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​​Empowering Muslim Women through Charitable Works

Muslim Women's Association of Pittsburgh

Please take a look at this list of Family Support Services and resources offered in ​ Allegheny County.

ACHIEVA is a leader in the field of disabilities, an organization known for its innovative programs and steadfast dedication to children and adults and adults with disabilities and their families
711 Bingham Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(412) 995-5000

Refugee Administration office
2900 Bedford Ave.
Pgh. PA 15219
phone 412.391.4985

Refugee Program Office
1835 Centre Ave. Ste.100
Pgh. PA 15219
phone 412.391.5184
Fax 412.392.2212

Allegheny Link
The mission of the Allegheny Link is to simplify and streamline access to services and supports in an effort to help individuals and families maintain their independence, dignity and quality of life. The Allegheny Link provides a wide array of services to Allegheny County residents with a disability over the age of 60 with or without a disability who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and professionals in the human services systems.

Allegheny Valley Association of Churches
Allegheny Valley Association of Churches provides a variety of social services such as a food bank, emergency assistance, summer camp scholarship, MLK scholarship, supportive services, energy assistance and Hospitality Homes.

1913 Freeport Road

Natrona Heights, PA 15065
(724) 226-0606

Alma Illery Medical Center
7227 Hamilton Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Phone: (412) 244-4700

Bethlehem Haven
Bethlehem Haven does more than provide shelter for its clients. The organization acts as a gateway to community, healthcare and services necessary to meet the end goal of permanent housing.Each year, the organization helps thousands of homeless women through services ranging from street outreach and housing to health care and employment support. Bethlehem Haven ensures every woman it serves regains the self-respect and confidence needed to be on her own again.
1410 Fifth Avenue,

Pittsburgh, PA 
Phone (412) 391-1348

CARR=Community Assistance and Refugee resettlement
412-781-1175 ext. 2248

Community Human Services Corporation
Community Human Services Corporation seeks to enhance people's lives and strengthen communities by providing opportunities to develop individual potential and by delivering comprehensive services that maximize the health and well-being of those it serves in South Oakland and the greater Pittsburgh area.
372 Lawn Street

Pittsburgh, PA
Phone (412) 621-4708

Department of Human Services-Children's Team
www.alleghenycounty.usDHS OBH Bureau of Children's Team offers trainings to anyone interested in acquiring additional information on services like the Student Assistance Program, Individualized Educations Plans for students with special needs or on special education legislation and regulations for DHS and provider agencies serving children in Allegheny County.
One Smithfield Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15222

(412) 350-6611

Department of Human Services-Office of Children, Youth and Families
CYF provides a wide range of preventive, protection and supportive services to work with children and families, with emphasis on family preservation. These direct services are done through caseworkers, caseaides, and a network of contracted agencies
One Smithfield Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412) 473-2000

Dress for Success
The mission of Dress for Success Pittsburgh is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by helping them gain and retain meaningful employment.
332 5th Ave # 510

Pittsburgh, PA
Phone(412) 201-4204

Family Resources
Family Resources provides the following services: Child Abuse Prevention, Community Services for Families, Treatment Services, Advocacy and Parent Education and Training.

141 South Highland Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Phone(412) 363-1702

Family Services of Western PA
Family Services provides programs for people with emotional problems, mental health, intellectual disabilities, or drug or alcohol problems, including outpatient services; adult daily living education; crisis intervention; individual and family counseling; drug and alcohol counseling; and marital counseling. We also provide prevention services for those at risk of emotional, social, or substance abuse problems through several area school systems and at our community locations.
6401 Penn Ave # 2

Pittsburgh, PA
(412) 661-1681

Family Support Centers
Family Support Centers serves primarily families with children ages birth to five years and provides a core of services. They are community-based and are governed by participants.

One Smithfield Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Phone(412) 350-5701

619 Penn Ave. 
Wilkinsburg, PA 15221 

420 Braddock Ave.
Braddock PA 15104 
Phone 210.532.1722

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
We reuse and recycle your donations to help us improve job and educational skills, careers and lives. Our well known stores, which are vitally important, are just part of the big picture. Goodwill is a widely recognized leader and community partner in helping people gain the many benefits of work to improve their quality of life. With the financial support of our stores and other funding sources, we provide expert services to help people overcome physical, mental, educational, social and economic barriers that stand between them and having a meaningful job.
2600 East Carson Street

Pittsburgh, PA 
(412) 481-9005

Grace Period
Grace Period wants to offer you a reasonable solution for all of your cash needs. We are a non-profit organization started with donated funds and partnered with local Pittsburgh, PA churches. Grace Period can help you gain access to funds you need and have resources in place for your next time, and isn't there always a next time!?
632 East Ohio Street

Pittsburgh, PA

Phone(412) 489-4529

Help in Hard times
Alicia Quebral
Program Assistant
Immigrant Services And Connections (ISAC)
Jewish Family & Children's Service
5743 Bartlett Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
(412) 422-7200 
Direct: (412) 904-5972

Housing Authority of the County of Beaver

9 Burns Avenue

Beaver Falls, PA 


Ihn Second Circle Family Shelter
7 Oregon Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 
412-921- 2916

Outreach Woman's Shelter
221 Linden Avenue
Monessen, PA

Avis Arbor Women's Shelter
84 Wheeling St
Washington, PA 

Artemus Jane
190 3rd Street

Beaver, PA 15009

(724) 775-0759

Washington County Homeless
Washington, PA 15301

Washington City Mission
Washington, PA 15301

The Lighthouse Foundation
Butler, PA 15602

Department of  Human Services  
(24 hours/day 7 days a week) 
Director's Action Line  1.800.862.6783
General Information    412.350.5701
Child abuse Hotline
1.800. 932.0313

Senior Protective Services

Behavior Health Crisis line

Office of intellectual Disability

Community services

Senior Line

Link to Aging and disability Resources

​Human Services Administration Organization
HSAO provides individualized, specialized, and enhanced service coordination to both children and adults with behavioral health needs.
2801 Custer Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15227

Phone(412) 884-4500

ISAC =Immigrant services and connections  
412-742-4200 e-mail:  

Jeremiah's place
We provide a safe haven for children when families are in crisis. Call us at 412-924-0726. 
We are located at 6435 Frankstown  Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Jewish Family & Children's Service of Pittsburgh
The professional staff at JF&CS is dedicated to helping you successfully cope with lifecycle transitions and crises. We help thousands of people every year, offering services within an environment of caring and respect for human dignity, privacy and diversity.
5743 Bartlett Street

Pittsburgh, PA
Phone(412) 422-7200

Kingsley Association
The Kingsley Association works diligently to provide comprehensive, culturally relevant, educational, recreational, and social programming that positively impacts the lives of youth, their families, and the East End communities of East Liberty, Garfield, Point Breeze, Homewood, Lincoln, Larimer, Lemington, Belmar, East Hills, Wilkinsburg, and beyond.
6435 Frankstown Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Phone(412) 661-8751

Mental Health America
MHA provides programs and services that support the health of mind and body and work to eliminate the stigma of mental illness and addiction for all.
1945 5th Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone(412) 661-7860

NAMI Southwestern Pennsylvania
We believe all adults, children and adolescents affected by mental illness, as well as their connected family members and involved health care professionals, need a collective voice that promotes improvements in quality of care and cultivates the development of, and access to, resources encouraging recovery efforts. Staff, board members and volunteers are dedicated to meeting these goals by:

105 Braunlich Drive

Pittsburgh, PA
Phone(412) 366-3788

New Light  Temple Church 
You will need a birth certificate or access card to get free diapers

2546 Center Ave. 
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
CALL 412.251.0026

North Hills Community Outreach
NHCO serves individuals and families all of northern Allegheny County. Their services include: two food pantries, utility assistance, emergency financial help, college scholarships for nontraditional adults, support groups and more.
1975 Ferguson Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15101
Phone(412) 487-6316

Pennsylvania Families Incorporated
PA Families Is a statewide network that shares the common concerns about children and their special needs, bring groups together and uses the power of all families to bring about change in the community, county and state.
431 Dever Hollow Road 
Templeton, PA 16259
Phone 1-800-947-4941

Pittsburgh Action Against Rape
PAAR's mission is to respond to survivors of sexual violence with crisis intervention and counseling, educate the community to prevent sexual violence, and advocate for systems to respond to and prevent sexual violence. PAAR's hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 1(866) END-RAPE.

81 South 19th Street

Pittsburgh, PA 
(412) 431-5665

Salvation Army
8020 Frankstown Ave

Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Phone: (412) 242-1434​

Sharp Vision customizes supports for people with challenging disabilities. We start with a person's vision of the life he or she would like to build. We take the person's vision and help him or her draft a personalized plan for success. Our team of dedicated experts uses the plan and works with the person to construct tailored supports that make the initial vision a reality. Throughout the process, the supported person is in charge, and we measure our success by the person's feedback.

1425 Forbes Avenue


Phone (412) 456-2144

Turtle Creek Valley Mental Health/Mental Retardation, Inc.
Turtle Creek Valley MH/MR provides a continuum of services, care and support that empowers individuals, families and communities with behavioral, mental health, substance abuse and/or developmental issues to sustain their recovery and achieve the important possibilities in their lives.

723 Braddock Avenue Suite 2

Pittsburgh, PA 15104

(412) 351-0222

Urban League-Greater Pittsburgh
Esther L. Bush is President and CEO of one of the most accomplished affiliates in the country, with the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh earning 5 out of 5 in the most recent review by the National Urban League. The Pittsburgh affiliate offers education, employment and housing programs to more than 28,000 individuals each year as well as programs tailored to specific needs such as helping formerly incarcerated parents find jobs, encouraging African American adolescent men to set high standards and challenging goals for themselves, preparing prospective buyers for homeownership, getting families with pre-schoolers ready for school success, and more.

610 Wood St

Pittsburgh, PA

Phone (412) 227-4802