Local Housing Resources

The Beaver County HMIS Coordinated Assessment website has all the centralized needs to establish assistance for the homeless in Beaver County.

Area Shelters
Printable document (Includes shelters in Beaver Co., Washington Co., New Castle, PA, Reading, PA, and Youngstown, OH.)

Beaver County Shelters and Housing
A website dedicated to serving the homeless and low-income individuals by listing supportive housing and shelters in Pennsylvania. Listings (by city) include halfway houses, affordable housing, emergency shelters, homeless shelters, day shelters, transitional housing, shared housing, residential drug alcohol rehabilitation programs and permanent affordable housing.

Housing Authority of the County of Beaver (HACB)
HACB provides affordable housing for families and senior citizens who meet low and moderate income guidelines. HABC manages townhouses and apartments located in the neighborhoods throughout Beaver County.

Cornerstone Recovery & Supports (CRS)
501 7th Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA  15010

CRS is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower people who experience mental illness and co-occurring disorders to access the resources necessary to improve his/her quality of life while maintaining a safe living environment.

CRS services include:
Community Residential Rehabilitation Services
Permanent Supported Housing
Permanent Supported Housing Case Management
Housing Specialist

The Cornerstone
Located in Beaver Falls, The Cornerstone provides reliable information and central access to Beaver County resources:  Emergency Needs.   Utility Assistance.  Supportive Services.   Printable flyer.

1217 7th Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA  15010

Habitat for Humanity of Beaver County

Habitat for Humanity of Beaver County has been putting faith into action in our community since the spring of 1992, partnering with hard-working individuals, families, and volunteers to build homes. Our affiliate was organized by the Men’s Club of the Conway Presbyterian Church in Conway, PA. We have provided homes for families throughout Beaver County and, by means of our tithe to Habitat for Humanity International, we have built over 65 homes outside of the US. Our Mission is to eliminate poverty housing by empowering people to change their lives. In addition, we serve our community by increasing our county’s yearly tax revenue by $95,000 through rehabbing blighted houses or building on vacant lots.

Affordable Housing Online
Browse affordable housing, conventional apartments and Section 8 housing by city or zip code search.

PAHousingSearch.com is a free, online rental and homeownership service that links people who need housing with the housing they need. This website has been recently updated, relaunched and continues to be backed by a helpful call center.  Operators are available toll-free Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. at 1.877.428.8844.

Beaver County Private Rental Landlord List:   This list provides landlord name(s) and contact information by neighborhoods in Beaver County.

Housing Phone Numbers:

Homeless/Crisis Hotline:  724.714.6203
(This line will be answered by The Cornerstone during business hours and by Crossroads outside of business hours.)

City Rescue Mission, New Castle:  724.652.4321
Crossroads Severe Weather Shelter (accepts all):   724.846.1303
Women’s Center of Beaver County 724.775.0131
HELP House:  724.775.4535
Crescent Commons:  724.630.2019
The C.A.R.L. Program:  724.846.6400  x 33
Friendship Homes:  724.846.1089
Housing Authority:  724.775.1220
Housing Specialist: 724.513.5544
Fair Housing Office:  724.203.0114
BC-LAUNCH (Homeless Assistance Program): 724.378.4665

Social Services:

Franklin Center:  724.728.6000
Catholic Charities:  724.775.0758
American Red Cross:  724.775.9700
Salvation Army:  724.846.2330
HIV/AIDS SWPAPC:  877/732.0401

Food Assistance:

BC Resource Card – housing supports, community schedule of meals
Beaver County housing support resources and housing options with phone numbers.

Produce to People
Produce to People is the Food Bank’s large-scale produce distribution program. Each family receives 30-45 pounds of food, mostly fresh produce. Produce to People is an additional resource to your local pantry – you can come to as many distributions as you need to, and still attend your local pantry.  Bring your bags!

Click to the left to learn more, find locations and
see/print the July-Dec 2018 schedule.

Other Related Links:

The Complete Guide to Home Loans for People with Disabilities

How to Keep Your Home Through Debilitating Mental Illness

The Mortgage Reports
Newly published finance and home buying resources

Grants for Home Modification: 16 Resources for Homeowners with Disabilities 
(Having your home appropriately modified can be life-saving in times of disaster.)

Emergency Power Planning for People Who Use Electricity and Battery-Dependent Assistive Technology

Emergency Preparedness for People With Disabilities — Guide and Checklist

Disaster Safety for People with Disabilities: What to Do When Emergency Weather Strikes

Disaster Preparedness For Seniors By Seniors