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Pennsylvania Department of Aging (PDA)

www.aging.pa.gov

(717) 783-1550

Provides a listing of aging services such as caregiver support, employment, health & wellness, help at home, housing, insurance, meals, prescriptions, protections and rights, and transportation.

Main Line Senior Care Alliance

www.mainlinesca.org

610-658-5100

Elder Care services including: Nursing/Memory/Personal/Restorative/Respite Care, Short-Term Rehabilitation, Independent Living, and more.

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services

dhs.state.pa.us

1-877-4-PA-KIDS

Social services including child care

Pennsylvania’s Promise for Children

papromiseforchildren.com

(717) 213-2074

Child care advocacy and resource

Mom’s House

www.momshouse.org

814-535-4848

Mom’s House provides safe, secure, and totally free childcare to low-income single parents wishing to continue their education.

LeadingAge PA

www.leadingagepa.org

800.545.2270

As the state’s largest association of not-for-profit private, fraternal, and religious providers of senior residential and health-related services, LeadingAge PA offers a number of resources to help seniors navigate through what can be a complex decision-making process.

Philadelphia Corporation for Aging

www.pcacares.org

215-765-9000

Information & referral, advocacy, home services, nutrition, protective services, and senior centers for aging adults.

CareLink Community Support Services

www.carelinkservices.org

610-874-1119

Our rehabilitation services and professional staff provide the supports that people with serious mental illness, physical disabilities and other developmental challenges need to be active, productive members of their communities.

Camphill Special School

www.camphillspecialschool.org

610.469.9236

Camphill Special School’s mission is to create wholeness for children and youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities through education and therapy in extended family living so that they may be better understood and their disabilities moderated, that they may more fully unfold their potential, and that they more fully and meaningfully participate in life

Mom’s House

www.momshouse.org

(814) 535-4848

Free childcare and support for solo moms who are attending school

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