Coronavirus Response for Families With Autism

March 13, 2020

Content Updated:  3/18/2020

Autism New Jersey is following recommendations from the CDC and state Department of Health and is implementing telework and remote meetings for its employees to help reduce the community spread of the Coronavirus

During this time, our 800.4.AUTISM Helpline will remain openPlease leave a message with specific dates and times you are available for a call-back, or email  You can also message us via our website, and we’ll aim to reply promptly. 

We remain focused on our mission to be a resource for the autism community. With a fluid situation and great uncertainty, we’ll share relevant, accurate information as it becomes available.

Please visit our new resource page for updates

Coronavirus Hub

We’re Here for You

As always, Autism New Jersey’s Helpline and staff are here to help. We recognize your lives have already or may become unpredictable and challenging. We’re here to listen and provide resources and up-to-date information.

Wishing you the best of health.

Yours sincerely,

Suzanne Buchanan, Psy.D., BCBA-D
Executive Director