Community Development Program of Beaver County
The Community Development Program's mission is to be a catalyst for sustainable community development, a force for anti-poverty efforts, and a facilitator of the future of Beaver County.
Other Available Programs
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
The primary focus of the program is to support activities that will benefit low-income individuals through improved housing, better employment opportunities, improved public facilities, provision of a better quality of life and support of activities that will eliminate or prevent conditions of slum and blight in a community.
Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)
The Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) is a federal program, allocated through the states to the community action agencies, whose funds are allocated to the local level where community action agencies have the responsibility of tailoring their activities to meet local needs.
Emergency Home Improvement Program (EHIP)
The Emergency Home Improvement Program (EHIP) offers assistance to homeowners/occupants of residential housing that have an immediate need.
Please contact us today if you have an emergency residential need.
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) is federal grant providing funding to assist with the rapid rehousing of homeless persons, street outreach, homelessness prevention, and emergency shelter activities. Funds may also be used to support the maintenance of a homeless management information system (HMIS) and administration.
Home Improvement Program (HIP)
The Home Improvement Program (EHIP) aims to preserve existing homes in Beaver County. The goal is to stabilize the area's housing and provide financial assistance to eligible homeowners/occupants of residential housing for the rehabilitation of their homes. Learn more to see if you might qualify for the program.
Homeless Assistance Program (HAP)
The Homeless Assistance Program makes available a continuum of services to persons who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The Community Services Program administers the program by establishing subcontract agreements with local social service agencies. These agencies provide the necessary supports to homeless or near homeless individuals and families.
Home Investment Partnership Act (HOME)
The HOME Program, created by the National Affordable Housing Act of 1990 (NAHA), provides decent, affordable housing to lower income persons. HOME funds are received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and are administered by the Community Development Program. These funds may be used to address many local housing needs whether for property purchase and/or development.
Work Ready Program
The Work Ready Program began as the Supported Work Program, an initiative that was created as a part of welfare reform. The State of Pennsylvania, through the Department of Public Welfare’s Bureaus of Employment and Training Programs, provides funding for employment training, vocational testing and job placement for individuals who receive public assistance.