Independence is the most worthwhile outcome we can hope for ourselves.
Making our own choices and decisions is an important part of being independent.
Through a partnership network called, The LINK to aging and disability resources, local residents can get the help they need to maintain their independence.
Whether you need affordable housing, to find a ride to your medical appointment, apply for rental assistance or get some job training, a LINK partner can help.
If you need financial assistance, health insurance information or home care services, a LINK Partner can help.
If you are hungry, unable to pay your utility bills or don’t know where to turn, a LINK Partner can help.
LINK partners work together to help seniors and adults with disabilities get connected to the closest agency or service to help you sustain your independence and support your wishes.
A LINK Partner is just a phone call away.
By calling the LINK Help-line at 1-800-753-8827, you can get connected with all the possible services to support your independence right here in Centre County or in any county in Pennsylvania.
Call the LINK to Aging and Disability Resources at 1-800-753-8827. And Happy Independence Day.
Pennsylvania Department of Aging, Tom Corbett, Governor