Bucks County Resources

  • Physical Health

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    Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic

    Participants are required to provide proof of residence in Bucks County, be uninsured, and present proof of a household income within 250% of the Federal Poverty Level.

    The Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic provides free medical and dental care for uninsured low-income adults and children residing in Bucks County. The clinic also providers information about other community resources and helps uninsured apply for healthcare coverage.

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    595 West State St.
    Doylestown, PA 18901
    (215) 345-2260 freeclinic@dh.org

    Monday-Tuesday, 8:00am-8:00pm; Wednesday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm.

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    PA Law Project

    The PA Health Law Project works to ensure everyone has access to health care. Outside of advocating for the right to health care, the Law Project provides free legal services to any low-income resident of Pennsylvania having difficulty accessing publicly funded health care, whose health care has been terminated or reduced, or who have been denied Medicare (or similar health care programming). Additionally, the Law Project helps eligible residents apply for Medicare, responds to issues of denial of service (i.e. for prescriptions), and anyone struggling with their health care costs. The only requirement is income related, otherwise, the program is nondiscriminatory - there is a helpline which can be utilized for base information by anyone, regardless of income. If you're in need of assistance, or have a question take advantage of the helpline by dialing: 1-800-274-3258

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  • Government Assistance/Public Benefits

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    Bucks County Assistance Office

    The county office offers financial assistance, food stamps, health care and medical assistance, help for heating and energy bills, employment and training counseling, information and referral for social services and government programs.

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    COMPASS

    COMPASS is an online application for Pennsylvanians to apply for health and human services programs. The application includes Health Care benefits such as Medical Assistance, CHIP, and Medicaid for Former Foster Care Youth. The application also includes Home and Community Based Services Referrals such as Early Intervention Services, Intellectual Disability Services, and Autism Services. Additionally, COMPASS includes Home and Community Based Living Services, Cash Assistance, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), SNAP (food stamps), and other benefits.

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    (800) 451-5886

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    Family Service Association of Bucks County

    Participants are required to be low-income older adults living in independent housing in Bucks County.

    The Family Services Association of Bucks County offers Benefits Navigation for Older Adults, free face-to-face assistance with applying for public benefits to improve financial stability. The program helps low-income older adults apply for: SNAP (food stamps); LIHEAP (heating assistance); PACE/PACENet (help lower prescription costs); Extra Help/LIS (also helps lower prescription costs); Medical Savings Benefit (state pay your Medicare Part B premium); Medical Assistance (provide comprehensive, low-cost health care); Property Tax/Rent Rebate (receive a refund of taxes or rent paid in the prior year). Services are free of charge to low-income older adults living in independent housing in Bucks County. To access services, call the Family Services Association of Bucks County to do a preliminary evaluation of benefits eligibility by phone and then can schedule an appointment to meet at the individual's home or nearby location.

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    4 Cornerstone Drive
    Langhorne, PA 19047
    215-757-6916, ext. 239 benefitsnavigation@fsabc.org

    Monday – Thursday 8:30am– 9:00pm; Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm. 

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    PA Law Project

    The PA Health Law Project works to ensure everyone has access to health care. Outside of advocating for the right to health care, the Law Project provides free legal services to any low-income resident of Pennsylvania having difficulty accessing publicly funded health care, whose health care has been terminated or reduced, or who have been denied Medicare (or similar health care programming). Additionally, the Law Project helps eligible residents apply for Medicare, responds to issues of denial of service (i.e. for prescriptions), and anyone struggling with their health care costs. The only requirement is income related, otherwise, the program is nondiscriminatory - there is a helpline which can be utilized for base information by anyone, regardless of income. If you're in need of assistance, or have a question take advantage of the helpline by dialing: 1-800-274-3258

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  • Case Management

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    Bucks County Department of Mental Health

    Bucks County Department of Mental Health provide services throughout the county. Services include: crisis services, outpatient therapy, case management, and resource coordination. Housing services, psychiatric rehabilitation, and vocational and employment services are also available.

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    600 Louis Dr Suite 101
    Warminster, PA 18974
    (215) 444-2800

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    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS): Homeless Assistance Program

    Pennsylvania DHS's Homeless Assistance Program is a government program which assists individuals who are currently homeless or at risk of eviction. Services include case management, rental assistance, emergency shelter services, and more. Please visit the website to find your local office.

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  • Housing

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    Bucks County Department of Mental Health

    Bucks County Department of Mental Health provide services throughout the county. Services include: crisis services, outpatient therapy, case management, and resource coordination. Housing services, psychiatric rehabilitation, and vocational and employment services are also available.

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    600 Louis Dr Suite 101
    Warminster, PA 18974
    (215) 444-2800

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    Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless

    Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless (CSSH) is an alliance of faith-based and community service organizations assisting unsheltered adults in Central Bucks County. Our first priority is to provide shelter on Code Blue nights. At the same time, we try to link the homeless and financially distressed to needed resources. CSSH only provides transportation to and from the shelter in the winter and to free community meals. There are free community meals the first, second, and third Sunday of the month. Please call ahead or check website to find out time and place, as well as if transportation there is needed.

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    196 W. Ashland St
    Doylestown, PA 18901
    (866) 390-0291 contact.us@co2ssh.org

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    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS): Homeless Assistance Program

    Pennsylvania DHS's Homeless Assistance Program is a government program which assists individuals who are currently homeless or at risk of eviction. Services include case management, rental assistance, emergency shelter services, and more. Please visit the website to find your local office.

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  • Behavioral Health

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    Bucks County Department of Mental Health

    Bucks County Department of Mental Health provide services throughout the county. Services include: crisis services, outpatient therapy, case management, and resource coordination. Housing services, psychiatric rehabilitation, and vocational and employment services are also available.

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    600 Louis Dr Suite 101
    Warminster, PA 18974
    (215) 444-2800

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    Edison Court

    Edison Court provides mental health services and treatments for children and adults. The Ravenhill Psychological Services is specifically for adult clients, and some of their programming includes: integrative anger management, batterer intervention programming, and sex offender treatment programs. Please note that there are two locations in Bucks County; one in Doylestown and one in Levittown.

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    350 South Main St, Suite 213
    Doylestown, PA 18901
    267-372-0109

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    Northwestern Human Services

    NHS offers a continuum of care in behavioral health (includes mental health and addictive diseases), integrating services in both community and site based settings. These services provide a wide range of recovery focused treatment, services, and supports, including: residential and housing options, site and clinic-based services, and community-based services. NHS operates throughout Pennsylvania, so please look online or call to find out which office is nearest to you.

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    The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania

    The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. (The Council) is a private non-profit prevention, education, advocacy, assessment, intervention, and recovery support organization that provides a wide range of services to reduce the impact of addition and improve related health issues for the entire community. The Council has multiple locations, so please call ahead or visit their website to find the nearest office.

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    1286 Veterans Hwy, Suite D6
    Bristol, Pennsylvania 19007
    (215) 345-6644

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  • Voter Registration

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  • Life Skills Training

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  • Food and Clothing

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    Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless

    Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless (CSSH) is an alliance of faith-based and community service organizations assisting unsheltered adults in Central Bucks County. Our first priority is to provide shelter on Code Blue nights. At the same time, we try to link the homeless and financially distressed to needed resources. CSSH only provides transportation to and from the shelter in the winter and to free community meals. There are free community meals the first, second, and third Sunday of the month. Please call ahead or check website to find out time and place, as well as if transportation there is needed.

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    196 W. Ashland St
    Doylestown, PA 18901
    (866) 390-0291 contact.us@co2ssh.org

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    Feeding Pennsylvania

    Feeding Pennsylvania is a partnership among Feeding America food banks across the state. In order to find food banks in your area, please visit the website and use the food bank locator.

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    (717) 724-3194

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  • Transportation

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    Bucks County Transport

    Participants are required to apply for the service before scheduling a ride by completing either the senior or the general public application for the shared ride program.

    Bucks County Transport is a private, non-profit organization that provides shared ride transportation services for all Bucks County residents. Seniors (ages 65+) receive a 15% discount on fares. All fares are available on their website for the shared-ride program. Before a trip can be scheduled, you have to register with Bucks County Transport either by calling 1-888-795-0740 or printing, completing, and mailing the application (which is available online). Scheduling hours are available 8:30AM-4:30PM and transportation is available Monday-Friday 6AM-6PM. Bucks County Transport asks for rides to be scheduled at least 2 weeks in advance.

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    215-794-5554

    Scheduling Hours are Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. Transportation is available Monday-Friday 6am-6pm.

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    Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless

    Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless (CSSH) is an alliance of faith-based and community service organizations assisting unsheltered adults in Central Bucks County. Our first priority is to provide shelter on Code Blue nights. At the same time, we try to link the homeless and financially distressed to needed resources. CSSH only provides transportation to and from the shelter in the winter and to free community meals. There are free community meals the first, second, and third Sunday of the month. Please call ahead or check website to find out time and place, as well as if transportation there is needed.

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    196 W. Ashland St
    Doylestown, PA 18901
    (866) 390-0291 contact.us@co2ssh.org

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  • Employment & Volunteer Opportunities

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    CareerLink

    PA CareerLink is a free, one-stop shop with highly trained staff ready to assist you with your job search, whether you're looking for your first job or to advance your career. Their services include: resume workshops, career counseling, job search assistance, interview skills training, skills assessment, job fairs, computer training, free access to a computer lab, and career exploration. Please visit the website to find your local office.

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    Cover Letter Template

    The attached resource is provided to assist in creating a cover letter to gain employment.

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    Resume Template

    The attached resource is provided to assist in creating a resume to gain employment.

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    Southeastern Pennsylvania Healthcare Alliance (SEPHA)

    Southeastern Pennsylvania Healthcare Alliance (SEPHA) offers a full spectrum of healthcare providers: acute care, long-term care, assisted living, rehab facilities, retirement communities, skilled nursing facilities, and home health providers; educators; and workforce development partners. SEPHA helps low-skilled workers to gain the skills, training, and credentials necessary to advance in healthcare careers. Individuals must have a High School Diploma or GED to participate.

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    310 Amosland Rd
    Holmes, PA 19043
    (610) 543-5022

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  • Faith-based

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    Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless

    Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless (CSSH) is an alliance of faith-based and community service organizations assisting unsheltered adults in Central Bucks County. Our first priority is to provide shelter on Code Blue nights. At the same time, we try to link the homeless and financially distressed to needed resources. CSSH only provides transportation to and from the shelter in the winter and to free community meals. There are free community meals the first, second, and third Sunday of the month. Please call ahead or check website to find out time and place, as well as if transportation there is needed.

    Click here for website

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    196 W. Ashland St
    Doylestown, PA 18901
    (866) 390-0291 contact.us@co2ssh.org

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  • Senior Services

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    Family Service Association of Bucks County

    Participants are required to be low-income older adults living in independent housing in Bucks County.

    The Family Services Association of Bucks County offers Benefits Navigation for Older Adults, free face-to-face assistance with applying for public benefits to improve financial stability. The program helps low-income older adults apply for: SNAP (food stamps); LIHEAP (heating assistance); PACE/PACENet (help lower prescription costs); Extra Help/LIS (also helps lower prescription costs); Medical Savings Benefit (state pay your Medicare Part B premium); Medical Assistance (provide comprehensive, low-cost health care); Property Tax/Rent Rebate (receive a refund of taxes or rent paid in the prior year). Services are free of charge to low-income older adults living in independent housing in Bucks County. To access services, call the Family Services Association of Bucks County to do a preliminary evaluation of benefits eligibility by phone and then can schedule an appointment to meet at the individual's home or nearby location.

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    4 Cornerstone Drive
    Langhorne, PA 19047
    215-757-6916, ext. 239 benefitsnavigation@fsabc.org

    Monday – Thursday 8:30am– 9:00pm; Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm. 

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  • Identification Documents

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    PennDOT Locations Info Center

    If you are looking to obtain a state-issued photo ID, you can use the attached PDF to find the nearest PennDOT location, its hours of operation, and what materials are required in order to obtain photo ID. Please refer to the attached document for more information on how to search PennDOT’s website.

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  • Education

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    Southeastern Pennsylvania Healthcare Alliance (SEPHA)

    Southeastern Pennsylvania Healthcare Alliance (SEPHA) offers a full spectrum of healthcare providers: acute care, long-term care, assisted living, rehab facilities, retirement communities, skilled nursing facilities, and home health providers; educators; and workforce development partners. SEPHA helps low-skilled workers to gain the skills, training, and credentials necessary to advance in healthcare careers. Individuals must have a High School Diploma or GED to participate.

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    310 Amosland Rd
    Holmes, PA 19043
    (610) 543-5022

    Please call ahead to find out about hours of operation.

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    Vita Education Services

    Vita Education Services offers free Adult Basic Education and Adult Secondary Education programs for adults who want to improve their reading, writing, and math skills. Vita Education Services also offers free English as a Second Language programs for adults who wish to improve their English.

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    8 East Court St Doylestown PA 18901
    Doylestown, PA 18901
    (215) 345-8675

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