Hello all! Welcome to the Parent Resource Page where we have a made a series of short lists of resources that families can utilize. We would also like to hear feedback about the page, the resources, and if you would like to see anything added to this page (the link is provided below). Thank you for visiting!
Healthy Start, Inc.: www.healthystartpittsburgh.org/
•Phone: (412) 247-4009
•Helpline: (412) 247-1000
•About: Founded in 1991, Healthy Start’s mission is to reduce the infant mortality rate and the number of low birth weight babies in Southwestern Pennsylvania and the country through a various types of programs.
Childcare Information Services: www.ywcapgh.org/Child_Care_Information_Services.asp
•Phone: (412) 261-CARE (2273)
•About: Child Care Information Services (CCIS) is a state and federally funded program provided through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Public Welfare. Every family who calls for child care referrals or subsidy guidelines is given information about this program.
The Pittsburgh Project: www.pittsburghproject.org/
•Phone: (412) 321-1678
•About: Affordable quality afterschool and daycamp programs for young people in grades K-12.
•Location: 2801 North Charles Street
•Phone: (412) 434-0851
•About: An after school program for young kids to help them succeed.
•Location: 711 West Commons
Schenley Heights Community Development Program: www.shcdp.org/
•Phone: (412) 621-3341
•About: A place in the hill district that allows kids to go and basically stay out of trouble.
•Location: 3171 Ewart Drive
Mount Ararat Community Activity Center: www.macac-inc.org/
•Phone: (412) 441-1852
•About: This program is meant to help family qualities by reaching out to them.
•Location: 271 Paulson Avenue
Ozanam Inc.: www.ozanamprogram.org/
•Phone: Boys Call (412) 389-4305, Girls Call (412) 389-4566
•About: Want to enrich and enhance young adult’s lives through physical sports.
•Location: Ozanam Basketball Program
•Phone: (412) 621-9612
•About: A faith based organization that impacted many families since they opened in the summer of 2000.
•Location: 2701 Centre Ave.
FAME: Fund for the Advancement of Minorities Through Education: www.famefund.org/
•Phone: (412) 363-5553
•About: A fund the was put together so that kids can get the education that they need.
•Location: 6031 Broad Street
•About: Gives young kids the opportunity to reach their highest potential
•Location: 332 Fifth Avenue, 1st Floor
Most of these clinics will serve everyone regardless of whether they have insurance or not. They have discounts based on income and they have payment plans set in place. Many of the places have at least a review of 3 out of 4 stars for quality of care and services rendered.