AdvocacyPittsburgh Local Task Force on the Right to Education (LTF)The Pittsburgh Local Task Force on the Right to Education is a parent majority organization that works collaboratively with administrators from the Pittsburgh Public Schools and with community agencies to improve, strengthen and expand educational services for students with disabilities in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. The Pittsburgh LTF also serves as a liaison and information resource for families.Pittsburgh LTF Helpline 412-529-2300 & email email@example.com
Current NewsLocal Educational Resources/Advocates:PEAL: http://www.pealcenter.org 441-281-4404 TTY 412-281-4409ACHIEVA http://achieva.info/ 412-995-5000
Educational Resources for ParentsLinks to Supportive Websites on Inclusion, Modification, Educational Supports, etc
Outside Resources for ParentsLinks to Key Community Agencies and County AgenciesLocal Disability Resources:ABOARD-Autism Resources http://autism-support.org/autism-resources/(800)827-9385 http://firstname.lastname@example.orgUCP- United Cerebral Palsy http://achieva.info/ACHIEVA - Arc of Greater Pittsburgh http://achieva.info/ 412-995-5000Mental Health America Allegheny County (MHAAC) http://www.mhaac.net/ 412-661-7860
The Pittsburgh Public Schools (PPS) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs, activities or employment and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA Title II Coordinator at 341 Bellfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 or 412.529.HELP (4357).