DDD Closes Congregate Day Programs
November 19, 2020
New Jersey’s Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) has announced the closure of all Division-funded in-person congregate day programming for a second time due to the rising rates of COVID cases in New Jersey. The closure is effective from the end of business on November 25th through at least January 19th. DDD states that January 19th is only a projected re-opening date, and that this date may change.
The Division will continue to make State Supplemental Payments to providers as they did during the last closure and individuals can elect to receive virtual day services during this time. For more information about provider payment, virtual services, and other aspects of this closure, please read the Division’s Temporary Closure of Congregate Day Services guidance.
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