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Accelerated Support Services for Older Adults

Accelerated Support Services for Older Adults is located in the Hill House Senior Services Center, and provides case management and support services for formerly incarcerated individuals that 60 years and older. The program offers assistance obtaining housing, food, and clothing, job readiness, counseling, and in-home services, and support at hearings.

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2038 Bedford Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
(412) 392-4450 contactus@hillhouse.org

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Renewal, Inc.

Renewal, Inc. delivers comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Renewal offers detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatment services as part of their commitment to supporting the whole individual on their path to reentering society. Renewal also provides case management, life skills training, group treatment programs, workforce development, family support, and community service opportunities.

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601 Grant St, 5th Floor
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 15219
(412) 690-2445 info@renewalinc.com

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The Program for Offenders, Inc.

The Program for Offenders, Inc. provides services to individuals with histories of incarceration to assist them in achieving a fresh start in society and give their children opportunities to achieve. Services include in-patient and out-patient drug rehabilitation, residential services for male and female returning citizens, case management services, and employment services to help individuals assimilate into society as permanent, successful citizens and family members.

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The Family Counseling Center of Armstrong County

The Family Counseling Center provides mental health and intellectual disabilities services to individuals and families in Armstrong County. The Center offers family-based mental health services, medication management, therapy, partial hospitalization services, peer support, psychiatric rehabilitation programs, and case management services. The Center accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and private health insurance plans. Please note that there are multiple locations in Armstrong County.

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300 S. Jefferson St.
Kittanning, PA 16201
(724) 543-2941

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New Person Ministries

Participants are required to attend daily Bible studies and weekly church events.

New Person Ministries offers men who are returning from incarceration with transitional housing and case management in order to assist with social services, parole, and housing.

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PO Box 223
Reading, PA 19607
(610) 777-2222 newpersonministries@gmail.com

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Opportunity House

Opportunity House provides emergency shelter and services that include counseling, resume writing, job interviewing skills, mental health and drug and alcohol treatment services, transportation to and from medical appointments when needed, money management supports, and case management services. Opportunity House also provides transition housing for individuals who were engaged in shelter services.

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430 North 2nd St
Reading, PA 19601
(610) 374-4696 info@opphouse.org

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Treatment Access and Services Center, Inc. of Berks County

Treatment Access and Services Center, Inc. of Berks County (TASC) is a non-profit organization that offers intake, evaluation, and referral services for individuals in Berks County who are in need of drug and/or alcohol treatment services. TASC also provides case management services for individuals with chemical dependence or mental health conditions.

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Blair Senior Services

Blair Senior Services is a non-profit corporation that aims to meet the needs of older adults in Blair County. This includes: case management, transportation, daily meals, educational and recreational activities at four different senior centers, abuse and abandonment protective services, and legal advocacy (Power of Attorney and guardianship services, wills and, long-term care complaints).

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1320 12th Ave
Altoona, PA 16601
(814) 946-1235

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CenClear - Blair County

CenClear provides mental health, psychiatric, and drug and alcohol recovery services through case management, group and individual therapy, behavioral health clinics, and medication assisted treatment for those battling addiction. The main location is in Clearfield County, and they have sites in Blair, Jefferson, Clarion, Centre, and Elk Counties.

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601 Wilson Ave
Roaring Spring, PA 16673
(814) 342-5678

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Northwest Human Services (NHS)

With a rich tradition spanning almost 50 years, NHS is at the forefront of providing care and services to people with special needs. Today NHS, through its subsidiaries, is a leading provider of community-based, non-profit education and human services. NHS has developed a unique continuum of care providing services in the areas of mental health, addictive diseases, education, foster care and permanency, autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and many more specialized programs. Among their services, NHS provides outpatient mental health treatment; psychiatric/socialization rehabilitation; case management/recovery coaching; short- and long-term behavioral health treatment programs; outpatient treatment for substance use disorders; comprehensive clinical, evidence-based practices; and therapeutic programs.

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Bucks County Department of Mental Health

Bucks County Department of Mental Health provide services throughout the county. Services include: crisis services, outpatient therapy, case management, and resource coordination. Housing services, psychiatric rehabilitation, and vocational and employment services are also available.

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600 Louis Dr Suite 101
Warminster, PA 18974
(215) 444-2800

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Behavioral Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention Program

The Cambria County Behavioral Health/Intellectual Disabilities Programs' mission is to view a new horizon of hope and recovery, empowering every individual to direct their treatment and rehabilitation in a manner that is responsive to their individual needs and values and which promotes a satisfying and sustainable lifestyle. Services provided include: case management; socialization recreation; respite care; adult day center; life skills training; vocational training and employment assistance; and residential living arrangements for adults who are interested in developing independent lifestyles. A satellite office is located at 401 Candlelight Drive, Suite 150, Ebensburg, PA 15931. The phone number is (814) 472-4400. There is also a crisis intervention hotline 24/7, 365 days/year at 1-877-268-9463.

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Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services, Inc.

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services, Inc. (ADAS) offers a range of substance use services. ADAS offers outpatient, intensive outpatient, intervention, case management, prevention, and inpatient services. ADAS accepts Blue Cross, Medical Assistance, Medicare, Community Care Behavioral Health, and other major insurance companies. If an individual does not have insurance, costs are based on a sliding scale. Please note that ADAS offers outpatient services at multiple locations, but inpatient services are only offered at one location in McKean County.

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12 Church St, Ste. 100
Port Allegany, PA 16743
(814) 642-9541

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Northern Tier Community Action Corporation

Individuals seeking food services must present a photo ID and proof of residence. Individuals seeking rental assistance must file an application; requirements vary depending on the level of assistance requested.

Northern Tier Community Action Corporation provides services to low-income individuals. Services include assistance with accessing public benefits (including SNAP, medical assistance, LIHEAP), housing assistance (including payment of rent and utilities), case management services, food assistance, and referrals.

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135 W. 4th St.
Emporium, PA 15834
(814) 486-1161

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Carbon County Area Agency on Aging

The Carbon County Area Agency on Aging helps individuals who are 60+ remain active in their communities by providing case management, transportation, volunteer opportunities, legal assistance, public benefit counseling, assistance with public benefit applications, access to senior centers and recreational activities, and in-home services.

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CenClear - Centre County

CenClear provides mental health, psychiatric, and drug and alcohol recovery services through case management, group and individual therapy, behavioral health clinics, and medication assisted treatment for those battling addiction. The Centre County sites are located in Philipsburg and Matilda.

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1633 Philipsburg Bigler Hwy
Philipsburg, PA 16866
(814) 342-5845

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Centre County Office of Aging

The Centre County Office of Aging provides services for seniors at six locations throughout the county. The services include: health insurance counseling for Medicare recipients, home delivered meals, investigations of abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment of older adults, long-term care services, nursing home transition services, and casework services. The Office also provides funding to outside organizations for personal care services, transportation, adult day services, and legal assistance for those who qualify.

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Centre Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM)

Please bring the following documents with you to your eligibility appointment: *Proof of your address (i.e. a current electric or telephone bill) *Photo ID (Driver’s license, passport, other government issued ID) *W – 2 Form for the most recent tax year. *Copy of the last year’s tax return or Letter of Extension. *Proof of household gross income for ALL household members for the recent month (i.e. pay stubs, bank statements, proof of income due to disability, unemployment, child support, etc.)

Centre Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) serves and advocates for the medically underserved living or working in Centre County. CVIM provides medical and dental care, case management and necessary medications at no cost to qualified uninsured and under-insured residents of Centre County and those working in Centre County who live in neighboring counties that do not have free clinics or programs to meet their medical needs. To qualify for care with us: *You must be living or working in Centre County for at least 7 days. *You must NOT have insurance for the services for which you are applying (This includes Adult Basic, Access Card/Medicaid, Medicare, Veterans Benefits). *You must meet income guidelines. Residents must have a household income at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level.

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2520 Green Tech Drive, Suite D
State College, PA 16803
(814) 231-4043 info@cvim.net

Monday-Thursday; 8:00 am - 4:30 pm; Friday; 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.

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Oxford Area Neighborhood Services Center

The Oxford Area Neighborhood Services Center offers a variety of services to residents of southwestern Chester County. Services include an emergency food pantry (which includes household items like personal care items, cleaning supplies, and paper products), case management services, assistance with payment of utilities, rent, or health care expenses, and more. Please call to find out more about the individual requirements for each program.

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35 N. 3rd St.
Oxford, PA 19363
(610) 932-8557 nsc35@zoominternet.net

Monday-Thursday; 8:30am-4:30pm. Friday: 8:30am-12:00pm.

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CenClear - Clarion County

CenClear provides mental health, psychiatric, and drug and alcohol recovery services through case management, group and individual therapy, behavioral health clinics, and medication assisted treatment for those battling addiction. The main location is in Clearfield County, and they have sites in Blair, Jefferson, Clarion, Centre, and Elk Counties.

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44 South 7th Ave
Clarion, PA 16214
(814) 226-4171

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Clarion Area Agency on Aging

Clarion Area Agency on Aging offers a wide range of programs and cooperates with many community agencies to provide a comprehensive network of services. The Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program provides eligible participants with $20 worth of vouchers to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at farmer’s markets. Additional programs include individual case management; transportation; prime time health classes; community education; home cooked meals; legal assistance; and in-home supportive care and services. The Agency has four Senior Centers located throughout Clarion County. The centers offer lunch, and a variety of recreational, social and educational opportunities. Participants enjoy programs, trips and entertainment along with varied evening activities. To find out the specific locations of the Senior Centers, please call the main number or check them out on the website!

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CenClear - Clearfield County

CenClear provides mental health, psychiatric, and drug and alcohol recovery services through case management, group and individual therapy, behavioral health clinics, and medication assisted treatment for those battling addiction. The three locations in Clearfield County are in Clearfield, Dubois, and Coalport.

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60 Industrial Park Rd
Clearfield, PA 16830
(814) 765-1149

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Lycoming-Clinton Counties for Community Action (STEP) Office of Aging

Participants are required to be over the age of 60.

The Lycoming-Clinton Counties for Community Action (STEP) Office of Aging provides assistance to older adults in Lycoming and Clinton Counties. STEP assists older adults with accessing home-delivered meals, senior centers, transportation services, health screenings and education, in-home services, health insurance counseling, legal services, case management services, assistance with transferring to or from a personal care facility, and more. Please note that there is a STEP office in both Lycoming and Clinton counties.

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2138 Lincoln St.
Williamsport, PA 17701
(570) 326-0587

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Columbia Montour Snyder Union (CMSU) Service System

The Columbia Montour Snyder Union (CMSU) Service System provides a variety of mental health services, substance use services, and services for individuals with intellectual disabilities to individuals in Columbia, Montour, Snyder, and Union Counties. Services include inpatient and outpatient substance use services, employment support for individuals with developmental disabilities, partial hospitalization, vocational support for individuals with mental health conditions, crisis services, case management services, and more. Please note that there are multiple offices and each county has at least one office.

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5 Terrace Lane
Danville, PA 17821
(570) 275-5422

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Tri-County Community Action

Acceptance in programs is available to those at or below 125% of the federal poverty level. Proof of income must be made with copies of all pay slips, social security payments, child support payments, and any other income source from the thirty day period before application. If an applicant has not made any income in the last thirty days, they can sign a statement saying so.

Tri-County Community Action provides vocational, life skills, and counseling assistance to low-income individuals. A career training program provides vocational training in welding, manufacturing, and other trades, and completion provides a certificate in job readiness. Completion of vocational training will be supplemented by job search assistance with a case manager. Case managers and clients can work together for up to five years or until clients have achieved self-sufficiency. Case managers also lead group life skills classes and employment development workshops (including resume writing, interviewing, and job searches). The Housing & Credit Counseling program provides housing counselors and classes assisting in home buying, credit counseling, financial fitness, and lending basics. Walk-ins are accepted, but calling ahead is preferred. Tri County Community Action has Cumberland County offices in Shippensburg and Enola, and offices in Dauphin and Perry Counties.

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Alder Health Services

Alder Health Services offers LGBT-Friendly health services in the Harrisburg area. Alder Health Services provides primary care services, behavioral health supports for individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, gender identity, affect and infected by HIV/AIDS, general or major life adjustments, trauma, sexuality, etc. Alder Health Services also offers STD/HIV testing and case management and support.

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100 North Cameron St
Harrisburg, PA 17101
(717) 233-7190

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CenClear - Elk County

CenClear provides mental health, psychiatric, and drug and alcohol recovery services through case management, group and individual therapy, behavioral health clinics, and medication assisted treatment for those battling addiction. They have locations in Clearfield, Jefferson, Clarion, Centre, and Elk counties.

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427 North Atherton St
St. Marys, PA 15857
(814) 834-9283

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Dickinson Center, Inc.

Participants are required to have a mental health condition or intellectual disability to receive services. Individual requirements vary depending on the program.

Dickinson Center, Inc. provides services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or behavioral health conditions. Behavioral health services include case management services, employment support (including resume assistance and job placement), a C.O.P.E. drop-in center (which includes socialization and recreation services for individuals who are currently receiving or previously received mental health services), and outpatient and inpatient programs. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities services include adult day services, employment assistance, life skills training, and more. Please note Dickinson Center has multiple offices in Elk County.

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43 Servidea Dr.
Ridgway, PA 15853
(877) 364-2178

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Northern Tier Community Action Corporation

Individuals seeking food services must present a photo ID and proof of residence. Individuals seeking rental assistance must file an application; requirements vary depending on the level of assistance requested.

Northern Tier Community Action Corporation provides services to low-income individuals. Services include assistance with accessing public benefits (including SNAP, medical assistance, LIHEAP), housing assistance (including payment of rent and utilities), case management services, food assistance, and referrals. Please note that individuals in Elk County will have to travel to Cameron County to receive housing assistance, but there are multiple food banks available in Elk County.

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135 W. 4th St.
Emporium, PA 15834
(814) 486-1161

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Safe Harbor Behavioral Health

Safe Harbor Behavioral Health provides outpatient treatment for adults who have substance use disorders, as well as who have any behavioral health needs, serious mental illness, or trauma and abuse history. Safe Harbor also provides blended case-management in order to support individuals with mental health needs coordinate community-based psychiatric, medical, and social services. Additionally, Safe Harbor provides individual counseling services.

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1330 West 26th St
Erie, PA 16508
(814) 459-9300

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St. Martin Center

The St. Martin Center is a social service organization that assists families and individuals with immediate need and long-term services. The immediate assistance includes: food through an in-house food pantry; vouchers for clothing items; assistance with rent, mortgage, and utilities; assistance with life-sustaining prescriptions; transportation assistance for out-of-town medical appointments; a bus token for employment purposes; and referrals to other St. Martin programs or to local agencies. Please note that some of the immediate services can only be utilized once a year. The long-term services include: credit and budget counseling and home buying counseling. The St. Martin Center also provides mens clothing for interviews and jobs of all professions on a referral basis.

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1701 Parade St
Erie, PA 16503
(814) 452-6113

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Experience Inc.

Participants are required to be over the age of 60.

Experience Inc. (Area Agency on Aging of Warren and Forest Counties) assists older adults with accessing a wide range of programs and services. Experience Inc. facilitates access to meal delivery services, personal care and home support, housing assistance, case management services, senior centers, transportation, educational classes, counseling and support groups, social activities, and more. Services are offered at multiple locations.

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Center for Community Action

Center for Community Action coordinates, partners, and provides services and resources to promote self-sufficiency in our service area. Among its programs are the following: The Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) which offers rental assistance, security deposits, and/or utility deposits; The Employment, Advancement and Retention Network (EARN) program which provides case management, education (particularly for individuals with limited English proficiency), skills training, work activities, job placement and retention activities; LIHEAP Furnace Repair; Weatherization; Housing Rehabilitation; and Home Repairs.

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Huntingdon Worship & Service Center - Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. The progam's message is based on the Bible and every program is rooted in service. Among its principle ministry services, the Huntingdon Worship & Service Center offers rental assistance, food boxes, volunteer opportunities, and case management services that can meet the individual needs of the client.

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2514 Shadyside Ave
Huntingdon, PA 16652
(814) 643-1430

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Northwest Human Services (NHS)

NHS offers site/clinic-based mental health services; community-based mental health services; case management; counseling; assessment and diagnosis; medication management; crisis intervention; short and long-term mental health residential treatment programs; inpatient and outpatient drug treatment programs; eldercare; supported employment assistance; and a variety of behavioral and physical healthcare needs such as, Methadone and SUBOXONE, HIV testing and drug screening, annual TB testing, as well as Hepatitis B & C screening upon request.

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CenClear - Jefferson County

CenClear provides mental health, psychiatric, and drug and alcohol recovery services through case management, group and individual therapy, behavioral health clinics, and medication assisted treatment for those battling addiction. Their Jefferson County locations are in Punxsutawney and Brookeville.

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117 Elk Run Ave
Punxsutawney, PA 15767
(814) 938-6340

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Northwest Human Services (NHS)

NHS offers site/clinic-based mental health services; community-based mental health services; case management; counseling; assessment and diagnosis; medication management; crisis intervention; short and long-term mental health residential treatment programs; inpatient and outpatient drug treatment programs; eldercare; supported employment assistance; and a variety of behavioral and physical healthcare needs such as, Methadone and SUBOXONE, HIV testing and drug screening, annual TB testing, as well as Hepatitis B & C screening upon request. In addition, NHS runs a number of community-based and residential service programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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25 East Park Avenue
Dubois, PA 15801
(814) 371-3763

Monday-Friday; 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.

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Scranton Counseling Center (SCC)

The Scranton Counseling Center (SCC) provides a range of services for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health conditions. Services include mental health diagnosis and treatment services, case management services (including resource coordination), counseling and services for individuals with intellectual disabilities, emergency and crisis services, partial hospitalization programming, and more. If an individual does not have health insurance or is unable to pay, SCC offers a sliding scale fee program.

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New Person Ministries

Participants are required to attend daily Bible studies and weekly church events.

New Person Ministries offers men who are returning from incarceration with transitional housing and case management in order to assist with social services, parole, and housing.

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PO Box 223
Reading, PA 19607
(610) 777-2222 newpersonministries@gmail.com

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Re-Entry Management Organization

A collaborative group of over 50 organizations, the Lancaster County Re-Entry Management Organization (RMO) provides a way for the many groups that work with returning citizens in Lancaster County to leverage their resources in a way that provides community alternatives to incarceration. This organization does not directly provide services, but can help one identify resources in the following areas: drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment, foundation skills assessment; emergency/transitional housing, case management, and legal advocacy.

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313 West Liberty Street, Suite 114
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
(717) 735-0333

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Spanish American Civic Association (SACA)

The Spanish American Civic Association (SACA) offers extensive drug and alcohol services (both inpatient and outpatient), counseling services, HIV/AIDS services. At the Tec Centro, individuals are provided with services to remove any barriers that may inhibit career advancement by offering adults education completion, job readiness workshops, employment services, case management, bilingual training, and multiple career pathways. Among these career pathways are: CNA medical receptionist, medical billing, dental assisting, business and hospitality, construction, manufacturing, and general office (clerical). SACA also has a senior center which offers meals, various activities, and case management services (including housing placement and medical management) to individuals over 60. Please note that services are offered in multiple locations.

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453 South Lime St
Lancaster, PA 17602
(717) 397-6267 info@sacapa.org

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Transitional Living Center (TLC)

TLC, a program of Tabor Community Services, helps individuals, couples and families experiencing homelessness to achieve their housing stability and self-sufficiency goals. The TLC program receives referrals from the Lancaster County Re-entry Management Organization (RMO) to help find returning citizens housing. TLC provides short-term, interim housing and case management for singles and couples.

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105 E. King Street
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602
(717) 397-0156

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Lebanon County Community Action Partnership

Lebanon County Community Action Partnership provides an array of services to Lebanon County residents through a variety of programs. Services include child care assistance, transportation, case management, rental assistance, shelter assistance, bridge and transitional housing, shelter housing, information and referral, job readiness, and life skills education.

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South Central Employment Corporation (SEC)

The South Central Employment Corporation (SEC) provides employment and education services to youth and adults. Eligibility for services depends on an individual's income and work-status; please call for further information. SEC offers objective assessments, case management services, basic skills instruction, GED preparation, job readiness/job search training, classroom skills training, on the job training, job development, job placement and retention/follow-up services.

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Lehigh County Office Of Aging and Adult Services

Lehigh County Office Of Aging and Adult Services provides a variety of services to older adults in Lehigh County. The Office of Aging and Adult Services connects individuals to home delivered meals, assessment and care management, nursing home transition, case management services, senior centers (which provide meals, social activities, computer classes, and more), housing services, adult day centers, public health insurance counseling, personal care services, transportation services, and more.

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Victory House of Lehigh Valley

Victory House aims to provide shelter services and supportive services to men and veterans who are homeless or reentering society. Victory House offers three meals daily, emergency shelter and transitional housing, case management and counseling, addiction prevention assistance, access to a health center, employment assistance, housing placement assistance, life skills education, community giveback participation, and aftercare.

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314 Fillmore St
Bethlehem, PA 18015
(610) 691-3373

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Luzerne-Wyoming Counties - Mental Health and Developmental Services

Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services offers services for individuals with mental health conditions and intellectual disabilities. Mental health services include administrative management, case management services, employment services, crisis and emergency services, inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and therapy services, family-based services, and transportation services. Developmental services include counseling, housing assistance, education support services, nursing services, supported employment, and transportations services. Please note that services are offered at multiple locations in both Luzerne and Wyoming counties and an individual may have to travel to Wyoming County receive services. Please call for more information.

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111 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Ste. 200
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701
(570) 825-9441

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Firetree, Ltd.

Firetree, Ltd. is a non-profit organization that provides drug and alcohol treatment and criminal justice programs to returning citizens. The inpatient rehabilitation plan includes: daily community meetings, goal setting groups, positive affirmations, peer review, various clinical groups to address addiction, and life skills assessments and classes. The outpatient services at Genesis House provides substance abuse assessments and treatments. The reentry programming includes: case management, community-based support services (AA/NA meetings, mental health, vocational and educational, legal, and religious), recreational programming, and life skills curriculum that covers employment preparation, job placement assistance, basic computer skills, practical money skills, and household management.

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800 West 4th St
Williamsport, PA 17701
(570) 601-0877

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Lycoming-Clinton Counties for Community Action (STEP) Office of Aging

Participants are required to be over the age of 60.

The Lycoming-Clinton Counties for Community Action (STEP) Office of Aging provides assistance to older adults in Lycoming and Clinton Counties. STEP assists older adults with accessing home-delivered meals, senior centers, transportation services, health screenings and education, in-home services, health insurance counseling, legal services, case management services, assistance with transferring to or from a personal care facility, and more. Please note that there is a STEP office in both Lycoming and Clinton counties.

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2138 Lincoln St.
Williamsport, PA 17701
(570) 326-0587

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Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services

The Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services provides a wide range of services for individuals with mental health conditions and/or developmental disabilities. The organization offers case management, crisis and emergency care, inpatient care, partial hospitalization, outpatient services, assistance with accessing housing, and life skills training to individuals with mental health conditions. The organization will also link individuals with developmental disabilities with service providers across multiple counties. Please note that Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services has an office in each county.

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Columbia Montour Snyder Union (CMSU) Service System

The Columbia Montour Snyder Union (CMSU) Service System provides a variety of mental health services, substance use services, and services for individuals with intellectual disabilities to individuals in Columbia, Montour, Snyder, and Union Counties. Services include inpatient and outpatient substance use services, employment support for individuals with developmental disabilities, partial hospitalization, vocational support for individuals with mental health conditions, crisis services, case management services, and more. Please note that there are multiple offices and each county has at least one office.

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5 Terrace Lane
Danville, PA 17821
(570) 275-5422

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Northumberland County Behavioral Health and Intellectual Development Services

The Northumberland County Behavioral Health and Intellectual Development Program provides case management services for individuals diagnosed with mental health challenges, and those with drug and alcohol concerns.

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217 N. Center S
Sunbury, PA 17801
(570) 495-2040

Monday: 9:00am-5:00pm; Tuesday-Friday: 9:00am-4:30pm

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Action Wellness

Action Wellness is a Philadelphia-based organization committed to helping people living with chronic diseases. Its services include: Chronic illness Treatment & Prevention; Free Rapid Health Screenings (Includes HIV Testing); Medical Case Management; Perinatal & Family Services; Primary Medical Care; Supportive Housing Services; Mental & Behavioral Health; Volunteer Services; Educational and Vocational Assistance.

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1216 Arch Street, 6th Floor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
(215) 981-0088

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Bebashi

Bebashi provides a continuum of care (free of charge) involving culturally sensitive and competent community education, HIV, STI, and pregnancy counseling and testing services, and medical case management (for HIV+ individuals). Bebashi also provides breast cancer exams, support and transport assistance. Additionally, to assist those living with HIV and their families to have the proper nutrition necessary to maintain their health, the hunger relief program was established to provide food supplies to these consumers and the general public living below the federal poverty guidelines.

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1235 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123
(215) 769-3561

 Monday-Wednesday, Friday; 9:00am-5:00pm. Thursday' 9:00am-8:00pm. 

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Bethesda Project

Bethesda Project operates 13 sites throughout Center City Philadelphia for individual adults experiencing homelessness. These sites range from emergency shelter to safe haven provisions to supportive housing to independent living spaces. Each guest and resident completes an Individualized Care Plan with a case manager, with the overall goal of obtaining stable housing and increasing independence.

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1630 South Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
(215) 985-1600 info@bethesdaproject.org

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Goldring Reentry Initiative (GRI)

The Goldring Reentry Initiative (GRI) was established The University of Pennsylvania's school of Social Policy and Practice in 2011 to address the growing epidemic of mass incarceration and the many barriers individuals incarcerated in the Philadelphia Prison System face upon release. GRI offers person-centered and holistic case management to individuals roughly three months pre and three months post release to help with the transition from prison and reduce recidivism rates.

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Help USA: Philadelphia

HELP runs homelessness prevention programs, manages emergency and transitional shelters, and builds and operates affordable permanent rental apartments. HELP also runs service programs that focus on employment, health, and wellness in an effort to solve the problems that cause and perpetuate housing instability. Such programs include security guard training school, culinary training, and counseling and case management.

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115 E 13th Street
New York, New York 10003
(212) 400-7000 Info@HELPUSA.org

 Please call ahead to find out about hours of operation. Applications for housing can be found on their website. 

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The Center for Returning Citizens

This organization works to develop life plans and create pathways to success for clients. Programs include case management, educational workshops, individual and group counseling, and a peer support network. TCRC also helps individuals obtain health insurance and is the parent organization of the 2nd Chance Project, which provides transitional housing for returning citizens. This organization has two office locations, so please be sure to call ahead to find out which location is most convenient.

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The Indochinese American Council

Resource works to empower disadvantaged, multiracial, minority Americans as well as newly-arrived refugees and immigrants from all parts of the world to achieve social, economic, and educational advancement and mobility. Works with adults with limited English-language and employment skills as well as those lacking educational credentials receive literacy education, English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction, civics and citizenship classes, access to and support in the use of technology, support in transitioning to postsecondary education or employment, life skills, and counseling and case management.

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Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Development Services

The Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services provides a wide range of services for individuals with mental health conditions and/or developmental disabilities. The organization offers case management, crisis and emergency care, inpatient care, partial hospitalization, outpatient services, assistance with accessing housing, and life skills training to individuals with mental health conditions. The organization will also link individuals with developmental disabilities with service providers across multiple counties. Please note that Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services has an office in each county.

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Potter County Human Services Drug and Alcohol Program

The Potter County Drug and Alcohol Program provides a variety of services, including drug and alcohol assessments; prevention education; assistance in accessing drug and alcohol or mental health counseling; and obtaining or coordinating medical treatment. The Case Management Specialist meets with clients Monday-Friday from 8AM-4:30PM. All clients receive a level of care assessment to determine which type of service is appropriate. The program determines funding eligibility prior to authorizing services.

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Columbia Montour Snyder Union (CMSU) Service System

The Columbia Montour Snyder Union (CMSU) Service System provides a variety of mental health services, substance use services, and services for individuals with intellectual disabilities to individuals in Columbia, Montour, Snyder, and Union Counties. Services include inpatient and outpatient substance use services, employment support for individuals with developmental disabilities, partial hospitalization, vocational support for individuals with mental health conditions, crisis services, case management services, and more. Please note that there are multiple offices and each county has at least one office.

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5 Terrace Lane
Danville, PA 17821
(570) 275-5422

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Trehab - A Community Action Agency

Trehab - A Community Action Agency provides a variety of services and programs to individuals across multiple counties in Pennsylvania. Services for Sullivan County residents include: case management, housing and utility assistance, weatherization services, a community food bank, and employment counseling, preparation, and training.

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210 Center St
Dushore, PA 18614
(570) 928-9668

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Trehab - A Community Action Agency

Trehab - A Community Action Agency provides a variety of services and programs to individuals across multiple counties in Pennsylvania. Services for Susquehanna County residents include weatherization, transportation, case management services, emergency food and housing programs, housing assistance, utility assistance, workforce development, and substance use treatment programs. Please note that these services are offered in multiple offices in Susquehanna County.

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36 Public Ave.
Montrose, PA 18801
(570) 278-3338

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Trehab - A Community Action Agency

Trehab - A Community Action Agency provides a variety of services and programs to individuals across multiple counties in Pennsylvania. Services for Tioga County residents include weatherization assistance, case management services, homeownership programs, utility assistance, and workforce development programs. Please note that these services are offered in two offices in Tioga County.

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36 Public Ave.
Montrose, PA 18801
(570) 278-3338

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Columbia Montour Snyder Union (CMSU) Service System

The Columbia Montour Snyder Union (CMSU) Service System provides a variety of mental health services, substance use services, and services for individuals with intellectual disabilities to individuals in Columbia, Montour, Snyder, and Union Counties. Services include inpatient and outpatient substance use services, employment support for individuals with developmental disabilities, partial hospitalization, vocational support for individuals with mental health conditions, crisis services, case management services, and more. Please note that there are multiple offices and each county has at least one office.

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5 Terrace Lane
Danville, PA 17821
(570) 275-5422

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Wayne County Area Agency on Aging

The Wayne County Area Agency on Aging helps individuals who are 60+ remain active in their communities by providing case management, transportation, volunteer opportunities, legal assistance, public benefit counseling, assistance with public benefit applications, access to senior centers and recreational activities in Honesdale, Hawley, and Hamlin, and in-home services.

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323 10th St
Honesdale, PA 18431
(570) 253-4262

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Luzerne-Wyoming Counties - Mental Health and Developmental Services

Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services offers services for individuals with mental health conditions and intellectual disabilities. Mental health services include administrative management, case management services, employment services, crisis and emergency services, inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and therapy services, family-based services, and transportation services. Developmental services include counseling, housing assistance, education support services, nursing services, supported employment, and transportations services. Please note that services are offered at multiple locations in both Luzerne and Wyoming counties and an individual may have to travel to Luzerne County receive services. Please call for more information.

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111 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Ste. 200
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701
(570) 825-9441

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Philadelphia FIGHT's 2016 Employment Resource Guide

Published by Philadelphia FIGHT's Institute for Community Justice, this resource guide was created specifically for those who have been or will be released to the Philadelphia area. This resource provides information on searching for a job, interviews and applications, job training programs, ban the box laws, staffing agencies, case management and reentry services, and more. Although this resource was designed specifically with Philadelphia in mind, much of it's information and advice is widely applicable across counties.

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Download (PDF)

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Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS): Homeless Assistance Program

Pennsylvania DHS's Homeless Assistance Program is a government program which assists individuals who are currently homeless or at risk of eviction. Services include case management, rental assistance, emergency shelter services, and more. Please visit the website to find your local office.

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