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All Middlesex County buildings will remain closed to the general public until further notice due to COVID-19– County services are available on an appointment basis.


How do I find out what services are available in Middlesex County and if I qualify for any of these services?
Contact the Middlesex County Office of Aging & Disabled Services at 732-745-3295 and ask to speak with someone in Information & Assistance. Our Information & Assistance staff is available Monday thru Friday, from 8:30am – 4:15pm. Our staff will complete a brief intake to determine what programs you may be eligible for and they will answer any questions you may have.
How do I find out about transportation services in Middlesex County?
The Middlesex County Area Transit (MCAT) program provides transportation for senior citizens (60 years and older) and persons with disabilities to enable them to maintain the necessities of life. Transportation is provided within Middlesex County and up to 5 miles outside the County. All transportation is curb-to-curb and individuals must register with MCAT in order to request a ride.

To register for MCAT contact 732-745-7456.
The Middlesex County Community Shuttle program provides scheduled fixed-route services in Middlesex County that do not require advance reservation.
Click here to view the shuttle schedules

How do I apply for the Meals-on-Wheels program?
The Senior Meal Program provides home delivered meals to isolated, homebound seniors who have no formal or informal caregiver and are unable to attend a congregate meal program. An initial intake form is completed and processed to screen eligible residents for the program. The Senior Meal Program operates Monday through Friday from 8:30am – 2:30pm. For further information residents may contact the main office at 732-745-3295 or click here to view the Nutrition Services page.
How do I find someone to assist me with questions about Medicare?
The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) provides one-on-one counseling to Medicare beneficiaries. Certified Counselors assist with questions related to Medicare, explanation of Medicare benefits, supplemental insurances, claims / billing issues, and appeals. Counselors also provide assistance with prescription drug programs including: assist with choosing Part D plans, screening for other Rx programs and completing applications. To find a SHIP Counselor in your area, contact the main office at 732-745-3295.
Click here to view the SHIP page

How do I obtain general information on resources available in Middlesex County for seniors and the disabled?
Contact our office at 732-745-3295 and request a Resource Directory be mailed to your home. The 2017 Resource Directory can also be viewed by clicking here.  The directory includes comprehensive lists of various agencies in Middlesex County, there is a multitude of information ranging from housing options, adult day care facilities, support groups & counseling agencies, as well as many other social service, state and federal organizations.
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