Case Management offers comprehensive, strategic help to homeless or low-income individuals who face multiple challenges. A liaison helps to design and implement a set of customized steps to move individuals toward self-sufficiency over an extended period of time and increase their involvement in the community.
Who Qualifies for Case Management?
Adults 18 to 59 years old with an income 250 percent or below the federal poverty income guidelines may qualify for services including:
- Budget counseling
- Identifying other resources
- Assistance in connecting with other services
View Federal Poverty Income GuidelinesFederal Poverty Income Guidelines
Services are also available to adults 18 years or older with an income 200 percent or below the federal poverty income guidelines who are:
- Homeless or near homeless
- Residing in a shelter, jail, hospital, or mental health, drug or alcohol facility with no other place to live
- Living in a condemned building
- Living “doubled up” with others
- Living on the streets, in cars or in doorways
- Being evicted with written notice
226 E. College Ave.
York, PA 17403
Community Progress Council case managers are also available at the following community centers and other locations:
- Bell Family Shelter
- Hanover Community Progress Council
- Mason-Dixon Community Services
- New Hope Ministries
- Red Land Community Action Program