Community Resources

Community Resources

The Student Success Team at Westmoreland wants all students to feel safe, healthy and supported. Click on any of the following categories to find resources that can help you navigate the challenges you may be facing. 

If you are experiencing a crisis, please contact one of the 24-hour crisis numbers below, call 911, or go to your nearest emergency room. 

  • Local Mental Health Crisis Lines
  • Westmoreland County Crisis Hotline  1-800-836-6010
  • Fayette County Crisis Hotline 724-437-1003
  • Armstrong-Indiana Crisis Hotline 1-877-333-2470
  • Washington County Crisis Hotline 1-877-225-3567
  • National Mental Health Crisis Lines
  • Crisis Text Line - Text HOME to 741741 
  • Trevor Lifeline 866-488-7386 for LGBTQ youth
  • Veterans Crisis Line 800-273-8255
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255

College counselors are available at Youngwood and the Education Centers. If you would like to talk with one of our counselors regarding a non-emergency, you can call the Information Center at 724-925-4000 or walk in to the Enrollment Center in Youngwood or the front desk at any Education Center.

Mental Health

If you are seeking mental health treatment, you should first check with your health insurance company for a list of providers that your insurance will cover. You can also talk with your primary care provider about your concerns. 

Psychology Today Find a Therapist Tool

  • Has a search tool to help find a therapist based on location, insurance, and specialty area

Tools for Self-Care

Planet Fitness live classes

  • Provides a free live fitness class each day

Using Mindfulness to Manage your Stress 

Square Breathing

  • Provides information and exercises on the practice of square breathing as a means of reducing stress 

Tapping

  • Provides exercises on the practice of tapping as a means of reducing stress 

Westmoreland Hospital Crisis Response Walk-In Center

West Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg (across the street from the hospital)

724-832-4465

  • Trained crisis staff are available to assist daily from 7:00am to 11:00pm

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg

711 East Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg

724-837-1840

  • Provides marital, relationship, individual, and family counseling, as well as anger management support groups
  • Accepts insurance and self-pay on a sliding income-based scale

SPHS Behavioral Health

Locations in Westmoreland, Fayette, and Washington Counties

  • Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment

Blackburn Center

Serves Westmoreland County

24 Hour Hotline 888-832-2272

  • Provides counseling for victims of violence, emergency shelter, legal support, etc. 

Westmoreland Casemanagement and Supports, Inc.

Locations in Greensburg and New Kensington

724-837-1808

  • Provides case management, family support, and peer support

Community Based Outpatient Clinic

Behind Westmoreland Mall, Greensburg

724-216-0317

  • Provides outpatient primary care and mental health services to veterans

Peer Star

300 Indian Springs Road, Indiana

888-733-7781

  • Provides peer support services for individuals recovering from mental health and substance use disorders

Community Guidance Center

Locations in Indiana and surrounding areas

1-888-686-1991

  • Provides mental health, substance use, and gambling outpatient treatment, as well as psychiatric services

Alice Paul House

Serves Indiana County

24 Hour Hotline 1-800-435-7249

  • Provides counseling and support groups to victims of violence, emergency shelter, legal advocacy, etc. 

Catholic Charities

1200 Oakland Avenue, Indiana

724-463-8806

  • Provides mental health services and counseling

Armstrong-Indiana Behavioral and Developmental Health Program

Armstrong Office: 120 South Grant Avenue, Suite 3, Kittanning 724-548-3451

Indiana Office: 1430 Route 286 East Suite 1, Indiana 724-349-3350

  • Provides crisis intervention, outpatient treatment, family-based mental health services, case management, et

 

Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services

Locations in Uniontown and Connellsville

724-437-0729

  • Provides outpatient therapy, peer support, psychiatric services, and support groups

SPHS Behavioral Health

Locations in Westmoreland, Fayette, and Washington Counties

  • Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment

 

SPHS Behavioral Health

Locations in Westmoreland, Fayette, and Washington Counties

  • Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment

 

UPMC Center for Eating Disorders

UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital, 100 North Bellefield Avenue, Pittsburgh

724-933-3910

  • Provides inpatient and outpatient treatment using a holistic approach

 

Substance Use

Check the county links for support groups and resources. If you are seeking information on substance use treatment, you should check with your health insurance company for a list of providers that your insurance will cover. 

Find an Al-Anon Meeting

  • Use this link to find a local meeting for Alcoholics Anonymous

Find an NA Meeting

  • Use this link to find a local Narcotics Anonymous meeting

Sage’s Army

24 Hour Helpline 724-863-5433

  • Provides substance use resources, support groups, and community presentations

AddictionGroup.org

  • Provides information on opioid use and treatment options

Strive Health

101 North Main Street, Suite 200, Greensburg 

724-302-0804

  • Provides outpatient and intensive outpatient substance use treatment

Gateway Rehabilitation

Locations in Greensburg and Mount Pleasant

800-472-1177

  • Provides inpatient and outpatient substance use treatment

SPHS Behavioral Health

Locations in Westmoreland, Fayette, and Washington Counties

  • Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment

Angel Arms

Latrobe, PA

  • Provides counseling and family support for those affected by substance abuse, parenting classes, and infant and children support programs

The Open Door

665 Philadelphia Street, 2nd floor, Indiana

724-465-2605

  • Provides crisis intervention and substance use and gambling outpatient treatment

SPHS Behavioral Health

Locations in Westmoreland, Fayette, and Washington Counties

  • Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment

Fayette County Drug and Alcohol Commission

100 New Salem Road, Uniontown

724-438-3576

  • Provides case management, treatment, resources, and NARCAN kits

 

SPHS Behavioral Health

Locations in Westmoreland, Fayette, and Washington Counties

  • Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment

 

Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission

10829 US Route 422, PO Box 238, Shelocta

724-354-2746

  • Provides support groups, case management, and referrals to treatment providers

Domestic Violence

National Domestic Violence Hotline
24 Hour Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Text START to 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Live chat on the website

Blackburn Center

Serves Westmoreland County

24 Hour Hotline 888-832-2272

  • Provides counseling for victims of violence, emergency shelter, legal support, etc.

Alice Paul House

Serves Indiana County

24 Hour Hotline 1-800-435-7249

  • Provides counseling and support groups to victims of violence, emergency shelter, legal advocacy, etc.

Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA

Serves Washington and Fayette Counties

24-Hour Hotline 800-791-4000

  • Provides counseling and support groups, emergency shelter, and legal advocacy for those impacted by domestic violence

 

HAVIN (Helping All Victims in Need)

Serves Armstrong County

24 Hour Hotline 1-800-841-8881

  • Provides crisis counseling, emergency shelter, advocacy, individual and group counseling

 

Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA

Serves Washington and Fayette County

24-Hour Hotline 800-791-4000

  • Provides counseling and support groups, emergency shelter, and legal advocacy for those impacted by domestic violence

 

Grief and Loss

Grief.com

  • Use this link to find grief support groups in your area

Ray of Hope

409 Coulter Avenue, Greensburg

724-834-6351

  • Provides suicide resources and grief support groups for those impacted by suicide

Hopeful Hearts

850 Hospital Road, Medical Arts Building, Suite 3000, Indiana

724-463-6340

  • The mission of Hopeful Hearts is to improve the lives of grieving children and their families by providing support in a safe and caring environment, where all are welcome, and where families can grow through the healing process.

Use grief.com to search for grief support groups in Armstrong County.

Mon Valley Hospital Suicide Bereavement Support Group

To register, call 724-678-3601

 

Albert Gallatin Amedisys Bereavement Support Group

Uniontown Mall, Suite 624

Contact Patricia Clemmer at 724-439-4440

 

Albert Gallatin Amedisys Bereavement Support Group

2183 McClellandtown Road, Masontown

Contact Amedisys at 724-583-2680

 

Connellsville Counseling and Psychological Services Overdose Grief Support Group

St. John’s Catholic Church, 908 West Crawford Ave, Connellsville

724-628-6840

Mon Valley Hospital Suicide Bereavement Support Group

To register, call 724-678-3601

Military and Veterans

Veterans Leadership Program

2934 Smallman Street, Pittsburgh

412-481-8200

  • Provides housing, supportive services, career development, and wellness for veterans across 

Vet2Vet

  • Provides veterans with mental health peer support

Military Veterans Helping Hands Fund

724-217-8304

  • Provides utility assistance, housing assistance, and food assistance for veterans

DAV Van Service

724-830-3530

  • Provides van transportation for veterans within Westmoreland County as well as to medical appointments at the VA in Pittsburgh

Community Based Outpatient Clinic

Behind Westmoreland Mall, Greensburg

724-216-0317

  • Provides outpatient primary care and mental health services to veterans

Indiana County VA Clinic

1570 Oakland Avenue, Suite 100, Regency Mall, Indiana

724-349-8900

  • Provides behavioral health, laboratory services, nutrition services, preventive care, primary care, social work services, tobacco cessation, and prescription medications

Armstrong County Veterans Affairs Office

450 East Market Street, Suite 107, Kittanning

724-548-3441

  • Provides advocacy services and assist with accessing local resources

Armstrong County VA Clinic

11 Hilltop Plaza, Kittanning

724-545-8420

  • Provides primary care, tobacco cessation programs, outpatient behavioral health counseling, and transportation assistance

Armstrong County Community Action

705 Butler Road, Kittanning

724-548-3408

  • Provides employment training, housing assistance, medical transportation, and veterans services

Fayette County Veterans Affairs Office

22 East Main Street, Uniontown

724-430-1241

  • Assists veterans and their families with accessing the benefits to which they are entitled

Washington County Office of Veterans Affairs

Courthouse Square, 100 West Beau Street, Suite 703, Washington 

724-228-6865

  • Assists veterans and their families with accessing the benefits to which they are entitled

Washington County VA Clinic

95 West Beau Street, Crossroads Center, Suite 200, Washington

724-250-7790

  • Provides primary care, intimate partner violence support, military trauma care, and patient advocates

Disability

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation

Locations in each county

  • Provides vocational training and counseling, assistive technology, and other support services for individuals with disabilities

Disability Options Network

Locations in Armstrong, Allegheny, and Westmoreland Counties

866-652-5121

  • Provides attendant care, fair housing, independent living skills training, advocacy, peer mentoring, and more

Hearing and Deaf Services

Offices in Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties

  • Provides a wide range of services for adults who are deaf or hearing impaired

Go Westmoreland

724-832-2706

  • Provides a shared-ride service for qualifying individuals with disabilities

Westmoreland Casemanagement and Supports, Inc.

Locations in Greensburg and New Kensington

724-837-1808

  • Provides case management, family support, and peer support

Arc of Indiana County

120 North 5th Street, Suite #2, Indiana

724-349-8230

  • Provides information, education and support for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families 

accessAbilities

2273 Philadelphia Street, Indiana

724-465-6042

  • Provides Home & Community Services  for adults with a physical, developmental or intellectual disability

Lifesteps

1455 Church Street, Indiana

724-349-1122

  • Provides developmental & autism screening, community homes, living services, behavioral support & speech services, employment services for individuals with disabilities

Disability Options Network

Locations in Armstrong, Allegheny, and Westmoreland Counties

866-652-5121

  • Provides attendant care, fair housing, independent living skills training, advocacy, peer mentoring, and more

 

The ARC Fayette County

80 Old New Salem Road, Uniontown

724-438-9042

  • Provides supported employment, residential support, early intervention, and family living support

Life’s Work of Western PA

222 Nazareth Drive, Belle Vernon

724-684-3630

  • Provides employment for adults with disabilities, employment training and transition services, and youth and family services

Life’s Work of Western PA

222 Nazareth Drive, Belle Vernon

724-684-3630

  • Provides employment for adults with disabilities, employment training and transition services, and youth and family services

Healthcare

HealthCare.gov
1-800-318-2596

  • Enroll in a healthcare plan through the Affordable Care Act

Birthright of Greensburg

121 North Main Street, Greensburg

724-832-2577

  • Provides family planning and abortion alternatives

Community Based Outpatient Clinic

Behind Westmoreland Mall, Greensburg

724-216-0317

  • Provides outpatient primary care and mental health services to veterans

Community Health Clinic, Inc.

218 South Maple Avenue, #102, Greensburg - 724-204-1801

943 Fourth Avenue, New Kensington - 724-335-3334

  • Provides medical, dental, and behavioral health services for those who are uninsured or underinsured; also provides free STD testing 

Westmoreland County Community College Dental Hygiene Clinic

Youngwood Campus

724-925-4283

  • Provides affordable teeth cleanings and dental X-rays

My Choice Medical Clinic

660 East Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg

877-223-7558

24 Hour Hotline 800-712-HELP (4357)

  • Provides free pregnancy services, parenting support, STD testing, and referrals to community resources

Indiana County Assistance Office

2750 West Pike Road, Indiana

800-742-0679

  • Provides, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Adagio Health Indiana

1097 Oak Street, Lower Floor, Indiana

724-349-2022

  • Provides family planning and prenatal services

My Choice Medical Clinic

1205 Maple Street, Suite A, Indiana

877-223-7558

24 Hour Hotline 800-712-HELP (4357)

  • Provides free pregnancy services, parenting support, STD testing, and referrals to community resources

My Choice Medical Clinic

15A Franklin Village Mall, Kittanning

877-223-7558

24 Hour Hotline 800-712-HELP (4357)

  • Provides free pregnancy services, parenting support, STD testing, and referrals to community resources

Connellsville Area Community Ministries

724-626-1120

  • Services include a clothing store, food pantry, emergency crisis assistance (clothing, household items, medical equipment, transportation, and utility payment assistance), and medical equipment borrowing program

Wesley Health Center

410 South Pittsburgh Street, Connellsville

724-626-2610

  • Provides free primary healthcare to adults who are uninsured or underinsured

Go to freeclinicspa.org to search for free healthcare clinics in or near Washington County.

Housing and Utilities

To access the most up-to-date local resources, contact the United Way by calling 211, texting your zip code to 898-211, or using the chat feature on their website

Dollar Energy Fund

800-683-7036

  • Provides utility payment assistance for households experiencing financial hardship

LIHEAP

1-866-857-7095

  • Helps low-income families pay their heating bills in the form of a cash grant

Internet Essentials from Comcast

  • Provides low-cost internet service for new Comcast customers

Westmoreland County Housing Authority

167 South Greengate Road, Greensburg

724-832-7248

  • Provides low-income housing and homeless assistance 

ICCAP: Indiana County Community Action Program

827 Water Street, #101, Indiana 

724-463-7440

  • Available benefits and services include: food pantries, diaper program, emergency food and shelter, housing assistance, and more. 

Salvation Army

635 Water Street, PO Box 525, Indiana 

724-465-2530

  • Provides basic human needs/food and utility assistance

Indiana County Assistance Office

2750 West Pike Road, Indiana

800-742-0679

  • Provides, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Armstrong County Community Action

705 Butler Road, Kittanning

724-548-3408

  • Provides employment training, housing assistance, medical transportation, and veterans services

Armstrong County Assistance Office

1280 North Water Street, Kittanning

724-543-1651

  • Provides Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Fayette County Community Action

108 North Beeson Avenue

724-437-6050

  • Provides job skills training, budgeting and financial support, food assistance, help with paying utilities, nutrition education, and support for women, infants, and children

 Connellsville Area Community Ministries

724-626-1120

  • Services include a clothing store, food pantry, emergency crisis assistance (clothing, household items, medical equipment, transportation, and utility payment assistance), and medical equipment borrowing program

Washington County Housing Authority

100 Crumrine Tower, South Franklin Street, Washington

724-228-6060

  • Provides low-income housing

 

Homelessness

To gain access to the most up-to-date local resources, contact the United Way by calling 211, texting your zip code to 898-211, or using the chat feature on their website.

Mantle House Mission

132 South Water Street, West Newton 

724-872-1800

  • Provides transitional housing for homeless men and women ages 18-24

Union Mission

2217 Harrison Avenue, Latrobe

724-539-3550

  • Provides short-term shelter for homeless men

Westmoreland County Housing Authority

167 South Greengate Road, Greensburg

724-832-7248

  • Provides low-income housing and homeless assistance 

Welcome Home Shelter

Maple Avenue, Greensburg

724-489-8095

  • Provides temporary emergency shelter for homeless families and single women

ICCAP: Indiana County Community Action Program

827 Water Street, #101, Indiana 

724-463-7440

  • Available benefits and services include: food pantries, diaper program, emergency food and shelter, housing assistance, and more. 

Alice Paul House

Serves Indiana County

24 Hour Hotline 1-800-435-7249

  • Provides counseling and support groups to victims of violence, emergency shelter, legal advocacy, etc. 

Family Promise of Indiana County

812 Marion Road, Indiana 

724-464-5220

  • Provides emergency shelter services and non-food items available for purchase at a discounted price

Armstrong County Community Action

705 Butler Road, Kittanning

724-548-3408

  • Provides employment training, housing assistance, medical transportation, and veterans services

City Mission-Living Stones, Inc.

155 North Gallatin Avenue, Uniontown

724-439-0201

  • Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, and youth programs

Connect, Inc.

302 Chamber Plaza, Charleroi

724-489-9100

Provides a full continuum of care for individuals and families who are homeless or near-homeless to help them find emergency shelter, transitional housing, or permanent supportive housing

Food Assistance

To gain access to the most up-to-date local resources, contact the United Way by calling 211, texting your zip code to 898-211, or using the chat feature on their website. 

To search for food pantries in your area, go to foodpantries.org.

Westmoreland County Food Bank

1-800-462-2080

  • Provides food distribution programs at various locations throughout the county; also provides assistance with completing the SNAP application

ICCAP: Indiana County Community Action Program

827 Water Street, #101, Indiana 

724-463-7440

  • Available benefits and services include: food pantries, diaper program, emergency food and shelter, housing assistance, and more. 

Salvation Army

635 Water Street, PO Box 525, Indiana 

724-465-2530

  • Provides basic human needs/food and utility assistance

Indiana County Assistance Office

2750 West Pike Road, Indiana

800-742-0679

  • Provides, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Armstrong County Assistance Office

1280 North Water Street, Kittanning

724-543-1651

  • Provides Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Fayette County Community Action

108 North Beeson Avenue

724-437-6050

  • Provides job skills training, budgeting and financial support, food assistance, help with paying utilities, nutrition education, and support for women, infants, and children

Connellsville Area Community Ministries

724-626-1120

  • Services include a clothing store, food pantry, emergency crisis assistance (clothing, household items, medical equipment, transportation, and utility payment assistance), and medical equipment borrowing program

 

Greater Washington County Food Bank

724-632-2190

  • Provides food distribution programs at various locations throughout the county; also provides assistance with completing the SNAP application

 

Financial Assistance

To gain access to the most up-to-date local resources, contact the United Way by calling 211, texting your zip code to 898-211, or using the chat feature on their website

Westmoreland County Community College Emergency Assistance

  • Provides emergency financial assistance for Westmoreland students in good standing

Westmoreland County Assistance Office

587 Sells Lane, Building A, Greensburg

1-800-905-5413

  • Provides, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

 

Indiana County Assistance Office

2750 West Pike Road, Indiana

800-742-0679

  • Provides, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Armstrong County Assistance Office

1280 North Water Street, Kittanning

724-543-1651

  • Provides Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Fayette County Community Action

108 North Beeson Avenue

724-437-6050

  • Provides job skills training, budgeting and financial support, food assistance, help with paying utilities, nutrition education, and support for women, infants, and children

Connellsville Area Community Ministries

724-626-1120

  • Services include a clothing store, food pantry, emergency crisis assistance (clothing, household items, medical equipment, transportation, and utility payment assistance), and medical equipment borrowing program

Washington County Assistance Office

167 North Main Street, Washington

724-223-4300

  • Provides Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Transportation

To gain access to the most up-to-date local resources, contact the United Way by calling 211, texting your zip code to 898-211, or using the chat feature on their website

CommuteInfo

  • Connects individuals with carpooling, emergency rides home, and a Park-n-Ride Locator

DAV Van Service

724-830-3530

  • Provides van transportation for veterans within Westmoreland County as well as to medical appointments at the VA in Pittsburgh

Indigo/Indiana County Transit Authority

1657 Saltsburg Avenue, PO Box 869, Indiana 

724-465-2140

  • Provides safe, reliable, public bus and van transportation service

Armstrong County Community Action

705 Butler Road, Kittanning

724-548-3408

  • Provides employment training, housing assistance, medical transportation, and veterans services

 

Fayette Area Coordinated Transportation

  • Provides public transportation to all Fayette County residents; check website for bus routes

Connellsville Area Community Ministries

724-626-1120

  • Services include a clothing store, food pantry, emergency crisis assistance (clothing, household items, medical equipment, transportation, and utility payment assistance), and medical equipment borrowing program

Mid Mon Valley Transit

1300 McKean Avenue, Charleroi

724-489-0880

  • Provides public transportation in the Mid Mon River Valley area

Family Support

WIC: Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children

  • Provides nutritious foods, information on healthy eating including breastfeeding promotion and support, and referrals to health care for mothers or caregivers, infants, and children up to age 5

Westmoreland Area Agency on Aging

Troutman’s Building, 200 South Main Street, Greensburg

724-830-4444

  • Provides financial assistance to grandparents caring for young grandchildren

Westmoreland Casemanagement and Supports, Inc.

Locations in Greensburg and New Kensington

724-837-1808

  • Provides case management, family support, and peer support

Angel Arms

Latrobe, PA

  • Provides counseling and family support for those affected by substance abuse, parenting classes, and infant and children support programs

ICCAP: Indiana County Community Action Program

827 Water Street, #101, Indiana 

724-463-7440

  • Available benefits and services include: food pantries, diaper program, emergency food and shelter, housing assistance, and more

Indiana County Children and Youth

280 Indian Springs Rd, 222b Suite, Indiana, PA 15701

724-465-3895 or 888-559-6355

Childline: 800-932-0313

  • Provides services to children, youth, & families with issues related to child abuse and neglect

Indiana County Assistance Office

2750 West Pike Road, Indiana

800-742-0679

  • Provides, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

Childcare Information Services of Indiana County

155 North Clymer Avenue, Indiana

724-349-8830

  • Helps low-income families pay their child care fees

Adagio Health Indiana

1097 Oak Street, Lower Floor, Indiana

724-349-2022

  • Provides family planning and prenatal services

Armstrong County Assistance Office

1280 North Water Street, Kittanning

724-543-1651

  • Provides Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Cash Assistance, Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance), Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP), Family Planning Services, Help with Child Care, and School Meals

My Choice Medical Clinic

15A Franklin Village Mall, Kittanning

877-223-7558

24 Hour Hotline 800-712-HELP (4357)

  • Provides free pregnancy services, parenting support, STD testing, and referrals to community resources

Fayette County Community Action

108 North Beeson Avenue

724-437-6050

  • Provides job skills training, budgeting and financial support, food assistance, help with paying utilities, nutrition education, and support for women, infants, and children

Connellsville Area Community Ministries

724-626-1120

  • Services include a clothing store, food pantry, emergency crisis assistance (clothing, household items, medical equipment, transportation, and utility payment assistance), and medical equipment borrowing program

Wesley Family Services

90 West Chestnut Street, Suite 200EW, Washington

724-222-7500

  • Provides parenting classes, foster grandparent support program, and behavioral health

Covid-19 Resources

Statewide COVID-19 Helpline

1-855-284-2494. For TTY, dial 724-631-5600

  • Individuals can call if they are struggling with anxiety due to COVID-19

Support for Coronavirus Anxiety

  • Provides resources and activities for those struggling with anxiety due to COVID-19

UPMC/Community Care Behavioral Health

  • Provides valuable information about the virus and how to get help if you feel that you've been affected

Beacon Health Options

  • Provides an extensive list of resources to help manage mental health conditions during the coronavirus outbreak

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 

  • Provides information on managing stress and anxiety during the pandemic. This site provides resources for parents, first responders, and those in quarantine.