Career Development Center is named Contractor of the Year by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor’s Job Training Partnership (JTPA).
Elderly & disabled refugees who have lived in the U.S. for more than 5 years without becoming U.S. citizens are in danger of losing public support because of The Welfare Reform Act.
JF&CS establishes the Pittsburgh Naturalization Project (PNAP) to identify and prepare people for naturalization.
JF&CS moves to its current home at 5743 Bartlett Street, and with help from community’s Renaissance Campaign. JF&CS now owns its facility and consolidates JF&CS and Career Development Center offices.
Family Hope Connection (FHC) established with funding from the JHF, LHAS, the Haskell Family Endowment and other donors and expands adoption services to help those affected by infertility.