Homelessness and Displacement

Resources and information for CAIU area

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Many joined ECYEH and wore Red on November 9, 2018 and became a voice!

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Displacement Resources- Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Perry and York

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Capital Area Coalition on Homelessness - 717-255-6587

The Capital Area Coalition on Homelessness “CACH” is a nonprofit 501C3 organization that consists of over 70 organizations, agencies, churches and other non-profits, that mobilizes its resources to help our regions families and friends who are homeless, or are dangerously close to becoming homeless.

CACH’s members have a proven track record of steadfast and faithful commitment to helping our families and friends when they need it most – and help them get back on their feet, recover from despair and shame, and restore them to self-sufficiency with pride. CACH has purposefully gone that extra mile to reach out to our Veterans, survivors of domestic violence, the disabled, and the elderly among us. Every day, Every week, All-Year-Long, we change lives.

Mission Statement:
The mission of CACH is to educate and mobilize the community and coordinate services to prevent and reduce homelessness in the Capital region.

Vision Statement:
The vision of CACH is that every family and individual in the Capital area has access to safe, affordable housing and the skills and resources necessary to maintain life in that housing.