Upcoming Events

  • TAMV Wellness June Sessions : Racial Injustice
    Multiple Dates
    Jun 06, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Zoom
    Focus: Housing Injustice All sessions are facilitated by Black therapist from organizations such as Onyx Therapy Group etc.
  • TAMV Wellness June Sessions : Educational Issues
    Multiple Dates
    Jun 13, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Zoom
    Focus: Educational System Issues All sessions are facilitated by Black therapist from organizations such as Onyx Therapy Group etc.
  • TAMV Wellness June Sessions : Grief Support
    Multiple Dates
    Jun 23, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Zoom
    Focus: For those who lost loved ones due to racial injustice All sessions are facilitated by Black therapist from organizations such as Onyx Therapy Group etc.
  • HBCU Application Assistance via Common College Application
    Time is TBD
    TAMV will provide application details
    The Common Black College Application allows students to submit a single application to all of our Participating Member Institutions for $20, interact with school counselors, learn about HBCUs, and more to further your college preparation experience.

Effective January 1, 2022, Take Action Mon Valley (TAMV) will be rebranding and re-structuring our programming (this includes the transportation assistance program). The transportation program will now be seasonal and will start again September 1st -December 31st

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. 

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.

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.