Holy Family Institute
Rating: 4.71 stars 14 14 reviews
Children & Youth
8235 Ohio River Boulevard Pittsburgh PA 15202 USA
In the rich tradition of Catholic social teaching and rooted in the heritage of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, we empower children and families to lead responsible lives and develop healthy relationships built on faith, hope and love. Our Values
This year, we were able to seek and secure full funding for two essential programs for at-risk children: SNAP and the Parent-Child Home Program. SNAP - Stop Now and Plan - is an award-winning, evidence-based program for boys and girls betwen the ages of 6 and 11 which teaches children to use coping skills to avoid trouble and control their behavior. SNAP helps both children and their parens effectively deal with anger by teaching them to respond in a way that makes their problems seem smaller, not bigger. The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) is an evidence-based, early literacy, parenting and school readiness program for children from 16 months to 3 years of age. Young children prepare for school by increasing language and literacy skills, enhancing social-emotional development and strengthening the parent-child relationship.
At-risk children, youth and families living in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Last year, Holy Family Institute served over 9,000 children and families.
Geographic areas served:
Allegheny, Armstrong and Indiana Counties
At-risk children, youth and families can access residential living, in-home services, mental health counseling, alternative educational services, youth workforce development programs, drug, alcohol and gambling addiction counseling and utility assistance services.
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I completed my undergraduate internship with HFI, and not a day goes by that I don't think of the staff and clients I was lucky enough to work with, two years ago. HFI truly thinks about the best interest of each individual child that enters their services. I learned what it means to be compassionate. Thank you HFI, for a real, life changing experience. I would not be the person that I am today without Miss V and Mr. Bart.
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