Potter County Human Services under the direction of the County Commissioners has scaled back our operations in an effort to minimize the risk to staff and consumers by having all non-essential staff self-isolate until further notice. The current stay-at-home directive by the Governor is in place through April 30, 2020. Caseworkers and Secretarial staff were dismissed from work this morning and the daily operations of Potter County Human Services will be run by all management level staff. Our Protective Service, Child Abuse Investigation, Crisis and other On-Call staff will remain on call for any emergency situations. Our caseworkers will be calling their consumers weekly to check on them to ensure they are safe and provide assistance if need be. Our Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP) will continue to operate as normal. We are putting the health and well-being of our staff and the consumers first.
Senior Centers are temporarily closed until further notice. During this time meals will still be distributed from the centers by means of “Drive-up” or “Curbside pickup” distribution. Our meal reservation system is still being utilized. Seniors can call their center, and reserve a meal by 2 p.m. the day before it is distributed. If for some reason they cannot reach the center manager they can call the Aging office in Roulette and ask for Barb Kiel to reserve their meal, at 814-544-7315.
Our mission is to serve and strengthen the families and children of Potter County through an accessible social services system that is based upon both the needs and resources of our communities.
We welcome you to use this site and encourage you to contact us for further information.
Potter County Human Services
62 North Street, PO Box 241
Roulette, PA 16746
Toll Free: (800) 800-2560
Phone: (814) 544-7315
Fax: (814) 544-9062
Potter County Mental Health Hotline
24 hours a day, 7 days a week