Reaching out, Enriching lives…
The Ivins Outreach Center
A non-profit helping hand in Lower Bucks County
Since 2003 The Ivins Outreach Center has helped people who live in Lower Bucks County. It is a non-profit community outreach organization that strengthens communities through educational and quality of life programs for youth to older adults.
- It enables seniors to age gracefully in their homes or apartments and remain engaged in their community through its Staying Put program;
- It helps people find and apply for existing services and programs offered by area social agencies through its Resource & Referral program;
- In partnership with the Morrisville School District, the Bucks County Technical School, and the Bristol Borough School District, it manages after-school and summer enrichment programs for youth; and
- It helps youth, families and older adults in need.
Staying Put in Lower Bucks County
Staying Put in Lower Bucks County is our program to help seniors in our area “Age in Place.” This program permits the elderly to remain in their homes when they no longer can drive or can’t take care of the issues associated with home maintenance. Read more about this program on the Staying Put page.
If you are interested in becoming a member of Staying Put so that you can remain in your home or apartment as long as physically and financially possible, please call us at 215-428-0500.
We need volunteers!qtr page ad Feb 2017
21st Century Afterschool Enrichment Program
The Pennsylvania Department of Education nominated the afterschool program that the Ivins Outreach Center manages for the Morrisville School District as a best practice for family engagement in the Commonwealth. This nation-wide program is federally-funded through the states.