The Cumberland Link to Aging and Disability Resources (Cumberland Link) serves as the Aging and Disability Resource Center for Cumberland County by providing 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.
The 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.
Nationally-known motivational speaker, Mia Schaikewitz, will be speaking at public events in Gettysburg and Camp Hill on Friday, October 14. The free events are sponsored by the Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resources. Additional Info...