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The Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations (412)255-2600
908 City-County Building Pittsburgh, Pa 15219
Race, color, sex. Religion, ancestry, disability, familial status and sexual orientation are NOT valid reasons for denying you housing. This group is empowered to receive and investigate discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations. It’s an official city agency that enforces laws on discrimination. Services are free.
Garfield Jubilee Association 412-665-5200 5138 Penn Ave www.garfieldjubilee.org Develops programs and activities to benefit and stabilize the welfare of low through moderate income families and the Garfield community. Works on affordable housing, economic development, and local leadership.
The Fair Housing Partnership of Greater Pittsburgh 412-391-2535
Conestoga Building, Suite 602–7 Wood Street Pgh, Pa 15222
email@example.com Investigates discrimination complaints pertaining to housing and will help you file administrative and court remedies
Housing Authority – 412-456-5000 Assistance depending on income.
Action Housing, INC. 412-227-5700 412-950-15219 425 6th Ave
-offers free weatherization materials to those who qualify-.
Bethlehem Haven Women’s Shelter 412-391-1348/412-391-0793
620 Smithfeild st. Pitts.PA 15222 counseling, housing referrals and advocacy Open 7:30pm – 8:00am
Penn Low Income Housing Coalition- housing alliance of PA
Tenant advocacy 412-441-3080
Pittsburgh UNITED Telf. 412-231-8648 1821 Brighton Road Pittsburgh, PA 15212 Fax.412-231-8647 http://www.pittsburghunited.org/contact.php “To build and sustain long-term strategic partnerships among community residents, community organizations, labor unions, and the local
government in order to ensure that major economic development projects
Northside United – We are mobilizing low and middle-income Northsiders to have a say in the new Casino development that is almost underway. Campaign of Pittsburgh United
OneHillCoalition – Working on Community Benefits Agreement in the Hill District in regards to the new hockey stadium. Campaign of Pittsburgh United
Mon Valley Unemployed Committee 412-462-9962 1800 West St., 3rd floorHomestead, PA 15120
Fax: 412-462-9964 The Mon Valley Unemployed Committee (MVUC) is a non-profit organization committed to helping unemployed and low-income people in the Mon Valley region get assistance needed to remake their lives.
Coalition of Organized Residents of East Liberty- 211 N. Whitfield Street Suite 210, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Phone – 412-661-2600 412-661-2601 Fax- 412-661-2602
Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania Western PA: 710 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1000 | Pittsburgh, PA 15219 | Ph: 412-281-1137 firstname.lastname@example.org