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Butler County services has recently put together a resource guide for all Butler County residents to use. They are updating this resource guide as fast as the information is coming into them. Please refer to this link for up to date information.
Call 1-800-292-3866 or Text 63288
Other contacts within Butler County PA
Email address reaching ALL County Commissioners: email@example.com
Butler County Health and Human Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
Butler County Economic Development and Planning: email@example.com
Elections: May 26th deadline to apply for absentee and mail-in ballot; Looking for Poll-workers, agreed to increase in pay for poll-workers to $185 to $200 depending on position; Contact: SBrewer@co.butler.pa.us to become a poll-worker for other election information.
Concerned about your food security, but not sure what to do? You can access food resources right in your neighborhood. Find a food pantry, soup kitchen or partner program near you.
Call (724) 352-2074
The Cabot Food Bank serves the residents of Winfield, Buffalo and Clearfield Townships and Saxonburg Borough (if you do not reside in one of these areas, look below for who you should contact). Members of churches supporting the Cabot Food Bank, regardless of residency, may also receive food assistance. WHAT TO BRING: When coming to the Food Bank for the first time, please bring the following to help us assist you: Your Social Security number Verification of address (such as your driver’s license or a utility bill) Proof of income (a pay stub, etc) If you need assistance, it is helpful to us for you to contact the church so that one of our volunteers may speak with you before you arrive.
Online: An online application can be filed using our secure website 7 days a week, 24 hours
Telephone: An application can be filed on the statewide unemployment compensation toll-free number at 1-888-313-7284.
Mail: A paper application can be mailed to a UC service center
Center for Community Resources is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week at (855)-284-2494. You can also chat with them at their website.
Senior Meal deliveries to individuals over the age of 60, call the Area Agency on Aging 724-282-3008
Call (724) 586-5554
The mission of The Lighthouse Foundation is encouraging others to find hope in Christ while meeting their immediate needs and empowering them towards self-sufficienc
Dial 2-1-1 for needs related to food, housing, treatment, supports
Warmline is a service to anyone who needs a caring and sympathetic listener in the Butler County area. The Warmline tries to keep the lines of communication open through conversation — no advice or lectures. Warmline offers understanding, respectful, supportive conversation to each caller. Warmline can also refer you to other avenues of help if you have an issue that we cannot help with directly.
Suspect child abuse or neglect? Call Childline: 1-800-932-0313; Our mission is to support the provision of quality services and best practices designed to ensure the safety, permanency and well-being of Pennsylvania’s children, youth, and families.