SEPTA Key Senior Fare Card
Application and information for SEPTA Key Fare Card for free rides on all transit routes.
Amtrak Passenger Discount for Seniors
Details on savings on Amtrak rail rides.
DRPA Senior Discount
Sign-up form for discounted tolls through E-Pass.
NJ Transit Reduce Fair Program
The latest information on discounts offered through NJ Transit for older adults and people with disabilities.
PATCO Reduced Fare Program
FREEDOM card application for savings on off-peak hour PATCO tickets.
PennDOT Mature Driver Improvement Courses
Information on driving courses that can lower insurance rates for those 55 and older.
PennDOT Photo IDs for Non-Drivers
Instructions and applications available for non-drivers who need a photo ID.
Mental health services for older adults in Philadelphia and a continuum of residential programs for adults of all ages recovering from mental illness and for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Alzheimer’s Association – Delaware Valley Chapter
Help, support and resources for those with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers.
The Penn Memory Center
Patient care and research component of the Penn Alzheimer’s Disease Center.
Employment and Volunteering
Philadelphia Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service
A database of volunteer opportunities in the city of Philadelphia.
NCOA Age Well Planner
Assessments and tools to help with retirement planning.
U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission
Information about the Age Discrimination Employment Act (ADEA) of 1967 and employment rights for individuals over 40.
Pennsylvania Small Business Development Centers (SBDC)
Confidential consulting at no cost, and low-cost training in key areas, to help entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Shared Prosperity Philadelphia – Financial Empowerment Centers
Free one-on-one financial counseling.
Benefits and Food Assistance
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Formerly known as food stamps, this government-funded program helps low-income residents buy food.
Official benefits website of the U.S. government which Informs citizens of federal benefits they may be eligible for and provides information on how to apply for assistance.
NOCA Benefits Checkup
Online resource provided by the National Council on Aging that can help determine eligibility for benefits.
City of Philadelphia Food Distribution Sites
An interactive map of free food sites throughout Philadelphia, where residents can pick up free food for their households.
LGBTEI Senior Resource Guide
Guide for older adults to identify resources that are competent, safe, welcoming, and LGBT culturally sensitive.
William Way LGBT Community Center
A community center that encourages, supports and advocates for the well-being and acceptance of sexual and gender minorities.