- Social Services
Ed Savitsky, our APPRISE counselor, will answer your Medicare questions and help you make good health insurance decisions once you turn 65. This service is free and open to members of the community and typically takes place on the 1st Thursday of the month at Generations. Check the newsletter and current calendar for upcoming appointment times. Participants must register in advance. Call Social Services at 215-723-1930.
APPRISE Medicare Counselling – Free, Confidential, Comprehensive
Are you nearing age 65? Medicare is knocking at your door and selecting the appropriate options can be confusing.
APPRISE volunteer counselors are state-trained and certified to answer your questions about Medicare and provide you with objective, easy-to-understand information about health insurance. APPRISE counselors can answer your questions about Medicare, Medicare Supplemental Insurance, Medicare Advantage plans as well as prescription drug plans.
Whether you are new to Medicare or have been on Medicare for a while you may have questions. Counselors are available throughout the year as well as the critical Open Enrollment period of October 15 through December 7.
Residents with limited income may qualify for additional support through a variety of programs and financial assistance may be available. Talking with a counselor is free and confidential.
Connect with an APPRISE counselor and schedule your free information session:
By phone: (610) 834-1040 x.120
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RSVPvolunteer/
In Person: view website or call for a location near you
Last year, more than 4000 Montgomery County residents received services through APPRISE. APPRISE is the State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) in Pennsylvania.
To learn more about Medicare and speak with a state-trained Medicare counselor visit www.rsvpmc.org/medicare-help
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If you would like to know more about Medicare coverage plans, counselors are available to meet at local libraries, community and senior centers or at the RSVP office. Visit www.rsvpmc.org/medicare-help and view the listing of counseling sites or call (610) 834-1040 x.120 to speak to a counselor