Immigrant Services

Immigrant Services and Connections (ISAC)

ISAC helps immigrants and refugee families living in Allegheny County with barriers of language and/or culture connect to valuable community services, strengthen their natural supports and increase self-sufficiency.

Visit the ISAC services page to see how they can help.

Hear more about how ISAC can connect you with valuable services by viewing videos in English, Swahili (Kiswahili), Spanish (Español), Nepali (नेपाली) or Arabic (عربى).

Hello Neighbor

Hello Neighbor’s Smart Start Program matches local volunteers with new refugee and immigrant mothers to serve as allies and advocates as they learn to navigate motherhood in a new city and culture. The program focuses on refugee and immigrant moms who are pregnant or have newborns or children under the age of five.

Check out Smart Start to learn more and get connected!

Jewish Family and Community Services (JFCS)

JFCS aids foreign-born individuals and families with with resettlement, employment assistance, and local service connections. They help families secure housing and provide essential items like furniture, food, and clothing to establish stability. Refugee employment services offer transport to interviews, resume help, and post-employment support. Weekly support groups in native languages foster community, sharing experiences, and mutual learning.

Visit JFCS program page to learn more and see how to connect.

Casa San Jose

Casa San Jose is a Pittsburgh-based organization supporting immigrants and their families, offering legal aid, advocacy, and community resources. They provide services like language interpretation, educational programs, and help accessing healthcare and social services. Casa San Jose fosters inclusivity and empowerment within the immigrant community, promoting dignity and rights.