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DRUG & ALCOHOL Program

Includes information and links for:
 
Online and in person Narcotics Anonymous and Alcohol Anonymous meetings

Helpful Apps

Podcasts

YouTube videos

Drug takeback locations in Potter County

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NOTE: All are welcome. No religious  affiliation is required.,

PLEASE NOTE…

 

During this time when we are all staying at home to stay safe, contact service providers by phone before traveling to their location to find out their social distancing procedures.

Potter County FOOD BANKS:

 

NOTE: Times may change so it’s a good idea to call ahead

to confirm days and times.

 


Coudersport - Alliance Church - 814-274-8661

     > every Tues & Thurs, 10:30am – 1:30pm
     > 4th Thursday, 5:30 - 7:30pm,

     > 3rd Friday, 10 - 11am, 


Austin - Methodist Church, 3rd Wednesday, 11am-1pm, 814-647-8740


Roulette - Methodist Church, 4th Tuesday, 4:30 – 5:30pm. 814-544-7549


Ulysses - Zion Christian Assembly, 4th Thurs., 10-11am. 814-848-7407


Galeton - St. Paul Lutheran Church, 4th Friday, 10-11am. 814-435-2471


Shinglehouse - Methodist Church, 4th Saturday, 9-10am. 814-697-6191

Monthly Distribution of household essentials 2nd Tuesday 9:30-11:30am at the

First Presbyterian Church, corner of Fourth and Main, Coudersport -814-274-0825


 

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Public Transportation in Potter County - click below for routes, schedules and fees

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Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)

The Medical Assistance Transportation Program, also known as MATP, provides transportation to medical appointments for Medical Assistance recipients who do not have transportation available to them. 

For an application, contact Potter County Human Services at 814-544-7315.

A one-time MATP application must be completed and signed.  PCHS will give you information about how to schedule transportation, use the local program and about your rights.

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Sign up on their website to find both
local and national resources for seniors
and low income households

 

MATERNITY

 

CLOSET

St. Eulalia’s Church

Coudersport 

1st Saturday of each month,

10:00am – Noon.

814-274-8646

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Potter County Car Seat Program

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A WAY OUT​,  in partnership with the ​Department of Transportation and the ​American Academy of Pediatrics  is sponsoring a Car Seat Program for Potter County families. 

 

This is an effort to make sure all children have the benefit of having up-to-date, safe and appropriate car seats. This can be at​ little or no cost ​ to you. ​

 

You are required to take a 30 minute video training and must have installed car seats checked out by an authorized trained professional.  

 

Please feel free to callA WAY OUT ​​ at ​814-274-0368​  to make arrangements

to watch the video and get your car seat(s). We need to know the age and size of the children prior to your appointment so we can have the correct car seats available for you to take with you.

 

We look forward to helping all Potter County children with safe car seats.  

 

All car seats come from the ​Evenflo Company, Inc. 

Potter County Assistance Office

269 Route 6 West, Room 1
Coudersport, PA 16915-8465

814-274-4900

OFFICE HOURS: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Tuesday Evenings @ Pine Creek Valley United Methodist  Church

761 Route 6

Gaines, PA

For more information, contact:

pinecreekcr4u@gmail.com

814-203-2022

 

Available benefits and services include:

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

  • Cash Assistance

  • Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance) 

  • Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP)

  • Family Planning Services

  • Help with Child Care

  • School Meals

  • Long-Term Living Services
     

Pennsylvania offers assistance and other services to people and families in need. You can submit applications and renewals at your local county assistance office or online using COMPASS. Caseworkers are available at the county assistance office to help you and answer your questions.