There are 171,660 people in Allegheny County who are 'food insecure'. That means that 14% of the population does not have access to affordable and nutritious food on a regular basis.
More than 200 residents benefit from the coordination of shared programs and resources. Best practices in such areas as financial solicitation, health care, diet, general safety, and other life skills are reinforced. Ministry includes in-residence worship, special programs and activities, and availability of clergy for support.