Local and national LGBTQIA+ resources for youth and parents
In Pittsburgh and beyond, these resources are available to offer information and support.
Dr. Sparks electrifies Pittsburgh kids with scientific silliness
“My love has always been telling stories to children.”
Pittsburgh Home Safety Van aims to keep our kids injury free
“The van itself draws people in and gets them to talk about ways to make their home safer.”
The Mary Christmas Project honors Mary Claire Friedl with Beanie Boo donations from around the world
“All of her girlfriends, they just don’t know what to do, so they’re doing these amazing things. It’s just beautiful to watch — and heartbreaking.”
Kidsburgh Heroes: Noelle and Dave Conover of Matt’s Maker Space
“This project allows us to keep his memory alive, show other families that there is a way to help grief through giving back and leave a meaningful legacy in our community.”
Innovative Pittsburgh Parks Rx prescribes outdoor activity for numerous benefits
Kids enjoy the health perks of Pittsburgh’s parks, thanks to the new Pittsburgh Parks Rx program.
First-of-its-kind survey sheds light on teen behaviors in Allegheny County
The first Healthy Allegheny Teen Survey reveals information about adolescent behaviors and health in Allegheny County.
4 Pittsburgh advocates supporting breastfeeding mothers
August is National Breastfeeding Month! Kidsburgh celebrates by profiling four breastfeeding advocates in Pittsburgh.
Lyme time: what your family needs to know
Tick season in Pittsburgh brings concerns about Lyme disease. Here’s what your family needs to know to prevent and treat this illness.
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh ranks among America’s best
For the sixth consecutive year, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC ranks among the best American hospitals for kids.
5 community resources helping Pittsburgh teens lead healthier lives
Kidsburgh offers five ideas to help Pittsburgh teens nurture both their physical and mental health.
4 Pittsburgh pediatricians making our city a healthier place
Kidsburgh recognizes four Pittsburgh pediatricians whose work with children and families helps build our community into a healthier place.