The ribbon has been cut for our new Wharton Group Home! It will soon open for four individuals with developmental disabilities to flourish and grow independently. The opening of this home involved the help from many and we’d like to give a huge thank you to everyone that made this happen: New Jersey Department of Developmental Disabilities, New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, Morris County Office of Community Development, Mayor William Chegwidden and the Borough of Wharton, and John Crimi.
About the Home
Pillar Care group homes provide individuals with disabilities the support they need to live more independently and offer family members reassurance that their loved ones have a safe, comfortable and enjoyable place to live. Each resident has their own room that they can personalize to their liken and make the space their home. The homes are staffed 24/7 by support professionals that work to empower residents and encourage them to participate in community events or explore personal interest.