2015 CUMBERLAND COUNTY SUMMARY OF SERVICES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND DISABLED PERSONS

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1 2015 CUMBERLAND COUNTY SUMMARY OF SERVICES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS AND DISABLED PERSONS ATTENTION!! Cumberland County Seniors or Disabled Persons Below 60 Years Old: DO YOU WANT ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE AND OTHER PROGRAMS OR SERVICES? 1. How can homeowners or renters receive the Homestead Benefit (Rebate) each year? See #47A 2. Am I eligible to receive the NJ Property Tax Reimbursement (Tax Freeze)? See #46B 3. How can I save $250 on my property taxes as a senior, disabled person, or surviving spouse? See #46A 4. How can I save an additional $250 each year on property taxes as a qualified veteran or veteran's widow(er)? See #46A 5. Who is eligible to pay only $5 or $7 for each prescription? See #27A 6. Who is eligible to receive the $225 Lifeline utility check or credit each year as a homeowner, tenant, or boarder? See #28 7. Who is eligible to receive free insulation, storm windows, heaters and other related items? See #60 8. Who is eligible to receive free or low cost financial help for caregivers? Example: homemaker home health or companion services, etc.? See #18 9. Who is eligible to receive free medical and hospital care, dentures, eyeglasses, and medicine? See #8 and #19C 10. Who is eligible to receive an SSI check through the Social Security Office? See #5 11. Who is eligible for a free will through the County Surrogate s Office? See # How can I receive information on what Medicare pays or doesn t pay, and help in choosing health insurance in addition to Medicare? See #14

2 13. Where can I find free adult social/medical day care centers that provide nursing and counseling services, activities, trips, etc.? See # Who has information on: a) different housing choices that are available; and b) new ways to receive money based on the value of my home? See #41 and # What benefits am I eligible for as a veteran? See #6, #27F and # Is there a weekly radio program that gives up-to-date information on services and benefits for seniors and disabled persons? See # How can I sign up for the free newsletter about current programs, services, and announcements for seniors and disabled persons below 60 years old? See #2 18. How can I save 50% on the regular one-way fare on New Jersey Transit buses or trains and on participating bus companies? See #38A 19. Who is eligible for a free federal or state park pass, or a New Jersey clamming and oyster license? See #72 and # Am I eligible to save money on my food bill through the food stamp program? See # Am I eligible for transportation within the county or medical transportation outside the county as a senior, disabled person, veteran, or spouse of a veteran? See #37, #38B and #38C 22. Am I eligible for free legal services? See #49A, #49B, and #49D 23. What are the different kinds of I.D. Cards for disabled persons? See #3 24. How can I apply for special parking privileges as a disabled person? See # How can I have the monthly Medicare Part-B premium paid for me? See #19D CUMBERLAND COUNTY EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE SERVICE. TO CONTACT THE POLICE, FIRE, OR RESCUE PERSONNEL, SIMPLY DIAL ANYWHERE IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY POISON CENTER HOTLINE This Summary is Published by the Cumberland County Office on Aging & Disabled 800 East Commerce Street Bridgeton, N.J Barbara A. Nedohon Executive Director David Grennon, Jr. ADRC Program Director A Service of the Cumberland County Board of Chosen Freeholders Joseph Derella, Freeholder Director Darlene Barber Carman Daddario Douglas M. Long Carol Musso James Sauro Thomas Sheppard BN/mp 5/22/15 s:doc/sersum/combined2015.doc

3 * *1. Cumberland County Office on Aging & Disabled Outreach/Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday 800 East Commerce Street, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) / ; Fax: (856) N.J. ADRC toll-free number Outreach Stations: Louise Moore Senior Center, Haleyville, nd & 4 th Thursdays,10 a.m. - noon Charlotte Brago Senior Center, Rosenhayn, nd & 4 th Mondays, 10 a.m. - noon Downe Township Senior Center, 288 Main Street, Newport, 08345, 2nd Friday of the month, 11:30 a.m. - noon Lawrence Township Senior Center, Cedarville, nd & 4 th Tuesday, 10 a.m. - noon Maurice River Twp. Sr. Ctr., 590 Main St., Leesburg, 08327; 1st & 3 rd Tuesday, 10 a.m.-noon Edgar Joyce Senior Ctr., 1323 Hwy. #77, Seabrook, st & 3 rd Wednesday, 10 a.m. - noon Vineland (Fiorilli) Senior Center, 6th & Elmer Streets, Vineland, 08360, Tues., Weds., Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Holly City Regional Senior Center, 1500 S. 2nd Street, Millville, 08332, Mondays & Fridays 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Casa PRAC, Inc. Bilingual (Hispanic) Outreach Phone: (856) ; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. daily; See Item #54 *2. Golden Agenda Newsletter *3. Senior Citizen I.D. Card Apply at Office on Aging & Disabled Outreach Stations. (I.D. cards also available to disabled persons for CATS [Cumberland Area Transit System] and most discounts). Information & Referral/Outreach. Plans, administers, and coordinates programs and services for senior citizens, with program component for disabled. Advocacy on behalf of senior citizens and disabled. Services: Outreach and Information & Referral, Care Management, Congregate Nutrition Program, Meals on Wheels, CATS (Cumberland Area Transit System), I.D./Discount Program, RSVP, Tel-Assure, SHIP (Senior Health Insurance Program). Outreach stations provide direct assistance in obtaining benefits and access to programs. Application forms available, home visits made. Outreach services are available to senior citizens and disabled. For further information on services for the disabled, see Items # Free quarterly newsletter of the Cumberland County Office on Aging & Disabled. Call (856) to get on the mailing list. Donation of $8 per year suggested. Enables holder, 60+, to attend school sponsored functions free of charge and to take advantage of discounts offered by participating merchants in the County; required to ride CATS. *4. Medicare & Social Security Benefits Social Security Office, 149 W. Broad St., Bridgeton, Phone: Medicare or Medicaid Fraud & Abuse Hotline: Phone: General Medicare Information Phone: (1-800-MEDICARE) PRONJ (Healthcare Quality Improvement Organization of NJ) 557 Cranberry Rd., Suite 21, E. Brunswick, N.J Phone: /(732) ; FAX: (732) *5. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Social Security Office, 149 West Broad Street Bridgeton NJ Phone: Administers Federal Social Security Program benefits for retirees, survivors, disabled. Medicare is health insurance for age 65+ and disabled; Part A (Hospital) and Part B (Medical) Hotline: (1-800-MEDICARE). To report possible Medicare or Medicaid abuse by doctor, hospital, or other provider. For questions and/or a copy of the most recent Medicare Guide to Health Insurance for Medicare Beneficiaries. Protects Medicare beneficiaries by ensuring that care that is provided is medically necessary. See Item #48. Entitles aged 65+, blind, and disabled to a base income; in N.J., $764.25/month for a single person; $1,125.36/couple. Higher figures are applicable to those with earned income. SSI Resource limits of $2,000 (single); $3,000 (couple). Eligibility for even $1.00 of SSI qualifies one for Medicaid (#8).

4 *6. NJ Dept. of Military & Veterans Affairs -- Division of Veterans Affairs 524 North West Boulevard, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) or Veterans Administration Regional Office 20 Washington Place, Newark, N.J Phone: Veterans Interment/Affairs Office 790 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) VA Outpatient Clinic 1051 W. Sherman Ave., Bldg. 3, Unit B, Vineland, N.J Phone: ext Information on all Veterans benefits and programs including pensions, prescriptions, health benefits, loans, etc. Information regarding interment for veterans and spouses. Also, benefits regarding compensation/pensions, health benefits, burial benefits, obtaining discharge/separation documents (DD214), etc. *7. Hearing Aid Assistance to the Aged & Disabled (HAAD) To apply, contact the toll-free number , or contact an Office on Aging & Disabled Outreach Station for an application form. *8. MEDICAID Provides a $100 reimbursement during a calendar year to eligible residents who purchase a hearing aid. Same income guidelines as the PAAD Program. (See Item #27A). Comprehensive medical, hospital, and home health benefits for those who qualify for SSI. Eligibility for SSI and, therefore, Medicaid is determined at the Social Security Office, 149 W. Broad Street, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: Medical Assistance Customer Center Atlantic/Cumberland/Cape May, 852 S. White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ Phone: (609) ; Fax: (609) *9. SKILLED NURSING HOME HEALTH SERVICES A. Medicare Certified Home Health Care Agencies: Inspira Healthcare and Homecare 1045 E Butler Avenue, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) Holy Redeemer Home Care 1138 E. Chestnut Ave. Vineland, N.J Phone: Bayada Nurses 760 South Delsea Drive, Suite 300 Vineland, NJ Phone: (856) or (856) (Spanish) Inspira HomeCare & HospiceCare, Inc. P.O. Box 126, Salem, N.J Phone: or (856) B. Other Home Health Care Agencies: Bayada Nurses 1601 N. 2nd Street, Suite D8, Millville, N.J Phone: (856) (English) or (856) (Spanish) Administers the State Medicaid and Medicaid related programs. Contact this office with questions or problems regarding Medicaid. Medicaid only or the New Jersey Care Program qualifies certain persons who are over the SSI income guidelines for Medicaid benefits. (Eligibility for these Medicaid programs is determined by the County Board of Social Services, 275 N. Delsea Drive, Vineland, N.J , Phone: (856) Certified home health agencies. Skilled nursing care. Fees charged, sliding scale or Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement. Arrangements for physical, speech, occupational therapy and homemaker/home health aide. Medical social services. Skilled nursing and home health aide; therapy arranged; hi-tech nursing; 24-hour care availability. Private fees, third party reimbursement and Medicaid reimbursed. 4

5 B. Other Home Health Care Agencies: (continued) Protocall Home Nursing and Therapy Service Washington Prof. Campus, 900 S. Blackhorse Pike, Rte. 168, Suite I-3, Turnersville, N.J Phone: (856) Interim Health Care 1142 E. Chestnut Avenue, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) *10. HOMEMAKER HOME HEALTH AIDE SERVICE A. Bayada Nurses 1601 N. 2nd Street, Suite D8, Millville, N.J Phone: (856) (English) or (856) (Spanish) B. Confident Care Corp. 718 E. Landis Ave., Vineland, NJ Phone: (856) C. N.J. Cuidado Casero Hospice Vineland Area Phone: (856) D. Griswold Home Care 10 S. West Avenue, Vineland N.J Phone: (856) E. Secure Home Health 629 E. Wood Street, Suite 101, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) F. Paul Minski, Inc. (PMI) 537 Landis Avenue, 2nd Floor, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) G. Protocall-N.J., Inc. Washington Prof. Campus, 900 S. Blackhorse Pike, Rte. 168, Suite I-3, Turnersville, N.J Phone: (856) H. Inspira HomeCare & HospiceCare, Inc. P.O. Box 126, Salem, N.J Phone: or (856) (Also provides limited respite care for caregivers.) I. Aspirations Caregivers and Companions 211 W 37 th St., New York, NY Phone: (718) J. Dedicated Nursing Services 1803 Liberty Pl., Sicklerville, N.J Phone: (856) K. LifeForce Elder Care 1060 N. Kings Hwy., Suite #314, Cherry Hill, N.J Phone: (856) L. Right At Home In Home Care and Assistance 222 New Rd., Suite 108, Linwood, N.J Phone: (609) M. Sonya Staffing Home Health Care 416 Sicklerville Rd., Suite D-2, Sicklerville, N.J Phone: (856) N. Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services 110 Roosevelt Blvd., Marmora, N.J Phone: (609) Trained homemaker/home health aides provide bathing, feeding, cooking, cleaning, and personal care. Fees charged or Medicaid reimbursement. Free or partial pay services through grant funds, agency sources. 5

6 *11A. HOME ASSISTANCE SERVICE Griswold Home Care 10 S. West Avenue, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) Interim Health Care 1142 E. Chestnut Avenue, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) Loving Care 629 E. Wood Street, Suite 101, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) Paul Minski, Inc. (PMI) 537 Landis Avenue, 2nd Floor, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) Inspira Help Services 223 E. Broadway, Fenwick Plaza, Salem, NJ Phone: (856) or *11B. Personal Assistance Service Program (PASP) Office for the Disabled, 800 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton, N.J , Phone: (856) Provides home attendant services such as light housekeeping, personal care, driving, etc., to physically disabled adults years old who are capable of directing their own care to enable working, going to school or volunteering a minimum of 20 hrs. per month. *12. HEALTH INSURANCE A. Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) Blue Cross/Blue Shield Medicare Blue, Phone: (See SHIP [under Item #14] for current list of HMOs.) B. Medicare Supplemental Plans (Medigap) AARP Medigap, Phone: Blue Cross/Blue Shield of N.J., Phone: Mutual of Omaha, Phone: (See SHIP [under Item #14] for other available plans.) *13. CompleteCare Health Network A. CompleteCare Adult & Women s Medical Professionals 70 Cohansey Street, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) B. 319 Landis Avenue, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) C N. High Street, Millville, N.J Phone: (856) ext D. Adult Medical & Specialty Medical Professionals 1028 E. Chestnut Ave., Suite 110, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) E. CompleteCare Women s Medical Professionals 484 S. Brewster Road, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) *14. SHIP (State Health Insurance Assistance Program) Call the Office on Aging at (856) Medicare Supplementary HMO health benefits, including various copays for office visits. Quarterly premium based on low or higher option plans. Not all HMOs are open for enrollment year-round. Check with individual HMO. All HMOs are open for enrollment in the month of November. These insurance companies are only a few of the participating companies in New Jersey. The monthly rates vary according to the specific insurance company and its particular plans. For info. on selecting from available plans, see SHIP, Item #14. Medical, diagnostic, and treatment services on a sliding scale fee basis. Medicare/Medicaid clients accepted. Low-cost prescription program for eligible clients. Transportation available. Dental clinic, phone: (856) located in the Vineland office provides for free or reduced dental care expenses through the New Jersey Charity Care Program. Medicaid accepted. D. Offers special medical care for adults, including internal medicine, geriatrics, cardiology, podiatry and an on-site pharmacy. Questions on health insurance for Medicare beneficiaries. Information on available health insurance plans, assistance in completing forms, understanding policies. Listing of long-term care insurance companies. 6

7 *15. LICENSED ADULT MEDICAL DAY CARE CENTERS A. Community Medical Day Care Center 423 West Landis Avenue, Vineland, N.J , Phone: (856) , Hours: 8-2 p.m., 3:30-8:30 p.m., Monday through Friday B. Senior Care of Bridgeton 1137 Highway 77, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) Offers daily care and supervised program of activities, meals, health services, and social services. Licensed adult medical day care facilities. Transportation to and from centers is arranged. Hours: Mon. through Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m. 2 p.m. C. Senior Care Centers of America 2695 S. Lincoln Avenue, Vineland, N.J , Phone: (856) , Hours: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Saturday 16. OTHER ADULT DAY CARE CENTERS A. Cumberland County Alzheimer's Day Care Center 1781 So. Spring Road, Unite 127, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) , Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. B. Margaret Winchester Enrichment Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired 168 Sunny Slope Drive, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) or Day care for victims of Alzheimer's disease and other frail elders in need of supervised activities. Meals offered. Respite component to relieve caregivers. Sponsored by Tri-County Community Action Partnership. Adult day center for blind and visually impaired. Daily activities, field trips, nutritious meals, social services, Braille instruction. *17. ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS A. Cumberland County Alzheimer's Support Group Contact: Catherine Fresne, President Phone: (856) B. COPSA: Statewide Alzheimer's Disease Hotline Phone: C. Alzheimer's Association - Delaware Valley Chapter 3 Eves Drive, Suite 310, Marlton, N.J Phone: D. N.J. Institute for Successful Aging UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine 42 E. Laurel Road, Suite 1800, Stratford, N.J Phone: (856) E. Caregiver Support Group at Senior Care of Bridgeton 1137 Highway 77, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) Information on Alzheimer's Disease. Caregiver-to-caregiver counseling and support. Meets at 7pm the 2nd Thursday at Genesis Healthcare Center, 54 Sharp St. in Millville. Supports Alzheimer's Day Care Program. Clinical services in geriatric medicine, memory and geriatric assessment, community education and research. Meets 3rd Wednesday each month from 11am to noon. *18. Statewide Respite Care Program #81 Inspira HomeCare & HospiceCare, Inc. Broadway & Fenwick Sts., Salem, NJ Phone: ext Health and Home Care Assistance *A. Managed Long Term Services & Supports (MLTSS) Screening & General Information Contact: Office on Aging Outreach, 800 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton; (856) Provides respite services designed to relieve caregivers from stress of providing constant care to elderly or disabled family member. Care Includes home health, adult day, and short term hospital. Income eligibility limit of $2,199/month for the care recipient only. Resource limit: below $40,000 (single); $60,000 (couple). Care available to other caregivers under Title III-E of Older Americans Act. A. Home health, adult day care, medical transportation, case management, homemaker, prescription assistance, accessibility adaptations, medical equipment & supplies, hospital, dental, primary physician care, respite care and other home services for those who meet medical requirements for nursing home care. Maximum income for one person is $2,199/month. Resource limit $2,000/one, $3,000/ couple. 7

8 *B. Medically Needy Program Contact: Cumberland County Board of Social Services, 275 N. Delsea Drive, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) *C. New Jersey Care Program (Special Medicaid Program) Contact: Cumberland County Board of Social Services, 275 N. Delsea Drive, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) *D. Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary Program (SLMB) To apply, call PAAD at To skip menu options: press 0 for an operator or press 5 for the automated menu and press 2 for a SLMB agent. B. Primary & outpatient health and home care expenses paid (excluding prescriptions & hospital care) for people 65+, blind, or disabled who do not meet income guidelines for New Jersey Care and other Medicaid programs. High unpaid medical bills and health insurance premiums assist in meeting low income limits of $367 (1) and $434 (2). Six month renewal required. Resource limit: $4,000 for one; $6,000 for two. C. Comprehensive health and home care expenses paid including hospital care. For people 65+, blind, or disabled with monthly gross income below $981/one; $1,328/two. Resource limit: $4,000/one, $6,000/two. D. Eligible persons will receive financial assistance with some or all of their Medicare Part B premium. Monthly gross income limit: $1,324/single, $1,792/married. Yearly gross income limit: $15,756/single, $21,240/married. Maximum resources: $7,280/single, $10,930/married E. JACC (Jersey Assistance Community Caregiving Program) Screening & General Information Contact: Office on Aging- Outreach 800 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) *F. New Jersey Family Care Applications available at: Board of Social Services, 275 N. Delsea Drive, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) or G. Inspira Health Network, L.I.F.E. (Living Independently for Elders) 2445 S. Delsea Drive, Vineland, N.J Phone: (855) *20A. DENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS: A. Seniordent (N.J. Dental Association) Phone: (732) B. Southern N.J. Family Medical Center Dental Center 238 East Broadway, Salem, N.J Phone: (856) C. CamCare Corporation 817 Federal Street, Camden, N.J , Phone: (856) D. CompleteCare Health Network Dental Clinic Phone: (856) E. The Office of Donated Dental Services Phone: (800) (leave your name, address, and telephone number and an application will be mailed) *20B. EYE HEALTH PROGRAMS: A. Eye Care of America E. Home care, respite, adult day care, accessibility adaptations, meals, transportation, medical equipment & supplies, etc. For persons age 60+ provided through care management. Resource limits: $40,000/one; $60,000/two. Monthly Income Limits:$3,581 for one $4,847 for two. F. Provides health care coverage for uninsured adults. Income Limits are 133% of the Federal poverty level $1305/ month for one - $1,766/month; for two. G. Home health, adult day care, medical transportation, case management, homemaker, prescription assistance, accessibility adaptations, medical equipment & supplies, hospital, dental, primary physician care, respite care and other home services for those who meet medical requirements for nursing home care. Maximum income for one person is $2,199/month. Resource limit $2,000/one. A. 15% discount for dental work performed by participating dentists in New Jersey. For 65+ PAAD eligibles. B. Dental services; fees are based on a sliding scale. Also accepts Medicaid. C. Dental services; fees are based on a sliding scale. Also accepts Medicaid. D. See service description under Item #13. E. Services for individuals in Central and Southern N.J. who cannot afford costly dental work. Toll phone: (732) A. Provides qualified senior citizens aged 65+ with medical eye exams and treatment for any disease diagnosed for up to one year from the date of the exam at no out-of-pocket cost to the senior. For those who have not seen an ophthalmologist for 3 years. 8

9 B. New Eyes for the Needy C. Lions Club Eye Care B. Provides eyeglasses to qualified, low income senior citizens aged 60+. Applications & list of participating Optometrists are available through the Office on Aging C.Provides eye exams & glasses to qualified low income seniors aged 60+. Applications are available at the Office on Aging. *21. HOSPICE SERVICES: A. Caring Hospice 102 Gaither Drive, Mount Laurel, N.J Phone: B. Compassionate Care Hospice 518 S. Shore Rd., Marmora, N.J Phone: C. Holy Redeemer 1138 E. Chestnut Ave., Vineland, N.J Phone: D. Inspira HomeCare & HospiceCare, Inc. P.O. Box 126, Salem, N.J Phone: E. New Jersey Cuidado Casero Hospice 45 W. Landis Ave., Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) *22. HEALTH EDUCATION Inspira Health Network Regional Medical Center, Phone: (856) Vineland Community Nursing, Phone: (856) Cumb. County Health Dept., Phone: (856) *23. N.J. Self Help Support Groups 375 E. McFarlan St. Dover, N.J Phone: *24. Personal Emergency Response Systems Phon-4-Help, Phone: (856) CST, Phone: Life Alarm, Phone: Safety Care, Phone: Lifeline, Phone: MedScope, Phone: Vital Link, Phone: Life Alert, Phone: Valued Relationships, Inc., Phone: *25. EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Cumberland County Health Department 309 Buck Street, Millville, N.J Phone: (856) & press #6 See Catholic Charities (#56) 810 Montrose St., Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) *26. Vials of Life Available at Office on Aging & Disabled Outreach Stations. Organized programs of home care and counseling to the terminally ill and their families. Inpatient services also available. Health education, counseling, and group meetings for the public. Includes information on nutrition, diabetes, arthritis, CPR, heart disease, and cancer, among others. For general information and coordination of education efforts. Provides a free list of local and statewide support groups that deal with a person's problem or request. 24-hour a day emergency response systems (push button) which provide link with rescue assistance in event of emergency, especially for those who live alone. Monthly charge. For a complete listing, contact Office on Aging & Disabled at Financial assistance for medical emergencies and/or prescriptions; assistance through referring agencies only. Call Office on Aging for further information. An emergency identification for use by a rescue squad team if their services are needed, especially for individuals who live alone or who have health problems. 9

10 27. PRESCRIPTION DRUG ASSISTANCE *A. N.J. Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged & Disabled Program (PAAD) For information and applications, contact the Office on Aging & Disabled, Medicaid, or Cumberland County Board of Social Services offices. Send applications to: PAAD Program, CN 715, Trenton, N.J Phone: or (609) (toll call) B. Senior Gold PO Box 724 Trenton, NJ Phone: C. Organizations that serve people with specific disabilities such as Muscular Dystrophy Association, Multiple Sclerosis Society, etc., (contact Office for the Disabled at for phone numbers). *D. Other-- Check HMO and Medigap insurance benefits for prescription drug coverage. Check major medical for coverage of prescription drug expenses. E. Discount Programs *F. Prescription Drug Benefits for Veterans For information on applications, call (856) G. Emergency Assistance for Prescriptions Call County Outreach (856) , County Health Dept (856) press #6, Vineland Health Dept (856) (Vld. Residents only), Catholic Charities (856) H. Medicare-Endorsed Rx Discount Program I. Rx 4 NJ Phone: or *28. N.J. Lifeline Credit Program and Tenant's Assistance Program For information and applications, call or (609) Send applications to: Lifeline Program, CN 714, Trenton, N.J A. $5.00 (generic) or $7.00 (brand) copayment for payment of prescription drugs bought in N.J. For eligible persons 65+ or those on Social Security disability. Income limit will be $26,575 per year for one; $32,582 per year for a married couple. B. State prescription assistance program. Pays ½ the cost of prescription drugs after a $15 copayment. Once beneficiary meets annual out-of-pocket expenses of $2,000 for one/$3,000 for couple, all costs of drug paid with $15 copayment. Income limits are $26,576-$36,575 for one; $32,583-$42,582 per year for couple. C. May provide assistance with cost of prescription drugs through assistance programs, foundations, etc. D. Call SHIP at for latest listing of HMOs, Medigap insurance companies. E. Mail order prescriptions through private firms such as AARP, Phone: ; and other brokers. Discuss your prescription needs/ problems with your physician or pharmacist F. Veterans obtain prescription drugs for a $0.00 to $7.00 co-payment, depending upon income. Must be patient of VA Hospital or outpatient facility. Some exceptions. G. Emergency temporary assistance for prescription drug expenses. H. For Medicare beneficiaries. For participating programs call (1-800-MEDICARE). I. A no-cost service connecting qualified New Jersey residents to discounted, or even free, prescription drug medicines. Provides financial assistance ($225 yearly) per household to be credited directly to the utility bill for eligible applicants or paid directly to eligible tenants or boarders. *29. BOARDING/REST HOMES Cumberland County Board of Social Services 275 N. Delsea Dr., Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) *30. RESIDENTIAL HEALTH CARE FACILITIES Lakeside Manor 326 S. Main Street, Elmer, N.J Phone: (856) For information, concerns, listing of licensed boarding/rest homes. Receives and follows through on inquiries and complaints regarding boarding home care. 10

11 Holly Manor Boarding Home 8 N. High Street, Port Norris, N.J Phone: (856) or (856) *31. NURSING HOMES Bishop McCarthy Residence 1045 E. Chestnut Ave., Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) The Cumberland Manor 154 Sunny Slope Drive, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) The Lincoln Specialty Care Center 1640 S. Lincoln Avenue, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) Millville Center-Genesis HealthCare Corp. 54 Sharp Street, Millville, N.J Phone: (856) N.J. Veterans Memorial Home 524 N. W. Boulevard, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) or South Jersey Extended Care 99 Manheim Avenue, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) Eagleview Health & Rehabilitation Center (Salem Co.) 849 Big Oak Road, Pittsgrove, N.J Phone: (856) *32. ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES (N.J. Licensed) Freestanding Facilities Maurice House 1719 West Main Street, Millville, N.J Phone: (856) Spring Oak Assisted Living 1611 S. Main Road, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) Nursing Home Affiliation The Lincoln Specialty Care Center 1640 S. Lincoln Avenue, Vineland, N.J Phone: (856) South Jersey Extended Care 99 Manheim Avenue, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) Housing Authority Affiliation Caring, Inc. 100 Riverside Drive, Box 1G, Millville, N.J Phone: (856) Cumberland County Congregate Nutrition Program for the Elderly Cumberland County Office on Aging & Disabled 800 East Commerce Street, Bridgeton, N.J Phone: (856) Assisted living facility generally provides 24-hour assistance in a home-like setting. Various levels of care can include meals, laundry, housekeeping, personal care, medication assistance, injections, routine nursing care, etc. Private fees and Medicaid funded. Comprehensive Personal Care Home (CPCH) units contained within the facility. Congregate luncheon noontime program for County residents aged 60+. Serves five days a week in Millville, Bridgeton, Vineland, Commercial Twp., and Maurice River Twp.; other sites serve 2 to 3 days a week. Hot, nutritious noontime luncheons served. Call ahead for reservations. Blood pressure screening activities scheduled; outreach services. All senior citizens welcome. 11

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