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Social Service Organizations

Pittsburgh Region - Directories

  • Allegheny County Department of Human Services
    Department of Human Services services include: Programs serving the elderly, mental health services; drug and alcohol services; child protective services; at-risk child development and education; hunger services; emergency shelters and housing for the homeless; energy assistance; non-emergency medical transportation; job training and placement for youth and adults; and services for individuals with mental retardation and developmental disabilities.
  • PA 2-1-1 Southwest
    Pennsylvania 2-1-1 Southwest, the free human service hotline operated by United Way, is professionally staffed 24/7 in Allegheny, Armstrong, Butler, Fayette and Westmoreland counties. Call 211 (or 888-553-5778) for help with human services and community resources.
  • The Southwestern Pennsylvania Re-entry Coalition (SPARC)
    The Southwestern Pennsylvania Re-entry Coalition (SPARC) is an effort to foster collaboration among agencies in Southwestern Pennsylvania to coordinate resources for individuals whose criminal record creates barriers to self-sufficiency. It includes a directory providing contact information for over 75 human service providers within Southwestern Pennsylvania.
  • Birmingham Foundation Directory: A Resource Guide to South Pittsburgh
    A directory to social services for Allentown, Arlington, Arlington Heights, Beltzhoover, Bon Air, Carrick, Duquesne Heights, Knoxville, Mt. Washington, Mt. Oliver Boro, South Side Flats, South Side Slopes, and St. Clair Village. February 2009.

Pittsburgh Region - Organizations

  • A Second Chance, Inc. (ASCI)
    A Second Chance, Inc. is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide a safe, secure, and nurturing environment to children who are being cared for by their relatives or a close family friend - formally called "kinship care". A Second Chance, Inc. is a subcontracting agency of Allegheny County Children and Youth Services (now called Allegheny County Children, Youth and Families (CYF).
  • Achieva
    The Achieva Family consists of The Arc of Greater Pittsburgh, The Arc of Beaver, COMPRO, Community Endeavors, The Family Trust, Pennsylvania Guardianship Services, RAMS. Provides comprehensive services to people with cognitive disabilities.
  • Action Housing
    ACTION-Housing, since 1957, has used its financial and human resources to empower the most vulnerable families and individuals in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County to build more secure and self-sufficient lives through the provision of decent affordable housing and essential supportive services.
  • Action United
    a nonprofit advocate for low-income residents offering help with foreclosures, benefits counseling, and tax preparations.
  • Allegheny Valley Association of Churches
    a 32 church member association that serves the community through a food bank, a hospitality network and other services.
  • Allegheny Valley School
    Providea quality care and services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • American Red Cross, Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter
    Provides disaster assistance.
  • Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry
    Formerly North Hills Youth Ministry Counseling Center. Serves families, children, couples and individuals in need of professional counseling, education, prevention and advocacy services.
  • Animal Rescue League of Western Pennsylvania
    provides shelter, veterinary care and placement for unwanted animals.
  • Arsenal Family & Children's Center
    provides a variety of programs and information on child development and parenting issues.
  • Auberle
    Serves children, youth and families-in-need in the Catholic tradition of strengthening the family.
  • Baptist Homes of Western Pennsylvania
    Offers skilled and intermediate nursing care for health care, residential, and supportive services to almost 300 adults of all faiths who require assistance because of age, illness or disability.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh, Inc.
    Founded in 1965, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh is the premier one-to-one mentoring organization in Allegheny, Washington and Greene Counties. The agency matches children ages 6-13 from single-parent families or at-risk environments with caring adult volunteers.
  • The Bradley Center
    an accredited residential treatment facility and school, serving the needs of mentally-disabled and developmentally-delayed children and their families
  • Brashear Association
    The Brashear Association operates two community centers: the Brashear Center on the South Side and the Henry Kaufmann Neighborhood House in Arlington. They also offer a full spectrum of programs and services to the South Side that span from infancy to the elderly, from community service to community action.
  • Bridge to Independence, Inc.
    provides supportive services to women, children and intact families who are homeless and/or financially deprived to empower them to become self-sufficient.
  • Capuchin Franciscan Friars
    spread the word of God and serve the poor. Each year 210 Friars minister to the spiritual and physical needs of over one million people regardless of race or religion.
  • CASA- Court Appointed Special Advocate
    Ensures the needs of abused and neglected children are met and that their voices are heard in Court.
  • Catholic Charities, Diocese of Pittsburgh
    Focuses primarily on the family with a wide range of programs; serving families of all types and their members, from day-old infants to the frail elderly.
  • Center for Victims of Violence and Crime
    The Pittsburgh Mediation Center merged with The Center for Victims of Violence and Crime (CVVC), which provides victim advocacy and support services, crisis intervention and counseling.
  • A Child's Place at Mercy
    A national leader in addressing child abuse issues.
  • The Children's Home of Pittsburgh & Lemeiux Family Center
    The Children's Home & Lemieux Family Center, founded in 1893, provides services for infants, children and their families. Programs include Child's Way, a day care for medically fragile children; a 28-bed licensed acute care Pediatric Specialty Hospital focusing on parent education in a home-like environment; and domestic infant Adoption services and support for birth parents, adoptive parents, and adopted children.
  • The Children's Institute
    The region's leading comprehensive rehabilition facility dedicated to serving the special needs of children and young adults.
  • Christian Sports International
    has a Pittsburgh branch which is leading the way in youth outreach and presenting the Gospel of hope and peace through sports.
  • Circle C Youth and Family Services
    A private, non-profit agency serving troubled children; currently operating four group home programs and a foster care (Designated Family) program for children and adolescents, providing a family-focused environment of treatment and therapy.
  • Citizen Care
    Providing supports and services to people with developmental disabilities since 1975. Also serving children and families through Allegheny Children's Initiative.
  • City of Asylum/Pittsburgh
    City of Asylum/Pittsburgh provides sanctuary to writers exiled under threat of death, imprisonment, or persecution in their native countries.
  • Communities in Schools in Pennsylvania
    The nation's largest nonprofit network dedicated to encouraging students to stay in school. CIS helps young people achieve school sucess by providing them and their families access to personal, accountable, and coordinated services at an educational site.
  • Community Human Services
    Provides a wide range of services (homeless assistance, mental health services, family services) not only in the South Oakland community, but throughout the greater Pittsburgh area.
  • Concordia Lutheran Ministries
    A senior care provider in Western Pennsylvania that offers adult day services, assisted living, home care, hospice services, medical services, rehabilitation services, retirement living, skilled nursing, and tele-caregivers.
  • CONTACT Pittsburgh: (412) 820-HELP
    24 Hour Crisis and Suicide Hotline.
  • DePaul School for Hearing and Speech
    The mission of DePaul School for Hearing and Speech is to teach each child who is deaf or hard of hearing to listen, speak, and learn.
  • Dollar Energy Fund, Inc
    Provides utility assistance and other services that lead to self-sufficiency.
  • Domestic Abuse Counseling Center
    Provides information, skills and support to men who are trying to change their abusive attitudes and behaviors.
  • East End Cooperative Ministry (EECM)
    an interfaith coalition of 46 congregations, parishes, and institutions united to minister to the human needs in the East End of Pittsburgh. The people served are the frail, homebound elderly, the hungry, the homeless, and children and youth in underprivileged neighborhoods.
  • Easter Seals Western Pennsylvania
    Easter Seals Western Pennsylvania is a non-profit agency providing therapeutic, educational and vocational rehabilitative services to people with disabilities in a community-based setting.
  • The Education Partnership
    Formerly the Storehouse for Teachers, The Education Partnership ensures that economically disadvantaged students in Southwestern Pennsylvania have basic classroom supplies to equip them for learning, offering a resource center where teachers shop for classroom and school supplies for their students at no cost. Read more at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
  • Elder-Ado Inc.
    Elder-Ado is a private non-profit social service agency serving consumers sixty years of age or older in the South Pittsburgh Area neighborhoods of Beltzhoover, Bon-Air, Carrick, Knoxville, and Mt. Oliver.
  • Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh
    The Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh provides permanent homes, respite care and advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities and autism.
  • Family Guidance, Inc
    Committed to sharing the message of Jesus to children 7 -15 and their distressed families in Allegheny County and the contiguous counties by helping them develop socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
  • Family Resources
    Our mission is to prevent and treat child abuse by strengthening families and neighborhoods.
  • Family Services of Western Pennsylvania
    Family Services of Western Pennsylvania provides a wide variety of programs, services and activities for children, adults and families living in the Western Pennsylvania region.
  • Fathers Raising Children Project
    Formerly the Father Resource Center
    Helping men make a difference in their children's lives by providing men with the inner resources to be the kind of father their children need.
  • Gateway Rehabilitation Center
    provides comprehensive care for chemically dependent adults and youth and their families throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania.
  • Genesis of Pittsburgh, Inc.
    A maternity care, adoption and social service agency.
  • Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
    Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania is a human service agency whose mission is to help people with special needs to overcome barriers to employment
  • Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
    Collects, stores and distributes food and household products to hundreds of charitable agencies in Southwestern Pennsylvania including soup kitchens, food pantries, women's shelters, homeless shelters, and other agencies serving those in need.
  • Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council
    Provides individual instruction to youth and adults in basic reading, writing and math skills, as well as GED preparation.
  • HAP Enterprises, Inc.
    HAP is a private non-profit organization that provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities; early childhood education to young children of all abilities; and programs designed to meet the needs of senior citizens and their families.
    HEARTH offers transitional housing, empowerment, and support for homeless and displaced women with children.
  • Heritage Community Initiatives
    Heritage Community Initiatives works to help the people of Western PAs economically challenged Mon and Turtle Creek Valleys.
  • Hill House
    A multi-purpose social service agency for residents of the Hill District Community.
  • Holy Family Institute
    Provides care and professional treatment services to children and families in crisis.
  • Homeless Children's Education Fund
    The Homeless Children's Education Fund (HCEF) supplements federal funding for the educational needs of local homeless children.
  • Hosanna House
    Provides health and human services for the Wilkinsburg community.
  • Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers of Southwestern Pennsylvania
    Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers recruits, trains, mobilizes and supports volunteers to assist the vulnerable and frail elderly in their neighborhoods.
  • Jewish Family and Children's Service
    JF&CS of Pittsburgh has remained constant: to strengthen and preserve family life and to help children, adults and families to develop and maintain their maximum potential.
  • Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh
    central fundraising and planning agency for the Jewish community of Pittsburgh with a focus on seniors.
  • Junior League of Pittsburgh
    Promotes voluntarism among women.
  • KidsVoice
    KidsVoice provides full-service advocacy for abused, abandoned, voiceless and vulnerable children.
  • The Kingsley Association
    The Kingsley Association provides comprehensive, culturally relevant, educational, recreational, and social programming in the East End communities of East Liberty, Garfield, Point Breeze, Homewood, Lincoln, Larimer, Lemington, Belmar, East Hills, Wilkinsburg, and beyond.
  • Lemington Community Services
    Lemington Community Services is located in Pittsburgh’s East End at Cornerstone Baptist Church and provides adults 60 years and older with a variety of services, programs, and activities that support independent living.
  • LifeSpan
    Assists adults over the age of 60 and their families.
  • Light of Life Rescue Mission, Inc.
    Nonprofit Christian agency dedicated to serving homeless and needy people of Southwestern Pennsylvania by providing food, shelter and hope.
  • Lutheran Services Society of Western Pennsylvania
    The Lutheran Service Society of Western Pennsylvania provides social services that enhance the quality of life and promote the dignity and independence of persons in need. LSS maintains senior activities and programs; adoption services; food and nutritional service programs; Meals-On-Wheels programs; housing for low-income seniors; and food distribution to low income families.
  • MGR (Marilyn G. Rabb) Foundation
    The MGR Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose main purpose is to serve and educate communities in need.
  • Medical Rescue Team South Authority (MRTSA)
    MRTSA is a non profit Municipal Authority providing emergency medical services to more than 75,000 residents in the South Hills of Pittsburgh.
  • Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania
    To promote and support quality mentoring and economic self-sufficiency opportunities on an unprecedented scale for youth.
  • Mercy Behavioral Health (MBH)
    Mercy Behavioral Health (MBH), part of the Pittsburgh Mercy Health System, provides a full continuum of recovery-oriented, community-based, mental health, mental retardation, and drug/alcohol programs. From nearly 60 locations in SW PA, MBH strives to help people of all ages thrive within their communities.
  • Milestone Centers, Inc.
    Milestone is a community behavioral health and intellectual & developmental disabilities nonprofit with several locations in western Pennsylvania.
  • Mon Valley Providers Council
    An alliance of 70 human service and related organizations which are based in or have a substantial service presence in the Mon Valley.
  • National Council of Jewish Women
    An organization, inspired by Jewish values, that works through a program of research, education, advocacy and community service to improve the quality of life for women, children and families, and strives to ensure individual rights and freedoms for all.
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Allegheny District Chapter
    An organization dedicated to advancing the cure, prevention and treatment of multiple sclerosis and to improving the lives of those affected by the disease through counseling and other means.
  • Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Provides free civil legal assistance to low income people in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Lawrence counties.
  • North Hills Community Outreach
    An interfaith, non-profit organization which addresses the spiritual, emotional, physical and material needs of people in crisis within the local community.
  • North Side Christian Health Center
    dedicated to providing quality whole-person health care services to the underserved community of the North Side.
  • Operation Safety Net
    a medical outreach service delivered by clinical volunteers to the street homeless population in the Greater Pittsburgh area.
  • Passavant Memorial Homes
    residential, treatment and training services for adults who are developmentally disabled or have mental health diagnoses.
  • Peer Support & Advocacy Network (PSAN)
    Provides prompt and accurate responses to requests for information from Allegheny County consumers and family members; to provide assistance and referral as appropriate; and to promote system improvement through education, individual assistance, and systematic feedback to consumers, family members, and providers.
  • Peoples Oakland
    Putting people first in recovery from serious mental illness and psychiatric disability by offering a program of individual and group counseling along with opportunities and learning activities that promote skills training, self-management of resources, and social competency.
  • Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR)
    Pittsburgh Action Against Rape strives to empower people to create a world safe from sexual violence and oppression by responding to survivors of sexual violence wth crisis intervention, counseling, etc, educate the community to prevent sexual violence, and advocate for systems to respond to and prevent sexual violence.
  • Pittsburgh Cares
    Volunteer opportunities in the Pittsburgh Area.
  • Pittsburgh Habitat for Humanity
    Pittsburgh Habitat for Humanity is one of the nearly 2,000 affiliates of Habitat for Humanity International, a non-profit Christian housing ministry that seeks to eradicate poverty housing from this world.
  • Pittsburgh Mercy Health System
    Provides a variety of health services for the disadvantaged, including Operation Safety Net.
  • The Pittsburgh Project
    A neighborhood-based, Christian community development ministry that seeks to restore the city by developing the local community, rejuvenating its residents, developing leaders for its future, serving the poor, and building the kingdom of God." It offers outreach, education, and leadership development among urban young people and their families: free home repairs for in-need city residents: summer short-term mission projects for high school students.
  • Pittsburgh Refugee Center
    The Pittsburgh Refugee Center (PRC) is a community-based nonprofit whose mission is to empower refugees to become self-sufficient and integrated into their new communities.
  • Pittsburgh United
    Pittsburgh UNITED is an advocacy group for social and economic justice for working families and low and moderate-income communities so that they share in the prosperity that is generated by economic growth and development.
  • Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania
    believes in the natural right of each individual to manage his or her fertility regardless of the individual's income, marital status, age, national origin or residence.
  • POWER: Pennsylvania Organization for Women in Early Recovery

  • Formerly Zoar New Day, POWER provides gender-specialized quality treatment & support services to women who are changing their lives through recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
  • Pressley Ridge
    For more than 170 years, Pressley Ridge has been helping troubled children find joy in life, become healthy and productive and find a place in society where they can be a success. They help more than 4,000 children and families annually through the therapeutic, caring relationships that they develop with foster parents and our professional staff. They offer education, treatment foster care, residential treatment and community based services in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
  • PULSE, the Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience
    designed to connect human resources to urban need by matching talented college graduates with challenging urban internships.
  • Rainbow Kitchen Community Services
    provides support for low-income families through programs that address hunger, childcare and job training and placement.
  • Renewal, Inc.
    A private, non-profit organization that is dedicated to the renewal of individuals in the criminal justice system and to their return to society as responsible citizens. Renewal offers a work release facility, intensive inpatient drug and alcohol rehab facility and outpatient drug and alcohol and MH/MR counseling.
  • Residential Care Services, Inc.
    A service unit of the National Benevolent Association of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) whose mission is to to enhance the quality of life for persons with special needs by providing individualized community services so they can live with dignity and a sense of well being.
  • RESOLVE of Pittsburgh, Inc.
    Provides support services for individuals dealing with issues of infertility.
  • St. Joseph's House of Hospitality for Older Homeless Men
    provides housing for needy senior citizens who have been homeless or who are at-risk of being homeless.
  • Salvation Army, Western Pennsylvania Division
    Offers Social Services including Housing Assistance, Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs, Youth Programming, Spiritual Programming, Senior Citizens Programming, and Emergency Disaster Services
  • Sarah Heinz House
    A Boys & Girls Club located on the North Side of Pittsburgh
  • A Second Chance, Inc.
    A non-profit corporation established in 1994. Its mission is to provide a safe, secure, and nurturing environment to children who are being cared for by their relatives or a close family friend - formally called "kinship care".
  • Southwestern Human Services
    Southwestern Human Services is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization providing quality mental health services for adults, children, adolescents and families in the southwestern Pennsylvania area. Through their full range of outpatient-based psychiatric and psychological services, they provide confidential mental health services for clients in the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas.
  • Southwestern Pennsylvania AIDS Planning Coalition
    a regional network of organizations and individuals which assesses, defines, plans for and stimulates development of comprehensive systems of prevention, education, and care which respond to the HIV epidemic.
  • Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. (SPHS)
    Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. and its affiliate corporations, with over 50 service locations throughout southwestern Pennsylvania, conduct strategic planning, develop programs and provide human services throughout the four county, southwestern Pennsylvania region. They employ more than 460 clinical professionals/support personnel and serve 45,000 people annually, including 12,000 Mon Valley residents.
  • Special Olympics Pennsylvania - Westmoreland County
    "a non-profit program of sports training and competition for individuals with mental retardation. Operating year-round, this all-volunteer organization provides athletes from age 8 and up with a lifetime of learning through involvement in sports."
  • Storehouse for Teachers is now The Education Partnership
  • Three Rivers Center for Independent Living (TRCIL)
    A non-profit whose mission is to empower people with disabilities to live self-directed, personally meaningful lives by advocating for effective community change and providing direct, consumer-controlled services. TRCIL is headquartered in Pittsburgh and provides services throughout Western Pennsylvania.
  • Three Rivers Youth
    To help children damaged by severe poverty, neglect, violence and abuse... to mend their lives...finish school ...attain jobs... and regain a future of hope.
  • Tickets for Kids Foundation
    provides access to quality entertainment for children and families in the Greater Pittsburgh area who would not otherwise have the opportunity to attend.
  • Travelers Aid Society of Pittsburgh
    Originally founded to help stranded travelers, the Travelers Aid Society provides needed services to individuals and families with mobility crises or communication needs; stranded travelers and foreign visitors; the homeless; runaway youths; persons in need of counseling or referrals; those with healthcare problems or travelers experiencing other disruptive circumstances.
  • Turtle Creek Valley MH/MR, Inc.
    Turtle Creek Valley Mental Health/Mental Retardation, Inc. is dedicated to providing individualized services to prevent, promote and sustain recovery from the challenges of mental illness, and addictive disorders and improving the quality of life for individuals with special needs.
  • United Cerebral Palsy/Community Living and Support Services (UCP/CLASS)
    UCP/CLASS is a nonprofit organization that offers different services to individuals of varying abilities.
  • United Way of Allegheny County
    Concentrates on increasing measurable improvements in our quality of life through the goals of nurturing children and youth, strengthening families, supporting older people, promoting health and wellness and increasing self-sufficiency.
  • United Way of Lawrence County
    United Way of Lawrence County is a local non-profit organization , which acts as a fundraising vehicle for local health and human service agancies in order to keep overhaed costs down, so that money can be spent providing services to their community.
  • United Way of Westmoreland County
    The United Way of Westmoreland County works with non-profit agencies in our service area to help assure critical needs are met. On their website you will find a listing of various Information & Referral resources throughout their service area, A Westmoreland County Emergency Assistance Directory, and a listing of Resources for the Unemployed.
  • University of Pittsburgh: Office of Child Development
    The University of Pittsburgh's office which works in partnership with faculty and the community to enhance the welfare of children, youth, and families.
  • Urban League of Pittsburgh
    The Urban League's housing counseling services programs provide services to help all people secure and maintain safe, appropriate, affordable housing. Residents of Allegheny County are assisted with problems related to housing including household budgeting and debt management, pending eviction, housing selection, tenant/landlord disputes, credit restoration, and foreclosure prevention.
  • Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania
    Career Advising and Job Placement Assistance for all Veterans.
  • Vintage Senior Services
    Comprehensive services for those over 55, including adult day care and referral services.
  • Volunteer Pilots Association
    Provides air transportation to needy people who must travel to obtain medical treatment. We also transport donor organs and other time critical medically related items.
  • Ward Home for Children
    Ward's mission is to help children, youth, adults and families by providing foster care, supervised independent living and training in independent living skills.
  • Washington City Mission
    a non-profit Christian Shelter serving homeless men, women, children from Washington, Greene, southwestern Fayette, Southwestern Allegheny Counties.
  • Watchful Shepherd
    The Watchful Shepherd Program unites the resources of Children & Youth Service agencies, police departments, health care professionals and community residents in an effort to establish another source of protection for children at risk of abuse. A program of Allegheny General Hospital, Allegheny County Children and Youth Services, and the Pittsburgh Police Department.
  • Wesley Spectrum Services
    Provides services for truant, angry or emotionally distressed children and adolescents.
  • White Oak Lions Club
    a service organization conducting community service projects and promoting the prevention and reversal of blindness.
  • Wilkinsburg Community Ministry
    a social service organization which consists mainly of Wilkinsburg churches that serve low income families in the borough of Wilkinsburg.
  • Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh
    Provides temporary emergency shelter, resident and non-resident counseling, and support services for women victims of intimate partner violence and their children.
  • YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    For more than 150 years, the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh has met the ever-changing social service, educational and recreational needs of the people of western Pennsylvania.
  • The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh offers programs for Teens, for Women Seeking Counseling, in Race Relations & Training, for Women Seeking Shelter, in Health & Wellness, in Workforce Development and for Child Care Resource Developers


  • Alliance Adoption Service
    A nonprofit, nondenominational Pennsylvania-based organization, specializes in assisting in adopting Eastern European babies.
  • Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania
    Formerly Pennsylvania Protection and Advocacy
    A federally mandated agency that provides information and referral, and assistance with abuse, neglect and rights violations to people with disabilities.
  • Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
    a State Agency that provides service to help persons with disabilities prepare for, start, and maintain employment.
  • Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Council
    The Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Council is a statewide citizens group created to advise the Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) about how well its programs and services match the needs of people with disabilities.
  • Volunteers of America, Pennsylvania
    Volunteers of America of Pennsylvania is a faith-based human service nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and empowering the vulnerable and under-served.

Last updated Wednesday March 27 2013.