Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services is a community non-profit organization serving adults with mental illness (Dauphin, Cumberland & Perry Counties) and or intellectual and developmental disabilities (Cumberland & Perry County) in Central Pennsylvania that facilitates recovery among those served with opportunities for empowerment and self-direction through life skills training, educational programs, Social Rehabilitation and Psych. Rehabilitation programs..
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Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services is a community non-profit organization providing services for adults with mental illness and intellectual and/or development disabilities for over 50 years.
With Social Rehabilitation centers in Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg and New Bloomfield, ASRS provides support services, activities, and meals to a vulnerable population throughout Central Pennsylvania.
Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services was established in 1962 by the National Council of Jewish Women, Church Women United, Catholic Volunteers and the Tri-County Mental Health Association. ASRS was one of the first community organizations to provide support to consumers of mental health services in Central Pennsylvania.
Funding for Aurora comes from the departments of Mental Health and Intellectual Development Disability of Cumberland/Perry and Dauphin Counties, as well as Private and Corporate Foundations, and from generous individuals wanting to make a difference.
Contributions from concerned individuals make the work of our agency possible. Your support enables us to keep our doors open six days a week, provide daily meals, recovery programs, bi-lingual activities and so much more.
Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services is a 501 c (3) non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. You may donate on line by clicking on the Donation Link above. The official registration and financial information of Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State