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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, healthcare, childcare, financial servicescareer, personal and professional development.

Direct Services: 

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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