Request for Proposals: Masonry -1300 Market Street

Tri County Community Action (TCCA), is requesting proposals from qualified contractors to complete masonry repairs and restoration at 1300 Market Street as part of our South Allison Hill Business Façade Improvement grant program. This program provides an opportunity for commercial/retail property owners and business owners to repair and restore their facades to improve the overall quality of the buildings
and the retail corridor.
Completed proposals as well as any questions can be directed to Julie Walter, Neighborhood Revitalization Manager at 717.232.9757 x 105

Giving Tuesday 11/27/18

Join us on Tuesday, November 27th all day for #GivingTuesday!

But what is it?
Here’s the official definition from the creators…

‘Giving Tuesday refers to the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States. It is a movement to create an international day of charitable giving at the beginning of the Christmas and holiday season.’

And here’s what it means right here at home in Cumberland, Dauphin, and Perry Counties:

A chance to join us in achieving Our Vision:
That we all live in a community free from poverty.

We’re well on our way in helping you, your neighbors, coworkers, and friends in achieving self-sufficiency by providing a hand up rather than a hand out. We help our clients to chart the course to success and achieve a life outside of assistance and programs, where they can stand on their own two feet, and escape from poverty.

And we invite you to join us in this ever important work. You donation for Giving Tuesday can make a world of difference to a single father struggling to re-connect with his family, or a family who must choose between paying for the electricity bill or putting food on the table, and it can be everything for a young parent unable to balance time between their children and working three jobs.

Every donation, big or small, helps us in the “war against poverty” – and we hope you’ll join us.


Parents As Teachers Home Visits featured on Fox43

Our Family Center program, Parents As Teachers, was recently featured on Fox 43! And in the words of Teresa Miller, Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Human Services, “Kids don’t come with an instruction manual and we don’t have all the answers. Home visiting is here to make sure you’re on track.”

We are here for you and your family! Our certified parent educators provide in-home visits to families offering health, vision, and developmental screenings of children, one-on-one support for parents and families, and a support network linking them to community resources. This evidence-based program improves parent’s /caregiver’s knowledge of early childhood development and improves parenting practices, provides early detection of developmental delays and health issues, prevents child abuse and neglect, and increases children’s school readiness and success. PAT is available to any family with a child – kindergarten age or younger – even expectant parents.

Click here to learn more about this invaluable program, that is open to all!


Join our 2018 Community Needs Assessment

Have you taken our survey yet? No!? Well then you’re in luck, because we’ve linked it below! With just a few minutes of your time you can help Tri County Community Action improve our services and the lives of thousands of residents across Cumberland, Dauphin, and Perry Counties.

We’re conducting a community needs assessment to update our 2015 info, identify trends, and ensure services offered are aligned with the needs of the community. But we need your help!

Please click below to complete this quick survey and help us pinpoint gaps in services, new or unaddressed needs – tell us what you’re seeing where you are, it all helps us!

May First Time Homebuyer Workshop

First Time Homebuyer Seminar: May

Interested in buying your first home? Tired of renting? Our First Time Home Buyer workshops can prepare you with everything you need to know and accomplish before you take that step. This three-part workshop is held every month and is open to anyone interested in buying their first home. We’ll cover the basics of budgeting, how to read and improve your credit score, securing a mortgage and lenders and much, much more.

For more information on this program, or any of our Housing Programs, click here.


We’re hiring a Self-Sufficiency Case Manager

Tri County Community Action is seeking a motivated, compassionate, professional Self-Sufficiency Case Manager to join our agency.

This role requires a high degree of professionalism along with the ability to communicate effectively, a willingness to work with a diverse population, and a driving desire to make a difference in the lives of low-income families and individuals throughout our region. For more information visit us at