Low Income Resources


Law enforcement officials and residents in need may not be aware of the vast resources Allegheny County has to offer in terms of low-cost clinics, spay/neuter programs, and food assistance.

The Allegheny County District Attorneys’ Office and Pittsburgh Police requested lists of these resources so that animals brought in through the legal system could receive the best possible care. In addition, law enforcement can provide this resource to anyone in need so they can properly care for their pets in hard times.

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What is HAP Doing About It?

HAP has created a compact two-page sheet of resources for Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.


How You Can Help

Share the list to anyone in need and contribute any additional resources that should be added.

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