Hunger and Homelessness
Helping families and individuals through programming and services including workforce development, independent living & transitional-age youth programs, foster- care, in-home intervention, drug and alcohol and mental health programs, education, residential care, and emergency shelter
Serves people in poverty-from those facing temporary challenges to families living in chronic, multi-generational poverty and works to move them toward self-sufficiency
Single room occupancy building in Pittsburgh-providing residents in both the shelter program as well as the bridge program for mental illness with stability, permanent housing, support services, and social interaction. Wood Street Commons café also provides reduced- price hot meals.