Take the Mystery Out of Medicare Coverage

Whether you are new to Medicare, unsure about the options, or want to increase your understanding of coverage for a family member, please join us June 17 at 6 p.m. for our Medicare Basics Virtual Seminar.  The York County Area Agency on Agency APPRISE program will present the program. Register now by calling Whitney at 717.854.5010 or emailing [email protected]. Click here for more information.

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Domestic Abuse Solutions

This program is only open to existing clients.

Domestic abuse prevention advocates & professionals invited to risk assessment seminar

Attention all advocates and professionals committed to helping victims of domestic abuse and preventing domestic violence. Domestic Abuse Solutions will be hosting a free virtual seminar, “Assess Risk of Domestic Violence in the New Normal,”on Tuesday, June 8, from 9:00 a.m. – Noon.

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Program Closure

It is with great disappointment that we must announce that SpiriTrust Lutheran® Domestic Abuse Services will cease services, effective June 30, 2021. Between now and the end of June our team of trained professionals are committed to helping current clients meet the program requirements and fulfill any court order mandates they may have.

It became very apparent during this fiscal crisis created by COVID-19 that SpiriTrust Lutheran no longer has sufficient resources to support all of our programs and services. After much soul searching and deliberation, we came to the very clear realization that we would need to close seven programs – Counseling Services, Domestic Abuse Solutions, Financial Education & Coaching, Senior Companion Program, Stephen Ministry, Touch-a-Life and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance.

The need to eliminate programs and services had been a topic of discussion in the past due to continued decreasing support and escalating costs. We carefully considered all of our options, including finding new funding sources and new homes for these programs. Unfortunately, many organizations are facing the same fiscal issues created by COVID-19 and our efforts have not been successful as of this time.

If we find an entity willing to assume the management of Domestic Abuse Solutions between now and June 30, that organization will work directly with the York County judicial system to provide programs that offer alternatives to domestic abuse and fulfill the requirements set forth by the judicial system.