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Allegheny County DHS
Agency responsible for publicly funded child welfare, aging, homeless, drug and alcohol, mental health, intellectual disability services in Allegheny County, PA
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 18
Working together as a family to make an emergency kit is a great way to make sure youth are . More tips:
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 18
Parents, grandparents and caregivers all play a big role in helping babies to sleep safe. Learn tips to reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of infant death at .
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 16
Watch this short video about how students are affected by poor school attendance and what you can do to help.
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 13
We're proud to help build a nation of neighbors.
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PA Department of Human Services Sep 3
A person dies by suicide every 4 hours in PA. During , we must start conversations, provide support, and get help for those who need it. We can save lives. • Help is available. Call 1-800-273-8255 or go to .
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 12
View a list of upcoming workshops, including PA Family Support Network’s series on LifeCourse tools and the Self Advocates United as 1 series, at (opens as PDF).
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 11
During an emergency, how will you stay informed, effectively shelter, safely evacuate and maintain communication with your family? Consider creating and discussing an emergency plan so your household can for any situation.
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 10
Your club, fraternal organization, church or giving group can make the holiday season merry and bright for local youth by supporting the DHS Holiday Project. Learn how you can be a holiday hero at
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 9
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 6
Interested in a in ? We're hiring! Learn more at
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Allegheny County DHS Sep 5
Emergencies can be anything from a flat tire to an blizzard. Are you financially prepared? Learn how you can at
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Sep 2
ReelAbilities Film Festival returns with a packed program
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Allegheny County DHS Aug 30
Safe2Say is a state-wide anonymous reporting system available to students, parents, teachers & community members. Learn more at
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Allegheny County DHS Aug 29
Need plans for this weekend? Check out the Allegheny County Music Festival! With live music, food trucks and craft beer, it’s the perfect night out - and your contribution will provide life-enriching activities for local youth. For more info, visit .
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Allegheny County DHS Aug 23
Help the Allegheny County Health Department identify the key needs of your community by participating in a community health survey now through October 4. The survey is online, and paper versions are available at ACHD offices. Your voice matters!
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Allegheny County DHS Aug 22
Join us on Sept 1 at Hartwood Acres for live music, food trucks and family fun - all while providing life-enriching items for local youth. Learn more at .
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Allegheny County DHS Aug 20
We’re seeking submissions for our annual recovery art showcase. If you’re an artist in recovery or active addiction who would like to display a piece reflecting your recovery journey, contact Monique at (412) 350-3496.
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Allegheny County DHS Aug 19
We're looking for qualified applicants to provide Drug and Alcohol Intensive Case Management Program (DA-ICM) services for individuals in treatment or recovery. Read the .
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Allegheny County DHS Aug 16
We’ve always prioritized the youth voice. Now, with support from Operation Safety Net () and other organizations, we’ll be using those voices to help us .
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Allegheny County DHS Aug 15
Have fun, listen to music and make a difference at the Allegheny County Music Festival. Each donation supports the Music Festival Fund, which provides life-enriching items & opportunities for children served through DHS and Juvenile Probation.
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