All Western Pennsylvania Neighbors are empowered to achieve sustainable financial security within their community.
NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania creates greater neighborhood wealth through accessible financial education, coaching, and community leadership development.
|   ||Integrity   ||We promote an environment of transparency, accountability and honesty built on respect and trust.|
|   ||Community Building   ||We seek locally-driven solutions incorporating the leadership of our various Neighbors and Stakeholders, building on diversity as a strength and working in partnership with others to achieve results.|
|   ||Empowerment   ||We encourage our Neighbors to achieve self-sufficiency through motivation, education and wealth-building.|
|   ||Success   ||We facilitate measurable, positive, life-changing outcomes for our Neighbors.|
Founded in 1968 by the now-legendary community organizer Dorothy Richardson, NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania was the first community-based group to respond to the lack of safe and affordable housing and has become a model for similar organizations all around the country.
NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania is now a community leader for sustainable homeownership within the region. NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania forges critical relationships with financial institutions, government officials, and neighborhood residents to offer an array of homeownership services.
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NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania services are available at these locations:
East Side Neighborhood Employment Center
Pittsburgh Hill District
First Source Center
Human Services Inc.
The Kingsley Association
Lawrence County Community Action Partnership
NeighborWorks Home Ownership Center
Services are available at the above locations by appointment only.  For details of services available, please see Programs & Services, and to schedule an appointment, please call (412) 281-9773.