Butler County Human Services is responsible for the planning, development, implementation and monitoring of the service system addressing the needs of our target populations.
The populations we serve include:
- Children and their families experiencing abuse and neglect
- Older adults
- People who are homeless
- People with developmental delays
- People with mental illness
- People with substance use disorders
Block Grant Plan
For more information, access the 22/23 Human Services Block Grant Plan (PDF).
Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP)
UPDATE: Due to projected funding constraints resulting from the number of applications we have received for ERAP assistance, Butler County has implemented a prioritization policy, including a revised assistance plan as of 2/1/2023. Applications received on or after 2/1/2023 will be limited in the number of months of prospective assistance that will be provided, as follows:
- Qualified applicants who have an income of 50% and below AMI will be eligible to receive up to 6 months of prospective rental assistance and up to 3 months of prospective utility assistance and/or other expenses related to housing.
- Qualified applicants who have an income of 51% to 80% AMI will be eligible to receive up to 3 months of prospective rental assistance and up to 3 months of prospective utility assistance and/or other expenses related to housing.
- Arrearages for all qualified applicants can still be paid for up to 18 months, but it is important to note that no applicant can receive more than a total of 18 months of assistance, including arrearages and prospective payments.
Find Additional Services
Need help finding services?
Call 211, or visit the PA 211 Southwest website.
Center for Community Resources
To contact the Center for Community Resources, call 1-844-360-4372 or visit the Center for Community Resources website.