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Gobernador Wolf: Se otorgan $2 millones en subvenciones para centros comunitarios para personas de la tercera edad en 2019-20

En el día de la fecha, el Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció que 60 centros comunitarios para personas de la tercera edad en todo el estado recibirán las subvenciones 2019-20 del Departamento de Envejecimiento de Pennsylvania para centros comunitarios para personas de la tercera edad por un total de $2 millones de fondos asignados por la Asamblea General de la Lotería de Pennsylvania.

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Gov. Wolf, Treasurer Torsella Announce Property Tax/Rent Rebates Arriving Early to Help Seniors, Others During COVID-19 Pandemic

Governor Tom Wolf and Treasurer Joe Torsella today announced that many older homeowners, renters and people with disabilities will receive early rebates through the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program. Rebates are typically issued starting July 1, but the governor and treasurer are issuing the rebates starting tomorrow to approved applicants. The governor also signed HB 1076…

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El Gobernador Wolf y el Tesorero Torsella anuncian que los reembolsos de los impuestos sobre bienes inmuebles y las rentas llegan anticipadamente para ayudar a los adultos mayores y otras personas durante la pandemia de COVID-19

El Gobernador Tom Wolf y el Tesorero Joe Torsella anunciaron hoy que muchos propietarios mayores, inquilinos y personas con discapacidades recibirán los reembolsos anticipados a través del Programa de reembolso de impuestos sobre bienes inmuebles/renta. Los reembolsos generalmente se realizan a partir del 1 de julio, pero el Gobernador y el Tesorero efectuarán los reembolsos…

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Pennsylvania Expanding Community-Based Services for Seniors, Veterans, People with Disabilities

Harrisburg, PA – The Wolf Administration announced today that it has received $20 million in federal funding from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to continue the Money Follows the Person (MFP) grant. MFP incentivizes states to focus on transitioning individuals out of long-term care facilities to be served in their communities in a…

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