600 6th Street, Beaver Falls, PA 15010 [email protected] 724.846.6400

About

TCBC provides emergency housing, basic needs, and resources for our Beaver County brothers and sisters who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

The Cornerstone of Beaver County (TCBC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides and coordinates local housing resources and human services to prevent and end homelessness.

Homelessness is a complex issue. And all too often, the road to solutions is complicated and inefficient.

Here at TCBC, we provide a solutions model that is unified and simplified.

Our programs integrate housing and a variety of related services all under one roof with a comprehensive network of human services partners.

Through direct programs, coordination of local housing resources, and referrals to our community partners, we help clients secure housing and connect with immediate and ongoing resources to address the challenges that threaten their well-being.

As part of our commitment to our clients and community, we also work to foster a deeper and more realistic understanding of the issue of homelessness.

Ultimately, we provide our clients with a pathway home to a place they can fully and fearlessly rely on for safety, stability, and peace of mind. A home empowers them to set their sights on a new and hopeful vision, and start transforming their lives.

 

Reach & Impact in Beaver County

 

> In 2020, TCBC provided emergency housing solutions for:

  • 652 individuals (56% female and 44% male)
  • 326 households
  • 245 children
  • 222 people with disabling conditions
  • 31 veterans
  • 19 seniors

We also provided 249 gift cards & bus passes plus clothing, PPE, hygiene supplies, food and water.

Creating A Pathway Home

TCBC creates a pathway home through programs that help clients transition from crisis to the security needed for transformation.

Crisis

  • Homelessness
  • Pending eviction
  • Falling behind in utilities and other expenses
  • Job loss, health crisis or other threats to maintaining stable housing & wellness

Emergency Assistance

  • Emergency housing
  • Permanent housing
  • Rent assistance
  • Utilities assistance
  • Basic needs assistance
  • Physical and Mental Health assistance

Permanent Housing & Stability

  • Permanent housing
  • Utilities assistance
  • Basic needs assistance
  • Physical and Mental Health assistance
  • Job and life skills assistance
  • Clothing and household items assistance

Hope to Rebuild and Transform

  • Maintenance of permanent housing
  • Steady employment
  • Physical and Mental wellness
  • Healthy family and community relationships and networks
  • Opportunities for ongoing personal development

 

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Vision:

To end homelessness in Beaver County.

 

Mission:

The Cornerstone of Beaver County (TCBC) provides and coordinates local housing resources to prevent and end homelessness.

 

Core Values:

We treat our clients, staff, and partners with DIGNITY AND RESPECT – meeting people where they are.

We abide by the HOUSING FIRST philosophy that holds permanent housing placement as the top priority, serving as a foundation for hope and individual progress.

We operate with INTEGRITY as we pursue the best solutions for those we serve. We demonstrate this value through transparency, responsibility, and accountability in all areas of service and organizational business.

We build COMMUNITY by collaborating with others and by nurturing strong and meaningful connections.

OUR STAFF

Executive
Director

Marie Timpano
724-846-6400 ext. 130

Deputy
Director

Ashley McLaughlin
724-846-6400 ext. 120

Administrative
Coordinator

Millie Droz
724-846-6400 ext. 140

Facility Manage
Fair Housing Officer

Bill Brocklebank
724-846-6400 ext. 111

Housing
Coordinator

Jessica Sabol
724-846-6400

Housing
Coordinator

Justin Ritchie
724-846-6400

Housing
Coordinator

Bryan Shannon
724-846-6400 ext. 170

Housing
Coordinator

Gary Clark
724-846-6400

Shelter
Manager

Chris Anderson
724-846-6400

Coordinated
Entry

Rosalyn Johnson
724-846-6400

Outreach
Coordinator

Eric Caplinger
724-846-6400

Transportation

Scott Mort
724-846-6400

HMIS

Tyona D’Avirro
724-846-6400 ext. 200

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President

Maureen Herrington

Vice President

Joanne Koehler

Treasurer

Matt Dawson

Secretary