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WELCOME TO GWEN’S GIRLS
From the very beginning, Gwen was destined to be a champion for women and girls. She began to break down barriers for women as early as 1964 when she entered the male-dominated military.
She continued to break barriers when she became one of the first African American female police officers in 1976 — and eventually became the first woman promoted to Sergeant and, ultimately, Commander.
During her tenure on the Pittsburgh Police force, she witnessed the struggles of young women and girls who came to the attention of law enforcement, and she was determined to do something that would help girls have a better quality of life — not just for themselves, but for their children and future generations to come.
OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19
At Gwen’s Girls, our priority remains the health and safety of our clients and our staff. We continue to take measures to protect against the spread of the COVID-19 and as an essential and life-sustaining business we continue to serve our girls and families remotely. Staff are not in the office but are available during this difficult and uncertain time. If you need assistance, please contact our main office at 412-904-4239, leave a message and someone will return your call within one business day. In addition, The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services has a support and referral helpline for COVID-19 and can be reached by clicking here.