Low-income housing, shelters, and homeless services

Resource

Description

American Red Cross
Corry Chapter
134 East main Street
Corry, PA 16407Phone: 814-663-2394
Fax: 814-644-3073
General Service Description:
service to military families, disaster aid, blood services, First Aid courses, transportation to medical appointments, service to veterans, AIDS education.Who is eligible?
anyone in need within their territory

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: 9 AM – Noon, 1-4 PM

American Red Cross
Greater Erie County Chapter

4961 Pittsburgh Avenue
Erie, PA 16509Phone: 814-833-0942
Fax: 814-833-3764
General Service Description:
immediate food, shelter, clohing, and counseling to victims of disasters, services to military familiesWho is eligible?
any person living in Erie County affected by an emergency or disaster

Program Hrs: 24-hour emergency service

Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM – 5 PM

American Red Cross
West County Service Center

9984 Martin Avenue
Lake City, PA 16423Phone: 814-774-5691
Fax:
General Service Description:
immediate food, shelter, clothing, and counseling to victims of disaster, services to military familiesWho is eligible?
any person living in Erie County affected by an emergency or disaster

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: 9 AM – 5 PM

Anchor House
310 West Church Street
Corry, PA 16407Phone: 814-665-7841

Fax:

General Service Description:
residential and emergency shelter service for dependent teens; provides short-term, in-home services to children and families in an effort to prevent placementWho is eligible?
Youths age 10 – 18 years

Program Hrs: Open 24 hours

Office Hours: M-F 9 AM – 5 PM

Better Homes for Erie, Inc.16th, 17th & Holland to German Sts.
Erie, PA 16503Phone: 814-459-1047
Fax:
General Service Description:
52 low-income housing unitsWho is eligible?
Families/individuals will be interviewed to see if they meet the Federal/Agency guidelines.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM – 5 PM

Booker T. Washington Center
1720 Holland Street
Erie, PA 16503Phone: 814-453-5744
Fax:
General Service Description:
information and referral, housing counseling, emergency food, transportation, summer food program, WIC, special supplement food program.Who is eligible?
Residents of Erie County

Program Hrs: Call for specific program times

Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM – 5 PM

Booker T. Washington Center
East 26thPhone: 814-456-7996

Fax:

General Service Description:Who is eligible?

Program Hrs:

Office Hours:

Cathedral of St. Paul
134 West 7th Street
Erie, PA 16501

Phone: 814-452-3779
Fax:

 General Service Description:
emergency help -vouchers; emergency food bags; Food Pantry – Friday 9-noon ONLY; Meals provided once a month.Who is eligible?
Anyone with emergency need.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: M-F 9 AM – noon

City Mission
New Life Center

1023 French Street
Erie, PA 16512Phone: 814-452-4421
Fax: 814-455-8825
General Service Description:
men: Four-phase spiritual life program, emergency shelter. Anyone: Free meal, crisis intervention, food, clothingWho is eligible?
all men, women, and children in need (call for eligibility for specific programs

)Program Hrs: meal 7 days, 11:30AM Crisis interv. M-F 10-11:30AM

Office Hours: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Community House, Inc.
Addicted Women with Children Program
521 West 7th Street
Erie, PA 16502Phone: 814-459-5853
Fax:
General Service Description:
Inpatient, non-hospital drug and alcohol services.Who is eligible?
Women with substance abuse problems, age 18 or older with up to 2 children under 12 years old.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: 24/7

Community House, Inc.
Transitional Living Program
550 West 7th Street
Erie, PA 16502Phone: 814-459-5853
Fax:
General Service Description:
Residential program for women who have experienced drug and alcohol treatment or inmates from the State or Erie County Prison System.Who is eligible?
Women with substance abuse problems or transfers from the PA Department of Corrections.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: 24/7

Community of Caring
245 East 8th Street
Erie, PA 16512Phone: 814-456-6661
Fax:
General Service Description:
Shelter for homeless. Food bags, W & F 9-noon. Diabetic food bags Th 9-noon. Meals: M-F, Breakfast 8-9 AM, lunch 11:30 AM – 1 PM. Sunday: brunch after church.Who is eligible?
Residential services – must be homeless; food bag – meet state requirements; meals – anyone.

Program Hrs: See description for program hours.

Office Hours: 24/7

Community of Caring
East 21stPhone: 814-453-5556
Fax:
General Service Description:Who is eligible?
Program Hrs:
Office Hours:
Community of Caring
Drop-In Shelter
655 West 16th Street
(Not shelter address)
Erie, PA 16502Phone: 814-453-5937
Fax: 814-456-415
General Service Description:
Shelter, meals, referrals to services.Who is eligible?
Anyone in need of shelter.

Program Hrs: 24/7

Office Hours:

Crossroads Hall
414 West 5th Street
Erie, PA 16507Phone: 814-459-4775
Fax: 814-453-6118
General Service Description:
Residential and outpatient services for individuals with a chemical dependency.Who is eligible?
Anyone with a serious chemical dependency.

Program Hrs: 24/7

Office Hours: M-F 8:30AM – 5PM

Crossroads Hall
Daniel S. Snow Recovery House
361 West 5th Street
Erie, PA 16507Phone: 814-459-4775
Fax: 814-453-6118
General Service Description:
Transitional living for men coming out of a drug rehabilitation program.Who is eligible?
Males over 18 having completed a residential treatment program.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: M-F 8:30AM – 5PM

Erie United Methodist Alliance
Hope House

1033 E. 26th St.
Erie, PA 16504Phone: 814-456-8073
Fax: 814-456-4513
General Service Description:
Transitional living program for families with children.Who is eligible?
Any family suffering from homelessness including one or both parents.

Program Hrs: euma-erie.org/hopehouse.html

Office Hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 am

Erie United Methodist Alliance
Liberty House

550 W. 7th St.
Erie, PA 16502Phone: 814-874-3687
Fax: 814-453-3007
General Service Description:
Transitional living program for US veterans.Who is eligible?
Any honorably discharged US veteran suffering from homelessness.

Program Hrs: euma-erie.org/libertyhouse.html

Office Hours: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm

Erie United Methodist Alliance
Project Hope for the Homeless Outreach Office
249 E. 8th St.
Erie, PA 16503Phone: 814-456-5670
Fax: 814-454-4738
General Service Description:
Assisting those suffering from homelessness in finding the services they need.Who is eligible?
Anyone suffering from homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless.

Program Hrs: euma-erie.org/outreach.html

Office Hours: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

 Erie United Methodist AllianceRefuge, The
1027 E. 27th St.
Erie, PA 16504Phone: 814-454-6088
Fax: 814-456-9614
 General Service Description:
Emergency shelter for families with children.Who is eligible?
Any family suffering from homelessness including one or both parents.

Program Hrs: euma-erie.org/refuge.html

Office Hours: 7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Greater Erie Community Action Committee (GECAC)
GECAC Community and Program Services

18 West 9th Street
Erie, PA 16501Phone: 814-459-4581
Fax:
General Service Description:
housing: case management, rent, and utility assistance; housing counseling to homeless, near-homeless, and clients in crisis.Who is eligible?
Varies with programs

Program Hrs: Call for appointment

Office Hours: M-F 8:30AM – 5PM

Hope House
324 West 2nd Street
Erie, PA 16503Phone: 814-455-4577
Fax:
General Service Description:
Transitional housing for homeless women and children.Who is eligible?
Homeless women and their children willing to work at improving their situation.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: 8AM – 4PM

Horizon House
Union City, PA 16438Phone: 814-438-2675
Fax:
General Service Description:
Emergency shelter, transportation, referral.Who is eligible?
Women in crisis and their children needing shelter.

Program Hrs: 24/7

Office Hours: 24/7

Hospitality House Services for Women, Inc.
Transitional Living Center

PO Box 1436
Erie, PA 16512Phone: 814-459-5844
Fax: 814-459-6512
General Service Description:
Transitional housing and related services. Alt phone: 814-454-8161. Temporary emergency shelter for women and children in crisis situation – domestic violence. EMERGENCY HOTLINE: 814-455-1774 (admin).Who is eligible?
Young mothers ages 16-21 years, one child or toddler, employed  or in school.

Program Hrs: Emergency Hotline: 24/7

Office Hours: 8:30AM – 5:30PM

Housing and Neighborhood Development Services (HANDS)
139 East 12th Street
Erie, PA 16501Phone: 814-459-1047
Fax: 814-459-0922
General Service Description:
Provides low-income housing.Who is eligible?
Families/individuals who meet federal and agency guidelines.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: M-F 8:30AM – 5PM

Housing Authority of the City of Erie
606 Holland Street
Erie, PA 16501Phone: 814-452-2425
Fax: 814-452-2429
General Service Description:
Housing for low-income families, the elderly, and handicapped individuals, and section 8 housing assistance.Who is eligible?
By income, depending upon family size and handicapped/disabled/elderly status.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: M-F 8:30AM – 4:30 PM

Liberty HousePhone: 814-874-3687
Fax:
General Service Description:
2-year transitional living. Who is eligible?
Veterans. Program Hrs:

Office Hours:

Love, Inc. (West Erie County)
PO Box 108
Lake City, PA 16423Phone: 814-774-5688
Fax:
General Service Description:
Food, clothing, housing, transportation.Who is eligible?
Residents of West Erie County.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: T, W, Th 9AM – Noon

Maria House Project
1701 Parade Street
Erie, PA 16503Phone: 814-454-0891
Fax:
General Service Description:
Small group living for adult males in need of drug/alcohol free environment; sliding scale rent.Who is eligible?

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: M,W,F 9AM – Noon

Mental Health Base Service Unit
Homeless Case Management

2185 West 8th Street
Erie, PA 16505Phone: 814-455-7393
Fax:
General Service Description:
Assist client in securing permanent housing; referrals to other services.Who is eligible?
Erie County residents who are homeless on the street or in certain shelters (Community of Caring and Bridge Housing).

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: 8:30 AM – 5 PM

Mercy Center for Women
1039 East 27th Street
Erie, PA 16504Phone: 814-455-4577
Fax:
General Service Description:
Shelter services.Who is eligible? 

Program Hrs:

Office Hours:

 Moriah Guest House
920 Holland Street
Erie, PA 16503Phone: 814-459-4050
Fax:
 General Service Description:
Housing, on-site day care, and other support services.Who is eligible?
Pregnant and parenting women 18 years and older who are working, in college, or in another post-high-school program.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: M-F 10AM – 4PM

Pegasus Integrated Living Center
810 Walnut Street
Erie, PA 16512Phone: 814-459-2273
Fax: 814-453-7145
General Service Description:
Transitional living (residential), supported community (home-based), community reintegration assesment, long-term supported living program (residential).Who is eligible?
Persons 18 years of age, medically stable, candidate for learning/developing independent living skills.

Program Hrs:

Office Hours: 8 AM – 4:30 PM

Project Hope for the HomelessPhone: 814-456-5670
Fax:
General Service Description:Who is eligible?

Program Hrs:

Office Hours:

Saint Martin’s Center
1701 Parade StreetErie, PA 16503Phone: 814-452-6113
Fax:
General Service Description:
Emergency assistance – financial, food, clothing, household furnishings, counseling, advocacy, other.Who is eligible?
Anyone in need.

Program Hrs: 24 hour phone answering

Office Hours: M-F 8:30 AM – 4 PM

Saint Patrick Haven, Inc.Phone: 814-454-7219
Fax:
 General Service Description:Who is eligible?
Homeless males.

Program Hrs: Office Hours:

Salvation Army Citadel Corps
1022 Liberty Street
Erie, PA 16512Phone: 814-454-6497
Fax:
General Service Description:
Hot lunches (fee $1.50), emergency assistance, food, clothing, other services.Who is eligible?
Anyone.

Program Hrs: Lunch 11:30 AM; 24hr phone answering

Office Hours: M-F 9AM – 4PM

Women’s Care Center of Erie CountyPhone: 814-836-7505
Fax:
General Service Description:Who is eligible?

Program Hrs:

Office Hours:

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