Community Resources

Multi-Services Dial 2-1-1
United Way

A free, easy to remember phone number, 2-1-1 connects people with important resources in their communities, for everyday needs and in crisis situations. Highly-trained, multilingual call specialist are available seven days a week from 8am—8pm to help connect you to thousands of local health and human services, including emergency food and housing, job training, medical and mental health services, support for older adults, and youth & child care programs.

Community Connections

Priya Bell, Lansdale Navicate
267-263-0048 [email protected]
421 West Main Street, Lansdale, PA 19446

Community Connections is an innovative approach to provide services to people who need them most, where they need them most—in their community. Community Connections offices are one-stop service centers in an initial four locations around Montgomery County—Willow Grove, Pottstown, Lansdale and Norristown. Each center offers a Navicate, a skilled human service professional who can provide residents with information and assistance in identifying services that will help them with needs such as health, housing, senior supports, child care, veterans affairs, supports for individuals with behavioral health or developmental disabilities or child, family or elder protective services. Residents will work with the same Navicate during their interaction with Community Connections, allowing the Navicate to serve as both a navigator of the system and an advocate for the individual throughout the process. Navicates will be located at the Community Connections offices.


Your Way Home Call Center 1-877-646-6306

The Your Way Home Call Center is a centralized system for screening and intake for Montgomery County residents in need of housing. Instead of calling individual shelters, those experiencing homelessness or those at-risk of becoming homeless can call one toll-free number and be connected to appropriate services. After a brief screening, the operator may make an appointment for the caller at a Housing Resource Center to be connected with permanent housing and supportive services. Calls to the Center are answered by operators at NJ 2-1-1, which has access to up-to-date data about which providers have space available if the caller needs emergency shelter.

Food Assistance/Household Goods

Food Help Line 1-800-319-Food (3663)

Hours of Operation: Monday—Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Philabundance established the Food Help Line in an effort to improve emergency access to food and to offer a welcoming resource for those seeking food assistance. Staffed five days a week with a bilingual referral specialist, the helpline directs callers to a food cupboard and other resources close to their homes.

Manna on Main Street 215-855-5454
 713 W. Main Street, Lansdale, PA 19446

Manna on Main Street offers a public soup kitchen, with meals served twice a day Monday through Saturday and lunch on Sunday; all are welcome! Manna’s choice-model food pantry is open Monday—Friday for residents within the North Penn community, with the exception of Hatfield and North Wales Borough as there are food cupboards in these municipalities. Additionally, Manna coordinates emergency financial aid for eligible individuals in crisis, and offers job readiness, financial planning, computer, and other classes as a public, community program.

  Manna's Kitchen

Serves those in need of a warm, healthy meal. The kitchen is open seven days a week.
Monday-Friday 10 am-12:15 pm & 4 pm-5:15 pm
Saturday & Sunday 11 am-12:30 pm

  Manna's Market

Choice-model food pantry. Applicants must provide proof of residency within the NPSD.
Monday 6 pm-7:30 pm
Wednesday 9-11 am & 4:30-6 pm
Thursdays & Fridays 1-3:45 pm

Online Market Shopping Hours:
Monday 10:30 am-1:30 pm
Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 5 am-11 am

Mitzvah Circle Foundation 484-897-0414
P.O. Box 2130, Blue Bell, PA 19422

Mitzvah Circle Foundation provides support, hope and dignity to individuals and families during times of crisis, poverty, homelessness and serious illness. The Foundation assists people who have fallen through the cracks , removing barriers to meaningful help and resources. They provide individualized support such as clothing, school supplies, diapers, household items, food, services and referrals.