community Action Development Bethlehem
current Housing Projects
and community Resources
Residential Façade Program
The Residential Façade program provides low-to moderate-income homeowners and renters with grants of up to $15,000 to make essential repairs, weatherize, and/or improve the appearance of the exterior of their homes.
Current focus area: Broadway
Current focus area: neighborhood near Friendship Park
community action homes
Community Action Homes partners with local municipalities to improve the quality of the affordable housing stock in the Lehigh Valley through a comprehensive housing revitalization strategy. This strategy includes the following tools: the acquisition of houses, rehabilitation of those houses for resale to eligible buyers, rehab of owner-occupied homes, and façade improvements.
New Bethany Ministries Housing Advocates
Community Action Development Bethlehem hosts a housing advocate from New Bethany Ministries once a week. The Housing Advocate can provide assistance to Northampton County residents with housing search, eviction prevention, and access to federal rental assistance funds. To schedule an appointment, please call 610-807-9337.
City of Bethlehem
The City of Bethlehem provides income-based assistance to homeowners to rehabilitate their residences to address code requirements, make weatherization improvements, and remediate lead paint and other health concerns.
Anyone seeking emergency shelter should contact 211 for intake services.