There is a Homeownership Seminar happening this Wednesday, Jan 31 at the Spartan Center. And the Housing Authority City of Pittsburgh will be opening its Gladstone waitlist for Project Based Vouchers on February 6 at 8 am.
The 2024 Union Pipeline Program will assist Greater Hazelwood residents with an interest within local trades in the construction industry. This opportunity will provide access to the Laborers Union of Western PA, Local 373. Individuals who complete the entry apprenticeship process (40 hours/1 week) will then be able to work on active construction site and/or on the University of Pittsburgh Cell and Gene Bio project.
POORLAW (People of Origin Rightfully Loved And Wanted) and GH-CARED (Greater Hazelwood Coalition Against Racial And Ethnic Disparities) are advertising for the hiring of an individual or corporation to conduct a market feasibility study to establish an employer-community-owned cooperative grocery store in the Greater Hazelwood community.
Attached you will find an RFP with the scope of work and type of persons we are looking for. If you are interested we ask that you respond to the RFP by 5pm on January 31st.
Q&A and More Information
We have scheduled two information and Q&A sessions regarding the project. Please respond to the doodle poll selecting which session you will be attending by Friday, January 19th. Upon selection of the session, Emily Higgs will send you a Google Meet link and a calendar invite to the session.
The Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania is working to bring together local service providers, the legal community, and court systems to establish court-connected eviction prevention programs at the local level.
This toolkit is intended to support the important work of local champions seeking to create formal partnerships between Magisterial District Courts and social service providers with expertise in addressing housing crises.
The relationships between tenants and landlords can seem adversarial and crisis experienced by either can add tension to this relationship. But the reality is that tenants and landlords need each other to be successful. And our schools, local business and neighborhoods also need both landlords and tenants to be successful.
P.O.O.R.L.A.W (People Of Origin Rightfully Loved And Wanted) and Praise Temple Deliverance Church, two nonprofit organizations are seeking a qualified firm or individual to serve as General Contractor for a construction project.
For the past 2 years POORLAW, GH-CARED and Praise Deliverance Church have been negotiating with Giant Eagle to bring their Mobile Market to the Greater Hazelwood Community. Our efforts are finally being recognized as the unit is now scheduled to be in the community 2 days a week. POORLAW, GH-CARED, and Praise Deliverance Church would like to thank Hazelwood Initiative, Arts Excursion Unlimited, Housing Authority City of Pittsburgh, and ARCO for all their hard work on this project.
Tuesday, October 3rd from 6:30pm-8pm at the Propel School in Hazelwood.
This renovation of this former pastoral house for Good Shepherd Church will be an affordable rental for a larger family.
The Housing Alliance is releasing a new fact sheet on the impact of evictions on school stability. Evictions have an outsized impact on children, particularly on their health, education and mental health.