The EAWCP does not have a specific program to help with housing. However, we generally point people to the resources below.
The PHFA works to provide affordable homeownership and rental apartment options for older adults, low- and moderate-income families, and people with special housing needs
HHA owns and operates over 1,750 units of public housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities, and offers a variety of housing to applicants so they can choose the types that best fits their family’s needs.
Offers assistance with home ownership programs and rental housing.
The York Housing Authority provides decent, safe and affordable homes to individuals and families with limited incomes.
CPC works with low- to moderate-income people of all ages in York County to examine their current situations and determine how the programs they offer align with your needs.
Are you or someone you know in danger of being evicted from your apartment or home? Or perhaps, you have already been evicted and are currently homeless and do not know where to go for help. The Homeless Assistance Program (HAP) helps to assure that homelessness can be avoided, people who are homeless can find refuge and care and homeless and near homeless clients are assisted in moving toward self-sufficiency.
Pennsylvania offers assistance and other services to people and families in need. You can submit applications and renewals at your local county assistance office or online using COMPASS. Caseworkers are available at the county assistance office to help you and answer your questions.
Cap4Kids (York) offers a list of housing/utilities related organizations on
their website at
This site lists the Intellectual Developmental Disabilities County contact information for PA. County case managers can look into helping with several resources.