 South Branch Road
     Hillsborough, NJ 08844
     908-369-5652
     http://www.co.somerset.nj.us/
     Service Area: Hillsborough Twp., Millstone Boro

     Middle Brook Regional Health Commission
     111 Greenbrook Road
     Green Brook, NJ 08812
     732-968-5151
     http://www.middlebrookhealth.org
     Service Area: Bound Brook Boro, Green Brook Twp., South Bound Brook Boro,
     Warren Twp., Watchung Boro
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     Montgomery Township Health Department
     Municipal Building, 2261 Van Horne Road - Route 206
     Belle Mead, NJ 08502-4012
     908-359-8211
     http://www.twp.montgomery.nj.us
     Service Area: Hopewell Boro, Montgomery Twp., Pennington Boro

     Somerset County Health Department
     27 Warren Street
     Somerville, NJ 08876
     908-231-7155
     http://www.co.somerset.nj.us/health/index.htm
     Service Area: Bedminster Twp., Far Hills Boro, Franklin Township, Manville Boro,
     North Plainfield Boro, Raritan Boro, Rocky Hill Boro, Somerville Boro


Women, Infants, and Children
      VNA of Central Jersey, Inc. WIC Program
      888 Main Street
      Belford, NJ 07718
      732- 471-9301
      Service Area: Franklin Township in Somerset County, Middlesex and Monmouth
      Counties

      NORWESCAP WIC Program

      350 Marshall Avenue
      Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
      908- 454-1210
      Service Area: All of Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren Counties; Somerset County
      except for Franklin Township




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Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Somerset County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Somerset Handicapped Children’s Treatment Center
       377 Union Avenue
       Bridgewater, NJ 08807-0824
       908- 725-2366
       Fax: 908- 725-3945




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Sussex County
Hospitals
      Newton Medical Center
      175 High Street
      Newton, NJ 07860
      973- 383-2121
      Fax: 973- 383-8973

Federally Qualified Health Centers

      Neighborhood Health Center Plainfield
      Neighborhood Health Center Newton
      238 Spring Street
      Newton, NJ 07860
      973-383-7001

Health Department
     Sussex County Department of Environmental and Public Health Services
     Sussex County Administrative Center
     201 Wheatsworth Road
     Hardyston, NJ 07819
     973-579-0370
     http://www.sussex.nj.us/health
     Service Area: All of Sussex County


Women, Infants, and Children
      NORWESCAP WIC Program

      350 Marshall Avenue
      Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
      908- 454-1210
      Service Area: All of Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren Counties; Somerset County
      except for Franklin Township




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Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Sussex County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Sussex County Dept of Environmental & Public Health Services
       129 Morris Turnpike
       Newton, NJ 07860
       973- 948-5239
       Fax: 973- 948-2270




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Union County

Hospitals
     Kindred Hospital-Rahway
     865 Stone Street
     Rahway, NJ 07065
     732- 453-2950
     Fax: 732- 381-9370

     Overlook Medical Center
     99 Beauvoir Avenue
     Summit, NJ 07901
     908- 522-2000
     Fax: 908- 273-5134

     Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Rahway
     865 Stone Street
     Rahway, NJ 07065
     732- 381-4200
     Fax: 732- 499-6337

     Runnells Specialized Hospital of Union County
     40 Watchung Way
     Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922
     908- 771-5700
     Fax: 908- 771-0376

     Summit Oaks Hospital
     19 Prospect Street
     Summit, NJ 07902
     908- 522-7000
     Fax: 908- 522-7001

     Trinitas Regional Medical Center
     225 Williamson Street
     Elizabeth, NJ 07202
     908- 994-5000
     Fax: 908- 820-0554




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Federally Qualified Health Centers
       Neighborhood Health Center Plainfield
       1700-58 Myrtle Avenue
       Plainfield, NJ 07063-1038
       908-753-6401X1100

       Neighborhood Health Center Plainfield
       Neighborhood Health Center Elizabeth
       184 First Street
       Elizabeth, NJ 07206
       908-355-4459

Health Departments

     City of Plainfield Division of Health
     510 Watchung Avenue
     Plainfield, NJ 07060
     908-753-3092
     http://www.plainfield.com
     Service Area: Plainfield City

     Clark Health Department
     430 Westfield Avenue
     Clark, NJ 07066
     732-428-8405
     http://www.ourclark.com/
     Service Area: Clark Twp

     Cranford Health Department
     8 Springfield Avenue
     Cranford, NJ 07016
     908-709-7238
     http://www.cranford.com/health/
     Service Area: Cranford Twp

     Elizabeth Department of Health & Human Services
     City Hall of Elizabeth Room G-12 and G-5
     50 Winfield Scott Plaza
     Elizabeth, NJ 07201-2462
     908-820-4060
     http://www.elizabethnj.org/
     Service Area: Elizabeth City



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     Linden Board of Health
     City Hall, 301 North Wood Avenue
     Linden, NJ 07036-4296
     908-474-8409
     http://www.linden-nj.org/
     Service Area: Linden City

     Rahway Health Department
     1 City Hall Plaza
     Rahway, NJ 07065-3930
     732-827-2085
     http://www.cityofrahway.com/home.htm
     Service Area: Berkeley Heights Twp., Hillside Twp., Rahway City, Scotch Plains
     Twp., Winfield

     Roselle Borough Board of Health
     210 Chestnut Street
     Roselle, NJ 07203
     908-259-3031
     www.boroughofroselle.com
     Service Area: Roselle Boro

     Union County Office of Health Management
     300 North Avenue East
     Westfield, NJ 07090
     908-518-5620
     http://www.ucnj.org/lincs
     Service Area: All of Union County

     Union Township Department of Health
     Municipal Building
     1976 Morris Avenue
     Union, NJ 07083-1894
     908-851-8507
     http://www.uniontownship.com
     Service Area: Kenilworth Boro, Union Twp.

     Westfield Regional Health Department
     Municipal Building
     425 East Broad Street
     Westfield, NJ 07090-2197
     908-789-4070x4074
     www.westfieldnj.gov/health
     Service Area: Fanwood Boro, Garwood Boro, Mountainside Boro, New Providence
     Boro, Roselle Park Boro, Springfield Twp., Summit City, Westfield Twp.


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Women, Infants, and Children
       Plainfield WIC Program
       510 Watchung Avenue
       Plainfield, NJ 07060
       (908) 753-3397
       Service Area: City of Plainfield

       Trinitas Hospital WIC Program
       40 Parker Road
       Elizabeth, NJ 07208
       (908) 994-5141
       Service Area: All of Union County except for the city of Plainfield


Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Union County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       313 South Avenue, Suite 103
       Fanwood, NJ 07023
       908- 889-0950 ext. 2544
       Fax: 908- 889-7535




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Warren County
Hospitals
     Hackettstown Regional Medical Center
     651 Willow Grove Street
     Hackettstown, NJ 07840-1792
     908- 852-5100
     Fax: 908- 850-6822

     St. Luke's Hospital-Warren Campus
     185 Roseberry Street
     Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
     908- 859-6700
     Fax: 908- 859-4546

Federally Qualified Health Centers

      Neighborhood Health Center Plainfield
      Neighborhood Health Center Phillipsburg
      427-429 South Main Street
      Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
      908-454-4600

       Zufall Health Center
       653 Willow Grove Street, Suite 1450
       Hackettstown, NJ 07840
       908-452-5366

Health Departments
     Warren County Health Department

     700 Oxford Road
     Oxford, NJ 07863
     908-475-7960
     http://www.co.warren.nj.us/
     Service Area: All of Warren County




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Women, Infants, and Children
       NORWESCAP WIC Program

       350 Marshall Avenue
       Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
       908- 454-1210
       Service Area: All of Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren Counties; Somerset County
       except for Franklin Township


Special Child Health Services Management Unit
New Jersey has made a commitment assist families caring for children with complex, long-
term medical and developmental disabilities. Each of the State’s 21 counties has an SCHS
Case Management Unit, whose staff, with parental consent, work with the child’s parents
and the physician to evaluate an affected child’s strengths and needs; and develops an
individual service plan for the child and family.

       Warren County SCHS-Case Management Unit
       Warren County Health Department
       Special Child Health Services
       162 East Washington Avenue
       Washington, NJ 07882-2196
       908- 689-6000 ext. 258
       Fax: 908- 835-1172




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OTHER RESOURCES

Center for Disease Control and Prevention
(www.cdc.gov)

Department of Health and Human Services
(www.os.dhhs.gov)
Initiative to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health
(raceandhealth.hhs.gov)

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
(www.os.dhhs.gov)

State of New Jersey
(www.state.nj.us)




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                     Key State and Federal Phone Numbers
Public Health:

New Jersey Poison Control Hotline: The New Jersey Poison Control Hotline is staffed 24-
hours daily at 1-800-222-1222. The TTY line for hearing impaired is 1-973-926-8008.
Specialists are available to help individuals and families with specific health-related
questions, including carbon monoxide prevention.

2-1-1: The 2-1-1 human services hotline is open 24-hours daily. Hotline staff can help
direct callers to a wide range of information regarding health issues for hurricane recovery,
including shelter information, food pantries and soup kitchens. Information is also
available at www.nj211.org/hurricane.cfm.

There is also a 2-1-1- Hurricane Sandy Relief and Recovery Guide available that lists
available federal, state and local resources. The guide is downloadable
at http://www.nj211.org/hurricane.cfm.


Child Care Centers: If you are need to request inspection of New Jersey’s child care
centers, please visit the New Jersey DOH Consumer, Environmental and Occupational
Health Services website at http://nj.gov/health/ceohs/index.shtml or call 609-826-4923.

Mold/Asbestos: If you need information about mold and/or asbestos due to flooding, visit
the New Jersey Department of Health Indoor Environment website at
http://nj.gov/health/iep/index.shtml or call 609-826-4950.

Mental Health:

New Jersey Hotline: The New Jersey Department of Human Services (Disaster and
Terrorism Branch) provides assistance regarding mental health issues through a toll-free
helpline at 1-877-294-HELP (4357). A TYY line is available for hearing impaired individuals
at 1-877-294-4356.

SAMHSA: The federal government has a helpline that offers 27/7 crisis counseling and
support resources. The phone number is 1-800-985-5990 or text “TalkWithUs” at 66746.

The federal helpline is staffed with trained counselors from a network of crisis call centers
located across the country to provide crisis counseling for those in emotional distress.

Their website is www.diasterdistress.samhsa.gov/.




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                    New Jersey Department of Health Toll-Free Telephone Numbers

                        Telephone                                                     Translation
       Topics                                         Description
                         Numbers                                                       Services
AIDS/HIV                1-877-613-     AIDS Drug Distribution Program (ADDP) – Spanish
                        4533           - Information and help applying for ADDP, Translators
                                       which provides life-sustaining and life-  Available
                                       prolonging medications to low-income
                                       persons with no other source of payment
                                       for the drugs.
                        1-800-624-     AIDS/Sexually Transmitted Diseases            Multilingual
                        2377           (STD) Hotline -- Information and referral     Services
                                       services for HIV and STD prevention and
                                       treatment services.
                        1-800-353-     Health Insurance Continuation Program -- Spanish
                        3232           Information and help applying for the    Translators
                                       insurance continuation program for       Available
                                       people with HIV/AIDS who are unable to
                                       maintain their private insurance because
                                       of their illness.
                        1-866-HIV-     Rapid HIV testing –- Information on the       Spanish
                        CHECK          rapid HIV test and help finding a testing     Translators
                        (1-866-448-    site.                                         Available
                        2432)
Birth/Death/Vital       1-866-649-     Nationwide toll-free number. Get               Spanish
Records                 8726           information on New Jersey vital records        Translators
                                       for births, deaths, marriages, civil unions, Available
                                       domestic partnerships, adoptions, and
                                       certificates of birth resulting in stillbirth.
                                       Also, visit the Vital Records in New Jersey
                                       web site.
Charity Care            1-866-588-     Hospital Care Payment Assistance              Spanish
                        5696           Program (Charity care) -– Information on      Translators
                                       New Jersey’s program providing payment        Available
                                       assistance to hospitals offering inpatient
                                       and outpatient services to the poor.
Complaints about        1-800-792-     Complaint Hotline –- Members of the         Spanish
Health Care             9770           public – including patients and health care Translators
Facilities                             facility employees - may call to file       Available
                                       complaints about hospitals, ambulatory
                                       surgery centers, home health agencies,
                                       nursing homes, assisted living facilities,
                                       comprehensive personal care homes,
                                       adult medical day care, pediatric medical
                                       day care facilities, and a range of other
                                       licensed acute- and long-term care

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                                  facilities.
Consumer Reports     1-800-418-   Call to obtain copies of two consumer        No Translation
on Health Care       1397         reports produced by DOH -- Cardiac           Services
Quality                           Surgery in New Jersey and the New
                                  Jersey Hospital Performance Report.
Department of        1-800-367-   Toll-free number to reach all DOH offices.   Spanish
Health               6543                                                      Translators
                                                                               Available
Early Intervention   1-888-653-   System Point of Entry for referral for       Language Line
System               4463         children with developmental delays and       Services and
                                  disabilities, birth to 3 years of age.       Translators
                                                                               Available
Environmental        1-800-792-   Info Line -- Offers information on           No Translation
Health and Radon     8831         environmental health and radon issues.       Services
Family Health        1-800-328-   Family Health Line -- Information and      Language Line
                     3838         referral to health screening and treatment Services
                                  services. Areas in which help is available
                                  include: addiction during pregnancy,
                                  prenatal care, post-partum depression
                                  awareness and treatment, child and
                                  adolescent services, family planning, WIC
                                  services, immunization, cystic fibrosis,
                                  cancer education and early detection, and
                                  finding a primary health care center.
Hepatitis B          1-800-792-   To report cases of Perinatal Hepatitis B.    No Translation
Reporting            8831                                                      Services
Immunization         1-800-792-   Info Line -- Offers information on           No Translation
Information          8831         immunization in New Jersey.                  Services
Nursing Home         1-877-582-   Ombudsman for the Institutionalized          No Translation
Ombudsman            6995         Elderly Hotline -- Concerned persons may     Services
                                  file complaints about abuse, neglect or
                                  exploitation of persons age 60 or older in
                                  long-term care facilities. Callers may
                                  remain anonymous.
Poison Control       1-800-222-   New Jersey Poison Information and
                     1222         Education System Emergency Hotline –-
                     (Emergency   The public can access immediate
                     Line)        information and emergency treatment in
                                  case of poisoning.
Postpartum           1-800-328-   Information on post-partum depression        Language Line
Depression           3838         (PPD) as well as treatment and referral      Services
                                  services for women experiencing PPD.
Quit Smoking         1-866-       New Jersey Quitline -- Free telephone-       Multilingual
Services             NJSTOPS      based counseling service in 26 languages     Services

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                      (1-866-657-    for people who want to quit smoking.
                      8677)          Individualized treatment plan and
                                     ongoing support.
Sexually              1-800-624-     STD/AIDS Hotline -- Information and           Multilingual
Transmitted           2377           referral services for STD and HIV             Services
Diseases (STD)                       prevention and treatment services.
Senior Services and   1-877-222-     ADRC (Aging & Disability Resource             Language Line
Benefits              3737           Connection) -- Find out about and access      Services
                                     important federal, state and local senior
                                     services, through the state’s senior
                                     service delivery system.
                      1-800-792-     Information on benefits and eligibility       An operator
                      9745           requirements for four programs: PAAD          speaks English
                                     and Senior Gold prescription assistance,      and Spanish
                                     Hearing Aid Assistance to the Aged and
                                     Disabled, and the Lifeline utility
                                     assistance program.

                      1-800-792-     Senior Information Line –- Helps              Language Line
                      8820           individuals 60 and older learn about          Services
                                     various federal, state and local service
                                     programs.
SHIP (State Health  1-800-792-       SHIP Information Center –- Help for New       Language Line
Insurance           8820             Jersey Medicare beneficiaries who have        Services
Assistance Program)                  problems with, or questions about, their
                                     health insurance. This includes questions
                                     about benefits, claims, supplement
                                     policies, prescription coverage and long-
                                     term care insurance.
Vital Records         1-866-649-     Nationwide toll-free number. Get               Spanish
                      8726           information on New Jersey vital records        Translators
                                     for births, deaths, marriages, civil unions, Available
                                     domestic partnerships, adoptions, and
                                     certificates of birth resulting in stillbirth.
                                     Also, visit the Vital Records in New Jersey
                                     web site.
WIC                   1-800-328-     Supplemental Nutrition Program for            Language Line
                      3838 or call   Women, Infants and Children –-                Services
                      1-866-         Information on the program and help
                      44NJWIC        finding a WIC agency.
                      (1-866-446-
                      5942)




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After a flood, what the public should know about...

Cleaning/Mold removal
Is it safe to cook in my kitchen after flooding?
Yes, but precautions must be taken to protect food contact surfaces from contaminating your food. When
cleaning or disinfecting, wear protective clothing, such as gloves, to avoid skin contact, irritation, or
infection.
      • Discard wooden cutting boards, wooden dishes and utensils, plastic utensils, baby bottle nipples,
          and pacifiers that have come into contact with flood water. These items cannot be safely cleaned.
      • Thoroughly wash countertops with soap and water, using hot water if available. Rinse, and then
          sanitize with a solution of 1 tablespoon of unscented, liquid chlorine bleach per gallon of drinking
          water (or the cleanest, clearest water available). Allow to air dry.
      • Make sure to clean corners, cracks and crevices, door handles, and door seals, in rooms that have
          been affected by flood water.

How should I clean my pots, pans, dishes and utensils?
Thoroughly wash metal pans, ceramic dishes and utensils (including can openers) with hot soap and water.
Rinse and then sanitize them by boiling in clean water or immersing them for 15 minutes in a diluted
bleach solution (1 tablespoon of unscented, liquid chlorine bleach per 1 gallon of drinking water). Allow to
air dry.

How should I clean my countertops?
Wash countertops with soap and water, using hot water if possible. Rinse and then sanitize with a diluted
bleach solution (1 tablespoon of unscented, liquid chlorine bleach per 1 gallon of drinking water). Allow to
air dry.

What is the best way to clean sheetrock/plaster walls/crawlspaces after a flood?
Remove all water soaked sheetrock and insulation between wall joists to allow the wall cavity areas to dry.
For plaster walls, openings can be made in the top and bottom of the walls to allow water to drain and air to
circulate. If power is available, use fans to circulate the air and dehumidifiers to assist. Hiring a
professional drying service may be necessary. Crawlspaces beneath the building may be difficult to clean
and dry out. Bacterial growth can be a significant concern in these areas. Crawlspaces are often small
spaces to work and could be considered a confined space. Without proper ventilation and safety
precautions do not enter these areas. Seek professional assistance to evaluate and clean these areas.

How do I clean ventilation systems after flooding?
Cleaning the ventilation system ductwork may be necessary to remove debris caused by flooding. The
system should be inspected prior to using. Bacteria can be spread by the HVAC system so disinfection may
be necessary. Not all disinfectants are appropriate for use in cleaning the ventilation system. Make sure
the products being used are approved for use in the ventilation system before using them. Professional
assistance may be needed for proper cleaning of the system.

How do I find out of I have mold?
Identifying mold in your home should always begin with a thorough visual inspection. An inspection can
be done by a homeowner or by a qualified environmental consultant. Please note that there are no state
or federal regulations which cover mold inspections. The inspection may be focused on specific areas
where moisture has been seen, where flooding or water damage has occurred or in common areas known
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ceilings that continue to increase in size or change colors can be signs of mold growth. A strong musty
smell is also an indicator of mold growth.

Should my home be tested for mold?
If a visual inspection shows the presence of mold, additional testing is not necessary. The focus should be
on correcting any moisture problems and cleaning up the mold contamination. However, if mold is not
found during a visual inspection and is still suspected of being present, additional testing may be necessary.
Testing for mold should always be performed by a qualified person. Your Local Health Department may be
able to assist or an environmental consultant who specializes in or has experience in evaluating mold
contamination should be contacted.

What additional environmental testing do I need/should I consider?
Additional testing may include an evaluation of the relative humidity in the home and taking moisture
readings of building materials in suspected areas. Swab testing of suspected surfaces and bulk samples of
building materials may also be performed. Specialized air testing is also an option for identifying mold
spores ( MVOCs) from mold growth. However, these specialized air tests can be very expensive and need
to be conducted in context with an overall assessment plan. Caution should be taken when considering
air testing since there are no state or federal standards for determining an acceptable level of mold in
the air. Careful interpretation of air sampling results is also very important since individual susceptibility
and health status varies. If air sampling is conducted, an outside reference sample should also be collected
at the same time for comparison with the indoor samples.

Who should I hire to test my home for mold?
There are no state or federal regulations which cover mold inspections. Environmental consultants are not
required to obtain a license or certification to conduct mold inspections. Homeowners should make sure
that any consultant performing work has received proper training and are familiar with current industry
standards for performing inspections.

How should I discard moldy items?
Use gloves or other personal protection when cleaning items. People with asthma and allergies should not
remove mold. Exposure to mold may cause these people to become sick. Clean all hard surfaces with a
bleach and water solution (1 cup bleach to 1 gallon of water) to kill germs and mold. Wash hands after
touching anything that has touched flood water. Wash all clothing worn during clean-up in hot water
separate from the laundering of routine clothing.

What can I do to prevent mold in my home?
To prevent mold, wash surface areas in your home, including the walls, staircases and items that came in
contact with floodwater. Disinfect with bleach solution and wipe surfaces dry with paper towels to
minimize bacterial contamination.

My home was flooded. How do I know what household items can be saved and what I should throw
away?
Take things that were wet for 2 or more days outside. Things that stayed wet for 2 days have mold growing
on them even if you can't see it.
    • Take out items made of cloth, unless you can wash them in hot water.
    • Also throw away items that can't be cleaned easily (like leather, paper, wood, mattresses, and
         carpet).
    • Throw away any items that do not dry completely because they can harbor germs and produce
         mold, which can irritate allergies as well as lead to respiratory or other illnesses.
    • Keep the humidity and temperature as low as possible.
    • Remove any moldy objects as soon as possible. Wash hands after touching anything that has
         touched flood water.
    • Use bleach to clean mold off hard things (like floors, stoves, sinks, certain toys, countertops,
         flatware, plates, and tools).




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What is the best way to clean up after a flood?
Follow these tips to clean up after a flood:
    • Never mix bleach with ammonia or other cleaners.
    • Wear rubber boots, rubber gloves, goggles, and N-95 mask.
    • Open windows and doors to get fresh air when you use bleach.
    • Mix no more than 1 cup of bleach in 1 gallon of water.
    • Wash the item with the bleach and water mixture.
    • If the surface of the item is rough, scrub the surface with a stiff brush.
    • Rinse the item with clean water.
    • Dry the item or leave it out to dry.
    • If available, use a shop vacuum equipped with a HEPA filter to trap dust.


For more information
     •   Your local health department http://ni.gov/health/lh/directorv/lhdselectcounty.shtnil
     •   Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) http://emergencv.cdc.gov/disasters/
     •   Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) www.fema.gov (800) 621.3362
     •   New Jersey Department of Health, Environmental & Occupational Health
         Assessment Program www.nj .gov/iep/index.shtml




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After a flood, what the public should know about...

Drinking water
How do I know whether my house is served by a water system that has issued a boil water advisory?
Officials will inform the public by TV, radio, and newspaper. Some water systems or local governments
may use reverse-911 to alert residents by phone. Some water systems or towns may also post information
on their website or deploy vehicles with loudspeakers.

What should I do if a boil water advisory has been issued?
If a boil water advisory has been issued, the water coming into your house (tap water), may be unsafe to
drink. Heat and hold the water at a rolling boil for 1 minute. Then let it cool. Water can be stored in the
refrigerator if there is electricity. Drinking and cooking with boiled water is safe for humans and pets.

Ice cubes prepared before the start of the boil water advisory can be used. Ice cubes made afterward must
be thrown away. Dishwashing machines can be used if the final rinse is 113° F for 20 minutes, 122 ° F for
5 minutes or 160° F for 1 minute. Check the dishwasher manual for details on heat cycles.

What should I do if a boil water advisory has been issued?
If a boil water advisory has been issued, the tap water coming into your house, the tap water, may be unsafe
to drink. Heat and hold the water at a rolling boil for 1 minute, then let it cool. Drink and cook with boiled
or bottled water. Drinking and cooking with boiled water is safe for humans and pets.

It is OK to bathe in tap water?
It's safe to bathe in tap water. Children and the disabled should be supervised. Everyone should avoid
getting tap water in their mouth or eyes. It is recommended to use boiled water to brush your teeth.

How will I know that it is safe to drink tap water?
Officials will inform the public when the tap water is safe to drink. Local officials will test the water to
know for certain when it is safe to drink. Continue to use boiled water until the tests show the tap water is
safe. When the advisory is lifted, flush your water taps for 2-3 minutes. Empty and clean your automatic ice
makers and water chillers. Drain and refill your hot water heater if set at a low temperature (below 113°F).

My home was flooded and I am worried about the safety of the drinking water. What should I do?
Use bottled water that has not been exposed to flood water, if available. If you don't have bottled water,
you should boil tap water to make sure it is safe. Boiling water will kill most types of disease causing
germs. Bring the tap water to a rolling boil for one minute. Let it cool and store it in clean containers with
covers/lids. If the water is cloudy, filter it through a clean cloth or allow it to settle and use the clear water
from the top of the container.

I don't have any electric/power and can't boil water. Any other suggestions?
Use bottled water, if possible. If you can't boil water, you can disinfect it using household bleach. Bleach
will kill some, but not all, types of disease-causing organisms that may be in the water. If the water is
cloudy, filter it through clean cloths or allow it to settle, and use the clear water from the top of the
container. Add 1/8 teaspoon (or 8 drops) of regular, unscented, liquid household bleach per each gallon of
water. Stir it well and let it stand for at least 30 minutes before you use it. Store disinfected water in clean
containers with covers/lids.
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Should I be concerned about the safety of my water?
Hurricanes and flooding can contaminate the public water supply. Water may not be safe to drink. Pay
attention to the radio, TV, or other news outlets for information on your local water supply. Announcements
should give you updated information and let you know if you need to boil your water to make it safe to
drink. Otherwise, use bottled water until your tap water is safe to use and drink.

I have a well. Is it safe to drink the water?
If you have a private well and it was covered by flood water, flush the well until the water is clear and free of
sediment, then test the well for bacteria; do not drink the water until it's been tested. It is best to sample the
water before it reaches the water storage tank. If bacteria are found, the well must be disinfected. You can
disinfect using unscented bleach. The well should be inspected during the disinfection. Directions may be
found at: http://www.ni.gov/dep/watersupplv/disinfectionofprivatewells.pdf

How do I flush a well?
To flush a well: Attach a hose to an outside spigot. Open the spigot. Let the water run until it is clear and
free of dirt and sediment.

Can I use a home water filter if I don't have bottled water or in place of boiling water?
Most home water filters do not provide adequate protection when a boil water advisory is issued. Activated
carbon filters do not remove microorganisms. At this time, there is no boil water advisory.

What steps should I take to make sure my tap water is safe after a boil water advisory is lifted?
There are steps you can take after a boil water advisory has been lifted to make sure that your tap water is
safe. Run your water faucets for 2- 3 minutes. Empty and clean your automatic ice makers and water
chillers. Drain and refill your hot water heater if set at a low temperature (below 113°F). And if you have a
water softener, run it through a regeneration cycle.

Bleach dilution
How do you make a diluted bleach solution?
This depends how you will use the mixture/solution. See the chart below.

                  Use                    Bleach                             Water
                                         (unscented liquid chlorine)
To drink                                 1/8 teaspoon                  1 gallon
                                         or 8 drops
To rinse plates/dishes                   1 tablespoon                  1 gallon
To clean hard household surfaces         1 cup                         1 gallon
(countertops, food cans, toys,
flatware, tools, etc.)
To kill mold                             1 cup                         1 gallon
To clean pool surfaces                   1 cup                         5 gallons


For more information
     •    Your local health department http://ni.gov/health/lh/directory/lhdselectcounty.shtml
     •    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/
     •    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) www.fema.gov (800) 621.3362
     •    New Jersey Dept. of Health , Food and Drug Safety Program
          www.ni.gov/health/foodanddrugsafetv/index.shtml
     •    New Jersey Office of Emergency Management http://www.ready.nj .gov




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After a flood, what the public should know about...

Food Safety
Flood waters covered our food stored on shelves and in cabinets. What can I keep and what should I
throw out?
Do not eat any food that may have come into contact with flood water. Discard any food that is not in a
waterproof container. Food containers that are not waterproof include those with screw-caps, snap lids, pull
tops and crimped caps. Also, throw out cardboard juice/milk/baby formula boxes and home canned foods if
they have come in contact with flood water, because they cannot be cleaned and/or sanitized.

How do I know whether to throw away canned foods that were exposed to flood water? Inspect canned
foods and discard any food in damaged cans. Can damage is shown by swelling, leakage, punctures,
holes, fractures, extensive deep rusting, or crushing/denting severe enough to prevent normal stacking or
opening with a manual, wheel-type can opener.

Can I eat the food that was in cans or sealed pouches?
Undamaged, commercially prepared foods in all-metal cans and "retort pouches" (such as flexible, shelf-
stable juice or seafood pouches) can be saved by following these instructions:
     • Remove the labels, if they are the removable kind, since they can harbor dirt and bacteria.
     • Brush or wipe away any dirt or silt.
     • Thoroughly wash the cans or retort pouches with soap and water, using hot water if it is available.
          Rinse the cans or retort pouches with water that is safe for drinking, if available, since dirt or
          residual soap will reduce the effectiveness of chlorine sanitation.
     • Sanitize cans and retort pouches by immersion in one of the two following ways:
               o Place in water and allow the water to come to a boil and continue boiling for 2 minutes,
                    or
               o Place in a freshly-made solution consisting of 1 tablespoon of unscented liquid chlorine
                    bleach per gallon of drinking water (or the cleanest, clearest water available) for 15
                    minutes.
     • Air dry cans or retort pouches for a minimum of 1 hour before opening or storing.
     • If the labels were removable, then re-label your cans or retort pouches, including the
          expiration date (if available), with a marking pen.
     • Food in reconditioned cans or retort pouches should be used as soon as possible.
     • Any concentrated baby formula in reconditioned, all-metal containers must be diluted with clean,
          drinking water.

May I refreeze the food in the freezer if it thawed or partially thawed?
Some food may be safely refrozen if the food still contains ice crystals or at 40°F or below. Throw out items
in the freezer or refrigerator that have come into contact with raw meat juices.




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Some of the food in the freezer started to thaw or had thawed when the power came back on. Is the
food safe?
You will have to evaluate each item separately. Never taste food to determine its safety! Refrigerated food
should be safe as long as the power was out for no more than 4 hours and the refrigerator door was kept
shut.
    • Check the thermometer in the back of your refrigerator or freezer.
    • If the appliance thermometer stored in the freezer reads 40 °F or below, the food is safe and may be
        refrozen. If a thermometer has not been kept in the freezer, check each package of food to
        determine the safety.
    • You cannot rely on appearance or odor.
    • If the food has ice crystals or is 40 °F or below, it is safe to refreeze it.
    • Throw out perishable food such as meat, poultry, fish/seafood, milk, eggs and leftovers that have
        been above 40 °F for 2 hours.

I can't afford to throw out all of the food that was in my refrigerator/freezer. Can I really get sick if
I eat the food?
If you plan to eat refrigerated or frozen meat, poultry, fish or eggs while it is still at safe temperatures, it's
important that each item is thoroughly cooked to the proper temperature to assure that any foodborne
bacteria that may be present is destroyed. However, if at any point the food was above 40 °F for 2 hours or
more it should be thrown away.

How long can my refrigerator/freezer keep food safe when the power is off?
Keep the refrigerator and freezer doors closed as much as possible to maintain the cold temperature. The
refrigerator will keep food cold for about 4 hours if it is unopened. A full freezer will keep the temperature
for approximately 48 hours (24 hours if it is half full) if the door remains closed. Buy dry or block ice to
keep the refrigerator as cold as possible if the power is going to be out for a prolonged period of time. Fifty
pounds of dry ice should hold an 18-cubic foot fully-stocked freezer cold for two days.

Bleach dilution
How do you make a diluted bleach solution?
This depends how you will use the mixture/solution. See the chart below.

                  Use                             Bleach                    Water
                                         (unscented liquid chlorine)
To drink                                 1/8 teaspoon                  1 gallon
                                         or 8 drops
To rinse plates/dishes                   1 tablespoon                  1 gallon
To clean hard household surfaces         1 cup                         1 gallon
(countertops, food cans, toys,
flatware, tools, etc.)
To kill mold                             1 cup                         1 gallon
To clean pool surfaces                   1 cup                         5 gallons


For more information
     •   Your local health department http://ni.gov/liealth/lh/directorv/lhdselectcountv.shtml
     •   Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) http://emerigencv.cdc.gov/disasters/
     •   Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) www.fema.gov (800) 621.3362
     •   New Jersey Dept. of Health, Food and Drug Safety Program
         www.ni.gov/foodanddrugsafetv/index.shtml
     •   New Jersey Office of Emergency Management http://vvvvw.ready.ni.gov




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