Project HEARTH (Helping Elderly Adults Remain in Their Homes)


Project HEARTH (Helping Elderly Adults Remain in Their Homes) links Project HEARTH logoelderly adults who are healthy enough to live in their own homes with special support services that help them to remain independent. 

These services are available to older adults, ages 60 and up, who live in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Current services include:

  • Professional in-home counseling

  • Errand and transportation service

  • Friendly visiting

  • Telephone reassurance

  • Handyman chore service

Through Project HEARTH, a licensed clinical social worker visits seniors in their own homes to help them cope with anxiety, depression, illness, isolation, loneliness, and loss. 

In addition, dedicated HEARTH volunteers provide seniors with concrete support services, such as transportation, grocery shopping assistance and minor home repairs. 

For more information on the counseling component of Project HEARTH, please contact Deborah Harris at 610-630-2111 ext. 240 or

Project HEARTH volunteers are always needed. For more information on Project HEARTH's volunteer support services, please contact:

Aaron Shostak
Volunteer Coordinator, Project HEARTH
610-326-1610 ext. 335

Program Information
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Geographic Region Served: 
Greater Norristown Area
Geographic Region Served: 
Greater Pottstown Area
Geographic Region Served: 
North Penn

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