The City of Plainfield and Healthy Plainfield are teaming up to launch Aunt Bertha, an online social service search engine that connects people to Union County resources such as medical care, food, job training and other free or reduced-cost programs by simply entering their zip code.
On Friday, June 22, a demonstration will given by Adrian Adiogo of the New Jersey Healthcare Quality Institute to show how the tool can be used to track referrals and assist agencies to create their agency profile. The demonstration will be at the Plainfield Public Library from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. Local agencies and faith-based organizations and service providers are invited to attend to learn about the platform’s features including tracking outcomes, eligibility screening, team sharing and analytic tools.
Residents will be able to utilize the Aunt Bertha tool through the Union Connects site at https://unionconnects.auntbertha.com and by entering their zip code to search for information on basic needs and programs.
RSVP for this program by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional information, please contact healthy Plainfield at (908)274-1802