Coronavirus Response

SWCT is still serving community members during the Coronavirus pandemic. Click below to read an update on services and steps being taken to keep staff and passengers safe.

Coronavirus Response

To better serve the community during the current pandemic, Trehab is proud to provide virtual/telehealth outpatient treatment services. Click below for more information.

Public Notice

Click "Read More" below, for a Public Notice regarding a meeting about the use of CDBG-CV funds.

Coronavirus Response

Trehab Resource Centers are offering remote CRS services via Zoom. Click the button below to read more.

This year Feed a Friend is of special importance. It's also being done a bit differently- there are no drop off locations, but donors can give funds toward helping families in need. Click to access the donation form.

In Susquehanna County, Trehab's two food pantries are open five days a week to help community members facing food insecurity. Click below for hours and information.

Serving People and Communities

Trehab is serving our neighbors in six counties in rural Northeastern Pennsylvania.

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Mission Statement

The Trehab Community Action Agency is committed to act as both a service provider and an advocate for the poor, unemployed, and underemployed, the elderly, and other groups at risk. The agency is committed to serving the community as a catalyst for asset building and by helping to increase access to capital.

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Programs

Community Services

The Community Services program is dedicated to improving the overall condition of life in local communities by providing essential programs to assist low-income individuals and families.

Helping our clients become more economically independent and self-sufficient is the primary goal of Community Services.

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PROGRAMS

Workforce Development

Our Workforce Development programs provide the means and opportunities for adults, youth, and dislocated workers to learn new skills and prepare for employment.

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Transportation

Susquehanna/Wyoming County Transportation, operated by Trehab, provides shared ride services to residents of Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties. Click the button below for more information.

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Marcellus Response

With the influx of Marcellus activity into rural Northeastern Pennsylvania, Trehab has worked hard to assist low-to-middle income consumers in capitalizing upon the opportunities which this industry presents. Simultaneously, the agency increased its focus on housing development and assistance to combat the emergent housing crisis.

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Housing

Trehab, a Community Action Agency and Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO), is committed to serving communities and partnering with them regarding housing and revitalization efforts. The Housing Program is really a continuum of programs that provide affordable, decent, safe, and innovative housing for area residents.

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D&A Treatment

Trehab offers a wide range of outpatient services in Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties to address the various stages of addiction, from early use of substances to increasing dependence.

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D&A Prevention

Trehab’s Prevention Department conducts educational programs in schools, and throughout the community, to build protective factors and reduce risk factors for alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) abuse.

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Food Bank

Trehab helps provide free, nutritious food to neighbors in need at three food banks. In Susquehanna County, a community garden adds fresh fruits and vegetables to the offering.

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Resource Centers

Trehab operates peer-led, supportive resource centers in Wyoming and Susquehanna Counties.

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Weatherization

Trehab's Weatherization Programs can help make houses more energy efficient and affordable to heat and cool.

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Public Hearing Notice

Public Hearing Notice

October 11, 2020
 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED USE OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) FUNDS FOR WYOMING COUNTY FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR...
Public Hearing Notice

Public Hearing Notice

June 17, 2020
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE AND REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE 2020 CDBG PROGRAM Notice is hereby given by Trehab on behalf...
Business Assistance

Business Assistance

April 21, 2020
D&A Telehealth

D&A Telehealth

April 12, 2020
Expanded Hours

Expanded Hours

April 12, 2020
Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus Update

April 12, 2020
Click here for an update about SWCT's response to Coronavirus.

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Thank you to Montrose Pricechopper's Ryan, for nominating Trehab for #GivingTuesday as Trehab was the proud recipient of $1,000 for our Food Banks! Montrose Pricechopper is a strong supporter of the Trehab Food Banks of Susquehanna County all year round providing extra baked goods those who come to the Food Banks! On behalf of the people we serve, THANK YOU so much for this generous donation.Happy #GivingTuesday! Last month, we invited teammates in our stores, our distribution center and our main office to nominate charities in their local community: organizations that they had a connection with, an interest in and more.

We received over 60 nominations for worthy organizations across our footprint, and our internal Giving Tuesday panel selected an organization in each of our 6 Northeast states to receive $1,000 from us on Giving Tuesday 2020. A huge thanks to all of our teammates who took the time to tell us about the wonderful work being done in their regions!

Below are our selected organizations by state, with info about each:

New York
Nominated by Ben B. from our Human Resources Department - L.E.A.P. is a community action agency in Fort Edward, NY. that believes that supporting individuals and families in attaining self-sufficiency is best done through building relationships and community networks, and helps thousands to define and reach their economic and educational goals. LEAP - Learning, Employment, Assistance, Partnership

Massachusetts
Nominated by Rose C. from Store 140 Pittsfield - The Civitan Club of Pittsfield is a member of Civitan International, a worldwide volunteer organization dedicated to serving individual and community needs, with an emphasis on helping people with disabilities. The volunteers of Civitan Club of Pittsfield want to make a difference in making the community a better place to live. Civitan Club of the Berkshires

Vermont
Nominated by Jeanne S. from Store 127 St. Albans - Martha’s Kitchen focuses on meeting the basic needs of food and companionship while offering hope through compassionate service. Supported by area churches, businesses and individuals, Martha’s Kitchen relies on volunteers who strive to restore dignity to hungry individuals and families by providing nourishment and fellowship in a safe, warm, and caring environment. Martha's Community Kitchen

New Hampshire
Nominated by Brenda C, from Store 167 West Lebanon - For over 50 years UVHS has provided services to pets and families across communities in New Hampshire and Vermont. UVHS has worked to create a compassionate and humane community with innovative and leading edge strategies, and is proud to be at the forefront of the animal welfare movement by serving its communities through care and resources for companion animals and families. Upper Valley Humane Society

Connecticut
Nominated by Michelle D. from Store 204 Bristol - Brian’s Angels is a homeless outreach organization that provides toiletries, non-perishable foods, clothing, and temporary shelter. Brian’s Angels was founded by Pat Stebbins in memory of her son Brian, who died in 1998, two weeks before his 25th birthday, and after a period of homelessness. Brian's Angels Homeless Outreach

Pennsylvania
Nominated by Ryan T. from Store 185 Montrose - Trehab Community Action Agency is committed providing services and advocating for the poor, unemployed and underemployed, elderly, and other groups at risk. For Montrose residents facing food insecurity, the Trehab food bank is here to help. Trehab

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Our Montrose Food Bank has bags ready for the Feed A Friend Thanksgiving Program. If you know of anyone in need of dinner fixings and a turkey, please call our Montrose Food Bank at 570-278-5269 or Susquehanna/Oakland Food Bank at 570-853-1109. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our IES family is growing! Babygirl has given birth to 4 new pups and we are so excited! 🥰🐶🥰 #DogsofTwittter

Happy #LoveYourPetsDay ! We have quite a big pet family here at IES and we love them all so much! We've got Bane, Haku, Krow, Kusshy, and Khaloo! 🐶 😍😍

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🌟The staff of IES Central wishes all of you and your loved ones a Happy and Memorable Thanksgiving! 🦃
In observance of this holiday, our offices will be closed on November 28-29. 🤓
We will be back in office on Monday, December 2nd. 👋

#CITE2019 #CETPA2019 #webdevelopment #webdesign #mobileappdevelopment Thank you to everyone that visited our booth at CETPA!

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