- Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) (800-692-7462)
- The Department of Human Services maintains several programs and resources for older adults and Pennsylvanians with disabilities, long-term care services and supports, including heating and food assistance and financial and housing help, among other services.
- The ADA will have a plethora of information related to disability laws, senior laws, up to date disability news and much more!
- Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
- APPRISE – Medicare Counseling (800-783-7067)
- This program connects older Pennsylvanians with trained counselors who can provide free consultations and answer questions related to Medicare and Medicare Supplemental Insurance, Medicaid and long-term care insurance.
- PACE Prescription Assistance Program (800-225-7223)
- The program helps older Pennsylvanians understand their options for accessing low-cost prescription medication.
Home- and Community-Based Resources
- The Pennsylvania Caregiver Support Program (CSP) (717-783-1550)
- The program supports caregivers in the state with information, training, counseling and financial reimbursement for certain out-of-pocket expenses related to their caregiving duties.
- Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) (800-753-8827)
- Pennsylvania’s ADRC program, known as The Link, connects older and disabled citizens with access to long-term care supports. Link partners work together to connect consumers with all available resources related to care, medication, nutrition, insurance, housing and transportation, and other services for them to continue to live as independently as possible.
- Liberty Resources
- Liberty Resources in a non-profit organization that specializes in advocacy and independence. They provide assistance to those with disabilities with equipment, training, advocacy and many more services.
- Phone: 215-634-2000
Specific Audience Resources
- Pennsylvania Office of Veterans Affairs (717-861-8910)
- The office offers services and information to veterans and their families, ensuring that they are able to access all of the health, financial and social services available to them.
- National Resource Center on LGBT Aging
- The resource center maintains a database of medical, financial and social-support services available to Pennsylvania’s older LGBTQ residents.
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