ISAC is funded by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services.
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Serving Our Community Since 2014
JFCS Refugee & Immigrant Services is recruiting foreign language interpreters. Interpreters needed! If you are fluent in English and another language(s), you can use your free time to earn extra money while helping JFCS help refugees and immigrants in our...
Did you know we host ISAC office hours across the city every day of the week? These sites are designed to make it convenient for you to get help with mail, phone calls, filling out forms, and more! If you have a question about something or need help, you can always...
Tax season is here, but there are plenty of resources available for you to get help with your taxes before the April 15 deadline. FREE TAX HELP United Way Tax Services If your household makes under $55,000 ($30,000 for single filer), you may be eligible to...
ISAC CAN HELP
Accessing community food pantries, applying for food assistance programs
Applying for low-income utility assistance programs
Help with locating housing, applying for public housing
School enrollment, communication with school staff
Accessing the US Healthcare system, medical assistance, and doctor’s appointments
Applying for government assistance programs
Assistance applying for green cards, citizenship, visas, and family reunification
Help with finding jobs and applying for authorization to work (EAD)