House of John (formerly known as ALPS)

The House of John is day habilitation for adults with developmental disabilities who have reached the age of 21 and have completed their educational entitlement.  The House of John also features staff specifically trained to work with clients experiencing high level medical needs. 

What Makes Us Unique?

A number of things make us unique.  Situated on a beautiful and secure campus for 50 years, our adult day programs are “hidden gems” in South Jersey where families know that their loved ones will be happy, safe and engaged in a warm and caring atmosphere. We greet you with a smile, know you by name and support clients as they work toward their goals.  We maintain a cozy, inviting environment and clients enjoy the use of many amenities located right here on our campus, including a gymnasium, library, playground, picnic tables, garden boxes, exercise equipment and learning applications on ipads and SMART Boards.  Clients regularly participate in community activities of their liking, visiting places such as restaurants, malls, bowling alleys and parks.

Location and Hours of Operation

The House of John is located at 1145 Delsea Drive in Westville Grove (Gloucester County) and run year-round, Monday-Friday, from 9am to 2pm. 

Service Area

We currently serve people in Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties who are able to utilize our pre-established routes.

Our Commitment to the Americans with Disabilities Act­

It is the policy of St. John of God Community Services to ensure that no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise subjected to discrimination under any of our programs or activities.

NOTE WELL: Service animals and portable oxygen devices are permitted for customers with disabilities. This policy extends throughout all programs and transportation services offered by St. John of God Community Services.

St. John of God Community Services hereby gives public notice that it is the policy of the ALPS Program and related activities, as well as program participant transportation, to assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and related statutes and regulations.

St. John of God Community Services encourages ANY person who believes they have been subject to unlawful discriminatory practices under Title VI file a formal complaint, as is their right. Any such complaints may be filed in person, by completing the online form, or in writing by printing the Complaint Form and mailing to:

St. John of God Community Services

c/o Director of Quality Assurance

1145 Delsea Drive

Westville Grove, NJ 08093

If you require assistance or an accommodation accessing any St. John of God Community Services, please call (856) 848-4700 ext.1112 or send an e-mail to .