Support & Resources
If you need assistance to complete the application, community-based organizations are available to assist you in-person or over the phone. Click here for a printable list of locations (this list is updated every Monday). Click here to see a view a map of locations.
For other questions related to the pilot program, including to report a lost or stolen card, please email us. We answer most emails within 24 hours. If you are reporting a lost or stolen ConnectCard, please provide your name and date of birth in the email. Please note: This email address cannot assist with completing an application.
There are reduced fare programs for senior citizens, children, law enforcement and uniformed personnel, riders with disabilities and college students. Visit Pittsburgh Regional Transit’s website to learn more about reduced fare programs.
If there is a threat of eviction and you’ve received notice of a pre-filing, contact Just Mediation Pittsburgh at 412-228-0730; please note that this program requires the participation of your landlord.
Emergency Broadband Benefit Program – Apply for discounts on broadband service and equipment
The Low-Income Energy Home Assistance Program (LIHEAP) will make cash payments to your utility company. Read more about it and find out how to apply.
The Low-Income Household Water Assistance (LIHWAP) will help pay overdue water bills. Find out more.
The Dollar Energy fund gives grants to eligible families to pay utilities. How to apply
Allegheny County Food Map – Free food distribution sites and delivery options by neighborhood.
Partner4Work helps provide adult and young job seekers with the opportunities to find meaningful employment.
Pennsylvania Career Link – Get help finding a job or learn new skills. Find out about PA CareerLink’s no-cost services and find a location near you (pdf).