Hunterdon Developmental Center
Hunterdon Developmental Center (HDC), located on 102 acres in Clinton, Hunterdon County, opened in 1969. HDC provides a wide spectrum of behavioral, medical and habilitation services and supports.
As of December 31, 2011, HDC had a census of 524 residents, and the average age was 50.
HDC’s stated mission is to provide opportunities for its residents to live full and satisfying lives. Residents live either in one of 17 different buildings (referred to as cottages) or in one of three units in the Health Services Residence. Other buildings on-site provide ample space for educational and recreational activities, including swimming in the gymnasium’s indoor pool. An Adaptive Learning Center also provides opportunities for continuing education in pre-vocational and vocational skills, fine arts, creative dramatics, and a greenhouse program. Along with continuing education, the Adaptive Learning Center also provides residents with the opportunity to work from their home through the use of a Work Activity Center (WAC). To visit the WAC webpage, click here.
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Contact InformationHunterdon Developmental Center
P. O. Box 4003
40 Pittstown Road
Clinton, NJ 08809-4003