Bucks County Housing Group (BCHG) works to advance the interests of homeless and low-income individuals and families and people in crisis in securing safe, affordable housing in the community.
What We Do
Bucks County Housing Group provides an array of social services to homeless and at-risk families participating in our Supportive Housing Programs, several of which are community-based. We have specialized Transition Age Youth Shared Living and Frail Elders Housing Programs. Diversion Case Management is available to those whose housing crises can be resolved quickly and without entry into a formal program. BCHG operates three community food pantries which serve thousands of county residents each year. The organization owns/manages 80 units of affordable housing concentrated in the lower portion of Bucks County. Our no-cost First-time Homebuyers' Counseling Program and Veterans Housing Assistance Program round out the many facets of Bucks County Housing Group. BCHG is an active member of the local Housing Continuum of Care, a partner in the Housing Link, Bucks County's centralized intake and assessment system, and readily collaborates with sister social services agencies to ensure those in need receive prompt and appropriate services.