News & Notices
The Salem County office of Aging and Disabilities Presents : Senior Scoop October 2020.
Families can now apply for child care tuition assistance to help with care for children who have remote learning schedules due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Join the Salem County Office on Aging & Disabilities for our Drive-In Event to learn about resources available to individuals with disabilities in Salem County.
Sample Ballots have been posted to the Salem County Clerk website. There are 2 pages with referendum questions on the second page.
Do you or does someone you know need assistance evacuating in the event of an emergency? Register Ready will help!
Monday – Friday, 2pm – 4pm at the Old Salem County Courthouse. Patients must be symptomatic. Masks are required for testing. Must call 609-569-4712 to register.
You do not have to be showing symptoms to get COVID-19 and antibody tests. All ages are welcome. No appointment necessary. Pre-registration is highly recommended if you are symptomatic. Call 609-596-4510.
September 23 & October 28. See post for location and more details.
Do you know someone who is a champion for the disabled in Salem County? Nominate them for the Crusader Award! Nominations are due by September 21, 2020.
We will be handing out bag lunches at three locations throughout the month. Drive thru one of our Wednesday “Grab & GO” lunch sites. See post for details.
We will be handing out bag lunches at three locations throughout the month. Drive thru one of our Wednesday “Grab & GO” lunch sites. Reservations required – see post for details.
Legal talks is a program designed for Salem County seniors, interested family members, and caregivers to discuss a variety of legal topics with South Jersey Legal Services throughout the year.
No appointment is necessary for flu shots. Salem County residents three years and older will be accepted at all flu clinics.
The New Jersey Wind Port project, billed as the first in the nation to be built specifically to support the development of offshore wind farms, may be a green boom for Salem County.
USDA Implements Immediate Measures to Help Rural Residents, Businesses and Communities Affected by COVID-19
USDA Rural Development has taken a number of immediate actions to help rural residents, businesses and communities affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.