Fayette County Pennsylvania assistance programs.

Find emergency assistance, grants, and help with bills

A wide variety of services and resources are offered by the Fayette County Community Action Agency. The organization is a local, non-profit agency that focuses on providing resources for low income, the unemployed, senior citizens, and disabled. However others may be eligible for aid and support as well. Find some of the services they offer below, and contact them to learn about other resources they may offer or to apply. Their main office is located at 108 North Beeson Avenue, Uniontown, Pennsylvania 15401. Call them at (724) 437-6050.

Some of the services and programs they offer include :

  • Help with rent. The goal is to prevent evictions, and the agency may have cash grants available to do that.
     
  • Mortgage assistance and counseling. They can also refer and advise homeowners on mortgage assistance programs that are offered by banks, the federal government and others. For example, click here to learn more about Wells Fargo mortgage assistance programs and also find information on Bank of America mortgage plans. Also all banks offer some type of plans, and those two are just examples.
     
  • Help with utility and security deposits.
     
  • Budget counseling, credit repaid counseling, and other tips for how to eliminate debt.
     
  • Housing repaid and modernization programs.

Housing Assistance - The housing department will address the needs of people in Fayette County who are close to being evicted, behind on their mortgage, and also those who are currently homeless. They offer a wide variety of housing and other related services. Some of the housing specific assistance includes rent help, funds for security deposit payments, utility bill and mortgage assistance to persons who are facing an imminent eviction, and case management services. They also focus on those who are facing eviction, and can refer people to Pennsylvania’s mortgage programs, such as the Homeowners Mortgage Assistance Program. This is offered by Pennsylvania’s Housing Finance Agency, which processes applications for delinquent mortgagors to prevent foreclosure.

 

 

 

 

Other resources - Some of the other services and resources they offer include the $1 Energy Fund, the CAP (Customer Assistance Program) for utility and heating bills, programs for seniors and the disabled, ways to file income taxes for free, and more.

For more information on these and other resources, call the community action agency at (724) 437-6050. Or click here for details.

Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is a leading local charity organization. The volunteers and groups, including churches, can help families in Fayette County Pennsylvania meet their basic needs. This can include free food, clothing, meals, and a thrift store. Donations and contributions are always needed for these programs too.

In addition to that, limited financial assistance may be offered by the St. Vincent charity. Funds are very limited and will require the applicant to go through an interview process. When funding and grants allow, qualified residents of the Uniontown area and entire county can get money for paying rent, heating and utility bills, and other expenses. Some vouchers for medications may be offered too, in particular for seniors, children and the uninsured. Get more details, including phone numbers to call, for help. Click here.

The Fayette and Uniontown Salvation Army Center provides support. The charity arranges everything from food to free Christmas toys or meals to placement into a rehabilitation center. The Family Store has clothing or vouchers to pay for items, and case managers can help clients applying for various energy bill grant programs, SNAP food stamps, job training, and more. Call (724) 437-2031, or more Fayette County Salvation Army programs.

Find help from food banks, pantries, and soup kitchens. Volunteers and businesses from the community donate time or surplus food to these non-profits. The items are then packaged and provided to families living in poverty, seniors, or children. There are food supplies, lunches from soup kitchens, clothing for work, and public aid offered from the USDA as well. More on Fayette County food pantries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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