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   COUNSELING CENTER

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+ VENTURES IN PEOPLE
   INC.
+ WILKINSBURG
   COMMUNITY
   MINISTRIES

North Hills Community Outreach, Inc.

UNITED WAY #2357 CFC #53330

1975 Ferguson Road
Allison Park, PA 15101

412-487-6316

or

416 Lincoln Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15209

412-487-6316 (press 2 @ voice prompt)


MISSION

North Hills Community Outreach is an interfaith organization which addresses the spiritual, emotional, physical, and material needs of local individuals and families in crisis, hardship, and poverty. NHCO provides information and education, and facilitates access to resources to bring immediate help in a manner that preserves dignity and to demonstrate the love of God.


CURRENT PROGRAMS


HISTORY


In 1986, when flood ravaged portions of the North Hills, local leaders, organizations, and congregations began working together to assist flood victims. This effort mobilized the community to action, and matched the resources being offered by local groups, businesses and individuals to meet the needs of affected families. As a result, NHCO was incorporated in 1987 as an organization of "People Helping People."


PROFESSIONAL STAFF

Fay Morgan, Executive Director


OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONGREGATIONAL OR INDIVIDUAL INVOLVEMENT

Financial assistance for emergency needs; volunteers for friendly visiting, clerical, food pantry, computer, and special projects; in-kind donations and professional services. Congregations and groups are encouraged to participate in special holiday sharing programs, food drives, back-to-school supplies, and other special projects that benefit individuals who are experiencing a crisis or hardship.


INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMS AVAILABLE

NHCO's Speakers Bureau can tailor a program to fit any organization's needs.


VISIT US ON THE WEB

www.nhco.org