The National Institute of Health's National Instutue of Aging website has user-friendly information on many health topics concerning older adults there is an an easy-to-use A-Z list of health topic
This guide in PDF format is published by the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (http://www.nj.gov/military/veterans/).
The Diverse Elders Coalition was created in 2010 to ensure that the needs and perspectives of vulnerable elders would be heard when and where it mattered.
Dial 211 from any phone in New Jersey 24 hours/day, 7 days/week and receive information and referral assistance for community resources, such as affordable housing, food pantries, shelters, social
The NJ Division of Aging Services administers state and federal services for senior citizens and their caregivers. They have a general information toll-free number: 800-792-8820. They also coordi
The NJ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing serves NJ residents of all ages who have various degrees of hearing loss. Their toll-free number is 800-792-8339.
The NJ Division of Disability Services serves NJ adults who experience late-onset physical or cognitive impairments. Through their toll-free phone number, 1-888-285-3036, they offer information an
All NJ county offices on aging and disability services have merged and are now called Aging & Disability Resource Connections (ADRCs). This web site is a directory of the ADRCs by county.