1 Central Region Work Experience Program Community Resource Directory 2014 Edition Educational solutions that make a difference
2 CONTENTS Quick Reference List for Agency Services Adams County Literacy Council Adams/Hanover Counseling Services, Inc. AgrAbility for Pennsylvania AHEDD The ARC of Adams County Bell Socialization Services, Inc. Big Brothers/Big Sisters of York & Adams Co. Boy Scouts of America Bureau of Blindness & Visual Services Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Center for Independent Living Opportunities Client Assistance Program and Center for Disability Law Community Care Behavioral Health Easter Seals South Central PA Elections/Voter Registration Office Epilepsy Foundation Western/Central PA Forsight Vision & Forsight Industries Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA The Glatfelter Agency, Special Needs Dept. H.A.R.T. Center Hiram G. Andrews Center H.O.P.E. Lincoln Intermediate Unit #12 Adult Education Living Unlimited Program Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Olivia s House, grief and loss center PA CareerLink-Adams County PA Department of Health Head Injury Program PA Health Law Project Parent Education Network Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania Pathstone PA Tourette Syndrome Alliance, Inc. PaTTAN Penn Employment Services Penn-Mar Human Services Planned Parenthood of Central PA Rabbittransit and Freedom Transit Service Access & Management Skills of Central PA, Inc. Social Security Administration South Central Community Action Programs (SCCAP) Special Olympics of Adams County United Cerebral Palsy of South Central PA York/Adams MH/IDD YMCA of Hanover/South Hanover/Littlestown YWCA of Gettysburg & Adams County YWCA of Hanover
3 Quick Reference List for Agency Services The agencies listed in this booklet provide services as marked in the chart below. Please refer to the full page for more information concerning each agency. AGENCY SERVICES PROVIDED Counseling/ Therapy Housing Job Coaching/Placement/ Employment Skills Independent Living Social Skills Training Recreation Education Financial Aid or Assistance Fee for Service Adams County Literacy Council Adams/Hanover Counseling AgrAbility AHEDD Brochure Available The ARC of Adams County Bell Socialization Services Big Brothers/ Big Sisters Boy Scouts of America Bureau of Blindness & Visual Services Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Center for Independent Living Opportunities Client Assistance Program (CAP) Center for Disability Law & Policy Community Care Behavioral Health Easter Seals of South Central PA Elections/Voter Registration Office Epilepsy Foundation Western/Central PA ForSight Visions & ForSight Industries Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA (Peer Mentoring) (Sign Language) (Advocacy & Legal Services) (Speech & Recreation) (Adjustment Counseling) (Limited to Camp) (Low Vision Center)
4 AGENCY SERVICES PROVIDED The Glatfelter Agency- Special Needs Dept. H.A.R.T. Center Hiram G. Andrews Center H.O.P.E. Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12- Adult Education Living Unlimited Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) Counseling/ Therapy (Support Groups) (Music) (Medical Equipment, Assistive Technology) Housing Job Coaching/Placement/ Employment Skills Independent Living Social Skills Training Recreation Education Financial Aid or Assistance Fee for Service Brochure Available (Post Secondary Education) (Food Pantry, Transport., Medical Equipment) (Financial Aid for Training) (Sliding Scale Based on Income) Olivia s House PA CareerLink Adams County (No job coaching) PA Department of Health Head Injury Program PA Health Law Project Parent Education Network (PEN) Parent to Parent of PA (Employment Counseling) (Job Seeking Workshops) (Funding for Provision of Services) (For parents of children with special needs) Pathstone PA Tourette Syndrome Alliance, Inc. PaTTAN (Tip Card- Also on -line (Also various publications) Penn Employment
5 AGENCY SERVICES PROVIDED Penn-Mar Human Services Planned Parenthood of Central PA Rabbittransit and Freedom Transit Counseling/ Therapy Housing Job Coaching/Placement/ Employment Skills Independent Living Social Skills Training Recreation Education Financial Aid or Assistance Fee for Service (Transportation Only) Brochure Available Service Access & Management (SAM) Skills of Central PA, Inc. Social Security Administration Case Management Case Management (Residential Community Homes) Case Management Case Management Case Management Case Management Case Management Case Management (For Qualifying Individuals) Case Management Case Management South Central Community Action Program (SCCAP) Special Olympics of Adams County United Cerebral Palsy (Depending on Program) York-Adams MH/IDD YMCA Hanover Littlestown YWCA Gettysburg Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. (Massage) Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. Supports Coord./ Case Mgmt. YWCA Hanover (Daycare)
6 Adams County Literacy Council Address: 1685 Baltimore Pike, Suite F Gettysburg, PA Telephone: Website: Key Contact Person: Bob Daniels, Education Coordinator Office Hours: Monday Thursday 9:00 AM 4:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM 12:00 Noon Educational Program: Training offered to volunteers 1. Basic Literacy Tutor Training 2. ESL tutor training 3. One on One tutoring 4. Small group Instruction Services Provided: One-to-one literacy and adult basic instruction; one-to-one ESL instruction; small group classes; computer training for enrolled students. Eligibility Requirements: PA resident Age Range: Fee: 17 and older None
7 Adams/Hanover Counseling Services, Inc. Address: 625 West Elm Ave. 44 S. Franklin St. Hanover, PA Gettysburg, PA Telephone: (717) (717) For immediate help call: Website: truenorthwellness.org Office Hours: Monday Friday 8:30 AM 5:00 PM Services Provided: Outpatient services, drug and alcohol services, crisis prevention services (24 hours-7 days a week), employee assistance programs, partial hospitalization program, community residential programs, and student assistance programs Fee: Fee for service sliding scale, medical assistance
8 AgrAbility for Pennsylvanians Address: The Pennsylvania State University Department of Agricultural & Extension Education 207 Ferguson Building University Park, PA Telephone: Key Contact Person: Dr. Connie D. Baggett, AgrAbility Project Director Services Provided: This is a partnership between the Penn State Cooperative Extension and the Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation AgrAbility services include: 1. On-site farm assessment to discuss the daily farm tasks that are difficult because of the one s disability. 2. Identification of modifications, equipment or assistive technology that would enable the farmer to better complete the task with reduced pain. 3. Referral information to the farm families regarding state and local resources/programs. Since AgrAbility for Pennsylvanians does not have money for modifications, most farmers with a disability are referred to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR). OVR is a state agency through the PA Department of Labor & Industry that works with individuals with a disability in regards to employment issues such as training, evaluation, assistive technology, and modifications. AgrAbility and OVR continue to develop a strong working relationship in order to best serve the farming community. 4. Peer and caregiver support contact information. 5. Participation in a wide variety of educational opportunities such as farm safety day camps, presentations to health care and rehabilitation professionals, county crop and dairy days, and statewide agricultural expositions. Eligibility Requirements: farmers and farm family members with a disability or longterm health condition who want to remain in production agriculture
9 AHEDD Address: 2550 Kingston Rd. Suite 225 York, PA Telephone: (717) , Ext Toll Free: Fax: Fax: (717) Key Contact Person: Carolyn Lerew, Area Manager Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Services Provided: Services include pre-employment related skills training, e.g., resume writing, application completion, interviewing coordination, and other job development related services. Also included is on-site training (job coaching) and follow-up support. As well, AHEDD provides support with youth in the classroom by providing guidance on career exploration and/or community integration. Eligibility Requirements: and interest in AHEDD s services. A documented disability Age Range: 14 years and older Fee: Third party reimbursement (transition services primarily funded via the school district). Adult services are primarily funded through OVR, York/Adams MH/IDD, Social Security Administration, and the Ticket to Work Program through Social Security.
10 The ARC of Adams County Address: 17 Rice Avenue, P.O. Box 551 Biglerville, PA Telephone: Website: arcadamspa.org Key Contact Person: Dr. Cassandra Pulig, President Jean Bair, Treasurer; Robin Miller, Asst. Treasurer; Kay Hoch, Advocate, Membership, Newsletter Educational Program: Information resource for programs and agencies providing services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities Services Provided: Services are not dependent on membership in the organization. Protection and advocacy services available. Eligibility Requirements: Diagnosis of cognitive, intellectual and developmental disabilities. Age Range: Birth through adult Fee: Membership fees are voluntary
11 BELL SOCIALIZATION SERVICES, INC. Address: 160 South George Street York, PA Telephone: (717) Fax: (717) Key Contact Person: Ivan Hileman, Executive Director Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Educational Programs: Socialization, Educational, Vocational, and Support programs for persons with mental illness or intellectual and developmental disabilities. Services Provided: Socialization/Recreational, Residential, Vocational Therapy, and Support Services to persons with mental illness or intellectual and developmental disabilities. In York and Adams Counties, Bell provides in home support services and technical assistance for consumers to own their own homes. Both in home support and housing procurement are for persons with an intellectual and developmental disability. Eligibility Requirements: Age Range: Fee: Diagnosed intellectual and developmental or mental health disability. Age varies among programs from birth through adulthood Depends on the program but third party reimbursement is available through MHIDD and OVR
12 BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF YORK AND ADAMS COUNTY Address: 227 West Market St., Suite 102 York, PA Telephone: (717) Fax: (717) Key Contact Person: Michael Smith, Executive Director, Donna Gross, SMART Program York, Leah Woodward, SMART Program Adams, Educational Programs: Core programs include community-based and school-based programs where Bigs spend time getting to know their Littles by spending time with them and mentoring them. Special programs focus on mentoring children from different ethnic backgrounds as well as mentoring children from military families and children who have a parent who is incarcerated. Services Provided: Mentoring of children to empower them to make positive choices in their lives. Eligibility Requirements: Diagnosed intellectual and developmental or mental health disability. Fee: None
13 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, NEW BIRH OF FREEDOM COUNCIL Address: 2139 White Street, York, PA Telephone: or Fax: Website: Key Contact Person: Michael Kostic Field director Office Hours: 9:00 AM 5:00 PM (Monday Friday) Educational Program: Tiger Cubs: Boys in first grade or 7 years old and an adult partner. Cub scouting: Boys in second through fifth grades who are 8 10 years of age. Boy scouting: Boys in grades six through 18 years of age. Venturing: Young men and women who have completed the eighth grade or are years of age. *Programs are year round for all ages. Services Provided: Year Around Program Support through over 210 community organizations. Three Council Camps: Camp Tuckahoe, Dillsburg; Camp Conewago, New Oxford; Wizard Ranch, Hellam. Council Service Center offering a fully stocked Trading Post and full local services. A full staff of trained professionals and volunteers serving all parts of York and Adams Counties on a virtually 24 hour basis. Eligibility Requirements: Scouting is available to all youths regardless of race, sex, religion, or national origin. Chartered partners retain the right to limit membership within their unit. Age Range: Scouting serves youth from first grade through 21 years of age and adults from 18 and up. Fee: $10.00 National Registration Optional $10.00 Boys Life magazine subscription
14 Bureau of Blindness & Visual Services Address: Forum Place 555 Walnut St., 8 th floor Harrisburg, PA Telephone: Phone: ; TDD ; Toll free ; FA: Website: Key Contact Person: Receptionist will direct calls Office Hours: M-F 8:00 AM 4:30 PM Educational Program: Varies with the need of the client Services Provided: Vocational rehabilitation; Randolph- Sheppard snack bar program; social services; rehabilitation teaching; orientation and mobility instruction; independent living for older individuals who are blind. Eligibility Requirements: In general, a visual acuity in the better eye with best correction of 20/70 or less or a restriction in fields subtending to an angle of 20 degrees or less. Must be a resident of Pennsylvania. Age Range: All ages Fee: Economic need determined on each individual case
15 Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Division of Lutheran Social Services Address: 750 Kelly Drive York, PA Telephone: TDD FA: Website: Key Contact Person: Kenny Watts, Program Director Office Hours: Monday Friday, 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Services Provided: Sign language classes for children and adults, limited case management, hearing screenings and interpretation services. Eligibility Requirements: None Age Range: All ages Fee: Most services free of charge
16 Center for Independent Living Opportunities Address: 127 West Market Street Suite 100 York, PA Telephone: , toll free , TTY Fax: Key Contact Person: Hillary Hasson, Executive Director Office Hours: M-F 8:30am 4:30pm Open Door Policy Services Provided: Advocacy, Independent Living Skills Training, Information and Referral, Service Coordination for Home and Community Based Services (waivers), and Disability Awareness Training/Assessments Eligibility Requirements: People with ALL Disabilities. Age Range: Fee: All Ages No Fees
17 Client Assistance Program (CAP) and Center for Disability Law & Policy Address: 207 House Ave., Ste 107-A 1515 Market St., Ste 1300 Camp Hill, PA Philadelphia, PA Telephone: or (Camp Hill) or (Philadelphia) Fax: (Camp Hill) (Philadelphia) Website: Key Contact Person: Lee Lippi Camp Hill CAP Advocate Margaret McKenna Philadelphia CAP Advocate Services Provided: CAP provides assistance to persons with disabilities, who are seeking or receiving rehabilitation services from OVR, BVS, Supported Employment Programs, and Centers for Independent Living by: Helping to understand rehabilitation Advising what these programs can do for you Assisting with any concerns Helping pursue an appeal or other legal remedy The Center for Disability Law and Policy provides advocacy and legal services to individuals with disabilities. The Center represents individuals with claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act and has substantial experience with litigation of employment discrimination and other disability rights cases. Eligibility Requirements: Must be a person with a disability who is seeking or receiving rehabilitation services from OVR, BVS, Supported Employment Programs, or Centers for Independent Living. Fee: Fee advocacy and mediation services. Fees for the Center for Disability Law and Policy are determined on an individual basis.
18 Community Care Behavioral Health Address: 1200 Camp Hill Bypass Camp Hill, PA Telephone: Adams County York County TTY En Espanol Website: Office Hours: Customer service representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services Provided: Information about health plan, benefits, & treatment plans Referrals to health & social services, support & self-help groups Treatment for mental health, drug & alcohol programs Transportation to appointments and meetings Health Coordination assist health care workers to meet member needs Case Management planning behavioral health treatment Emergency help Crisis Hotline Adams County York County or Eligibility Requirements: Medical assistance health care coverage and a Health Choices member. Age Range: All ages Fee: N/A
19 Easter Seals Western & Central PA Address: 2550 Kingston Rd. York, PA Telephone: Toll Free: Fax: Key Contact Person: Matt Earnst Recreational Therapist Liz Marvin Interpreting Services & Sign Language classes Liz Bunting Camps Diane Flinchbaugh Autism Resource Center Website: Office Hours: M-F 8:00 AM 4:00 PM (or by appointment) Services Provided: Recreational Therapy Speech Therapy Autism Resource Center Sign Language Interpretation and Classes Eligibility Requirements: Depends on program Depends on Program: Depends on program Fee: Depends on program/funding through third party depending on individual need
20 Elections & Voter Registration Office Address: 117 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, PA Telephone: Key Contact Person: Monica Dutko Website: Office Hours: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM Monday Friday Educational Program: Instruct persons how to register to vote; educate persons on how to run for an elected office Services Provided: Voter registration and elections Eligibility Requirements: Citizen of the United States for at least one month before the next election; resident of Pennsylvania and their election district for at least 30 days before the next election; at least 18 years of age on the day of the next election. Age Range: 18 and older Fee: None
21 Epilepsy Foundation of Western/Central PA Address: 900 South Arlington Avenue Suite 148A Harrisburg, PA Telephone: or Fax: Website: Key Contact Person: Gretchen Knaub Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Educational Programs: Seizure Recognition and First Aid presentations for schools and community organizations; Conferences, Workshops, and Seminars Services Provided: Telephone support, Referral and Advocacy assistance, Support groups, Individual/Family consultation, Summer Camp for children with epilepsy, Weekend Teen Getaway for teens with epilepsy, Lending Library, Medical ID Cards, Peer Connect, Social events. Eligibility Requirements: Services for those who have epilepsy/seizure disorder or are affected by it Age Range: All Fee: N/A
22 FORSIGHT VISION & FORSIGHT INDUSTRIES Address: 1380 Spahn Avenue York, PA Telephone: , Toll Free Fax: Hours of Operation: M-F 8:30 4:30 Store M-F 9:00 4:00 Key Contact Person: Bill Rhinesmith, President Educational Programs: access technology and typing. Daily living skills, Braille, Services Provided: Counseling, Rehabilitation Teaching, Access Technology, Preschool Vision Screening, Employment, and Low Vision Center. Also run the ForSight Vision Center store which offers aids and appliances. Eligibility Requirements: Legal blindness or visual impairment which interferes with daily living skills. Age Range: All Ages. Fee: No fees except for the Low Vision Center/ Funding through Medicare.
23 GIRL SCOUTS IN THE HEART OF PA Address: 1213 Carlisle Road York, PA Telephone: Fax: Website: Key Contact Person: Jennifer Stolte, South Regional Director (Adams, Lancaster, York) Cell: Office Hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 11:00 1:00 PM (drop by hours) or call to make an appointment Educational Program: One of the Girl Scout programs is based on the Girl Scout Promise and Law. It is adapted to meet the developmental, educational, emotional, and social needs and interests of girls at 5 levels. Services Provided: Girl scouting is committed to helping all girls from every background to develop confidence, determination, and skills needed to thrive in today s world. Inclusive camp programs are available for girls with special needs. Programs will include appropriately trained staff and an on-site registered nurse. Eligibility Requirements: Girls Age Range: 5-17 years of age (Kindergarten through 12 th grade) Fee: $12.00 for annual registration
24 THE GLATFELTER AGENCY, SPECIAL NEEDS DEPARTMENT Address: 221 W. Philadelphia St. Suite 400E York, PA Telephone: Fax: (717) Key Contact Person: Ruth Wolf, Sr. Account Executive Website: Services Provided: Consultation on government programs available Medicaid Planning Funding options for Special Needs Trust Insurance to cover burial expenses for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities Will/Trust Seminars Fee: Call for specific information.
25 H.A.R.T. Center Hanover Adams Rehabilitation & Training Center Address: 450 East Golden Lane New Oxford, PA Telephone: Key Contact Person: Rita Bouchard, Assistant Director, Rehab. Manager Services Provided: The mission of the H.A.R.T. Center is to provide each participant with opportunities for personal growth and increased self-dependency with regard to work skills. Individuals choose to pursue competitive employment whenever possible. In addition, the H.A.R.T. Center offers extended work training programs to individuals needing more support and structure to reach their vocational goals. Eligibility Requirements: Adults with developmental disabilities, chronic mental illness and/or physical challenges. Age Range: 18 years of age and older Fee: Fees are determined by eligibility. Can be supported through placement by OVR, MH/IDD, or local school district
26 HIRAM G. ANDREWS CENTER (AT THE COMMONWEALTH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE) Address: 727 Goucher Street Johnstown, PA Telephone: or Fax: Website: Key Contact Person: Stacie Andrews Director of Student Services Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Educational Programs: Degree Programs: AST Architectural Drafting AST Computer Servicing Technology AST Culinary Arts AST Dental Laboratory Technology AST Mechanical Drafting ASB Medical Office Assistant Diploma Programs: Automotive Technology Building Maintenance Business Retail Management Culinary Arts Kitchen Helper Office Technician Material Management and Distribution Nursing Assistant Eligibility Requirements: Please contact your local OVR Office for details on eligibility.
27 H.O.P.E. (Help for Oncology Problems and Emotional support) Address: New Freedom Community Center Mailing address 150 E. Main St., 2 nd Floor P.O. Box 175 New Freedom, PA Shrewsbury, PA Telephone: Fax: Website: Key Contact Person: Barbara Titanish Educational Programs: Lectures and workshops to help meet the needs of cancer patients and their families; Guest speakers, such as nutritionists and physical therapists surrounding cancer and it treatments; Lending Library; Transportation Network; Kids Program and Adult Support Groups; Jeanette Cartwright Memorial Scholarship Services Provided: Free door to door transportation services for cancer patients to cancer treatments and doctors appointments; Support Groups for children with cancer or children of parents with cancer, siblings, adults with cancer, and spouses of adults with cancer; Food panty and gas cards for families of individuals diagnosed with cancer; Free Public Lending Library with over 1500 books on cancer and related subjects; Medical equipment lending. Eligibility Requirements: Individuals diagnosed with cancer and their family members. Age Range: Birth through adulthood Fee: No cost for services or programs
28 LINCOLN INTERMEDIATE UNIT #12 ADULT EDUCATION Address: 65 Billerbeck Street P.O. Box 70 New Oxford, PA Telephone: (717) Fax: (717) Website: Key Contact Person: Terry Steyer, Director Office Hours: M-F 8:00 AM 4:00 PM Educational Programs: Adult Ed., GED, Literacy Services Provided: GED testing (paper-and-pencil or computer-based testing center), basic skills & GED preparation classes, English as a Second Language, one-on-one literacy tutoring, job search skills, family literacy. Eligibility Requirements: PA Resident, 17 years of age or older, some components require SEC eligibility. Age Range: Age 17 & older Fee: None for services. $ for paper-and-pencil GED test, $20.00 per section that is taken over
29 Living Unlimited Program Address: 4601 Locust Lane, Suite 202 Harrisburg, PA Telephone: , toll free FA: Key Contact Person: Melissa Baney, Regional Manager Office Hours: Monday Friday 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Educational Program: Job development, placement, and coaching; social skills training; music therapy; community integration Services Provided: Vocational rehabilitation; music therapy; life skills training Eligibility Requirements: Must be eligible for services through Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, schools or county agencies; MA for music therapy Age Range: Depending on service Fee: Depending on service
30 Address: OFFICE OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (OVR) 2550 Kingston Road Suite 101 York, PA Telephone: (717) or TTY (717) Fax: (717) Website: Key Contact Person: Receptionist will direct calls Office Hours: M-F 7:00 AM 5:00 PM Services Provided: OVR serves people who have disabilities that present a substantial impediment to employment. Services are provided to individuals to prepare for, enter into, engage in, or retain employment. Our counselors work every year with thousands of persons who have physical, mental, and emotional disorders. Services include counseling, testing, training, education, physical restoration, job placement, and follow up. Eligibility Requirements: York, Adams, Lancaster, and Franklin County residents who have a disability which prevents them from getting or keeping a job and need specialized services to help them with employment. Age Range: Of employable age. Fee: Depending upon your income, you may have to contribute to the cost of OVR services. There is no cost to apply for services. If you are eligible for services, the counselors may require proof of income and expenses.
31 OLIVIA S HOUSE A GRIEF & LOSS CENTER FOR CHILDREN Address: 830 S. George St. 101 Baltimore St. York, PA Hanover, PA Telephone: York: , Hanover: Fax: York: Website: Key Contact Person: Leslie Delp, founder and bereavement counselor, Educational Programs: Provide professional trainings to groups who work with children. They also have publish a newsletter Services Provided: Pre-death support, peer support programs, WINGS social support, Educational support, Pet loss services, Lending library, Professional adjunct services Fee: No-cost services for grieving families. Some cost involved in professional trainings.
32 PA CareerLink Adams County Address: 150 V-Twin Drive Gettysburg, PA Telephone: (717) Website: Key Contact Person: Alan Dudley Office Hours: M-F 8:00 AM 4:30 PM (partial services noon-1:00 PM) Educational Program: Provide resume writing, job search, and interview process workshops Services Provided: Job referral, job placement, career guidance, national computerized job bank, employment opportunities through State Civil Service, mass recruitment, self-service resume capability, Career Choice software, veteran assistance, education and training information, training financial information, labor market information, employer incentives, trade act services, bonding, and labor certification. Eligibility Requirements: for employment Able to see and qualify Age Range: Eligible for employment Fee: None
33 PA Dept. of Health Head Injury Program (HIP) Telephone: or Fax: Website: Key Contact Person: Nicole Adams Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM 4:30 PM Services Provided: Head injury rehabilitation to qualifying individuals over the age of 21. Pre-enrollment assistance Pre-admission assessment Service plan development Rehabilitation Case management Eligibility Requirements: Be a U.S. citizen Have been a PA resident at the time of injury and application Have had a traumatic brain injury after July 2, 1985 including conditions such as a birth defect or stroke Have exhausted all financial resources that could be used for head injury care Be 21 years of age or older Meet income guidelines Complete an application Be assessed to determine that needs can be met by HIP through rehabilitation Age Range: Age 21 and older Fee: None
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