Family Programs

  • Providence Connections offers an array of free programs designed to help families grow to their fullest potential.

    Family Unity Nights

    Carrying unique themes and held each month of the year, “FUN” nights include dinner and family-strengthening activities.

    Parent-Child Together Time

    Held monthly during the day, activities are aimed at creating an opportunity for parents and children to share quality time.

    Holiday Celebrations

    Families can celebrate all major holidays together at PFSC, giving them an opportunity to spend special time with each other and with other families. Typically, a themed holiday meal is accompanied by a crafts center, photo opportunities and other family-oriented entertainment.

    Other Opportunities

    During the year sometimes opportunities arise for families to participate in special programming like; field trips, gifts or providence, back to school supply drive, and clothing drives.

Tours and Enrollment

To learn more about applying to our programs, or to schedule a tour of our state-of-the-art facility, contact the Director of Family Support at 412-766-6730 x320 or  ibrooks@providenceconnections.org.

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Designed to promote literacy and share the love of reading, there's an exciting new literacy challenge on social media and we've been challenged to participate by our friends at ELRC Region 5! For the next several days, we will be posting our favorite children's books (with no reviews or explanations, just covers) and inviting our friends and partners to take part in the challenge.

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