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The New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities provides public funding for services and supports that assist people with developmental disabilities. These services are offered in the community by more than 250 New Jersey agencies and in six residential developmental centers. The Division strives to make the most effective use of its available funding in order to serve as many people as possible.
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Applying for ServicesTo receive services through the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities, you must meet the functional criteria and be Medicaid eligible. All disability-related services are funded through one of two Medicaid waiver programs: the Supports Program or the Community Care Waiver.
Where to Apply for Division-funded Services
Fee for Service ImplementationFor information regarding the Division's current transition from a contract reimbursement system to a Medicaid-based fee-for-service model, visit Fee for Service (FFS) Implementation.
Contact UsDivision of Developmental Disabilities
195 Gateway Center
5 Commerce Way, Suite 100
Hamilton, NJ 08691
PO Box 726
Trenton, NJ 08625-0726
Toll free: 800.832.9173
To Report Abuse
Elizabeth M. Shea, Assistant Commissioner
Division Staff: +9500 (FT, PT, TES/Temporary Employment Services)
Division Budget: +$1.5 billion (state and federal funds)