Community Service Agencies

Allegheny County Shelter List – list of shelters available for Allegheny County with contact information for each shelter. List provided by Allegheny County Department of Human Services.

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank – search for your local food pantry or find other food resources

Downtown Pittsburgh Soup Kitchens

Allegheny Link – a new service housed in the Allegheny County Office of Community Relations and funded by a grant from the Governor’s Office of Health Care Reform. The Allegheny Link’s overarching goals are to simplify and streamline access to services and supports and provide assistance to consumers who are seeking services and making long-term living decisions. The services provided by the Allegheny Link are eligibility screening, information and referral, benefit and options counseling, application assistance, and follow up.  The target audiences for these services are people over the age of 60 or people ages 18 – 59 living with a disability. The Allegheny Link can accept call or walk-in referrals.
First Floor of One Smithfield Street, First Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
1-866-730-2368 (Voice)
412-350-5205 (TTY)
8:30 – 4:30 Monday through Friday
More Information: https://www.alleghenycounty.us/Human-Services/About/Contact/Allegheny-Link.aspx

Allied Coordinated Transportation Services, Inc. – broker for transportation services within Lawrence County for its residents. Offers discount for eligible clients age 65 and over.
241 West Grant Street
P.O. Box 189
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 652-5588

American Red Cross West Central Pennsylvania Chapter – covers Beaver, Butler, Clarion, Lawrence, Mercer and Venango Counties
1643 Allegheny Boulevard
Reno, PA 16343
(814) 677-2024

Bethlehem Haven – provides emergency overnight shelter and residential recovery program for homeless women.
Fifth Avenue Commons
905 Watson Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 391-1348
Website: www.bethlehemhaven.org

Catholic Charities – offers services and programs that meet important needs for individuals and families in the community without regard to race, religion, age or gender.
Allegheny County – Main Offices
212 Ninth Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
CARELine (412) 456-5958
General (412) 456-6999

Neighborhood Based Services
4124 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
(412) 687-6683

Ozanam Cultural Center
1833 Wylie Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 281-4046

Roselia Center
624 Clyde Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 682-4410

Website: www.ccpgh.org

Contact E.A.R.S. – non-profit association of volunteer telephone workers that strives to help callers realize their human potential, self worth, and inner resources to resolve problems or issues affecting their well being.
PO Box 7804
New Castle, PA 16103
Phone: (724) 658-5529
Fax: (724) 658-6461

Drug and Alcohol Community Treatment Services, Inc. (D.A.C.T.S., Inc.) – provides a variety of drug and alcohol treatment services for adults and adolescents.
332 Highland Avenue
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 658-2696

East End Cooperative Ministry, Inc. – inter-faith coalition of congregations providing services such as hunger, homeless, support, crisis, elderly, children and employment programs.
250 North Highland Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206-3026
(412) 361-5549
Website: www.eecm.org

Family Links – Services range from outpatient mental health counseling and substance abuse treatment to supports coordination for those with intellectual disabilities and education for children whose behavioral or developmental health issues keep them from thriving in a traditional school setting.
401 N. Highland Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Focus On Renewal (F.O.R.) – health and social services to the Sto-Rox Community; is currently sponsoring a legal clinic two evenings per month.
701 Chartiers Avenue
McKees Rocks, PA 15136
(412) 995-3032
Website: www.forstorox.org

Hazelwood Comprehensive Health Initiative – connecting residents of Hazelwood, Glen Hazel, Glenwood and Riverside with health and social services.
5001 Second Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15207
(412) 422-0690

Heritage Community Transportation – serves 15 communities east of the City of Pittsburgh, connecting them to the Port Authority bus system.

Highmark Caring Foundation – Caring Program: Care Coordination for Children with Special Health Care Needs and Their Families – provides in-home visits by medically trained staff who determine needs and are available to accompany families to medical appointments and other meetings. Now provides Level 2-community based care coordination support and services in all of Highmark’s 49 county region.
(866) 823-0892
Website: www.caringprogram.com

Human Services Center – provides mental health counseling and services.
Human Services Center (North)
111 East Maitland Lane
New Castle, PA 16105

720 Lawrence Avenue
Ellwood City, PA 16117

(724) 658-3578
24 Emergency: (724) 652-9000

Jubilee Association, Inc. – services include soup kitchen, medical clinic, job corner, jail ministry, food pantry, adult education, computer training, child center and housing.
Jubilee Association, Inc.
2005 Wyandotte Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Jubilee Pantry
3103 Brereton Avenue, Polish Hill
Pittsburgh, PA
(412) 683-0739

Soup Kitchen
(412) 261-5417

Educational Program
(412) 261-0373 ext 1

Job Center
(412) 261-0373 ext. 106

John Heinz Family Center
(412) 261-0373 ext. 113

Lawrence County Community Action Partnership. – centralized planning, coordinating and administering agency for state and federal block grant programs and other funds.
241 West Grant Street
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 658-7258
Website: www.lccap.org/

Lydia’s Place, Inc. – assists female offenders to rebuild their lives, reunite with their children and become productive members of society.
711 Penn Avenue
Suite 706
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412) 471-3410
Website: www.lydiasplace.org

National Runaway Safeline – website for the anonymous, confidential, 24-hour crisis line, 1-800-RUNAWAY, for teenagers who are thinking of running from home, for teenagers who have a friend who has run, or for runaways ready to go home through their Home Free program, for teachers who are looking for information to pass along to their students about alternatives to running from home, and anyone who cares about a youth and want information on how to help someone at risk of running from home.
Website: www.1800RUNAWAY.org

North Hills Community Outreach – interfaith, non-profit organization addressing the spiritual, emotional, physical and material needs of people in crisis within the local community.
Outreach Center
1975 Ferguson Road
Allison Park, PA 15101-3205
(412) 487-6316

Millvale Satellite
223 North Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15209-2621
(412) 821-0904

Bellevue Satellite
c/o Emanuel’s Lutheran Church
10 North Fremont Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15202-3218
(412) 732-0600

Website: www.nhco.org

Parent Education and Leadership (PEAL) Center – provides training, information and technical assistance to help parents in Western and Central Pennsylvania become more effective advocates for their children. Its overarching mission is to ensure that children, youth and adults with disabilities lead rich, active lives and participate as full members of communities and schools.
1119 Penn Ave., Suite 400
Pittsburgh, PA
(412) 281-4404 (phone)
(866) 950-1040 (toll-free)
(412) 281-4409 (TTY)

Pennsylvania Health and Human Services Resource Guide – English
Guia De Recursos De Salud Y Servicios Humanos De Pennsylvania – Spanish

Rainbow Kitchen Community Services – programs that address hunger, child care, job readiness, and placement for the residents of Homestead, West Homestead and Munhall.
135 East 9th Avenue
Homestead, PA 15120
(412) 464-1892
Website: www.rainbowkitchen.org

Riverview Community Action Corporation – services to enhance the quality of life for residents of Oakmont, Verona and surrounding areas.
P.O. Box 437
501 Second Street
Oakmont, PA 15139
(412) 828-1062
Website: rcacorp.org

Salvation Army of Lawrence County – youth and adult programs, visitor program, disaster relief, Meals-On-Wheels, clothing and meals, counseling and church services.
240 West Grant Street
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 652-7921
(724) 658-4357
After Hours: (724) 652-8415

St. Joseph’s House of Hospitality – supportive housing for homeless male senior citizens (50 years +).
1635 Bedford Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 471-0666

Society of St. Vincent de Paul – provides assistance with furniture, clothing, rent, utilities, and food.  As of October 1, 2017, all referrals are made through their website.

United Way of Lawrence County – fund raising for a variety of health and human services agencies in Lawrence County in an effort to impact the community in a positive manner. Contributions have helped support more than 40 non-profit agencies in Lawrence County.
232 North Mercer Street
Suite 101
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone: (724) 658-8528
Fax: (724) 658-6394

Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania – provides assistance to all veterans in the areas of housing, job placement, training, family issues, and benefits.
2417 East Carson Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(412) 481-8200
Website: www.vlpwpa.org

W.E. C.A.R.E. (Welcoming Extraordinary Children by providing Assessments, Referrals and Education) – a joint offering of the Allegheny County Health Department and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, provides in-home visits to identify needs and help families connect to essential resources. The program, staffed by nurses, educates families about medical conditions and treatments, and can actively coordinate care between primary and specialty doctors. Allegheny County children under the age of 21 with any type of medical or developmental need are eligible for this personalized service at no charge. Physicians and other professionals may refer patients to the program or families may call directly.
Allegheny County Health Department
(412) 247-7950