Why Choose Enable


Enable’s services are available to you through private pay, Medicaid and Medicare, private insurance, grant subsidized care and other forms of payment. Our Admissions Coordinator can let you know if you or your loved one is eligible, as well as assist in finding information about benefits, insurance, funding, eligibility and waivers. Our team will respond within 48 hours, or sooner for urgent situations.  

Each applicant is screened to determine eligibility. We may request a copy of your Plan of Support (ISP or IEP), Psychological and/or Psychiatric Exam, Physical Exam including immunizations, proof of insurance and income verification. Visits and tours are available upon request.


Nondiscrimination Policy  


Enable practices nondiscrimination in services. All activities related to referrals, admissions, placement of individuals, and provision of services are conducted without regard to race, color, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, gender, and sexual preferences.  


Licenses and Affiliations  


New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities
New Jersey Department of Children and Families
US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Mercer County, New Jersey
City of Trenton, New Jersey


For more information about Enable
Call our Admissions Coordinator today at 609-987-5003 or email admissions@enablenj.org.  


Louis' Story


When Louis’ aging parents moved to assisted living, they worried about who would care for their son, who has a developmental disability. Enable stepped in, partnering with the Eatontown Borough Council and the Affordable Housing Alliance to transform Louis’ family home into a group home.

With Enable’s help, Louis’ home was modified to include accessibility features including a lift and ramps in front and back, along with a whole house generator to ensure safety and power in case of an emergency. Some of Enable’s many volunteers helped with painting bedrooms and cleaning up the yard.

When the renovation was complete, Mayor Gerald Tarantolo welcomed Louis back to his home, describing him as a “fixture” in the borough. Louis now lives there with his new family: three male roommates. Enable continues to provide 24/7 care and support.