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Society of St. Vincent de Paul

1243 N. Franklin St
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
United States

Phone: 412-321-1071 


Available Programs: Clothing, Furniture and Thrift Sources, Rental Assistance, Short Term & Crisis Funding, Supplemental Food, Utilities Assistance

Information: Sr. Vincent de Paul Society supports two major food pantries serving hundreds of clients each month. They are located on the North Side of Pittsburgh and in Butler. Through its Indigent Burial Program, the Society provides a dignified burial for indigent persons or persons who have no family. St. Vincent de Paul offers clothing vouchers through its six conven-iently located thrift stores. Depending upon the availability of funds, utility assistance (gas, electric, water) is provided by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Conferences throughout the year for individuals who are experiencing a crisis and can-not afford their regular monthly payments. Locations also in Butler, Castle Shannon, Coraopolis, Penn Hills, Sharpsburg, and Monroeville. Michael's Place is a voluntary residential program intended to help ex-offenders make a successful transition from jail or prison to independent living. Affirming the ideals of St. Vincent de Paul, Michael's Place stresses compassionate healing in a program that encompasses the spiritual, physical, psychological and social well being of the residents. Michael's Place accepts men, who are homeless, willing to live by house rules, participate fully in a recovery program such as AA and/or NA and attend out patient therapy when needed. Expected stay is approximately six months.