On April 14, 2020, New Hope Ministries announced a special initiative to help prevent homelessness and keep families safe through its emergency housing assistance program. New Hope is concerned that low-income families are going to start accruing major debt and risk eviction as a result of COVID-19. Thankfully, we have been receiving generous grants and gifts as a result of the crisis and believe we can distribute $100,000 in emergency housing assistance funds to help our neighbors in need who live within our service area in Adams, Cumberland, and York Counties.
If a person or family living within New Hope’s service area is facing an economic hardship and needs emergency resources to help pay a housing bill such as rent, utility, or a security deposit, due to COVID-19, they are encouraged to contact New Hope Ministries at:
If you do not live in our service area, please call 2-1-1 to find an agency that can help with emergency housing needs.