Meals for Friends

        Meals for Friends is an independent Meals on Wheels program which we are glad to host.
        Meals are cooked on site and delivered by volunteers to homebound individuals of all ages.
        To volunteer or to inquire about services, please call 412-824-2400.

Welcoming Immigrants Housing Project


        Our goal is to provide a variety of supports for asylum seekers.
        Pastor Theophilus is the coordinator for this project.

Mental Illness Awareness Useful Information and Contacts

         Mental Illness Awareness Week October 2-8, 2022
         Each year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. However, mental illness affects everyone directly or indirectly through family, friends or coworkers. Despite mental illnesses’ reach and prevalence, stigma and misunderstanding are also, unfortunately, widespread.
         . Since 1990, when Congress officially established the first full week of October as Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW), advocates have worked together to sponsor activities, large or small, to educate the public about mental illness.
         For mental health screening and local information go to https://mhaswpa.org
         Mental Illness Awareness Week runs from October 2-8 and coincides with additional related events:
         • Tuesday Oct. 4: National Day of Prayer for Mental Illness Recovery and Understanding
         • Thursday Oct. 6: National Depression Screening Day
         • Saturday Oct. 8: NAMI Walks National Day of Hope
         • Monday Oct. 10: World Mental Health Day
         The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill is the leading national organization for everyone impacted by mental illness and brain disorders: families, advocates, those receiving treatment, friends and neighbors. NAMI has state and local chapters, including support groups for family members and those with mental illness.
         NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania Helpline (not a crisis hotline):
         1 (412) 366-3788 or 1 (888) 264-7972
         For general questions pertaining to mental health resources, please contact NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania at either phone number or email info@namikeystonepa.org
         NAMI Pittsburgh East PA – FAMILIAS Support Groups
         Talk to local people who understand what you are going through.
         Get support and useful information about how to navigate medications and the mental health system.
         There are two groups. Both meet at Beulah Presbyterian Church. Call to the FAMILIAS contact to learn about the schedule and how meetings are happening in the pandemic.
         NAMI Pittsburgh East – FAMILIAS Support Group for family and friends
         Spouse Support Group
         To learn more, please contact Mim Schwartz,
         Phone – (412) 731-4855 or Email – mimschwartz1@gmail.com
         Other Important Numbers and Contacts
         If you are concerned about suicide and don’t know what to do, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
         Everyone experiences moments of crisis in life. You might be struggling with depression or substance abuse. Or maybe you’re overwhelmed by problems at work, feeling lonely, or having a conflict with a loved one. Whether your problem is large or small, talking with someone can help. Most of all, don’t wait for a problem to get out of control.
         Just call resolve Crisis Services for help at 1-888-796-8226.


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