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Live Well Allegheny is an initiative to improve the
health and wellness of county residents

Local Resources for Healthy Living

Join us in our efforts to improve the health of Allegheny County. You can start with simple things like increase your physical activity, eat more fruits and vegetables and take the stairs instead of the elevator. Take a role in managing your own health. With a few easy steps, you and your family (and friends) can live healthier and happier lives.

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Upcoming Healthy Living Events

A healthy community starts with you. Let’s work together for a healthier Allegheny County.

Live Well Allegheny Stories

Breathe PA releases a New Multi-Language Asthma Action Workbook

Breathe Pennsylvania has released a new Asthma Action Workbook in multiple language to address gaps in the healthcare of children with asthma. Language barriers can prevent proper communication between family, school, healthcare providers and community support groups. Breathe Pennsylvania provides supportive programs to address the health and well-being of children with asthma in Allegheny County. … Continue reading Breathe PA releases a New Multi-Language Asthma Action Workbook »

Health Screenings & Flu Shot Clinics

No-cost flu shots and screenings for chronic diseases, such as high cholesterol, diabetes, and high blood pressure.  OCTOBER TIME LOCATION 7th 3-5 PM Propel Hazelwood Charter School 8th 5-8 PM Caliguiri Plaza (Allentown) 13th 5-8 PM Gualtieri Manor (Beechview) 14th 3-4 PM Propel Hazelwood Charter School 5-8 PM Frank Mazza Pavilion (Brookline) 15th 5-8 PM … Continue reading Health Screenings & Flu Shot Clinics »

September is National Recovery Month

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many new challenges that have had an impact on those with substance use disorder. Emotional stressors such as potential job loss, working full-time from home without child care and a decrease in face-to-face social interaction have created additional barriers for people to seek treatment or access treatment or recovery support … Continue reading September is National Recovery Month »