United Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern Pennsylvania
UCP of NEPA - Free Special Phone Program
Free Special Phones are for people who have difficulty hearing, talking, seeing, thinking or moving. Some people start having trouble as they get older or after an accident. Other people have always had a disability. Disabilities include deafness, hearing loss, speech impairment, blindness or have visual problems as well as physical or intellectual disabilities.
425 Wyoming Avenue
Scranton, PA 18503
Eligibility: Be a Pennsylvania resident with a disability or disabilities that prevent you from making and/or receiving phone calls independently;
Be six years of age or older;
Have an individual gross income of 200% of the federal poverty level or less;
Have a current home or mobile telephone service; and
Have the ability to learn how to use the requested device(s).
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (570) 347-3357 Main
  • (570) 341-5308 Fax
  • (570) 347-3357 Main
  • (570) 347-3117 TDD
  • (570) 347-3117 TDD
  • (570) 347-3357 Main
  • (570) 347-3117 TDD
  • (570) 341-5308 Fax
  • 877 Toll-Free UCP Tech Line
Email Address: info@ucpnepa.org
Intake Requirements: *APPOINTMENTS MUST BE SCHEDULED PRIOR TO MEETING.* Call, email for to make an appointment and inquire about the referral process, services. *Please see website for COVID-19 updates & restrictions.*
Intake Procedure: *APPOINTMENTS MUST BE SCHEDULED PRIOR TO MEETING.* Call, email for to make an appointment and inquire about the referral process, services. *Please see website for COVID-19 updates & restrictions.*
Geographical Area: Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Monroe, Pike, Luzerne, Wyoming, Wayne, Lackawanna
Facility/ADA access: ADA Accessible
Service Contact: Ms. Heather Taber, Assistive Technology Specialist,
phone: 570-347-3357, ext.32
email: atrc@ucpnepa.org
Services:
  • Specialized Telecommunications Equipment
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United Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern Pennsylvania
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