Salvation Army assistance programs in Bucks County.

Individual needs can be addressed by case managers from the Salvation Army in Bucks County. Many programs are offered directly by them and if the center can’t meet your needs they will refer you to other resources. Any advice is free and confidential, and low income families can learn about food and rental assistance, emergency funds for paying heating and utility bills, and other financial support. Families in Bucks County Pennsylvania can get help in moving from a crisis to safety and stability. Some of the main Salvation Army programs in the county and Levittown area are below.

  • Food assistance includes a pantry, canned goods, and Christmas and Holiday meals, including Thanksgiving and Easter baskets.
  • Thrift stores can distribute clothing or furniture, and vouchers may be offered to some people so they get items for free.
  • Energy bill assistance includes funds for heating bills when someone is faced with a disconnection. When the weather gets cold in Pennsylvania, this is when the demand of the Salvation Army increases.
  • Housing, including rental assistance may be offered to people facing an eviction. Or get advice from case managers on eviction prevention. The Salvation Army can also help people and seniors in Bucks County find low income housing. Emergency shelter may be offered too.
  • Transportation assistance can provide vouchers for gasoline, help for car repairs, and rides for seniors.
  • Christmas assistance includes the Angel Tree, meals, Red Kettle, and more. A focus is on families with children who would otherwise go without on the holidays.




  • Information is offered as well. Counseling, case management, advice, referrals, and other support is provided by the Salvation Army, and they have listings of local non-profits, state of Pennsylvania assistance programs, and more.

The Bucks County social service office can assist with offering free food, utilities, clothing, and rent/mortgage assistance when funding is available. A local community center has programs and activities for students and children during the school year and summer. A worship center is also available.

Many people are faced with a crisis that is not of their doing, and it can include the sudden loss of a job, eviction, or some type of medical emergency or bills. Sometimes your car may break down at a difficult time. Regardless of your circumstances, the Salvation Army is there for you, and they are prepared to help lower income families in need. Services are offered year round, with seasonal programs available as well.





The Salvation Army Family Services Office strives to help people gain self-sufficiency and to help individuals by offering services and case management. Social workers will work with clients on a case by case basis. Together you will review your needs, and decide upon the best resources and services that are available to you and your family. The Bucks County Pennsylvania Salvation Army also works closely with other non-profit and government agencies through referrals. People are treated with dignity, respect and all services offered are confidential. Get guidance and support from the non-profit agency.

All services listed depend on funding and can vary by location and center in Bucks County. Not all resources and emergency financial assistance programs are available all the time. Especially during the holiday periods when the demand for help tends to increase. The non-profit also collaborates with other government and private agencies to provide as holistic a solution as possible. A focus is always on preventing homelessness in the community.

Senior Centers are available in Pennsylvania. Older adults, elderly, senior citizens and the homebound are supported by the Salvation Army. A location is in Levittown, and they work with area agency on aging centers too. This includes the availability of community centers and churches. At these locations senior citizens can sign up for hot-lunch programs, free educational classes, adult day care, and a community care ministry. Volunteers and staff offer the needy a caring heart and a helping hand. Some people may even qualify for home delivered items, such as meals or more.

Holiday Programs are mostly funded by donations such as the Red Kettles or Angel Tree. The organization will try to provide needy families with free Easter food baskets, coats and shoes for kids, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, gifts for children, and visitation to the elderly and homebound. Children are also the focus, and gifts and toys can be provided to them.

The Salvation Army centers in Bucks County are located at the following address. This location may be able to refer residents to other organizations as well. Stop by or call the Levittown Community Worship Center, 215 Appletree Drive, Levittown, PA 19055, dial 215-945-0717



By Jon McNamara

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