Senior Citizen Overview
Transportation can be difficult issue for seniors. There are options available but some require advanced planning. You may want to check with your church to see if any assistance is available.
We have tried to categorize specific services in other topics in our web site but these are resources that offer a wide variety of services or information for seniors.
|Overview of Services Provided in Allegheny County||Agency on Aging Service Overview||
SeniorLine: (412) 350-5460
|Assessments of Needs and Support Services||
The central point of contact for aging related services is the SeniorLine. Services are provided by professional care managers who can assist with information and referral on ACAAA services and community programs. If needed, they will complete an intake to begin the process of applying for ACAAA home and community based services. In addition, they may also provide assistance with applications to entitlement programs such as: Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract for the Elderly (PACE), Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Property Tax assistance programs, Rental Rebate. For information or to locate services, call the SeniorLine (412) 350-5460.
The range of services may include:
|Senior Services Listings||Senior Citizens Guide||Directory of many services – not a government agency. Not inclusive. Organizations must request to be listed.|
|UPMC Institute on Aging||Excellent information on diseases, services. Keep in mind many of the services only list UPMC facilities.|