SERVICES & RESOURCES
COMPUTER LABS & ACTIVITIES
SENIOR HEALTH & FITNESS
MR. FIX IT PROGRAM
OFFICE OF DISABILITY
SAFE HOUSING PROGRAM
HOT TOPICS OF INTEREST
SEASONED YEARS NEWSLETTER - SPRING 2016 Edition Available!!!
FILE OF LIFE PROGRAM
Presenting programs, serving on committees, Office & Phone assistance
ADVISORY COUNCIL - updated 01/20/16
(TEXT RELAY SERVICE)
TAKE OUR SURVEY: SENIOR CITIZEN TRANSPORATION SURVEY
Help us plan for our future Transportation Needs for our Senior Citizens.
Housing Resource Desk Guide
for Hunterdon County Social Service Providers
The Housing Resource Desk Guide was prepared, for the purpose of aiding social service providers who work with low-income families and individuals in their search for affordable housing.
Family Promise of Hunterdon County
Hunterdon County Department of Human Services
(Aging & Disability Resource Connection) the statewide toll free number at ADRC
1 (877) 222-3737 for assistance from the Division of Senior Services nearest you.
NJHelps ( www.njhelps.org) is a free service offered by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Welfare Services and is an easy way for you to prescreen for several welfare programs that are available to help you and your family.
NJHelps is private, they do not ask who you are and do not share your information with anyone. NJHelps will tell you where to go for help and what to bring with you when you visit your County's Division of Social Services, after you have answered all the questions.
For information on the programs and services available for seniors in Hunterdon County, please contact the Hunterdon County Department of Human Services,
DIVISION OF SENIOR, DISABILITES AND VETERANS SERVICES between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
NEWS & EVENTS:
SENIOR CENTER ACTIVITY CATALOG
COMPUTER ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS:
Registration is required.
Current Classes and Computer Lab Schedule
42nd ANNUAL SENIOR ART EXHIBITION
On Display until June 30th
Hunterdon County Senior Center
4 Gauntt Place
WELCOME TO AMERICAN:
Your Personal Immigration Stories
Stimulationg discussion about coming to America. Share with us yours or your families experiences. Meet new friends and share those stories.
June 22, July 27 and August 24
1:30 to 2:30pm
AARP DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES:
VA HEALTHCARE INFORMATION SESSIONS:
Eligibility and Enrollment; Health Care Benefits Overview; Mental Health Care; Long Term Care Benefits and Rural Home-Based Health Care
July 28th - Senior Center, 2pm to 4pm
August 30th - Route 12 Library, 2pm to 4pm
Sepetember 27th - North Branch Library, 2pm to 4pm
BALLROOM DANCING IS BACK...
Learn the Waltz and some of the popular Latin dances.
Taught by Ludo's Dance Studios.
1pm at the Senior Center
Class 1- starts August 1st
Class 2 - starts October 14th
CHESS AND CHECKERS PLAYERS WANTED
The Senior Center is looking to start a Chess/Checkers group.
Contact the Senior Center at 908-788-1359
Meeting Times will be announced.
SENIOR CENTER PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP OFF SITE
Senior Center - 2nd Thursday of Each Month
2016 Aging & Disability Resource Connection - Public Hearing
Held on Friday May 13, 2016
Hunterdon County Senior Center
Friday October 9th the Division of Senior, Disabilities and Veterans Services honored its Senior Volunteer’s with Help from Freeholders John King, Suzanne Lagay, and Robert Walton at the Mountain View Chalet. Thank you to all the volunteers for your contribution to the Seniors of Hunterdon County.
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