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Agencies that are there for you!



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The PA Department of Aging's Caregiver Support Program

The Pennsylvania Department of Aging’s Caregiver Support Program helps to ease the stresses of grandparents raising grandchildren and other kinship families by focusing on the caregiver’s wellbeing. The program provides reimbursement for out-of-pocket costs associated with caregiving such as respite, caregiving-related services, and supplies. The program offers education, training, counseling, and more.

The program is administered by each local Area Agency on Aging (AAA). A caregiver is assigned a care manager who will come to their home, conduct a comprehensive assessment of the needs of the caregiver, provide support, and work with the caregiver to develop a
person-centered plan of care.

Visit our website at www/ for more information 

Public Assistance

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Pennsylvania residents can apply for a variety of programs offered by the PA Department of Human Services, including public assistance, food stamps, health care coverage, energy assistance and other social service programs 

The fast and easy way to access benefits - anytime and anywhere visit us at
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CHIP Keeps PA Kids Strong
There are a lot of reasons why kids or teens might not have health insurance —maybe their parents lost a job, don't have health insurance at work, or maybe other options just cost too much. Whatever the reason, if your child or teen is uninsured and ineligible for or enrolled in Medical Assistance, the Children's Health Insurance Program — or CHIP — may be able to help. Having high-quality, low-cost health insurance helps keep your kids strong — CHIP Strong!

To Learn About Chip, Apply for Coverage or Renew Coverage, visit our website at


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SeniorLAW Center is an independent 501(c)(3) legal services agency founded in 1978 as Senior Citizen Judicare Project by members of the Philadelphia Bar Association.  Our original focus was to protect the legal rights and interests of Philadelphia’s needy, elderly residents through a volunteer-driven program.  We now have an array of programs and services, a diverse staff of lawyers and advocates, and have expanded our outreach and services to communities throughout Pennsylvania.

Through the efforts of its dedicated and experienced legal staff and volunteers from Pennsylvania’s legal community, SeniorLAW Center today serves approximately 10,000 older Pennsylvanians each year, including victims of elder abuse and financial exploitation, elders facing housing crises and homelessness, and grandparents raising grandchildren.

For more information visit our website at
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