The benefit program ensures that adults and children who qualify for this need-based program have access to receive quality eye care through local VBA providers.
We work closely with community partners to help identify those in need to receive vital vision care.
Who qualifies for our benefit programs?
Adults and children residing in Pennsylvania who are underprivileged, distressed and live at 250 percent of poverty level or below.
Our partner organizations are like-minded health and charitable organizations that are able to identify those in need of necessary vision care by performing basic eligibility screenings.
Contact our Partners:
Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania
113 South 19th Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Serving Dauphin, Cumberland, Franklin and Perry counties
224 N. Queen Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Kay Macsi, VP ph: 717-291-5951 x4140
Serving Lancaster, Lebanon, Chester, York and Adam counties
Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic
595 West State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
Pat Heckenberger, RN ph: 215-345-2260 x4
Serving greater Doylestown area
Centre Volunteers in Medicine
2520 Green Tech Drive, Suite D
State College, PA 16803
Joyce McCloskey, RN ph: 814-231-4043
Serving: Greater State College area
Washington Lions Club
140 Veltri Drive
Washington, PA 15301
Ralph Fisher, Charity Chair ph: 724-228-1877
Serving: Greater Washington area
St. Patrick's Church, Health Screening Program
703 Green Street
Norristown, PA 19401
Mike Ball, Coordinator ph: (412) 302-6999
Volunteers in Medicine, Wilkes-Barre
190 North Pennsylvania Avenue
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702
Chris Gaughan, Nurse Administrator ph: (570) 970-2864
400 Lydia Street, Suite 300
Carnegie, PA 15106
Jenifer Matson, Program Administrator ph: 412-881-4900 x241
Serving all of Pennsylvania