Resources

Allegheny County Office of Intellectual Disability
The mission of the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) is to support Pennsylvanians with developmental disabilities to achieve greater independence, choice and opportunity in their lives. The office seeks to continuously improve an effective system of accessible services and supports that are flexible, innovative and person-centered.

Allegheny County Department of Human Services
Meeting the human service needs of county residents is what we do at DHS. Whether in an emergency or due to a long-term concern, DHS has programs and services to help.

PA 2-1-1 Southwest
Find the full range of human services available for residents of Allegheny and surrounding counties.

The Allegheny Link
Helps adults 60 years of age or older; people with disabilities; homeless individuals and families; pregnant women; and parents and caregivers of children six years of age and younger.

Drug & Alcohol Services After-hours Access
Behavioral health counselors can assist callers with information on accessing drug and alcohol treatment services.

Office of Community Services
Many of the supports have income eligibility requirements.

Access
ACCESS is door-to-door, advance reservation, shared–ride transportation provided throughout Allegheny County and to destinations in adjoining counties within 1.5 miles of the Allegheny County line.

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
MATP provides non-emergency medical transportation services for persons with active MA accounts.  

re:solve Crisis Network
After-hours drug and alcohol services are available for individuals who experience a crisis involving substance use at re:solve. The re:solve Crisis Response Network emergency line operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

SeniorLine – Area Agency on Aging
Calls are answered by AAA care managers who assist with information and referrals for services and community programs for persons 60 years of age and older.