Erie County Care Management – Homeless Case Management

Case management for homeless persons

1601 Sassafras Street
Erie, PA 16502

Phone: 814-878-1640
Fax: 814-528-0702
Web: www.eriecountycaremanagement.org

Description: A Case Manager will work with individuals with serious mental illness (and their families) who are also homeless. Short term services focus on identifying and accessing resources to assist with ending the individual’s homelessness, and mental health/drugs and alcohol services.


Erie United Methodist Alliance – Hope for the Homeless

Case management for homeless persons

1033 East 26th Street
Erie, PA 16504

Phone: 814-456-8073
Fax: 814-456-9614
Web: www.euma-erie.org

Description: A Case Manager will work with individuals with serious mental illness (and their families) who are also homeless. Short term services focus on identifying and accessing resources to assist with ending the individual’s homelessness, and mental health/drugs and alcohol services.


GECAC

18 W. 9th St.
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: (814) 456-4581
Web: www.gecac.org


GECAC Homeless Prevention

Rental Assistance and Rapid Re-Housing

18 West 9th Street
Erie, PA 16501

Phone: 814-459-4581
Fax: 814-456-0161
Web: http://www.gecac.org/

Description: Rental subsidies for eligible individuals to avoid loss of permanent housing.


Mental Health Association – Consumer Recovery Center

1101 Peach Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-452-4462
Toll Free: 1-800-640-7961
Fax: 814-459-8833
Website: www.mhanp.org

Description:
Mental Health Consumer Recovery Center – consumer run drop-in program for adults who have a history with mental health services. Offering educational, social, recreational and support services.  Hours Sun.- Fri.  More info. at www.mhanp.org or call (814)314-0219.  1101 Peach St., Erie


St. Martin Center – Housing Services

1701 Parade Street
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: 814-452-6113
Fax: 814-461-9483
Web: www.stmartincenter.org

Services: Credit and budget counseling, pre-purchase education workshop, pre-closing workshop, foreclosure prevention. Homeless Prevention Services include rental subsidies for eligible individuals to avoid loss of permanent housing.