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Division on Aging/ADRC Launches New Website

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The Union County Department of Human Services announced today that the Division on Aging/ADRC has launched its redesigned website offering the public a streamlined site that is easier to use, with simpler navigation, new content, and interactive features. The website address is

Among the many useful items the redesigned website features:

  • A more intuitive, user friendly redesign with a new look and feel
  • A streamlined menu bar that simplifies navigation
  • Interactive abilities allowing documents to be downloaded or saved onto desktops
  • Easy to read information boxes and program breakdowns

“The new site improved its navigation to easily connect visitors to any information they need under the Division of Aging,” said Commissioner Chair Rebecca Williams. “These changes make this section of the website much more accessible and easy to read on both a computer and mobile devices, so guests no longer have to search layers of links to find what they are looking for.”

“We incorporated more prominent tabs to simplify navigating the site, giving residents the option to save time and assist in expediting their questions or visit to our sites,” said Debbie-Ann Anderson, Director of Human Services. “The page will continue to be updated regularly with the most up-to-date information.”

“The Division on Aging recognizes the changing landscape and the need to access information quickly, easily, and accurately. We hope this new design and information-sharing platform reaches all of those individuals looking for assistance and ultimately discovering who we are and how we can help, and our dedicated, professional staff remain available to answer your calls,” said Natalie Zarrillo, Executive Director, Division on Aging.

The Union County Division on Aging is one of the State’s 21 designated Area Agency on Aging, tasked with connecting State, County and local government communities and residents through advocacy and innovation. It is the recognized lead agency for ADRC (Aging & Disability Resource Connection), the statewide system that coordinates access to services, care management and support services for older adults and the disabled.

The office is responsible for leading the charge in providing information, referral and assistance to older adults, their caregivers, provider agencies and the general public who are in need of services and supports in Union County.

The Mission of the Union County Division on Aging is to provide and assist in the provision of services to older adults and caregivers of older adults in Union County, in order to improve the quality of their lives, such as:

  • Promoting awareness of services available
  • Addressing the changing needs and concerns as the population becomes more diverse
  • Maximizing the use of resources in order to serve the older adults of Union County with equity
  • Planning for future demographic changes as the older adult population grows at an unprecedented rate

To view the new website or for more information on any programs or services offered by the Division of Aging/ADRC please visit or call 908-527-4870.