How our services work
> Call to Talk with a TCBC team member and start accessing solutions and resources. We will assess your needs and connect you with TCBC programs and partners who can help with housing, housing rights, basic needs, and health and human services.
> Get emergency resolution for a pending eviction. TCBC can make a third-party payment to a landlord to cover rent arrearages and stop the eviction process.
> Get immediate placement into emergency or permanent housing depending on needs and housing availability.
- TCBC maintains a network of local housing resources and a partnership with the Housing Authority of Beaver County to help provide permanent housing options.
- For emergency situations when permanent housing options are not readily available, TCBC maintains two, 2-bedroom apartments for short-term living. Permanent housing is then typically secured within 2-3 weeks.
- Permanent supportive/transitional housing options are available through the coordinated entry process.
> Get utility assistance and emergency help with shut-off notices through the Duquesne Light CAP and Dollar Energy programs administered by our partners at the Holy Family Institute (located at our Beaver Falls office).
> Get emergency food assistance through the SNAP Program administered by our partners at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank (located at our Beaver Falls office).
> Get additional human services such as job and educational assistance, clothing and household essentials, through our partners at The Franklin Center (located at our Beaver Falls office).