CommunicAID, the local nonprofit, helps a family find a new home through new initiative this year.
- CommunicAID's Mercer Center housing initiative helped the White family find a new apartment after experiencing temporary homelessness
- The Mercer Center's family center was able to provide services to the family to find a new apartment
- The housing initiative in partnership with Homes For All allowed the center to renovate a 12-apartment block earlier this year
- Mercer Center and CommunicAID situated in an area struggling with crime, poverty and education
- The family appreciates the help CommunicAID's Mercer Center provided to them
- CommunicAID is dedicated to the work they do in the community
- "Our goal at CommunicAID is to help communities that need it the most and to create a lifelong commitment to them and their citizens in the process." - CommunicAID's President, Suzanne J. McGrath
- "Working with the Whites and their housing situation and helping others that use our services is what makes our jobs at CommunicAID so rewarding."- CommunicAID's Director of Housing Services, Hannah Jones
Director of Public Relations, CommunicAID
1322 Main St. Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Brandon, Jamal, Marc and Terri White (left to right) sitting in their new apartment they moved into last weekend.
The newly renovated 12-block apartment building on 2323 Aynor St. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania opened in January as a result of a partnership between CommunicAID and Homes For All.