Living with someone who is suffering financially due to Covid-19, at risk of homelessness, or has an income below 80% of the area median? Apply today!
Resources Beyond Food
It takes more than food to fight hunger. Issues such as employment, health, housing/utilities and transportation are just as important. Sort by Resource Type and/or County below to find the life stabilization resources that can best help you.
Covid-19 Rent Relief
Covid-19 Internet Relief
Only one monthly service discount and one device discount is allowed per household.
Earn & Work Ready Program
Can help with job search, skill training, placement, retention, education, childcare services, transportation assistance, etc.
Call 1-866-550-4355 to apply for medical insurance through the state.
PA Career Link
FREE Virtual Services: Job search, workshops, veterans’ services/preferences, resume and interview prep, career advising, connect to resources.
Ride United/ 2-1-1/ Lyft Partnership
Provides 1 round trip per individual. To schedule a ride for one of these types of destinations, dial 2-1-1 on your phone and let them know you...
Child Tax Credit 2021
The Child Tax Credit in the American Rescue Plan provides the largest child tax credit and historic relief to the most working families ever.
Emergency Internet Relief
Only one monthly service discount and one device discount is allowed per household. Program rules acknowledge there may be more than one eligible...
Benefits for Immigrant Families
A noncitizen age 18+ qualifies for SNAP if they are: a refugee or asylee, a lawful permanent resident, receiving disability benefits. Re
Summer Youth Cafe
Healthy and free meals at a location near you! Open to all youth 18 and under at no cost.
Farmers Market Nutrition Program
Eligible individuals will receive by mail one set of checks worth $24 to be spent at participating farmer's markets.
Offers low-cost prescription medication to qualified residents (income-based) age 65 and older.
UPMC Help and Referral Line
Trained staff can assist with identifying community resources, resources for caregivers, caregiver support, and more!
UPMC Living At Home Program
A community-based program that keeps an individual living independently and safely in their own home for as long as possible.
Achieva Benefits Counseling
Achieve employment goals while maintaining vital government benefits.
PA Covid-19 Crisis Counseling Line
FREE crisis counselors are available 24/7.
United Way FREE Tax Prep Coalition
United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania wants to help you get the best tax return possible for your family.
For LGBTQ+ Youth: Call 1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678678.
LGBTQ+ National Hotline
LGBTQ+ National Hotline - Call 1-888-843-4564.
Consumer Health Coalition
Licensed Marketplace Navigators who can provide unbiased enrollment assistance at no cost.
Center for Community Resources
Call 855-284-2494 for assistance during a mental health crisis. Free and open to all PA residents 24/7.
PA Women Work
Helping women find financial stability, independence, education, employment, etc.
Adagio Nutrition Education “Power Up”
Power Up is a SNAP-Education program funded by the USDA.
Crisis Center North
Medical and legal information and advocacy + counseling and therapy.
Medical and legal information + 24/7 counseling and therapy. Emergency shelter, if space is available.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR)
Medical and legal information + in-person advocate available 24/7. Counseling and therapy. NO shelter.
Sexual Assault Hotline & Rape Abuse Incest National Network (RAINN)
Call 1-800-656-4673 to be connected to a service provider in your area.
Peer Support and Advocacy Network
Call 412-227-0402 or visit http://www.peer-support.org/
Optum Help Line
24/7, Free, Mental Health Professionals. 24/7. Free. Open to anyone nationwide.
Resolve Crisis Center
Mobile crisis unit for in-person wellness checkups and crisis assessments in Allegheny County.
Suicide Prevention Hotline
Trying Together Housing Information
Provides more information about the Housing Stabilization Program, Housing Legal Assistance Program, Just Mediation Pittsburgh, etc.
Facebook Group for Food Assistance
A Facebook group dedicated to helping individuals with food assistance.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Support
Support for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Meals on Wheels
Helps individuals with food assistance.
Senior Centers, Aging Services, Inc.
Must have a reservation to attend the center or receive a lunch.
Chevy Chase Center
Home-delivered hot meals and free take-out lunches.
IUP Pantry for Students
On-campus pantry for individuals in need.
Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)
Dedicated to helping women, children and infants receive healthcare assistance.
Indiana County Assistance Office
Assistance for individuals in need.
Indiana County Community Action Program (ICCAP)
Helps individuals with food and rent/utility assistance.
Food Delivery (Seniors 65+ and adults with disabilities)
Free meals for seniors 65+ and adults with disabilities.
Provides a week’s supply of food and supplies for families of early learners and other participants of LCCAP programs.
Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)
Helps assist women, children and infants with their healthcare needs.
Lawrence County Community Action Partnership
Helps to assist individuals in need with their resources.
SNAP Applications at Lawrence County Partnership
Helps individuals apply for SNAP
Lawrence County Assistance Office
Provides multiple resources for individuals.
Catholic Charities of New Castle
Basic needs assistance program!
Food Pantries in Indiana County
Emergency Rental Assistance
Helps with rental assistance!
SNAP Program – Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)*, once known as food stamps, helps individuals and families make ends meet.
Find Food – Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
If you are concerned about being able to put food on the table, we’re here to help.
COMPASS Emergency Rental Assistance Program
The Emergency Rental Assistance Program is available in every county in Pennsylvania to assist households unable to pay rent and utilities due to...
Rental Assistance Finder
Use to learn about emergency rental assistance available to tenants and landlords.
Emergency Rental Assistance for Indiana County
This is for rental and utility help.
Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network
Legal assistance for tenants!
PA Public Utility Commission – Utility Bills
PUC Creates Added 2021 Safeguards to Help Households and Small Businesses Address Past-Due Utility Bills
PA Public Utility Commission – Energy Bills
Need help with your energy bills?
PGH20: Customer Assistance Program (CAP) (English version)
Our Customer Assistance Programs provide financial relief for income-qualified residential customers who are having difficulty paying their water...
PGH20: Customer Assistance Program (CAP) (Spanish version)
Nuestros programas de ayuda para el cliente proporcionan un alivio financiero para los clientes residenciales que reúnen los requisitos por...
Department of Human Services Resources (English & Spanish versions)
Apply for or manage benefits from the comfort of home. You don't have to come to the County Assistance Office (CAO) to take advantage of valuable...
Rent and Utility Relief
Were you and your family affected by COVID-19 and behind on rent or utilities? If so, you may qualify for assistance!
Columbia Gas Assistance
Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania offers a variety of customer assistance programs. You can increase your home’s energy efficiency, enroll in an...
Cancer screening, health screening, immunizations, PrEP, tobacco cessation treatment and more!
Federal Assistance Locator
Federal Assistance locator tool for help with rent and utilities!
Laurel Legal Services
Provides free civil legal services to qualified, low-income clients residing in six Counties in Western Pennsylvania.
Salvation Army Seasonal 2021 Sign-Ups!
Angel Tree & Adopt-a-Family, Coats for Kids & Project Bundle Up, Kicks for Kids, Holiday Meal, and Sheetz for the Kidz
Sheetz for the Kidz Holiday Program
Provides underprivileged children the opportunity to celebrate the holidays with new toys, clothes and other basic needs.
NuMoola is an educational App that uses real money to teach kids (and parents!) about managing their finances.
The Open Door
The Open Door is a licensed non-profit behavioral health organization designed to provide treatment and services for substance use and gambling...