Provides information regarding homeownership and foreclosure avoidance
PA Housing Search
Helps find affordable housing in Pennsylvania
PA Housing Choices
Has a list of resources for people seeking housing in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency
Provides affordable housing across Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Professional Employment Network (PAPEN)
Pittsburgh-based networking organization that provides calendar of networking events, weekly support groups, job board
Women's Empowerment group, job search support, mentorship program, transportation assistance
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is the new name for the Food Stamp program. These benefits are used to buy food and help eligible low-income households in Pennsylvania obtain more nutritious diets by increasing their food purchasing power at grocery stores and supermarkets.
The Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh
Provides affordable housing and assistance to Pittsburgh residents
The Housing Authority of the City of Erie
Provides affordable housing to Erie residents
Dauphin County Housing Help
Several different types of homeownership assistance programs for Dauphin country residents
NeighborWorks Northeastern Pennsylvania
Diverse homebuyer services including education and financial assistance
Philadelphia Housing Authority
Provides affordable housing to Philadelphia residents
Bridge of Hope
Three-way partnership between homeless single mothers, trained church-based mentoring groups, and trained case managers to achieve family stability.
Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc.
The mission of Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc. is to address the causes of poverty and to diminish its effects through the development, implementation, sponsorship, and support of programs and activities designed to enable and empower low-income residents of the City of Pittsburgh to make measurable progress on the continuum from impoverishment to self-sufficiency.
Berks Community Action Program
Our mission is to combat poverty in the city of Reading and Berks County, and to help low and moderate income residents become more self-sufficient. As a Community Action Program Agency, we work to reduce poverty by coordinating local, state, private, and federal resources to assist low-income individuals and families. Our mission is carried out pursuant to applicable state and federal regulations. We serve over 2,500 individuals and families each year, providing assistance to help people overcome obstacles while striving to meet their goals.