The Social Services Department offers supportive services for individuals and families, including information and referral services to programs and services in the community.
Family Support Services, including parents and sibling groups are also available.
For additional information, contact Tiffany Mori via phone 412-281-7211, ext. 1269 or email email@example.com.
IDEA - Informs professionals, families and the public about strategies to improve educational results for children and youth with disabilities.
Pennsylvania Parents and Caregivers Resources Network - Supports parents' and caregivers' efforts to help their children and adult family members with developmental disabilities.
Special Kids Network - Connects families with a broad range of services by linking, coordinating and making sense of the many services and systems that are already available
Allegheny County Office of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities - Provides coordinated mental retardation services through a number of contracted agencies.
Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council - Seeks new ways to ensure that services and supports for people with disabilities draw on the resources of the whole community, and not simply upon segregated government-sponsored programs.
Pennsylvania Office of Mental Retardation - supports a comprehensive array of services and supports for people with mental retardation.
Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation - Provides services to help persons with disabilities prepare for, start, and maintain employment.
Pennsylvania Office of Mental Health Housing - Provides assistance on meeting the housing needs of people with mental illness.
Pennsylvania Department of Aging - Advocates for the interests of older Pennsylvanians.
US Department of Veteran Affairs - Family members and friends play a critical role in a Veteran’s life, especially during difficult times. Support is available every day to Veterans, Service members, and their families and friends to help them connect with resources for managing life’s challenges and finding solutions that improve their lives. Launched in 2011 by the US Department of Veteran Affairs, MakeTheConnection.net provides this valuable information.