Carbon County assistance programs

There are a few different agencies and non-profits in Jim Thorpe and Carbon County Pennsylvania to turn to for help. They include the agencies listed below.

Pathstone

This non-profit provides assistance to working poor and low income in Pennsylvania. They offer numerous services and assistance programs to those who need help. They offer programs like emergency food and shelter, health care, free tax preparation services, housing for the homeless, and other forms of aid and assistance. The bottom line is that the agency wants to so what they can to end the poverty cycle that impacted many families. Learn more on Pathstone foreclosure counseling. Dial (717) 677-9181.

North Penn Legal Services

This firm provides free legal advice and advice to low income, elderly and disabled families. Their goal is to ensure that all people have fair access to legal services. They offer numerous programs, and attorneys provide advice with a wide variety of legal issues and matter. The low income can get help with legal issues, consumer debts, family and elderly programs, foreclosure, landlord tenant issues, and much more. Click here to learn more, or call 877-953-4250

 

 

Diakon Volunteer Home Care

This volunteer organization may be able to provide help. The assistance programs they run provide local residents who are struggling with short-term, non-medical assistance, such as companionship, transportation assistance, errands, light household chores, and more. The organization is staffed through teams of volunteers from local communities and congregations in Carbon County.

Carbon County Action Committee For Human Services

This is the local community action agency. These organizations are always a great resource to turn to to learn more about various assistance programs, both run at the federal and state levels. The goal of the agency is to help people become self-sufficient over the long term, but in the short term they can offer information and access to programs such as LIHEAP, weatherization, and rent assistance through homeless prevention programs. Call the agency at (610) 377-6400.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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