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Creating a new vision for children of poverty

hasbackPeaceburgh¬†ran a blog on Facebook about homeless kids in Allegheny County and talked about the staggering numbers of children that are homeless. ¬†We have the ability to create a vision together and¬†making a difference in these children’s lives by putting out to the Universe for our politicians to start thinking differently like Utah did by gifting houses to the homeless. Please start to visualize that WE can create a vision in Peaceburgh¬†to take action. ¬†You can put feet to this action by calling the mayor’s office 412-255-2626

Another great place to start for taking action and helping children with homelessness is here:

http://www.homelessfund.org/

2100 Smallman St, viagra 60mg Pittsburgh, PA 15222
(412) 562-0154

Resources to know about or inform someone before they become homeless.

Allegheny County Pittsburgh Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Re-Housing Program
This rental and eviction prevention program provides cash grants, financial assistance, counseling and other services to people who are facing an eviction, individuals who are currently homeless and the working poor who could become homeless without any type of housing assistance.
Hundreds of individuals and families are now enrolled in the program. So these people have met the qualifications, including income guidelines, and they are currently receiving financial assistance, such as funds for rental payments, security deposits, and rental arrearage payments, utility and heating bill payments, utility arrearage payments and even money for paying utility deposits.
This program is funded by the federal government. To qualify for this assistance, applicants need to be facing an eviction, or they must be homeless or about to become homeless. In addition to those criteria, households must be below 50 percent of the area median household income. Call the HPRP Hotline at 1-877-350-4777 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday to learn more or apply for aid.

Catholic Charities runs a free health care clinic. It provides medical and dental care for people without health insurance and also low income individuals. Call the agency at 412-456-6911.
https://www.freecarepgh.com/services.cfm

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