Listed below are some community and mental health resources which may be helpful to families.
- Lebanon County Crisis Intervention Hotline: 717-274-3363
- PA Counseling Services: Information about 24-hr Counseling hotlines and other state resources
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline-1-800-273-8255 (TALK)
- Crisis Text Line-Text HOME to 741741
- Teen line-Text Teen to 839863
- Lebanon County Domestic Violence Intervention Hotline: (717) 273-7190 or toll-free 1-866-686-0451
- On-line Counseling Resources (May be fee-based)
For non-emergency Lebanon County community support services, click here for the 211 Resource Hotline. United Way of Lebanon Community sponsors the 211 health & human services resource hotline that provides non-emergency information and assistance to residents of Lebanon County for housing, employment, food, heath clinics, substance abuse, legal/consume/public safety, veterans and military, mental health, transportation, and more.
- Call 211 anytime to receive free, 24/7, non-emergency health and human service information in Lebanon County from a live call specialist.
- Text your zipcode to 898211 to get help.
- Search the 211 database online to find local resources to help with your situation.
- Chat live with a 211 specialist!
- The Better Together Lebanon website has information about emergency food access programs.
PA ABLE Savings Program
A PA ABLE Savings Program account gives individuals with qualified disabilities (Eligible Individuals), and their families and friends, a tax-free way to save for a wide range of disability-related expenses, while maintaining government benefits. The state and federal tax-free investment options are offered to encourage Eligible Individuals and their families to save private funds to support health, independence, and quality of life.
To help you learn about the important features and benefits of PA ABLE, the Pennsylvania Treasury Department website has more details: https://paable.gov/overview/