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Partnerships

Not Forgotten Home and Community services is proud and honored to partner with the following organizations:

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CITY Connections is a community - based transition program for students ages 18 -21 who require continued education in order to meet the goals defined in their Individualized Education Program (IEP). Post -secondary goals identified by the student, family, school team and community partners help design a program that can meet individual needs and help prepare students for life after graduation.

Designed by Pittsburgh architects Pratt, Schafer & Slowik, the Italian Renaissance-style Frick Art Museum was built by founder Helen Clay Frick to house her collection of fine and decorative arts, as well as paintings, sculpture and porcelains that she had inherited from her father. Strengths of the collection include French 18th-century painting and decorative arts, early Italian Renaissance painting, Renaissance and Baroque bronzes, and extraordinary Chinese porcelains.

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The Self-Advocacy Voices mentorship incubator program empowers people with disabilities to give voice to their interests, passions, knowledge, and experiences through public speaking within a supportive environment of peers and mentors.

Working together to increase the awareness of resources available to the special needs community through networking, promotion, and advocacy.

 

The Special Needs Consortium exists to provide a place where all services and opportunities can be shared to support families and individuals.

Consortium members mainly serve the counties of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, the City of Pittsburgh and surrounding counties in Pennsylvania.

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The Baierl Family YMCA is more than just a fitness center. It's a place where families come together, individuals reach their wellness goals, and the community strengthens bonds. Their state-of-the-art facilities provide you with a wide range of opportunities to improve your physical fitness, boost your mental well-being, and engage in meaningful social activities.

Founded by the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan as a NYC film festival in 2007, ReelAbilities blazed a trail as the first event of its kind, exclusively showcasing films by and about people with disabilities.


It has evolved into the nation’s premier organization dedicated to promoting awareness and appreciation of the stories and artistic expressions of people with disabilities through film, aiming to create a more just, inclusive, and accessible society, both on and off screen.

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Creative Citizen Studios (CCS) uses art to bring people of all abilities together. We work with artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities to make, exhibit, and sell their work. Our weekly art classes, workshops, and exhibit opportunities help promote our artists while connecting them with a larger community of artists.

The Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is a celebration of the arts in downtown Pittsburgh unlike any other in the nation.

 

Each of its world-class, multi-disciplinary performing and visual arts attractions is free to attend and open to everyone.

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The Mission of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall is to build community with a library, theater, and historic site that welcome, inform, entertain, and engage the community and the region in lifelong learning.

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh empowers people to transform their lives through life-long learning, digital literacy and connections to others.

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LIFE Pittsburgh is an all-inclusive program for people whose health issues interfere with their daily lives but, with our help, are capable of living safely and independently in the community. Our coordinated plan of care includes medical, social, and daily living support.

Emphasis in the design of our facilities is placed on providing optimum functionality in order to help you return home or to a lower level of care.

 everyone.

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We are a group of artists, both seasoned professional and passionate beginners, residing west of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

The West Hills artists are as diverse in their media as they are in expressing their creative voice. You'll find a wide array of art ranging from traditional watercolors and oils, to landscapes in acrylics, portraits in pastel, sculptures in clay and so much more! 

A proud member of the Partners For Quality family of nonprofit agencies, Citizen Care has been committed to providing services and supports to individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism since 1975. The agency reflects a person-centered philosophy in which people receiving services are gainfully employed, engaged in their communities, and are treated with dignity & respect. Citizen Care is privileged to help them achieve their goals and dreams.

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At Honus Wagner Apartments in Carnegie, PA, we celebrate affordable senior living with modern amenities and top-notch service.

Location is vital, and our 62+ low-income apartments in Carnegie are perfectly situated. Just moments away from Carnegie Stage and Carnegie Coffee Company, local attractions are easily accessible via car or public transportation.

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Letters of Love knows that our strength lies not only in the words they stand by, but most importantly through the actions of their initiatives. Their loving community provides emotional support to children battling cancer and other serious illnesses through handmade cards.

They want each and every child to know that they are loved, supported, and never alone. Letters of Love provides an opportunity for youth K-College to make a real difference in our world through our clubs, and works with ages 1-100 to make cards for our little superheroes. They teach their members that they can change the world with small acts of kindness, and they don't need money to do so. Letters of Love is a completely free club and nonprofit organization that has sent over 200,000 cards to patients in children's hospitals across the world. 

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At Brother André’s Cafe, they serve much more than gourmet coffee, baked goods and handcrafted Christian gifts. They serve Christ.

 

As an outreach of Move a Mountain Missions, we provide employment opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), promote products from vulnerable communities in developing countries and provide a place of community and Christian fellowship. 

Our Community  Partners:

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