Parents of disabled adults say they are getting the run-around from state agencies in their fight to keep their relatives safe.
New Jersey families are fighting to keep their disabled relatives safe, and they say Gov. Chris Christiie is the man that holds the key to making it happen.
About 200 counselors from New Jersey Hope and Healing Helpline have given emotional support to 300,000 callers since Sandy hit 11 months ago.
Gov. Chris Christie’s administration announced state and federal emotional stress hotlines have been made available to New Jersey residents and relief workers.
NJ officials say a nonprofit agency that provides housing and services to people with developmental disabilities will repay the state $353,000 for expenses that were questioned in state audits.