Behavioral Health & Mental Wellness
- Resolve Crisis Services & Child and Adolescent Crisis Team Intervention Services (CACTIS) provides crisis intervention and support at home, school, and community to children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral issues.
- Auberle’s SNAP program is a cognitive-behavioral model that helps children and their parents learn how to manage their emotions and ‘keep problems small’.
- Resource Guide for Child and adolescent Mental Health Services is a resource that lists different services available in the greater Pittsburgh area and Allegheny county for children and adolescents.
- African American Mental Health Resource Guide lists support groups, services and therapists available to support the overall wellness for anyone in the black community.
- Partners for Quality - Allegheny Children’s Initiative, Inc.: Intensive Behavioral Health Services for Children and Adolescents.
- Amachi Pittsburgh provides mentoring for children with incarcerated family members.
- Turtle Creek Valley Mental Health
- Mercy Behavioral Health
Learning & Development
- Kidsburgh has some great tools for local kid-friendly activities and news.
- Stay-at-Home Resources include free online activities.
- Busy Toddler Summer Camp provides free themed weekly activities that require minimal supplies.
- Kitchen Oceanography has a variety of activities/experiments that help with oceanography and science concepts.
- National Park Service Online Activity Guides
- Drawing Prompts from the National Gallery of Art
- Pressley Ridge School for Autism is a school for Autism is a Licensed Private Academic School that provides intensive social, behavioral and academic interventions to children ages 6-21 who have autism in Allegheny and surrounding counties.
- The Watson Institute children with special needs and their families receive support through exceptional individualized special education school programming, resources, transition services, and mental and behavioral health services.
- Wesley Family Services provides quality behavioral healthcare and therapeutic support services that support the needs of children, adults, and families throughout their lifespan.
Health & Safety
- The Counseling and Wellness Center of Pittsburgh provides research-Based Therapy, Marriage Counseling, and Family Therapy in Person and Online Counseling in Pennsylvania.
- The Squirrel Hill Health Center is a comprehensive primary healthcare center established in 2006.
- Mission of Mercy: The signature program of A Call To Care, Inc., this two-day dental clinic utilizes a dedicated team of both clinical and non-clinical volunteers to provide free dental care to those who need and deserve it most.
- Free Clinic of Braddock provides basic healthcare to uninsured residents of Braddock and surrounding communities.
- Ronald McDonald House Mobile Care Medical Clinic provides free medical care, physicals, and vaccines to people under the age of 26.
- CDC Guidance for parents.
- For more information on obtaining childcare scholarship support, click here
- Covid rent relief support available for Allegheny County residents here
- Supports for Success is an intensive program that assists motivated individuals with education and employment goals. Submit this form to see if you qualify.
- Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
- 412 Food Rescue directly transfers food to nonprofit partners that serve those who are food insecure.
- Rainbow Kitchen Community Services strives to improve the quality of life for low-income families & individuals through programs that address hunger and child nutrition.
- Just Harvest addresses hunger in Allegheny County at its root – economic injustice – through a focus on public policy, food access, and community power.
- Supplemental Nutrition & Assistance (SNAP) helps Pennsylvanians buy food. People in eligible low-income households can obtain more nutritious diets with SNAP increasing their food purchasing power at grocery stores and supermarkets.
- Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Food Program program offers a variety of health and nutrition services for medically or nutritionally at-risk mothers and children including:
- Keep your child safe online! Find tools, tips, information, and resources to help kids make safe and responsible decisions as they access, explore, and socialize on the internet.
- Carnegie Library Digital Skills Help Desk provides training on basic computer skills, available via phone or text at (412) 775-3900.
- University of Pittsburgh Computer Help Desk: (412) 383-0805
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