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We Serve Those Who Have Served Our Country.

Today, we serve hundreds of thousands of veterans in need every year, providing comfort, support, counseling, shelter, and more.

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Veterans represent 26% of the U.S. homeless population.

PTSD, self-medication, addiction, and homelessness have made our country’s bravest far too vulnerable.

 

Overview:

Project Frontline works in cooperation with our existing social services assistance programs by focusing on providing non-discriminatory service to help veterans, active duty and National Guard living in the Lewisburg area and assisting them out of financial hardship. All cases are processed after an in-person meeting with our caseworker. We look to provide the needed assistance to those looking to apply while trying to make it as simple and friendly as possible.

Coverage Area:

Those seeking assistance from this program must live within the zip codes listed below.

  • Lewisburg (17837)
  • West Milton (17886)
  • Allenwood (17810)
  • White Deer (17887)
  • New Columbia (17856)

Assistance:

Monetary support is available for those needing assistance with the following issues:

  • Rent/ mortgage
  • Emergency housing
  • Prescription medication
  • Vehicle repair
  • Utilities
  • Heating bills

Eligibility:

These services are available to those individuals who have served, or currently are serving, in any branch of the military. Eligibility is considered on a case-by-case basis and is solely based on military service and discharge status.

Required Documentation:

  • Valid government-issued photo identification
  • Proof of service, or discharge

How it Works:

If you are looking for assistance, please contact our office and speak with our caseworker. When you call, tell us where you live and what assistance you are seeking. If you are eligible, an appointment will be scheduled with you to assess your case. The caseworker will also provide you with a list of all required financial and personal documentation for your meeting. All information required for the meeting is required to provide any assistance. All assistance provided to service members or their families is paid directly to their creditor, business or the institution to which the money is owed.

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