Andrew’s Gift provides opportunities and grants to individuals diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder within Dauphin, Cumberland, Perry, Lebanon, and Lancaster Counties. These grants “assist families in addressing basic needs, in accessing specialized equipment, and in providing opportunities for community-based recreation and skill-building experiences."
If you live within Dauphin, Cumberland, or Perry Counties and are in need of resources within your community, another great resource for you may be Community Links. Community Links is a local "community resource spot for individuals of all ages and abilities."
The Dauphin County Board of Commissioners has created a document that provides Dauphin County residents with many excellent resources relating to a variety of topics. These topics include, but are not limited to: Abuse, Disabilities, Education for Adults, Food Assistance, Housing Assistance, Mental Health, and more! Click on the button below to view this document.
FindHelp.org is another great website that many individuals nationwide utilize to locate assistance for food, housing, goods, transit, health, money, care, education, work and legal services. To learn more about programs near you, click the button below!
PA 211 is a wonderful resource that may be used to help connect you to resources within your community! To learn more about PA 211, click the button below.
If you or a loved one are diagnosed with a disability or need assistance to be able to safely reside in your community, the Department of Human Services may have a program that is able to help you receive reliable and affordable care. To learn more about the different services and programs that may be available to you, click the button below.
Are you in need of medical equipment and/or assistive technology? Or do you have old equipment that you may be interested in donating? UCP of Central PA has a wonderful equipment exchange program for PA residents of all ages.