Advocacy, Information, and Assistance for Seniors

We provide advocacy, information and assistance to older adults living in Union and Snyder counties. We help people access the services they need to remain at home or we assist them with nursing home or assisted living placement and related services. 

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New Website Launched for the Farmer's Market Nutrition Program

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Today, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture announce the launch of our revised FMNP website.  We changed the website address to make it easier to remember.  The website is now also accessible on mobile devises and can even use the location you are in to show the closest markets to you.


The new website address is simply

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Senior Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program 2015

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The Senior Farmer's Market Nutrition Program provides $20.00 in free produce vouchers to Union-Snyder County Seniors age 60 and Older

Proof of age and residency is required (Driver’s license, photo ID, etc.). You may only receive the vouchers once per year.

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Volunteer Recognition: PrimeTime Health

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Volunteers for the Union-Snyder Agency on Aging, Inc. Prime Time Health program were recently honored at a luncheon at Carriage Corner in Mifflinburg.  The following individuals were recognized for their years of active service: Linda Klinger, RN, 10 years; Nancy Caruso, RN, 4 years; Dick Hess, 2 years, and June Erb, 1 year . 

The Prime Time Health program is the Pennsylvania Department of Aging health promotion initiative, the goal of which is to keep older adults healthy and living independently as long as possible.  The volunteers make valuable contributions by providing a direct service to older adults by teaching health promotion classes; conducting blood pressure screenings at senior centers; assisting with Healthy Steps Older for Adults, a fall prevention program; or leading Healthy Steps in Motion, an exercise class.  Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer can contact Debbie Sanders at 570-524-2100 or 570-374-5558 or email


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