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When you have a problem and don't know where to turn, call Helpline information and referral specialists at 412-255-1155 (5/04)
Allegheny County Weatherization Program, To reduce fuel consumption in your home, call ACTION-Housing at 412-816-1226 (5/04)
Encourage your child's creativity through dance. Call Carnegie Performing Art Center at 412-279-8887. (5/04)
Carnegie Science Center Overnighters. Call 412-237-1637 for information. (5/04)
Calliope, The Pittsburgh Folk Music Society, or 412-432-0333. (5/04)
Say "yes" to organ and tissue donation. Contact CORE at 800-DONORS-7. (5/04)
Carnegie Museum of Natural History's Camp Earth - a summer science adventure. Call 412-622-3288. (5/04)
Information about breast cancer. Contact Breast Cancer Information Service at 412-422-2247 or The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation at 1-800-462-9273. (5/04)
Low cost health insurance is available for uninsured adults and children. Call Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield at 1-800-543-7105. (5/04)
Free and low cost consumer information is available from the Federal Government at (5/04)
The Family Hope Connection provides a comprehensive continuum of practical, emotional, and spiritual support services that couples and families need to address the special issues of infertility and adoption. (5/04)
What you should know about West Nile Virus. See or call 1-877-PA-HEALTH. (5/04)
Be prepared for an emergency. Review information at (5/04)
The University of Pittsburgh offers noncredit courses that provide personal enrichment. Review course offerings at (5/04)
Social Security provides many services online at (5/04)
Having a baby alone and afraid to tell anyone? Don't panic! Call 1-866-921-SAFE. (5/04)
Apply for Pennsylvania unemployment compensation online at or call 1-888-313-7284 for initial claims. (5/04)
Chartiers MH/MR Center is the central source of community mental health and mental retardation services for residents of Pittsburgh's South Hills communities. Call 412-221-3302. (5/04)
Sponsor a child through Save the Children. Visit (5/04)
The Afro-American Music Institute opened its new facility at 7131 Hamilton Ave. in Homewood. For details, call 412-241-6775. (5/04)
Make an informed decision about adoption. Contact Three Rivers Adoption Council at 412-471-8722. (5/04)
Visit Meadowcroft Museum of Rural Life in Avella, PA. Call 724-587-3412 or go to (5/04)
Radio Information Service for the blind and visually impaired provides current information from print media and other sources. Call 412-488-3944 or go to (5/04)
Information about arthritis is available from Arthritis Foundation's Western PA Chapter. Call 412-566-1645 or go to (5/04)
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