NJACP Hosts Central Jersey Legislative Breakfast

On February 26 NJACP held a well-attended and informative Legislative Breakfast at the new location in Ewing. The dialogue was robust and informative and the Legislators and their staffs thanked members for the information and requested follow up meetings. NJACP is appreciative of the attendees time and effort devoted to providers’ issues and concerns and read more

Message from the CEO

ValValerie Sellers

There’s No Turning Back

On my first day at NJACP, a letter was issued by Commissioner Jennifer Valez announcing the transition to fee-for-service (FFS).  I didn’t understand the significance of this but after talking to members, I understood that there had been talk about FFS for years, hence the cynicism as to whether there truly would be movement this time.  Clearly there has been.  To someone coming in from the outside, a shift to FFS seemed like a natural progression taken by not only New Jersey, but states throughout the country.    read more

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There are many advantages in becoming a member of the New Jersey Association of Community Providers.
  • Advocacy
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ACTION ALERT: Statewide Transition Plan – DHS Accepting Public Comments

  The Department of Human Services (DHS) is accepting public comment on the proposed “Statewide Transition Plan” until February 26, 2015. After extensive review and analysis of the plan, NJACP has significant concerns with the way the Plan implements the CMS HCBS Final Rule and is asking all providers to submit comments and encouraging providers read more


Member Spotlight

Benchmark Human Services

The Dynamic Duo Soar to Higher Heights By Antoinette S. Johnson   Pamela and Donna Barry have it all.  At age 55, they are living a life that most people hope and dream about.  They are, indeed, living successfully in the community.  They have wonderful parents and staff to thank for that.  The Barry Twins read more

Who We Help

NJACP provides support and services to its member agencies that serve our neighbors, family and friends living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  NJACP is an association with its members reflecting a dynamic community of diverse providers dedicated to advancing sustainable community based services and supports that enrich lives and build futures for people.  People with read more