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Our Agencies

PA Community Action Agencies

The Pennsylvania Community Action network works at the local level to provide programs and services to help low-income individuals and their families reach and maintain self-sufficiency.

Find An Agency: An Interactive Map Of PA's 43 Agencies

The Google Interactive map provides details for each Agency, along with direct links to the Agencies' websites.  To view the service areas for each Agency, refer to the second map below.  To view services and programs by Agency name, scroll to the Agency listing below.

Click the Huggy Hearts for full details on the Agencies.

Map Key

Click the + and - icons to zoom in and out.  You may also use your touchscreen or hover your cursor over the map and scroll with your mouse to zoom.

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Agency Service Areas Map

Click to download the map. Use the map to determine which service area you are in. Then contact that Agency.

Service Areas Note: 

In Dauphin County, there are three Community Action organizations represented: PathStone Corporation covers multiple counties throughout the state; Tri County is the local Agency; and CAAP which is the State Association for all Community Action Agencies in PA (with the exception of PathStone Corporation).

In Allegheny County, there is an Agency that covers only the city of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc. (PCSI)) and an Agency that covers Allegheny County (Allegheny County Department of Human Services).

Listing of Agencies

View services, programs, addresses, phone numbers, and website information/links by Agency name; A listing of all 42 member Agencies.

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About Our Members

There are 43 PA Agencies, each unique in their approach to alleviating poverty because their programs and services reflect the needs of the local communities. Funding for Pennsylvania’s Community Action Agencies comes from a variety of state, local, and federal sources.

The federal Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) provides core funding. In FY 2018, Pennsylvania received $30.2 million in CSBG funds. For every $1 in CSBG funds, Community Action leveraged an additional $23.41 in local, state, and federal funding in FY 2018, including the value of volunteer hours.  Download the full CSBG 2018 Factsheet created by NASCSP.