Providing my neighbor with peace of mind.
Our Christian followers believe in positive fellowship and being informed with resources to provide peace of mind. We have put together some of the resource information below. We also enjoy having fun seasonal activities such as Easter, Apple Fest, Dinner Church, Concerts and Fellowship just to name a few of our annual events. The Fellowship Hall is also available for the community: AA meetings, Blood Drive, Girl Scouts, and other special events catered to the community and celebrations. If you are interested in our facility, please contact us.
Meals on Wheels
Providing my neighbor with nutritional support.
Monroe County Meals on Wheels provides superior nutritional support, a daily human connection, and other supportive services to the home bound so they may remain safe and independent in their homes.
Providing my neighbor with educational and food resources.
The Second Harvest Food Bank website provides the closest food banks in your area. The Second Harvest serves 200 agencies in a six-county area: Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe, Northampton, Pike, and Wayne counties. There are several resources for families with military background, backpack package, Snap, etc…
Five Loaf House
Providing my neighbor with space and dinner.
By providing space for local churches and community organizations to have meetings and events for their organizations, fundraising dinners or other food oriented events. The Top of the Mountain Ecumenical Food Pantry is now located at Five Loaf House, and so we can now accept food donations inside the building Monday through Wednesday from 9 am to 11 am.
Providing my neighbor with senior care.
Assisted living is a form of senior care that provides residents with supportive services and assistance with the activities of daily living (ADLs). ADLs include things like bathing, eating, hygiene, and dressing. Assisted living services may also include basic first-aid and assistance with medication management. It does not include regular medical care, rehabilitation services, or skilled nursing care. Assisted living communities typically offer both semi-private and private rooms, a robust activity schedule and social opportunities for residents, and will have communal areas for residents to enjoy such as a fitness center, lounge, courtyard, or pool.
Youth Re-entry Program
Providing my neighbor with a path for a career.
Must reside in Monroe and/or Wayne Counties-PA and be within the age of 18-24. This program is specifically for young adults offenders who have a current or past involvement in the Juvenile or Adult Criminal Justice System.
For more information please contact us.
Phone: (570) 619-7700
Providing my neighbor with health information.
Pleural mesothelioma is a deadly form of cancer caused by asbestos exposure. Due to the long latency period of mesothelioma, approximately 20-50 years, about 80% of those who are diagnosed with this terrible disease are seniors. Our organization works 1-on-1 with these individuals to help them find local doctors, treatment centers and support groups, all for absolutely no cost to the patient.
You may call Patient Advocates at
The Humane Society
Providing my neighbor with pets.
Pets need food and shelter too. Sometimes families have pets but cannot afford the cost at the moment to feed, spay/neuter, and care for the health of a pet. The Humane Society has a list of places that will provide financial assistance for pet owners in need of care. Guidelines for vouchers to cover for spay/neuter vary according to the county in which you reside.
If you plan on adopting a pet or have been gifted with one, see betterpet.com for guidelines to maintain a pet healthy and happy.