One Smithfield Street, 3rd Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Weekdays: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Department of Drug & Alcohol Programs 24/7 Crisis Hotline: 1-800-662-4357
Full PDF Directory of Allegheny County Drug and Alcohol-Related Resources: Here
Largest drug rehab and addiction recovery network in the greater Pittsburgh region. Provides prevention, treatment, education and research of substance abuse and alcoholism.
Toll-free Get Help Now Line: 1-800-472-1177
Main Office Phone: 412-604-8900
A licensed drug and alcohol center providing primary addiction treatment, recovery and support services to children, adolescents and young adults.
Main Phone: 412-361-1083
Emergency/After Hours: 412-766-9020
24-hour hotline you can call to talk to someone immediately: 412-471-7472
The entire list of AA meetings in the area: here
A partnership of PA communities to fight the opioid overdose crisis.
Any resident of PA can legally purchase naloxone at any pharmacy.
List of pharmacies that carry Naloxone (Narcan): here
Call 412-687-ACHD (2243) if your nearest pharmacy doesn’t carry it
Find resources and treatment centers in Allegheny County.
24/7 Get Help Now Hotline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. Properly discard your old, unwanted, or unused prescriptions.
Find the nearest drug take-back location: here
The only county approved syringe exchange program in Southwest PA
Coordinated, shared-ride para-transit service for all of Allegheny County.
An organization that provides services for those who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have other communications needs.
1945 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219-5543
Center for Independent Living and supports people with disabilities to live as independently as they choose.
Help with disability-related problems in employment, education, housing, access to facilities and programs, or have experienced abuse, neglect, or discrimination.
429 Fourth Avenue, Suite 701 Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Hotline for Intake: 800-692-7443
Non-profit, community-based human services agency focused on supporting the needs of individuals with behavioral health challenges, intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Enterprise Building 510 Seco Road Monroeville, PA 15146
Offers a variety of services, resources, interpreters, and legal information to those who are deaf, deaf-blind, or hard of hearing.
Allegheny County Department of Human Services provides support for people with intellectual disabilities living in Allegheny County.
State agency that assists the Social Security Administration in determining whether disabled PA citizens are eligible for benefits.
Phone - 724-836-5100
Community-based services to Adults and Children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries, youth with emotional, behavioral, and medically complex challenges.
Monroeville Location: 2526 Monroeville Blvd, Monroeville, PA 15146
Employment agency located in East Pittsburgh.
21 Yost Blvd. Ste. 156. Pittsburgh, PA 15221.
Employment and development agency located in Monroeville.
Address: 3944 William Penn Hwy, Monroeville, PA 15146
Job Searching, Individual Services, Disability Services, Employer Services, and Unemployment.
Unemployment Compensation (UC), Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC), Federal CARES Act, and more.
Live Chat: here
UC Virtual FAQ: 1-833-755-0882
UC Customer Service Line: 888-313-7284
Videophone Service for ASL Users: 717-704-8474
PA Fraud Hotline: 800-692-7469
Offer resources on education, training opportunities, apprenticeships, career/technical education, and more.
Provides career services to individuals, employers, and training providers. Services include online workshops, job resources, career counseling, job search assistance, and more.
Allegheny East Location: 2040 Ardmore Blvd, Pittsburgh PA 15221
Disability compensation programs which provide for workers (or their dependents) who are injured at work.
PA Toll-free Information Services Helpline: 800-482-2383
Local/outside PA Phone: 717-772-4447
Provides comprehensive services to low-income single parents who are full-time students in high school or post-secondary school. Provide free childcare, tutoring, support groups, counseling, and informal classes in parenting skills.
Swissvale Location: 2538 Woodstock Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15218
Offer education programs, childcare, parenting support groups, home visits, advocacy, social service benefits, physical health and more.
Find the nearest to you: here
Services include prenatal/postpartum services, community education, health literacy, counseling, and resource access.
400 North Lexington Ave, Point Breeze, PA
Office Phone: 412 247-4009
24/7 free emergency childcare.
Note: not a drop off center, you need to schedule an intake before any services can be provided.
6435 Frankstown Ave, East Liberty Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Childcare service for children 6 weeks to 12 years.
610 Beatty Road Monroeville, PA 15146
Comprehensive healthcare, information on human sexuality and responsible family planning.
Confidential text line for questions about sexual health and relationships: 412-424-6827
933 Liberty Avenue Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Early education program that has programs for infants, toddlers, pre-school and school age children.
Find the nearest to you: here
Monroeville Location: 4420 Old Wm. Penn Highway Monroeville, PA 15146
Provides referral services to help parents make informed childcare choices and provides subsidy to eligible parents.
Downtown Location: 305 Wood Street Pittsburgh PA 15222
Homewood Location: 6907 Frankstown Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15208
Services include: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage, Home Heating Assistance, Family Planning Service, Childcare Help, School Meals, and Long-Term Living Services
Piatt Place 301 5th Avenue, Suite 470 Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Services include basics needs assistance, short term financial assistance, housing/homelessness assistance, senior services, and referrals
212 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15222
Have several locations throughout Allegheny County.
Call to determine eligibility.
Phone: 412-261-6010 or their hotline 2-1-1
Additional List of Allegheny County Assistance Programs from Need Help Paying Bills: Here
Workers below a certain income level can get tax money back from the state or have their tax liabilities forgiven if no PA tax was withheld.
To apply, you must file the state income tax form (PA-40) and include PA Schedule SP.
PA Department of Revenue: 1-800-362-2050
Assists low-income individuals who have a tax dispute with the IRS.
10 West Cherry Avenue Washington, PA 15301
If you’re experiencing problems with the Internal Revenue Service, you may be able to get help from the Taxpayer Advocate Service.
1000 Liberty Ave Room 1400 Pittsburgh, PA 15222
In addition to providing emergency groceries and supplies, they also offer information on assistance programs and access to social service agencies.
6140 Station Street East Liberty Pittsburgh PA 15206
They provide produce to families, offer weekend meals to school-age children, and have a mobile farmers market that travels to areas experiencing food deserts.
1 N. Linden St. Duquesne, PA 15110
Phone number: 412-460-3663
A nonprofit organization that reduces hunger through sustainable, long-term approaches. Free help with SNAP Applications, Welfare Advocacy, Eligibility Determination Free Tax Preparation and more.
16 Terminal Way Southside Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Food assistance to church attendees and residents of Monroeville and Plum. Open to anyone in need of food assistance, no requirements needed.
4561 Old William Penn Hwy, Monroeville, PA 15146
Focus includes Anti-Hunger Programs, Case Management, and Support Services – including crisis assistance. Programs include free weekday breakfast, the Rainbow Kitchen Food Pantry, the Kids Cafe, Winter Coat Distribution, Food Stamp Eligibility Screenings and more.
135 East 9th Avenue Homestead, PA 15120
Numerous locations throughout Allegheny Count that help with food insecurity, basic needs, utility assistance, etc.
Closest Location: Braddock Worship & Service Center
300 Holland Avenue, Braddock, PA
US government program providing medical coverage to those experiencing low- income.
US government program providing medical coverage to people 65 or older.
Southwest PA non-profit dedicated to the eradication of disparities in health access and outcomes. They have certified marketplace navigators who can help you apply and navigate public health insurance programs.
For help in Spanish: 412-456-1877 ext. 205
Must be 18 years old and have no health insurance.
Call for their full list of services.
415 6th St, Braddock PA 15104, USA
Those seeking health care in Pennsylvania can turn to low cost or free community clinics. Some clinics may offer free medical services and others will charge a minimal fee.
Committed to whole-person care in which they care for physical and mental health. Accept all patients regardless of identity, income, insurance, and ability to pay.
1789 South Braddock Avenue, Suite 410 Braddock Pittsburgh, PA 15218
Provides information and counseling to individuals with Medicaid, Medicare, and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
2325 E. Carson Street 1st Floor, Suite B Southside Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Their mission is to provide comprehensive healthcare to those in need of services, provide information on human sexuality, and responsible family planning.
933 Liberty Avenue Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Confidential text-line: 412-424-6827
A faith-based, free medical center that provides healthcare to those without insurance and their families.
4561 Old William Penn Hwy Monroeville, PA 15146
Nonprofit that serves the community through a variety of programs focused on providing safe and affordable housing.
611 William Penn Place Suite 800 Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15219-6927
Provides safe and sanitary housing to low-income families in a variety of neighborhoods in Allegheny County. Connects residents to social, medical, educational, and recreational activities.
McKees Rocks, PA 15136
Provides temporary shelter for women experiencing homelessness, emergency shelter, medical respite, permanent supportive housing and more.
Fifth Avenue Commons 905 Watson Street Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Assists individuals and families in a housing crisis obtain and remain in housing, will serve anyone 18+ in Allegheny County.
2525 Liberty Avenue Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
An interfaith ministry dedicated to helping vulnerable adults and at-risk youth.
6140 Station Street East Liberty Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Provides housing opportunities for residents of Pittsburgh.
Departments under HCAP include: Community Affairs, Development and Modernization, Occupancy Program, Resident Self-Sufficiency Department, Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) and more
Department Contact List: here
A shelter and housing program for homeless youth, runaways and youth with mental health concerns.
6117 Broad Street East Liberty Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Emergency rental assistance and cash grants as part of the Housing Assistance Program.
The Warner Center 332 Fifth Avenue, Fourth Floor Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
A Latinx resource and welcome center. Provides legal support and social services for children, youth and families, case management, assist with DACA renewals, youth mentoring, and service coordination. Locations: Ambridge, East Liberty and Beechview.
ICE Detention Emergency Response: 412-736-7167
East Liberty Presbyterian Church 116 South Highland Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15206
5 agency partnership that helps with food access, housing, utilities, school, healthcare, immigration papers, social welfare, employment, service coordination, and information.
Support immigrants and refugees with resettlement, employment services and more.
5743 Bartlett Street, Squirrel Hill Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Non-profit organization that supports the growing Latino community in Allegheny County. Offer education programs, community health, case management, and resource connection.
212 9th Street 5th Floor Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
English as a second language classes, citizenship classes, immigration services and connections, family literacy, intergenerational tutoring help and more
411 Seventh Avenue Suite 525 Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Coalition of 50 organizations who work in advocacy, capacity building, civic engagement, youth engagement, resource connection, immigration services, and education.
6101 Penn Ave, East Liberty Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Career development program for immigrants, refugees, and asylees. Offers individualized career services, support in transferring professional skills, and introductions to employers.
Centre City Tower 650 Smithfield Street, Suite 520, Downtown Pittsburgh PA 15222
Services include: child custody, child support, civil rights, bankruptcy, disabilities, health, disaster, divorce, education, older adults, employment, general legal services, homelessness, immigration, public benefits, taxes, wills, and more.
Read their full "Get Legal Help" directory: here
436 Seventh Avenue, 400 Koppers Building, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Lawyer Referral Service - 412-261-5555
Pennsylvania SeniorLaw Helpline: 1-877-727-7529
Private non-profit organization dedicated to protecting civil liberties and civil rights. Help with immigrants’ rights, LGBTQ rights, voting rights, reproductive freedom, first amendment rights, bail, inability to pay fines and more.
File a complaint online, by mail or by phone 1-877-745-2258
Non-profit, public interest law firm providing civil legal assistance to vulnerable and low-income residents. Help with debt, fraud, disability, domestic violence, custody, divorce, education, elder issues, employment, veterans issues, and housing.
928 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222-3757
Non–profit statewide public interest law firm that provides legal assistance and other services. Operate a toll-free intake system available to all Pennsylvanians, providing legal advice, advocacy, and/or information and referral services
429 Fourth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1505
Toll-free Intake: 800-692-7443
Program of the Women’s Center and Shelter that provides free confidential support to help navigate the legal system, services and advocacy to those who have experienced domestic violence, safety planning, explanation of available options and more.
Legal Advocates: 412-355-7400
Medical Advocates: 412-917-1841
Women’s Shelter 24 hr Hotline: 412-687-8005
Assists in obtaining access to healthcare and helps monitor the quality of care and service given at various health care programs.
650 Smithfield Street Suite 2130 Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Statewide Toll-free Hotline: 800-274-3528
Provides resources, advocacy, education for the LGBTQ community, and offer support groups for parents or members of the LGBTQ community.
An LGBTQ organization that offers counseling, foster care, youth programs, substance use programs, transgender services, and HIV/AIDs recourses.
5301 Butler Street Lawrenceville Pittsburgh, PA 15201
A CenterLink sponsored LGBTQ Community Center that provides LGBTQ individuals, families and supporters with resources.
5840 Ellsworth Ave, Suite #100 Shadyside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15232
HIV prevention and care geared towards LGBTQ youth of color.
304 Wood Street, Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Provides a shelter for LGBTQ+ youth (18-25) experiencing homelessness in Pittsburgh/Allegheny County.
517 E. Ohio Street Northside Pittsburgh PA 15212
National organization that provides advocacy and services for LGBT Elders (50+).
Free 24/7 SAGE Hotline: 877-360-5428
Western PA SAGE Chapter is based out of Persad Center (coordinator: Kathi Boyle)
Transgender centered drop-in space, resource provider, and shelter transitioning program.
Drop-In Space: 2014 Monongahela Ave, Swissvale, PA 15218
Service Request Form: here
National organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people ages 13-24 as well as education, resources, and trainings.
24/7 hotline: 1-866-488-7386
Confidential 24/7 text: text START to 678-678
Services include: behavioral analysis, clinical therapy, school mental health, medication management, inpatient and outpatient services, autism services, and more.
Numerous locations around Western PA
339 Old Haymaker Blvd Suite 208 Monroeville, PA 15146
Monroeville Phone: 412-824-4005
Main Line: 724-850-8118
Provide resources for mental and behavioral health needs for adults and children.
500 Walnut Street 3rd Floor McKeesport, PA 15132
Provides support for Allegheny County residents in need of mental health and or substance abuse services.
One Smithfield Street, Suite 300 Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
For more information or 24 hr emergency service call: 412-350-4457
Medical Assistance Transportation Program - 412-350-5755
Nonprofit organization offering peer support to individuals with mental illness through a variety of programs.
Peer Warmline: 1-866- 661-WARM (9276), open 9:00am – 1:00am
Warm and Friendly Calling Program: 412-894-2364
Certified Peer Specialist: 412-894-2359
Don’t wait for a problem to get out of control, call Re:solve.
Services are available to all Allegheny County residents regardless of age, ability to pay, and/or whether or not you have previously used behavioral health services
Free 24/7 Hotline: 1-888-7-YOU-CAN (1-888-796-8226)
Non-Urgent Matters: 412-684-5004
Walk-in Center: 333 North Braddock Ave Homewood Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Services include: adult drug and alcohol services, behavioral health services, intellectual and developmental disability, child and adolescent programs and more.
723 Braddock Avenue Braddock, PA 15104
24/7 Phone: 412-351-0222
Assists Allegheny County residents 60 years and older to live safe, healthy, and independent lives. Services include Health Insurance Counseling, Protection from Abuse/Neglect, Transportation, In-Home Support, Residential Long-Term Care options, Nursing Homes, Support for Caregivers, Care Management, Service Coordination, and more.
Birmingham Towers 2100 Wharton Street, Second Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Office Phone: 412-350-4234
If you are 60 years of age or older you are welcome to participate in a variety of social and educational experiences at any Senior Community Center in Allegheny County.
Full List of Allegheny County Senior Centers: here
Free monthly newspaper/online newspaper. Also publish Pittsburgh Senior News, Allegheny County Senior Resource Guide, and more!
Senior Resource Guide 2020 Edition: here
Services for individuals struggling with Alzheimer’s as well as their families and caregivers.
2835 E Carson St Suite 201 Southside Pittsburgh PA 15203
Office Phone: 412-261-5040
24/7 Helpline: 800-272-3900
The center provides daily activities, services, and programs for adults 50 years of age and older.
Monroeville Senior Center, 6000 Gateway Campus Blvd Monroeville, PA 15146
Whether you wish to receive services or you are just looking for information that can benefit older adults, the SeniorLine information and assistance call center is a great place to start.
Toll Free: 800-344-4319
Online Contact Form: here
Connects older adults, and their loved ones/caregivers, with resources, programs, and learning opportunities.
Help and Referral Line: 1-866-430-8742
Helps low-income households access utility assistance through the application process for LIHEAP, Crisis, CAP programs, Dollar Energy, and weatherization services.
2005 Sarah Street Southside Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Duquesne Light offers needed assistance to low-income, payment-troubled customers at or below 150% of the Federal poverty level and a demonstrated or expressed inability to pay their electric service bill.
Partners with Duquesne Light to provide year-round energy assistance to local residents who qualify.
Also assist with the Customer Assistance Program (CAP), Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Service (CARES), Dollar Energy Fund, and Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
1789 South Braddock Avenue, Suite 585 Swissvale Pittsburgh, PA 15218
Comcast Amnesty Program offers resources for low-income families to get home internet
If you are not a customer and have questions about applying for Internet Essentials please call 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376).
Federal Communications Commission program that helps lower your monthly phone/internet bill.
Check your eligibility and apply: here.
Phone: 800-234-9473 E
Crisis application and supplemental benefits to help low income families pay their heating bills.
LIHEAP hotline: 1-866-857-7095
The Homeowners Energy Efficiency Loan Program (HEELP) offers loans between $1,000 and $10,000 for specific energy efficiency repairs at a fixed-rate of one percent.
Email: HOP_Energy@phfa.org and specify "HEELP" in the subject line
PA Housing Finance Agency: 800-822-1174.
Provides a free phone and free minutes of talk time to eligible low-income individuals, through the Federal Lifeline program
Comprehensive listing of utility, heating, gas, and electric bill assistance programs in Pennsylvania.
If you are behind on paying your monthly utility bill, or except a future hardship, look into one or more of these programs as soon as possible.
Provides support and guidance to Post 9/11 era veterans within the Greater Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania Area.
Two main campuses and five outpatient clinics offering Veterans integrated healthcare
Office Phone: 800-698-2411
Pittsburgh VA Medical Center - 24/7 primary and specialty health care services
Oakland/Hill Location - University Drive C Pittsburgh, PA 15240
Oakland phone: 866-482-7488
Mental health clinic: 412-360-6600
Provides financial and other forms of assistance to veterans and their dependents
1000 Liberty Avenue Downtown Pittsburgh, PA 15222
National nonprofit organization striving to create communities of listening around Veterans and their stories.
Pittsburgh Chapter: 412-623-9029
Global organization of Veterans and allies whose collective efforts are to build a culture of peace by using our experiences and lifting our voices.
Non-profit organization founded by Veterans. Provides housing assistance programs, supportive services, homeless prevention, veterans court, Social Security help, workforce development, and more.
2934 Smallman Street Strip District Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Empower veterans’ transition from homeless to home, ending the cycle of homelessness, and to assist at-risk veterans. Resource center, food bank, transitional housing, employment services, female veteran program, and more.
945 Washington Boulevard Homewood Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Office Phone: 412-363-0500
Resource Center: 412-320-5566
Community based nonprofit and the largest, most comprehensive provider of services, advocacy, and education for victims of all crime in PA. Services include a domestic violence shelter, counseling/therapy, community response team, jail notification, and more.
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 1-866-644-2882
3433 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Office Phone: 412-482-3240
Provides safe affordable housing for women with children who are survivors of domestic violence, income based rent payments.
Office Phone: 412-366-9801
Direct Services Coordinator: 412-366-9801 x21
Pennsylvania’s Victim Service that works with local victim service providers.
OVA "Contact Us" Form: Here
1101 South Front Street Suite 5200 Harrisburg, PA 17104
Works to eliminate all forms of sexual violence and to advocate for the rights and needs of victims
Toll free hotline: 1-888-772-7227
General inquiries or assistance: 1-800-692-7445 or 717-728-9740
PAAR’s mission is to educate, advocate, and respond to end sexual violence. Therapy/case management, medical/legal advocacy, crisis counseling, education, and training.
24hr confidential helpline: 1-866-363-7273
Office Phone: 412-431-5665
Southside Location: 81 S. 19th St. Pittsburgh, PA 15203-1852
Mon Valley Location: 501 Braddock Avenue Suite 109 Braddock, PA 15104
A program to help offset the costs after experiencing a crime such as medical expenses, counseling, funeral costs, relocation, etc.
File a claim online: www.dave.pa.gov
Phone: 1-800-233-2339 or 717-783-5153.
Provide services and advocacy to those who have experienced domestic violence. Emergency shelter, legal/medical advocacy, support groups, children’s program, and MENS support group.
24 hour hotline: 412-687-8005
Toll-Free Hotline: 877-338-8255
Legal Advocacy: 412-355-7400
Medical Advocacy: 412-917-1841