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Please visit our office at 19 N 6th Street Reading, Pa or call us at 610-236-0530 to schedule an appointment.

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Health Questions

Please answer the following health questions:

Have you had any of the following medical problems in the last 14 days?

  • Temperature over 100 degrees
  • Chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle/Body Aches
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  • New loss of taste or smell
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Have you had contact with anyone who has known or possible exposure to the coronavirus (COVID-19) or other communicable condition in the last 14 days?

Are you on home quarantine or isolation due to possible contact with someone with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Have you received a positive COVID-19 test in the last 30 days or have pending results from a recent COVID test?

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Someone will reach out to you before the end of the business day by phone.

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Now that we have determined the best method of reaching you, let's determine why you are reaching out to SAM, Inc.

Were you told to come to SAM by another provider?

Who referred you to SAM?

Have you received Mental Health Services in the past at SAM?

Are you currently involved with other Social Services Programs?

Have you been evaluated for or admitted to inpatient for Mental Health reasons in the last 90 days?

Do you need special assistance/accommodations when receiving services?

Which special accommodations do you require?

How many times in the last 30 days have you used alcohol and/or drugs not prescribed to you?

Do you currently have any insurance coverage?

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What service(s) are you seeking? Mark all that apply.


Please call True North at 717-485-3264. Thank-you!

Please list any other services you are seeking:

If you need Information about a service offered by an agency below please click on the (?) to find the agency phone number.

Children and Youth Services: For reporting suspicions of Child/Abuse Neglect contact ChildLine at 1-800-932-0313. To inquire about programs contact 570-724-5766 during normal business hours 8am-4pm Monday-Friday.

Aging Services: To report suspected elder abuse or to access services though Aging please call 1-800-982-4346

County Board of Assistance: Need help with cash assistance programs, State Blind Pension, Supplemental Security Incomes (SSI), Food Stamps. Medical Assistance including Healthy Beginnings and Healthy Horizons, nursing home care, employment, and training programs providing linkages to community agencies. Call: 570-724-4051

Transportation: Need help with transportation to/from medical appointments? Contact 1-800-242-3484 or Mansfield: 570-659-5330, Athens: 570-888-7330 #221

Vocational Rehabilitation Services: Provides vocational rehabilitation services to help persons with disabilities prepare for, obtain, or maintain employment. Call: 570-327-3600

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