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Center for Advocacy for Rights and Interests of the Elderly

100 S Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19110-1023
(800) 356-3606
Fax: (215) 545-5372
Services Offered:
Voluntary Health Organization
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  • Voluntary Health Organization
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    About My Business
    Setting CARIE apart from others in the aging field is its sole focus on advocacy through a comprehensive array of activities, community education programs, professional training and consultation, and referral using a client-centered approach. CARIE's unique advocacy model helps not only the individual client but many others through its work to inform policy-makers, education programs targeted at providing information and improving the ability of those who help frail older adults to give quality care.

    CARIE's programs and services include community education, professional training, and individual counseling and problem solving. A leader in the field of aging for more than 25 years, CARIE is recognized as a vital resource for a wide range of audiences, including older adults, family members and other caregivers, aging and other social service providers, policy makers, and academicians. Its services are provided locally, throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and in some cases nationally.
  • Voluntary Health Organization
  • Voluntary Health Organization
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