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The Social Security Administration Encourages You to be on the Look Out for Scams

The Social Security Administration Encourages You to be on the Look Out for Scams Disaster scams are still out there. The Social Security Administration (SSA) issued another warning last week. The scammers are making phone calls and sending emails, posing as FEMA or SSA employees. They ask¬† for your Social Security number¬† and bank information, […]

Disaster SNAP – Food Assistance for those affected by Sandy

CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION BEGINS TRANSITION AWAY FROM STATE-SUPPORTED EMERGENCY SHELTERS THIS WEEK TRENTON ‚Äì The Christie Administration today announced that due to the success of finding temporary housing placements for shelterees, it anticipates closure of Monmouth Raceway Park‚Äôs Club House and the Arthur Brisbane Child Treatment Center – two state supported shelters ‚Äì this week. Individuals […]

Go Direct- Deadline approaching

One important thing to know from anyone receiving Federal benefits is that by March 1, 2013 you need to switch to Direct Deposit.

In the aftermath of Sandy

In the aftermath of Sandy Many New Jerseyans were affected by Hurricane Sandy, a number of them seniors. In the past two weeks since then we‚Äôve seen many images of destruction and heard many stories of days without power. If you are still in need of assistance as you recover from the damage Sandy left […]

Flu Season 2012

Seasonal (or common) influenza is a respiratory illness that can be spread from person to person and is caused by human influenza viruses.¬† WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF THE FLU? Fever Cough Sore Throat Body Aches Headache Flu season usually runs from October until May. The CDC recommends that you get a flu shot before […]