Community Support

  • SVTogether We know these unprecedented times are a struggle for many in our community. We are in this together and WILL get through this together!
    We have created a community support hub of #SVTogether – a place where our families can come to help others or for those seeking assistance. We are collecting supplies, monetary donations and even offers of personal connection and transportation. If you would like to donate your time and/or resources, please click on and complete the “I Want to Help” survey below. If you are in need of assistance, please click and submit the survey form under “I Need Help.” 


    I Want to Help.
    I Need Help.

    Below is a list of additional local resources:

    Center for Community Resources (CCR)
    CCR provides supportive services for individuals and families seeking information, referral, and service coordination. Areas include mental health, aging, intellectual disabilities, substance abuse and other human service needs.
    212 S. Main Street, #625
    Butler, PA 16001
    Cranberry Township Community Response Team
    Residents in need of assistance can call 724-776-4806, then choose Option 3.

    Gleaners Food Bank
    2535 Rochester Road
    Cranberry Twp, PA 16066
    Grace Community Church
    For those families who are part of the Full Table Project through Grace Community Church (GCC), bags will also be available for pickup. Please contact GCC at (724) 779-7997 or visit for more information.
    Southwest Butler Food Cupboard
    557 Perry Highway
    Harmony, PA 16037
    For more information on areas served and pick up dates and locations, click here.
    Victory Family Church
    Victory Family Church is also providing the community with food assistance. To learn more on how to pick up food or donate food, visit call (724) 453-6200.
    Christian Counseling Associates (CCA)
    CCA provides professional counseling services from a Christian perspective. Go to to schedule an appointment or contact 724-396-1510. For those who are struggling financially, CCA has grant-funded counseling available to anyone in need, as well as an online COVID-19 support group at no cost to the participant. In addition, CCA is accepting tax-deductible donations to their Foundation to provide counseling and assistance to those who are currently struggling financially and emotionally. More information can be found at
    Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
    The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank is offering drive-up food distributions with no required proof of eligibility. Additional information, including local distribution sites, can be found here:

    United Way Helpline
    Dial 211 to access local information about financial, domestic and health related resources. Available 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    Dial 1-800-273-8252 to access free and confidential support. Available 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

    Child Care for Essential Workers
    The Department of Human Services announced an Online Tool for Essential Workers to Find Child Care Providers with Approved Waivers. You can access that tool at the following link:

    Vitalant Blood Bank – Two Local Locations

    Butler Health System
    127 Oneida Valley Rd., Suite 206
    Butler, PA 16001


    Butler Centre
    20421 Route 19, 2nd Floor
    Cranberry Township, PA 16066


    Schedule an appointment online:

    Department of Human Services Support & Referral Helpline
    Skilled and compassionate staff are available 24/7 to assist Pennsylvanians struggling with anxiety and other challenging emotions due to the COVID-19 emergency, and refer them to community-based resources that can further help to meet individual needs. Call 1-855-284-2494. For TTY, dial 724-631-5600.

    FirstEnergy’s Assistance Programs
    FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania Utilities have several assistance programs available for customers. Visit for more information.

    Butler Health System – Meals for Staff
    Butler Health System is requesting meals and snacks for its staff. For more information and to sign-up, visit:
    Butler Alliance for Children
    The Butler Alliance for Children has begun a Play Safe * Stay Safe initiative and is searching for donors. They are collecting new, unopened board games, card games, outside games, etc. that will be donated to families throughout Butler County. The items will be delivered to the center or picked up by center staff at donor's homes. The plan is to provide activities to keep children occupied and families engaged with one another to minimize stress and the likelihood of abuse. To learn more or donate, visit

    If you would like to add additional resources to this list, please send the information to If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Annie Mersing, SV Foundation Director of Development, via email at