VaultArt Studio staff and artists recently partnered with Maxo Vanka Murals, Hemispheric Conversations: Urban Art Project (HCUAP, pronounced "hiccup"), and Max Emiliano Gonzales to create an on-site mural as part of the Gift to America 2.0 exhibit.
Achieva's Facilities Department has occasional contract opportunities for businesses of all sizes in southwestern Pennsylvania. In addition to over 50 community homes throughout Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties, Achieva operates offices in Pittsburgh and Greensburg.
Alonzo Russell was honored among 32 dedicated awardees for demonstrating capability, dependability, and employability at the 2022 UniqueSource® Achievement Awards.
After a Mikayla's Voice inclusion assembly at Hoover Elementary School, 10-year-old Holden Frye was inspired to write a children's fiction book about the non-profit's logo, a ladybug with one yellow spot. Dot is a "teenage ladybug with a cool and different look, and life is good...
Volunteering as a Trustee for the Achieva Family of Organizations provides an opportunity to make a difference while helping to fulfill Achieva's mission and vision. Submit an interest form at achieva.info/trustee-interest-form
There are many parts of our mission "to be a lifeline" we could write about - some are energizing, like our project with Achieva Early Intervention, reaching out to little ones in minority communities to screen many and evaluate some, and get them set on the course early.
Mr. Lewis-Ojeda was less active throughout the pandemic, and he missed opportunities for social engagement. A diabetes diagnosis and weight gain affected his self-esteem and lowered his desire to follow a healthy lifestyle.
Marlene Sanchez moved to Pittsburgh from Mexico City when she was five years old. She feels affection for Mexican-inspired events and activities reminiscent of her birthplace. She cherishes large family gatherings to celebrate life events and continue family traditions.
Disability Leaders Look to General Assembly with Optimism As leaders of intellectual disability and autism (ID/A) services, we have been raising our voices about the unsustainable staffing/direct support professional (DSP) crisis in our community.
Evan became acquainted with Achieva Family Trust in April 2017 when he sought answers on how to protect his assets while maintaining current and future benefits.
Achieva Family Trust's Charitable Residual Account helped Belle's family purchase a dry suit specifically designed to protect central lines.