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COMMUNITY PARTNERS

In addition to the programs directly administered by TCBC, we also partner with a number of organizations who provide services directly out of our Beaver Falls location. See below for a list of our partner organizations, and learn how they can help!

HOLY FAMILY INSTITUTE

Duquesne Light CAP and Dollar Energy

The Duquesne Light CAP (Customer Assisted Program) provides a reduced monthly payment on customers’ electric bill. The program offers forgiveness for partial arrears and adjusts monthly payments based on the customer’s ability to pay.

The Dollar Energy program works to help customers obtain grants for electric, gas, and water utilities.

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HOUSING AUTHORITY OF BEAVER COUNTY

CARL Program

The Community Assisted Residential Living (CARL) program is part of the Housing Authority of the County of Beaver. The program works to provide permanent supportive housing for individuals and families with disabilities or who are chronically homeless.

Verification of disability or homelessness, and proof identity and any type of income must be provided.

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THE FRANKLIN CENTER

Crisis and Resource Assistance

The Franklin Center of Beaver County facilitates access to life-changing opportunities for the low-income, the underserved, and those in need.

The program links consumers with human service programs, medical care, workforce development, clothing and housing essentials, educational programs, energy assistance, and housing opportunities.

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URBAN LEAGUE OF GREATER PITTSBURGH

SNAP and HUD Counseling

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a food stamp program, established to help people purchase food and obtain more nutritional diet options.

The Urban League also assists clients in securing emergency food assistance and HUD counseling in order to prevent homelessness and keep families together.

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LET TCBC HELP

To help us assist you, please bring the following documents upon your visit:

  • Photo ID for all adults living in the household
  • Social Security Cards for all adults AND children living in the household
  • Birth certificates for all children living in the household
  • Proof of income, including paystubs dated within 30 days of intake, SSI or SSDI statements for any household members, child support statement, proof of Department of Public Welfare benefits, including TANF or Food Stamps
  • Housing or utility information, including eviction notice, letter from landlord with eviction date, letter from agency on letterhead that you are living in shelter or transitional housing, utility company shut-off notice, and a copy of your lease