CPC AND THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

CPC AND THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS



(UPDATED 7.2.2020)

 

CPC’S MAIN OFFICE TO REOPEN ON JULY 6

 

Community Progress Council will reopen its doors for in-person appointments beginning Monday, July 6.

To make an appointment for any of our programs, call (717) 846-4600, or email info@yorkcpc.org.

Appointments will take place at CPC’s Main Office at 226 East College Avenue in York, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and from 1 to 7 p.m. on Thursdays.

 

CPC’s WIC Clinics remain closed for in-person appointments and will continue to serve clients by telephone.

 

 

 


 

The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted thousands of residents across York County, and Community Progress Council is here and ready to help our neighbors get back on their feet.

 

Whether you’ve lost a job, are facing eviction or foreclosure, need nutritional support or are looking for early childhood education in the fall, CPC’s team of counselors, coaches, social workers and nutritionists are available to you at no cost.

 

CPC’s has been working remotely over the past 16 weeks to ensure that progress in our community continues, and that residents are receiving the services they need.

HOW WE CAN HELP YOU

Community Progress Council provides integrated, comprehensive programming that works to meet the needs of low- and moderate-income residents across York County. Our mission is to empower individuals and families to move toward financial stability by working with clients to set and meet their own goals.

Some of our key programs include:

  • Housing and Financial Counseling
  • Nutritional Education/Support (WIC)
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Workforce Development
  • Self-Sufficiency Program

Community Progress Council takes a client-centered, whole-family approach to its work – putting individuals in the driver’s seat and ensuring that not just one, but all, of their needs are met.

CPC assists residents throughout York County.

Are you Worried about Eviction?

While a current moratorium on evictions protects renters through July 10, 2020, all tenants should take ACTion now to prevent future financial struggles. Such ACTion includes assessing your financial situation, contacting lenders and taking steps to avoid eviction.

 

Several community organizations have come together to help residents of York County who rent apartments and houses. This effort is supported by the York County Community Foundation and the United Way of York County through the COVID-19 Response Fund.

 

Learn more about the steps you can take to prevent an eviction or other financial struggles at the link below.

VISIT THE ‘TAKE ACTION’ WEBSITE

Location

CPC's Administrative Office

226 East College Avenue
York, PA 17403

Contact

Has the Coronavirus impacted you financially? Contact Community Progress Council today!

(717) 846-4600 info@yorkcpc.org

Community Progress Council’s facilities are currently closed until further notice. However, CPC’s team of nutritionists, housing and financial counselors, workforce coaches and others are now working remotely to help residents who are struggling financially as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic or other reasons.