The 10.27 Healing Partnership is staffed by knowledgeable and caring professionals who can provide onsite, immediate assistance to individuals, and who can connect people to services and programs offered by our partners.
Maggie Feinstein is the director of the 10.27 Healing Partnership. She is a master’s level professional counselor who has distinguished herself in the field of integrated mental health. She received her undergraduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in International Relations and received her master’s degree from the University of San Francisco in Counseling Psychology. Maggie has presented at professional conferences on topics of juvenile justice reform and collaborative health care. She currently resides in Squirrel Hill with her husband and two children.
Cindy Snyder, LCSW is the Clinical Director of the 10.27 Healing Partnership. She completed her graduate work at the School of Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh. Before joining the 10.27 Healing Partnership, Cindy was the Director of Clinical Services at Center for Victims and has been involved in the community response since October 27, 2018. Cindy brings over 25 years of experience in program design and development specific to trauma and violence. The majority of her career focused on responses to interpersonal and community violence. She is a member of NASW, trained in EMDR, and was central in developing the clinical concepts of the Canine Assistance Advocacy Program (formerly Pups Providing Hope) at Center for Victims. Up until February 2020, Cindy participated in Governor Tom Wolf's working group for mass casualty gun violence events. She graduated from Moon Area High School and has grown up in Allegheny County. She loves dogs and also plays the piano.
Niki came out of retirement to join the 10.27 Healing Partnership team. She previously worked as a mental health counselor and training specialist. She is a long time resident of Squirrel Hill and enjoys reading, music and especially genealogy.
Ada Maria Mezzich
Ada Maria Mezzich has worked as a social worker and human rights advocate for 25 years. She is the Director of Outreach and Family Engagement at the JCC in Squirrel Hill. She has her master’s degree in both Social Work and Public and International Affairs. Ada Maria Mezzich co-authored a book chapter titled, Critical Thinking in Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis used in universities. She lives in Pittsburgh, is married and has two young school-aged daughters.
Robert Lino is a concierge at the 1027 Healing Partnership. Robert’s interest in social change and the use of digital storytelling in resolving conflicts and sharing experiences motivates him to help other people. Robert lives in Baldwin and enjoys reading and exploring the outdoors.
5738 Forbes Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Top floor of the Jewish Community Center’s Irene Kaufman Building
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.