• Employee and Community Services

    Economic Impact Payment tools and FAQ's.

    www.myhealthyhuntingdon.com

    Utility Assistance Guide. Click here.

    PA 2-1-1 -  211 is a free, confidential referral and information helpline and website that connects people of all ages and from all communities to the essential health and human services they need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 211 is available in Huntingdon County.  You can also text your zip code to 898211 or go their website https://www.uwp.org/211gethelp/ 

    Huntingdon County United Way Office - Is setting up a Covid-19 emergency fund with a primary focus on helping with food needs. Their phone number is (814) 643-3142.

    Human Services Hub - a project of the Center for Community Action.  The hub is for public use, acting as a central point for all social services in Huntingdon County and the other counties CCA serves.  The hub connects you to help for things like child care, health care, and public housing.  Click here to visit the website. The CCA Huntingdon County office phone number is (814) 643-4202.

    UC Eligibility & COVID-19 Information for Workers Impacted. Click here During the COVID-19 pandemic, claimants are not required to prove they have applied or searched for a job and not required to register with PA CareerLink. The waiting week has been suspended. Applicants can receive benefits for the first week they are unemployed. Click here for a video on filing Unemployment Compensation claims.

    Moratorium on foreclosures and evictions for single family homeowners with FHA-insured mortgages for 60 days to help those who lost their jobs stay in their homes. Click here for more information.

    Emergency Food Assistance During COVID-19 Mitigation. Click here for more information.

    Free Debt & Credit Counseling Services Online Click here.

    COMPASS is a website that allows individuals and community-based organizations to access, screen for, apply for and renew a broad range of social service programs, including healthcare, food stamps and cash assistance. Click here for more information.

     

    COVID-19: Resources for Parents

    Scholastic Learn At Home Program – free daily courses for kids can be found here.

    Mystery Science – free science lessons for K-5th grade can be found here.

    Hippocampusorg – 7,000 free videos for various subjects can be found here

    Virtual Museum Tours – Can be found here.

    Virtual Field Trips – Can be found here.

    Boardmaker – A collection of standardized picture symbols used for communication with students who are strong visual learners, including those with autism spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome, speech and language disorders and behavioral disorders can be found here.

    DeltaMath – A free website for teachers/ students that cover a wide range of math content from middle school through AP Calculus can be found here.

    Adventure Aquarium – Fun and educational activities can be found here.

    Cape May County Park & Zoo – Virtual Zoo School can be found here.

    Pittsburgh Zoo – Zoo’s web cams, podcast, and educational/ fun programming can be found here.

    Elmwood Zoo – Weekdays at 11am is ‘Zoo School Live’ and one can post live questions. Link can be found here.

    Cincinatti Zoo – Home Safari Facebook Live each day at 3pm (also on YouTube channel). Link can be found here.

    Philadelphia Zoo – At 2 PM weekdays they go live on Facebook. Link can be found here.

    Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk – The Maritime Museum of Norwalk CT has Live Facebook shows at 3 PM and replays here and here.

    List of zoos that are live-streaming animals to ease Coronavirus isolation can be found here.

    Delish Kids + Parents Cooking Class – Instagram Live (handle is @Delish) at 1:00pm. Find the link here.

    Calendar of virtual field trips for families/ daily activities can be found here.