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Bringing Communities Together. Fostering Well-Being.

Fostering Well-Being.
Bringing Communities Together.

Welcome to the 10.27 Healing Partnership, a Pittsburgh-based organization that fosters a sense of community well-being by providing opportunities for reflection, support, and connection for individuals and their loved ones impacted by the October 2018 attack and others who experience hate-induced trauma.

Who We Are

A collaboration of community, government, and faith-based organizations dedicated to helping communities and individuals heal from trauma.

Why a Healing Partnership

On October 27, 2018, a mass shooting took place at a Pittsburgh synagogue leaving those in the Jewish and greater Pittsburgh communities, and many around the world, shocked, confused and grief-stricken.

News & Announcements

  • Articles worth sharing

    Here are some links to news articles that we felt are worth sharing with our community members. Federal grant to support organizations that bore brunt of Tree of Life massacre, aftermath.  Pittsburgh organizations get federal funds for costs related to 10/27 massacre. Letter to the editor by Cindy. Discussing Death in time of Covid.Continue reading
  • Remember the Victims of Monsey, NY and El Paso, TX

    As we are going through the COV-19 pandemic, let us not forget the victims of the stabbing in Monsey , New York in December 28th, 2019 and the shooting at Walmart in El Paso on August 3rd, 2019. After three months of rehabilitation and recovery, Rabbi Josef Neumann passed away  at the age of 72. […]Continue reading
  • Some helpful articles

    As we are going through these tough times, our bodies and emotions might be telling as something. These articles from Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle will shade some light into what we are going through. Pandemic-related anxiety can be compounded by memories of massacre. Cognizance of emotional health is key, say local professionals.Continue reading


Dec 02

Trauma Resiliency Group, offered by JFCS

December 2 @ 4:00 pm5:30 pm
Who We Serve

Who We Serve

The Jewish and greater Pittsburgh communities impacted by the attack, anyone who has experienced trauma or who is feeling vulnerable.
Why We Do It

Why We Do It

The 10.27 Healing Partnership will help ensure the community has access to a wide variety of services that are both victim-centered and trauma-informed.

What We Do

The 10.27 Healing Partnership serves as a peaceful, welcoming place that connects people within the community, offers counseling and support services, and provides educational health and wellness resources, as well as training programs.

The 10.27 Healing Partnership does not discriminate against program participants and/ or beneficiaries on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity in its delivery of services.

This project was supported by PCCD Subgrant #2020 VV 01 33242, awarded by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) and the US Department of Justice Programs. Opinions, findings and conclusions expressed within this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of PCCD or the Department of Justice Programs.


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