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presented by THE CAMDEN COUNTY BOARD of FREEHOLDERS camdencounty.com 1-866-CAMDEN COUNTY (1-866-226-3362) information guide to HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES CONSTITUTIONAL ROW OFFICERS COUNTY CLERK Joseph Ripa SHERIFF Gilbert “Whip” Wilson SURROGATE Michelle A. Gentek-Mayer PROSECUTOR Mary Eva Colalillo The mission of the Department of Health & Human Services is to improve the quality of life for all Camden County residents by providing and assuring access to quality health services and programs which are cost effective and responsive to local needs. The Division of Community Health Services provides adult immunizations, flu shots, public health preparedness, substance abuse prevention and treatment, and many other valuable programs. Our Division of Environmental and Consumer Health assures environmental protection and provides programs to address air emissions, solid/hazardous waste management, water quality, site assessment, indoor air quality and emergency response. The Consumer Health component seeks to minimize the risk of communicable and infectious diseases through inspections, investigations, education and enforcement actions in regulated and non-regulated facilities. Facilities include but are not limited to food service operations, schools, child care facilities, body art businesses, residential housing, and animal shelter facilities. We also offer programs to protect citizens against consumer fraud with our Consumer Protection and Weights & Measures Unit. The Division of Senior & Disabled Services provides a system of programs and services to ensure a better quality of life for the older residents. Respectfully Yours, Carmen Rodriguez Freeholder Liaison to Health & Human Services BOARD of FREEHOLDERS BOARD OF FREEHOLDERS Louis Cappelli, Jr., DIRECTOR Edward T. McDonnell , DEPUTY DIRECTOR Jeffrey L. Nash Carmen G. Rodriguez Jonathan L. Young, Sr. William F. Moen, Jr. Susan Shin Angulo
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Page 1: information guide to BOARD of FREEHOLDERS …...ment and contact follow-up. Rabies, animal bite investigations, reportable diseases and outbreak investigations. PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING

presented by THE CAMDEN COUNTY BOARD of FREEHOLDERScamdencounty.com

1-866-CAMDEN COUNTY (1-866-226-3362)

information guide to

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

CONSTITUTIONALROW OFFICERS

COUNTY CLERK Joseph Ripa

SHERIFF Gilbert “Whip” WilsonSURROGATE Michelle A. Gentek-Mayer

PROSECUTOR Mary Eva Colalillo

The mission of the Department of Health & Human Services is to improve the quality of life for all Camden County residents by providing and assuring access to quality health services and programs which are cost effective and responsive to local needs.

The Division of Community Health Services provides adult immunizations, flu shots, public health preparedness, substance abuse prevention and treatment, and many other valuable programs.

Our Division of Environmental and Consumer Health assures environmental protection and provides programs to address air emissions, solid/hazardous waste management, water quality, site assessment, indoor air quality and emergency response.

The Consumer Health component seeks to minimize the risk of communicable and infectious diseases through inspections, investigations, education and enforcement actions in regulated and non-regulated facilities. Facilities include but are not limited to food service operations, schools, child care facilities, body art businesses, residential housing, and animal shelter facilities.

We also offer programs to protect citizens against consumer fraud with our Consumer Protection and Weights & Measures Unit.

The Division of Senior & Disabled Services provides a system of programs and services to ensure a better quality of life for the older residents.

Respectfully Yours,

Carmen RodriguezFreeholder Liaison to Health & Human Services

BOARD of FREEHOLDERS

BOARD OF FREEHOLDERSLouis Cappelli, Jr.,

DIRECTOR

Edward T. McDonnell, DEPUTY DIRECTOR

Jeffrey L. NashCarmen G. RodriguezJonathan L. Young, Sr.

William F. Moen, Jr.Susan Shin Angulo

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OFFICE OF THE DIRECTORAnn Biondi856.374.6319 or [email protected] Jakubowski856.374.6033 or [email protected]

COUNTY HEALTH OFFICERPaschal Nwako856.374.6037 or [email protected]

PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESSCaryelle Lasher, Communicable Disease Unit Supervisor856.374.5117 or [email protected] on planning, educational and surveillance activities in our communities, and works with local, state and regional agencies to assure the public safety in times of crisis. MEDICAL RESERVE CORP Daniela Fumu 856.374.6141

DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESRobert Jakubowski, Division Director856-374-6033

CONSUMER PROTECTION/WEIGHTS & MEASURES 856.374.6001 or [email protected] James Wicker, SuperintendentEnforces Fraud Act and Weights& Measures Laws, including gasoline sales.NJ Consumer Affairs 1.800.242.5846

DIVISION OF COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES Provides health, wellness and clinical services, either directly or in cooperation with other health care providers. NJ FAMILY CARE 856.374.6363 TOBACCO CONTROL 856.374.6035

SUBSTANCE ABUSE UNITJohn Pellicane, Director856.374.6361Provides prevention, education and treatment referral programs offered directly or through contract. INTOXICATED DRIVER RESOURCE CTR. 856.669.0820 MUNICIPAL ALLIANCES 856.374.6368 DRUG TREATMENT REFERRALS 856.374.6361

COMMUNICABLE DISEASESCaryelle Lasher, Communicable Disease Unit Supervisor856.374.6356856.757.2266856.931.2700Offers free, anonymous and confidential AIDS/HIV screening and counseling. Free STD diagnosis, treat-ment and contact follow-up. Rabies, animal bite investigations, reportable diseases and outbreak investigations.

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING Claudia Funaro, Director of Nursing856.382.2694 or [email protected] ADULT HEALTH SERVICES 856.374.5153 Screenings for blood pressure, vision, colon-rectal cancer, cholesterol, diabetes, flu shots, breast exams, PAP smears and mammography referrals. CHILD HEALTH CONFERENCE 856.931.2700 Preventive health care for uninsured infants and preschool age children. IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM 856.225.5128 Shots for uninsured children from birth - 18 years. CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING PREVENTION PROGRAM 856.374.5139 Education, screening and case manage- ment for families of children under 6 who are at health risk, including exposure to lead. TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL 856.756.2265 Free diagnosis, treatment, follow-up, case mgt. SPECIAL CHILD HEALTH Jeanne Borrelli 856.374.6021 or [email protected] Connects families of children with special needs or developmental delay to needed services. HEALTH PROMOTIONPatricia Hearey, Health Educator856.374.6035 or [email protected] Community health education, health fairs, speaker’s bureau for schools, worksites, community and faith- based organizations.

DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND CONSUMER HEALTH SERVICESErnest Smith, Section Supervisor CEHA, HAZMAT856.374.6058 or [email protected] Grochowski, Principal REHS856.374.6024 or [email protected] basic preventive public health services in a broad spectrum of environmental areas. AIR POLLUTION 856.374.6049 FOOD AND RELATED SERVICES 856.374.6052 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 856.374.6049 NOISE POLLUTION 856.374.6049 PUBLIC BATHING INSPECTION 856.374.6052 SEPTIC SYSTEM/WATER/SEWER 856.374.6064 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 856.374.6049 YOUTH CAMP INSPECTION 856.374.6052 KENNELS/PET SHOPS 856.374.6029 NUISANCE COMPLAINTS 856.374.6029 D.C.A. MULTIPLE DWELLING INSPECTIONS Vance Bowman 856.374.6025 or [email protected] RIGHT TO KNOW 856.374.6049 TATTOOING/BODY PIERCING 856.374.6052

DIVISION OF SENIOR & DISABLED CITIZEN SERVICESMaureen Bergeron, Division Director 1.877.222.3737 or [email protected] Offers a wide variety of services to enhance the quality of life for senior and disabled residents.Housing, Care Management, Caregiver Support Programs, Will Clinics, Meals on Wheels State Health Insurance Assistance Program Transporta-tion, H.O.P.E. - support for widowed persons, Disabled Services, Information & Assistance and Advocacy SENIOR CITIZEN DAY CENTER 856.374.6005 1.800.797.3477 Social non-medical day care is provided. The program, includes transportation, lunch, personal shopping trips, handicrafts, holiday celebrations and much more.


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