News & Notices

A Matter Of Balance

Do you have concerns about falling? Join us at the St. John’s Episcopal Church where you will learn to view falls as controllable,
set goals for increasing activity, make changes to reduce fall risks at home, and exercise to increase strength and balance.

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Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 988

Beginning July 16, 988 will become the nationwide dialing code for crisis & suicide prevention. This will allow anyone to call 988 and get help specifically designed for someone dealing with a mental health crisis.

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July Monthly Luncheon

Free for Salem County Residents 60+ & people with disabilities. Courtesy Transportation available for qualified individuals through SCOOT.

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Healthy Scoot Adventures – Cohanzik Zoo Recap

Today Healthy Scoot Adventures went to the Cohanzik Zoo. We enjoyed lunch under the pavilions and then walked around the zoo before meeting up and enjoying a presentation by zookeeper Allison who showed us several of the zoo’s special animals.

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Office on Aging and Disabilities to Conduct Public Hearing

Notice is hereby given that the Salem County Office on Aging and Disabilities will conduct a Public Hearing for the purpose of soliciting comments on the proposed 2023 contract with NJ Transit on the use of funds provided under the Senior Citizens and Disabled Residents Transportation Assistance Act and Rural Area Public Transportation (5311).

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World Elderly Abuse Awareness Day 2022

Salem County Office on Aging and Disabilities would like to thank everyone who participated on Wednesday June 15, 2022, by wearing purple and decorating your homes, offices, etc. for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

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Halter’s Farm Market

Salem County Office on Aging and Disabilities will be at Halter’s Farm Market until 11am, June 22, 2022. They will be distributing Farm Market Vouchers to seniors 60 and older.

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Main County Offices:
110 Fifth Street
Salem, NJ 08079
856.935.7510 (Main)

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