Catholic Charities offers support and assistance to women who are possibly pregnant, pregnant, or parenting an infant up to age one, and to the biological fathers. Services are available at all Catholic Charities county offices and sites including our Roselia Program for homeless, single, pregnant and parenting mothers 18 or older and their infants.
Women concerned about an unplanned pregnancy can receive free confidential help and emotional support. Counselors provide pregnancy testing and can discuss options that are in the best interest of both the mother and child, including information on parenting and adoption choices.
Information on childbirth, child growth and development, and parenting techniques.
Parents play a critical role in their children’s ability to adjust during the transition of divorce or parental separation. Learn how to help your children adjust to the changes—feelings associated with divorce; ways that children of different ages react during transition; a parenting approach that will benefit the children; suggested ways for talking to children about divorce; and other adjustments children will need to make. Offered through Beaver, Greene and Washington County offices only.
Diapers, formula, and clothing.
Catholic Charities is the primary social service agency of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, serving all, regardless of religious affiliation, at their time of great need.