Where to Turn Fair

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Where to Turn Resource Fair

A Bi-Annual Exhibitor Fair and Lecture Series for Service Professionals

October 8, 2019

David L. Lawrence Convention Center

Health Care Updates for 2020

For Exhibitors and Speakers

May 2019 Exhibitors

412 Food Rescue
ACHIEVA Family Trust
Al-ANON Family Groups
Allegheny County Office of Community Relations
AIU (Allegheny Intermediate Unit) Early Head Start
Allies for Health & Wellbeing
American HealthCare Group
Angel’s Place
Bethany Christian Services USA, LLC
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Breathe Pittsburgh
Bureau of Employment Programs, Department of Human Services
Captel Outreach
Carnegie Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped
City County Building Public Safety Department
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center
DON Services
Dress for Success
Farm to Table Western PA
From the Heart
Gateway Healthplan
Gateway Rehab
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
Good Samaritan Hospice
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Highmark Caring Place
LIFE Pittsburgh
Mid-Atlantic Mothers’ Milk Bank
Overeaters Anonymous
Pathways to SmartCare
Pittsburgh Senior Directory
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network
Primary Care Health Services Hill House Center
Seniors Blue Book
Sechler Law Firm
Ursuline Support Services
VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System
Vector Security
Women’s Center & Shelter

Speakers Schedule

Room 319
Maureen Sullivan & Erin Hart
American Healthcare Group
Entitlement Programs and Government Benefits Can Save Thousands of Dollars Per Year

Room 321
Hope Logghe, IBCLC & Ellen Rubin, IBCLC
Mid-Atlantic Mothers’ Milk Bank
Supporting Breastfeeding Parents in the Workplace

Room 321
Christy Cozby
Perinatal Support for All

Room 319
Debra Myers
Unwrapping Stress
Tips on Practicing Calmness When in Chaos

Room 321
Chris West
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
The Ins & Outs of the Free Summer Food Programs for Kids and How to Spread the Word

Room 319
Dr. Staci Flint
Kyle’s Hope Ministries
Services for Families in Need

Room 321
Apryl Garrett
Seniors Blue Book
Where to Turn After Discharge: Navigating the Path Back to Independence

Room 319
Tom Baker
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Make a BIG Impact for your Colleagues and the Families you Serve with BBBS

From past participants:

“This was a great way to meet others in the field doing similar work. I was able to talk with many people and exchange program and contact information.”

“I gathered plenty of information for our seniors that we work with and was also able to talk with a couple of agencies that will assist me with some personal issues that I have.”

“I’m somewhat new to the area and my job. I thought it would be a great opportunity for me to meet agencies and find out what is available for my residents.”

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