Help with evictions.
- Apply for Allegheny County Emergency Rental Assistance to help pay rent or utilities.
- Get answers to questions about the eviction process and find resources to help from Eviction Lab.
- The Allegheny County DHS Housing Navigator Unit works with renters and their landlords to help keep people in safe, affordable housing. Download their step-by-step guide through the eviction process.
- Just Mediation Pittsburgh– For landlords or renters in need of mediation services.
- Neighborhood Legal Services – For anyone to get quality legal representation regardless of income.
More housing and utilities supports.
- Allegheny Link – a team at DHS dedicated to meeting peoples’ housing needs. Call 866-730-2368 or email AlleghenyLink@ AlleghenyCounty.us.
- Allegheny County Basic Needs COVID Relief Fund – Apply today to see what assistance is available to you.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Declaration Form – You can give a copy of this declaration to your landlord, owner of the residential property where you live, or other people who have a right to have you evicted or removed from your home.
- Emergency Broadband Benefit Program – Apply for discounts on broadband service and equipment.
- PA COMPASS – if you don’t live in Allegheny County, you may be eligible for rental assistance through the state. Find your county and contact information on this list.
- The LIHWAP (Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program) is a new, temporary assistance program created by the American Rescue Plan Act. LIHWAP can help households that are in emergency situations maintain essential water access.
Learn more about the program and how to apply here.
Find food near you.
- Allegheny County Food Map – Free food distribution sites and delivery options by neighborhood.
- Family Centers of Allegheny County: There are 27 Centers throughout the County. Some offer food pantry and free diapers and formula. Search services by location.
- Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank – Drive-up food distribution, meal delivery and more. Call (412) 460-3663.
- Just Harvest – Get help applying for SNAP, Medicaid and TANF. Call (412) 431-8960(option 3) or fill out this form.
- SeniorLine – Helps seniors get access to food. Call 412-350-5460 or 1-800-344-4319 (Toll-free) TTY 412-350-2727. Complete the form to get a call back.
Get help finding a job or training.
- Partner4Work helps provide adult and young job seekers with the opportunities to find meaningful employment.
- Pennsylvania Career Link – Get help finding a job or learn new skills. Find out about PA CareerLink’s no-cost services and find a location near you (.pdf).
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