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It's that time of year again! Familylinks' took to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on February 1st to strengthen our best strategies and lobby our principal ideas. Later in March, we'll be doubling our efforts in Harrisburg. This year in D.C., Fred and our lobbyists met with...
After a nearly two-year renovation project, Familylinks leadership cut the ribbon marking the official opening of our new administrative offices in East Liberty. The new office at 401 N. Highland Avenue will allow Familylinks to better serve clients across western Pennsylvania. “This open...
For a young child struggling with the aftermath of abuse, a safe therapeutic environment is crucial for the recovery process. That’s what Familylinks’ Short Term Enhanced Programming (STEP) provides to children like Rachel, 9. When she first came to STEP, Rachel was tense and anxious any time she...
The transition from independent personal care to supported personal care can be challenging and every individual has a different support structure. When reviewing your options, it is important to look at your own family structure, culture and what expectations you and your family members may...
Familylinks Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of four new directors to its board. The new board members bring a wealth of varied experience to the organization, and represent Familylinks’ commitment to diversity. “These new members will join our already excellent board, bringing new...
Our new sign greets travelers coming into Pittsburgh via the Liberty Tunnels. There will be volunteer opportunities to plant flowers around the sign soon, but for now we're going with the traditional Pittsburgh traffic cone decor. 
With the epidemic of opioid overdoses and deaths, an awareness is growing that there isn’t just one answer for every individual who needs help breaking away from his or her addiction.  The hope that carries people through the challenges of recovery will be part of the celebration Friday at...
A sellout with nearly 350 guests, Just Jazz 4 featuring Honorary Chairs Charlie & Latasha Batch and the legendary band Spyro Gyra raised more than $65,000 to support critical Familylinks programs.  We would like to thank our Fusion Sponsors:         ...
The 30th Annual Lanny Frattare Golf Classic, held at St. Clair Country Club on July 11, was a huge success. More than $144,000 was raised for Familylinks programs. The winning team, pictured below with Lanny Frattare, was Nick Gubala, Colin Flannery, Vince Bianco and Mike Sedota....

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