Bridge to Summer News

We recognize families have a variety of needs as they navigate life during a global pandemic. Listed below are resources that address needs such as technology, school options, parenting resources and more.

Pittsburgh Learning Collaborative Family Hotline
Offering support and answering questions for families during COVID-19
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Calls can be received 24/7. A representative may answer, but if not- please leave a voicemail. You will receive a call-back within 48 hours on weekdays.
Find Child Care or Out-of-School Learning Opportunities
To view availability at licensed child care and out-of-school time programs in Allegheny County, please visit Allegheny Child Care For questions regarding child care in Allegheny County, visit the ELRC Region 5 website, call 412.350.3577 or 1.888.340.3572, or email elrc5@allegheny
PA 2-1-1: Health and Human Services Needs
PA 2 1 1 Southwest is operated by United Way of Southwestern PA. Together with local county government and provider agencies we work to ensure important local program information is accessible through our helpline when it is most needed.
Every day, highly trained 2 1 1 call specialists provide referrals to:
Basic Human Needs Resources: food banks, shelters, rent and utility payment assistance
Physical and Mental Health Resources: crisis intervention services, support groups, counseling
Employment Support: financial assistance, job training, education programs
Support for Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities: home-delivered meals, transportation, health care
Youth and Child Care Programs: after school programs, summer camps, mentoring, protection services
Regional Disaster Preparation Help is available 24/7 by calling 2 1 1 (or 1-888-553-5778). TTY and language services are available in more than 170 languages and dialects.

For more information or assistance, please dial 2 1 1. Calls are free and confidential

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