Corporate Office
210 North Fifth Street
Reading, PA 19601

Phone: 610-376-0010
TTY: 610-288-2301
Toll Free: 888-376-0120

News

Giving Tuesday November 29th

Join AIM in the worldwide #GivingTuesday movement and the local #GivingTuesdayBerks effort to help redefine the giving spirit this holiday season! Visit www.abilitiesinmotion.org and click the yellow DONATION button starting today till the end of the year to make a difference! Please repost and share with others so that you can inspire others to do the same. Donating in someone’s name is a great idea for a holiday gift this year. Call Shelly with any questions. It's easy, it's fast and it feels good to help others in your community! 610-376-0010 x142.

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For eligible Pennsylvanians with disabilities—Get an iPad Air, iPad mini or iPod touch for telecommunication AT NO CHARGE!

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Mental Health Resources

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Mid Penn Legal has a new intake phone number

Effective Wednesday, May 13, 2015, MIDPENN LEGAL SERVICES will be expanding its coordinated intake procedure for new applicants to Berks County. Coordinated Intake is intended to provide a more consistent and timely determination of client eligibility and to quickly connect the eligible client with a MidPenn attorney or paralegal to address their legal problem.

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PA DHS Launches System for Reporting Abuse of Adults with Disabilities

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Department of Justice Unveils New On-line Americans with Disabilities Act Complaint Form

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Clearing the Curb Cuts and Sidewalks in Reading

Citizens Services Center is accepting calls for impassable curb cuts or sidewalks within the Ciry of Reading.

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Seniors Center Charity Mail Scam

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RAWA Hardship Program

Readng Area Water Authority has a hardship program available to homeowners.

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Free Lead Assessment

The Lead Hazard Control Program (LHCP) creates lead-safe home environments for low-income families with children under age six. This program is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The LHCP assesses high-risk homes for the purpose of making them lead-safe.

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