Project BEST is an initiative of the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services' Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired, which is operated by PRAHD throughout Middlesex, Union, and Hudson Counties. National research shows that more than half of all cases of blindness or severe vision loss could have been prevented. Project BEST aims to ensure that NJ residents have access to free vision services that will prevent or mitigate vision loss. Services are rendered through a mobile vision outreach worker who conducts vision screenings at various fixed locations, institutions, community-based organizations and schools. Project BEST makes an incredible impact on the eye health of the community. Thanks to this program, thousands have kept the precious gift of sight, facilitating success in all areas of life. For more information on free vision screenings, contact PRAHD today!