The Shelter Program at Wood Street Commons

The Shelter Program assists in finding safe and affordable housing, obtaining income, and providing health care and education.

Our Goals: 
The Shelter Program at Wood Street Commons helps individuals access a safe and supportive temporary home with comprehensive services to allow them to find and secure a more permanent housing option.
Who We Serve: 
The Shelter Program provides services for people experiencing a housing crisis.
Impact: 
The Shelter Program provides homeless individuals with a short term housing solution and the opportunity to transition into more permanent housing solutions through individualized service coordination and care management.
History: 
The Shelter Program provides housing for people in need of temporary housing in order to get on their feet and transition back to permanent housing. The shelter program has a unique revolving 32-bed program for men and women. Most shelters have rooms where many people stay for a portion of the day. Our shelter program provides individuals their own locking room in a high rise building Downtown. A typical stay for shelter is 30 days with possible 15-day extension. Residents receive service coordination, free meals, and transportation assistance as well as counseling for mental health and drug and alcohol counseling.
How to Apply: 
If you are currently homeless or about to become homeless and are looking for shelter or a housing program, please call Allegheny Link at 1-866-730-2368.
For More Information Please Contact: 

Trish Romano
301 Third Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412.246.1600
Fax: 412.765.2187

Service Area: 
Wood Street Commons