Permanent Supportive Housing- Pittsburgh Street House


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Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg
General Information
Description of ProgramThe Permanent Supportive Housing- Pittsburgh House is a shared living apartment located in Greensburg, PA that accommodates 8 tenants. The Pittsburgh Street House is a low-cost housing Program and funded through HUD. Tenants are required to pay monthly rent and are responsible for all of their daily living expenses. The Program is not staffed; however, each tenant receives support through a supportive case manager. The purpose of this service is to assist tenants in successfully achieving goals they identify for themselves, i.e. employment, higher education. Criteria for the Pittsburgh Street House: chronically homeless, mental health diagnosis, 18 years old +. The Program is committed to assisting military veterans; however, everyone meeting Program criteria is encouraged to apply
LocationWestmoreland
Geographic AreaWestmoreland, Greensburg, 15601
Intake ProcedureCall, Referral required, Walk in, Write, E-mail, Visit web site
Intake RequirementsApplication forms, Proof of address, Proof of household income, Referral form, Social security card/number, State ID, Utility bills
 
Client Information
Intended ParticipantsVeterans
 
Availability
Hours of OperationWeekdays, 8:00am to 4:00pm
 
Contact Information
Physical Site Address 1226 South Maple Avenue
Physical Site City, State, ZipGreensburg, PA 15601
Main Phone724-834-1260
TDD Phone724-834-3256
Fax724-838-9563
Web Addresshttp://who-inc.org/
 
Director Information
Director's NameStacey Sennett
 
Affiliated Agency and Services
Affiliated Agency:
Westmoreland Community Action
This Program: Permanent Supportive Housing- Pittsburgh Street House
Affiliated Services: Westmoreland Community Action, Permanent Supportive Housing - Pittsburgh Street House Program