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For 40 years, the Human Services Center has served thousands of residents of the Mon Valley to improve their lives through programs, partnerships and policy.

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Installers place new signage, featuring the new logo on the side of the building
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Leah O’Reilly, Director of Programs unveils the new name and logo for Human Services Center Mon Valley

  This month, in celebration of its anniversary, the organization is undergoing its own self-improvement. The rebranded Human Services Center Mon Valley is still located in the heart of Turtle Creek, still features programs for children, families and adults in the community, and still connects more than 700 people each day with critical supports and resources.  Now, however it boasts a new logo, updated signage and website, and a renewed commitment to the Mon Valley for the next 40 years and beyond.

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