Founded in the Northside as Neighborhood Housing Services, we’ve been helping our neighbors prepare to purchase and maintain homes they can afford for more than 50 years. NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania is your partner across the entire spectrum of homeownership, from first-time homebuyer education to foreclosure prevention counseling.
LIFE Pittsburgh is an all-inclusive program for people whose health issues interfere with their daily lives but, with our help, are capable of living safely and independently in the community. Our coordinated plan of care includes medical, social, and daily living support.
Healthy Ride is the public bike sharing system in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pick up or drop off at these Healthy Ride bike stations located in Central Northside: Federal St. & E North Ave. Arch St. & Jacksonia St.
At FNB, we believe that doing the right thing for our customers starts with making our communities even better places to live and work – and that the best way to do that is to get involved. From financial support to employee volunteerism, FNB is actively engaged with the projects, organizations and decisions that shape the regions where we do business.
Standing tall in Pittsburgh’s North Side, the glowing tower of Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) has become recognized as a place of medical excellence. We are committed to improving and maintaining the good health of people in our communities and utilizing every possible technology, resource and talent to make that happen.
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh provides innovative museum experiences that inspire joy, creativity and curiosity. Hands-on, interactive exhibit areas at the Museum include The Studio, MAKESHOP, Waterplay, Nursery, Theater and Backyard.
A New Museum for Older Kids! Kids 10+ can work with makers to create everything from furniture to apps, experiment with cutting edge technology in the creation of art, climb three stories on a unique sculpture, collaborate on one-of-a-kind art installations and more!
The Saturday Light Brigade radio program airs weekly for 6 hours. In addition to air live youth performances and youth media projects, the studio provides museum visitors with the opportunity to observe and take part in live broadcasts. SLB is heard on these stations: 88.3 WRCT Pittsburgh/Carnegie Mellon University, PCTV Comcast 21 Pittsburgh and Verizon 47 Greater Pittsburgh.