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1 The Butler County Link to Aging and Disability Resources is a collaborative effort among community agencies and the Office of Long Term Living to provide information about services and supports to individuals over the age of 60 and persons with disabilities. Butler County LINK Core Partners Butler County Three Rivers Center for Disabilities Options Area on Aging Independent Living Network LINK Collaborative Partners Butler County Community Action Center for Community Resources Office of Vocational Rehabilitation United Way of Butler County Butler County Human Services LIFE Butler County Senior Care Network Victim Outreach Intervention Center 1 P a g e

2 Resources for Older Pennsylvanians... 3 Resources for those with Physical Disabilities.. 6 Resources for those with Intellectual Disabilities 13 SUPPORTIVE RESOURCES Employment. 16 Drug & Alcohol Family Support Healthcare Housing Legal Mental Health. 44 Transportation Utility Veteran. 52 Victim Services. 53 GENERAL RESOURCES Children s.. 55 Clothing Food Relief. 61 Help Lines.. 67 HIV/AIDS P a g e

3 Older Pennsylvanians Program: Aging Waiver Eligibility: Age 60 and up, monthly gross income cannot exceed 300% of the Federal Benefit Rate and resources cannot exceed $2000, requires nursing facility level of care Benefits: Provides long term care services such as attendant care, companion services, home delivered meals, personal care and transportation services at home and in the community Services: Adult Daily Living services, Community Transition Services, Companion Services, Counseling, Environmental Modifications, Home Delivered Meals, Home Health Care Nursing Services, Occupation/Physical/Speech therapies, Home Support Services, Personal Assistance Services (PAS), Personal emergency Response System, Respite Services, Specialized Medical Equipment and Supplies, Transportation, TeleCare To Apply: Contact the Butler County Area Agency on Aging at Program: Family Caregiver Support Eligibility: Caregivers of older adults (60 years or better), care recipient must live with caregiver for State Family Caregiver Support Program, Care recipient may live alone for Federal Caregiver Support Program Benefits: Provides reimbursement for care-related costs such respite care, medical supplies, and medical equipment To Apply: Contact the Butler County Area Agency on Aging at Program: Living Independence for the Elderly Program (LIFE Butler County) Eligibility: Individuals age 60 and older who are eligible for nursing facility services. 3 P a g e

4 Benefits: LIFE offers comprehensive medical care, adult day health services and home care at no charge to qualified older adults. Based on an individual s needs, LIFE can provide: comprehensive medical management by an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals; an on-call nurse and physician available 24 hours a day; adult day services including recreational programs and socialization; personal care; home care; housekeeping and laundry; rehabilitation therapies; transportation to the LIFE center and medical appointments; medications and medication management; meals/assistance with meal preparation; equipment for safety in the home; and dentistry, optometry, and audiology. LIFE partners with families to provide support and assistance in caring for their older loved ones. LIFE Butler County is a partnership of Lutheran SeniorLife and Butler Health System. To Apply: Contact LIFE Butler County at Program: Nursing Home Transition Services Eligibility: Consumers living in skilled facilities, wanting to return back to the community, and needing assistance in overcoming barriers to independent living arrangements. Benefits: Transitional services such as locating housing, equipment, home modifications, and in-home supportive services. To Apply: Contact the Butler County Area Agency on Aging at Program: Option Services Eligibility: 60 years of age or better, do not meet Aging Waiver requirements, and/or do not meet the Nursing Facility Level of Care required by Aging Waiver. Benefits: Provides long term care services such as attendant care, companion 4 P a g e

5 services, home delivered meals, personal care and transportation services at home and in the community Services: Adult Daily Living services, Community Transition Services, Companion Services, Counseling, Environmental Modifications, Home Delivered Meals, Home Health Care Nursing Services, Occupation/Physical/Speech therapies, Home Support Services, Personal Assistance Services (PAS), Personal emergency Response System, Respite Services, Specialized Medical Equipment and Supplies, Transportation, TeleCare To Apply: Contact the Butler County Area Agency on Aging at Program: Community Centers Eligibility: 60 years of age or better. Benefits: Socialization, fresh food, education events, social events, health and wellness activities, and special events Services: Meals, Socialization, Education, To Apply: Visit the center closest to you. A list is available at Area Agency on Aging Special Link. Program: Transportation Eligibility: 60 years of age or better. Benefits: Free or limited-cost transportation Services: Transportation to shopping, centers, doctor appointments, medical testing and/or treatment, local and some Pittsburgh destination. Contact the Butler County Area Agency on Aging at P a g e

6 Person with Physical Disabilities Resources Program: Community Service Program for Persons with Physical Disabilities (CSPPPD) Eligibility: Varies by program Benefits: Provides home and community based services as an alternative to nursing homes through Medicaid Waivers (OBRA, COMMCare and Independence) Three Rivers Center for Independent Living (TRCIL) 1750 New Butler Road, Suite A New Castle, PA Vocal/TTY: Disability Options Network 101 S. Mercer St, Suite 102 New Castle, PA To Apply: Contact the enrollment agency Maximus at to apply Program: Homemaker Chore Program Eligibility: Butler County resident between 18 and 59, mental or physically disabling condition which will determine their need; a monthly family gross income below 250% of federal poverty guidelines Benefits: sweeping, dusting, vacuuming, meal prep for individual, laundry for individual, and cleaning of kitchen and bathroom Community Care Connections, Inc. To Apply: Call Program: Assistive Technology Resources Eligibility: Varies by Program Benefits: Provision of Assistive Technology Resources 6 P a g e

7 AbleData: The Alliance for Technology Access (ATA): Assistive Technology Product Videos: etechnology.shtml Axistive Assistive Technology News Portal: Convert Text to Large Print: Emp Tech: Empowering Access for all Through Technology The Center for Assistive Technology Forbes Tower, Ste Forbes Ave and Meyran Ave Pittsburgh, PA Home Modifications in PA National Assistive Technology: Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF): Pennsylvania s Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT): es/piat Sports and Manual Wheelchairs: Reused and Exchanged Equipment Partnership: ms/assistive/reep/ Program: Pennsylvania s Initiative on Assistive Technology Benefits: Access to and acquisition of assistive technology devices and services, which allow for choice, control and independence at home, work, school, play, and in their neighborhoods Three Rivers Center for Independent Living (TRCIL) 900 Rebecca Avenue Pittsburgh, PA To Apply: Call P a g e

8 Program: Hearing and Deaf Services Eligibility: deaf or hearing impaired Benefits: a wide range of services for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired Center for Hearing & Deaf Services, Inc Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA Phone: (412) (voice/tty) Fax: (412) Health Information for Persons Who Are Deaf/Blind, or Hard of Hearing To Apply: Please contact the agencies listed above. Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf 300 East Swissvale Avenue Pittsburgh, PA (800) V/TTY (866) VP Program: Vision Services Eligibility: Blind or visually impaired Benefits: Services for individuals who are blind or visually impaired The Blind Association of Butler and Armstrong 322 North Cedar Street Butler PA, (724) Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services 1800 West St Homestead, PA To Apply: Please contact the agencies listed above. OVR-Blindness and Visual Services 531 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA / TTY: / P a g e

9 Program: Service Dogs Eligibility: Varies by program Benefits: Provide trained service dogs and/or training programs Providers: 4 Paws for Ability 253 Dayton Ave Xenia, OH Guiding Eyes for the Blind 611 Granite Springs Rd Yorktown Heights, NY To Apply: Contact the agency directly; applications available on websites Program: Low Vision Works Benefits: A 7-8 week Home based occupational therapy program that involves visual training and environmental manipulation to increase visual ability. Eligibility: Diagnosis of Wet or Dry Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Glaucoma or Stroke-related vision loss Local Provider: Visiting Nurses Association To Apply: Call or visit Program: Attendant Care Act 150 Program Eligibility: Age 18 to 59, Mentally alert, have a medical impairment that will last at least 12 months and need assistance with activities of daily living such as eating, dressing or bathing Benefits: Provides support with activities of daily living such as eating, dressing or bathing Three Rivers Center for Independent Living (TRCIL) 1750 New Butler Road, Suite A New Castle, PA Disability Options Network 101 S. Mercer St, Suite 102 New Castle, PA P a g e

10 Vocal/TTY: Community Care Connections 114 Skyline Dr To Apply: Contact the enrollment agency Maximus at to apply Program: Attendant Care Waiver Eligibility: Age 18 to 59, Monthly gross income cannot exceed 300% of current Federal Benefit Rate and resources cannot exceed $2000, have a physical impairment which requires assistance to complete functions of daily living, self care and mobility, must be eligible for nursing facility level of care, capable of managing financial/legal affairs, capable of selecting, supervising/firing attendant Benefits: Provides assistance with transferring, performing bodily functions such as bathing and meal preparation, ancillary services such as homemaker and companion services, personal emergency response services, nursing home transition Three Rivers Center for Independent Living (TRCIL) 1750 New Butler Road, Suite A New Castle, PA Vocal/TTY: Community Care Connections 114 Skyline Dr Disability Options Network 101 S. Mercer St, Suite 102 New Castle, PA To Apply: County Assistance Office determines financial eligibility, call enrollment agency Maximus at to apply 10 P a g e

11 Program: COMMCare Waiver Eligibility: Age 21 and older, Monthly gross income cannot exceed 300% of current Federal Benefit Rate and resources cannot exceed $2000, have primary diagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injury, requires Special Rehabilitative Facility (SRF) level of care and cannot be ventilator dependent, must result in substantial functional limitation in 3 or more major life activities such as mobility, behavior, communication, self care, self direction, independent living or cognitive capacity Benefits: Home and community based services such as service coordination, respite, supported employment, non-medical transportation, specialized medical equipment, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, cognitive therapy, structured day programs and more Three Rivers Center for Independent Living (TRCIL) 1750 New Butler Road, Suite A New Castle, PA Vocal/TTY: Disability Options Network 101 S. Mercer St, Suite 102 New Castle, PA To Apply: County Assistance Office determines financial eligibility, call enrollment agency Maximus at to apply Program: OBRA Waiver Eligibility: Must have a developmental disability with onset prior to age 22 and primary diagnosis cannot be mental health or mental retardation, Monthly gross income cannot exceed 300% of current Federal Benefit Rate and resources cannot exceed $2000, must have severe chronic disabilities which cause substantial functional limitations in at least 3 areas such as mobility, communication, self care, self direction, capacity for independent living or learning, must be eligible for ICF/ORC level of care as determined by a doctor Benefits: Provides home and community based services such as adult day services, community integration, daily living services, environmental adaptations, supported employment, non-medical transportation and nursing 11 P a g e

12 Three Rivers Center for Independent Living (TRCIL) 1750 New Butler Road, Suite A New Castle, PA Vocal/TTY: Disability Options Network 101 S. Mercer St, Suite 102 New Castle, PA To Apply: County Assistance Office determines financial eligibility, call enrollment agency Maximus at to apply Program: Independence Waiver Eligibility: Age 18 and older, Monthly gross income cannot exceed 300% of current Federal Benefit Rate and resources cannot exceed $2000, must have severe physical disabilities which cause substantial functional limitations in at least 3 areas such as mobility, communication, self care, self direction, capacity for independent living or learning and is likely to continue indefinitely, cannot be ventilator dependent or have a primary diagnosis of mental health or mental retardation, requires nursing facility level of care Benefits: Provides home and community based services such as assistive technology, community integration and transition, daily living services, respite and non-medical transportation Three Rivers Center for Independent Living (TRCIL) 1750 New Butler Road, Suite A New Castle, PA Vocal/TTY: Disability Options Network 101 S. Mercer St, Suite 102 New Castle, PA To Apply: County Assistance Office determines financial eligibility, call enrollment agency Maximus at to apply 12 P a g e

13 Intellectual Disabilities Resources Program: Intellectual Disabilities/Mental Retardation Supports Coordination Services Eligibility: Documented diagnosis of Mental Retardation (IQ 70 or below) prior to the age of 21 and limitations in adaptive functioning Benefits: Supports Coordination Services link to home and community based services and supports. Consolidated and Person/Family Directed Supports Waiver program applications can be completed. Waiver funding or County funding is needed to enroll individuals into Provider programs. There are waiting lists for services so families and consumers are encouraged to plan for future needs. Local Provider: Center for Community Resources 121 Sunnyview Circle Suite 131 To Apply: Call Must be able to provide information to establish eligibility for services. CCR refers individuals and families to a wide range of home and communitybased services such as: Respite services Companion services Employment services Adult day programs, including pre-vocational programming and adult training facilities Specialized therapies (i.e. physical, behavioral, speech) Transportation services Residential services Environmental and vehicle accessibility adaptations Due to limited funding, there could be a waiting list for these services. 13 P a g e

14 Program: Butler County Human Services -Intellectual Disabilities Program Eligibility: Intellectual Disability diagnosis Benefits: Program Administration, oversight and hearing and appeals Butler County Human Services Second Floor, County Government Center 124 West Diamond Street P.O. Box 1208 Butler, PA Call: P a g e

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16 Employment Resources Program: Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) Eligibility: A disability that causes substantial problems in preparing for, obtaining or maintaining employment Benefits: Can include diagnostic services, vocational evaluation and counseling, restoration, training and placement services Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation Services New Castle 100 Margaret Street New Castle, PA TTY: / To Apply: Please contact the agencies listed above Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services Pittsburgh 531 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa TTY: / Program: CareerLink Eligibility: Some programs such as training may have income eligibility or other qualifying requirements Benefits: Provides direct access to support services for job seekers and employers Butler County Career Link To Apply: 112 Hollywood Drive, Suite 101, Program: Adult Literacy Program Eligibility: Resident of Butler County Benefits: Assists in the development of workplace skills and the development of an action plan 16 P a g e

17 Butler County Community College 107 College Drive Butler, PA To Apply: Call x8350 Program: AmeriCorps Eligibility: Must be a United States citizen, United States national or lawful permanent resident of the United States and at least 17 years of age. Individual programs may have additional qualifications. Benefits: Places members with existing human service agencies to provide a year of community service while receiving a living allowance and an education award. Family Services of Butler Memorial Hospital To Apply: Call Program: Social Security Administration Retirement Benefits Eligibility: Benefits: You must be at least 61 years and 9 months old to apply for retirement benefits. You should apply for benefits no more than four months before the date you want your benefits to start. If you are already age 62, you may be able to start your benefits in the month you apply. If you are not getting Social Security and you are not ready to retire, you should still sign up for Medicare four months before your 65th birthday. Butler Office Social Security Administration 102 Woody Drive Butler PA, P a g e

18 To Apply: Call /TTY Apply online at https://secure.ssa.gov/apps6z/iclaim/rib Program: Temporary Employment Agencies Eligibility: Varies by position Benefits: Varies by company Adecco 248 New Castle Road Specialized Staffing, Inc. 130 S Main St # 1, (724) Unlimited Staffing, Inc. 264 Moraine Pointe Plaza To Apply: Please contact the agencies listed above Carol Harris Staffing 112 Hollywood Drive, Suite Manpower Rt 19, Suite 113 Cranberry Twp, PA Program: Unemployment Compensation Service Center Eligibility: Able and available for suitable work, actively seeking new employment, performance of services covered under the PA UC Law, and must have worked for an employer who is required by law or elects to pay into the UC Fund; proof of identity and social security number Benefits: 73 weeks maximum duration; Your weekly Benefit Rate is the amount you can receive if you are eligible for benefits for a week and your benefits are not reduced for any reason. Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry 18 P a g e

19 To Apply: (888) (888) TTY (deaf or hard of hearing) (717) videophone service for individuals who use American Sign Language (ASL), every Wednesday from noon to 4 p.m. Program: Volunteer Disaster Relief Training Benefits: First aid training, emergency preparedness American Red Cross in Butler County 312 Mercer St., (office) (fax) 19 P a g e

20 Drug and Alcohol Resources If you have private insurance and are looking for drug and alcohol services, call the phone number listed on the back of your insurance card to determine your options. Program: Butler County Drug and Alcohol Program Eligibility: Butler County Resident Benefits: Treatment Assessment and Referral, Information and Referral, and Prevention/Education Services Butler County Drug and Alcohol Program 124 West Diamond Street P.O. Box 1208 Butler, PA To apply: Call (724) Program: Al-Anon Eligibility: Family member or loved one who suffers from alcoholism Benefits: Relief from unhealthy patterns, improved quality of life There are multiple meeting sites and times. Please visit the meeting locator at: Program: Alcoholics Anonymous Eligibility: The desire to stop drinking Benefits: Support for recovery There are multiple meeting sites and times. Please visit the meeting locator at: 20 P a g e

21 Program: Butler First Step Eligibility: Seeking resources for addiction Benefits: Link to addiction recovery resources 12 Step programs and treatment providers To Apply: Call or visit butlerfirststep.org Program: Celebrate Recovery Eligibility: Have a hurt, hang-up, or habit Benefits: Faith-based approach to recovery; biblical application of the 12 steps Christ s Outreach Church 120 Walker Avenue St. Luke s Lutheran Church 330 Hannahstown Rd Cabot, PA To Apply: Please contact the churches listed above North Main Street Church of God 1139 North Main Street Ext Program: Nar-Anon Family Groups Eligibility: Life has been affected by someone else s addiction Benefits: Support There are multiple meeting sites and times. Please visit the meeting locator at: 21 P a g e

22 Program: Narcotics Anonymous Eligibility: The desire to stop using Benefits: Support for Recovery There are multiple meeting sites and times. Please visit the meeting locator at: Program: Recovery Project Eligibility: 18+ and actively recovering from addiction Benefits: Clean, safe and fun opportunities to rebuild social skills Butler Memorial Hospital Bridge to Recovery Program To Apply: Visit MHA Building, 140 N. Elm Street, Butler, PA any Tuesday through Sunday evening from 8:30p, or call Program: Seeds Of Hope Support Group Eligibility: ALL are welcome Benefits: Faith-based Support for those who have family/children abusing drugs First United Methodist Church, 200 East N St Butler Pa To Apply: Program: Recovery Housing Eligibility: Recovering from addiction; sincere about recovery, regular 12-step meeting attendance, income Benefits: Supportive community living Oxford House; an organization of democratically run, self supporting and drug free homes Locations: Walker-Butler House (male) 311 Walker Avenue General Butler House (male) 218 N. Bluff Street P a g e

23 Cecelia House (male) 231 Cecelia Street Donna J House 554 Third Street Pearson House 407 Pearson Street New Castle, PA Campbell Street House 125 Campbell Street Kittanning, PA Orchard Avenue House 114 Orchard Avenue Eau Claire Street House 518 Eau Claire Street North Kittanning House 441 North Avenue Kittanning, PA Third Avenue House 103 Third Avenue To apply: visit Program: Drug and Alcohol Case Management Eligibility: Substance Abuse Diagnosis, Medical Assistance Coverage or approved County funding Benefits: Support and referral to local community Resources Center for Community Resources To Apply: Call Program: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services Eligibility: Substance Abuse Diagnosis Benefits: Rehabilitation and treatment for addictive behaviors Location: Services: 23 P a g e

24 Butler Regional Recovery Program (Butler Memorial Hospital) 911 E. Brady Street (724) Ellen O Brien Gaiser Addiction Center 315 Liberty Street, Phone: Fax: Gaisercenter.com Gateway North Hills 1559 Route 228 Cranberry Twp, PA Irene Stacy Community MH Center: Addictive Behaviors Unit 112 Hillvue Drive Discovery House 301 Smith Drive Cranberry Twp, PA Discoveryhouse.com Foundation Medical Services 124 Hollywood Drive Bantam Commons, Bldg Accessible Recovery Services One landmark North ADULTS ONLY Hospital-based Detox; Partial Hospitalization; Inpatient Rehab; Intensive Outpatient; Relapse Prevention Outpatient ADULTS ONLY Drug & Alcohol treatment and education services to chemicallydependent individuals; non-hospital Inpatient Rehab; outpatient; intensive outpatient and outpatient ADULTS & ADOLESCENTS Partial hospitalization Intensive outpatient outpatient ADULTS & ADOLESCENTS Intensive outpatient Outpatient ADULTS ONLY Methadone maintenance program ADULTS ONLY Methadone maintenance program ADULTS ONLY Suboxone Treatment Program 24 P a g e

25 20399 Route 19, Suite 203 Cranberry Twp, PA To Apply: Please contact one of the agencies listed above Medically assisted addiction treatment Cognitive behavioral therapy 25 P a g e

26 Family Support Resources Program: Caregiver Support/Counseling Services Butler County Area Agency on Aging Support Group for Caregivers Highmark Caring Place Grief Counseling 200 Warrendale Village Drive Warrendale, PA / Highmarkcaringplace.com Family Caregiver Support Group Sunnyview Complex 111 Sunnyview Circle, Suite / Family Caregiver Alliance (415) / (800) Passavant Retirement Community Caregiver Support Group Living with Parkinson s Disease 401 S. Main St Zelienople, PA To Apply: Please contact the agencies listed above Adagio Health 323 Sunset Drive, Suite Meridian Area United Presbyterian Church 4150 Highland Avenue AARP, Pennsylvania Office 30 North Third Street, Suite 750 Harrisburg, PA Families Forever/Lifesteps Meeting locations vary P a g e

27 Program: Butler County Hospice Providers Eligibility: Must meet level of care criteria for nursing home eligibility VNA 154 Hindman Road Celtic Healthcare 150 Scharberry Lane Mars, PA Albert Gallatin Hospice 240 Pullman Sq Home Instead Senior Care 508 South Main Street, #102 Zelienople, PA Vitas Innovative Hospice Care 267 Pittsburgh Road # B Sherwood Oaks Retirement Community 100 Norman Drive Cranberry Township, PA Options for Elder Care 4876 Ottawa Court Gibsonia, PA Passavant Retirement Community 401 S. Main St. Zelienople, PA To Apply: Contact the agency listed above Concordia Lutheran Ministries 134 Marwood Road Cabot, PA Catholic Hospice Inc 6200 Brooktree Road Wexford, PA Gateway Health Hospice 9380 Mcknight Rd # 107 Pittsburgh, PA P a g e

28 Program: Violence Information and Advocacy Eligibility: victim of domestic violence, rape or sexual assault, violence, sexual harassment, attempted homicide, burglary, robbery Benefits: Free, confidential services; crisis intervention; short-term supportive, educative and options counseling; access to community resources; 24-hour hotline; domestic violence shelter Local Provider: Victim Outreach Intervention Center (VOICe); or P a g e

29 Healthcare Resources If you have private insurance, call the phone number listed on the back of your insurance card to determine your healthcare options. Program: Community Health Clinic of Butler County Eligibility: qualified Butler County residents Benefits: primary health & dental care to our uninsured and income-eligible neighbors in Butler County, and so much more. Butler County Community Health Clinic To Apply: Program: Dental discount program Eligibility: Butler County resident Benefits: Family membership includes all family members; NOT DENTAL INSURANCE NACo Dental Discount Card Program To Apply: Call or Program: PA Senior Dental Care Program Eligibility: PA resident, 65 and over without other dental assistance or private dental insurance, income guidelines apply Benefits: Participating dentists offer a minimum of 15% off usual fees for approved applicants To Apply: Contact Butler County Area Agency on Aging at ; or your legislator or United Way of PA. Applications also available at Program: Immunizations/vaccinations Eligibility: will provide immunizations for individuals with no insurance 29 P a g e

30 Pennsylvania Department of Health PA Dept of Health; Southwest District 100 Brugh Ave, Suite To Apply: 877-PA-HEALTH ( ) Program: Prescription Assistance Eligibility: Resident of Butler County PACE 65 years or older Pennsylvania resident for 90 days prior to applying Cannot be enrolled in the Medicaid prescription benefit Previous calendar year s income must be less than $14,500 for a single person or less than $17,700 for a couple. PACENET 65 years or older Pennsylvania resident for 90 days prior to applying Cannot be enrolled in the Medicaid prescription benefit Previous calendar year s income must be between $14,500 and $23,500 for a single person or between $17,700 and $31,500 for a married couple. Benefits: PACE consumers must pay a $6 co-payment for generic drugs and a $9 copayment for single-source brand name drugs. PACENET consumers must pay an $8 co-payment for generic drugs and a $15 co-payment for single-source brand name drugs. There is also a $40 cumulative monthly deductible for PACENET per person. NACO consumers are Butler County residents who can receive an average of 24% savings on their prescriptions There are no restrictions on age or income. The card can be used by the uninsured, underinsured, seniors, or even pets! One card covers an entire family. 9 out of 10 pharmacies accept the card out of a network or more than 60,000 pharmacies nationwide. Bureau of Pharmaceutical Assistance PACE Program NACo Prescription Discount Card Program 30 P a g e

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