Jeremiah’s Place is a nonprofit organization advocating for the safety and well-being of young children in Pittsburgh.
We seek to provide a safe nurturing temporary home for children ages six and under, 24-hours-a-day, every day of the year, so that no child will be left alone, harmed in an unexpected moment, or be fearful of what might happen next.
We seek to sustain the families in our communities. That may mean providing temporary care of the children during an emergency, helping families connect with local social service agencies, or connecting them with a mentor to walk alongside. Our goal is to empower families to remain together and be able to make the decisions they need to make.
We seek to transform the community by offering a place for gathering, meeting and learning together.
We have signed a lease at the Kingsley Center in East Liberty and are planning to be open in January or February of 2014 – we cannot wait to start serving our community and making a difference in the lives of children and families! Please subscribe to our newsletter to keep up-to-date with our progress. You can do so by visiting www.jeremiahsplace.org and don’t forget to like us on Facebook!