CODE BLUE SHELTER IS OPEN
Friday, December 9th
Shelter Location: Shir Ami - Inside the Sanctuary Social Hall
101 Richboro Rd, Newtown PA 18940
Guests should NOT arrive before 8:30pm
Shelter closes at 6:30am
*Only guest 18+ years admitted into the shelter
For more information about our Code Blue shelter, including bus stops click here
Guests needing transportation from the Morrisville Bus stop should call 215-550-3868 x100
and leave a message with their name, phone # and what bus stop they need to be picked-up from.
Requests MUST be made by 5:00pm.
There will be NO BUS TRANSPORTATION to tonight's Dine-In Meal
COMMUNITY "TO GO" MEALS OFFERED THIS MONTH
Meals will not be delivered to the AHTN designated stops when the Code Blue shelter is open.
The following locations will be hosting a shared meal packaged 'To Go'
unless noted otherwise.
All other shared meals have been cancelled.
12/1 St. Ignatius at Hope 101, Fallsington 6:00pm - Dine In (no transportation provided)
12/2 First UMC, Fairless Hills 5:00pm
12/4 Acts of Grace Community Church, Levittown 1:00pm - Dine In
12/5 Fallsington United Methodist, Fallsington 6:00pm - Dine In
12/6 Redeemer Lutheran, Penndel 6:00pm - Dine In
12/7 Salvation Army, Levittown 6:00pm - Dine In
12/9 Restoration Church, Levittown 6:00pm - Dine In
12/12 Woodside Church, Yardley 6:00pm - Dine In
12/14 Hope 101, Fallsington 6:00pm - Dine In
12/17 Calvary Baptist, Bristol 1:00pm - Dine In
12/20 Morrisville United Methodist, Morrisville 4:30pm
12/23 St. Johns, Yardley 6:00pm - Dine In
12/27 Peace Lutheran, Bensalem 6:00pm - Dine In
12/29 Hope 101, Fallsington 6:00pm - Dine In
NEW!! Homeless Drop-In Center
Those in need of shelter can now go to the Homeless Drop-In Center Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 7:00pm.
The center is located at The Reach Out Foundation Building
152 Monroe Ave. Penndel.
Services include: Shower, Washer & Dryer, charging stations along with light refreshments.
AHTN will be providing transportation to/from the center on the nights that Code Blue is open. Click here for more information.
Working Towards A Brighter Future
Advocates for Homeless & Those in Need (AHTN) is a Bucks County interfaith nonprofit that serves the homeless and those in need by providing year-long access to emergency shelter, food and other life-sustaining services with dignity and compassion.
THOSE IN NEED
AHTN’s Those In Need (TIN) Mission processes daily calls from agencies, organizations and individuals seeking assistance with an array of services such as: emergency shelter, prescriptions, utility assistance, legal documents, transportation to mental health & doctors appointments, thrift stores, food pantries, drug court, laundromat, etc. The TIN mission is always looking for drivers to help with these calls. If you would like to learn more about this mission and how you can help please click here.
AHTN's weekly Shower Mission is an opportunity for anyone in need to come and take a shower every Wednesday at the Bucks County Opportunity Council in Bristol. All guests must sign in, but NO ID is required. Every guest is given a clean towel & toiletries for their shower along w/ snacks & drinks. AHTN Volunteers and staff from BCOC are available on site for additional help with resources & other services.
For more information or to schedule transportation to the shower click here
WHEELS TO MEALS
The Wheels to Meals Mission provides transportation using AHTN's volunteer bus team and vehicles. Homeless guests and others in need are transported to a shared meal provided by one of over 39 local houses of worship in Lower Bucks County. To find out more and how you can help with this critical mission click here.
AHTN provides emergency overnight shelter for adults 18 and over. The temperature criteria and all volunteer positions must be staffed to open the shelter. The Code Blue season runs from December 1st through March 31st. Click here to learn how you can volunteer for Code Blue or if you are in need of shelter during Code Blue season.
MONROE SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS
Based in Tullytown, PA, Monroe Systems for Business is proud to support AHTN in their efforts to assist members of our local community who are in need. Founded in 1912 as the inventor of the first commercial printing calculator, Monroe has maintained strong business relationships with accounting and finance professionals for their equipment and supply needs. We are honored to be a part of this very special program.
Additional Thank You To AHTN Silver Sponsors:
Rodeway Inn Bristol
Mr. & Mrs. Michael McKillip
Ancient Order of Hibernians - Langhorne
Mr. Keith McGuire
Yardley United Methodist Church
Langhorne Area Ministreal Association
Leslie & Melanie Kelner
Mr. Eugene Lewis
Mr. David Weiss
Mr. Gregory Schwind