The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh is a HUD-certified housing counseling agency with a wide variety of programs. Our Housing Department is funded through federal, county and city housing grants designed to help stabilize the current housing situation of residents in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. The department also runs programs aimed at preventing homelessness, keeping families together and hunger relief.
In the last year, our dedicated staff has helped thousands of families through housing counseling assistance, hunger relief services, reunification, eviction and foster care prevention. If you are in need of any of these services, please read the program qualifications carefully to ensure you have the necessary documentation to allow us to get to work as quickly as possible finding solutions.
NOW ACCEPTING RENTAL ASSISTANCE APPLICATIONS
Programs are offered for both families and individuals who are currently homeless and seeking assistance with a security deposit or are currently unable to afford rent.
OUR DEEP COMMITEMENT TO ENDING HUNGER IN THE PITTSBURGH REGION
Hunger Services offers three programs to help secure food for your family, including Emergency Food Assistance (EFA), Food for Early Development (FED), and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). These services are provided to individuals or families who reside in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Greene, Lawrence, Washington or Westmoreland Counties.
ULPGH IS DEDICATED TO HELPING YOU IMPROVE YOUR FINANCIAL HEALTH
Working closely with the National Urban League and other key stakeholders, the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh has developed resources to help improve your financial health. Check out some of these great ways you can set yourself up for success in the future!