Pittsburgh Community Services
Pittsburgh Community Services - Food Assistance Program
The PCSI Food Assistance Program is designed to provide supplemental food for low-income individuals and families, including elderly people by providing them with food and nutritional assistance at no cost.
249 North Craig Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Eligibility: You must be a resident of the City of Pittsburgh and meet the Community Development Block Grant income guidelines.
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (412) 904-4700 Main Messages will be returned within 24 hours
  • (412) 904-4700 Main Messages will be returned within 24 hours
  • (412) 904-4811 Intake
  • (412) 904-2575 Fax
Email Address: latoyap@pghcsi.org
Intake Requirements: Individuals are required to complete an intake process to obtain demographic information with along with a state issued photo ID or driver's license (Proof of address if different from photo ID), Social Security Cards for everyone in the household, (this is for proof of household size) Most recent income documents for the past 30 days.
Intake Procedure: Individuals will complete the required documents and sign all necessary documents. Case Management is also offered if other concerns are identified during intake.

Call 412-904-4700 to schedule a time to come in to begin the process.

You can also visit the Food Pantry Program page to access the online application.
Helpful Tips: *Deliveries only COVID 19
Fee Amounts: None
Wait List: None
Facility/ADA access: ADA accessible
Languages Spoken: English
Service Contact: Jim Jackson, Coordinator, Anti-Hunger Initiatives
jimj@pghcsi.org
(412)904-4811
Public Transportation: Public transportation available including a bus stop in front of the building
Capacity Limitations: None
Insurance Accepted: None
Services:
  • Community Gardening
  • Food Pantries
  • Fresh Food
  • Grocery Ordering/Delivery * Covid-19
  • Nutrition Education
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Pittsburgh Community Services
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