Fee-for-Service Care Management Through its Care Management Services, PLAN of PA seeks to improve the lives of individuals living with a mental disability by working with each person to develop a support network unique to his or her needs – encouraging independence, stability,...Read More
Special Needs Trust Services The PLAN of PA Special Needs Trust for the Mentally Disabled allows the establishment of an account for the benefit of a person with a disability. This trust account can pay for supplemental needs while at the same time protecting government...Read More
Representative Payee PLAN of PA serves as an Organizational Representative Payee for mentally disabled adults (18+ years of age) receiving SSI & SSD benefits from the Social Security Administration. PLAN of PA strongly suggests that an individual have a case manager to...Read More
Serving Families and Professionals throughout Pennsylvania
September 19, 2013
Held September 19, 2013, PLAN hosted a client art show at the Wayne Art Center. This fundraising event included the artistic offerings from PLAN of PA clients and an opportunity to meet our new Executive Director, Kelly Clarke. It was an exciting evening filled with music, light hors d’oeuvres, and of course art! We are very proud of our clients who displayed their art at the event. Thank you to everyone that helped make the event possible and to our donors. The art was featured in the People section of Main Line Suburban Life newspaper. View the article and photos here.
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“John” was referred to PLAN of PA by his mother in the late fall of 2012. He is a young man in his late twenties, who has suffered with bipolar disease since his late teenage years. Unfortunately, John’s mental illness has led to multiple inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations and incarcerations, when his symptoms were not under adequate psychiatric control.
Despite his upbringing in an affluent DelawareCounty family, John had trouble finishing school and maintaining employment, and he held multiple labor jobs for brief periods of time. John eventually achieved stability with medications used to control his bipolar disease, and he has remained stable for the past year.