Office on Aging Services

  • Aging and Disability Resource Connection
    1-800-564-4656
    Advocacy for the 73,000+ Morris County adults age 60 and over.

    What is Aging and Disability Resource Connection? Aging and Disability Resource Connection (New Jersey Easy Access, Single Entry) is the easy way for seniors and their families to get information about and access senior services.

    Aging and Disability Resource Connection is one toll-free telephone number to put you in touch with someone to help you learn about and apply for important programs and benefits.

    Aging and Disability Resource Connection promotes independence, dignity and choice for New Jersey’s older adults.

    Who answers the phone? When you dial the Aging and Disability Resource Connection toll-free telephone number, a person from an agency in your county answers. You’ll speak with someone who is trained, knowledgeable and ready to help you. Once services are provided, Aging and Disability Resource Connection keeps in touch with you to make sure the services continue to meet your needs.

    How can Aging and Disability Resource Connection help? Aging and Disability Resource Connection staff members are trained to provide you with answers and information on a wide variety of topics, including:

    • Healthcare
    • Insurance
    • Home Care Services
    • Long Term Care Options
    • Transportation
    • Social Activities
    • Nutrition
    • Volunteer Opportunities
    • And more.

    The Aging and Disability Resource Connection toll-free number is 1-877-222-3737

  • Office on Aging
    1-800-564-4656
    Advocacy for the 73,000+ Morris County adults age 60 and over.

    Provides information on a variety of services designed to foster the independence and dignity of Morris County residents in need of assistance through Aging and Disability Resource Connection (Easy Access, Single Entry).

    Morris County EASE number: 1-800-564-4656
    State of New Jersey EASE number: 1-877-222-3737

  • Adult Protective Services (APS)
    973-326-7282
    Aids those over age 18, unable to act on their own behalf, and at risk of abuse, exploitation or neglect.

    Provides technical assistance to community agencies on the identification and prevention of abuse and neglect.

  • Boarding Home/Residential Healthcare
    973-326-7282
    Ensures residents of community boarding homes, residential healthcare, and assisted living facilities are connected to appropriate community services.

    Investigates reports of abuse and/or neglect within these facilities.

  • Nutrition Project
    973-285-6856
    Operates 15 Midday Friendship Centers where seniors enjoy a nutritious lunch, special programs and social activities.

    Runs a home-delivered meal program for at-risk, vulnerable seniors.

    Distributes “Shelf Stable” meals (not requiring refrigeration) to make sure seniors have food during inclement weather.