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Homeless Shelters

Bucks County Homeless Shelter
7301 New Falls Road (7 Library Way)
Levittown, PA 19055


Emergency shelter for families and individuals; case managers assist with needed services; Provides emergency shelter, food, clothing and general information referrals. The shelter can house up to 85 men, women and children.
24 hours a day, seven days a week .

Bucks County Housing Group, Inc.
Administrative Offices
2324 Second Street Pike, Suite 17
Wrightstown, PA, 18940


Supportive Housing Shelter Programs in Penndel, Morrisville, Doylestown, Croydon and Milford Square (formerly know as EQPP) for families with children who are referred by other agencies; case management staff assists with needed services and helps clients achieve self-sufficiency. Also manages a transitional housing program with rent subsidies to assist families as the length of the education and job readiness. This is a six-month to two-year program depending on the length of the education program; co-sponsored with the Bucks County Children and Youth Social Service Agency.
9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday (office hours).
Shelter: security deposit required (negotiable).
Transitional/Bridge Housing Program: rent subsidy based on income.

Milford Square
2155 Milford Square Pike
Milford Square, PA 18935

Croydon Apts
1100 and 1701 Newportville Road
Croydon, PA 19020

Penndel Shelter
349 Durham Road
Penndel, PA 19047

200 W. Bridge Street
Morrisville, Pa 19067

Doylestown Shelter
407 Old Dublin Pike
Doylestown, PA 18901



A Woman's Place
P.O. Box 299
Doylestown, PA 18901


Hotline for crisis counseling, support and information, emergency shelter for battered women and their children, children's services, legal advocacy including in-person assistance in filing "pro-se" petitions for Protection From Abuse orders, court accompaniment, county-wide weekly support groups for battered women, children's support groups and community education.

Valley Youth House
Emergency Runaway and Homeless Shelter

800 N. York Road Building 22
Warminster, PA 18974

Fax: 215-442-9766
24-Hour Hotline: 215-442-9760

The shelter offers help for youth that are homeless. The youth may be homeless due to many reasons, one of which may be conflict within the family. The shelter offers emergency shelter for youth ages 12-18 with up to a 15-day stay. Shelter, clothing, food and general emergency needs are provided. Intensive individual and family counseling and other case management services are available during the youth's stay. Youth may refer themselves, or can be referred by parents, teachers, police, social workers and other agencies. Transportation to school is provided when possible, if not there is a school on the property. Drop-in crisis services are available if needed or an appointment can be made ahead of time to discuss services. The shelter is a safe place to reside while youth are working towards reunification with their family. All services are free.