Information services about transportation, health care, insurance and various issues affecting senior citizens are available at several locations in the region, including senior centers and hospitals.
Seniors in need of assistance with filling out Medicare and other health insurance forms can get help from APPRISE, an insurance counseling program, through the Office of Aging. Seniors with income less than $19,200 per year may be eligible to receive auto registration for $10. Seniors may be eligible for PACE if the total family income for last year was less than $14,500 for singles and $17,700 for couples.
Seniors also may be eligible for a rent or property tax rebate benefit offered through the state lottery.
Seniors age 65 or older are eligible to register for senior transportation service using River Valley Transit and Lycoming-Clinton Transportation Services.