We see a world with increased access to quality health education, helping women and families make informed decisions about their health care.
To improve the health literacy of those living in Pittsburgh’s most vulnerable and underserved neighborhoods through free health education programs.
We believe that all women and their families should have equal access to useful health information. And we strive to serve the needs of those who might not otherwise have access to health and wellness programs due to:
UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital’s Community Outreach Program offers health programs designed for learning through:
Led by health educators or medical staff, our interactive community health programs are:
We also train community members and peer advocates to teach health topics in their neighborhoods and help with referrals to health services.
We offer a broad range of programs to meet the health needs of women and their families. Sessions can be a one-time event or an ongoing series of classes. And there are no class fees.
Our classes include:
Upon request — and based on our staff's schedules — we also offer classes on special topics such as:
Please contact us in advance to arrange special classes.
Magee’s Community Outreach Program partners with a wide range of:
We actively look for partners that represent diverse ethnic cultures to better reach and serve these unique groups. Our number of community partners is always growing.
Below is a short list of our current partners: