Resources from the Pennsylvania Department of Aging

Secretary of Aging: Brian Duke (717) 541-4214 or

PACE and PACENET (Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract for the Elderly): Limits are $14,500 or less for a
single person or $17,700 or less for a married couple for prescription drug benefits. Enrollment
applications are available of Area Agency on Aging offices, pharmacies, legislative offices and senior
centers by calling 1-800-225-7223 or by visiting

Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program: Applications are available from the Department of Revenue
district offices, legislative offices, Area Agency on Aging offices or by calling 1-800-362-2050.

Long Term Care Helpline: 1-866-286-3636.

Pennsylvania’s Senior LAW Helpline: 1-877-727-7529. Confidential telephone legal advice and/or
referrals to local participating lawyers are available to Pennsylvanians who are over 60 years of age.

Older Adults Protective Services Act: Call to report an older adult who is being abused, neglected,
exploited, or abandoned at 1-800-490-8505 or visit

PDA Senior Dental Care Program: Persons 65 and over whose annual income is under $14,500 for
singles Protective Services Act. or $17,700 for married couples and who are not receiving other dental
coverage or assistance are eligible. Contact the local Area Agency on Aging office or write to the PA
Dental Association, PO Box 3341, Harrisburg, PA 17105 or visit

Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services: Call 1-866-375-8264 or visit

Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Call 1-800-233-3008 or visit

Hunting and Fishing Licenses: Purchase licenses at a reduced rate. Call 1-717-787-4250, or 1-717-205-
7800 or visit

State Parks. Free admission or reduced camping fees for persons 65 or over can be obtained by calling
1-888-727-2757 or visit

State Museums and Historical Sites: For reduced admission fees call 1-717-787-2723 or visit

Recreation and Leisure Services for Persons with Disabilities: Call 1-800-986-4550 for locations.

Federal Income Tax Preparation Assistance: Contact your local Area Agency on Aging office or call 1-

Free Transit Program: This provides free transit service on local established bus routes, trolley, and
rapid-transit lines during the midday and evening hours on weekdays and all day on Saturday and
Sunday and certain holidays. To get a free transit card call 1-717-7873-8025 or visit

Shared Ride Program: Contact your local Area Agency on Aging, call 1-717-783-8025, or visit

Reduced Motor Vehicle Registration: Call 1-800-932-4600 or visit
Identification Cards. Visit