Health and Human Services
The division of Health and Human Services is established to oversee the County administered programs delivering social services and health to residents of Bucks County. These programs include
The Human Services Divisional Office also has administrative oversight of four, quasi-County, agencies which include
The Health and Human Services Divisional Office administers the Human Service Development Fund Grants (HSDF), the Homeless Assistance Program (HAP), and the Behavioral Health Services (BHS) under the Health Choices Program. It is staffed with an Administrator, Deputy Administrator, a Policy and Planning Specialist, and an Administrative Assistant.
The Divisional Office works collaboratively with public and private agencies to identify barriers and gaps in services, coordinate programming for efficient and effective service delivery and advocates with legislators and government offices for adequate funding to meet the needs of County residents.
The Bucks County Commissioners, along with the Bucks County Health and Human Services Division, are compiling a "wish list" of needs for local Non-Profit Organizations. For more information, click here to go to the Non-Profit Wish List Page.
PA Resources for Families - Information for all stages of a healthy life for you and your family.
The Divisional Office is generally open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Click here for a sampling of Health and Human Services Volunteer Opportunities.
Special Needs Registry - Bucks, Chester and Montgomery Counties have jointly developed this registry to allow citizens with special needs and their associates an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies, so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergencies.
Bucks County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Task Force
Code Blue Information
Code Blue -- Commissioner Diane Marseglia on Comcast Newsmakers, November 12, 2009
Division of Health and Human Services