- Feeding Pennsylvania
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
- PA211 — health and human service information for Pennsylvanians
PA211 is a statewide database with community resources information serving the state of Pennsylvania.
- Pennsylvania Department of Health
- Pennsylvania Food Pantries
- Pennsylvania Health and Human Services Resource Guide (PDF)
- Pennsylvania suicide hotlines
Capital Area counties (Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Perry)
- Cumberland County Health and Human Services
- Dauphin County Resources
- Perry County Human Services
- United Way — Lancaster County
- United Way — Lebanon County
- No Wrong Door Resource Guide — Lebanon County (PDF)*
PerformCare provides this information for your convenience. However, the information included is not prepared by PerformCare. If you have questions or believe any of the information to be erroneous, please contact the Lebanon County Child and Adolescent Service System Program.
Franklin and Fulton counties
- Franklin County Human Services
Learn about Franklin County resources and how to get help with community resources.
- Franklin County Human Services Where to Turn for Help PDF
- Fulton County Family Partnership
The Fulton County Family Partnership provides community resources information for the residents of Fulton County.
Advocacy groups and resources
There are a number of statewide advocacy organizations that may be able to assist you with information, advice, or representation if you have a problem with services. They can refer you to other organizations that may exist in your immediate area.
Here are some organizations that may be able to help you.
- ASERT (Autism Services, Education, Resources, and Training): 1-877-231-4244
- Bureau of Supports for Autism and Special Populations (BSASP): 1-866-539-7689
- Childline: 1-800-932-0313
- Disability Rights PA: 1-717-236-8110 or toll free at 1-800-692-7443
- Mental Health Association in Pennsylvania: 1-717-346-0549 or toll free at 1-866-578-3659
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Keystone PA): 1-412-366-3788 or toll free at
- Parents Involved Network of PA (Call and ask for the Parents Involved Network of PA):
- 1-215-751-1800 or 1-800-688-4226
- Pennsylvania Health Law Project: 1-800-274-3258
- Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association: 1-717-564-4930 or 1-800-887-6422
- Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations Alliance (PROA): 1-717-545-8929 or 1-800-858-6040