The Hill House has forged strategic partnerships with selected cultural and social service organizations. With staff located right on the Hill House campus, these partners play a seamless role in the Hill House experience.
The Hill House’s effective program model includes campus partners who provide complementary services to the agency’s programs. The campus partner approach is a holistic one, ensuring that Hill House participants have access to programs that address their physical, emotional, and social needs. The following partner agencies reside on the Hill House campus.
Allegheny County Health Department Dental
The Allegheny County Health Department´s Dental Services provides quality preventive and corrective treatment for financially disadvantaged children 1 – 20 years of age.
Allegheny County Health Department Public Health Clinic
The mission of the Allegheny County Health Department is to protect, promote, and preserve the health and well-being of all Allegheny County residents, particularly the most vulnerable. The Public Health Clinic provides free and confidential HIV/STD screening and treatment to anyone 13 years and older. No parental consent is needed. No appointment or insurance is necessary.
Hill District Consensus Group
The mission of the Hill District Consensus Group is to work together through the differences and with the commonalities, to establish and enforce standards and processes in all aspects of community life: economic, political, spiritual, and social, for the ongoing health and prosperity of the community.
Hill House Health Center (Primary Care Health Services)
PCHS provides primary and preventative health care services to medically underserved and indigent Hill District residents, regardless of ability to pay.
UPMC Alzheimer Outreach Center
The Alzheimer Outreach Center (AOC) is the community satellite and outreach program of the University of Pittsburgh Alzheimer Disease Research Center (ADRC). The mission of the Alzheimer Outreach Center is to increase the awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in the African American community.
UPMC Theiss Early Autism Program (TEAP)
The Theiss Child Development Center Early Autism Program provides intensive, evidence-based treatment in a preschool setting for children diagnosed with autism. The program serves children, ages 2 to 5, who have been diagnosed with autism or who are suspected to have autism.
UPMC Theiss Early Childhood Trauma Treatment Center
The Theiss Early Childhood Trauma Treatment Center provides support and family-focused therapy for young children ages birth to seven who have been exposed to trauma or other environmental disturbances.
UPMC Theiss Therapeutic Nursery and Preschool
The Theiss Therapeutic Program provides individualized, child-centered, and family-focused behavioral health treatment delivered within — or in conjunction with — a stimulating, naturalistic, early-learning classroom environment.