Carelink Community Support Services

Your journey is our mission

aka CareLink- Pennsylvania   |   Media, PA   |  www.carelinkservices.org

Mission

CareLink was founded in 1959 to help people with disabilities to live and work in the community with independence and dignity. At the time, encouraging people with disabilities to be active participants in their recovery and supporting them in the community was a radical alternative to institutionalization. The mission of CareLink Community Support Services is to serve individuals who need specialized supports to achieve recovery, wellness and self-determination. CareLink works to improve people's lives through providing high quality services, advocating for improved systems of care, and increasing public awareness of disability related issues. CareLink also operates in the State of Delaware and has a single governing Board and operational structure.

Ruling year info

1960

President/CEO

Gary Woomer

Main address

106 Chesley Drive

Media, PA 19063 USA

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EIN

23-1573806

NTEE code info

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

Group Home, Residential Treatment Facility - Mental Health Related (F33)

Vocational Rehabilitation (includes Job Training and Employment for Disabled and Elderly) (J30)

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Care For Developmentally Disabled Individuals

CareLink offers an array of psychosocial rehabilitation services that help people with disabilities to live, work and participate in their community. CareLink operates 29 programs in Pennsylvania that reached over 500 people in 2021. Eighteen of the programs provide comprehensive residential services and have a total capacity of 193. Several programs are structured group homes while others are supervised apartment settings. New programs are designed to meet the specialized needs of people with compound challenges or complex behavioral problems. Non-residential services include the Career Services Department that provides employment and education services; Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation for supports and skill teaching to people living in the community; a specialized partial hospital program for people with problem sexual behavior; and a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Assessment Specialist who insures the linkage of people with serious mental illness to appropriate services countywide.

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Carelink Community Support Services

Board of directors
as of 11/29/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

James McDonald

Melanie Cavalieri

Steven Stark

Suzanne Smith

Scot Stetka

ACSW Ellen Lynch

Janet Rosenberg

Lawrence Peranteau

Gerald McCabe

Gail Whitaker

Kathryn Allen

James Cavallaro

Rose Biester

Richard Rapoport

Christopher Stouffer

Joyce Kravitz