Your donation helps provide housing and hope for families and individuals facing homelessness and will be especially impacting as we embark on building the county's only 24-hour men's emergency shelter.
At The Cornerstone of Beaver County (TCBC), we provide emergency housing, basic needs, and resources for our Beaver County brothers and sisters who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Ultimately, we help create a pathway home where they can build a foundation for hope, health, and a future of possibilities.
TCBC was recently selected by The Community Development Program (CDP) of Beaver County to receive funding to acquire, rehabilitate, and operate a 24-hour men’s emergency shelter on behalf of the County.
Click here to learn more about the shelter and how you can support this important next step in ending homelessness in Beaver County.
During the current COVID-19 crisis, people living on the streets are among the most vulnerable. Therefore, we are focusing TCBC resources on emergency shelter and support services that meet the immediate emergency needs of the homeless and help protect the community. Visit our COVID-19 Response page for more information.
Office hours: 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday – We are following all CDC health safety guidelines. Masks must we worn (we can provide), social distancing when possible, and please call us – as opposed to visiting – if you are not feeling well.
All clients and visitors must call 724-846-6400 to make an appointment if you are exhibiting any signs of illness.