Serving Narberth Borough and Lower Merion Township residents
Montgomery County registration for the COVID-19 vaccine is now available for everyone age 16 and over. Montgomery County is currently vaccinating people in Phases 1A and 1B. Eligibility for Phase 1C opens April 12. Every individual 16 and over that lives or works in Montgomery County becomes eligible April 13.
The Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation Program and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Programs are currently available. The Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) Program is a temporary federal program available for individuals whose regular unemployment benefits have expired or will expire soon. The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) Program provides up to 39 weeks of unemployment benefits to individuals not eligible for regular unemployment compensation or extended benefits, including those who have exhausted all rights to such benefits. See the links for more information, including eligibility and how to file.
Since 1976, ElderNet has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the at-risk elderly and disabled adults of Lower Merion and Narberth. ElderNet’s partnerships for outreach have allowed us to expand our programs and services to include low income individuals and families in need
New Horizons welcomes older men and women from throughout the Main Line area who are interested in making new friends, going to interesting places, and participating in a host of activities to keep older adults feeling young, active, fulfilled, productive, and proud
Phone: 610-384-8387. Serving Montgomery, Chester, Bucks, and Delaware counties
The Veterans Affairs Department provides information to Montgomery County veterans, their dependents, and survivors regarding their rights and the various county, state, and federal benefits they may be entitled to receive and assists them to apply for these benefits
Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime. Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment.
Licensed social workers can answer questions and connect callers with health care services and community organizations, including physician referrals and appointments, social and psycho-social support, in-home care, senior day programs, and educational and screening programs. Call 484-580-1234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The WIC Nutrition Program helps pregnant women, new mothers, and children up to age 5 learn about nutrition, make healthy food choices, and improve overall health. Participants receive education on infant and child feeding, child development information and assessments, and vouchers to purchase healthy foods at grocery stores and local farmers markets that help support proper growth and development. WIC is a free program for those who qualify. Phone: 610-272-4042
Your Way Home Montgomery County is a transformational partnership between government, philanthropy, nonprofits and community partners to solve – finally – the problem of homelessness in our community. Phone: 877-646-6306
Interfaith Hospitality Network of the Main Line (IHN) provides a caring and positive environment for homeless families while they design and implement a plan to break the cycle of homelessness in their lives. IHN provides the following services for homeless families: Emergency shelter, meals, case management, counseling, life skills, training & education, and job coaching. Phone: 610-277-0977
The Nurse-Family Partnership helps first-time parents succeed. Families develop confidence and skills for parenting and economic self-sufficiency by volunteering to work with a nurse home visitor from this proven program. The program is for Montgomery County residents and is free. Phone:610-278-5117
The Women’s Center of Montgomery County is a volunteer, community organization with a primary focus on freedom from domestic violence and other forms of abuse. If you — or someone you love — needs help or resources right now, call the Women’s Center of Montgomery County’s 24/7 Hotline: 1-800-773-2424
Montgomery County Mobile Crisis provides not only immediate support for crisis situations, but also assistance with managing recurring or future crises. Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-855-634-HOPE (4673). This service is available to anyone in Montgomery County, including children, teens, adults, and families
Delaware Valley Community Health is a private, non-profit organization which delivers community based, culturally competent, primary medical, dental and behavioral health care services to patients whether or not they have medical insurance.
Central Behavioral Health, or Central, is a non-profit community behavioral health center in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, providing service to more than 6,000 individuals and families through more than 25 specialized programs. These programs cover a full spectrum of behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Through compassionate and evidenced-based treatments Central helps individuals and families work through life transitions, crises, and behavioral health and co-occurring symptoms associated with mental health disorders. Most of all, Central can help you regain hope and feel the empowerment that you need to move forward on your road to recovery. Call today to schedule an appointment. All calls are confidential.
Also known as, the Treatment Referral Routing Service, this Helpline provides 24-hour free and confidential treatment referral and information about mental and/or substance use disorders, prevention, and recovery in English and Spanish. Phone: 1-800-662-HELP
LIHEAP is the federal program that provides financial assistance to needy households for home energy bills. In Pennsylvania, the Department of Human Services administers the LIHEAP program. The LIHEAP program provides both cash and crisis benefits to low-income households. Cash benefits help low-income customers pay for their home energy needs while crisis payments help meet emergency home energy situations. Phone: (800) 692-7380