Housing and Transportation

Welcome to the Housing and Transportation section of the NAMI PA, Main Line Guide to Resources for People with Mental Illness and Their Families. (Click here to return to the Guide to Resources table of contents.)

This webpage provides searchable tables that list:

When available, contact information and a description of services is provided for organizations in Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and selected online resources. For information for other counties in Pennsylvania go to www.pa.networkofcare.org.

Please visit our webpage, Housing Option for People with Mental Illness for more information.

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Housing

This table includes information on different housing options for individuals with mental illness. Unfortunately, housing for low income individuals with mental illness is in very short supply and waiting lists can be long, so it is helpful to apply as early as possible.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Housing Resources in Bucks Countywww.bucks.pa.networkofcare.org/mh/services/advanced-search.aspx?k=Housing
Housing Resources in Chester Countywww.connectpoints.orgAn assessment program that provides emergency shelter and housing resources to those facing homelessness and housing insecurity.
Housing Resources in Delaware Countywww.delaware.pa.networkofcare.org/mh/services/advanced-search.aspx?k=Housing
Access Services500 Office Center Dr, Suite 100, Fort Washington, PA 19034. Ph: 215.540.2150 or 800.793.2150www.accessservices.orgSpecialized family living, host family living for adults, children and teens, respite care, supported individual living program.
Advocates for Human Potential, Inc490B Boston Post Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776. Ph: 978.443.0055www.ahpnet.comConsulting and Research firm which aims to improve health and human services systems of care and business operations so that full potential can be reached.
Bethesda Project: My Brother's House609 S 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146www.bethesdaproject.org/housing-and-supports/beaconA Safe Haven program offering pre-recovery housing and an array of supportive services to 20 vulnerable men with chronic mental illness and substance abuse problems
Bethesda Project: Bethesda Bainbridge700 S 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146www.bethesdaproject.org/housing-and-supports/permanentPermanent single room occupancy (SRO) housing for 30 men with histories of addiction and/or mental illness.
Bethesda Project: Connelly House1212 Ludlow St, Philadelphia, PA 19107www.bethesdaproject.org/housing-and-supports/permanentHousing for 79 men and women operated in partnership with Project H.O.M.E.  Bethesda Project provides SRO housing for 24 men in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. 
Bethesda Project: Bethesda North Broad722 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19130www.bethesdaproject.org/housing-and-supports/permanentPermanent SRO housing for 49 men and women with histories of addiction and/or mental illness.
Bethesda Project: Bethesda Spruce1110 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA 19107www.bethesdaproject.org/housing-and-supports/permanentPermanent SRO housing for 16 women who cope with chronic mental illness.
Bethesda Project: Domenic House1628-30 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146www.bethesdaproject.org/housing-and-supports/permanentA six unit apartment building that serves as subsidized housing for seven formerly homeless men and women.
Bethesda Project: Sanctuary816 S 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19146www.bethesdaproject.org/housing-and-supports/permanentPermanent SRO housing for 16 men in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Carelink Community Support Services3520 Darby Rd, Havertown, PA 19041. Ph: 610.527.7131www.carelinkservices.orgAdministrative Office. Call this number for all CareLink opportunities.
Carelink Community Support Services18 S Sycamore Ave, Clifton Heights, PA 19018. Ph: 610.622.8083. www.carelinkservices.org/index.php/services/residential/Transition Age CRR for men and women ages 18-22 from DELCO with mental illness. Self-contained residence and scattered apartments.
Carelink Full Care CRR338 A Hollis Ave, Crum Lynne, PA 19022. Ph: 610.833.5360www.carelinkservices.org/index.php/services/residential/full-care/Full Care CRR assists individuals with mental illness improve skills for independent living and community involvement.
Carelink ALP409 Charmont Avenue, Folcroft, PA 19032. Ph: 610.583.6569www.carelinkservices.orgAssisted Living Program for people with mental illness.
Carelink Torrey House3520 Darby Rd, Haverford, PA 19041. Ph: 610.527.7131www.carelinkservices.org/index.php/services/residential/personal-care-home/Specialized Personal Care Home (SPCH) for people from DELCO with mental illness.
Carelink Community Support Services140 S Lansdowne Ave, Lansdowne, PA 19050. Ph: 610.626.6400www.carelinkservices.orgCommunity Residential Rehabilitation for persons with mental illness. Partial care/moderate.
Carelink Community Support Services437 Jefferson St, Media, PA 19063. Ph: 610.566.4997www.carelinkservices.orgCommunity Residential Rehabilitation for persons with mental illness and special needs.
Carelink Friendship Manor644 E High St, Pottstown, PA 19464. Ph: 610. 327.1886www.carelinkservices.orgSpecialized supportive living with psychiatric rehab services for people with mental illness. Serves people from the region.
Carelink Community Support Services920 S Providence Rd, Wallingford, PA 19086. Ph: 610.872.8141www.carelinkservices.orgSpecialized Community Residential Rehabilitation for people with mental illness. Full care/maximum.
Central Behavioral Health1100 Powell St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.277.4600www.centralbh.orgNon-profit multi-service Behavioral health facility serving children and adults.
Child Guidance Resource Centers2000 Old West Chester Pike, Havertown, PA 19083. Ph: 484.454.8700www.cgrc.orgMain Office.
Child Guidance Resource Center SCRRBoothwyn. Ph: 484. 454.8724www.cgrc.org/adult-services-specialized-community-residential-rehabilitation/Community Residential Rehabilitation for adults 18yrs and older with mental illness. Full care/Maximum.
Circle Lodge1001 Sterigere St, #15, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.275.1280CRR for Delco adults 18 years and older. Full care/maximum.
Community Action Agency of Delaware County201 West Front Street, Media, PA 19063. Ph: 610.891.5101. www.caadc.orgProvides case management, continuum of housing services: emergency shelter, transitional housing and housing for rent. Utility assistance, workforce development.
Community Action Agency of Delaware County: Darby Court Apartments896 Main Street, Darby, PA 19023. Ph: 484.494.4704. www.caadc.org27 apartments for seniors
Community Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc: Sharon Hill Commons401 Sharon Avenue, Sharon Hill, PA 19079. Ph: 484.494.4704.www.caadc.org51 apartments for families and seniors.
Community Interactions, Inc. 740 S Chester Rd, Swarthmore, PA 19081. Ph: 610.328.9008www.ciinc.orgNon-profit organization that provides person-centered support services to individuals with autism, intellectual disabilities, and dual-diagnosed behavioral health challenges. Offers group homes and independent living.
Creative Health Services11 Robinson St, Pottstown, PA 19464. Ph: 484.941.0500. www.creativehs.orgMain treatment center.
Creative Health Services CRR360 King St, Pottstown, PA 19464. Ph: 610.326.8712. www.creativehs.orgCommunity Residential Rehabilitation Program.
Creative Health Services81 South Keim St, Pottstown, PA 19464. Ph: 610.970.9767. www.creativehs.orgIntensive Supportive Living Facility.
Developmental Enterprises Corporation333 E Airy St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.277.3122www.decmc.orgSpecialized housing, Supporting Living Services and Community homes.
Devereux Pennsylvania230 Highland Avenue, Devon, PA 19333. Ph: 800.345.1292. www.devereux.orgCorporate Office
Devereux Adult Services Division139 Leopard Rd, Berwyn, PA 19312. Ph: 610.296.6800www.devereux.org/site/PageServer?pagename=penn_services_for_adultsDevereux Pennsylvania Adult Services serves nearly 400 adults living in homes and apartments located throughout southeast Pennsylvania.
Devereux Children's Behavioral Health Services: Mapleton Programs655 Sugartown Rd, Malvern, PA 19355. Ph: 800.935.6789 www.devereux.orgResidential treatment for ages 6 through 18. CBHS services include approved private schools, an acute care hospital, outpatient services, foster care, and residential treatment centers.
Devereux Children's Behavioral Health Services: Brandywine Programs160 Devereux Rd, Glenmoore, PA 19343. Ph: 800.935.6789. www.devereux.orgResidential treatment for ages 6 through 18. CBHS services include approved private schools, an acute care hospital, outpatient services, foster care, and residential treatment centers.
Devereux Children's Intellectual and Development Disabilities Services390 E Boot Rd, West Chester, PA 19380. Ph: 610.431.8100. www.devereux.orgCampus and community based residential treatment.
Devereux Pocono1547 Mill Creek Rd, Newfoundland, PA 18445. Ph: 570.839.6140. www.devereux.org/site/PageServer?pagename=pa_pocono_centerCommunity Living, Life Sharing, Community Integrated Employment and Pre-employment, Services School to Work Transition, and Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services. Ages 2 and up.
Elwyn111 Elwyn Rd, Media, PA 19063. Ph: 610.891.2000www.elwyn.orgCorporate Office and Campus Headquarters. Offers wide range of residential care facilities.
Family and Community Service of Delaware County37 N Glenwood Ave, Clifton Heights, PA 19018. Ph: 610.626.5800www.fcsdc.orgPartners with the Delaware County Housing Authority (DCHA) and provides intensive case management services to single adults or families with children who have been homeless due to participants’ mental health and/or substance abuse problems. DCHA awards selected participants with Housing Choice vouchers which provide an ongoing rental subsidy which are used to obtain an apartment. 
Family House901 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.278.0700www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=49Long-term residential treatment facility for chemically dependent women and their children. 
Gheel House and Buttonwood Farm10 Hollow Rd, Spring City, PA 19475. Ph: 610.495.7871. www.spiritofgheel.orglong-term mental health facility with private residences.
Grove House230 Fitzwaterown Rd, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Ph: 215.706.4330www.iclinc.net/search-results/pennsyvlania-icl-grove-house/15 bed transitional community rehabilitation residence
Growth Horizons Inc, Horsham132 Welsh Rd, Suite 150, Horsham, PA 19044. Ph: 215.706.2068www.growthhorizons.orgResidential services and supports to assist adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Growth Horizons Inc, Levittown1981 Hartel St, Levittown, PA 19057. Ph: 215.945.9005www.growthhorizons.orgServices and supports in agency-owned or rented homes, apartments, and individual owned homes.
Hedwig House, Inc 1920 Old York Rd, Abington, PA 19001. Ph: 215.659.2453www.hedwighouse.orgHedwig House Special Housing Services work in conjunction with Montgomery County Office of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities as well as Montgomery County's "Your Way Home." Through rental subsidy programs, Special Housing Services enable individuals with mental illness and families to find and maintain safe and affordable housing.
Hedwig House, Inc 1717 Swede Rd, Suite 114, Blue Bell, PA 19422. www.hedwighouse.orgHedwig House Special Housing Services work in conjunction with Montgomery County Office of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities as well as Montgomery County's "Your Way Home." Through rental subsidy programs, Special Housing Services enable in
Hedwig House, Inc 2506 N Broad St, Suite 200, Colmar, PA 18915. Ph: 610.592.5744www.hedwighouse.orgHedwig House Special Housing Services work in conjunction with Montgomery County Office of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities as well as Montgomery County's "Your Way Home." Through rental subsidy programs, Special Housing Services enable in
Hedwig House, Inc 109 Jenkins Ave, Lansdale, PA 19446. Ph: 215.362.2887www.hedwighouse.orgHedwig House Special Housing Services work in conjunction with Montgomery County Office of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities as well as Montgomery County's "Your Way Home." Through rental subsidy programs, Special Housing Services enable in
Holcomb Behavioral Health467 Creamery Way, Exton, PA 19341. Ph: 610.363.1488.www.chimes.org/holcomb9 locations in Pennsylvania. CRR, personal home care, group homes and respite care.
Horizon House120 S 30th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. Ph: 215.386.3838www.hhinc.orgCommunity-based, non-profit organization that provides rehabilitation, treatment, and support services to individuals with mental illness, mental retardation, drug and alcohol addiction and/or homelessness.
Horizon House Chester County Services825 Paoli Pike, West Chester, PA 19380. Ph: 610.918.4907www.hhinc.orgFull Care CRR as well as Support Living Arrangement
Horizon House Delaware County Services1601 Parklane Rd, Upper Level, Swarthmore, PA 19081. Ph: 610.328.2165. www.hhinc.orgSeveral housing options available. See below for locations.
Horizon House Montgomery County Services610 Dekalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.279.5050www.hhinc.org
Horizon House- Providence House2300 Providence Ave, Chester, PA 19013. Ph: 610.876.2403. www.hhinc.org/AdminHome.asp?ArticleID=321Supportive housing, specialized residence.
Horizon House- Prospect Park800 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, PA 19076 Ph: 610.713.2365www.hhinc.org/AdminHome.asp?ArticleID=320Full Care CRR
Horizon House- LansdowneLansdowne Ph: 610.713.2365www.hhinc.org/AdminHome.asp?ArticleID=320Supported Living Service consisting of clustered apartments with on-site staff.
Horizon House- Chester Springs9 Pine Dr, Chester Springs, PA 19425. Ph: 610.827.9657www.hhinc.orgCRR
Housing Authority of Chester County30 W Barnard St, West Chester, PA 19382. Ph: 610.436.9200www.haccnet.orgHousing Choice Voucher Program, Ongoing rent assistance for low income people and public housing.
Housing Authority of Delaware County1855 Constitution Avenue, Woodlyn, PA 19094. Ph: 610.876.2521www.dcha1.orgHousing Choice Voucher Program, federally funded, offering government subsidized vouchers for Delco renters.
Housing Authority of Montgomery County104 W Main St, Suite 1, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.275.5720. www.montcoha.orgVariety of housing programs to provide safe, decent and affordable housing for low to moderate income individuals and families, the elderly and disabled.
1260 Housing Development Corporation1704 N 16th St, Philadelphia, PA 19121. Ph: 267.319.1492. www.pmhcc.org/index.php/programs/1260-housing-development-corporationOffers permanent, affordable and independent housing for people with behavioral health issues.
Jefferson Apartaments/Jefferson East Apartments1514 W Marshall St, Norristown, PA 19043. Ph: 610.539.4844Offers section 202 housing for the elderly.
Kelsch Associates319 N Pottstown Pike, Suite 305, Exton, PA 19341. Ph: 610.363.0920. www.kelschassociates.orgPrograms for adults with mental illness and or developmental diabilities, including Support Living Arrangements and Community Residential Rehabilitation Services in Chester County, and day support centers.
Keystone Human Services124 Pine St, Harrisburg, PA 17101. Ph: 717.232.7509www.keystonehumanservices.orgCase management, supportive living, CRR, domiciliary care, specialized community residence and structured residential services.
Lamb Foundation114 N Main St, North Wales, PA 19454. Ph: 215.699.5600www.lamfoundationpa.orgPersonal home care, affordable housing and services to seniors and adults with mental, physical and developmental disabilities who would otherwise be homeless.
Liberty House100 Liberty House Lane, Phoenixville, PA 19460. Ph: 610.983.0900www.pennrose.com/apartments/pennsylvania/liberty-house/Special needs community. CRR.
New Foundations1029 County Line Rd, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. Ph: 610.527.3411. www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=93Group Homes for adults with mental illness. Also offered is a Young Adult Learning Environment for additional educational, vocational, and social supports for 18-22 year olds.
New Options1000 Sandy Hill Rd, Suite 165, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.239.8500. www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=94Two sites: Powell St and Butler Pike. Powell St is a licensed personal care home for elderly individuals with mental health challenges. Butler Pike site focuses on gaining independence, working in the community and finding independent housing.
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery- Mt Trexlor Manor5201 St. Joseph's Rd, Limeport, PA 18060. Ph: 610.965.9021.www.newvitaewellness.comShared and private occupance rooms. Library, learning center and consumer-run store and meals served in dining hall. Can accommodated people with special psychiatric and medical needs.
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery- Quakertown House219 E Broad St, Quakertown, PA 18951. Ph: 215.538.2424www.newvitaewellness.comRestored Mansion in Quakertown. Nurses, physicians, and a psychiatrist visit regularly. Social workers provide therapy and case management. A teacher directs education endeavors. A recreation therapist organizes activities and recreation programs. Capacity of 65.
New Vitae Wellness and Recovery- Pathways138 E Broad St, Quakertown, PA 18951. Ph: 215.538.8863www.newvitaewellness.comHomes and apartments shared by a small number of service participants with 24/7 staffing as well as supported independent apartments. Pathways provides assistance to residents who have developed their independent living skills and are looking for increased independence within the community. 
Northwestern Human Services (NHS)620 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444. Ph: 610.260.4600www.nhsonline.orgAdminstrative Office
NHS Lansdale400 N Broad St, Lansdale, PA 19466. Ph: 215.855.0780www.nhsonline.orgCRR for children and adults as well as substance use disorder services.
NHS Upland Woods900 Main St, #1, Brookhaven, PA 19015. Ph: 610.876.7511www.nhsonline.orgLong-term structured residence.
NHS Chester503 N Walnut Rd, Suite 335, Kennett Square, PA 19348www.nhsonline.orgBehavioral Health Services, substance use disorders
NHS Sharon Hill800 Chester Pike, Sharon Hill, PA 19079. Ph: 610.534.3636www.nhsonline.orgBehavioral Health Services, substance use disorders
NHS Colmar2506 N Broad St, Suite 200, Colmar, PA 18915. Ph: 215.716.9001www.nhsonline.orgBehavioral Health Services for Children
NHS Lansdale200 N Chestnut St, Lansdale, PA 19446. Ph: 215.716.9001www.nhsonline.orgBehavioral Health for Adults
Penn Assisted Care68 Main St, Pennsburg, PA 18073. Ph: 267.923.5381www.pennassistedcare.comLicensed personal care home providing full range of personal care services with the availability of professional medical care from third party providers. Home accommodates up to 33 residents.
Penn Foundation807 Lawn Avenue, Sellersville, PA 18960. Ph: 215.257.6551www.pennfoundation.orgSupported Housing ranging from 24 hour support to independent, subsidized housing.
Positive Resolutions1000 Sandy Hill Rd, Suite 165, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.239.8500. www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=119Supported Living.
Project Home1515 Fairmount Avenie, Philadelphia, PA 19130. Ph: 215.232.7272 (Main Office) Ph: 215.232.1984 (Homeless Outreach Hotline)www.projecthome.orgSupportive housing programs that offer permanent, subsidized housing for individuals or families who are homeless. 15 locations. Also offers adult education and employment training.
Project TransitionOne Highland Dr, Chalfont, PA 18914. Ph: 215.997.1550. www.projecttransition.comProject Transition’s residential programs provide daily therapeutic treatment and psychiatric rehabilitation services to support the recovery of members. Each program is comprised of approximately 30 members who live in apartments within the same complex. Up to three roommates share a furnished apartment. Job training, substance abuse counseling, ongoing psychiatric treatment, social network building and psycho-educational training is offered.
Resources for Human Development4700 Wissahickon Avenue, Suite 126, Philadelphia, PA 19144. Ph: 215.951.0300. www.rhd.orgProvides multiple housing arrangements. Offers more than 160 programs in 15 states to empower people of all abilities. Supported Adult Living Teams (SALT) help people with severe mental illness gain independence.
Salisbury Behavioral Health300 Welsh Rd, Bldg #4, Suite 100, Horsham, PA 19044. Ph: 215.884.5566www.salisb.comLong Term Structured Residence, personal care homes, supported living, CRR.
Tikvah Ajmi2100 Arch St, 7th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Ph: 215.832.0671www.tikvahajmi.comLong term housing
Tikvah ResidenceDrexel Hill, Ph: 267.350.8600www.jevshumanservices.org/programs/adult-residential-Affordable housing for people with mental health needs.
Vika Home3 Lindenwold Terrace, Ambler, PA 19002. Ph: 215.646.3853www.thevikahome.weebly.com/index.htmlAssisted living facility that provides residential and personalized support services to older adults and those who need assistance with activities of daily living but DO NOT need skilled medical care.
Vision QuestPh: 610.486.2280www.vq.comCommunity based and residential programs for troubled youth
Womanspace120 Ardmore Ave, Ardmore, PA 19003. Ph: 610.649.4270www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=184Residential treatment program for chemically dependent women.

Shelters

See below for a list of temporary and emergency shelters. There is a horizontal scroll bar at the bottom of the table that you may need to use to see all columns.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Bethesda Project- Our Brothers' Place907 Hamilton St, Philadelphia, PA 19123. Ph: 215.986.1600www.bethesdaproject.orgEmergency shelter for 149 homeless men providing three meals a day and supportive services, including referrals to housing and treatment programs.
Chester County Department of Community Development601 Westtown Rd, Suite 365, West Chester, PA 19380. Ph: 610.344.6900www.chesco.org/204/Community-DevelopmentContinuum of support for homeless families and individuals in Chester County; many local homeless assistance resources, including emergency shelters, transitional housing, and supportive services.
Community Action Agency of Delaware County1414 Meetinghouse Rd, Boothwyn, PA 19061. Ph: 610.874.8451. www.caadc.orgCAADC is the primary provider of emergency housing to homeless families and individuals in Delaware County. Shelters in 3 Delaware County locations: two in Chester and one in Upper Darby.
Connect-by-Night7200 Chestnut St, Upper Darby, PA 19082. Ph: 267.507.3850Provides information, referral and emergency shelter to homeless in Delaware County.
Halfway There538 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.272.8067. www.montgomery.pa.networkofcare.org/mh/services/agency.aspx?pid=MentalHealthAssociationHalfwayThere_801_2_0Housing and case-management for homeless in Montgomery County who have a mental illness.
Horizon House/PATHMain Office Ph: 215.386.3838www.hhinc.orgHorizon House and PATH provide Delaware County homeless outreach services to 18+ MISA Adults
Laurel HouseP.O Box764 Norristown, PA 19404. Ph: 610.277.1860www.laurel-house.orgEmergency domestic violence shelter for abused women and their children in Montgomery County. Individual and group counseling and advocacy. Transitional Housing.
Montgomery County Emergency Shelterswww.montgomery.pa.networkofcare.
org/mh/services/subcategory.aspx?tax=BH-1800
Progress Haven2260 N 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Ph: 215.232.3281www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=124Provides housing and transition services to chronically homeless couples with mental illness or co-occurring disorders.
Safe Harbor of Chester County20 N Matlock St, West Chester, PA 19380. Low demand, emergency shelter for homeless men and women with mental illness or substance abuse who do not qualify for other area shelters.
Salvation Army of West Chester101 E Market St, West Chester, PA 19380. Ph: 610.696.8746www.salvationarmywestchester.orgHomeless shelter and assistance.
SAMSHA5600 Fishers Ln, Rockville, MD 20857. Ph: 1.877.726.4727www.samhsa.gov/homelessness-programs-resourcesProvides information and assistance for people who are homeless and have mental and/or substance abuse disorders.

Transportation

This table shows a list of transportation providers in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Bucks County TransportPO Box 510, Holicong, PA 18928. Ph: 888.795.0740.www.bctransport.orgBucks County bus public transportation, shared ride program, medical assistance transportation, and transportation for persons with disabilities.
Bux-Mont Transportation Services Co726 Fitzwatertown Rd, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Ph: 215.659.0245. www.buxmonttrans.comTaxi service, senior transportation, shuttle service.
Community Transit of Delaware County206 Eddystone Ave, Crum Lynne, PA 19022. Ph: 610.490.3960www.ctdelco.orgReduced fare for Delaware County residents with Mental Illness.
Eldernet of Lower Merion and Narberth9 S Bryn Mawr Ave, Bryn Mawr 19010. Ph: 610.525.0706www.eldernetonline.orgVolunteers provide rides and escort frail or disabled persons to medical appointments, shopping and other necessary trips.
Medical Assistance Transportation ProgramDelco- Ph: 610.490.3960. Montco-Ph: 215.542.7433. Chesco- Ph: 484.696.3854www.matp.pa.govEach Pennsylvania county provides transportation for people who have Medicaid. Contact your county office if you need help getting transportation.
Rainbow Cab Inc.549 S Bolmar St, West Chester, PA 19382. Ph: 610.696.6060www.rainbowcab.comMember of Taxicab, Limousine and Paratransit Association, discounted Senior share ride.
Rover Community Transportation1002 S Chestnut St, Downingtown, PA 19335. Ph: 484.696.3854www.krapfscoaches.com/roverProvided by Krapf Bus for all CHESCO residents. Special rates or waivers for Medical/Disabled persons.
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation (SEPTA)1234 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Ph: 215.580.7800. www.septa.orgPublic transportation services in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia County; bus, subway, high speed rail, trolley , Regional Rail and Paratransit. Reduced fares for seniors or disabled.
Transnet980 Harvest Dr, Suite 100, Blue Bell, PA 19422. Ph: 215.542.7433www.suburbantransit.orgMember of Taxicab, Limousine and Paratransit Association. Specialized transportation services for MONTCO residents with Medical/Mental disabilities.
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