EAST HILLS

PITTSBURGH, PA

 

ABOUT EAST HILLS...

East Hills was first constructed in 1969 and was designed as a self-sufficient community. Throughout the 1970s it was a peaceful home to a diverse array of residents. In the 1980s and 1990s, the economy of Pittsburgh collapsed, putting the community under tremendous strain. 


In 2001 residents organized a ‘take back the neighborhood’ event and formed a resident council to look into re-developing the community. A year later they began working with the developer, Telesis, ushering in a new era for the community. East Hills was re-developed from 2003 to 2011, and is now once again a thriving place for families. The community houses a wide variety of wrap-around services coordinated by dedicated staff from CT Group and local community partners including the Urban League.

 

EAST HILLS

LOCAL COVID-19 RESOURCES

STAY INFORMED. STAY CONNECTED. STAY HEALTHY.

 

COMMUNITY SURVEY

COVID-19 has challenged all of us. Sharing your experience can help us locate resources, especially where they are most needed. Our resident’s health and safety are vital for ensuring we all thrive during these tough times. Neighborhood Partners is conducting an online survey to learn how families are coping through the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click the link to begin this survey or call your Resident Coordinator, they can fill it out over the phone.


Click here to take the survey.

RESIDENT SERVICES


Anita Porter

East Hills

Community Coordinator

aporter@c-t-associates.com

(412) 244-1404 or (412) 243-8400 ext.112

STAY CONNECTED, STAY INFORMED

NATIONAL RESOURCES


Latest updates and resources about national and state benefits: SNAP, WIC, CHIP, Unemployment Benefits, Taxes, and Healthcare. 

Please visit our STAY INFORMED page.

HEALTH & SAFETY

University of Pittsburgh Covid-19 Resources Guide

Includes resources for health, mental health, and Covid-19

vac39@pitt.edu

412-624-4141


Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

State of PA Covid-19 Resources

www.phfa.org

412-429-2847


Three Rivers Youth

Mental Health, Families & Children

www.threeriversyouth.org

412-441-5021

SCHOOLS & DISTANCE LEARNING


Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

State of PA Covid-19 Resources

www.phfa.org

412-429-2847


University of Pittsburgh Covid-19 Resources Guide

Includes resources for education.

vac39@pitt.edu

412-624-4141

MEALS & GROCERIES

City of Pittsburgh Public Schools

Grab n Go lunches for students

www.pghschools.org

412-529-3306


Parkhurst Corporation

Grab n Go Lunches for students

www.parkhurstdining.com

412-461-2000


Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank

Food for Seniors and Families

www.edoylepittsburghfoodbank.org

412-7456551


Petra Ministries

Food for Families

http://petranation.org

412-242-1434


Sarah Heinz House

Food for Families

www.sarahheinzhouse.org

412-231-2377


Salvation Army

Western PA Homewood/Brushton

Food for Families

https://wpa.salvationarmy.org/WesternPennsylvania/homewood-brushton 

412-242-1434

FINANCIAL SUPPORT, JOB LOSS & EMPLOYMENT

University of Pittsburgh Covid-19 Resources

Includes financial assistance resources.

vac39@pitt.edu

412-624-4141


Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency

State of PA Covid-19 Resources

www.phfa.org

412-429-2847


Just Harvest Agency

SNAP (Foodstamps), Cash for Families etc.

www.justharvest.org

412-431-8960 ext. 602


PA Career Links

Employment and Education

elizabeth@pghcsi.org

412-904-4710

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