|ACHIEVA Respite Care||Trained caregivers provide respite care, sitter, homemaker, and companion services, in-home and out-of-home, for a period of three hours to 30 days. Siblings may be included.||Allegheny||ACHIEVA||ACHIEVA|
|Alleghenies Unlimited Care Providers Respite Care||Provides a brief period of relief or rest for family members, guardians or others who are regular caregivers for dependent adults or children.||Cambria||Alleghenies Unlimited Care Providers||Alleghenies Unlimited Care Providers|
|Charles Morris Nursing & Rehab Center||Long and short-term skilled and intermediate nursing care, respite care (3 days to 3 months), convalescent care, personal care, and rehabilitation. Full medical coverage including a medical director, primary care physicians, and a full range of consulting||Allegheny||Jewish Association on Aging||Jewish Association on Aging|
|Faith in Action||Volunteers for area congregations and the community provide informal supportive services for the elderly, frail, and disabled. Services include visiting, respite care, errands, grocery shopping, transportation, minor home repairs, light house or yard work and some meal preparation.||Adams||Adams County Office for Aging||Adams County Office for Aging|
|Meadow View Nursing Center Respite Care||Temporary care for disabled individuals in order to provide a respite for their caregivers.||Somerset||Meadow View Nursing Center Respite Care||Meadow View Nursing Center|
|Mercy Behavioral Health - Journey Home||Long Term Structured Residence (LTSR): Journey Home LTSR is a 16 bed mental health residential treatment program that provides treatment and rehabilitation services in a structured environment for adults with a severe or chronic mental health need.||Allegheny||Mercy Behavioral Health||Pittsburgh Mercy Health System|
|PA Connecting Communities||Home and community habilitation services, companion services, respite, and custom designed activities for individuals of all ages who have special needs. Home and Community services to assist individuals in acquiring, retaining, and improving self help, social skills and adaptive skills. Offers customized designed classes on topics such as: Remedial Education and Training, Life and Independent Living Skills, Health and Wellness, Visual and Performing Arts, Leisure Activities.||Allegheny||PA Connecting Communities||PA Connecting Communities|
|PA Connecting Communities - Respite Care||Serves the disability community||Allegheny||PA Connecting Communities||PA Connecting Communities|
|Pennsylvania Mentor - Lifesharing||Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in the community of their choice in the private family home of their Lifesharing providers. People in our Lifesharing program are able to participate to the best of their abilities in everday activities of home and family life. They can learn new skills, discover new hobbies, and explore their community–all while receiving the supports they need.||Washington||Pennsylvania Mentor||Mentor Network|
|Senior Living||As a resident, your new apartment home gives you privacy, comfort, and the added security of an easily accessible emergency communication system. You’ll find ample closet space, a large bathroom, housekeeping, and linen services. Each apartment includes a full complement of furniture, blinds, and bed linens. You can also choose to furnish your own apartment to make it feel just like home.||Franklin||Magnolias of Chambersburg||Magnolias of Chambersburg|
|Skills of Central PA Blair County Adult Respite Care||Provide a brief period of rest or relief for family members, guardians or others who are regular caregivers for dependent adults by offering temporary or intermittent care for the adult with intellectual disabilities in a community setting/facility||Blair||Skills of Central PA Blair County||Skills of Central Pennsylvania Inc.|
|SUN Home Hospice Care Center||The SUN Home Hospice Care Center provides a comfortable alternative for SUN Home Hospice patients who are experiencing issues in pain and symptom control or who are in need of respite care. This higher level of care can be provided in a more controlled setting, yet still maintain a comfortable, homelike atmosphere. The unit offers 6 private patient rooms, a family room, meditation room, and kitchen. During times of crisis, the unit will provide the family with relief from the role of sole caregiver. The unit is also appropriate for respite stays; for example, if the caregiver will be out of town for a few days or is in need of relief from the role of sole caregiver.
Overnight accommodations are available for family members to stay with their loved ones. There are no age or time restrictions for visitation and small pets are always welcome. Patient care in the unit is provided 24 hours-a-day by a variety of SUN Home Hospice staff members.
||Perry||Sun Home Health & Hospice||SUN Home Health & Hospice |
|The Manor at Susquehanna Village||Comprehensive nursing and rehabilitative services - Medicare and Medicaid certified. Respite care, physical, occupational and speech therapies||Dauphin||The Manor at Susquehanna Village||The Manor at Susquehanna Village|
|United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Caregiver Support Coordinator||Through VA's Caregiver Support Line and Caregiver Support Coordinators, you can find the support you need to provide the Veteran you care for with the best care at home.
Your local Caregiver Support Coordinator can support you by matching you with services for which you are eligible such as:
Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) Centers,
Home-Based Primary Care,
Skilled Home Care,
Homemaker and Home Health Aide Program,
Home Hospice Care.
||United States Department of Veterans Affairs||United States Department of Veterans Affairs|
|Woods at Cedar Run||Senior community offering independent apartments, assisted living, respite care.||Cumberland||The Woods at Cedar Run||The Woods at Cedar Run|
|YAP - Respite Services||The In-Home Respite program is designed to give the family a break. The Advocate takes the child out
in the community or provides services at home in order to give the family breaks.
The Advocate will work on any treatment goals and transition from other services that the child may have
(TSS, outpatient, etc).||Lancaster||Youth Advocate Program - Lancaster||Youth Advocate Programs, Inc. (YAP)|