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Nearly everyone in our community has been touched by the COVID-19 emergency. Whether you find yourself with kids at home, looking for work, or needing financial assistance, Middletown Township is ready to equip you with the resources available to the public during these uncertain times. If you have a suggestion of a resource we can add, please send us your feedback.

Green Phase Expectations (Effective June 26, 2020)

Governor Tom Wolf is moving Bucks County and the southeastern Pennsylvania counties to the "Green Phase" of reopening on Friday, June 26.  During the Green Phase, all businesses are allowed to resume operations.  Businesses that were open in the yellow phase may now operate at 75% capacity.  Restaurants may offer indoor dining with safety and capacity restrictions. Salons, gyms, and other personal service businesses may open at 50% capacity, with appointments and reservations strongly encourages.  Masks, social distancing, hand washing, and hand sanitizing are still required.  Please respect your local businesses by politely abiding by their rules and guidelines put into place for the safety of their customers and employees.

The community is expected to use good judgement and understand that the state may shift counties back to the yellow or red phases as necessary.

Health Resources

Find a COVID-19 Testing Location
COVID-19 Symptoms

Important Links

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization
PA Department of Health
Bucks County Department of Health
PA Corona News

Job Resources

File for Unemployment
File for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)
Unemployment Information for Self-Employed Workers
If you are experiencing issues filing for unemployment, please contact your state representative.

Financial Resources

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - Paying Credit Cards
Find a Credit Counselor
United Way of Bucks County

Housing Resources

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - Paying Mortgages
Work with an Approved Housing Counselor
Credit Counseling Center
Rental Assistance
Utility Information

Tax Information

Federal Tax Filing Delayed Until July 15
State Tax Filing Delayed Until July 15
Local Earned Income Tax Filing Delayed Until July 15
Township Real Estate Taxes Face Value Due Date Moved to July 30, 2020

Food Assistance

Apply for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Emergency Relief Association (ERA) of Lower Bucks County
Find a Food Pantry Near You
Neshaminy School District Food Distribution for Students
Application and Assistance for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

Resources for Seniors

The Middletown Township Community Center on Trenton Road is closed until further notice.
Meals on Wheels - Call Area Agency on Aging (267) 880-5700, press 4, and ask about Meals on Wheels.
Scams Targeting Seniors

Mental Health Assistance

Taking Care of Your Mental Health
Bucks County Behavioral Health Helpline (215) 399-5681, available M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
National Mental Health Support Line - 1 (855) 284-2494
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1 (800) 273-8255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Spanish) - 1 (888) 628-9454
Crisis Text Line: Text "PA" to 741-741
Disaster Distress Helpline - 1 (800) 985-5990

Alcohol & Substance Use Resources

Drug and Substance Use Hotline - 1 (800) 662-4357
Additional Alcohol & Substance Use Resources

Additional Information

REAL ID Enforcement Delayed Until October 2021
Pennsylvania Turnpike EZ-Pass or Toll-by-Plate Now Permanent 
Visitations to Correctional Facilities Suspended
Tips to Avoid Scams
Coronavirus Scams