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Resource Center

Removing Barriers, Creating Opportunities

 

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YWCA Greater Pittsburgh's Resource Center (RC) is a community resource for strengthening connections between families, friends and the organizations that provide services and support. YWCA Greater Pittsburgh removes barriers and disparities that hinder families from becoming self-sufficient. We offer a safe and supportive space to connect to resources that include basic needs, housing, legal services, childcare, financial services, free tax assistance, and personal and professional development.

Find out more about some of our Resource Center services at the following links:

The YW connects families to resources through referrals to partner agencies and community organizations.

Personalized services offered by phone or walk-in Monday-Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm.
Phone: 412-255-1488
Walk-in location: 305 Wood St, Downtown Pittsburgh;
By appointment: 6907 Frankstown Ave., Homewood-Brushton
 

Did you know?

According to the Center for Disease Control, African American women are over three times more likely to be murdered with a gun than white women.

Read more about YWCA's position on gun violence.


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