At the Family Centers of Allegheny County, parents meet other parents, kids learn and play and families get the support they need.

Helpful connections and resources for your family

Programs for infants, toddlers and preschoolers that encourage learning

Parenting support groups for parents of children up to 18 years of age

Home visits for pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers

Advocacy training for caregivers who want to contribute to their community

Baby Formula Shortage Information:
The Allegheny County Health Department and UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh have provided information regarding the baby formula shortage and guidelines for families who need to find alternatives. Please review the items below to become more informed about this shortage.
Formula Shortage PowerPoint
Retiro De Fórmulas De Bebé
Formula Shortage Infographic – English
Formula Shortage Infographic – Arabic
Formula Shortage Infographic – Dari
Formula Shortage Infographic – Nepali
Formula Shortage Infographic – Pashto
Formula Shortage Infographic – Russian
Formula Shortage Infographic – Spanish
Formula Shortage Infographic – Swahili
Formula Shortage Infographic – Uzbek

"Times can get hard overnight. When my husband lost his job, we couldn’t afford some of the basics for our baby. Our neighbor told me that we could turn to the family center around the corner for some help. It’s made all the difference."

"I could feel my son and me growing apart. I knew we had to reconnect before he got into middle school. Thank goodness for the parents in the parenting group at my local family center. Just sharing our stories gave me new ideas that seem to be working."

"Being a single parent can get lonely. My neighborhood’s family center gives us parents and our kids a chance to meet and have some fun together. Who knew how quickly strangers could bond? And it’s all free. Even the food!"

Your neighborhood Family Center is ready and waiting for you and your child to walk through the door and get started.