Upcoming Events

  • Apr 16, 7:00 AM – May 16, 11:00 AM
    Multiple Locations: Mon Valley
    City of Duquesne moved forward with issuing shut off notices during a pandemic. TAMV responded by assisting eight families with paying water bills (over $2,000). We have re-opened the program to help more families. The program will run until we have helped 10 more families, or until May 31, 2021.
  • May 06, 10:05 AM – May 31, 11:45 PM
    Multiple Locations: Mon Valley
    The program is designed to assist people in the Mon Valley with getting to doctors appointments, grocery stores and food/supply drives (related to the coronavirus). Residents in other areas of Allegheny County can apply but, special consideration is given to people who live in the Mon Valley.

TAMV is no longer doing the porch delivery. Our goal was to do them until the stay at home order was lifted.  See below for other community resources (please note that the resources listed below are not TAMV programs). Therefore, you will have to contact them directly with questions. There is a list of other community programs on our home page as well. 

Community Delivery Hotline for People Without Transportation (available to anyone in Allegheny County) to apply call or text  412-568-3579.

McKeesport Agape Center Delivery Program (available to anyone in McKeesport & surrounding communities) to apply call 412-874-2158.

Pastors of the City of Duquesne have come together to establish a fund to assist residents who are facing water termination due to their income being affected during COVID 19. If you live in the city of Duquesne, and have received a water termination notice from the City of Duquesne Water Authority, we may be able to help. Please click here to apply for assistance Duquesne Water Assistance Application (google.com)

PA 211 Southwest  is open 24x7 to provide information and referral services. People can reach 211 by phone (just dial 2-1-1), by texting (text your zip code to 898-211), or by live chat on our website www.pa211sw.org.  211 can help guide people to the programs that they qualify for.  These programs include:

 

COVID-19 Emergency Basic Needs Assistance Fund.  This program is available for folks who have been impacted by COVID-19 and can be applied towards utility bills.  A person can apply by calling 211 or completing the application at www.pa211sw.org.  Click on the “COVID-19 Application” under the “Get Help” menu.  211 resource navigators can help complete the application as well.