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HEARTH, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Address: 4540 Perrysville Ave.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15229  
United States
Fax: 412-939-3225
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 100
Number of People Being Served: 80
EIN: 25-1605139
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Mission Statement


To provide a progression of supportive services and housing that empowers families to become independent, self-sufficient, and adequately housed.

Description


HEARTH is a non-profit housing organization serving Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. We are located in Ross Township just off the Perrysville Avenue exit of I-279 North. We have a 2-year transitional housing program for homeless women with children called Benedictine Place. As part of the program, the moms must enroll in some type of post-secondary education program. The goal is, upon completion of their program, they will be able to get a good job and support their families on their own. The women must also meet individually with a case manager every week to set goals and discuss resources to help them reach their goals. They also meet as a group every week for life skills training in topics such as communication skills, parenting, and budgeting.

HEARTH is a non-profit housing organization serving Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. We are located in Ross Township just off the Perrysville Avenue exit of I-279 North. We have a 2-year transitional housing program for homeless women with children called Benedictine Place. As part of the program, the moms must enroll in some type of post-secondary education program. The goal is, upon completion of their program, they will be able to get a good job and support their families on their own. The women must also meet individually with a case manager every week to set goals and discuss resources to help them reach their goals. They also meet as a group every week for life skills training in topics such as communication skills, parenting, and budgeting.

Mission Statement: To provide a progression of supportive services and housing that empowers families to become independent, self-sufficient, and adequately housed.

Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


World Vision


Program Type:


Homeless Program

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No