Sanitarian: Joseph Gautier
Registrar of Vital Statistics: JoAnn Panzarino
Deputy Registrar: Diane T. Testa
Public Health Nurse: Diana Coastagliola
Services and Programs
Department of Social Services
The Fairview based Department of Social Services Provides one-on-one confidential counselling, referral, short and long term problem solving for residents with a variety of concerns. We are dedicated to aiding our neighbours in Fairview and supporting local business.
Food and Clothing Pantry
An on-site food and clothing pantry available year-round to Borough residents working with the department and for emergency circumstances, based on need.
Individualized Professional Case Management
Emergency Services - Food, Shelter & Clothing
Assistance with Agency Applications
- Winter Holiday giving to Borough Children and their families
- Summer School Supply Drive for Fall giving
- Thanksgiving Baskets sponsored by local charities
All projects are made possible through the generous donations of individuals and local charities. All donations should be made payable to the: Borough of Fairview Fund.
FREE VACCINES FOR ALL AGES
The Fairview Board of Health in conjunction with The Health Awareness Regional Program of Hackensack University Medical Center is offering Free vaccine for all ages at the Fairview Health Department located at 53 Grant Street, Fairview, N.J. 07022
Adults 19-64years need 1-2 doses if they smoke cigarettes or have certain chronic medical conditions, like asthma. All adults 65 years or older need one dose of this vaccine.
Tetanus/ diphtheria/pertussis (whooping cough): Vaccination is recommended as one time dose of “Tdap" if you are younger than age 65 years, are 65+ and have contact with an infant, are a healthcare worker, or simply want to be protected from whooping cough.
Meningococcal Vaccine (MCV4):
Recommended children 11-18, years and all those going to college and planning to live in a dormitory.
HPV Vaccine (11PV4). Protection against the virus that can cause cervical cancer is recommended for females 11-26 years of age, this vaccine is given in 3 doses over 6 months.
If you are interested in receiving any of these vaccines please make an appointment today.
Participants should bring a copy of their immunization records.
This program is being funded through the N.J. Department of Health & Senior Services & The American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
For more information, and an appointment please call The Health Awareness Regional Program of Hackensack University Medical Center at 201-996-2038.
PROMOTING A HEALTHIER COMMUNITY
The Fairview Child Health Clinic provides infants, and children who are uninsured or underinsured with high quality, FREE well-child care. The Child Health Clinic provides a variety of child health services including: physical examinations, immunizations and screenings for vision, hearing, and lead levels as well as consultations about growth and development. Immunizations are provided for school age children as well.
The Child Health Clinic is held at The Fairview Health Department, 53 Grant Street on the second Thursday of the month from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. To make an appointment for the Child Health Clinic or to receive additional information, please call The Health Awareness Regional Program (HARP) of Hackensack University Medical Center at 201-996-2038.
Do You Know Your Blood Pressure?
The Fairview Health Department in conjunction with the Health Awareness Regional Program of Hackensack University Medical Center offers free adult health consultations. The health consultations focus on preventing & managing high blood pressure, managing stress, weight control, & life style changes. Visit to learn about community & health resources.
The adult health consultations are held Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 p. m. at the Fairview Health Department, 53 Grant Street. No appointment is needed.