Calls about abuse and neglect to the state hotline are down 32 percent: There were 5,117 referrals last month compared to 7,501 in March 2019. The commissioner of the Department of Children and Families, Christine Norbut Beyer, said March “is traditionally one of our highest reporting months.”
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The coordinating group – comprised of one health expert, one economic development expert and the respective Chief of Staff from each state -- will work together to develop a fully integrated regional framework to gradually lift the states’ stay at home orders while minimizing the risk of increased spread of the virus.
NJ.com lists everything from finding religious services online to advice on how to home school your children.
The coronavirus pandemic is stressful enough for most of us, but it's especially challenging for special needs adults and those caring for them.
Monmouth County-based FRA helps individuals with developmental or acquired disabilities stay connected through remote learning and telehealth.
Gov. Murphy extends N.J.'s coronavirus public-health emergency for 30 days. State of emergency remains in effect.
Gov. Phil Murphy said Tuesday he’s extending the public-health emergency he declared in New Jersey over the coronavirus outbreak by 30 days. The state of emergency remains in place indefinitely, but the governor said the public-health emergency expires after 30 days. The executive order he signed Tuesday will keep it in place until at least early May.
Retired N.J. public workers can return to help coronavirus fight without pension implications, Murphy says
Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order Monday that will allow public employees to return to work in New Jersey to help fight the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the state without any implications related to pensions.
Under the umbrella of a collective network, Parker Family Health Center, HABCORE, Lunch Break, and Interfaith Neighbors are able to expand their ability to advance shared goals and individual missions.
Many New Jerseyans who receive food assistance through the NJ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP) will receive an extra benefit payment on Sunday and their benefits will be higher in April to help address critical food needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.