DHS News July 2009
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DHS to co-host Youth Summit for 75 youth
DHS will collaborate with the Human Services Administration Organization and the Independent Living Project to host the second annual Youth Summit on August 11, 2009.
Common location for info re: cross-systems programs
A new section has been added to the DHS web site that highlights some of the most prominent cross-systems programs in which DHS is involved.
Music Festival celebrates 10th anniversary with homegrown Rusted Root
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Allegheny County Music Festival, featuring Rusted Root, is this Labor Day weekend.
DHS co-sponsors service fair for homeless vets
Stand Down 2009 is an intensive service fair for homeless veterans and their families, offering a day-long respite from the streets and a real opportunity to put their lives back together.
Children, ages three through five years, can get a head start
The Head Start programs of Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh are currently enrolling children, ages three to five years, for the upcoming school year.
Judicial, mayoral candidates compete for laughs at second annual Comedy Night
DHS will bring together judicial and Pittsburgh mayoral candidates for November’s general election for an evening of laughter at the Pittsburgh Improv.
July e-vice: CCN 2009 Online Campaign Efforts
DHS is taking a new approach to promoting its second annual Candidates’ Comedy Night (CCN) by utilizing social media and an enhanced web presence.
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