The Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter is a temporary residence for individuals and families who have lost safe and stable housing.
The shelter operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It serves as a temporary home to approximately 75 people at any given time. Typically, about one third of the residents are children. Contributions from generous donors and the incredible effort put forth by hundreds of hard-working volunteers each year are the driving force behind the shelter.
The Housing Link Helpline is the centralized point of Intake, Triage Assessment, and Information & Referral services for Bucks County residents experiencing a housing-related crisis.
Housing First Blended Case Management (HF-BCM) Program assists individuals who have been chronically homeless and in need of obtaining and maintaining housing. We provide services to eligible adults 18 and older who also may be struggling with mental and/or co-occurring disorders. Tenant based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Funding will not be available to individuals after age 62.