Wednesday, February 26, 2014

N.J. Moves Up Closings

TRENTON — The Christie administration has accelerated the closing of two institutions that are home to 415 people with developmental disabilities, choosing to close one in Totowa in July and another in Woodbridge in January 2015, according to a memo obtained by The Star-Ledger.
Two years ago, a task force decided to close the Woodbridge Developmental Center and the North Jersey Developmental Center in Totowa by 2017 in an effort to reduce New Jersey’s reliance on institutional care for people with developmental disabilities.

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