Our Mission: To improve the quality of life for older Philadelphians and those with disabilities and to assist them in achieving their greatest possible levels of health, independence and productivity.

our community counts on us

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More than 2.3 million tasty, nutritious meals were served to older adults at senior community centers and satellite meal sites or delivered to seniors’ homes.
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Transportation programs sponsored by PCA provided seniors with more than 270,000 rides.
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Nearly 4,300 reports of suspected abuse, neglect and financial exploitation of seniors, and more than 1,300 reports for individuals 18-59, were received by PCA’s Older Adult Protective Services unit.
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PCA provided service coordination, or care management, to more than 20,000 seniors through Pennsylvania’s Aging Waiver, Options, caregiver support, protective services and other programs.
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PCA’s long-term care staff conducted more than 37,000 initial and follow-up assessments of people referred to PCA for long-term care services.
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The Emergency Fund provided more than $184,000 in crisis assistance to 1,613 low-income seniors for necessities such as home heating fuel and medical expenses.
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PCA Helpline staff answered 525 calls per day, helping more than 128,000 people by providing information, scheduling assessments, and connecting callers with programs and services.
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