Individuals Resource Center
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to unfold at a dizzying pace, we know that keeping up with day to day life, let alone seeking out information and support is challenging. On this page, we will gather some of the most streamlined and relevant information and resources for individuals in Lancaster County’s community. The work we are all doing to support each other today will strengthen us for tomorrow. Together, we’ll weather this unprecedented situation!
2-1-1 from United Way
Pennsylvania 211 East is a free, confidential, non-emergency, comprehensive information and referral service that connects Lancaster County residents with the health and human services they need.
You can reach 211 by dialing 211 or (855) 567-5341, 24/7.
211 is not intended for emergency use. If you have an emergency, call 911.
Tabor Community Services / Lancaster Housing and Opportunity Partnership Resource Guide
A guide filled with resources addressing topics such as paying bills, loans, & managing your money, information for renters & landlords, and more.
One United Lancaster
Find resources of a variety of topics ranging from a map of services to tax prep.
Map of Services by United Way of Lancaster County
See what food and other resources are around you using this map of services.
Lancaster County School Meals Round Up
Schools may now serve free meals to all children 18 and under. The Pennsylvania Department of Education on Monday sent a letter to every school district in Pennsylvania announcing that the federal government has given PA flexibility in designating “open sites.” This would allow school districts to immediately begin serving free meals to all children 18 and under in the community.
View list of schools offering meals.
Save money and fight against food waste Get massive savings on fresh food items like meat and produce that are nearing their best before date at grocery store across Canada and the U.S.
Mental Health America virtual support groups
MHA Caring For Our Wounded
Many individuals within faith-based communities experience emotional pain. Sometimes, people come already wounded. Some individuals may even experience thoughts of suicide; invisible to see. This presentation will help you identify the warning signs of suicide, as well as address simple methods of communicating to hurting individuals – and how to de-escalate heated situations.
Although the presentation will cater to church pastors, clergy and staff for crisis management of potential critical situations in church communities, ANYONE who experiences frequent demands for their support & services are welcome to attend and learn.
Webinar on May 28th @ 12 pm
Welcome to LCSWMA’s NEW online virtual learning hub!
Whether you’re a teacher, parent, professional, resident or community leader, you’ll find fun, free, interactive resources to learn how LCSWMA transforms waste into a resource to protect and benefit our community.
We invite you to discover more about recycling, waste-to-energy, sustainability and a host of other environmental topics without leaving home.