July 2, 2020

Hub & Family Center


July 1, 2020

The Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center

On July 6, 2020, The Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center will reopen to the public at 7219 Kelly Street by appointment Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Merging the Hub with the former operations at the Homewood-Brushton Family Center (579 Rosedale Street) under one roof, this change brings with it exciting new opportunities for serving the community in Homewood. The Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center staff will continue to support the needs of families and early learning professionals who care for and educate young children. Hub & Family Center staff may be contacted individually at their phone number or email address, found on the Trying Together website.


Starting July 6, 2020, The Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center will reopen its physical office spaces to the public by appointment:

  • M-F | 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    7219 Kelly St, Pittsburgh, PA 15208

All staff will be required to follow guidance provided by the CDC. Locations and departments may have limited in-office staff as some employees continue to telework. After July 6, appointments are required for individuals interested in accessing services and support at The Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center.

In-person operations will continue to be dependent on recommendations provided by Governor Wolf and the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

About the Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center

The Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center supports the early learning needs of young children, families, and early educators in the Homewood communities.

The Hub & Family Center offers:

  • developmentally appropriate activities for children from birth to age nine;
  • individual and group support for parents to set and meet goals for their family; and
  • professional growth opportunities for center-, family-, and home-based early learning programs, and relative-providers.

More Information

To learn more about the Homewood Early Learning Hub & Family Center, please visit Trying Together’s website.


February 15, 2019

Homewood Block Party

Young children and their families are invited to join an afternoon of free activities, food, performances, and information from Trying Together and our community partners on Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Kelly Street in front of The Homewood Early Learning Hub.

Tablers for the block party include:

  • Pittsburgh Public Schools
  • MAYA Organization
  • Richard’s Imagine Center of Hope, Inc (RICH)
  • Homewood Concerned Citizens Council (HCCC), The Oasis Project
  • The Maker’s Clubhouse
  • Allegheny Land Trust
  • The University of Pittsburgh’s Community Engagement Center (CEC)
  • Homewood-Brushton YWCA
  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
  • Trying Together, Buzzword/Pgh Cultural Trust
  • Allegheny County Health Department – Housing and Community Environment
  • Pittsburgh Financial Empowerment Center (FEC)
  • Kenny’s Homewood
  • Homewood Children’s Village (HCV)
  • C.C. Busy, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
  • Fund My Future
  • Science Tots
  • Childcare Alliance.

Activities include face painting, balloons, free library, Imagination Playground, a science show, and a Zumba presentation!

More details coming soon. Share this PDF flyer with your networks.