The Abuse Network
Juniata County: (717) 447-1885
Mifflin County: (717) 242-0715
24 Hour Hotline: 1-888-810-2444
The Abuse Network provides services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other serious crimes in Mifflin and Juniata Counties.
These services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, empowerment counseling, information and referrals, an emergency domestic violence shelter, legal advocacy, medical advocacy, accompaniment, and support groups. All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
The Abuse Network also provides free prevention and awareness education training to schools, local groups, and community members. There are also various volunteer opportunities with the agency for those who wish to help their fellow community members.
Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and generosity of donors in both Mifflin and Juniata counties.
Compass Community Connections (Formerly known as Mifflin-Juniata Special Needs Center)
Provides programs for anyone affected by a person with special needs
- Support services and groups for parents and families
- Adult Training Facilities
- Early Intervention (Birth to Three)
- Teen Club
- After School Program (ages 6-12)
- Recreation programs
- Equipment loans
- Disability Awareness programs
- Sign Language classes
- Aktion Club (with the Kiwanis Club)
Crossroads Pregnancy Center
Juniata County: (717) 436-0024
Mifflin County: (717) 242-0301
We understand that sometimes you need a place to process things, to think through your options, and to feel safe to share what’s on your mind. If you have questions about pregnancy, abortion, adoption or parenting, we welcome your visit to one of our locations. Our services are confidential.
DeLauter Youth Center
Offers programs in a safe environment for youths after school in Mifflintown.
- Tuesday Evenings: 4th-8th grades
- Wednesday Evenings: Central PA Youth Ministries
- Thursday Evenings: 9th - 12th grades
Fayette Area Lions Den
Promoting fitness and overall well-being through athletics, exercise and activities for all ages.
Juniata County Library
A Central Pennsylvania gem, the Juniata County Library
offers modern and traditional programs and services for lifelong learners. From
technology courses to youth summer reading to book clubs to free fiber
internet, the library satisfies all interests and curiosities.
With new and
exciting services available, such as mobile printing and lending Wi-Fi
hotspots, the library allows users to access their information easily and
securely. Sign up to use one of our 2 free community rooms and host your next
Now offering iconic scouting programs to Boys & Girls:
- Cub Scouts ages 5-10
- Scouts, BSA 11-18
- Venture Ages 14-20
LUMINA Center "Lewistown United Ministries In Neighborhood Action"
Offers programs in a safe environment for youths after school:
- Kids Café After School (Grades 1-8):
- June: Rainbow Summer (Ages 6-11)
- July & Aug: Fun-in-the-Sun (Ages 7-14)
Library is your one-stop place for reading materials, information, computers,
faxes, copier service and so much more. Our children’s programs engage
pre-readers and adults in early learning fun.
Visit us virtually and checkout
e-books, e-audio books, or find information on thousands of topics via our
website and Power Library. We satisfy curious minds.
Mifflin-Juniata Energy Bank
Energy Bank provides heat assistance to residents of Mifflin or Juniata County ineligible for Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) benefits. Services are tentatively available from November through the end of March. There is no income eligibility, but co-payment based on income does apply. Residents ages 60+ are eligible for Energy Bank assistance regardless of receipt of LIHEAP benefits. Financial health, energy conservation, and weatherization information is provided.
To learn more about how you may benefit from Energy Bank, call (717) 447-5121
Call Toll Free at 1-800-326-9177
Open 8:30 to 3:30, Monday through Friday
Help is on the Line!
Providing a diverse array of services to
- help people who have low-vision or no-vision maintain their
- help to get an eye exam and glasses
- employment for the differently-abled
Success By 6
Working to ensure that all children will enter Kindergarten ready to succeed! Since 1994, SB6 has been partnering with early childhood programs, community agencies and school districts in Mifflin and Juniata Counties to build seamless transition for children and their families to kindergarten.