Roads to Freedom - Home and Community Based Waiver Programs
Roads to Freedom - Adult Autism Waiver
A Medical Assistance program that provides home and community-based services specifically designed to help adults with an autism spectrum disorder participate in their communities in the way they want to.
Services include community inclusion, which includes things that will help a person improve his or her activities of daily living, and depends on an Individual Support Plan; job assessment and finding; supported employment, which provides ongoing help with job retention; temporary crisis service, which provides additional staff to help a participant after a crisis; and transitional work services, which provides job opportunities in which the participant is working alongside other people with disabilities until they are ready to transition to jobs in the community with mostly non-disabled co-workers.

24 East Third Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Eligibility: Functional Eligibility: Must have substantial functional limitations that are likely to continue indefinitely in three or more of the major life activities listed below. These functional limitations, which must be evident before the person reaches the age of 22, include limitations in:self-care understanding and use of receptive and expressive language learning mobility,self-direction capacity for independent living, Financial Eligibility: Must meet the income and resource limits for Medical Assistance and Payment of Long Term Care Services.The income limit is currently 300 percent of the Supplemental Security Income Federal Benefit Rate. More information on the Federal Benefit Rate can be found at
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (570) 327-9070 Main
  • (800) 984-7492 Toll-Free
  • (570) 327-9070 Main
  • (570) 327-8610 Fax
  • (800) 984-7492 Other
  • (570) 327-5254 TDD
Email Address:
Intake Requirements: People interested in applying for the Adult Autism Waiver must apply through the state, and will then be referred to a supports coordination agency. They can then pick ROADS To Freedom CILNCP as their service provider.
Intake Procedure: Call the office or send a message through the "Contact us" link in their website.
Geographical Area: Centre, Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Sullivan, Tioga & Union
Facility/ADA access: Yes. Building entrance, restrooms, and within the building
Service Contact: Director of Programs and Services, 570-327-9070
  • Home/Community Based Developmental Disabilities Programs
  • State Medicaid Waiver Programs
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Roads to Freedom - Home and Community Based Waiver Programs
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