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Be it in a patient’s home or one of our unique residential facilities, the Center for Hope provides compassionate and professional skilled care that eases the burdens associated with caring for a loved one. 

Located in Union County, New Jersey, the Center brings its patients a quality of life that actively supports the individual’s right to live with dignity and in comfort, surrounded by the love of family and friends. 

The Center for Hope…the right choice for all the right reasons.  Learn why by calling 908.889.7780.

​The right choice for all the right reasons.

December 6, 2021: CENTER FOR HOPE OUTBREAK PREVENTION PLAN - KEEPING OUR STAFF AND PATIENTS SAFE:
The Center has maintained, and continues to maintain, adequate staffing to care for our patients. The Center has obtained and distributed an adequate supply of Personal Protective Equipment for all employees. Our employees are regularly tested for the virus in accordance with updated Department of Health guidelines.  Patients are tested as required. Temperature checks and symptoms screening of staff and patients are routine.  Upon first entry, patients are admitted to separate areas of our facilities and are grouped according to Department of Health guidelines.

RESPONDING TO THE NEEDS OF OUR FAMILY MEMBERS:
The Center understands that during these times of limited visitation, communication with appropriate family members regarding a patient’s changes, new medications or a change in the treatment plan must be communicated expeditiously.  Additionally, the Center has implemented a system of visiting through video, which is available around the clock.  Patient families will be notified of any changes to patient care or policy by phone as necessary. Updates are posted on our website at least weekly.


OUR VISITING POLICY:
Due to the Covid crisis, the Center, for the safety of our staff, patients and visitors, must limit both the number of visitors and the hours during which visitors are allowed in our residences. This number is determined by the needs of the patient and family; and, by the availability of our staff to monitor visitors.

Visitors must make an appointment before visiting. At that time you will be informed about available times and any limitations we must impose.

These are difficult times and this pandemic must be taken seriously. Thank you for your cooperation.

For more information or any questions about our visitation policy, please call 908.889.7780. 

*** Please note that throughout this crisis, we are accepting new patients and admitting patients to our residences.***