Hearth Transitional Housing For Women

8035 McKnight Road, Suite 30
Pittsburgh, PA 15237

(412) 366-9801 Go To Website
Class of Housing: Transitional housing for families experiencing homelessness, who are survivors of domestic violence.

General Information:
When families come to HEARTH, we help them to become independent and economically self-sufficient with many supportive services, resources, case management and other support services needed. The families we serve must be:     Caring for one to four children up to age 18     Motivated to become self-sufficient     Committed to completing an educational program     Free of substance abuse for 90 days before enrolling     Willing to abide by HOMES Program expectations     All teenage children must be attending high school full time to live at HOMES What families agree to do:     Follow program guidelines to become economically self-sufficient     Pay a program fee equal to 30 percent of adjusted income     Take care of their own food, clothing, tuition, cleaning, and child-care needs     Attend an educational program     Address any issues that would interfere with obtaining or retaining employment     To find out if HOMES is right for your family or someone you know, call the Direct Services Coordinator at (412) 366-9801 x21. HMIS Privacy HEARTH HOMES provides:     Safe, affordable housing in 20 furnished, two- and three-bedroom apartments     Access to resources that help Program Participants complete educational programs     Weekly case management meetings to set goals and coordinate resources     Weekly personal growth meetings to teach self-sufficiency skills referrals to services such as counseling, child care, and substance abuse support     A suburban setting with access to city and county services Community support has always created the quality of life for families we serve by providing:     Primary and secondary education in a local school district     Services including tutoring, haircuts, and computer assistance donated by private individuals     Goods such as clothing, food, household supplies, personal care items, and gifts donated by private individuals     Tickets to recreational, cultural, and sporting events donated by businesses and organizations

Website: http://www.hearth-bp.org/



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