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Schenley Heights Community Development Program

UNITED WAY #900581

1000 Bryn Mawr Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
412-621-3341
412-621-5361


MISSION

The mission of the Schenley Heights Community Development Program (SHCDP) is to nurture, support and develop the richest natural resources within the Schenley Heights community – its people.


CURRENT PROGRAMS


HISTORY

The Schenley Heights Community Development Program (SHCDP) was established in 1995 to provide an alternative to crime and other socially destructive activities that too often plague inner city, low-income communities. The organization’s target population is Pittsburgh’s urban youth, most whom dwell in the Hill District community. Through a variety of successful programs, over 300 participants ages 3-18 and their families are exposed to various activities that promote behavioral and physical wellness as well as activities that encourage academic and life success.
SHCDP was created in the basement of Grace Presbyterian Church by a group of pioneers who envisioned a program for neighborhood children in need of academic support, social skills building, and a safe environment during after school hours.


PROFESSIONAL STAFF

Rev. Dr. Johnnie Monroe, Executive Director; Nikki Monroe-Hines M.Ed., Director of Operations; Shalon Dudley, Office Manager; Rev. Shanea Leonard (NIA), Tammie Davis (A-STEP), Marsha Mullins (Pittsburgh LEARNS 21st Century CLC), Program Coordinators


OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONGREGATIONAL OR INDIVIDUAL INVOLVEMENT

Volunteers are needed to tutor, assist in administrative office, provide special classes (science, art, music, dance, foreign language), assist with technology maintenance and repair

Financial contributions and donations of supplies and materials and are accepted year round.

Click here for a full list of volunteer opportunities.


VISIT US ON THE WEB

www.shcdp.org