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Public Notice:

At Familylinks, our priority remains the health and safety of our clients and our team, and we continue to take measures to protect against the spread of the COVID-19. Last week we made the decision to cancel all events and suspend volunteer activities until further notice. This week we have made the necessary modifications to our programs and services, in accordance with guidelines set by local and state government, so we can continue to serve individuals and families in western Pennsylvania.

As public health officials assess the risk, we are closely monitoring the spread of the virus and evaluating potential implications. We will continue to share all updates on our website and social media pages.

The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services has created a support and referral helpline for COVID-19. To review the details click here.

For the most up to date information regarding COVID-19, please visit the CDC website.

  

NEWS

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....
When a woman makes her way through Familylinks’ Family Treatment Center (FTC) program, she focuses on her inner self and her internal journey of recovery. Volunteer Meg Frattare wants to make sure that when these women in recovery are ready to move out on their own again, they receive an external...

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