|Beaver County Association for the Blind - Free Eye Clinic||Get glasses for as little as $46 w/ current prescription , we offer free vision screenings. We offer a FREE vision clinic only 1 x per year. We also offer adult and children vision and eye safety education.||Beaver||Beaver County Association for the Blind||Beaver County Association for the Blind|
|Blair/Clearfield Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired Glasses||Provides low-cost glasses to the public.||Blair||Blair/Clearfield Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired Altoona Office||Blair/Clearfield Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired|
|Central Susquehanna Sight Services - Eye Wear||Low cost eye wear is available to income eligible residents that do not have insurance covering eye care/wear. This service does not include contact lenses.||Northumberland||Central Susquehanna Sight Services - Blindness Prevention||Central Susquehanna Sight Services|
|Chambersburg Noontime Lion's Club||The Chambersburg Noontime Lion's Club offers assistance with obtaining eye glasses. Applicants will need to contact the Sight Conservation Coordinator at (717)263-1752 to obtain an application.
Chambersburg Noontime Lion's Club assist with those who live in Chambersburg, Fayetteville, Pond Bank, and St Thomas areas. Waynesboro, Greencastle, Mercersburg, Fort Loudon, and Shippensburg have their own clubs where those residents can apply for the assistance.||Franklin||Chambersburg Noontime Lion's Club||Chambersburg Noontime Lion's Club|
|Community Health Net - Daniel S. Snow, M.D. Health Center - Eye Care||Provides general vision services.||Erie||Community Health Net - Daniel S. Snow, M.D. Health Center||Community Health Net|
|Eyewear Shoppe||Visual Reading Aids for visually impaired people in Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry counties.||Cumberland||Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania||Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania|
|Lions Club - Lancaster/Lebanon||Raises funds to support local community service organizations. Offer financial support to anyone needing sight related services either through the club or the Lions International.||Lancaster||Lions Club International||Lions Club International|
|Lions Clubs International||Lions Club is an international service-oriented network of men and women who work together to answer the needs of communities in the US and abroad. Donated eyeglasses are recycled and distributed around the world. Eyeglass donation boxes can be found at many stores and eye doctor's offices. Lions Eye Health Program is a public awareness program to promote early detection and treatment of glaucoma and diabetic eye disease and appropriate treatment for low vision.
Local Lions Clubs may sponsor various programs, such as assistance for the purchase of eyeglasses, hearing aids or other health-related services, as well as providing scholarships or other educational needs.
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|Northside Common Ministries - Eye Glasses Clinic||There will be a free eye clinic (includes free glasses) on site at Northside Common Ministries.
May 7th, 9:00am to 2:00pm||Allegheny||Northside Common Ministries||Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania|
|NuVisions Center - Corrective Eye Care||Through Corrective Eye Care, a person with no other means and no insurance coverage for eye care, can obtain an eye exam and/or eyeglasses.
We authorize an EYE exam FOR A CLIENT once in a twelve-month period and prescription lenses once in a twelve-month period provided there is a change in the prescription. Frames are authorized once in a twenty-four month period. Only the doctor requests on the prescription are authorized - no personally desired add-ons are allowed. Participants may not upgrade to more expensive eyeglass frames or lens treatments by paying the difference.||Mifflin||NuVisions Center||NuVisions Center|
|OneSight Community Eye Care - LensCrafters||Helps people who cannot afford or do not have access to eye care by providing in-store and mobile vision care outreach programs. OneSight’s volunteer doctors and employees provide free eye care and new eyewear to those in need through LensCrafter and other participating retail stores. OneSight accepts donations of gently used eyewear including prescription eyewear and non-prescription sunglasses to be distributed at global vision clinics.
Services provided at locations across North America, including Pennsylvania counties||OneSight Community Eye Care||OneSight|
|Rainbow Kitchen Community Services - Eyeglasses||Provides eye exams and glasses for individuals without insurance.||Allegheny||Rainbow Kitchen Community Services||Rainbow Kitchen Community Services|
|Salvation Army Western Pennsylvania - Payne Glasses||Provides eyeglasses for individuals and families in need.||Allegheny||Glasses||Salvation Army Western Pennsylvania Division|
|Services to Visually Impaired/Blind||Access Technology Training: Introduces people who are blind or visually impaired to computer software and the internet and advance computer skills. Evaluation of low video magnifier, vision aids and store on site.
Production: Provides employment to people with disabilities (minimum wage).
Radio Reading: Individuals who are print reading impaired receive news, information, broadcasts of special events and other programming. Reading and recording of information for individuals. Also do Braille production.
Prevention: Preschool vision and hearing screening for children ages 3-5. Adult screenings at businesses, civic organiztions, health fairs. Public awareness presentations. Free eye care and glasses for those who meet financial guidelines.||Dauphin||Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania||Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania|
|Sight Center of NWPA - Vision Screenings/Rehabilitation||Provides vision screenings and vision rehabilitation services including a low vision evaluation. The Sight Center helps those who are uninsured or under-insured and need glasses get the vision care they need.||Erie||Sight Center of NWPA||Sight Center of NWPA|
|Somerset County Blind Center Glasses||Program that helps pay for and provide corrective lenses for people who have vision impairment||Somerset||Somerset County Blind Center||Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh|
|Stroudsburg Lions Club||Local chapter of charitable and service organization that raises funds for a variety of community services, most notably they offer a low or no cost eyeglass program.||Monroe||Lions Club International||Lions Club International|
|Venango County Association for the Blind - Reduced-Cost Glasses||Program to provide reduced-cost glasses for individuals that fall within financial range of the program parameters, and have no applicable insurance that pays toward frames or lenses. All requests must be made to the Agency prior to ordering glasses. No assistance is provided for glasses that have been pre-ordered.||Venango||Venango County Association for the Blind||Venango County Association for the Blind|
|Veterans Health Administration - Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services||The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) implements the medical assistance program of the VA through the administration and operation of numerous VA Medical Centers (VAMC), Outpatient Clinics (OPC), Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC), and VA Community Living Centers (VA Nursing Home) Programs.
VA's Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is responsible for the national policies and programs for medical rehabilitation, prosthetic and sensory aids services that promote the health, independence and quality of life for Veterans with disabilities.
Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is comprised of national programs for: Audiology and Speech Pathology; Blind Rehabilitation; Chiropractic Care; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service; and, Recreation Therapy. Special programs include Polytrauma/Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) System of Care, Amputation System of Care, and Blind Rehabilitation Care Continuum.
Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services provides program and policy direction for over 8,000 rehabilitation care and prosthetic services providers. Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is committed to providing the highest quality, comprehensive, interdisciplinary care; the most advanced medical devices and products that are commercially available; and, promoting advancements in rehabilitative care and evidence-based treatment.||United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services||United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration|
|Westmoreland County Area Agency on Aging Reduced Rate Vision Centers for Seniors||The Vision Center provides a dilated eye examination and eyeglasses at a reduced fee.
An optometrist performs the eye examination, which includes screening for glaucoma and cataracts. A consumer can receive an eye examination every year. Eyeglasses are available every year if the consumer’s prescription changes. If there is no change in the prescription, eyeglasses are available every 2 years.
The Vision Center does not provide medical treatment for eye problems. If a medical problem is suspected, the consumer is referred to an ophthalmologist in the community.||Westmoreland||Westmoreland County Area Agency on Aging Reduced Rate Vision Centers for Seniors||Westmoreland County Area Agency on Aging|