Senior Service Projects
Seniors at Renaissance Academy embark on a service project that profoundly impacts their community. This project not only serves as a graduation requirement but also provides them with an opportunity to reflect on the specific needs of their community and how they can contribute to fulfilling those needs.
This space serves as a valuable resource for the Renaissance Academy community and other community members who wish to learn about the impactful work that seniors are undertaking as part of their projects. It also offers access to resources that some seniors are generously providing to benefit the broader community.
Our Mission is to improve the health and quality of life in the greater Phoenixville area by helping the uninsured and underinsured overcome financial and cultural barriers in obtaining specialized health care.
Seniors at Renaissance Academy, Daysha Stewart and Aliyah Heller, have joined forces for their senior project, driven by the mission to disseminate information about accessible and affordable healthcare. Their collaboration centers around Healthcare Access, a vital organization situated in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Healthcare Access plays a pivotal role in bridging the healthcare gap for uninsured and underinsured residents within the Greater Phoenixville area, aligning seamlessly with the core objective of Daysha and Aliyah's senior project.
With a shared vision, Daysha and Aliyah aspire to extend the reach of this invaluable resource to the Renaissance Academy community and anyone who stumbles upon the Renaissance website. You can find a link to Healthcare Access below, along with a overview of the services it offers.
Dental & Vision
The dental program provides preventative care (x-rays, exams and cleanings), basic restorative procedures (fillings) and emergency services (emergency visits, extractions and treatment focused on pain elimination) to qualifying children and adults.
Through HCA’s Vision Program, eligible individuals will receive eye exams; basic and diagnostic eye care; and frames, lenses or contacts
Prescription & Mammogram
- Prescriptions must be needed on a continuing basis and must be on the pharmaceutical company life of available products .
- Over the counter drugs , quality of life drugs and pain control prescriptions are excluded .
- Assistance may be available for emergency supply of medications.
- Women and men ages 40+ who don't have insurance coverage may be eligible to receive a free mammogram screening .
- The mammogram program is a collaboration between health care access and the local hospital and radiology group.
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