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Community Programs and Services

Taking health care beyond the doors of its hospitals, clinics, and offices, and bringing it into the region’s towns, schools and workplaces, UPMC Pinnacle is helping create healthier communities across central Pennsylvania. Through its charitable giving and community initiatives, UPMC Pinnacle is making a difference in the health and well-being of its neighbors. From public health and wellness initiatives to school health screenings, insurance enrollment help, home-visit programs, charity care, and free health classes, UPMC Pinnacle provided $18 million in community benefit in 2018.

That spirit of giving is embodied in the health system’s employees. UPMC Pinnacle’s employees have volunteered more than 12,000 hours of their personal time to community organizations and system-wide initiatives from 2017 to 2018.

UPMC Pinnacle began its important work in 1873 and today offers a variety of free community programs that are making a difference in the lives of central Pennsylvanians every day, including:

  • Mammogram Voucher Program (MVP) – UPMC Pinnacle provides women in our community who are uninsured or underinsured access to free, potentially life-saving mammograms.
  • Eat Smart Play Smart (ESPS) – This is a fun-filled eight-week wellness program that teaches youth ages 3-19 years old about fitness, nutrition, and mental health topics.
  • The Energy Pack Program – This program helps children in low-income families meet their nutritional needs during weekends and holiday breaks. Each weekend or holiday, participating children receive a backpack filled with nutritious foods to help them avoid hunger and stay healthy.
  • Center for Addiction Recovery – Helping individuals who suffer from opioid or alcohol addiction, UPMC Pinnacle offers a place to go for assistance, support and medical treatment.
  • SMILES – Working in partnership with the Harrisburg Area Dental Society, UPMC Pinnacle provides access to urgent dental care for underinsured or uninsured patients.
  • Nurse-Family Partnership® (NFP) –This program provides critical medical and social support to low-income, first-time mothers during their pregnancies and the first years of their child's life.
  • Children's Resource Center (CRC) – Providing a safe, child-friendly environment for children suspected of having been abused or neglected, the CRC is a child advocacy center dedicated to reducing the trauma and aftermath of abuse for children and their families.
  • REACCH Program – The Resources, Education, and Comprehensive Care for HIV program offers free and confidential HIV testing as well as primary HIV care for men, women, and adolescents. Its additional resources include medical, dental, nutritional, mental health, and social services, and are available to all regardless of their ability to pay or insurance status.

More Information

For more information about any of our community programs please contact our UPMC Pinnacle Phone Line at 717-231-8900 or via email at pn_corpcontactcenter@upmc.edu. One of our customer service representatives will be happy to assist you.

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