As York County’s community action agency, Community Progress Council provides comprehensive, integrated services that offer resources and support for individuals and families to move toward self-sufficiency.
We work with low- and moderate-income people of all ages in York County to examine their current situations and determine how our programs best align with their needs.
Our low income assistance programs aim to create a bridge from crisis to self-sufficiency: To empower individuals and low-income families to rise above poverty, identify long-term goals and move themselves toward independence from external assistance.
We are committed to providing equitable services to all. Our facilities are accessible. Our programs provide translators and interpreters when needed to ensure full access to services.
Community of hope
Early Childhood Education
Housing & Financial Education
DENIAL OF SERVICES POLICY
CPC staff has the ability to deny services for individuals who do not meet the program requirements. If you feel you were wrongly denied services at this site, you have the ability to appeal the decision. Please contact Community Progress Council Chief Program Officer, Ruth Robbins at (717) 846-6400 ext. 231 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Funding for Community Progress Council and its low income assistance programs is provided in part by City of York, Corporation for National and Community Service, County of York, Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, Pennsylvania Department of Education, Pennsylvania Department of Health, Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, School District of the City of York, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, United Way of York County
Who qualifies for services?
View the federal poverty income guidelines for our programs, and reach out to a Resource Navigator at 717-846-4600, ext. 0, to discuss eligibility.