Pearl Academy was created in 2008 to address the multiplicity of problems within the African American communities. Pearl Academy is the signature program of the Ivy Charitable Endowment Inc. of Pittsburgh (ICE).
Meet the CCAC Resource Navigators who assist students with accessing community and campus resources to address material needs (food, shelter, healthcare, utilities, childcare, etc.). *Not a PHSD sponsored event.
Help.org is a community organization dedicated to empowering people suffering from substance abuse addiction with tools and resources to start their personal journey toward recovery. We create and publishes comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources that have been featured and is referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the web.
The Chief Recovery Officer is seeking to fill a vacancy on the Advisory Committee that oversees the District's Financial Recovery Plan. Interested candidates should contact Dr. Daniel J. Matsook at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Allegheny County Community Learning Hubs are a great option for parents who need child care when in-person school is not in session (PDF). A partnership between Allegheny County, Allegheny County Partners for Out-Of-School Time (APOST), and Trying Together, most Learning Hubs are open all day on weekdays, but parents should check with individual Hubs for exact times. Free Wi-Fi and headphones will be provided, but children should bring their own technology device (laptop computer, tablet, phone).