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.
Housing Change During Coronavirus Pandemic
During this time of uncertainty, we are now serving all clients via telecommunication.
If you live in the City of Pittsburgh and your job has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and you are unable to pay your mortgage or rent, we may be able to help. All clients must have a letter from their employer stating their job has been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. All documents may be sent to our offices by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (412) 471-6199. A drop box is also available at our downtown office location at Warner Centre, 332 Fifth Avenue, 4th floor Reception Area. Please call (412)227-4164 to see if you qualify.