Resource Center

What is it?

The Shepherd’s Door Resource Center utilizes a social network of non-profits, businesses, churches and individuals to support and help those in need.  We have spent months researching the human service network, forming relationships with service providers, and compiling a list of potential help in Allegheny County and the city of Pittsburgh. Although we may not always have the answers, we are dedicated to walking through life’s challenges with you, and we commit to trying to find the help you need.

Who is it for?

The Shepherd’s Door Resource Center is open to helping anybody regardless of circumstances or situation.  The most common needs we see are financial emergencies around utilities & housing, food insecurity, homelessness and unemployment.  However, we assess each situation independently and address each individual with a holistic approach to restoration.

How can we help?

Our caring staff and volunteers provide information, education, referrals and most importantly love and support to anybody in need.  Whether it is helping conduct internet searches, making phone calls, walking through application processes, or being there to simply listen and pray with people, we pledge to do our best in serving all.  If you or somebody you know is feeling overwhelmed with no where to turn, please let us try to help.

What are the resource center hours?

Our entire organization is run by one employee and volunteers.  The hours of operation for the resource center vary based on the employee and volunteer availability, so the best thing to do is make an appointment by contacting us.

Who do we partner with?

We use a network of partners that include non-profits, churches, businesses, clubs/organizations and individuals.

How can you help?

We need people willing to invest in people.  If you are interested in finding out more about how you can help us make a difference in people’s lives please contact us today!