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With the recent fires in the East End, the displacement of residents in the East End (due to Bethesda Homewood Properties) and the ongoing issues concerning lead in the City of Pittsburgh water and housing stock, the residents of the East End and throughout Allegheny County are experiencing lately a lot of reports involving public health issues for residents. With lead poisoning from water and paint, the lack of smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors in the homes , as well as the need for education forums around topics such as weatherization opportunities for senior citizens, and the low income residents - all of this and more demonstrates the need of a Community Driven Disaster Relief Distribution Center.

On January 13, 2018, from 11am- 3pm, we are having a distribution of Smoke Detectors, water pitchers with filters, Carbon monoxide detectors, and winter coats during the opening of the East End Community Driven Disaster Relief Distribution Center located at 7120 Kelly Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15208. As CEA continues to provide resources to the most at risk individuals and families in times of trouble - the increase in fires in the East End and the latest loss of the life of a child, we must make sure our vulnerable population is taken care of and provided resources that can be available in a centralized location for the residents.

As we daily to do our work in the community, on January 13, 2018, the Saturday before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, CEA will open The East End Community Driven Distribution Center. In the spirit of the work and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. and CEA, we are asking for you to participate in the following ways:

1. A Monetary and or product Donations of Smoke and or Carbon Monoxide Detectors, or Water Pitchers with Filters.

2. Come out and help!!!

If you have any questions, or would like to assist us, please call 412-371-3689 Ext. 40.
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Collection and distribution of Smoke Detectors

January 13, 2018, 11:00am - January 13, 2018, 3:00pm

With the recent fires in the East End, the displacement of residents in the East End (due to Bethesda Homewood Properties) and the ongoing issues concerning lead in the City of Pittsburgh water and ho...

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BUY BLACK CAMPAIGN PRESENTS!
A NATURAL HAIR EXPERIENCE LEARNING HOW TO LOVE OUR SKIN HAIR AND THE BLACK BODY THAT WHERE IN.

COME OUT AND GET TIPS AND PRODUCTS ON MANAGING BLACK NATURAL HAIR.

PRESENTERS WORKSHOPS AND DEMONSTRATIONS AVAILABLE AT EVENT.

VENDORS TABLES ARE LIMITED CALL TO REGISTER
SATURDAY JANUARY 20TH FROM 12NOON TILL 5PM 7120 KELLY ST. (412)371-3689
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Welcome to Community Empowerment Association

Our core belief is that families develop best in a community with a sense of order, positive social interaction and opportunities supported by positive adults. It is CEA’s aim and commitment to work with individuals and families to build, foster and empower the African American Community through capitalization of indigenous support, community stakeholders, organized networks, and community education. CEA’s culture frameworks are clearly unique to human and social service providers in the Pittsburgh region. Take your time to browse through each page, and get to know CEA.