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Resolve Crisis Services – provides 24 hour mental health crisis intervention and stablization services in Allegheny County.
Toll-free: 888-796-8226 (888.7.YOU.CAN)

Allegheny County Department of Human Services – provides an extensive range of prevention, early intervention, crisis management and after-care services.
One Smithfield Street, Suite 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412) 350 5701

Family Health Council of Central Pennsylvania– oversees and supports a diverse, 28-county network of organizations providing a range of vital services and care to thousands of women, men, children and adolescents each year. Services include women’s health care, cancer screening and education, tobacco prevention and cessation, nutrition advice and healthy foods, and HIV/AIDS support services.
(717) 761-7380

Pennsylvania Health Law Project – assists in obtaining access to healthcare and helps monitor the quality of care and service given at various health care programs.
2325 E. Carson St.
First Floor, Suite B
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(412) 434-5779
Statewide Toll-free Hotline (800) 274-3258

2-1-1 is a free resource and information hub to connect people with a variety of services that they need in 11 counties in SW PA.

Pharmacy Assistance – Pennsylvania residents who do not participate in any other state or federally funded prescription program may be able to receive free or low-cost prescriptions. If you have a prescription discount card, you may still qualify. Call 1-800-955-0989 for The Pennsylvania Patient Assistance Program Clearinghouse or go to The Clearinghouse will help you apply for free or low-cost prescription medicines available from drug manufacturing companies and other sources.

The Medicine Program – patient advocacy organization helping individuals and families all across America get access to up to 2,500 prescription medications available today for free or nearly free of charge through Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs).

Allegheny County Mental Health Emergency/Crisis – licensed telephone and mobile behavioral health crisis intervention services for residents of Allegheny County.

Allegheny County Department of Human Services – an extensive range of prevention, early intervention, crisis management and after-care services.
One Smithfield Street, Suite 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Toll-free 1 - (800) 692 - 7462

Allegheny County Health Care Resources –
“Underinsured or Uninsured: A Guide to Health Care Resources in Allegheny County”

American Red Cross Southwestern Pennsylvania
2801 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412) 263-3100

Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) – Pennsylvania’s program to provide quality health insurance for children of working familites who otherwise could not afford it. Applications for the CHIP program can be made online through the PA Department of Public Welfare’s COMPASS website at Services include emergency coverage; immunizations and well-baby care; prescription coverage with no copayment; and dental.

Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania (formerly Disability Law Project) – provides servicess to individuals with diabilities, their organizations, their families and their advocates.
1901 Law and Finance Building
429 Fourth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1505
Voice (412) 391-5225
TDD (412) 467-8940

Human Services Center – provides mental health counseling and services.
Human Services Center (North)
130 W North St.
New Castle, PA 16101

720 Lawrence Avenue
Ellwood City, PA 16117
(724) 752-3600

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 St
Pittsburgh, PA, 15219
(412) 683-0739

Soup Kitchen
(412) 261-5417

Educational Program
(412) 261-0373 ext. 109

Job Center
(412) 261-0373 ext. 106

Medicare Prescription Drug Program – offers help with prescription drug costs. The new program gives you a choice of prescription plans that offer various types of coverage. You may be able to get extra help to pay for the premiums, annual deductible, and co-payments related to the new Medicare Prescription Drug Program – an average of $2,100 in extra help.

Operation Safety Net – medical outreach program of Mercy Hospital providing direct medical care to the homeless of Pittsburgh.
Mercy Hospital
1400 Locust Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 232-5739

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