COVID-19 HEALTH INFORMATION: http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/coronavirus.html This link compiled by CJFHC (Central Jersey Family Health Consortium) provides COVID-19 resources Hunterdon County Resource Updates hunterdon_county_resource_updates_due_to_covid-19_closings_7-28-20.docx https://myemail.constantcontact.com/Your-County--Your-Health--Your-Care-.html?soid=1102652165855&aid=X3plCQyJuks Hunterdon County Public Safety and Office of Emergency Management Be prepared for Hurricand and Tropical Storms. If you know someone who needs to register for Citizen Alert or Register Ready, please direct them to: http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/communityalerts.html If someone needs help registering for these services or needs access to other resources, please direct them to Hunterdon Helpline: 908-782.4357 COVID-19 TESTING: Hunterdon Freeholders Join With Hunterdon Medical Group To Provide Local COVID-19 Test SiteHunterdon County and Hunterdon Medical Group are partnering to provide a local COVID-19 testing location for Hunterdon County residents beginning Tuesday, July 21st, from 1 to 5 pm, Hunterdon County Freeholder Board Director Shaun C. Van Doren has announced.Van Doren stated, “The Freeholders are committed to ensuring that individuals who need COVID-19 testing have access in our area. Now that testing for county residents has ended at RVCC, the County and Hunterdon Medical Group are joining together to provide testing at a convenient location in Raritan Township.” David Skillinge, D.O., Vice President of Medical Practices, Hunterdon Medical Group, echoed Van Doren’s support, stating, “Hunterdon Healthcare and Hunterdon Medical Group have a very collaborative relationship with the Hunterdon County Health Department and both share the mutual goal to actively protect and improve the health and well-being of all residents in Hunterdon County. We’re extremely pleased to work with our HCHD partners to offer this important test to our communities and continue our previous success with early identification and immediate treatment of individuals who contract the virus as well as help educate ways in which our residents can help prevent its potential spread.” To receive a free COVID-19 test at the Hunterdon Medical Group (HMG) Assessment and Testing Site, located at 121 Route 31S, Suite 100, in Raritan Township, residents must have a prescription from their provider and must make an appointment calling (908) 237-4230 or emailing HMGDOTTesting@hhsnj.org.Whether by email or phone call, individuals requesting a test should provide their full name and phone number to receive a call-back from a staff member to schedule their test. Testing priority is based on the current NJDOH and CDC guidelines. Van Doren noted, “The joint test site at RVCC with Somerset County was an extremely important resource during the time of rising infections. Hunterdon County’s Freeholders greatly appreciate the cooperation with Somerset County. We are pleased now to partner with healthcare providers at Hunterdon Healthcare system. The success of the RVCC site could not have happened without the selfless commitment of Hunterdon County’s volunteer Medical Reserve Corps and the County’s Health Department staff. We thank them for their service. And we thank Hunterdon Medical Group for stepping to the plate to help us to continue the testing for our residents.” COVID-19 testing is also available at Walmart, 152 NJ-31 N, Raritan Township, and at the CVS, 798 Route 202, in Readington.
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Donate Supplies Please note that the sewing of supplies is being done in-house and outside DIY supplies are not being taken at this time. • N95 masks – if you have a surplus personal or business supply of N95 masks, we can use them • Other supplies – eye goggles, surgical gloves, sterile gowns, comfortable and washable footwear (CROCS/adult sizes), video baby monitors • Food donations for staff – are welcome but please coordinate with us so that supply matches the needs at that time • Donate Blood. To schedule an appointment, call 908-788-6405 or email: Cconroy@hhsnj.org. Process for Donation of
Physical Items Please call the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation 908-788-6141 for all donations of physical items to coordinate drop-off. A staff member will meet you at an agreed-upon location on the Hunterdon Medical Center campus to accept your donation.
HUNTERDON HELPLINE: has been checking in with the stores/organizations every day. As of now, the supply situation varies from day to day. While deliveries are coming, stores are asking that people do not come unless they must, to avoid the long lines, practice social distancing and allow for more people to purchase needed supplies. MOST STORES HAVE PLACED LIMITS ON ESSENTIAL PRODUCTS. SIGNS ARE POSTED AT THE SHELVES. Please remember that this information continues to change. Call us for latest resources at 908.782.4357 ACCESS TO FOOD: If you are a Senior or a person with a disability, or in quarantine due to illness, please call us for access to food. This includes shop-at home-services, pantries etc. if you are unable to go there yourself or access online support. VOLUNTEERS: We are trying to connect volunteers with opportunities to help those in need. In order to do this safely and with organization for both the person receiving and the person helping, we are asking that you contact us and fill out our relief services volunteer form. Please complete this form and e-mailto email@example.com withRelief Services in the subject:
Stores Supermarkets: Costco: Monday through Friday, 10 am – 8:30 pm. Sat: 9:30 am to 6 pm; Sun: 10am - 6pm;Senior Hours Mon-Fri 9:00-10:00 Walmart:Monday through Friday 9am – 8:30pm, Sat 9am – 7pm, Sun 10am - 6pm ShopRite of Flemington: Monday through Friday 8 am - 9 pm, Sat-Sun 8am – 8pm; Senior Hours Mon-Sun 7:00-8:00 King’s: 7 am – 8 pm BJ’s: M-S 9 am – 8pm, Sun - 9 am to 7pm. First Responders designated shopping hour Sundays from 8 AM to 9 AM. Members over the age of 60 designated shopping hour Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8 AM to 9 AM. Stop ‘N Shop: Monday through Friday 9 am – 7 pm, Sat/Sun 9am - 5pm ShopRite of Clinton: 8 am to 8 pm every day; for seniors and people more susceptible to the virus, 7 am to 8 am. Limiting number of shoppers, suggesting that shopper come at non busy times; A volunteer Shop at Home program has been set up for seniors in need Giant in New Hope, PA: 6am to Midnight; senior hours 6am to 7am. Bishop's Market: General public: 6am-7pm Mon-Sat, 6am-6pm Sun. EVERYONE entering the store must wear a mask and they are not letting more than 20 people in the store at a time. Basil Bandwagon: 8am-8pm daily. 8am-9am Senior hours.
PHARMACIES: Hours and delivery information CVS: M-F 9 am to 8 pm, Sat: 9 am to 6 pm, Sun: 9 am to 5 pm Walgreens: M - Fri -8 am to 10 pm; Sat/Sun 9am to 5pm ShopRite - M-Fri 8am-8pm; Sat: 8am- 6pm; Sun: 8am - 3pm - delivery through Shop at Home Bowker's - M-Fri 8:30am to 7:30pm; Sat-9am to 3 pm; Sun-9am -1pm; delivery for prescriptions: 7-mile radius, same day.Stop in Shop - M-F: 9 am to 7 pm; Sat/Sun: 9 am to 5 pm; delivery only for specific insurance customers Reading Ridge - M-F 8:30 am to 8:30 pm; Sat 8:30 am - 6 pm; Sun-9 to 2; delivery for prescriptions Costco: Monday through Friday 10 am – 7 pm. Sat: 9:30 am to 6 pm; Sun: Closed. Hunterdon Regional Pharmacy (Inside Hunterdon Medical Center): M - F: 8:30am - 5:00pm Closed Sat/Sun Walmart: Mon, Wed-Sat: 9am - 7 pm; Tue 6am - 7 pm; Sun: 10 am - 6 pm The Medicine Shoppe: M-F: 9:30 am - 6:30 pm; Sat: 9 am to 2 pm; Sun: closed. Deliveries only within Lambertville OTHER STORES: Home Depot: Monday - Saturday 6 am - 8 pm, Sunday 7am - 8 pm Lowes: M-F 6 am to 7 pm; Sat 6 am - 9 pm; Sun 7am to 8pm
FOOD PANTRIES -Check Hours on websites: Fisherman’s Mark Food Pantry:Regular Hours, Emergency Curb-side only Flemington Area Food Pantry: Regular Hours, Curbside Only, Check website for Online ordering Frenchtown Food Pantry: Canceled--check website for more information Hampton Food Pantry: Open Thursday 9:15-11 with drive thru pickup upon request Hunterdon County YMCA Produce Distribution: Canceled for two weeks Lambertville Food Pantry: If anyone wishes to get food it will be delivered to their home. Number of people allowed in the store restricted. and a system in place for people to pick up bags outside Open Cupboard Food Pantry: Tuesday 930-1130 AM, Tuesday evening 5-6:30PM. Wednesday and Thursday 9:30-12:20. Friday: 5:30-6:30PM Round Valley United Methodist Church: Regular hours, Curbside service only Readington Starfish Food Pantry: Can make deliveries to accommodate certain people. Please call and setup ahead of time. St. Edward the Confessor RC Church: TBA Catholic Church of St. Anne's in Hampton, NJ: Thursdays for Walk-in/Walk-up: Pickup: 9:15 am-11am. Call ahead if you need other hours, we will try to accommodate you.
LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS / NONPROFITS: Please check websites for any additional info: Harvest Family Success Centeris physically closed for two weeks but is conducting financial, parenting and identity theft classes online. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Salvation Armyremains open. Call ahead for info. Friday lunch delivered "to go." Family Promise: Office closed but Family Promise of Hunterdon is continuing our rental assistance programs and handling client needs via phone and email. If no one answers, please leave a message with your name, number and reason for the call and someone will get back to you. There are no in-person appointments at this time. Center for Educational AdvancementExtended Employment services are closed until further notice. The Educational Service Commissionadult programs have been suspended for two weeks. NAMI HunterdonCancelled until further notice. NAMI has cancelled all support groups and the meeting which is scheduled for next week is postponed until further notice. However, you can still call 908.284.0500 for help. Catholic Charities of HunterdonContacting clients and making sure if they're sick or not, or if they have trouble getting to food bank. Sanitizing facility every 4 hours. Educating staff and necessary precautions for the virus. Executive team is doing daily briefings. United Way of Hunterdon County staff is working remotely. Programs and services are suspended. The Arc of Hunterdon No changes at this time. Having as many people as possible working from home, taking necessary precautions. Meals on Wheels in Hunterdoncontinues to deliver meals but the Congregate Meals Site is closed. Volunteers needed. Hunterdon County Senior CenterVIRTUAL FITNESS CLASSES USING ZOOM TECHNOLOGY ARE AS FOLLOWS: All virtual fitness classes will be free of charge. Registration is required. Instructions to join and invitation will be emailed to you. You must be a member of the Senior Center and Senior Health and Fitness Program and sign a waiver to enter the class http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/aging/seniorcenter.htm The Arc of Hunterdon County is closed to day programs. Limited staff. Residential program still operating. NORWESCAPin Hunterdon HEAD START is closed. Office staff is still working to answer questions. Visit their website for full details. (https://norwescap.org/covid-19/norwescap-service-updates/). Hunterdon County Library System - open on a limited bases. http://www.hclibrary.us/ Flemington Free Library: Closed until further notice. No late fees charged. Progressive Center for Independent Living is communicating with consumers and providers via email and telephone Healthy Women Healthy Families updated_general_flyer.pdfinitial_referral_form_fillable.pdf Long Term Care Facilities: (Country Arch, Independence Manor , Hunterdon Care Center and Rolling Hills Care Center):No visitation permitted at this time.
Transportation Update:Status of Local Transportation Services Trans-Bridge Bus Lines www.transbridgelines.com LINK and other county transportation Services: Currently operational. On Demand rides are available for essential medical trips, employment and food shopping. If you have any questions or to schedule a ride, please contact LINK at1-800-842-0531 The service is currently free and practicing social distancing along with sanitary measures. Passengers are required to wear a facial covering while on the LINK vehicles. LINK vehicles cannot transport passengers for COVID related testing including the test site at Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC). The RVCC testing site will not allow entry if residents do not arrive in a vehicle, even if they have a valid driver’s license and prescription. For the safety, health and security of staff and volunteers, patients must arrive by car. www.ridethelink.com transportation_info.pdf
Helpline's Community Translation Center: We have volunteers who can translate in a variety of languages, including Spanish and the Mediterranean languages, Asian languages, Arabic, Russian, etc. These volunteers can be connected by conference call if need be.