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NeighborWorks® Association of Pennsylvania is comprised of seven community-based, non-profit corporations with the single mission of helping Pennsylvanians gain access to and remain in their homes. Our members are chartered by NeighborWorks® America, the national leader in affordable housing efforts with a network of more than 230 organizations in 50 states.

Arbor Housing and Development

Executive Director: Jeffrey E. Eaton
16 W. William Street
P.O. Box 31
Bath, NY 14810
Phone: 607-776-7664
Fax: 607-776-9118

A NeighborWorks® Association of Pennsylvania Affiliate Founded in 1969, Arbor Housing and Development began as a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to poverty relief. Through the years, Arbor Housing and Development transitioned into a progressive, nonprofit corporation committed to building independence and creating housing options. Along with providing residential behavioral health and domestic violence services that help people overcome challenges to live safely on their own, Arbor Housing and Development offers assistance for renters and homebuyers which translates to the security and stability that all people deserve. By developing, rehabilitating and managing quality residential sites, Arbor Housing and Development empowers people to live within their means in their communities of choice. Through a recent merger, Arbor Housing and Development now provides HUD Certified Housing Counseling and First-Time Homebuyer Services, as well as providing rental subsidies through our Housing Choice Voucher Program. Arbor Housing and Development has also recently expanded its service area to include the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania with a focus on community development and affordable housing development activities. Over the past six years, Arbor Housing and Development:

Housing Development Corporation MidAtlantic

President & CEO: Michael R. Carper
4-6 West King Street, Suite 4
Lancaster, PA 17603
Phone: (717) 291-1911
Fax: (717) 291-0987

A NeighborWorks® Chartered Member established in 1971, HDC MidAtlantic was founded by a small group of committed community members with a shared vision to provide affordable homes for older adults. The company has grown significantly since then, emerging as one of the largest providers of affordable housing in the mid-Atlantic region. Today, HDC MidAtlantic owns or manages over 3,500 quality affordable rental homes in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland serving 4,700 working families, seniors, and our friends and neighbors with disabilities.

HDC MidAtlantic aims to build hope and opportunity by providing a safe and affordable place to call home. It does this by providing:

With a focus on performance, HDC MidAtlantic's team of experienced professionals is committed to creating healthy communities for residents through innovation, collaboration and partnership.

Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Berks

Executive Director: Ronald E. Miller
213 North Fifth Street, Suite 1030
Reading, PA 19601
Phone: 610.372.8433
Fax: 610.374.2866

As a proud member of NWAP, Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Berks Inc's sole mission is to help our constituents gain and keep access to affordable homeownership opportunities.
In the past 3 years alone, NHS has generated over $62 million in economic activity in Berks County and the City of Philadelphia; and, as well, contributed $5 million in direct investment in Berks County alone. NHS:

NeighborWorks® Northeastern Pennsylvania

Executive Director: Jesse J. Ergott
709 East Market Street
Scranton, PA 18509
Phone: 570.558.2490

NeighborWorks® Northeastern Pennsylvania's (NWNEPA) mission is to strengthen the financial stability of the families in northeastern Pennsylvania through homeownership creation and preservation. Its vision for strong, healthy neighborhoods is built on the concepts of resident empowerment, redevelopment and public/private partnership.

In the past 4 years alone, NWNEPA has sparked over $20 million in economic activity in Lackawanna and surrounding counties, helping create over 155 local jobs. NeighborWorks® of Northeastern Pennsylvania:

NeighborWorks® Western Pennsylvania

CEO, Colin Kelley
710 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1000
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: 412-281-1100 x120
Fax: 412-281-9987

NeighborWorks® Western Pennsylvania's mission is financial empowerment that promotes home ownership and stable communities. This goal is realized by helping individuals and families strengthen their financial security through counseling and education programs.

In 2012 alone, nearly 2,222 clients benefitted from services in NeighborWorks® Western Pennsylvania's Home Ownership Center including:

New Kensington Community Development Corporation

Executive Director: Sandy Salzman
2515 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Phone: 215-427-0350

New Kensington Community Development Corporation seeks to serve as a catalyst to strengthen the physical, social, and economic fabric of the community. NKCDC achieves this through a combination of economic development, real estate development, land use management, housing counseling, and community organizing. NKCDC believes stable homes make stable neighborhoods, and that there should be affordable homeownership opportunities for all. NKCDC brings life to abandoned buildings by providing affordable housing to first-time homebuyers and converting old factories to new uses.

NKCDC serves more than 30,000 low-andmoderate income families and 60,000 residents annually. NKCDC works to expand homeownership opportunities for working families. In the past twenty years, NKCDC has helped more than 4,000 low-and-moderate income families purchase their first home. NKCDC offers homebuyer workshops, weatherization education, other energy assistance, financial literacy counseling, personal budgeting mentoring, and foreclosure prevention assistance. Last year alone, NKCDC's housing counselors were able to help 879 homeowners avoid foreclosure, over 100 homes were weatherized and over 2,000 residents received utility assistance.

PathStone Corporation

Executive Director: Stuart J. Mitchell
1625 North Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17102
Phone: 717-234-6616
Fax: 717-234-6692

Since 2001, PathStone Corporation's housing programs have leveraged more than $5 million in local, state and federal investments in South Central Pennsylvania communities for housing and homeownership opportunities. PathStone's bilingual First-Time Homebuyer Program has provided Homebuyer Education Workshops to over 3,130 individuals throughout its Pennsylvania service area since 2001. Of these, 928 have gone on to become homeowners. Provides access to low interest loans and grants for new homeowners and home repairs.

PathStone Corporation builds family and individual self-sufficiency by strengthening farm workers and rural and urban communities. PathStone promotes social justice through programs and advocacy. PathStone's Homeownership and Housing Rehabilitation programs create human, financial and physical assets for economically disadvantaged communities through comprehensive, coordinated community-based housing and economic development programs and services, and public policy initiative.