Pittsburgh Domestic Violence Lawyers – help with legal protection from abuse
In Pittsburgh, (412) 281-9906
In Cranberry, (724) 774-9906
In Allegheny County, victims of domestic violence should report to the third floor (Room 3030) of Allegheny County Family Court located at 440 Ross Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., Monday through Friday except during court holidays. Assistance in completing the PFA petition will be given and a hearing will be conducted at 1:00 p.m.
Domestic Violence Lawyers Website
Armstrong County – Helping Abuse Victims in Need – (724) 548-8888
Butler County – VOICE victim outreach – (724) 776-5910
Fayette County – (724) 439-9500
Greene County – (724) 852-2463
Indiana County – Alice Paul House – (724) 349-4444
Lawrence County – Crisis Shelter – (724) 652-9036
Washington County – Women’s Shelter – (724) 223-9190
Compiled by Drs. Eslter, Moody and Nease, Residents at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.
Last updated on Oct 20th, 2006.
Offers a 24-hour Hotline, counseling services, emergency housing, advocacy services, parenting classes, and case management services.
-CONTACT INFO: HOTLINE, (412) 364-5556
They offer parenting classes and a camp opportunity where kids and families can get out of their routine and into a place that supports family development and closeness. Parent, child and faily counseling. Crisis intervention services.
Locations in McKeesport, South Side, Downtown, North Side, and 18 public housing communities
-CONTACT INFO: Main number, (412) 683-7517
-WARMLINE – hotline for kids at risk or parents who feel they may hurt their kids, (800) 641-4546.
Offers emergency Family Crisis Services
201 S. Highland Ave