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Blueprints serves as a catalyst to mobilize the resources of the entire community to enable families and individuals in our service area to attain the skills, knowledge, motivations, and opportunities to become self-sufficient.

Programs and Services

  • Mind: Federal & State Funded preschool education programs - Head Start, Early Head Start & Pre-K Counts; designed to comprehensively help low and moderate income families achieve greater levels of self-reliance, promote healthy growth and development and achieve school success. Computer Classes - volunteer instructors help low-income individuals become technically proficient for education and/or employment opportunities. Getting Ahead - develop resources, set goals & create future stories.
  • Home: Foster Care/Adoption/Private Visitation. Home Ownership Center - credit repair, home purchase, foreclosure assistance, rent/utility assistance, homeless prevention. Resident Opportunities and Self Sufficiency program - non-subsidized housing transition program.Child/Family Welfare Services - in home supports, parenting education, truancy intervention/prevention, afterschool program, transitional/independent living.
  • Health: Women, Infants & Children (WIC) - pregnant, postpartum or breastfeeding women and their children under five receive nutrition education, breastfeeding support, food/formula vouchers and referrals for healthcare & social services. Senior Care Management, Ombudsman - in-home care planning and facility based advocacy. Senior Home Delivered Meals - daily meals delivered by volunteer to home-bound older adults. Senior Centers - nutritious meals, physical fitness and socialization.
  • Wallet: Financial Capabilities Center - group and individual coaching on budgeting, spending, saving, credit management. Career Development - choose a career, identify post-secondary options; resume & interview preparation; direct connection to schools & employers. Matched Savings Accounts - for home purchase, post-secondary education or capitalizing a small business; $2 for every $1 saved of earned income up to $2000. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance - free tax preparation and e-filing.
  • A Little LIFT - web based, community supported barrier elimination initiative for individuals and families in economic transition.

Primary Revenue Sources

US Department of Health & Human Services; PA Dept of Education

Primary Fundraising Event

Blueprints Golf Outing

2020 Financials

Federal Tax ID25-1153028
Net Assets$7,705,643


Name:Jeffrey T. Fondelier
Title: VP Operations
Phone:(412) 908-9078
Address:150 W. Beau St., Suite 106
Washington, PA 15301

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