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Programs that furnish survival level resources including food, housing, material goods, transportation and utilities for individuals with low or fixed incomes, people who are homeless, older adults and/or people with disabilities who are otherwise unable to adequately provide for themselves and their families. Also included are related services that are available to the community at large.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Employment of Persons with Blindness or Visual Impairments-North Central Sight ServicesNorth Central Sight Services manufactures and assembles products for the government through a nationwide industry program called AbilityOne. The AbilityOne Program creates employment opportunities for individuals who are blind or severely disabled. Products produced by non-profit agencies in the program share the brand name SKILCRAFT®. Their business services include shredding, CD/DVD duplication and printing, custom logo USB flash drives, Flash drive and file preloading. They are also available as subcontractors for warehousing, distribution and shipping, light assembly, collating, packaging, and shrink wrapping.LycomingIndustry and Employment ProgramNorth Central Sight Services
God's People Helping PeopleServices are provided at no cost to individuals experiencing homelessness. Services include helping individuals access food and basic supplies as well as shelter such as a tent. Volunteers strive to provide individuals with the help that they need to transition to more stable/permenant housing through this outreach. This outreach takes place at the site of the homeless; street level services.MonroeGod's People Helping PeopleGod's People Helping People
Housing Services - Dushore - TREHABEligible clients are provided with housing-related counseling, landlord-tenant mediation, housing relocation assistance, rental assistance, utility assistance, emergency shelter, and homelessness prevention services. Programs include Emergency Food & Shelter Program, Homeless Assistance Program, Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Program. SullivanTREHAB - DushoreTREHAB
Nutrient Management Program - Lycoming CountyThe Nutrient Management Act 38 of 2005 requires all livestock operations exceeding two AEUs/acre to develop, implement, and maintain a nutrient management plan. Plans are written by certified nutrient management specialists who have met the criteria specified under Pennsylvania's Nutrient Management Specialist Certification Program, and are submitted to the conservation district for review and approval if they meet the program requirements. Implemented nutrient management plans can improve water quality, reduce fertilizer costs, improve herd health and provide numerous other operational benefits to the farmer. BMPs may be installed to protect streams and groundwater from manure/fertilizer nutrient contamination. In addition, all producers following the provisions of the law will benefit from limited liability protection offered under the act as well as financial assistance programs provided for plan development and implementation.LycomingLycoming County Conservation DistrictLycoming County Government
Penn State Cooperative Extension - 4-H Clubs - Lycoming CountyA youth program that emphasizes the total development of its members. Youths work on projects in areas such as animals, engineering, family/consumer, health, agriculture, gardening, sewing, pet care, rocketry, insects, careers, wildlife, raising large animals, cooking, creating websites, geographic information systems, babysitting, or social sciences in consultation with their parents and supervising adult volunteers. They also participate in activities and events such as fairs, trips, camping, teen leader trainings, fundraising, achievement programs, and county, regional and state learning opportunities.LycomingPenn State Cooperative Extension - Lycoming CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - Lycoming County
Tioga County Department of Human Services - Seeds of Hope Partners, Inc.Ministry of area churches and other interested individuals in partnership with county government that works with families in crisis to provide basic needs to maintain families and aid in reunifying families. Considers assistance with home repairs required for health and safety. Provides diapers, clothing, hygiene, and food. Providing beds and bedding to children is also a major priority. Also assist with transportation to doctor and other necessary appointments.TiogaTioga County Department of Human Services - Community Outreach Residential (CORe)Tioga County Department of Human Services
USDA Rural Development Energy Programs - Lycoming County OfficePossible funds include those for completing energy audits and feasibility studies, completing energy efficiency improvements, and installing renewable energy systems. They have programs that help convert older heating sources to cleaner technologies, produce advanced biofuels, install flexible fuel pumps, install solar panels, build biorefineries, and others. Options include grants, guaranteed loans and payments. One of the four programs, Rural Energy for America, provides assistance to agricultural producers and rural small businesses to complete a variety of projects, including renewable energy systems, energy efficiency improvements, renewable energy development, energy audits, and feasibility studies.LycomingUnited States Department of Agriculture - Lycoming County Service CenterUnited States Department of Agriculture
USDA Rural Development Government Grants for Business and Agriculture - Lycoming County OfficeAdministers USDA Rural Development programs. Increases access to services, such as water and sewer systems, housing, health clinics, emergency service facilities, electric and telephone service. Promotes economic development through loans to businesses through banks, credit unions and community-managed lending pools. Provides technical assistance and information to help agricultural producers and cooperatives get started and improve the effectiveness of their operations.LycomingUnited States Department of Agriculture - Lycoming County Service CenterUnited States Department of Agriculture

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