Can help with job search, skill training, placement, retention, education, childcare services, transportation assistance, etc.
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.
For more resources, 211 from the United Way of PA can help! Visit their website or contact 211.
Earn & Work Ready Program
Call 1-866-550-4355 to apply for medical insurance through the state.
Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)
The ACP is an FCC benefit program that helps ensure that households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare and more.
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!
PA Covid-19 Crisis Counseling Line
FREE crisis counselors are available 24/7.
For LGBTQ+ Youth: Call 1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678678.
LGBTQ+ National Hotline
LGBTQ+ National Hotline - Call 1-888-843-4564.
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.
Crisis Center North
Medical and legal information and advocacy + counseling and therapy.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Sexual Assault Hotline & Rape Abuse Incest National Network (RAINN)
Call 1-800-656-4673 to be connected to a service provider in your area.
Suicide Prevention Hotline
Makes technology available to people most in need through refurbished equipment, computer literacy, training, and support.
A federal government benefit that provides eligible low-income consumers a monthly discount on their phone or internet bill.
Grants for Single Mothers PA Database
This directory offers grants for rent, utility bills, childcare, education, medication, housing, medical bills, mortgages, and more.
Self Determination Project
A non-profit organization that works to expand housing options for people with disabilities in Pennsylvania. Includes home modification information.
Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
Provides enrollment for kids & teens to get affordable health care!
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Support
Support for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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.
Indiana County Assistance Office
Assistance for individuals in need.
Indiana County Community Action Program (ICCAP)
Helps individuals with food and rent/utility assistance.
Meals On Wheels
Offers senior care & transportation assistance.
Pennsylvania Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)
Assists women, infants and children
Rental Assistance Finder
Use to learn about emergency rental assistance available to tenants and landlords.
PA Public Utility Commission – Energy Bills
Need help with your energy bills?
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...
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.
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...
Transitional housing is intended for individuals and families who are in recovery and require further assistance before living independently on...
Feeding Pennsylvania’s Recipes & Videos
Feeding Pa, in partnership with Nourish Pa, has created recipes and videos to help you cook at home!
Bender Consulting Services
Bender Consulting Services, Inc helps all people with disabilities have access to freedom, through competitive employment!
Covid-19 Vaccine Information
Resources to learn more about the Covid-19 vaccines.
Aetna Better Health Kids
Get over-the-counter items and more at NO COST to you!
Indiana County Head Start
Head Start provides education, disabilities services, health/nutrition, etc. for children.
Senior Law Center
We seek justice for older people by using the power of the law, educating the community and advocating on local, state and national levels.
Regional Housing Legal Services
Regional Housing Legal Services (RHLS) is a nonprofit law firm with unique expertise in affordable, sustainable housing and its related components —
PA Health Law Project
PHLP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit legal services organization that represents Pennsylvanians who need help getting or keeping Medicaid (also known as Med
PA Utility Law Project
Are you facing an utility shut off? Are you already without service? Pennsylvania residents may be eligible for free legal help.
Alzheimer’s Association Services
Services include Free 24/7 Helpline, support groups and education programs, innovative resources...
PA Homeowners Assistance Fund (PAHAF)
Provides up to $30,000 to homeowners who have been financially impacted by the pandemic.