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NOTICE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic ISAC is experiencing a significant increase in requests for assistance.  As a result, it is taking staff longer than normal to return calls and respond to referrals.  Thank you for your patience.

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Eligibility Notice: ISAC can only serve individuals who reside in Allegheny County with a language or cultural barrier who fall into one of the following categories: immigrants, children of immigrants, individuals from US territories, US citizens born and raised outside of the continental United States. Those who do not meet these requirements should call United Way at 2-1-1 or the Community COVID Hotline at 412-422-0400 to be directed to the appropriate services.

Please note, the client will receive a call back in the order referrals are received unless referral is indicated as an emergency. Referring parties will not be contacted unless further information is needed.



ISAC is not a crisis intervention service. If you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency, please call 911.

ISAC provides interpretation for its clients according to language access requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. ISAC is not an interpretation service and does not provide interpretation for non-ISAC staff.

We will communicate with you in your language