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The Following is Information From The Official City Of Newark Web Site.
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The Social Services Division of the Department of Child and Family Wellbeing provides quality services to Newark's children and senior citizens through new technology; by collaborating with agencies; by identifying resources for funding new and major and/or existing programs; and by providing educational training for staff and community.

Social Services Divisions includes the following units:

* Newark Office on Aging, which is responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing service
delivery to ensure the wellbeing of Newark's elderly. Services provided include transportation services
(van transportation to senior centers; coach bus rentals for one-day group excursion; and special
transportation for food shopping, recreational activities, mall shopping, and medical appointments); and
social services including referral and information concerning financial needs, health nutrition housing,
protective services, and other social. Additionally, this agency operates services seven multipurpose
senior centers.

94 William Street,
1st Floor
Newark, NJ 07102
Contact: Philip Orlando, Program Coordinator
(973) 733-4392

* Newark Office of Children, which acts as the liaison for childcare centers throughout the City of
Newark on all daycare and childcare issues. Services provided include Child Development Associate
(CDA) training and family Daycare provider training. Additionally, the office provides information and
referral services to all Newark residents relating to daycare, childcare, and children's health care.

110 William Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Contact Rosa Langston, Program Coordinator
(973) 733-7976

* Newark Nutrition Project for the Elderly, which provides well-balanced nutritious meals to the
senior citizens who are at least 60 of age and the disabled. The project currently operates 13
congregate nutrition sites in the City of Newark located in all five wards. The project also provides
meals-on-wheels to the homebound elderly.

94 William Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Contact Vernell Williams, Project Coordinator
(973) 624-2166

* SuNup Food Program, which consists of two feeding programs that provide nutritious meals for
children in the City of Newark:

1. Summer Food Program: This program provides breakfast and lunch during
the summer months to children who reside in the city and
are between the ages of 0 and 18.

2. Childcare Food Program: This program provides
snacks and/or dinners to any nonprofit organization
that offers afterschool activities to children between the
ages of 6 and 12. It also provides two main meals and a
snack to daycare centers with children between the ages
of 2 and 5.

94 Williams Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Contact Elizabeth Rainey
(973) 733-7608

Health Planning

The Health Planning Division of the Newark Department of Child and Family Wellbeing (DCFWB) assists management in setting policy to develop the goals, objectives, and parameters of the department's medical, social, and environmental health services while ensuring access, quality, and outcome-based care for Newark residents.

Established in September 2003, the Health Planning Division was established in order to allow the DCFWB to focus its energies on issues affecting the community. The division is responsible for making recommendations regarding public health interventions to reduce illness, disability, premature death, and environmental hazards that impair community health and quality of life. The division also uses disease trend information gathered by the Division of Surveillance and Prevention to identify service gaps and develop strategies to address the needs of the community.

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