The UHC Community Resource Guide provides students, faculty, staff, and community members a database of organizations and offices in the city of Pittsburgh who are engaged in various communities and issues. The guide is divided by community or by specific issue based on the categories below. Each specific category lists the organizations and offices engaged in that area, a brief description of the organization's efforts, and a link to the organizational website for students to further explore.
Students browsing the site who would like to learn more about a specific organization or to discuss ways that they may connect their academics to support the listed organization should set up an appointment with the UHC Academic Community Engagement Advisor.
UHC Community Resource Guide
- Domestic, Sexual, and Substance Abuse
- Environmentalism, Sustainability, and Conservation
- Educational Inequity and Youth Enrichment
- Housing Justice and Homelessness
- Hunger and Food Justice
- Immigrants and Refugees
- Prison Rights
If you are Pittsburgh-based organization or office and would like to have your organization's information included in the resource guide please contact Holly Hickling (email@example.com).