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Administrative - Clerical / Administrative - Professional / Clinical Services / Customer Service / Healthcare: 08/13/2022: Program Manager - Overdose Prevention: Health Department: Administrative - Management / Communications and Public Information / Customer Service / Human Services / Public Health: 08/13/2022: Public Health Nurse: $74,802 per ...
Spokespersons for the Allegheny County Health Department and the Central Outreach Wellness Center could not be reached for comment Thursday night. An initial case of monkeypox was confirmed Wednesday.
Aging Waiver * (Transitioned to Community HealthChoices) Home and Community-Based Services Waiver for Individuals Ages 60 and Older. Aging Home and Community-Based Waiver Services may be available to Pennsylvanians over the age of 60 to enable them to continue to live in their homes and communities with support and services.
In Pennsylvania, the Department of Human Services administers 10 Medicaid waivers and the Living Independence for the Elderly Program (LIFE). On May 22, 2008, the Governor announced the newest waiver, which addresses the needs of adults living with autism. Learn more about the Autism Waiver.
Set among 212 rolling acres in West Mifflin, CCAC's South Campus serves Allegheny County's southern communities and the Mon Valley region. The campus is located off PA Route 885 not far from Jefferson Hospital and is easily accessed by both PA Route 51 and PA Turnpike 43 as well as by public transportation.
A years-long, federally funded study of how to help low-income families with kids move to neighborhoods that offer more opportunities is getting underway in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.
Student Services. CCAC is committed to supporting your personal and academic efforts. No matter which of the four CCAC campuses you choose, services and resources are available to help you achieve your goals. As part of our commitment to supporting student achievement, we offer a variety of services and resources. Go to Student Services
Find your county drug and alcohol office Local treatment programs are administered through county drug and alcohol offices called Single County Authorities. These programs can help with treatment funding, assess the need for treatment or other services, and make referrals to match treatment and/or service needs.