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The Cumberland Link to Aging and Disability Resources
(Cumberland Link) provides information and linkages to long term living
services and supports for Cumberland County residents of any age who
have a disability and for residents who are 60 years of age or older.
Cumberland Link to Aging and Disability Resources improves access to
information and linkages to long term living supports and services for
older persons and individuals with disabilities in Cumberland County
who are in need of long term living supports and services, regardless
of age, type of disability, or ability to pay. Although the Cumberland
Link has a special focus on providing access to publicly funded
services, it provides information, guidance, and screenings to anyone
regardless of income because early intervention may result in cost
effective, positive outcomes for the individual.
Please use the lower level entrance on the end of the building. Parking is available near the entrance.
The PA Department of Human Services has extended the deadline to apply for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) until May 1. Individuals can apply for LIHEAP online at www.compass.state.pa.us or at their local county assistance office. Read on...
On Thursday, May 28, AARP and the PA Link to Aging and Disability Resources will sponsor a workshop on Improving Aging Services for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) Older Adults. Continuing education credits will be available for attendees. Read on...
The Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resources has scheduled a series of stakeholder meetings to help in the development of a No Wrong Door (NWD) system in Pennsylvania. A meeting is planned for Thursday, June 11 in Dauphin County. Read on...