Flood Disaster Assistance


Resources for Victims

Housing Assistance

Bucks County Housing Link

Has the recent flooding forced you out of your home and you have nowhere to go?

Bucks County Housing Link can help. Housing Link is able to assist those impacted by the recent flooding who do not have other housing options.

For assistance or more information, call 1-800-810-4434.

Housing: Possible resources include hotel assistance, housing planning and case management.

Must call housing link, and households will be referred to either the Bucks County Opportunity Council or the YWCA.

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Food Pantry

Country Commons
3338 Richlieu Road
Bensalem, PA 19020
Mondays, 12pm-5pm or by appointment

Contact Lidia Kolodub: lkolodub@ywcabucks.org or 215-639-5853

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Lunch and Library

Meals for youth 18 and under

Bucks Meadow – Monday-Friday, 11am-1pm
Country Commons – Monday all day
Creekside – Tuesday and Thursday, 11am-1pm

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Mental Health Resources

SAMSHSA Disaster Distress Hotline

Mental Health Warmline  1-855-284-2494

Lenape Valley Foundation Mobile Crisis Support Services

United Way HELP Center

Bensalem Township Storm Resource Information

Donations & Assistance

To donate to those affected by the flood:

The Bucks County Opportunity Council has established a fund specifically for Bensalem flood victims. Click HERE to donate. The BCOC asks that all donations include the memo, “Bensalem Township 100 Year Flood.”


UNITED WAY HELP CENTER is excepting donations of NEW (original packaged) household items from 9:30am-4:30pm, July 19th-23rd.

Featured items of the week:
Convenience items/consumables
School supplies
Bedding
Pillows
Kitchen utensils
Weighted blankets
Curtains & Blinds (measure windows before visiting) Home décor
Clothing

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We will be adding the Bucks County Opportunity Council Portal and info from the Woman’s Animal Shelter here as soon as those links become available.


Be Part of Building a Better Bensalem Together!

B3T is a Volunteer Community Coalition.

We provide programs and services to the residents of Bensalem Township.

Building a Better Bensalem Together Coalition

B3T plans and organizes events, activities and programs such as Unity Week, Prescription Drug Take-Back and Celebration of Culture. We partner with other community groups and help with many activities  including the Holiday Pancake Breakfast, Internet Safety Training for parents, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) at both Bensalem Middle Schools, Building Bridges, Red Ribbon Week, Kick Butts Generation and others.

Through our Drug Free Communities Support Program Grant we coordinate the #B3TKIDS  Youth Advisory Committee, always working toward making Bensalem a better place.

Vision

Building A Better Bensalem Together is a coalition of concerned community members who have joined together to make Bensalem a safer, healthier place for kids to grow up.