The Center’s wellness program is called the Pittsburgh Cooperative. The purpose of the Co-op is to form a community of support among Stewart Center families that promotes health and wellness. The Co-op also supports food security in a way that affirms dignity.


Co-op members have access to fresh produce and workshops including: nutrition education, health screenings, physical activities, mental/emotional support, and spiritual enrichment.  The Center partners with Atlanta Community Food Bank as well as local farms, chefs, counselors, and instructors who facilitate the wellness workshops.


  • Donate: Your donation can support our expenses for food and services. Click here to donate.
  • Volunteer: Volunteer opportunities are available for chefs and counselors. Please email Program Director, Ashley Hicks, at ashley@stewartcenter.org for details.


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