Provider Membership

PALA’s membership allows for the recognition of different types of homes within the same industry to be represented by the only trade association dedicated exclusively to representing Personal Care Homes and Assisted Living Residences in Pennsylvania.

Benefits of PALA Membership:

  • Membership in the only state Association exclusively dedicated to the interests of Assisted Living Residences and Personal Care Homes.
  • Membership in the state Association that is dedicated toward encompassing a “resident-centered care” philosophy.
  •  PALA’s Website – with more information regarding public policy, conferences, and member concerns. The Website includes your community and website for consumers.
  • Member Only Updates! Updates are emailed to all PALA members, this is a one-stop email briefing to get updated on all the latest from PALA – includes education updates, public policy updates, and updates from PALA’s national affiliate Argentum.
  •  Spring Conference and Fall Conferences. Members enjoy discounts on registration.

Additional Membership Benefits:

  • Representation in the halls of the Capitol
  • Education and Training
  • Public Policy Expertise
  • An affiliate of Argentum national trade association for Assisted Living
  • Consumer, Physician, Regulator, Industry, Media and Family Referral Source
  • Recognition as a member of an exclusive trade association dedicated to the Assisted Living and Personal Care Communities

Membership Application for Providers:
Assisted Living Residences
Personal Care Homes

Download Provider Membership Application

To Apply Online Click HERE

Important tax return information PALA dues are non-deductible as a charitable contribution.  However, they may be partially deductible as business expenses.  PALA estimates that 10% of PALA membership dues are a non-deductible business expense due to lobbying activities on your behalf. 

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