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Community Partners

Allegheny Center Alliance Church collaborates with other Christian community development organizations as well as neighborhood groups and organizations in our efforts to bring God's shalom to the North Side of Pittsburgh.

Christian Counselors Collaborative
The Christian Counselors Collaborative (CCC) is a non-profit organization, grown from the Counseling Ministries at ACAC.  The CCC provides Christian counseling for anyone in the Pittsburgh area at an affordable cost.  Our goal is to bring God’s healing to those in distress, incorporating Christian belief into the process of counseling.  United Way contributor’s choice #11088176.  Website: www.cccpgh.org

At Urban Impact, we're providing options for those who have few or no options. We enlist God’s help in building positive relationships with youth on Pittsburgh’s North Side. We ask for His guidance in mending the wounds of needy children. From there we can work to change Pittsburgh one person, one family, and one block at a time. United Way Contributor's Choice #9532

According to the latest reports, approximately 2,000 people in Greater Pittsburgh are homeless. Even more suffer from poverty and hunger and are on the verge of becoming homeless. Light of Life helps hurting people like these find hope and purpose, and equips them with the tools they need transform their lives. United Way Contributor's Choice #223

The Women’s Choice Network empowers abortion-vulnerable women to choose life.  Since 1985, our Centers have provided life affirming pregnancy services to thousands of families in Pittsburgh.  In 2009, our Centers reorganized as Women’s Choice Network with a vision to offer these services in neighborhoods with greatest need. We currently serve in Oakland, Monroeville Mall, Wexford, Wilkinsburg, and McKeesport. The East Ohio Street location is our sixth center and opened in 2012.

To serve or give, go to www.mypregnancycenter.org today or call 724-935-0130. You may give a gift on our website or write a check of any amount to: Women’s Choice Network, PO Box 15034, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.

The mission of Pine Valley Bible Camp is to reach Pittsburgh's urban poor and disadvantaged youth with the Gospel of Christ through their excellent summer camp program - The Nehemiah Project. United Way Contributor's Choice #931352

L.I.V.I.N.G. Ministry-
(
Love Initiated Ventures Investing in Neglected Groups)

L.oving guys no matter what their circumstance is
I.ntiating purposeful and meaningful contact with the homeless
V.enturing into neglected and forsaken communities
I.vesting our time, gifts, and resources for the sake of the Gospel
N.oticing those that are neglected and looked down upon in society
G.iving honor and dignity to those grouped as homeless and needy

Motivated to live our Christian principles, the mission of the North Side Christian Health Center is to provide whole-person primary health care to underserved persons on the Northside and surrounding neighborhoods. North Side Christian Health Center was founded in 1993 by a group of doctors and community leaders who had a vision to serve the medically uninsured on the Northside with comprehensive, faith-based primary and preventive health care that addresses the whole person: body, mind and spirit.

Northside Common Ministries (NCM) is a non-profit organization established in 1982 by 30 independent local churches. Recognizing the needs of the economically disadvantaged in an urban setting, NCM addresses the needs of the homeless and hungry in Pittsburgh. The mission of Northside Common Ministries is to answer the call of Jesus to "feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and receive the stranger" through its Pleasant Valley Emergency Shelter and Community Food Bank ministries.  1600 Brighton Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15212  United Way Donor #1476

Seeking Justice with the love of God. Christian Legal Aid of Pittsburgh, Inc. (CLA) strives to provide help, hope and healing to those in need in the Pittsburgh community through the provision of free legal advice and counseling. Since 2004, CLA has been providing pro bono legal services to individuals who meet the poverty guidelines, and currently serves residents of both Allegheny and Butler counties. We are part of a national network of clinics opened through the Christian Legal Society. 412-622-0232.

In addition to the organizations listed above, Allegheny Center Alliance Church has appreciated the opportunity to work cooperatively with many of the local neighborhood and business associations in service to our community. Among these are the Northside Leadership Conference, the East Allegheny Community Council, the Northside Chamber of Commerce, the Deutschtown Merchants Association, and others.