Here are some links to help you with many different needs.

If you need to connect with resources in your community, but don’t know where to look, PA 211 is a great place to start. From help with a utilities bill, to housing assistance, after-school programs for kids, and more.
The Allegheny Conference on Community Development is one of the United States’ foremost civic leadership organizations. For more than 75 years, the Conference has been bringing together public and private sector leaders. Through the support of the Regional Investors Council, we are improving the economic future and quality of life of the 10-county Pittsburgh region.
PA CareerLink provides many different resources for finding and applying for jobs, interview information, as well as training and high education.
The mission of Dress for Success Pittsburgh is to empower women who are entering and returning to the workforce across Southwestern PA.
The Early Learning Resource Center has programs for parents who work at least 25 hours a week and meet the income guidelines, financial help for childcare is possible for children from birth to age 12.
This resource guide is provided by CareerLink as a job seeker resource. In addition to having job related resources it also provides information on Housing Programs, Utility Assistance, Budget & Credit Counseling, and much more.
Own or operate a business in Greene County?  Click here to help protect your business in case of an emergency. The Greene County Department of Emergency Services is requesting that each business in Greene County complete the attached 2023 Business Survey. They are updating and expanding the business contact database for use if there is an incident or situation involving your business. The information will be used only by the 911 Call Center and Greene County Emergency Management Agency office. If you have any questions, please contact Richard Policz, Director, Greene County Department of Emergency Services.