The Office of Vital Statistics and Registry registers vital events and maintains the following vital records:
- Birth records from 1923 to present
- Marriage records from 1941 to present
- Death records from 1941 to present
- Domestic partnership records from 2004
- Civil union records from 2007
- Certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth from 1969
- Adoption records - foreign and domestic
Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
WIC is a public health nutrition program that provides wholesome food, nutrition education and community support for eligible women who are pregnant and post-partum with infants and children up to five years old.
In the News
New Jersey Department of Health Marks National Influenza Vaccination Week With Reminder to Stay Up To Date Against Respiratory Viruses
With respiratory virus season underway and in recognition of National Influenza Vaccination Week, December 4-8, the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) is reminding residents to stay up to date by getting their annual flu vaccine as well as the 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine and RSV shot if eligible.
New Jersey Department of Health Recognizes World AIDS Day
As the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) joins the worldwide observance of World AIDS Day this December 1 in remembrance of those lost to HIV/AIDS, NJDOH applauds the numerous organizations tirelessly working with New Jersey communities living with, at risk of, or affected by HIV each day to advance the end of the HIV epidemic. This year’s theme is Let Communities Lead.
NJ Health Department Funding Expansion of Healthy Corner Store Initiative
The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) is expanding the Healthy Corner Store Initiative, which is aimed at increasing the availability and awareness of nutritious food and beverage options in neighborhood corner stores in underserved communities, particularly benefiting patrons eligible for SNAP and WIC benefits. The Department is making $1.75 million available across stores statewide and is investing $250,000 towards stores in Atlantic City, which is currently a leading food desert.
NJ Health Department Investigating Legionnaires’ Disease Cases in Middlesex, Union Counties
The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) is investigating an increase in Legionnaires’ disease cases in residents across Middlesex and Union counties and encouraging residents who develop symptoms suggestive of Legionnaires’ disease to seek medical evaluation.