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Healthfirst NJ
1 Washington Park, Suite 1405
Newark, NJ 07102

Become a Healthfirst NJ FamilyCare Member.
Contact the NJ State Health Benefits Coordinator (HBC):
Toll-free at 1-800-701-0710

Want to become a Healthfirst NJ Medicare member? Have a question about our benefits? Contact us at:
1-877-237-1308
TDD/TTY English
1-800-852-7897
TDD/TTY Español
1-866-658-7714
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Already a Healthfirst NJ FamilyCare member? For answers to your questions, contact us at:
1-888-GO4-HFNJ (1-888-464-4365)
TDD/TTY English
1-800-852-7897
TDD/TTY Español
1-866-658-7714
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Already a Healthfirst NJ
Medicare member? For
answers to your questions, contact us at:

1-877-GO4-HFNJ
(1-877-464-4365)
TDD/TTY English
1-800-852-7897
TDD/TTY Español
1-866-658-7714
Monday - Sunday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Make a Plan to Live Healthy

A healthy life starts with a plan. Let us help you decide how to be healthy with good advice and special programs for Healthfirst NJ members that can assist you and your family. 

Lead is dangerous for children ages 6 and younger because it can cause serious health problems. Find out if your child is at risk and why he or she must be tested.
 
Caring for a family member, friend, or neighbor can be stressful and emotional. We’re here to help you with 10 healthy steps you can take to make your caregiver role a little easier.
 
Did you know that cigarette smoke contains 200 poisons and 69 chemicals that cause cancer? It’s never too late to stop smoking. Let us help you quit.
 
If you or someone you love is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, you are not alone. Learn more about the signs of drug and alcohol abuse and what you can do to get help – for yourself or a loved one.
 
Are you pregnant or a new mom? Need real advice? Text4baby is a text service to help you and your baby get and stay healthy. And it’s free!
 
Healthy Recipes
Healthfirst is proud to work with Chef Elsie Ramos to make it easy for people to get healthy, stay healthy and make smart lifestyle choices.
 
Mental health or drug and alcohol abuse problems can be overwhelming. 
 
The common cold can affect us all year round. Learn how to protect yourself. 
 
A balanced eating plan and regular physical activity are the building blocks of good health. Let us help you get started on a healthy eating plan.
 
New Jersey has many wonderful parks and outdoor activities.  We know how important it is to keep your kids safe.  Learn tips you can teach your children to stay safe.
 
Well-child visits help keep your child healthy. Let us help explain the doctor's visit. 
 
HIV/AIDS are complex diseases that impact many people around the world. Learn more about prevention here.
 
Did you know that heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States?
 
Do you suffer from asthma or allergies? Learn how to treat, prevent and cope with symptoms. 
 
Learn how to protect yourself from Tuberculosis and detect symptoms.
 
Learn more on how Immunizations (shots) help protect your child from common childhood diseases.
 
Do you or someone you know have a child with ADHD? Learn about signs, causes and resources. 
 
Domestic abuse is more than physical violence. Examples and resources can be found here. 
 
Every pregnant woman wants to make sure that her baby is healthy. Get information on how you can have a healthy pregnancy. 
 

Senior Health

Healthy living means making the right choices for you and your family, including the food you eat and how much you exercise. We want to help you find the perfect healthy balance. Get tips on how to get healthy, stay healthy, and make smart choices.


Managing Medicines

Do you sometimes forget when to take your medicine? Or do you have difficulty remembering exactly how much medicine to take? Maybe you’re taking more than one medicine and are having a tough time managing all of them.   

You’re not alone. The good news is that there are tools that can help you stay healthy and safe while taking your medicines. Click the links below to get resources to help you manage your medicines with more ease, understand the importance of taking your medicine on time and in the right amount, and stay informed.

And remember: it’s important to talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you have questions or concerns about your medicines.

 
Last update 2013-09-18 11:43