Neighborhood Aid served the residents of Dormont and Mt. Lebanon during the quarantine phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that we no longer have regular requests for help, we are ceasing operation. However, the below services are available for support.

Allegheny County Official COVID-19 Hotline with United Way/211


24/7 Trained call center for all county questions including financial help, food assistance, and unemployment compensation.

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We know that changes to routines and uncertainty with schools, jobs and financial situations can strain families already vulnerable when dealing with mental health concerns. During these uncertain times, Outreach Teen & Family Services remains open to provide mental health counseling for children, ages 5-21, and their parents. We are considered a “life-essential” business by Governor Wolf.
Adults who are 60 years of age or older and residents of Allegheny County must first call the Allegheny County Area Agency on Aging Senior Line at 412-350-5460. A care manager will talk with you about your specific needs to help determine whether or not you may be eligible for services. If you are eligible (primarily financially), you can get five nutritious balanced meals delivered to your home each week for a fee.
(412) 854-9120 ext. 108
Food, clothing, and utility assistance. Support programs for children, families, and individuals. Interfaith initiatives, community gardens and more.

Three fully-stocked food pantries at SHIM Center at Bethel Park, SHIM Family Center in Baldwin-Whitehall and Baldwin United Presbyterian Church are available. Click for details.

Senior emergency food boxes are available on a monthly basis for eligible seniors aged 60 and older. One-time emergency food is also available to anyone in need.