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Meals on Wheels


For many Americans, Meals on Wheels is literally the difference between remaining in their own homes and needing to relocate to a nursing facility. The nutritious meal, friendly visit and safety check help them cope with three of the biggest threats of aging: hunger, isolation and loss of independence. Research proves that when seniors have the right support, they gain greater quality of life, need fewer hospital stays and live longer. Meals on Wheels serves individuals who are unable to prepare their own food because of physical limitations. A home visit is required to determine eligibility, and if found eligible, arrangements are made to have meals delivered to the individual’s home. At Berks Encore, we aim to serve everyone in need of home-delivered meals. The Meals on Wheels program provides not just a nutritious meal, but also a check in by a volunteer. Meals are packed in each of our six centers to help save time, money, and other valuable resources. Our centers also provide congregate meals to seniors who are not homebound, yet unable to prepare their own meals. Everyone age 60+ is invited to enjoy a hot nutritious meal while in a social environment at one of our community centers.

Meals on Wheels Eligibility Guidelines

There are conditions of need and requirements for service to be eligible to participate in the Meals on Wheels program. Consumers applying for the Meals on Wheels program must be 60+ and must be homebound by illness, handicap and/or functional disability meeting the following guidelines:
▸ Physically, emotionally, or mentally unable to prepare their own meals and/or
▸ Have no family or friends or aids available or willing on an ongoing or temporary basis, to assist with meal preparation and/or grocery shopping and/or
▸ Physically, emotionally, mentally unable to attend or has no access to a Senior Center close to home, and/or
▸ Have no cooking facilities in their home and/or
▸ Lack of resources (money) for meals and/or
▸ Currently not active with a Community Health Choice Waiver program, or Senior Life When individual circumstances do not indicate the possibility of change in status and the person must continue to receive Meals on Wheels, an annual evaluation determines and documents his/her continuing need.

Other information:

▸ There is no cost for the meals, donation of $2.50/meal is suggested. ▸ MOW is not based on income however eligibility is based on need. ▸ Meals are delivered Monday-Friday, no weekends, no major holidays ▸ The care coordinator will call for an appointment to visit and determine eligibility and to obtain and update personal information. ▸ Once a consumer is determined eligible for Meals on Wheels, the consumer is started on the program within a few days depending upon route availability.

Submit a Meals on Wheels Referral

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Medicare Counseling Services


Confused about retirement benefits? Knowing how to access and make the most of your retirement benefits is important. Berks Encore has trained PA Medi counselors and volunteers that can help you learn the basics of Medicare, how to enroll, how you can supplement your Medicare benefits, what Medicare coverage will cost and what financial assistance is available. 

What is Medicare?

Medicare is health insurance for people age 65 or older. You are eligible to sign up for Medicare three months before you turn 65. To qualify a person needs to be 65 years of age or disabled to 25 months. There is no age limit for persons with end stage renal disease or ALS.

Confused About the A,B, C’s and D’s of Medicare?

Join us for a zoom presentation. We will cover how to enroll in Medicare, how to supplement your Medicare benefits, what coverage will cost and what financial assistance may be available.
SEMINAR DATES: 4th Monday of the month at 6 p.m.
REGISTER BY CALLING: (610) 374-3195 ext. 208

New to Medicare?

Berks Encore provides ongoing support for those who are new to Medicare. We offer in-person meetings, phone counseling or zoom presentations. Please contact us for more information (610) 374-3195 ext. 208.

Services Available from Berks Encore

Be confident about aging! We can help you with the following insurance – related services:

→ Medicare
→ Medicare Advantage Plans and current Medicare Costs
→ Health insurance counseling
→ Long-Term Care Insurance
→ Low Income Subsidy for Medicare Part D
→ Low Income Subsidy for Medicare Part D and Medicare Part D Savings Program
→ Medical Assistance

→ PACEplus (Prescription Assistance)
→ Supplemental Insurance/Medigap Plans
→ Produce Vouchers
→ Pennsylvania Food Stamps: Click here to download an application form
→ Rent and Property Tax Rebates
→ LIHEAP (Fuel Assistance)
→ Free Notary Service


We are here to Help You!

We helped more than 944 seniors save almost $445,000 in 2021

We helped 1340 seniors with rent and property tax rebates

We distributed produce checks to 450 seniors in 2021

We can help you too! Contact us today!

Grocery Shopping Program


Berks Encore and Redner’s Warehouse Markets are proud to offer our Grocery Shopping Program. If you are over the age of 50, and have difficulty getting to a grocery store or doing your own shopping, Berks Encore will try to find a volunteer who will do your shopping and deliver the groceries to your home on a regular basis.

ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES FOR GROCERY SHOPPING PROGRAM

(Conditions of need and requirements for service)

CLIENT ELIGIBILITY

Berks County residents 60+ must meet the following guidelines for the Grocery Shopping Program. Adults under the age of 60 that request this service due to handicap and/or functional disability must also meet the following guidelines:

• Complete a Grocery Shopping Registered Client Application. Submit Application plus $5.00* Application Fee to: Grocery Shopping Coordinator Berks Encore 40 N. 9th Street, Reading, PA 19601. *NOTE: $5.00 application fee credited toward the $5.00 handling fee for the first shopping order.

• Must be able to pay for groceries at the time the groceries are delivered • Client must not have other regular options to acquire groceries.

CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES

We make every effort to accommodate the needs of all clients. We ask that all clients abide by the following set of responsibilities so we can serve everyone.

• Please let us know if this service is needed on a temporary basis or an ongoing basis.
• Take advantage of a volunteer’s assistance on a consistent basis, to the best of your ability. If an order is not placed at least once each month, we will not be able to dedicate a volunteer for your shopping needs and cannot guarantee there will be someone available to take care of your order when requested.
• If a grocery order is not placed within three (3) months of receipt of application – you will be removed from the program and forfeit the $5.00 application fee. A new application plus $5.00 application fee is required to register for the program once removed from the program.
• Be specific when placing your grocery order, and let the volunteer know when it is okay to substitute.
• Provide full payment for the grocery purchase plus a $5.00 handling fee by writing a check payable to Berks Encore. The volunteer will give you a receipt for the grocery purchase.
• Limit your grocery order to 25 items or less each week.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The grocery shoppers are volunteers for Berks Encore. Please do not take advantage of their time and service by asking them to run additional errands for you. Volunteers are not authorized to shop for alcohol or comply with any request that could potentially put you, our client, at risk.

How to Register

Please fill and submit the online form below to register for the program. Once we are able to assign a volunteer in your area, they will contact you to discuss your shopping needs and their availability to deliver your groceries. Pay Invoice/Vendor Portal – Berks EncoreBerks Encore

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How to place a grocery order:

★ Contact our office at (610) 374-3195 ext. 219 to place an order on Monday or Thursday between 9 am and 2 pm to receive delivery that week.
★ Your volunteer shopper will call you to schedule a delivery time.
★ The volunteer will purchase the groceries at a local Redner’s Warehouse Markets location, using a Berks Encore charge card.
★ When your groceries are delivered, you pay for them with a check made out to Berks Encore, along with a $5 handling fee.
★ You can place an order weekly, or less frequently.
★ Each order will be limited to 25 items.

SNAP Recipients

The Grocery Shopping program accepts SNAP (Food Stamp) payments. Please call 610.374.3195, ext. 219 for instructions and paperwork to sign up for the program.

Why Join our Grocery Shopping Program?

“ My neighbors have been wonderful helping me, but I don’t want to ask for their help too often. This program has changed my life because now I am eating food again that I couldn’t get before and it is wonderful. Also, my volunteer is very helpful, congenial and is very interested in what I’m doing. She’s very nice and I think she enjoys helping. I thank God that there are people like her. We really need more people like her. ”

— Jeanne, grocery shopping program recipient

“ I personally enjoy bringing what little bit of time I can to share a smile and a few moments of conversation with the seniors I have the pleasure of serving, and I believe I can spare an hour or so a week to provide a friendly visit. I think the act of visiting is the most important part. I believe they really appreciate the services and knowing that someone cares about them. I truly love to give, and I always leave my visits with such a good feeling that I have left behind a moment of joy for that person, no matter how small or brief, the feelings of care and compassion linger. ”

— Kellie, grocery shopping program volunteer

If you have questions or concerns about this program, we’d be happy to help. Click here to get in touch!

Friendly Visitor Program


Experience the Joy of making a new Friend! Through Berks Encore’s Friendly Visitors Program, we connect homebound seniors with adult volunteers who agree to call or visit for about one hour per week. Volunteers are thoroughly screen and must pass a Criminal Background Check before being matched with a senior in the area. Location, interests, hobbies, and pets are all considered before the first visit is scheduled. Interested homebound seniors looking for a friend are encouraged to contact (610) 374-3195 ext. 225

 

Read more about the program and the positive impact it is having in our community.

A Friendly Visitor Story

Friendly Visitor Impact Story

 

If you’d like to join our Friendly Visitor program, please fill out this contact form. Contact us with any additional questions at or by calling (610) 374-3195 x225.

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Health & Wellness


Make health & wellness a priority at any age with Berks Encore. We provide a variety of FREE programs and activities to help older adults remain engaged and active for years to come.

Evidence-Based Programs

No matter what your age or ability, remaining physically fit is very important. Reinforcing a healthy lifestyle by staying active and involved enhances your “encore years”.

Our licensed instructors offer evidence-based programs for improved strength, flexibility and balance.

Resources to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

Our health and wellness programs focus on the education of older adults to promote the soundness of body and mind and a healthy way to live. We teach healthy lifestyle strategies to overcome the challenges of aging and managing chronic conditions. Our goal is for our participants to function at optimum health and wellness to lead fulfilling, active and independent lives.

Health & Wellness Classes: November

Register for any of the health & wellness programs by calling 484-388-3196.

Oldies Dance Party: Fleetwood Center, 14432 Kutztown Road, Fleetwood – Fridays, 12 noon to 1 p.m. – November 4 through December 16  

Oldies Dance Party: Mifflin Center, 30 Liberty Street, Shillington – Mondays, 2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. – November 7 through December 19  

Oldies Dance Party: Strausstown Center, 44 East Avenue, Strausstown – Wednesdays, 8:45 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. – November 9 through December 21  

Our Six Senior Centers Offer In-Person & Virtual Exercise Programs Besides our regular exercise and social programs offered at each of our Berks Encore Senior Centers we are also offering some virtual programming. Contact a Center Manager to receive login information for virtual classes.

Virtual Class Schedule:

Tuesday @ 10 am Virtual Tai Chi I & Tuesday @ 11 am: – Virtual Tai Chi II Instructor: Jan Gyomber Low impact exercise method involving slow movements and breath to improve balance and strengthen muscles.
Tuesday @ 10:30 am Virtual Zumba Toning Instructor: Victoria Milillo
Wednesday @ 10:15 am Virtual Chair Zumba Instructor: Victoria Milillo Zumba Gold Chair classes are specifically designed for people with limited mobility, people with balance issues, and anyone who wants a great seated workout. Class focuses on all elements of fitness: cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility and balance!
Wednesday @ 11:30 am Virtual FABS Instructor: Lynn & Tim Kreider, LJ’s Fitness This class focuses on Flexibility, Aerobics, Balance, & Strength using popular songs.
Thursday @ 10:15 am Virtual Chair Yoga Instructor: Jillian Warminsky Yoga in a seated position; focuses on increasing flexibility, improving strength, reducing stress and pain
Friday @ 10:00 am Virtual Zumba Toning Instructor: Victoria Milillo Zumba Gold Chair classes are specifically designed for people with limited mobility, people with balance issues, and anyone who wants a great seated workout. Class focuses on all elements of fitness: cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility, and balance!
Friday @ 11:00 am Virtual FABS Instructor: Lynn & Tim Kreider, LJ’s Fitness This class focuses on Flexibility, Aerobics, Balance, & Strength using popular songs.


Berks Encore Senior Centers offer a variety of fitness and health education programs. Watch for information on Facebook and visit our Senior Centers page for a full schedule of activities.

▸ Aerobics
▸ Billiards
▸ Line Dancing
▸ Senior Fitness
▸ Shuffleboard
▸ Sit and Get Fit

▸ Social Dance
▸ Tai Chi
▸ Table Tennis
▸ Yoga
▸ Zumba Gold®

Dedicated fitness equipment is available at our Fleetwood, Reading, and Strausstown centers.



What is Berks Encore Care+?


Berks Encore Care+ is a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults. At Berks Encore Care+, our Care Managers work with you to provide answers at a time of uncertainty. Their guidance and expertise help families take action and make decisions that ensure quality care and an optimal life for those they love. As a result, this reduces worry, stress, and time off work for family caregivers.   Our professionals accomplish this by:

Assessment & Monitoring

Planning & Problem-Solving

Education & Advocacy

Family Caregiver Coaching

Engaging Local Resources

What is a Care Manager?

A Care Manager is a health and human services specialist who acts as a guide and advocate for families who are caring for older relatives or disabled adults. The Care Manager is educated and experienced in any of several fields related to aging, including but not limited to counseling, gerontology, mental health, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychology, or social work; with a specialized focus on issues related to aging and elder care.

Do I need a Care Manager?

When caregiving for an aging family member becomes overwhelming, it may be time to contact a Care Manager. You may need a Care Manager if:

▸ The person you are caring for has limited or no family support.
▸ You live at a distance from your loved one.
▸ The person you are caring for is unable to live safely in his/her current environment.
▸ Your family is either “burned out” or confused about care solutions.
▸ Your family has limited time and/or expertise in dealing with your loved ones’ chronic care needs.
▸ Your family is at odds regarding care decisions.

▸ The person you are caring for is not pleased with current care providers and requires advocacy.
▸ The person you are caring for is confused about his/her own financial and/or legal situation.
▸ Your family needs education and/or direction in dealing with behaviors associated with dementia.
▸ Your family has just become involved with helping the individual and needs direction about available services.

Fees & Associated Costs

We provide a complimentary initial phone consultation with a Care Manager. A Comprehensive Assessment and Personalized Care Plan can be developed for a fee. Follow-up engagement for the Care Plan can be arranged at hourly fees. Fees are determined by a sliding scale based on the senior’s income. Interested in Berks Encore Care+? Talk to a Care Manager Today! Call 484-577-4243

Learn more about Berks Encore Care+ and how a Care Manager can help you navigate the variety of aging services available to help you age with confidence. Three local seniors share testimonials about the Berks Encore Care+ program and how the Care Manager helped them remain in their home, where they want to be. We can help you too.

beNourished


Berks Encore, in partnership with Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center and Redner’s Markets, is pleased to announce beNourished, a new medically tailored meal program developed for patients with a cardiac or diabetic diagnosis.

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beNourished meals are designed to promote a healthy lifestyle through nutrition to help manage heart disease and diabetes safely and effectively. The meals are planned by a dietitian and made of quality fresh ingredients for nutritious and flavorful meals. 

Program Eligibility 

Participation in beNourished is voluntary and requires a medical referral to enroll. Qualifying participants who enroll in the program for a 90-day period will receive the following benefits:

• Medical care and monitoring from Penn State Health St. Joseph • Support from Berks Encore Community Health Educator • Two freshly made meals and a snack, per day, 7 days a week, prepared by Redner’s Markets • Complimentary enrollment in the program for the first 90 days

Participants will be required to sign an agreement that they will eat the meals and follow the nutrition recommendations made by the doctor, dietitian, and community health educator.  Participants will be monitored for health benefits through phone calls and in person visits. Meals will be delivered to all participants. After the initial 90 days, participants who elect to continue receiving the beNourished meals will pay privately for the program. Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center patients should contact their doctor directly so a referral, HIPPA release, and medical information can be submitted on the patient’s behalf. The referral form and HIPPA release are also posted on the Berks Encore website in the event the doctor does not have them on hand.

Referrals If you are interested in referring a patient to the beNourished program, please download the following forms:

Patient HIPPA FORM | Patient REFFERAL FORM

For more information, please Contact Katie Rex, VP of Social Services (610) 374-3185 ext. 231

Additional Available Resources


In our fast-paced society, it can be difficult for seniors and their families to overcome challenges that come with age. Fortunately, Berks Encore’s staff — along with its volunteers — works tirelessly to assist people accessing a myriad of government benefit programs and senior services. Berks Encore’s Resource Directory will assist you in accessing programs and services, as well as providing County, State and Federal points of contact. We hope that this directory will also serve as a quick telephone reference in serving your needs. Berks Encore’s Resource Directory, which will assist you in accessing programs and services, as well as providing County, State and Federal points of contact. We hope that this directory will also serve as a quick telephone reference in serving your needs.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

BERKS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:
610-478-6136

ELECTION SERVICES/VOTER REGISTRATION:
610-478-6490

PROTHONOTARY OFFICE:
610-478-6970

RECORDER OF DEEDS:
610-478-3380

REGISTER OF WILLS:
610-478-6600

SHERIFF:
610-478-6240

TAX CLAIM BUREAU:
610-478-6640

STATE GOVERNMENT

GOVERNOR TOM WOLF:
717-787-2500

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:
717-787-3300

PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF AGING:
717-783-1550

HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS

ALS ASSOCIATION:
800-782-4747

ALZHEIMERS ASSOCIATION:
610-375-4990

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY:
610-921-2329

AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION:
610-435-6700

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION:
610-867-0583

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION:
610-941-9595

AMERICAN RED CROSS:
610-375-4383

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION:
610-374-8133

THE ARC ALLIANCE:
610-265-4700

BERKS COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLIND:
610-375-8407

VISION RESOURCE CENTER OF BERKS COUNTY:
610-685-4520

BERKS COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY:
610-375-6555

MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF READING & BERKS COUNTY:
610-775-3000

NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY:
610-376-1309

HOUSING

BERKS COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM (BCAP):
610-376-6571

BERKS COUNTY REDEVELOPEMENT AUTHORITY:
610-478-6325

BERKS COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY (subsidized):
610-775-4813

BERKS COUNTY OFFICE OF AGING:
(listing of senior citizen subsidized apartment complexes)
610-478-6500

BERKS ENCORE:
(listing of senior citizen subsidized apartment complexes)
610-374-3195

EMERGENCY HOUSING

SAFE BERKS:
610-373-1206

HOPE RESCUE MISSION:
610-375-4224

OPPORTUNITY HOUSE:
610-374-4696

NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES OF READING:
610-372-8433

READING HOUSING AUTHORITY:
610-775-4813

INFORMATION & REFERRALS

SAFE BERKS:
610-373-1206

HOPE RESCUE MISSION:
610-375-4224

OPPORTUNITY HOUSE:
610-374-4696

NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES OF READING:
610-372-8433

READING HOUSING AUTHORITY:
610-775-4813

LEGAL SERVICES

AARP LEGAL ASSISTANCE:
202-434-2120

BERKS COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION:
610-375-4591

BERKS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY CRIME VICTIM SERVICES:
610-478-6000

BERKS COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDERS:
610-478-6650

SAFE BERKS:
610-373-1206

LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE:
610-375-4591

MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING (MADD):
610-372-6233

MIDPENN LEGAL SERVICES:
717-274-2834

SENIOR LAW HELPLINE:
877-727-7529

SERVICES

ABILITIES IN MOTION (AIM):
610-376-0010

ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES:
610-478-6500

BERKS COUNTY AREA AGENCY ON AGING:
(lists provided for Nursing Facilities, Personal Care Boarding Homes, Housing, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Personal Response Systems, Medical Equipment And Supplies, Home Care)
610-478-6500

BERKS ENCORE:
(610) 374-3195

BERKS COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND HEALTH CHOICES PROGRAM:
610-478-3271

ETCHBERGER VETERANS SERVICES CENTER OF BERKS COUNTY:
610-378-5601

BOYERTOWN AREA MULTI-SERVICE:
610-367-6957

PENNSYLVANIA CAREERLINK – BERKS COUNTY:
610-988-1300

CATHOLIC CHARITIES:
610-376-7144

 ON CHEMICAL ABUSE (COCA):
610-376-8669

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS TELEPHONE ASSISTANCE SERVICE:
800-827-1000

GREATER BERKS FOOD BANK (Helping Harvest):
610-926-5802

HISPANIC CENTER:
610-376-3748

JEWISH FEDERATION OF READING:
610-921-0624

LA CASA de la AMISTAD:
610-685-1284

LIBERTY COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS:
610-432-3880

MEALS ON WHEELS (at Berks Encore):
610-374-3195

SERVICE ACCESS MANAGEMENT (SAM, INC)(Crisis Intervention):
610-236-0530

SALVATION ARMY OF READING:
610-373-5208

UNITED DISABILITIES SERVICES FOUNDATION:
717-397-1841

SUPPORT GROUPS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS:
610-373-6500

ALS ASSOCIATION GREATER PHILADELPHIA:
215-643-5434

ALZHEIMERS ASSOCIATION:
610-375-4990

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY:
800-227-2345

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION:
610-379413-9595

KEYSTONE DEAF & HARD OF HEARING:
610-685-4520

SAFE BERKS:
610-373-8407

BERKS COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF THE BLIND:
610-375-8407

BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OF PENNSYLVANIA:
484-628-2652

BREAST CANCER SUPPORT SERVICES OF BERKS COUNTY:
610-478-1447

CANCER SUPPORT GROUP/READING HOSPITAL
484-628-5979

GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS:
909-931-9056

MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF READING & BERKS COUNTY:
610-775-3000

NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY:
610-376-1309

PARKINSONS SUPPORT GROUP ADVOCATE:
610-929-8627

PARKINSON SUPPORT GROUP/READING HOSPITAL
484-628-HELP (4357)

STROKE SUPPORT GROUP/READING HOSPITAL
484-628-HELP (4357)

STROKE SUPPORT GROUP/PENN STATE HEALTH
717-531-1390

MS SUPPORT GROUP/PENN STATE HEALTH
717-531-0003  Ext. 289131

TRANSPORTATION

BARTA:
610-921-0601
BARTA Special Service:
610-921-2361

BOYERTOWN AREA MULTI-SERVICE
610-367-6957

KUTZTOWN AREA TRANSPORT SERVICE
610-683-3012

MORGAN SHEARS
610-678-1456

READING YELLOW CAB
610-374-5111

SENIORS HELPING SENIORS
610-898-0090

TOWER DIRECT
610-775-1041

VISION RESOURCE CENTER OF BERKS COUNTY
(Service for Vision Impaired)
610-375-8407

WESTERN BERKS SHEPHERDING MINISTRIES
Serves clients living in the school districts of Tulpehocken, Conrad Weiser, Wilson & Wyomissing
484-294-7394

VOLUNTEER & EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

BERKS COMMUNITY TELEVISION – BCTV:
610-374-3065

BERKS COUNTY OFFICE OF AGING – OMBUDSMAN:
610-478-6500

BERKS COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY:
610-378-5260

BERKS ENCORE: PA MEDI (INSURANCE COUNSELING):
610-374-3195

BERKS ENCORE FRIENDLY VISITORS PROGRAM
610-374-3195

BERKS ENCORE – MEALS ON WHEELS:
610-374-3195

BERKS HISTORY CENTER:
610-375-4375

FOSTER GRANDPARENT PROGRAM:
610-478-6500

LITERACY COUNCIL OF READING & BERKS COUNTY:
610-670-9960

PENN STATE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION:
610-378-1327

READING PUBLIC LIBRARY (Main Library):
610-655-6350

READING PUBLIC MUSEUM:
610-371-5850

UNITED WAY OF BERKS COUNTY:
610-685-4550

For more information on how Berks Encore continues to assist our clients, contact us online!