Community Engagement

The Office of Community Health & Safety community engagement team seeks to build relationships and trust between the office and diverse communities in the City of Pittsburgh while leveraging best practices in community outreach and community engagement. Staff will accomplish their mission by developing programs and other initiatives in partnership with the community to enhance the quality of life, safety, and security of our community. The community engagement team regularly attends harm reduction resource pop-ups across the city, providing crucial information and support to community members and stakeholders.

The Office of Community Health & Safety has collaborated with council members to host health and safety resource fairs to engage with community members, local businesses, and frontline workers to provide education about harm reduction We have successfully distributed over 150 Narcan kits, 300 fentanyl test strips, and 100-gun safety locks, contributing to community safety.

Interested in obtaining Narcan? Please reach out to

Would you like OCHS to be present at a community meeting? You can send staff meeting invites or any questions to


Upcoming Table on The Road Events 

 To invite us out to listen to residents in your neighborhood, contact us at