The Medical Center is using patient data to prevent emergencies and make planning decisions. And Camden and Trenton have their own initiatives to decrease costly repeat visits.
On the 1st anniversary of Sandy, HCDNNJ released “We are the Sandy 75%”, messages from people impacted by Sandy and the those seeking a fair recovery.
We have worked across government silos to provide treatment to address addiction and begun to provide the addict ex-offender with required housing, treatment, and a job.
The Middlesex County Board of Freeholders unanimously approved a resolution supporting HR 2137, the Hurricane Sandy Tax Relief Act, which provide an increased disaster allocation of LIHTC.
“That isn’t the case these days,” said Shelter Coordinator Tom Johnson. “We’re at capacity year-round; when somebody leaves or is discharged, someone is there to fill the space.”