Connecting People to Services
The Mission of Center for Community Resources is to make a positive difference in every day lives by connecting people to a network of supports and services essential for actively learning, working and living in the community.
The agency's goal is to coordinate supportive services for individuals and families seeking information & referral for mental health, mental retardation, substance abuse and other human service needs. We are an integrated point of contact working in collaboration with other human service agencies to identify needs in the community and effectively respond to assist anyone seeking help.
We provide free and confidential assistance for men, women, children, youth, seniors and families, regardless of religion, race, age or ability to pay. Services are accessible for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, visually impaired, and/or those with physical or intellectual disabilities. We help over 10,000 people in need each year. The next person we’d be glad to help is you.
If you have a concern and don’t find the information you need on this site, please call 724-431-3748 and we can connect you with services in the community.
Thank you to West Penn Power/Penn Power, a FirstEnergy company, for sponsoring Butler County Human Services' annual breakfast meeting to provide education and training for community providers.