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1. What if the caller speaks a foreign language?
2. What if the caller is speech or hearing impaired?
3. What if I'm calling from a cellular telephone?
4. What if my call is not an emergency?
5. Will they keep me on the phone and ask other questions?

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1. How do I obtain a copy of my birth certificate?
2. How do I apply for a marriage license?
3. How do I obtain a copy of my marriage license?

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1. What is a revaluation/reassessments?
2. What is meant by full and fair value?
3. Why is there a need for a revaluation/reassessment?

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1. Where can I go for help?
2. Can I get into a residential detox and/or treatment program today?
3. How do I get financial assistance for alcoholism or other detox treatment?

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1. Is it true that the County offers free eye exams for its residents?
2. Can I be tested only for glaucoma?

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1. I have a long term disability; how and where do I apply for available benefits?

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1. Is there a fee for case management services?
2. What services are offered through Special Child Health?
3. How do I access NJ Early Intervention Services?
4. What if my child is over three years old and I have developmental concerns?

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1. What is domestic violence?
2. Can a victim drop charges?
3. Where will charges be heard?

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1. What is Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service?
2. How many municipalities have joined the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) regional service?
3. What is the current staffing level at Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (EMS)?
4. How is Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (EMS) performing and how has regionalizing improved EMS for those municipalities that join?
5. What steps are involved with a municipality joining the regionalized system?
6. Who oversees the operation of Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service?
7. Are Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service ambulances available to cover community events?
8. What other activities does Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service provide?
9. What are response areas?
10. Where do the ambulances and stations come from?
11. How is Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) funded?
12. Will patients be billed for service, will the Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) provide services to those without insurance and will the County profit from these payments?
13. Will Emergency Medical Service (EMS) regionalization increase County expenditures?
14. Has the County considered subsidizing existing squads to increase staff and ambulances to cover areas?
15. Is there a role for volunteers in Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS)?
16. Will employees currently employed by a municipality or volunteers in the field be hired by the County?
17. Will Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) ambulances stand by at working fires?
18. Will Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) do wellness visits to senior centers, outreach to schools and other public education activities such as Vial of Life, etc.?
19. Will Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) participate in task force activities and assignments?
20. Has the County considered regionalizing fire service?
21. How do I call for Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS)?
22. What hospital will Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) take me to?
23. Why do I see Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) ambulances parked at several locations around the county?
24. An elderly family member must use an ambulance to get to her appointment at the doctor’s office, but it's not an emergency. What should I do?
25. A disabled family member has slipped out of his/her wheelchair and isn’t hurt, but I am unable to lift her back up off the floor. I don’t know where to turn for help, what should I do?
26. When did Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) begin providing services?
27. When should I call 911 for Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS)?
28. Who will take care of me if I call 911 in a medical emergency?
29. Will I be invoiced for services I receive from Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS)EMS?
30. I recently received a check in the mail from my insurance company for ambulance transportation; what should I do?
31. Do all Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) ambulances respond to calls with their lights and sirens on?
32. What is an Emergency Department or hospital diversion?
33. I think I'd like to work with Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS). What do I need to do?

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1. What is a Master Plan?
2. Why does Gloucester County need to update its Master Plan?
3. What will be in Gloucester County's updated Master Plan?
4. Where can I find more information about land use and transportation?

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1. Does the county provide social services grant opportunities for local not-for-profits?
2. Does the county maintain a list of agencies that it sends grant notifications to?
3. How does my agency become informed of possible grant opportunities?

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1. How can I get help for my child with behavioral issues?

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1. How can I volunteer to serve on the Human Services Advisory Council (HSAC)?
2. What does the Human Services Advisory Council (HSAC) actually do?

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1. Where do I call for homeless help?

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1. Do you charge a fare?
2. Does the service travel to out of county locations?
3. Is weekend service provided?

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1. How do I obtain copies of reports?
2. How can I obtain a copy of a death certificate?
3. How do we claim or recover the decedent's body?
4. Is an autopsy required on all cases?
5. What if the family does not want an autopsy?
6. Can we view the decedent at your facility?

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1. What is registration?
2. What types of offenses require registration?
3. Who is required to register?
4. Are juvenile sex offenders required to register?
5. Are sex offenders convicted in another state required to register when they move to New Jersey?
6. Are sex offenders required to report changes of address?
7. How long must sex offenders register?
8. Is information available on the Internet?
9. What if a sex offender fails to register?

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1. How do I reserve a pavilion?
2. Do you allow weddings or receptions in the parks?
3. How do I reserve a ball field?
4. How can I get on your County and/or Parks and Recreation email list?
5. What parks allow fishing and are there rules for fishing in the park?
6. Where is the Parks and Recreation Administrative Office located?
7. Do you take care of injured wildlife?
8. Can I release any wildlife into the park?
9. Can I bring my dog to the park?

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1. Who can bring my child?
2. Do I need a shot record for my child?
3. Will there be any fees associated with my visit?
4. What else do I need to know?

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1. What is lead poisoning?
2. Why is lead harmful?
3. Where does lead come from?
4. How do children get lead poisoning?
5. Who should be tested for lead poisoning?

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1. What is a novel coronavirus?
2. How does novel Coronavirus spread?
3. How severe is novel Coronavirus?
4. What are the symptoms?
5. How is novel Coronavirus treated?

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1. What is foodborne disease?
2. What are the symptoms of foodborne illness?
3. Are some foods more likely to cause foodborne illness than others?
4. What foods are associated with foodborne illness?
5. How long after I eat contaminated food (or consume bacteria) will I become sick?
6. If I ate out at a local restaurant in my area and the next day I became ill, what should I do?
7. What can I do at home to help protect my family from foodborne illness?
8. How can a customer best assure safe food in a food establishment?
9. How are foodborne diseases diagnosed?
10. How long can I keep meat in my freezer?
11. How are foodborne diseases treated?
12. How does food become contaminated (made impure)?
13. Are some people more likely to contract a foodborne illness? If so, are there special precautions they should take?
14. Does hot water kill bacteria?
15. Does freezing destroy bacteria and parasites?
16. How can a person prevent food poisoning?
17. Where can I learn more about food safety and foodborne diseases?
18. Where can I find information on Food Safety, Bacteria or Spoilage?

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1. How is the HIV test done?
2. When do I get my results?
3. What if my test is positive?
4. Are my test results reported to anyone?
5. Where can I find more information on HIV/AIDS?
6. Are there any HIV Early Intervention Programs in South Jersey?
7. Are there any other options for medical care?

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1. What is influenza?
2. How is influenza spread?
3. How do I stop the spread of influenza?
4. What is the Gloucester County Department of Health doing to protect the residents of Gloucester County?
5. What is a Pandemic?
6. Why do I need a flu shot every year?

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1. What are Sexually Transmitted Diseases or Sexually Transmitted Infections?
2. What sexually transmitted infections are tested at the Gloucester County Clinic?
3. What sexually transmitted infections are diagnosed by visual examination only?
4. How are the tests performed?
5. When do I get my test results?
6. When do I get my treatment if a test is positive?
7. Are any immunizations offered at the clinic?
8. Do you provide pregnancy tests?
9. Do you offer any testing for Hepatitis?
10. Where can I find more information on Sexually Transmitted Infections?

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1. What is tuberculosis?
2. What are the symptoms of tuberculosis (TB)?
3. How is tuberculosis (TB) spread?
4. What happens if I have a positive skin test?
5. What will happen on my first visit?
6. What if I am diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB)?
7. How Is tuberculosis (TB) disease treated?
8. What is Directly Observed Therapy (DOT)?
9. What Is Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR TB)?
10. What is tuberculosis (TB) infection?
11. How can a person get tested for tuberculosis (TB)?
12. What if a person has been vaccinated with BCG?
13. What people with tuberculosis (TB) infection are at risk of developing TB disease?
14. How is tuberculosis (TB) infection treated?
15. What if a person has HIV infection?

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1. Whom do I notify?
2. What should I tell my patients who have reportable diseases?
3. What is a reportable communicable disease?
4. How and why were these diseases selected?
5. Why is it important for health care providers to report diseases in a timely manner?
6. What information must be in the report?
7. Does HIPAA allow disease reporting?
8. What do health departments do with this information?
9. Why do I have to report when the laboratory has already reported the case?
10. What is expected from a health care provider during a disease investigation?

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1. What is a Surrogate?
2. What is it meant to probate?
3. Are wills registered?
4. How do I begin the probate process?
5. Do I need an appointment?
6. What if there is no will?
7. What is the purpose of a surety bond and why is it required?
8. How do I get released from the surety bond?
9. How is distribution made if there is no will?
10. Without a will, how much is the surviving spouse entitled to?
11. What paperwork is necessary for a small estate when the decedent died without a will?
12. What information should I collect?
13. What is a Surrogate short certificate?
14. How many Surrogate short certificates will I need?
15. I am Power of Attorney; does this mean I can access the estate assets?
16. Where can I get more death certificates?
17. What are the basic obligations of the Executor or Administrator?
18. Is it necessary to notice all beneficiaries and next of kin that the will was probated?
19. Where does the Executor / Administrator obtain the funds to pay debts?
20. Do I have to pay all claims?
21. Am I entitled to compensation for acting as the Executor or Administrator?
22. How do I get a will out of a safe deposit box?
23. What if the will is not properly executed?
24. What is a formal accounting?
25. Do I need a formal accounting?
26. Does a divorce revoke the entire will?
27. Can I prepare my own will?
28. Where should I keep my will?
29. Do I still need a will even if I have a small estate?
30. What is a living trust?

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1. How do you apply for WorkFirst NJ's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) / General Assistance (GA) programs?
2. How do you apply for the NJ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)?
3. Where can I find updates on SNAP and WFNJ related to the coronavirus?

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1. Who may register to vote in Gloucester County?
2. How do I register to vote in Gloucester County?
3. When may I register to vote?
4. What if I am a new voter in Gloucester County?
5. How long is my registration valid?
6. Must I declare a party affiliation when I register?
7. If I move, how do I change my address?
8. What if I marry or change my name?
9. When are elections held in Gloucester County?
10. Where do I vote?
11. Need more information?

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1. What is 911?
2. When should I use 911?
3. Can I dial 911 from any phone?
4. Who will answer when I call 911?
5. What will they ask and how should I answer?
6. Can I call a police station directly?
7. Are there things I shouldn't call for?
8. How can we stay informed?
9. Is there anything I should do to make sure emergency personnel can find me?
10. Where can I get more information about 911?