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Adams County Chapter Habitat for Humanity
Critical Home Repair Program
Will make minor home repairs which focus on safety, energy efficiency, accessibility and correcting code violations. No emergency services available. Designed for elderly, disabled or low-income families that help keep families in their homes by making small home improvements
1 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Eligibility: must be income. eligible and living in own home and current on taxes and water for city. partnership
Adult Transitional Care
Adult Transitional Care - Handyman Services
They can take care of: Change Ceiling Light Bulbs Change Smoke Alarm Batteries Small Electric Jobs Small Plumbing Jobs Small Carpentry Repairs Installing New Doorknobs or Locks Painting Putting Patio Furniture Out for Summer and Away for Winter Staining Decks Odd Jobs Fix-It List, Honey-Do List
906 West College Ave
State College, PA 16801
Eligibility: Must be 18 or older and in Centre County
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Carbon County Action Committee For Human Services
Carbon County Action Committee For Human Services - Chores/Minor Home Repairs Program
Chores/Minor Home Repairs Program provides home repairs to address health and safety issues. Types of repairs may include installation of smoke detectors or grab bars and other small jobs. Individuals must own/occupy their own home and meet income guidelines.
267 South Second Street
Lehighton, PA 18235
Eligibility: Residents of Carbon County
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm; closed major holidays
Center for Community Action
LIHEAP Furnace Crisis
Assists with furnace repair or replacement during the winter months; November through April.
195 Drive-In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Eligibility: 150% of Federal Poverty Guideline. Have received LIHEAP fuel assistance. Referrals are received from the County Assistance Office. Open beginning of November through middle of April. Allows for furnace repair or replacement.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Center for Community Action
Weatherization (WX)
Provides energy conservation measures installed to houses or mobile homes in order to reduce heating/cooling and utility costs. Measures may include attic insulation, floor insulation, furnace testing, weather stripping, door sweeps, caulking, hot water heater and pipe wrap, faucet aerators, low flow showerheads and energy education.
195 Drive-In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Eligibility: 200% of Federal Poverty Guideline. Proof of identification. Proof of ownership of home, mobile home, and/or ground. Proof of income for 12 months. Electric and fuel usage for 12 months.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Center for Community Action
Housing Rehabilitation
Provides major repairs to homes in order to bring the home up to HUD housing standards for health and safety. Home owners must have lived in the home at least 2 years.
195 Drive-In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Eligibility: Proof of identification. For owner-occupied homes Placement of 5-year lien on the home; removed at end of 5th year. Deed must be in homeowner’s name. Proof of homeowner’s insurance; including flood if necessary. Proof of income for 12 months. Previous 2 years income tax returns. Previous 6 months bank statements. Asset verification. Proof of 2 years paid real estate taxes. One mortgage or lien is allowable.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Center for Community Action
GPU WARM PLUS - West Penn Power WARM PLUS- Mulitfamily
Energy conservation measures are installed to homes for utility customers experiencing high kilowatt usage. Energy education services are also provided.
195 Drive-In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Eligibility: 150% of Federal Poverty Guideline. Must be Penelec or West Penn Power customer. Electric account must be in the customer’s name. Home must have a minimum annual usage of 6,500 kwt. Customer must have lived in the residence at least 6 months. Landlord must give permission for services. Services can only be received once in 5 years. Household usage must be 12,000 kwh annually.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Cityserve
Cityserve
Cityserve is an organization of church volunteers who work on maintenance and repair projects for Centre County residents and service organizations. They strive to serve as many individuals as they can to improve lives in the community and to help local organizations. Service event is held once a year in the spring and individuals must apply for services, depending on the project they need completed. Cityserve occasionally has funds to help subsidize part of the cost of the project.
201 Harvest Fields Dr
Boalsburg, PA 16827
Eligibility: Serves individuals and organizations in Centre County. Clients must apply to receive services. ONLY offered once a year, typically in March or April.
Hours: Events are held once a year in the spring and applications can be submitted online.
Cumberland County Aging & Community Services
Cumberland County Aging & Community Services
NOTE: as of March 20, 2020 Due to covid-19 directives, this service is currently CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. OUR STAFF IS WORKING REMOTELY. You can still call and leave a message. Calls will be returned during normal business hours. The phone number is 717-240-6110. If you need to speak with someone in the protective services department, please follow the instructions provided on the voicemail. We will resume normal operations when directed to do so. Updated information will be posted to the PA2-1-1 website and social media platforms. Thank you for your patience and understanding. ---- Provides minor home maintenance and modifications for Cumberland County residents over age 60. Services may include: - Installation and removal of window air conditioners, storm windows and screens, cleaning gutters and downspouts - Minor repair of plaster or dry wall, painting related to small repairs - Construction of wheelchair ramps, installation of grab bars and handrails. Limited repair/replacement of steps, floor boards, deck boards and steps, and small masonry repairs related to safety issues - Minor plumbing/installation of heat tape - Window pane replacement / caulking, door latch repair or replacement, window sash replacement
1100 Claremont Road
Carlisle, PA 17015
Eligibility: Any homeowner 60 years old and up
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Cumberland County Housing and Redevelopment Authorities
Home & Accessibility Improvements
Home repair and improvement to bring property to minimum safety and health standards or to install improvements designed to make home accessible to handicapped resident.
114 North Hanover Street
Suite 104
Carlisle, PA 17013
Eligibility: Any homeowner who meets the low or moderate income guidelines. Some priority is given to elderly and handicapped persons. Home improvement and accessibility improvements are funded differently and have different requirements.
Cumberland Valley Habitat for Humanity
Cumberland Valley Habitat for Humanity - Home Again
Repairs of homes for qualifying low-income occupant/owners; this includes mobile homes.
39 Heisers Lane
Carlisle , PA 17015
Eligibility: To qualify, applicants must own and live in the house that needs repaired, earn less than 80% of the HUD Median Income, and be current on taxes, insurance, and mortgage payments.
Hours: Call for information
Dauphin County Weatherization
Weatherization Assistance Program
Dauphin County Weatherization conducts on-site energy audits to assess conditions in the home and to identify the most cost effective energy savings measures needed. Weatherization services include but are not limited to: - Blower door guided air sealing to effectively locate and reduce air-leakage throughout the home; - Installation of attic, wall, basement and crawlspace insulation and ventilation to reduce energy loss; - Heating system modification or replacement to increase the efficiency and/or safety of the heating system; - Minor repairs, and/or health and safety measures are provided (when necessary) to allow the safe and effective installation of the weatherization measures; - Client education on the proper use and maintenance of the installed Weatherization measures and ways to reduce energy waste everyday.
200 First Street
Millersburg, PA
Eligibility: Eligible applicants include low-income individuals (at or below 200% of the federal poverty level), with priority given to higher risk residents such as the elderly, disabled individuals, families with children and high energy users.
Delaware County Office of Housing and Community Development
Loans
Provides qualified low and moderate-income homeowners with 0% deferred loans up to $15,000 for major system repairs.
600 North Jackson Street
Suite 101
Media, PA 19063
ElderNet of Lower Merion and Narberth
ElderNet of Lower Merion and Narberth - Help for the Homebound
Volunteers shop, perform odd jobs, help complete forms, balance checkbooks, and serve as Friendly Visitors, enabling homebound adults to continue to live independently in their own surroundings.
9 South Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia
Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia - Heater Hotline
Provides free emergency heater repairs for low-income homeowners. strives to respond to high-priority calls, e.g. homebound caller or callers whose furnaces experienced a recent breakdown.

Up to $2,000 may be spent to fix broken heaters. If the repair costs more than $2,000, the applicant will be referred to Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation's Basic System Repair Program.
106 West Clearfield Street
Philadelphia, PA 19133
Eligibility: Household income at or below 150% of federal poverty. Owner occupied households only. Single family dwelling, and heater-related problems only.
Hours: Please Call
Franklin County Human Services
FRANKLIN COUNTY VETERAN AFFAIRS
Helping Hands for Heroes is a partnership between Franklin County Adult Probation and the Franklin County Veterans Affairs Office. This program allows adult probation participants the opportunity to serve military members, veterans, and their families.
425 Franklin Farm Lane
Chambersburg, PA 17202
Eligibility: Individual assistance is available to members and dependents of:Deployed/ TDY Active Duty military membersActivated/Deployed Guard or Reserve military membersQualifying Veterans or surviving spouse of a Veteran
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Golden Rule Love INC.
LOVE in the name of Christ - Home Maintenance Ministry
Assists individuals with small repairs, household maintenance and chores spring clean-up, leaf raking and snow removal. Assists on a limited basis with relocation and moving. Assists with limited technical support of smart phones, tablets and computers. Does not provide financial assistance to help resolve the need. ALL services are totally dependent on volunteer availability. Services are available to residents of Union, Snyder and Upper Northumberland Counties.
102 Lower Market Street
Milton, PA 17847
Eligibility: Open to the public; specific eligibility guidelines do not apply. Requests are granted on a case to case basis and are always based on the availablility of volunteers.
Hours: Monday through Thursday from 8:30am to 11:30am
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh - Veteran Housing Initiative
Provides an opportunity for veterans to serve locally with other veterans to assist those in need of quality housing. This program invites Veterans and their families to apply for necessary home repairs or modifications including interior and exterior accessibility modifications.
6435 Frankstown Avenue
Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Eligibility: Veterans and military families that own and occupy their home. To qualify, families must earn below 80% of Allegheny County’s gross median income.
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Habitat for Humanity
Monroe County Habitat for Humanity - Home Preservation Services
Assists homeowners to make necessary repairs.
354 Memorial Boulevard
Tobyhanna, PA 18466
Housing Partnership of Chester County
Housing Partnership of Chester County - Senior Home Maintenance Program
Provides basic home maintenance, repairs and access modifications. Work includes any type of home maintenance repairs or access modifications. They can include, but are not limited to, roof repair, heater installation, windows, decks, bathrooms, siding.
41 West Lancaster Avenue
Downingtown, PA 19335
Eligibility: Residents of Chester County, 65 years of age and older.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Kennett Area Senior Center
Kennett Area Senior Center - In Home Services
There are seniors in our community who wish to stay in their homes as long as possible, but are unable to keep their homes clean and safe. Some seniors may not have a support network that can help them.The Neighbors in Action is a program run by volunteers to provide Home Support Services to low income seniors in Chester County. The Chester County Department of Aging Services and the Kennett Area Senior Center joined forces to provide needed services like home maintenance, home repairs and transportation.
427 South Walnut Street
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Kennett Area Senior Center
Kennett Area Senior Center - Neighbors in Action - Home Maintenance
The Kennett Area Senior Center understands the many challenges that our elderly population faces. There are seniors in our community who wish to stay in their homes as long as possible, but are unable to keep their homes clean and safe. Some seniors may not have a support network that can help them. The Neighbors in Action is a program run by volunteers to provide home support services to low income seniors in Chester County. The Chester County Department of Aging Services and the Kennett Area Senior Center joined forces to provide needed services like home maintenance, home repairs and transportation
427 South Walnut Street
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Kennett Area Senior Center
Kennett Area Senior Center - Minor Repairs
The Senior Center has two programs for those who are homebound, temporarily or permanently, or who live alone.The Reassurance Program offers friendship and companionship to individuals who are homebound due to an illness or disability and/or nursing homebound individuals. Some of these individuals may just need somebody to talk to or to feel that someone else cares about them. The program is managed by the Kennett Area Senior Center Member Services Coordinator, who works with senior volunteers who make phone calls, visits and reach out to those in need of this service. The Neighbors in Action is a program run by volunteers to provide home support services to low income seniors in Chester County. The Chester County Department of Aging Services and the Kennett Area Senior Center joined forces to provide needed services like home maintenance, home repairs and transportation.
427 South Walnut Street
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Hours: To contact Administrator: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PMServices may be arranged for hours/days betond the administration schedule.
Liberty Lutheran
Liberty at Home - In-Home Personal Care & Private Duty Support
Provides a wide range of individualized services designed to help older adults remain living in their own home. There is no minimum visit requirement and schedules planned together may be changed to meet individual needs. Services Include: - Certified Home Assistants available to provide personal needs such as bathing, dressing and meal preparation - Transportation Services for medical appointments, shopping and social engagements - Personal Household Management including bill paying, record keeping and insurance benefits management - Home Maintenance and Repair for routine or occasional needs including snow removal and lawn care.
7002 West Butler Pike
Ambler, PA 19002
Eligibility: Older adults.
Love In the Name of Christ Lancaster County
Love INC
A ministry that connects churches with the needs of the community. Some examples of the volunteer services provided are personal care, friendly visits, transportation, homemaking assistance, home maintenance, budget guidance, respite care, and tutoring/mentoring. Financial aid not available. Administers the Homes of Hope Transitional Housing Program in Lancaster County.
1925 Wheatland Avenue
Lancaster, PA 17603
Eligibility: Open to the public
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm
Love In The Name of Christ of Titusville Area
Love in the Name of Christ - SKILLS Ministry
Helps with small home maintenance and management.
220 West Central Avenue
Titusville, PA 16354
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Monday, Wedesday, Friday, 10:00am to 2:00pm
Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative
Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative - Safety Hazard Repair Program
The Safety Hazard Repair Program was designed to provide financial assistance for Northwestern REC residential members who are required to repair and electrical safety hazard that has been identified by the Co-op.
22534 State Highway 86
Cambridge Springs, PA 16403
Eligibility: Electric Company must be Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative.
Hours: Call for more information.
Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative
Northwestern Rural Electric - 24 Hour Free Water Heater Service Program
As a member of Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative, you can help the co-op (and ultimately yourself) save money by taking part in our Load Management Program. In return for 24 - hour free hot water heater service, the participating member allows the Co-op to put a demand response unit (DRU) on their water heater that allows the Co-op to shift the times when the water heater uses electricity from a peak time to an off peak time. The member still has hot water whenever they want plus when you need a new tank, we'll give you an energy efficient model and install it for free.
22534 State Highway 86
Cambridge Springs, PA 16403
Eligibility: To participate, you must be a full-time residence or business, Electric Company must be Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative.
Hours: Call for more information.
Operation Homefront
Operation Homefront of PA, DE & NJ
Provides direct services to alleviate a military family's or individual's actual/complete emergency financial burden, as well as counseling and/or recovery support. Emergency financial assistance is in the form of checks paid directly to mortgage lenders, auto mechanics, contractors, hospitals, doctors, dentists and other providers. Other emergency funding assistance, which an applicant receives within 24 to 72 hours, includes the following: - Financial assistance - Emergency food - Emergency home repairs - Critical baby items: formula, food and diapers - Home and appliance repair - Furniture and household items - Local moving assistance - Community events - Wounded Warrior Transitional Family Housing
1355 Central Parkway South
Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78232
Eligibility: Military personnel and/or their families who have unmet needs due to financial hardship, death, injury, or physical or mental detriment as a result of service since 9/11. These may include active duty, Reserve, National Guard and veteran service members.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Adams
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
225 South Franklin Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Bedford
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
150 North Street
Bedford, PA 15522
Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Blair
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
1100 Green Avenue
Altoona, PA 16601
Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Boulevard District
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
4109 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19124
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act provided $900 million in additional LIHEAP funds to states. Pennsylvania received $34.9 million in LIHEAP funds through CARES. DHS will use these funds and funds remaining from the 2019-20 LIHEAP season to fund the LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
1214 New Rodgers Road
Bristol, PA 19007
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act provided $900 million in additional LIHEAP funds to states. Pennsylvania received $34.9 million in LIHEAP funds through CARES. DHS will use these funds and funds remaining from the 2019-20 LIHEAP season to fund the LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
1214 Veterans Highway
Bristol, PA 19007
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Centre
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
2580 Park Center Boulevard
State Collge, PA 16801
Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Chelten District
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
301 East Chelten Avenue
3rd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor’s disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
100 James Buchanan Drive
Thorndale, PA 19372
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission’s moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Cumberland
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
33 Westminster Drive
Carlisle, PA 17013
Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Darby
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
845 Main Street
Darby, PA 19023
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Dauphin
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
2432 North 7th Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Eligibility: Click here to see eligibility information for this program.- You must meet income guidelines- You don't have to be on public assistance- You don't need to have an unpaid heating bills- You can rent or own your home
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Delancey District
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
5740 Market Street
2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program -Chester and Crosby
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
701 Crosby Street
Suite A
Chester, PA 19013
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Glendale District
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
5201 Old York Road
Philadelphia, PA 19141
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Liberty District
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
219 East Lehigh Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Cameron County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
411 Chestnut Street
Emporium, PA 15834
Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Clarion County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
71 Lincoln Drive
Clarion, PA 16214
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 5pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Clearfield County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
1025 Leonard Street
Clearfield, PA 16830
Eligibility: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx Visit website to see eligibility information for this program.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Crawford County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
1084 Water Street
Meadville, PA 16335
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Elk County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
145 Race Street
Ridgeway, PA 15853
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - South District
The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
1163 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation
Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation - Senior Housing Assistance Repair Program
Provides home fixing service. Repairs include replacing exterior doors and locks, rebuilding basement steps, making minor plumbing repairs and replacing electrical switches, outlets and fixtures.
1234 Market Street
17th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Eligibility: Must be homeowner and resident of single-family home in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Senior Center
Philadelphia Senior Center - In-Home Support Services
The mission of the In-Home Support Program is to provide early intervention and prevention. Some services that are offered to eligible homebound seniors (to be determined by a comprehensive assessment), are advocacy, home delivered meals, homemaker service (temporary) house cleaning, laundry assistance, minor home repairs, senior companions, adaptive equipment and transportation.
509 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Property and Taxes Office, York County Government
Home Improvement Program, York County Planning Commission
Designed to help income eligible resident homeowners in York County by providing financial and technical assistance to obtain necessary home repairs. The funds in the Home Improvement Program are provided in the form of a loan with a deferred payment. This means that a mortgage in the amount of the loan is filed against your property for security. As long as you, the program participant, remains the occupant and owner of the property, no repayment is required and no interest is charged. When the property is sold or transferred in any way or it ceases to be your residence, the full balance on the loan becomes due and payable to the County of York. The deed to your property remains in your name and is not transferred to the County. To qualify, your property must have conditions defined as substandard by the local housing code or by the program's rehabilitation standards. The goal of the Home Improvement Program is to help you bring your home into standard condition.
28 East Market Street
Room 105
York, PA 17401
Eligibility: Income eligibility.
Hours: Mon - Fri, 8 AM - 4:30 PM
Rebuilding Together Greater Harrisburg
Rebuilding Together Greater Harrisburg
Provide free home repairs concentrating on safe, warm & dry
251 Verbeke Street
PA
Harrisburg, PA 17102
Eligibility: Veterans of war, Low-Income, Elderly (60+), Disabled, Families with Children Name on Title of Deed & owe no back taxes nor liens on property
Hours: No set hours
Redevelopment Authority of the County of Monroe
Housing Rehabilitation
Assists homeowners to rehabilitate owner occupied homes in Monroe County to repair any code violation and to meet housing quality standards. Grants and loans are secured by a mortgage against the residence which require NO monthly payments. Possible repairs include: correcting code violations, repairing major systems such as heating, electrical, plumbing and roofing, making the home more energy efficient, structural components (walls, decks and porches), and windows and doors.
701 Main Street
Suite 502
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Russell United Methodist Church
Russell United Methodist Church - Hands of the Carpenter
Household repairs and building accessibility ramps.
17 North Main Street
Russell, PA 16345
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Servants, Inc.
Home Helps, A Ministry of Servants, Inc.
Provides maintenance and repairs to the homes of people who, for whatever reason, are unable to do the work themselves, or are not able to pay professionals to do the work for them. Services may include minor plumbing, painting, sheetrock, carpentry, handi-work and property maintenance.
100 Redco Avenue
Suite C-0
Red Lion, PA 17356
Eligibility: Low-income, senior citizens, disabled or single parent homeowners. Does not assist renters.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
TeamChildren
TeamChildren
Computer donation/refurbishment/distribution program works to ensure that every child has the tools and opportunities they need to contribute and compete effectively in today's digital global environment. Other areas of focus are on promoting the benefits and practices of Rolfing/massage for babies and children; transforming preschool education; ending the digital divide; and promoting youth training and development in the non profit sector.
960 West Rittenhouse Road
Audubon, PA 19403
Eligibility: Economically challenged families, schools and organizations desiring a computer
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, 10:00am to 3:00pm
Saturday, 11:00am to 1:00pm
UDS Foundation
UDS - Accessible Home Modifications
Program designs and constructs accessibility modifications for homeowners and tenants, making it possible for individuals with disabilities to remain in their own homes. Items such as wheelchair ramps, accessible bathrooms, lifts, stair glides, widened doors and hallways, and both hearing and visual accommodations are installed by the program. The program cannot perform repairs.
2270 Erin Court
Lancaster, PA 17601
Eligibility: Government programs: Vary by program; Private Pay: No requirements
Hours: Office: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Warren-Forest Counties Economic Opportunity Council
Warren-Forest Counties Economic Opportunity Council - Furnace and Water Heater Repair/Replacement Program
Provides emergency furnace as well as water heater repair and replacement.
1209 Pennsylvania Avenue
Warren, PA 16365
Eligibility: Income-eligible National Fuel Gas customers in Warren, Forest, and McKean Counties.
Hours: Call for more information.
Warren-Forest Counties Economic Opportunity Council
Warren-Forest Counties Economic Opportunity Council - Pennsylvania Weatherization Assistance Program
Provides furnace testing, repair, and replacement; attic and crawlspace insulation; window repairs; weather stripping; air sealing; energy education; and related health and safety matters. Usage Reduction Programs and Home Energy Assistance also available.
1209 Pennsylvania Avenue
Warren, PA 16365
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Adams County Chapter Habitat for Humanity
Critical Home Repair Program
Adult Transitional Care
Adult Transitional Care - Handyman Services
Carbon County Action Committee For Human Services
Carbon County Action Committee For Human Services - Chores/Minor Home Repairs Program
Center for Community Action
LIHEAP Furnace Crisis
Cityserve
Cityserve
Cumberland County Aging & Community Services
Cumberland County Aging & Community Services
Cumberland County Housing and Redevelopment Authorities
Home & Accessibility Improvements
Cumberland Valley Habitat for Humanity
Cumberland Valley Habitat for Humanity - Home Again
Delaware County Office of Housing and Community Development
Loans
ElderNet of Lower Merion and Narberth
ElderNet of Lower Merion and Narberth - Help for the Homebound
Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia
Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia - Heater Hotline
Franklin County Human Services
FRANKLIN COUNTY VETERAN AFFAIRS
Golden Rule Love INC.
LOVE in the name of Christ - Home Maintenance Ministry
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh - Veteran Housing Initiative
Habitat for Humanity
Monroe County Habitat for Humanity - Home Preservation Services
Housing Partnership of Chester County
Housing Partnership of Chester County - Senior Home Maintenance Program
Kennett Area Senior Center
Kennett Area Senior Center - In Home Services
Liberty Lutheran
Liberty at Home - In-Home Personal Care & Private Duty Support
Love In the Name of Christ Lancaster County
Love INC
Love In The Name of Christ of Titusville Area
Love in the Name of Christ - SKILLS Ministry
Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative
Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative - Safety Hazard Repair Program
Operation Homefront
Operation Homefront of PA, DE & NJ
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Adams
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Bedford
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Blair
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Boulevard District
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Centre
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Chelten District
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Cumberland
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Darby
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Dauphin
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Delancey District
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program -Chester and Crosby
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Glendale District
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Liberty District
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Cameron County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Clarion County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Clearfield County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Crawford County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Elk County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - South District
Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation
Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation - Senior Housing Assistance Repair Program
Philadelphia Senior Center
Philadelphia Senior Center - In-Home Support Services
Property and Taxes Office, York County Government
Home Improvement Program, York County Planning Commission
Rebuilding Together Greater Harrisburg
Rebuilding Together Greater Harrisburg
Redevelopment Authority of the County of Monroe
Housing Rehabilitation
Russell United Methodist Church
Russell United Methodist Church - Hands of the Carpenter
Servants, Inc.
Home Helps, A Ministry of Servants, Inc.
TeamChildren
TeamChildren
UDS Foundation
UDS - Accessible Home Modifications
Warren-Forest Counties Economic Opportunity Council
Warren-Forest Counties Economic Opportunity Council - Furnace and Water Heater Repair/Replacement Program
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