Pike County Hands of Hope, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, was created in 2011 to provide compassionate assistance to Pike County PA residents who are homeless or near homeless.
The homeless, to many people, are largely invisible. Unless you know where to look, you would not know how to find them. Perhaps spending the night in a parking lot at a shopping center or at some hidden campsite in the woods. Oftentimes the homeless find themselves sleeping on the floor in the home of a relative or friend who has taken them in.
PCHOH’s top priority is keeping families from facing the crisis of homelessness and/or helping someone about to lose their home to find an apartment to live in.
Pike County PA currently does not have any emergency homeless shelters.
In addition to helping meet basic urgent needs of food and shelter, Pike County Hands of Hope provides referrals to other agencies that may also offer assistance.
A Christ-centered organization governed by a non-denominational Board of Directors, PCHOH will not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate in the provision of services or support against any person, religious belief, race, color, nation of origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or association preferences.
PCHOH is a 501c3, not-for-profit Pennsylvania corporation, a United Way Agency, and a Volunteer Station for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Berks, Pike and Wayne County.