We stand by the belief that everyone deserves access to quality, healthy food.
As I sit down to write this article on affordable housing, I can’t help but focus on the word home. Home means something more than four walls and a bed. It’s a place to find comfort in, to raise a family in, and to grow in. While four walls and a bed does impact homelessness, the level of that basic solution is temporary and often a short-term fix.
The ending of another calendar year is upon us, and while we look forward to impacting 2019 with just as much innovation and quality services, we invite you to reflect with us on the work we accomplished during the 2017-2018 fiscal year.
The Board of Directors of Community Human Services (CHS) has selected Everett McElveen to be its next CEO. He will begin in this official capacity on January 22, 2019. He is following former CEO Adrienne Walnoha after her resignation of her position after 17 years of service to the organization.
The downtown area of any large city contains the perfect mix of people from different socioeconomic backgrounds. It’s part of what makes any urban landscape exciting, diverse, and at times, downright honest.
PITTSBURGH—The Board of Directors of Community Human Services is pleased to announce that it has named Jon Hoffmann as the interim chief executive officer effective November 1, 2018. He is succeeding Adrienne Walnoha, who served as chief executive officer of CHS for 15 years.
So let me just come right out and say it: I know nothing about how the LGBTQIA community is doing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
It was suggested I wear an old shirt and pants, the sort of clothes I didn’t mind staining with fruit juice. Being new to Community Human Services, I heeded the advice with the willful diligence new employees always have during their first weeks on a new job. I even sported the shoes I normally paint in, just in case anything went rogue.