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RESOURCES FOR PITTSBURGH RESIDENTS

The Stewart Center is committed to helping the Pittsburgh neighborhood thrive as a place of hope and opportunity.  For any community to reach its full potential, its children must have the opportunities and resources needed to flourish.  The Center provides educational enrichment for children and youth throughout the year.

The Center’s after school program and summer camp serve students at Kindezi-Gideons Elementary School.  Middle and high school students can be a part of our youth group that meets throughout the year and focuses on developing young leaders.

In response to the pandemic, the Center is providing Learning Labs for students in grades K-8th. Learning Labs meet weekdays during school hours.

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The Center’s wellness initiative aims to support healthy people, healthy families, and a healthy community.  The initiative consists of a wellness cooperative, weekly neighborhood food distributions, and resident enrichment resources.

The Wellness Co-op provides members with supplemental food, family support, and mental/emotional health resources.

The Center also provides financial resources to residents of the Pittsburgh community.  Financial literacy classes and home maintenance sessions are available for residents along with rent and utility assistance for those that qualify.

Please click the link below if you would like to get connected to the Center’s wellness opportunities.

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The Stewart Center provides affordable homes to Pittsburgh residents through lease-purchase agreements. The program is administered by Pittsburgh Community Housing LLC (PCH).

Since 2015 PCH has invested over $1.5 million and partnered with the Annie E. Casey Foundation to create 15 homes for local residents.

PCH is committed to providing affordable housing and a pathway to homeownership to Pittsburgh residents, especially for those with children in Stewart Center programming. PCH is always working to develop more affordable units and will have new homes available in 2021.

If you would like to be contacted about PCH housing, please click the link below.

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Upcoming Events

Food Distribution

April 21 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Pittsburgh Community Market

April 24 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Stewart Center Summer Camp Orientation

April 27 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Community Resources

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (AVLF) provides emergency temporary housing assistance, emergency utility assistance, and emergency moving assistance – security deposits, and storage units. AVLF also provides legal counsel and representation for residents.

Pittsburgh & Adair Park Residents
Call: 404.521.0790
Email: lwhittaker@avlf.org
Address: 897 Welch St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310 (Located at Gideons Elementary School)

Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership, Inc provides down payment assistance to new homebuyers. ANDP serves as an affordable housing advocacy organization with a mission of promoting, creating, and preserving mixed income communities through direct development, lending, policy research and advocacy that result in the equitable distribution of affordable housing throughout the metropolitan Atlanta region.

Housing Hotline at (404) 420-1600
Address: 229 Peachtree Street NE, Ste 705 Atlanta, GA 30303

HOPE Atlanta provides individualized assistance, resources, and advocacy for people experiencing homelessness (or at risk of becoming homeless) through programs such as rental assistance and eviction prevention, rapid re-housing, and supportive permanent housing. 

Call: 404-817-7070
Email: info@hopeatlanta.org
Address: 34 Peachtree Street #700 Atlanta, GA 30303

Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) operates two emergency safe houses, in Fulton and Gwinnett counties. PADV’s Supportive Housing Program provides an important bridge to self-sufficiency for domestic violence survivors and their children. In addition to paying a portion of the families rent, PADV provides ongoing support, crisis management, connection with mental health services, counseling, and assistance with food, legal advocacy, childcare, personal care items and transportation as needed. 

PADV Crisis Line:  (404) 873-1766 

Urban Health and Wellness is a free, non-profit medical clinic located in the Adair Park community. Urban Health and Wellness provides routine primary care, manages chronic illness and/or diseases, and assists with accessing prescription medications.
Phone: (404) 618-6983
Email: info@uhwclinic.org
Address: 859 Metropolitan Parkway, SW
Atlanta, GA 30310

Southwest Ecumenical Emergency Assistance Center‘s food pantry serves everyone from low income families, single parents, senior citizens, unemployed individuals, disabled veterans, working poor, and anyone else that comes to the pantry.
Phone: 404-756-1699
Website: https://www.sweeac.org/
Address: 1040 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard Atlanta, GA 30310

Center for Black Women’s Wellness strives to broaden awareness of the many health issues affecting black women; encourage change in personal behaviors to prevent unnecessary illnesses; and provide preventive health care and early detection and treatment of conditions before health problems arise.
Wellness Clinic: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9am – 4pm
Safety Net Clinic: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays 5 pm – 8 pm, 2nd & 4th Thursdays 5 pm – 8 pm
Address: 477 Windsor St SW, Suite 309 Atlanta, GA 30312
Phone: 404-688-9202
Email: infor@cbww.org
Website: https://www.cbww.org/cbwwprograms

Kroc Center Atlanta provides a low-cost gym in the Pittsburgh neighborhood. featuring an indoor walking track, state of the art fitness equipment, weight and stretching rooms, and group classes.

Phone: 404.638.7220
Email: ATLKrocCenter@uss.salvationarmy.org
Address: 967 Dewey St SW Atlanta, GA 30310  

Project Healthy Grandparents provides services to grandparents raising grandchildren through social and nursing services, educational support, legal service referrals, and emergency support. 

Phone: (404) 413-1125
Email: phg.lewis.gsu.edu

Sheltering Arms provides high‐quality early education, child care and comprehensive family support services to more than 3,500 children and their families annually at 13 metropolitan Atlanta locations in Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fulton and Gwinnett counties.
Educare Atlanta Center
404 Fulton Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30312
Phone: 404-582-9100
Fax: 404-582-9101
Center Director: Shirleta Lawrence

Early Head Start (Atlanta Technical College Child Development Center) provides early, continuous, intensive, and comprehensive child development and family support services to low-income infants and toddlers and their families, and pregnant women and their families.
Phone: 404-225-4581
Address: 1560 Metropolitan Pkwy SW Atlanta, GA 30310
Register at: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning
(877)255-4254

TeachX – Genius Pop-Ups  provides free master classes to students in grades 3-12 in the Carver cluster schools. Students can choose between fashion design, entrepreneurship, animation, and audio/film production.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Phone: 404-654-0788
Email: hey@goteachx.org

Job Corps is a no-cost education and vocational training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps low income young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through residential vocational and academic training. Job Corps offers a comprehensive array of career development services to at-risk young women and men, to prepare them for successful careers. Most students live at the Job Corps center they are assigned to, but many centers allow nonresidential students.
Phone: 800-733-5627
Website: https://www.jobcorps.gov/students

Automotive Training Center is a program in Atlanta, Georgia that provides young men and women with technical training so that they may obtain entry-level employment in the automotive repair industry. ATC was founded on the principle that all of its students have untapped potential that has not developed because of their specific life circumstances. ATC gives its students opportunities to grow the technical and entrepreneurial skills they already possess.
Phone: 404-507-2058
Website: https://www.automotivetrainingcenter.org/our-program

Year Up is a one-year, intensive training program that provides low-income young adults, ages 18-24, with a combination of hands-on skill development, coursework eligible for college credits, corporate internships and wraparound support.

Phone: 855-YEARUP1

Hire Atlanta Youth The City of Atlanta has launched a campaign to employ Atlanta’s youth and young adults this summer (ages 14-24). Find applications for a variety of opportunities on their website. 

Website: https://www.hireatlantayouth.com/hire-atlanta-youth

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Additional Resources

Self Care Resources for Black Girls During Stressful Times

February 1st, 2021|

After the past few weeks of destructive natural disasters, domestic terrorist attacks, and being catcalled walking to the metro more times than I can count, I thought it’d be a good idea to compile some of my favorite black girl centric media platforms and artists that have helped me unpack, recharge, and rebuild recently. Hopefully sharing this can help you identify new mediums to engage with for your self care!

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