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Social Service Resources - 7th - 12th grade - Michele S. Majcher, LCSW -
mmajcher@gatewayk12.org - 412-858-3421 - Contact to help assist with navigating resource lists.
 
5/13/2020

FOOD ASSISTANCE

 

Cross Roads Presbyterian Church 

 

2310 Haymaker Road, Monroeville, PA  

412-372-2311 www.crossroadspresbyterian.com/give-to-cross-roads.html

 

  • Call the office and leave your contact information to receive a scheduled Friday morning appointment for picking up food.

 

Garden City United Methodist 

 

500 Laurel Drive, Monroeville, PA

Contact – Pastor Scott Gallagher – 724-255-7858

 

PitCare

520 Broadway Boulevard, Pitcairn, PA - 412-444-8506 www.PitCare.org 

 

(Note:  Check updates regularly on Pitcairn Food Pantry Facebook Page)

To receive food:  Need to bring a piece of mail or utility bill with current address on it each time you go.  The first time you sign up, bring a photo identification and proof of income.   Distribution times – are every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month from 10 am. – noon; any other Thursday of the month the pickup time is 5-7 p.m.

 

Gateway School District

Gateway is sponsoring a Federally Funded Free Meals Program for all children 18 years of age & younger.

 

Both Breakfast & Lunch will be distributed from 11am to 1pm, Mon-Fri at these locations:

Cambridge Square Apartments Ramsey Elementary Dr. Cleveland Steward Elementary Pitcairn Borough Concession Stand University Park Elementary Gateway Middle School Evergreen Elementary

 

NOTE:  You may be eligible to receive additional benefits.  For information about SNAP/food stamps or TANF/cash assistance:  Contact Just Harvest Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 412-431-8960 x 602 and leave a message.  Your call will be returned with 48 hours.

 

 

 

The emergency assistance application for additional benefits is available online www.compass.state.pa.usApplications will be accepted beginning Monday, May 11 through June 12 or until funds are expended.

See Just Harvest Website Explaining Benefits:

https://www.justharvest.org/resources-to-help-people-through-the-coronavirus-pandemic

 

 

 

This resource is available to anyone who needs food.

https://alcogis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=abaca148492b47a7ad0d5a71f5d2c5e8

 

New Helpline:  Gov. Wolf: Support & Referral Helpline Created for Pennsylvanians in Need of Behavioral Health Resources and Referrals During COVID-19 Public Health Crisis

 

The toll-free, round-the-clock support line is officially operational today, Thursday, April 2. The number to call is 1-855-284-2494. For TTY, dial 724-631-5600.

 

 

Mental Health Services:  Follow this link for service availability and helpful resources:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GKVvUOq7LXV3rww4ndgHyWFuUugE-w_MnTlalhUqgAw/edit?usp=sharing

 

An extensive List of Resources in Pittsburgh (COVID 19)

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oL6ju8kEQd_cWltkufZvVq1tMGetsY92ZVDzlwPa35I/edit?fbclid=IwAR3xrfwGXklHgR-jdwHeAMULJJ3W0rRwgPtk_nEp6rt4PtpbWqvYXmhn4m8

 

 

Additionally here are other resources:

 

Here is a list from a variety of internet providers if you need to sign up at a free or reduced cost:

 

Pittsburgh-Area Utility Companies

 

Electric Companies:

Allegheny Power 800-255-3443

Duquesne Light 888-393-7100

Penn Power 800-720-3600

Telephone/Cable:

Armstrong Cable 724-776-4200

AT&T Broadband 412-741-1840

Comcast Cable 800-824-2290

Sprint 800-829-8009

Verizon 800-660-2215

Verizon Fios 855-326-9185

Gas Companies:

Columbia Gas 888-460-4332

Dominion People’s 800-764-0111

Equitable Gas 800-654-6335

Water & Sewer Companies:

Alcosan 412-766-6696

Cranberry Water 724-776-4806

Deer Creek Drainage 724-265-5315

Hampton Water 412-486-4867

MTSA 412-366-8481

Oakmont Water 412-828-3388

Pennsylvania American Water 800-474-7292

Pittsburgh Water & Sewage 412-255-2423

Richland Sewer Authority 724-443-5921

Shaler Water Authority 412-486-9700

West View Water 412-931-3292

Wilkinsburg-Penn Water 412-243-6200

Trash & Hauling:

Allied Waste 800-464-2120

BFI 412-429-8009

Vogel Disposal 724-625-1511

Waste Management 800-458-4090

 

 

Unemployment Compensation

Workers that are unable to work because of COVID-19 may be eligible for UC ​​benefits or WC benefits. The following information is now available on the state’s website​:

You may be eligible if:

  • Your employer temporarily closes or goes out of business because of COVID-19
  • Your employer reduces your hours because of COVID-19
  • You have been told not to work because your employer feels you might get or spread COVID-19
  • You have been told to quarantine or self-isolate, or live/work in a county under government-recommended mitigation efforts

Apply:

  • Onl​​ine – it’s the fastest and easiest way to get started

Important info:

  • If you are eligible for UC, you will receive two approval letters and a four-digit PIN
  • Your PIN will arrive in the U.S. mail – keep it in a safe, easy to remember place
  • If approved, your first benefit payment should arrive within four weeks of filing for UC

 Additional Food Services:

 

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank: 412-460-3663

 

CHS Food Pantry: 412-246-1688

 

Swissvale Community Food Pantry: 412-452-2792

 

Fishes and Loaves Cooperative Ministries: 412-414-3125

 

Inter-Church Food Bank: 412-771-4088

 

JFCS Squirrel Hill Food Pantry: 412-421-2708

 

East End Cooperative Ministry: 412-361-5549

 

Plum Food Pantry: 724-327-0367

 

Feeding Pennsylvania

 

Hunger-Free Pennsylvania