We provide information and referrals for low-to-moderate income older and disabled residents of the Bucks County Housing Authority (BCHA) managed housing sites. Our program is a partnership between BCHA and Family Service to meet the growing needs of older and disabled adults at high risk of losing their independence.
If you need subsidized housing, you can apply at buckscountyhousingauthority.org.
If you, or someone you know, are living in a BCHA managed housing site, we can help. Services are free of charge for residents of all nine BCHA sites.
We can help you apply for or access:
- Medical care
- Food stamps
- Health insurance
- VA benefits
- Rent rebates
- Debt management services
- Food/meal programs
- Mental health and substance abuse treatment
- Prescription assistance
- Home health care
- Utility assistance
Services are based on need and may include:
- Assisting with applications for Medicaid, food stamps, and rent rebates
- Making referrals for personal care aides and cleaning services
- Obtaining food and supplies from food pantries
- Accessing help to pay for prescriptions
- Explaining medical billing or insurance charges; setting up payment plans
- Helping to obtain hearing aids or dentures
- Registering for Bucks County Transport
Through our case management services, we work with other agencies in the county to help you get the help you need to stay in your home. We will notify your family of changes in physical or mental conditions. We will work with BCHA to prevent eviction. We provide information about the next level of care when needed.
How to Get Help
Case managers have varying schedules. Ask the office manager for hours or look for our schedule on the building bulletin board. Residents can make an appointment with the Case Manager or you can drop in during their office hours.
Lower Bucks County
- Bensalem Woods
- Grundy Gardens
- Grundy Tower
- Macintosh Regency
- Lamont Plaza
- Grundy Hall
- Shadywood Village
- Grundy Manor
- Grundy House