YOU ARE A LIVING UNPAID ORGAN-DONOR BANK IF YOU ARE THE 47%...AND YOU ARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When Elite need your ORGANS, AHN WILL Fabricate a diagnosis for you, put you on fraudulent "life-support", and have you overdosed on Morphine, AND TAKE YOUR ORGANS! KDKA PAYS OFF JUDGE KATHERINE B EMERY IN HIGHMARK MURDER OF 211-911! NEED 92 TO DEMAND TRUTH FROM KDKA... HUFFINGTON POST COOBORATION, CLICK HERE. FLEETWOOD MAC LE-JIT JITNEY 15202...412-313-3080 NOW is the time to stop BILDERBERG/AMA terrorism. Al-Qaeda and Organized Crime are tools of THE ELITE. Speaking of TOOLS, if you let Feinstein or Hillary GET YOUR GUNS, YOU'RE DONE...Your wonderful DHS (including all SECURITY that WAND YOU almost daily) will round up you sheep faster than Annie Oakley! The Federal Reserve (BANKERS) destroyed our Country, while they kept you entertained with BULLSHIT ON TV! Bahhhh...Bahhhh ("See yinz in CHURCH"). Churches are not taxed, as Religion is the ELITE's BIGGEST TOOL (next to KDKA)... ONE HUGE PACIFIER EVERY WEEK, as the BANKERS and AMA SHOVE IT UP YOUR ASS. KDKA Meteorologist Kristin Emery does KDKA Weather COVERED HEAD-TO-TOE IN MY WIFE'S BLOOD.
YOU ARE A LIVING UNPAID ORGAN-DONOR BANK
IF YOU ARE THE 47%...AND YOU ARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
When Elite need your ORGANS, AHN WILL Fabricate
a diagnosis for you, put you on fraudulent
"life-support", and have you overdosed on Morphine,
AND TAKE YOUR ORGANS!
KDKA PAYS OFF JUDGE KATHERINE B EMERY
IN HIGHMARK MURDER OF 211-911!
NEED 92 TO DEMAND TRUTH FROM KDKA...
HUFFINGTON POST COOBORATION, CLICK HERE.
FLEETWOOD MAC LE-JIT JITNEY 15202...412-313-3080
NOW is the time to stop BILDERBERG/AMA terrorism.
Al-Qaeda and Organized Crime are tools of THE ELITE.
Speaking of TOOLS, if you let Feinstein or Hillary
GET YOUR GUNS, YOU'RE DONE...Your wonderful DHS
(including all SECURITY that WAND YOU almost daily)
will round up you sheep faster than Annie Oakley!
The Federal Reserve (BANKERS) destroyed our Country,
while they kept you entertained with BULLSHIT ON TV!
Bahhhh...Bahhhh ("See yinz in CHURCH").
Churches are not taxed, as Religion
is the ELITE's BIGGEST TOOL (next to KDKA)...
ONE HUGE PACIFIER EVERY WEEK,
as the BANKERS and AMA
SHOVE IT UP YOUR ASS.
KDKA Meteorologist Kristin Emery does KDKA Weather
COVERED HEAD-TO-TOE IN MY WIFE'S BLOOD.
The AMA murders 1000 healthy "patients" per day
as could be represented BELOW:
3:57 of RAGE 3:11 of FOO
16 AUGUST 2011...Judge Emery Rules, ensuring Rita's murder
as a favor to HIGHMARK, KDKA's BIGGEST ADVERTISER.
17 AUGUST 2011...Kristin Emery publicly posts Resume.
In today's TOTALLY CORRUPT WORLD,
if you need a JUDGE to DEFEND your life,
LOOK NO FURTHER...
Decision to murder Rita J Conley was made 2/01/11...
Highmark-friendly Judge contacted BEFORE 6 March 2011.
You have to experience the evil of the Elite,
IN ORDER TO BELIEVE IT...Well you ALL have...But
since you've all been conditioned since birth
to trust in your Government, to trust your doctors
lawyers, AMA, Depts of Health, Supreme Courts, indeed
EVERYONE WITH AUTHORITY OVER YOU,
you refuse to believe it when you see it
(it doesn't help that doctors only understand it
UNTIL I CAME ALONG)...The AMA
(read ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION)
has murdered more healthy (but poor or "unproductive")
people than it did via the Nazis, but this time in
Hospitals where you can't always watch or understand...
and this is just in the USA, whose owners (of the World)
even had Bush give THE SAME "HOMELAND" SPEECH
THAT HITLER gave after THEIR False Flags.
That's over 12,000,000 healthy "UNPRODUCTIVE" people
MURDERED IN THE USA ALONE
BY THE WORLD BANKERS,
and it doesn't even register with you because
you are pacified weekly by BANKERS' CLERGY...
and pacified DAILY BY KDKA
AND ALL OTHER GOVERNMENT MEDIA.
EACH of you personally KNEW at least one
of these 12,000,000 hideously-murdered friends
whom you watched die, because you
DON'T KNOW MEDICINE.
“In the beginning of a change
the patriot is a scarce man,
and brave, and hated and scorned.
When his cause succeeds, the timid join him,
for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.”
¯ Mark Twain
PS: The Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins Hospital,
both with the ALLEGHENY HEALTH NETWORK,
have VERY STRONG TIES with the Eugenics-pioneering,
Nazi-funding ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION.
BUT that's OK, because Government Media
will never let you entertain the significance,
per "ORGAN "DONATION" for the Elite.
See ya in MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD!
Want good free HEALTHCARE?
THEN GO TO CUBA
YOU STUPID FUCKING GOATS...
Again, NO OFFENSE!
Pick a medical scam...any scam below:
Washington Knows Resource Directory 04/09/14 ________________________________________ Foreword Washington County Department of Human Services sponors Washington Knows, an Internet-based information and referrral resource for residents and human service providers. It was created to link people needing help or information with the organizations that might offer assistance. Washington Knows is free and confidential. In all communities, finding the appropriate services can be difficult. The goal of Washington Knows is to remove those barriers and link people with the appropriate information and resources. Washington Knows offers a computerized database of information about available human services in Washington County. This database supports local agencies in sharing information about available programs and services in order to promote efficient coordination of services and encourage collaboration among service providers. Washington Knows provides human service organizations and the public with contact information, hours of operation, and a general description of services provided by Washington County human services providers. It establishes a centralized information clearinghouse that enables users to find information and resources at their convenience. Washington County Department of Human Services sponors Washington Knows, an Internet-based information and referrral resource for residents and human service providers. It was created to link people needing help or information with the organizations that might offer assistance. Washington Knows is free and confidential. In all communities, finding the appropriate services can be difficult. The goal of Washington Knows is to remove those barriers and link people with the appropriate information and resources. Washington Knows offers a computerized database of information about available human services in Washington County. This database supports local agencies in sharing information about available programs and services in order to promote efficient coordination of services and encourage collaboration among service providers. Washington Knows provides human service organizations and the public with contact information, hours of operation, and a general description of services provided by Washington County human services providers. It establishes a centralized information clearinghouse that enables users to find information and resources at their convenience. Table Of Contents Number of Search Results: 97 Aging Services of Washington County Allegheny Power Universal Services American Red Cross Southwestern PA Chapter AMI, Inc. of Washington-Greene Counties, AMI Peer Support Services Avis Arbor Bellmead Apartments C.A.R.E. Caring Mission Home Care/TCM Home Health CASA for Kids, Inc. Catholic Charities Center in the Woods, Inc. Centerville Clinics, Inc. Centerville Clinics, Inc., Mental Health Program Child Care Information Services Children's Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center Community Action Southwest Community Care, Inc. Community College of Allegheny County Community Psychiatric Centers Connect, Inc. Cornerstone Care Crime Victim/Witness Assistance Program CRY Diversified Human Services, Inc Diversified Human Services/SPHS Child Learning Center Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA Dress for Success Pittsburgh-Washington Branch Elizabeth Babcock, LCSW END Violence Center (END V) Family Behavioral Resources Family Behavioral Resources Family Promise of Southwestern Pennsylvania Family Services of Western Pennsylvania Gateway Rehab Center Gateway Rehab School & Community-Based Prevention Services (Vision) Genesis of Pittsburgh GrassRoutes Counseling Services Greater Washington County Food Bank Greenbriar Treatment Center Intermediate Unit One Mental Health Association of Washington County Mesothelioma Web Mon Valley Community Health Services, Inc. Northwestern Human Services/Woodland Center Office of Vocational Rehabilitation PA CareerLink Washington County PA Dept of Health Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc. Pecosh Counseling & Consulting Presbyterian SeniorCare Pressley Ridge Redevelopment Authority of Washington County Ruth York Morgan Health Education Learning Place Senator J. Barry Stout Senior LIFE Washington Southwest Behavioral Care, Inc. Southwestern PA AIDS Planning Coalition Southwestern PA Human Services Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Agency on Aging, Inc. Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission's CommuteInfo Program SPHS Aging Services SPHS CARE Center SWPA - SDHP - Regional Housing Coordinator Test organization Test organization The Arc of Washington County The Caring Network, Inc The Integrated Care Corporation The Washington Hospital The Washington Hospital Teen Outreach Three Cities Services Transitional Employment Consultants Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living (Waynesburg ) Try-Again Homes, Inc. U. S. Census Bureau United Way of Washington County Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh Visiting Angels Washington City Mission Washington Communities Mental Health/Mental Retardation Center , Inc. Washington Communities That Care Washington County Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Washington County Children and Youth Services Washington County Department of Human Services Washington County Department of Veterans Affairs Washington County Faith in Action Program Washington County Habitat for Humanity Washington County Health Center Washington County Housing Authority Washington County Literacy Council Washington County Transportation Authority Washington County Women's Network Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc. Washington-Greene Alternative Residential Services, Inc. Washington-Greene Counties Weatherization Program Wesley Spectrum Services Aging Services of Washington County ASWC Organizational Information Parent Organization funded by SWPA Area Agency on Aging, Inc. Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization ASWC mission is to deliver the highest quality cost-effective services usaing the least restrictive alternatives at the direction of the consumer with a focus on autonomy and independent living in their own homes. History of Organization ASWC started forty years ago with Senior Citizens Centers that provided congregate meals and information. The agency grew to include home-delivered meals, Transportation, care management and ombudsman. The senior community centers are now an intregal part of the community and serve as the first point of contact for the continium of care provided for our older residents. Accreditations and Licenses ASWC is a public agency under the direct supervision of thw Washington County Board of Commissioners. Affiliations WCAS is affliated with the following organizations: Pennsylvania Association of Senior Centers. (PASC) SWPA Area Agency on Aging, Inc Washington Rides Washington County Human Services Dept. WIN Washington Co. Information Network Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources SWPA Area Agency on Aging, Inc through a grant from the Pennsylvania Dept. of Aging Washington County Board of Commissioners HSDF Human Services Development Fund Wash. Co. Redevelopment Authority Contact Information Key Leader(s) Mary Lynn Spilak - Director Deborah DeStefano - Assistant Director Contact Person(s) Margaret Jennings - Care Management Supervisor Rose Moore - Quality Assurance Manager E-mail(s) email@example.com destefad@co. washington.pa.us firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Primary Addresses 100 West Beau Street , Suite 407 Courthouse Square Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County- Resident 60 years of age and older. Service Description Care Management: Coordinates both formal and informal supports to assist consumer in living independently in their own homes. Ombudsman: Investigates complains in long term care facilities and from consumers receiving long term care services at home. Also provides education and outreach Congregate Meals: Lunch time meal served weekdays at the Senior Community Centers for individuals 60 years old and older. The meal contains 1/3 of the daily nutritional requrements. Home-delivered Meals: These meals are for seniors that cannot prepare a nutritional meal at home. These meals contain 1/3 of the daily requirements and are delivered by volunteers at lunch time on weekdays. Medical & Center Transportation: The medical transportation is for individuals that need assistance in getting to their medical appointments and center transportation takes seniors to the senior centers. Senior Community Center Services: These centers offer a wide array of educational, recreational and wellness programs to the 60+ population. They also assist with information on services and public benefits. Available Hours Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Fees/Cost for Services Services from the Senior Centers are free we do request donations. There is cost sharing for in home services. Eligibility Requirements Must be 60 years of age or older of the spouse of someone over 60 years of age. Required Documentation Intake information must be provided. For Cost sharing Financial information must be provided. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Go to senior center and sign-up for lunch and activities. Care Management clients must first be assessed by the SWPA Area Agency on Aging,Inc. Must call AAA Intake and Referral at: 1-800-734-9603 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes Languages Spoken or Available english Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Center Leadership volunteers HDM Volunteers Volunteer Van Drivers Center Activity Volunteers Kitchen Volunteers Ombudsman Volunteers Allegheny Power Universal Services Organizational Information Parent Organization Allegheny Power Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To help eligible payment troubled customers on limited or fixed incomes: Establish affordable payment arrangements to maintain service; Obtain grants & assistance from community based organizations; Guide customers toward self-sufficiency in paying bills; & Reduce their energy consumption. History of Organization Allegheny Power has provided electric service to residents in all or part of 23 counties in Pennsylvania for more than 60 years, and Universal Services have been available since 1996. Funding Sources Universal Services are possible due to Shareholder funding. Contact Information Contact Number(s) 1-800-207-1250 - Toll Free. Must leave a message Primary Addresses Jeannette Service Center P.O. Box 739 Jeannette, Pa 15644-0739 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area All or part of 23 counties in Pennsylvania. Service Description Special Payment arrangements Weatherization Services CARES outreach to customers with temporary hardships. Available Hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 weekdays Fees/Cost for Services None Eligibility Requirements Less than 150% of the federal poverty guidelines for Special Payments or Weatherization services. No income guidelines for CARES outreach Required Documentation Application with proof of income, household membership, & list of expenses. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 1-800-207-1250 Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes American Red Cross Southwestern PA Chapter Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Priciples of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters and other life-threatening emergencies. History of Organization For nearly a century, our chapter has made this region safer through programs for individuals, families, schools and businesses. Affiliations The Foster Grandparent Program is locally sponsored by the Southwestern PA Chapter of the Red Cross to help seniors 55 and over to find community positions where they can be mentors, tutors and caregivers for special-needs children. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources The American Red Cross is not a government agency. Our chapter does not receive local funding from our national organization except during large-scale disasters. We must rely on the generosity of our neighbors each year to continue our vital work in the region. We are also a United Way Washington member agency. Contact Information Key Leader(s) T.L. (Tim) Tassone - CEO American Red Cross Southwestern PA Chapter Contact Number(s) 888-217-9599 724-222-4750 Web Addresses www.swpa.redcross.org Primary Addresses 225 Boulevard of the Allies Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 524 East Maiden St. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area The American Red Cross Southwestern PA Chapter serves the nearly 1.6 million residents in Allegheny, Fayette, Greene and Washington counties. The Foster Grandparent Program serves Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene and Washington counties. Service Description Emergency Services--from the front lines of a disaster to an in-office presentation on preparing for the unexpected, to a telephone conversation with a military family, our emergency services team helps ensure that all of our neighbors can prepare or recover from disasters. Health & Safety Services---The Red Cross saves lives annually by equipping more than 45,500 individuals with vital skills in all of our training including First Aid, CPR, Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and Lifeguarding. Senior volunteerism---The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Allegheny County and the Foster Grandparent Program offers senior volunteers opportunities to give back to the community. Volunteerism---The Red Cross proactively recruits, trains and places volunteers who make invaluable contributions from the front lines of disasters to office support. Available Hours The American Red Cross is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 888-217-9599. Fees/Cost for Services All Red Cross disaster training is free. Costs are involved with health and safety training courses. See our Web site for specifics or call 888-217-9599. Eligibility Requirements There are certain eligibility requirements for various opportunties. Please call 888-217-9599 or see our Web site swpa.redcross.org for more information. Required Documentation Depending upon the course or the volunteer position, certain requirements do apply, please see our Web site at www.swpa.redcross.org or call 888-217-9599 for more information. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 888-217-9599 or visit www.swpa.redcross.org. Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes AMI, Inc. of Washington-Greene Counties, AMI Peer Support Services AMI Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization AMI's mission is two fold; 1) To assist adults who live in Washington and Greene Counties to develop the skills and supports they need to be successful and satisfied in the places they choose to live, learn, work and socialize. And 2) To enhance the satisfaction of adults with mental illness by assisting them to develop social skills and increase their ability to use the community support system. History of Organization AMI was formed in late 1969 by the local Mental Health Association. Organized as a social groups for people returning to the community from state hospital, there were originally only 5 members. Today, AMI serves about 120 members in both Washington and Greene Counties. In 1973, the Washington-Greene MH/MR Program recognized the need and effectiveness of AMI's services and began funding on a fee-for-service basis. In 1976, AMI incorporated and continued to grow in membership and activities. In late 1984, AMI moved to larger quarters to prepared for a new program which would include more young, non-institutionalized adults with severe and persistent mental illness. 1989 saw the beginning of more structured actitivites and more variety in ages of those being served at AMI. In 1994, AMI began to move towards offering licensed Psychiatric Rehabilitation along with more structure in the the Psychosocial Program and moving towards a Recovery Oriented focus. AMI was approved as a licensed, site based Psychiatric Rehabilitation provider in late 2004. Today, AMI, it's Staff and its Members take pride in the knowledge that we can assist people to recover from the devestating effects of having a mental illness. Accreditations and Licenses Pa. Dept of Public Welfare, Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) Affiliations United Way of Washington County United Way of Greene County Organizational member of USPRA Organizational membed of PAPSRS Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Washington County MH/MR Washington County United Way Donations Greene County Human Services Greene County United Way Contact Information Key Leader(s) Teri Close - CPRP Executive Director Contact Person(s) Michaele Vinosky - Program Director E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses ami-inc.org Primary Addresses 907 Jefferson Avenue Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 95 East High Street Suite 106 Waynesburg, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and Greene Counties Service Description Psychosocial Rehabilitation for adults with mental illness Psychiatric Rehabilitation for adults with Mental Illness AMI Inc. is also offering Peer Mentoring and Certified Peer Specialist Services Available Hours Psychosocial - Washington Monday - Thursday 8:30 - 4:30 Friday 8:30 - 9:00 Psychiatric Rehabilitation - Washington Monday and Wednesday 8:30 - 4:30 Fees/Cost for Services None Eligibility Requirements Adults with mental illness who reside in Washington or Greene County. Required Documentation Referal from the Base Service Unit How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact Program Director at 724-228-5211 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility First floor building Languages Spoken or Available English, Greek Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Volunteers may be used to assist Group leaders during activites, with crafts or outings and/or Board Membership. Avis Arbor Organizational Information Parent Organization Washington City Mission Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To assist women and women with children who are homeless by providing temporary shelter as they obtain needed Drug and Alcohol/Mental Health treatment services and other needed services including spiritual growth and development in order to restore them to independent living. History of Organization 1986 - Avis Arbor was founded as a thirty day program. It developed into a three month program, and now for the past several years has evolved into a six to nine month program. For the past several years, we have also accepted women with a positive drug/alcohol urine test, which we had previously not done. Accreditations and Licenses Certified Co-Occurring Disorder Professional-CCDP Diplomate Affiliations Association of Gospel Rescue Missions Homeless and Hunger Awareness Committee CLA - (Christian Leadership Association) ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Individuals Churches Businesses Thrift Store Sales Grants United Way Contact Information Contact Person(s) Nettie Ledbetter - House Manager 724-228-9240 724-222-8530 Web Addresses www.citymission.org Primary Addresses 84 West Wheeling Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Southwestern Pa. Service Description Drug and Alcohol Recovery Support Mental Health Recovery Support Medical Clinic Counseling Case Management Food and Clothing Emergency Shelter Long Term Shelter Scattered Site Housing Fees/Cost for Services There is no charge for service but a program fee is required from those with income. Eligibility Requirements Adult women who are homeless and over 18 yrs of age. Children up to age 12. Required Documentation ID required. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Referrals accepted from treatment centers, hospitals, churches, family members or self. Call for an intake appointment. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Call for details. Bellmead Apartments Organizational Information Parent Organization Presbyterian SeniorCare Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Provides a variety of quality, affordable living options for age and income-eligible older adults through SeniorCare Network, the real estate manangement affiliate of Presbyterian SeniorCare. History of Organization Established in 1982 as the first apartment community for income-eligible older adults. Contact Information Contact Number(s) 724-223-5744 Web Addresses www.SrCare.org Primary Addresses 1215 Hulton Road Oakmont, PA 15139 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and surrounding counties Service Description See for yourself why Bellmead Aparments is much more than an apartment community for older adults. In addition to patios, colorful gardens and beautiful pathways, Bellmead offers an on-site service coordinator to connect residents to community resources; an "Ask-a-Nurse" program; on-site laundry; community room; and daily meal service in dining room. Small pets welcome. Most utilites included in rent. Age and income restrictions apply. Fees/Cost for Services Varies Eligibility Requirements Adults 62 and older How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-223-5744 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes C.A.R.E. C.A.R.E. Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern PA Human Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Mon Valley II is a full-time emotional/learning support classroom offering therapeutic services as an integral part of the school day. History of Organization MVA II is a licensed, private academic school which was established in 2005. MVA II is a collaborative effort between 11 local school districts and SPHS to provide students with a full-time emotional/support classroom and therapeutic services as part of the daily program. Accreditations and Licenses Department of Education License Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Private pay Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jeff Mascara - Vice President/Chief Executive Officer Contact Person(s) Angela Lancaster - Program Supervisor Linda Fafalios - Director Contact Number(s) 724-684-5437 extension 4274 724-489-8099 extension 4595 E-mail(s) email@example.com- Program Supervisor Primary Addresses 306 Chamber Plaza Charleroi, PA 15022 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington,Greene, Westmoreland, Fayette Service Description To place students with behavioral and emotional problems that hinder their education ito an alternatiave education setting that provides supportive educational opportunities to students who are at risk of failing within the tradtional school setting. The program includes combining conflict resolution, problem-solving, decision-making skills, anger management and social skills opponents throught the daily routine. To provide the inclusion of therapeutic services as part of the daily program. Available Hours 7:30 a.m. through 2:30 p.m. Fees/Cost for Services $95.00 per day Eligibility Requirements School District Referrals Required Documentation Individual Education Plans How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact Program Supervisor 724-489-8099 extension 4595 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need Yes Caring Mission Home Care/TCM Home Health Organizational Information Parent Organization Caring Mission Home Care Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization VISION: To ensure our position as the industires premier care provider, The Caring Mission continuously evaluates the ever changing needs of our community, clients and employees. MISSION: The Caring Mission provides the highest quality of care to those in need while residing in the privacy of their own home. Through our individualized services we promote independence and well-being while montitoring, caring for and evaluating our clients. History of Organization Established in 2000, the Caring Mission, Inc is a privately owned Home Care Company focusing on seniors and those disabled within our community. The Caring Mission started services in July of 2000 with gorcery shopping, meal preparation and housekeeping. In 2001 the company signed a contract with the local Area Agency on Aging to provide Home & Community based services, later the same year The Caring Mission became an accredited provider for the Pennsylvania Department of Aging Waiver Program. Over the past three years, The Caring Mission expanded our service area to cover five counties; Washington, Fayette, Greene, Westmoreland, & Allegheny Counties. Accreditations and Licenses Home Care Accreditation of America Affiliations Members of the National Association of Geriatric Care Managers Members of the Pennsylvania Home Care Association Members of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Partnership on Aging Legal Structure For-profit entity Funding Sources Private Pay Long-term Care Area Agency on Aging Lottery Funded Pennsylvania Department of Aging Waiver Contract Veterans Administration Contact Information Key Leader(s) Sherri Hewitt-Laird - President/Owner Amy Avolia - Vice-President/ Care Director Contact Person(s) Natalie Polansky - Care Coordinator Contact Number(s) Washihngton County - 724-222-9905 Fayette County - 724-626-8225 Allegheny County - 41-206-0174 E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Marketing Director email@example.com- Amy Avolia/ Vice-President Care Director President/Owner firstname.lastname@example.org- Sherri Hewitt-Laird Web Addresses www.thecaringmission.com Primary Addresses 393 Delashawn Road Claysville, PA 15323 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 1046 Jefferson Ave. Washington, Pa 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 554 Washington Avenue Carnegie, PA 15106 Click here for a Map of this Location. 150 Pittsburgh Street Uniontown, PA 15401 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area 5 counties; Washington, Fayette, Greene, Allegheny & Westmoreland Service Description Geriatric Care Management Personal Assistance Personal Care (Assistacne with Activies of daily living to include: dressing, bathing, grooming, skin care, oral hygiene, etc.) Toileting Transferring Shopping Errand Running Medication Management Program Light & Heavey Houskeeping Vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors Washing, drying & ironing clothes Escort to Doctor Visits Available Hours 7 days a week, 24 hours per day Fees/Cost for Services $16.00 - 19.00 per hour. Based upon consumer needs Decrease rate for 24 hour care & live-ins Eligibility Requirements Private Pay - no requirements long-Term Care (Policy Specific) How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments To access services contact one of our offices or call our toll free number at 1-866-922-7464 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No CASA for Kids, Inc. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of CASA for Kids, Inc. is to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the Washington County juvenile court system. By training community volunteers to serve as fact finders and speak for the children in court, children's needs are met to ensure safety and permanency in their lives. History of Organization CASA for Kids, Inc. Court Appointed Special Advocated Background and Program Description CASA for Kids, Inc. was established in 2002 as a 501(c) (3) organization following a yearlong feasibility study. The study was initiated by a group of concerned citizens, child welfare agencies, and juvenile court judge, the Honorable Katherine B Emery, following the death of an abused and neglected young girl who got lost in the cracks of the system. Judge Emery recognized a need for an objective fact-finder for the court who would focus on the needs and wishes of the child. That fact finder would make recommendations as to the best interests of the child, thus helping the court make more informed decisions. The mission of CASA for Kids, Inc. is to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the Washington County juvenile court system. By training Community volunteers to serve as fact finders and speak for the children in court, children s needs are met to ensure safety and permanency in their lives. As part of a national system of CASA organizations, CASA for Kids, Inc. is one of only seventeen CASA programs serving counties in Pennsylvania. The National CASA Association establishes national program standards and provides technical assistance, guides and other resources to assist program development, but does not govern the county program. During a 2005 review, CASA for Kids received recognition for meeting or exceeding all standards of excellence. The value of CASA for Kids work in the community is demonstrated in the excellent working relationship developed with the juvenile court system, children and youth services and the related child welfare agencies. Our primary program is to recruit, train and support volunteers advocates to work one-on one with children referred by the Washington County Juvenile Court System. The CASA volunteers primary focus is on the child and his or her needs. In advocating for that child, the volunteer works with the family, foster families, caseworkers from Children and Youth Services (CYS) and many other types of child welfare providers. To prepare the CASA volunteer for this demanding work, they participate in an intensive 30-hour training process (not including outside reading and homework) and at least two days of court observations. The training consists of valuable information about child development, legal information, child & family behavior issues, mental health issues, the child welfare system, sample case scenarios, communication, and reporting guidelines. Upon completion of the training the volunteer is officially sworn in by the juvenile court judge and become a friend of the court as an official CASA volunteer. A CASA volunteer makes a significant commitment of their time to work with the children and families to provide continuity and an objective perspective to a child s life. In fact, many of our CASA volunteers have been involved with their child for 2 or 3 years in spite of turnover in caseworkers and attorneys. Our volunteers donate an average of 15 hours a month to investigate and monitor their case and to be acquainted with the children by making frequent visits. CASA volunteers are included in all pre-trail conferences and all in-chamber discussions/ testimonies and / or depositions, and at all court hearings. The volunteer advocates sit at the counsel table and are considered by the court to be a party to the case. Each volunteer is afforded individual time at each court hearing to speak on behalf of the child. They also detail findings in a written court report and make recommendations regarding what placement, service and visitation are in the child s best interest. CASA volunteers remain on a case until a safe and permanent home is established and the case closes. Only the most serious cases are referred to CASA for Kids, Inc. by the judges in the juvenile court system- children who have been severely abused, sexually assaulted, neglected, and/or have spent most of their lives in foster care. These are children who desperately need one individual to look after their interests and needs. Children matched with a CASA volunteer will get the services they need, be it eyeglasses, dental care or mental health therapy. Also as important, the Judge will know each child s age, his or her up-to-date school performance, medical status and emotional state. The CASA volunteer personalizes that child for the court. Currently, CASA for Kids has 28 active volunteers working with 68 children. To date 200 children have been referred to the program, of which 119 children s cases have been resolved through the efforts of our volunteers. Unfortunately, at any given time there are more than 300 children in Washington County s juvenile court system that could benefit from the support of a CASA volunteer. For every closed or resolved case, there is another case being opened. The court system s support for the value of this program is evident in the growing number of case referrals to CASA. We currently have 9 children waiting assignment to new volunteer advocates. With the increasing number of cases being referred to CASA, we need to continually recruit and train new volunteers who will take on new cases, as well as provide ongoing care and support to prevent burn-out for these hard-working volunteers who give so much in difficult times. Our goal is to expand the volunteer program so that each advocate is working with only one case at a time. In just 5 short years, CASA for Kids has grown from an all-volunteer organization of board members, staff and advocates serving five children. We were please in January 2005 to move the Executive Director position to a salaried position. In the fall 2005, we hired a part-time Program Director to focus on volunteer recruitment, training and support. In June of 2006 we received a grant from National CASA to hire a part-time case manager. Staff members work closely to give support for volunteers, provide awareness and support for the program, as well as track volunteer and child/case related data via a standardized CASA database system. The Board of Director is actively engaged in the CASA for Kids program including participation in fundraising, volunteer recruitment and training, as well as policy making, fiscal management, and general oversight of the program. This group committed individuals and professionals represent a strong cross-section of the Washington County community from law, youth related services, to corporate business. Proudly, 100% of the board members and staff contribute to the program. Support for the program is provided through donations and grants from community residents, and local business and corporations. Currently, approximately one-third of our budget is support is by individual gifts and donation, one-fourth through special events and fundraising activities, including the Wake up Your Dreams event, and less than one-half by local grants. Additionally, it is important to note that CASA for Kids receives no federal, state or local government dollars for program support. We are proud that CASA for Kids is a community-based organization in the true sense of the term; formed and supported by committed and concerned individuals from the Washington County community. Revised 2/18/08 Affiliations National CASA and Pennsylvania CASA Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Community support, grants and National CASA grants. Primary Addresses 30 East Beau Street Suite 417 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Available Hours Regular business hours and some evenings. Fees/Cost for Services None Eligibility Requirements Volunteers must be over 21 years old, pass security clearances and go through the 35 hours of CASA training. Required Documentation Drivers License, security clearences and references. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call the CASA office at 724-228-0414 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description A CASA volunteer commits to the training necessary and then follows the child throught the juvenile court system to find permnency in their lives. Catholic Charities Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, rooted in the gospel and social teachings of the Church, is the primary social service agency of the Diocese. Our mission is to serve with excellence, professionalism, integrity and compassion, the human needs of individuals and families, regardless of their religious affiliation, and to provide leadership in mobilizing the resources of parishes and the wider community in addressing these needs. Accreditations and Licenses Council on Accreditation PA Department of Health Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources United Way of Washington County Children and Youth Services Department of Human Services Washington County Drug and Alcohol Commission Real Alternatives, Women In Need Washington County Community Foundation Contact Information Key Leader(s) Christine Wissner MSW, LSW - Director MDiv - Director Vanessa Meredith LPC - Administrative Director Susan Rauscher - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Christine Wissner MSW, LSW - Director MDiv - Director Contact Number(s) 724-228-7722 E-mail(s) email@example.com Web Addresses www.ccpgh.org Primary Addresses 331 S. Main Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 212 Ninth Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Emergency Relief and Tangible Assistance is available during a crisis or disaster. Workshops, Trainings and Community Education is offered to churches, schools, businesses, etc., to broaden the understanding of daily issues and expand capacities for healthy living at home or in the workplace. Presentations are also given to provide information about available services. The Drug and Alcohol Program offers counseling that is a community based, holistic program for adults and adolescents. Drug and Alcohol assessments are also offered in various school districts through the Student Assistance Program. Staffed with credentialed, master s level therapists. The Pregnancy and Parenting Program offers childbirth, parenting and life skills education for individuals, couples, families and groups. The Women-In-Need Program assists men and women who are expecting a baby or who have an infant. Services offered include free and confidential pregnancy testing, counseling, educational materials and life skills education. Free baby care items are also available and include diapers, formula, clothing, food and toiletries. Staffed with bachelor's level counselors. The Youth and Family Services Program provides help for children and for their families as they work to change behavior patterns that result in abuse or in a youth s pre-delinquent and runaway behaviors. Staffed with bachelor's level counselors. The Adoption and Foster Care Program assists birth parents who wish to make a plan of adoption for a child and also assists families who want to adopt. Training for adoptive parents is also offered, as well as temporary foster care and adoption searches. The Family Therapy Program offers sessions for individuals, children and adolescents, couples and families. Staffed with credentialed, master s level therapists. Available Hours Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday evening, 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. Other evenings and Saturday by appointment Fees/Cost for Services Insurance coverage Sliding Fee Scale No person is turned away due to inability to pay for services Eligibility Requirements Services are open to all residents of Washington County, regardless of ability to pay Required Documentation If appropriate for service being provided, insurance card. If utilizing sliding fee scale, a recent pay stub or W-2 form How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Telephone 724-228-7722 Every staff person is trained to provide information and schedule appointments by telephone. For certain programs, walk-ins are welcome. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English American Sign Language Other Languages available upon request Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Member of the Community Advisor Committee Member of the Golf Classic Committee Internships Center in the Woods, Inc. Organizational Information Parent Organization Center in the Woods, Inc. Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To provide the highest quality of life for older adults in southwestern Pennsylvania. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Contact Information Key Leader(s) George Krcelich - Chief Executive Officer Ken Laird - President Board of Directors Contact Person(s) George Krcelich - Chief Executive Officer Kris McAvoy - Finance Office Contact Number(s) 724-938-3554 x101 - Chief Executive Officer 724-938-3554 x102 - Finance Office E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Chief Executive Officer email@example.com- Finance Office Web Addresses http://www.centerinthewoods.org Primary Addresses 130 Woodland Court Brownsville, PA 15417 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Fayette, Greene, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties Available Hours Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-938-3554 Miscellaneous Information Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Phone Volunteers, Meals on Wheels Drivers and Runners, Adult Day Center volunteers, Front Desk Volunteers, Greeters Centerville Clinics, Inc. Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Centerville Clinics, Inc., a private, non-profit organization founded in 1955, provides accessible, high quality, comprehensive health care services to individuals and families, regardless of their financial resources, through a medium of managing and operating coordinated health facilities and programs. History of Organization In the early 1950s a small group of labor leaders decided that it was up to them to make a difference in health care for their neighbors. These leaders, among them the late Joseph A. Jock Yablonski, wanted to provide a place where miners, who work in the most dangerous industry in America, could receive primary care. At the same time, they wanted to make medical care available to people in the rural communities of southwestern Pennsylvania. Those early leaders persuaded two general practice doctors and several specialists to come to Centerville, a small community in Washington County, Pennsylvania, and begin practicing medicine. The year was 1955, and the facility they used was an old farm house that had been partially renovated. A nearby apple barn also was renovated and incorporated into the physical plant. Dr. Robert Schwartz, the first medical director at Centerville Clinics, saw the first patient on April 27, 1955, thus beginning a tradition of service to the community. A series of expansions and additions, both in size and services, followed over the next seventeen years and by 1972 th present facility at Centerville, now known as the Joseph A. Yablonski Memorial Clinic, had emerged as a 21,000 square foot facility. Changes at the Yablonski Memorial Clinic were only one part of the growth of Centerville Clinics. Once the facility at Centerville was opened it became apparent that one location was not enough. The leaders of the Clinic wanted to reach out to other communities. In 1956 Centerville Clinics opened a community-care office in California, PA, then launched Carmichaels Clinic in 1960 as the third facility. Over a nine-year period, beginning in 1977, Centerville Clinics expanded three more times, opening offices in Waynesburg (1977), Bentleyville (1982), and Republic (1986). In 1994, Centerville Clinics expanded into Faichance and most recently opened facilities in Uniontown and Washington. Today, the Centerville Clinics network includes Bentleyville Family Practice Center, California Family Practice, Carmichaels Clinic, Fairchance Office, Republic Doctor s Office, Uniontown Family Doctors, Washington Family Doctors, Waynesburg Office, and the Yablonski Clinic. Accreditations and Licenses Outpatient, Partial Hospital Program, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services, Family Based Services, Intensive Case Manager Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Washington County MH/MR, Private Insurances Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jim Quinn - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Ann D. Gaydos - Director of Mental Health Courtney Cavannaugh - Supervisor of BHRS Vicki Murray - Supervisor of Family Based Contact Number(s) 724-632-5828 - Mental Health 724-632-6801 - Main Office E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Mental Health email@example.com- Director of Mental Health Web Addresses www.centervilleclinics.com - Centerville Clinics, Inc. Primary Addresses 724-632-6801 1070 Old National Pike Fredericktown, PA 15333 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 724-943-4507 316 Greensboro Road Greensboro, PA 15338 Click here for a Map of this Location. 724-228-8240 71 North Main Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 724-627-8156 190 Bonar Avenue Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1070 Old National Pike Road Fredericktown, PA 15333 Click here for a Map of this Location. 724-627-8027 300 North Street Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. 724-377-2818 P.O. Box 235 Vestaburg, PA 15368 Click here for a Map of this Location. 724-627-8156 20 Bonar Avenue Waynesburg, PA 15368 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1070 Old National Pike Road Fredericktown, PA 15333 Click here for a Map of this Location. 724-832-5782 201 Laird & Alwine Avenues Greensburg, PA 15601 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene, Fayette, Westmoreland and Fayette Counties Service Description Child/Adolescent Outpatient Services, Adult Outpatient Services, Child/Adolescent Partial Hospital Services, Adult Partial Hospital Services, Blended Case-Management Services, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services, Family Based Services, Student Assistant Program, After-care Services, and Summer Therapeutic Camps Available Hours Open 8:00-5:00 weekdays. Therapist and doctor's appointment available two nights/week. Eligibility Requirements Children, Adolescent, Adults with mental health issues. CCI contracts with Managed Care and private insurance. Sliding Fee schedule. Required Documentation Social Security Card, Photo ID How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 24/7. Walk-ins seen daily. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Centerville Clinics, Inc., Mental Health Program Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Centerville Clinics, Inc., a private, non-profit organization founded in 1955, provides accessible, high quality, comprehensive health care services to individuals and families, regardless of their financial resources, through a medium of managing and operating coordinated health facilities and programs. History of Organization In the early 1950s a small group of labor leaders decided that it was up to them to make a difference in health care for their neighbors. These leaders, among them the late Joseph A. Jock Yablonski, wanted to provide a place where miners, who work in the most dangerous industry in America, could receive primary care. At the same time, they wanted to make medical care available to people in the rural communities of southwestern Pennsylvania. Those early leaders persuaded two general practice doctors and several specialists to come to Centerville, a small community in Washington County, Pennsylvania, and begin practicing medicine. The year was 1955, and the facility they used was an old farm house that had been partially renovated. A nearby apple barn also was renovated and incorporated into the physical plant. Dr. Robert Schwartz, the first medical director at Centerville Clinics, saw the first patient on April 27, 1955, thus beginning a tradition of service to the community. A series of expansions and additions, both in size and services, followed over the next seventeen years and by 1972 the present facility at Centerville, now known as the Joseph A. Yablonski Memorial Clinic, had emerged as a 21,000 square foot facility. Changes at the Yablonski Memorial Clinic were only one part of the growth of Centerville Clinics. Once the facility at Centerville was opened it became apparent that one location was not enough. The leaders of the Clinic wanted to reach out to other communities. In 1956 Centerville Clinics opened a community-care office in California, PA, then launched Carmichaels Clinic in 1960 as the third facility. Over a nine-year period, beginning in 1977, Centerville Clinics expanded three more times, opening offices in Waynesburg (1977), Bentleyville (1982), and Republic (1986). In 1994, Centerville Clinics expanded into Faichance and most recently opened facilities in Uniontown and Washington. Today, the Centerville Clinics network includes Bentleyville Family Practice Center, California Family Practice, Carmichaels Clinic, Fairchance Office, Republic Doctors Office, Uniontown Family Doctors, Washington Family Doctors, Connelesville Family Practice, Charleroi Family Practice, Waynesburg Office, and the Yablonski Clinic. Accreditations and Licenses Outpatient, Partial Hospital Programs, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services, Family Based Services, Blended Case Management Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Washington County MH/MR Private Insurances Contact Information Key Leader(s) James Quinn - Executive Director Contact Person(s) BREAN ELLSWORTH - ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR, BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT Ann Gaydos - Director of Mental Health JEANNE HOLZAPFEL - DIRECTOR, BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT Cindy Cummings - Outpatient Supervisor Karen Wohar - SAP Liason Gail Mason - Adult Therapist Amy Vrescak - BSU Supervisor Vickie Knizner - Billing Secretary for Partial Hospital Programs Alison Thomas - Billing Secretary for Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services Susan Campbell - Greene County Mental Health Supervisor Vicki Murray - Family Based Services Supervisor Susan Ungurean - Administrative Secretary Laurajenn Rossell - Therapist Leigh Ann Nichols - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services Supervisor Barb Riggi - ACM Erin Hathaway - ACM Peggy Heffner - Child Therapist JESSICA LAWRENCE - ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR, BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT Contact Number(s) 724-632-6801 - Centerville Clinics 724-627-8156 - Greene County Mental Health Inc. Main office 724-627-8500 - Waynesburg Adult Partial Hospital Program 724-627-8034 - Waynesburg Children's Partial Hospital Program 724-832-9455 - Westmoreland County Children's Partial Hospital Program 724-938-2099 - BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT, CALIFORNIA OFFICE 724-377-2818 - Vestaburg Partial Hospital Program 724-228-8420 - Washington Partial Hospital Program 724-943-4507 - Penn Pitt Partial Hospital Program 724-483-3081 - BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT, CHARLEROI OFFICE 724-228-4219 - BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT, WASHINGTON OFFICE 724-938-3221 - BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT FAX NUMBER 724-632-5828 - Mental Health E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- JEANNE HOLZAPFEL, DIRECTOR, BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT email@example.com- BLENDED CASE MANAGEMENT firstname.lastname@example.org- Director of Mental Health email@example.com- Mental Health Web Addresses Inc. www.centervilleclinics.com - Centerville Clinics Primary Addresses 1070 Old National Pike Road Fredericktown, PA 15333 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses Bonar Professional Building 190 Bonar Avenue Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. 201 Laird & Alwine Avenue Greensburg, PA 15601 Click here for a Map of this Location. 71 North Main Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Box 235 Vestaburg, PA 15368 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1070 Old National Pike Road Fredericktown, PA 15333 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1152 WOOD STREET CALIFORNIA, PA 15419 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1070 Old National Pike Road Fredericktown, PA 15333 Click here for a Map of this Location. 316-B Greensboro Road Greensboro, PA 15338 Click here for a Map of this Location. 300 North Street Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene, Fayette and Westmoreland Counties Service Description Intensive Case Management provides 24-hour-a-day assistance to seriously and chronically mentally ill adults and children through natural supports, community resources, and specialized treatment to gain access to medical, educational, and social services. Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services at Centerville Clinics provides services to patients from birth to age 21. BHR Services is a community-based program that provides behavioral health rehabilitation to children and their families in settings within their home and community. The services are designed to meet the needs of the child as well as the needs of the family. An individualized service plan is developed by an Inter-Agency Team that includes the child, family members, and others who know the child best. The plan is needs-driven, family-centered, and strength-based. The focus of the plan is normalization. The goal of BHR Services is for the child to be maintained in his or her natural environment in lieu of a more-restrictive setting. BHR Services include o Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS). A TSS worker provides one-on-one behavioral intervention to a child or adolescent, so that the child or adolescent will learn the concrete behavioral goals as specified in the behavioral and treatment plans. BASE SERVICE UNIT The Base Service Unit (BSU) is the "point of entry" for consumers into Mental Health/Mental Retardation programs. The BSU offers direct services and also provides referrals to numerous county and community programs. The Base Service Unit offices are located in the Yablonski Memorial Clinic and in our Greene County Mental Health Office at 190 Bonar Avenue, Waynesburg. All services offered through the Base Service Unit are confidential. No treatment and personal information is transmitted to other agencies or individuals without your written permission. Outpatient Services provides therapy through a variety of modalities, including individual and group therapy, family and marriage counseling, psychotropic intervention, psychological testing, and psychiatric evaluations. Mobile Therapy (MT). An MT provides intensive therapeutic services to the child or adolescent in settings other than the provider agency or office. Family therapy also can be provided as needed. Student Assistance Program (SAP) provides services to area schools. These services include student assessment, crisis intervention and prevention, and clinical treatment. Treatment may be handled on an outpatient basis or on-site within the school, as deemed appropriate. Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services is a way to improve the lives of children and families who have complex needs. Services include Therapeutic Staff Support, Behavioral Specialists, and Mobile Therapists. After-Care Coordination provides services for consumers hospitalized for mental-health reasons. Services needed after discharge are arranged. Those services include outpatient therapy, psychiatric care, medication checks, partial hospitalization programs, housing referrals, and other referrals as needed. PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM The Centerville Clinics Partial Hospitalization Program focuses on providing intensive multidisciplinary mental health care on an outpatient basis. The program is designed to provide a therapeutic community for children and adolescents who cannot function in everyday social, school, work, or in community situations. Our program provides: An alternative to hospitalization for individuals at risk An alternative to inpatient care Ongoing support for individuals after they have been discharged from inpatient care. Our program is divided into two developmental age groups Children ages 6 to 12 years Adolescents age 13 to 18 years. Our goal is to design individualized treatment plans for each client. Each plan involves the work of a multidisciplinary team that includes the client, family members, staff, and the referral source. Our treatment teams include: Psychiatrists Psychologists Mental health professionals Counselors Our services include Psychiatric and psychological evaluations Individual, group, and family therapy Case management Educational services Behavioral modification Aftercare follow-up Medication monitoring ICM/RC Crisis management and intervention services (24 hours a day) Outpatient services Wrap-around services Available Hours Open 8:00-5:00 p.m. weekdays. Therapist and Doctor's appointments available one night a week. Fees/Cost for Services Child Intakes $192.50 Adult Intakes $140 1/2 hr therapy sessions $40 Psychiatric Evaluation $250 Medication Checks $50 Group Therapy $40 BSU Plan $40 Eligibility Requirements All ages. Centerville Clinics must contract with consumer's insurances. If no insurance and no money, must reside in Washington County. Required Documentation Sessions with beginning and end times must be recorded in the chart, along with treatments and other forms. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call or walk-in. You must have an intake prior to seeing a therapist or psychiatrist. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Child Care Information Services CCIS of Beaver/Washington Counties Organizational Information Parent Organization Washington County Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To provide assistance in addressing the child care needs of working families in Beaver and Washington Counties. History of Organization CCIS started in Washington County in 1989 and was known as Washington County Day Care Services. This subsidized child care assistance program for working parents is funded through the Department of Public Welfare (DPW)and is available in every county across the Commonwealth. In the late 1990's, DPW changed the name of this program to Child Care Information Services in all of the counties and added resource & referral services to assist parents in locating appropriate child care and other children's services. In 2013, the state of Pennsylvania developed an initiative to reduce the number of CCIS offices and consolidate administartive functions. Beaver and Washington merged offices and are now known as CCIS of Beaver/Washington Counties. Accreditations and Licenses None Affiliations The National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies The Pennsylvania Child Care Association The Washington County Health & Welfare Council Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources Department of Public Welfare Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) Contact Information Contact Person(s) Gina Steranko - Director 724.250.4010 firstname.lastname@example.org Tracy Holsopple - Assistant Director 724.229.6029 email@example.com Julie Burke - Client Services Supervisor 724.888.2951 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Number(s) 724.228.6969 - Main Office 1.888.619.9908 - Main Office 724.250.6571 - Fax 724.847.0145 - Secondary Office 1.800.322.8504 - Secondary Office 724.847.1593 - Fax Web Addresses co.washington.pa.us Primary Addresses CCIS of Beaver/Washington Counties 100 West Beau Street Suite 404 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 402 Brkich Way Suite 2 Beaver, PA 15009 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Beaver and Washington Counties Service Description Financial assistance for child care to working families who meet the eligibility requirements. Free information/assistance to all parents seeking child care services. Available Hours 8:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday Fees/Cost for Services A copay may be required to receive financial assistance for child care. The copay is based on the cost of care and family income. Eligibility Requirements To receive financial assistance for child care, parents must work at least 20 hours per week (this can be 10 hrs. of work and 10 hrs. of school/training) and meet the DPW Income Guidelines. Required Documentation CCIS Application Employment Verification Verification of Unearned Income Training Information Immunization Certification Authorization for Release of Information Photo ID How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call the CCIS Washington Office at 724-228-6969 or the CCIS Beaver Office at 724-847-0145 to request an application or schedule an appointment with the Resource & Referral Specialist. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Interpretor Available Speaker Available Yes Children's Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The Children's Home of Pittsburgh, established 1893, is an independent, non-profit licensed organization whose purpose is to promote the health and well-being of infants and children through services which establish and strengthen the family. Our Infant Adoption program provides free counseling and support services for birthparents, comprehensive placement services for adoptive families, research and reunion assistance, and more. History of Organization The work of The Children's Home of Pittsburgh began as The Pennsylvania Children's Home Society. The organization was founded to care for orphaned children and place them in permanent homes. In the late 19th century, many similar institutions and county homes were established in Pittsburgh to house large numbers of homeless children, the result of difficult economic times. In 1935, the Society moved from Edgewood to South Aiken Avenue in Shadyside and officially became The Children's Home of Pittsburgh. In March of 1969, The Children's Home moved to Kentucky Avenue in Shadyside. The Children's Home established its second program with the opening of the Transitional Infant Care (T.I.C.) Hospital at this building in 1984. A third program, Child's Way, opened as the first licensed Pediatric Extended Care Center in Pennsylvania in 1998. Each program experienced steady growth as a result of excellent quality and cost-effective delivery of services. Consequently, the demand for our services began to surpass the physical space available at our facilities. The Children s Home again identified and met the community s changing needs with the opening of The Children s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center in April 2007. The new building, located at 5324 Penn Avenue in Friendship, enables The Children's Home to expand its programs and consolidate services under one roof. For families of children with medical conditions, this facility provides enhanced options not available elsewhere in the community. Accreditations and Licenses Adoption program licensed through the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare for: Adoption Services Foster Family Care Private Children & Youth Agencies Pediatric Specialty Hospital licensed by: Pennsylvania Department of Health Child s Way is licensed by: Pennsylvania Department of Health Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Keystone Stars Certified: Star Two Designation Affiliations Memberships: The Adoption program is a member of: Adoptive Families of America Child Welfare League of America North American Council on Adoptable Children Three Rivers Adoption Council Resolve African American Chamber of Commerce Pediatric Specialty Hospital is a member of: American Hospital Association Hospital Council of Western Pennsylvania Child's Way Supplemental Head Start program through the Pittsburgh Public Schools Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Third party payers; foundation and corporate grants; local, state, and federal government; individual donors. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Pamela R. Schanwald, RN - Chief Executive Officer Contact Person(s) Constance A. Bach, MA - Director of Adoption Contact Number(s) 412.441.0167 - Fax 412.441.4884 - Main phone number Adoption Services - 800.961.7704 (toll-free) E-mail(s) email@example.com- E-mail address Web Addresses www.childrenshomepgh.org - Web Address Primary Addresses 5324 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses Washington Trust Building 6 South Main Street, Suite 418 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area SW Pennsylvania Service Description Our Infant Adoption program provides open, semi-open, and closed adoptions. Birthparents can choose an adoptive family and ongoing contact if desired. Counseling is provided during and after pregnancy. Private foster care is available if birthparents want more time to decide. Available Hours Our experienced, Master's level counselors are on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (1-800-961-7704) Fees/Cost for Services All birthparent services are free. Adoptive family costs based on services provided. Eligibility Requirements All birthparents are welcome, pregnant or post-delivery. Adoptive parents are carefully screened through background checks and criminal history. Required Documentation Varies How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call for appointment or for more information. Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Please visit our website (www.childrenshomepgh.org) and click "Support Us" for more information. Community Action Southwest CAS Organizational Information Parent Organization n/a Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To serve as a catalyst to mobilize the resources of the entire community to enable families and individuals in southwestern Pennsylvania to attain the skills, knowledge, motivation, and opportunities to become self-sufficient. History of Organization Created in 1965 by local community leaders, Community Action Southwest has served the low income communities and families of Washington and Greene counties for over 40 years. Accreditations and Licenses Pennsylvania Child Care Star 4 Affiliations Southwestern PA Community Development Corporation Threshold Housing, Inc. Action Resources, Inc. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Federal, state and local governments Private foundations & corporations Special Events fundraising Fees for services Donations Contact Information Key Leader(s) Darlene J. Bigler - Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Fondelier - Vice President of Operations Trenna Wheeler - Vice President of Human Resources Joe Perotti - Vice President of Finance Contact Person(s) Andrea Kelvington - Communications & Event Manager Contact Number(s) 724/225-9550 extension 404 E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Communications & Event Manager Web Addresses caswg.org - Community Action Southwest website Primary Addresses 150 W. Beau Street Suite 304 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 150 W. Beau Street Suite 304 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Click here for a Map of this Location. 58 East Greene Street Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and Greene counties and surrounding communities Service Description Family Reunification Project (Greene County only) Even Start GED classes Community Learning Centers Kindergarten Club Counting Kids Together Pre-K Program Housing & Utility Programs Housing Support Services Homeownership Counseling Housing Assistance Program (Greene County only) Emergency Food & Shelter Program Homeowner's Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program Home Equity Conversion Mortgage Counseling Consumer Family Satisfaction Team Supported Work/Supported Employment CAPWorks case management program Project SAVE Family Savings Account Credit Counseling Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Adult Education Head Start Parent Child Home Program Early Head Start Family Savings Account Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Senior Services (Greene County only) Available Hours 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. M-F for the administrative offices. Hours for the different programs vary by site. Fees/Cost for Services Most services are free. Eligibility Requirements Eligibility varies by program. Some programs are required to serve families/individuals who meet certain federal poverty guidelines. Required Documentation Documentation requirements vary by program, call for specific information. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call, walk in, write, email or be referred by a third party. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available Spanish and American Sign Language Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description We have many volunteer opportunities ranging from working with children and seniors to office and clerical support. Your financial support is also needed and appreciated. If you would like more information about volunteer opportunities or would like to discuss a donation, please call Andrea at (724) 225-9550, ext. 404. Community Care, Inc. CCI Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Community Care offers a variety of services. From Pediatric Home Care to Supplemental Facility Staffing, Community Care is there to serve the health and well being of the community. Whether you have an aging parent that needs assistance with daily living activities, or a ventilator dependent child that requires around the clock Skilled Nursing Services, Community Care Inc can help. History of Organization For over twenty years Community Care, Inc. has staffed the homes, hospitals and facilities of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Community Care Inc is locally owned and operated. We are very proud of our history of providing excellent patient care and fostering long lasting relationships with our employees. Accreditations and Licenses Medicare Certified Legal Structure For-profit entity Funding Sources Private Pay, Medicaid, Commercial Insurances, Pennsylvania Department of Aging Waiver, Long Term Care Insurance. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Janet Pencosky - Owner Wasil Waleski - Administrator Contact Person(s) Denise Romagnoli - Human Resource Manager Susan Watson - Pediatric Case Manager Contact Number(s) 724-830-9918 - Greensburg Office 724-225-6101 - Washington Office E-mail(s) email@example.com- Denise Romagnoli - Human Resource Manager firstname.lastname@example.org- Alisha Giannattassio - Admin Assistant Dept of Pediatrics Web Addresses www.communitycarenursing.com - Community Care Inc Primary Addresses 887 Henderson Avenue Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 224 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Westmoreland, Greene, Fayette and Allegheny counties. Service Description Skilled Pediatric Home Care - Respiratory/Ventilator Care, Feeding Tube Care, Tracheostomy Care, Hourly Private Duty Nursing and more. Non-Skilled Pediatric Home Care - Meal Prep, Assistance with Feeding, Assistance with Bathing/Grooming, and General Assistance with Daily Living. Non Skilled Private Duty Care for Adults - Sitting, Meal Prep, Assistance with Feeding, Assistance with Bathing and Grooming and General Hands on Daily Care. Skilled Private Duty Nursing For Adults - Medication Administration, Wound Care, IV Therapy, Respiratory/Ventilator Care, Feeding Tube Care, Tracheostomy Care and Hourly Private Duty Nursing Available Hours 24 Hours a Day 7 Days a Week Fees/Cost for Services Call 724-830-9918 or 724-225-6101 for more info. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call 724-830-9918 to 724-225-6101 Mon-Fri 8A-5P. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Community College of Allegheny County CCAC Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The Community of Allegheny County is about students learning from expert faculty. It's about choice-more than 170 programs that lead to great careers and great four-year colleges. It's no wonder CCAC is the number one choice of high school graduates and the largest provider of educational services in western Pennsylvania. History of Organization CCAC opened in September 1966, under the leadership of President Kermit C. Morrissey assisted by two campus presidents and college dean of administration. Today, CCAC is the third largest provider of associate's degree health care program in the county. More than 90,000 credit and non credit students were enrolled at CCAC during the last academic year. Accreditations and Licenses XXX Affiliations XXX Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources XXXX Contact Information Key Leader(s) Cindy E. Patterson - Assistant Dean Contact Person(s) Cindy E. Patterson - Assistant Dean Contact Number(s) 724.223.1012 E-mail(s) email@example.com- Assistant Dean Web Addresses www.ccac.edu Primary Addresses 1500 West Chestnut Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area South Western PA Service Description Business Career Program Health-Related Career Computer and Information Technology Programs Social Services Programs Career in the Technologies:Applied Arts Building Trades Apprenticeships Available Hours Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday hours vary contact the center Fees/Cost for Services Residents of Allegheny County $ 80.00 credit Residents of other PA counties with a community college $ 160.00 credit Residents of other PA counties without a community college $ 94.00 credit Required Documentation 1. Submit admission application. 2. Schedule a placement test at the center. 3.Make an appointment to meet with an advisor. 4. Fill out a registration form and submit it to the college center secretary. 5. Pay for classes. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call the Washington Center at 724.223.1012 between the hours 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM, Monday -Thursday and Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Community Psychiatric Centers Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Provide psychiatric and psychological evaluations, wraparound BHRS treatment, outpatient mental health counsleing, and medication management to children, adolescednts, and adults. History of Organization Community Psychiatric Centers is a partnership of Dr. Robert A. Lowenstein MD PC and Dr. John E. Carosso, Psy.D. PC. It hgas been providing quality mental health outpatient and BHRS treatment services since 2005. Accreditations and Licenses Licensed by OMHSAS and DPW as an Outpatient mental health Clinic. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Contact Information Key Leader(s) Robert A. Lowenstein MD - Medical Director 724 850-7200 724 850-7214 r4lowe @gmail.com Robert A. Lowenstein MD - Medical Director 412 681-4530 412 681-4530 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Person(s) Janie Lewis - Secretary 724 850-7200 724 850-7214 Primary Addresses MonVelley Health Center Eastgate 8 - Suite 387 Monessen, PA 15062 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area 5 County tri-state area Service Description BHRS wraparound treatment services Psychiatric and Psychological Evaluations Outpatient mental health counseling and therapy Medication management Available Hours 9:00 am to 7:00 pm daily Fees/Cost for Services Accept most insurance carriers including Medical Assistance, Value Behavioral Health, CCBHO, UPMC Health Plan, Aetna, Highmark Blue Cross/ Blue Shield How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call office at 724 850-7200 or 1-877- 899-6500 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Connect, Inc. SPHS Connect Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Connect Inc. exists to provide housing, case management and supportive services to homeless and near homeless persons in southwestern Pennsylvania. History of Organization Connect, Inc. (d.b.a. SPHS Connect) an affiliate corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. (SPHS), was established in 1995 as a general social service agency with the potential to develop and implement a variety of different services to address identified needs of Southwestern Pennsylvania residents. Initially, SPHS Connect assumed the responsibility of providing homeless assistance services that were previously held by SPHS. In 1998, SPHS Connect developed the Washington Family Center to support and strengthen families with children. Since then, the level and scope of services provided to individuals and families in Washington, Greene and Westmoreland Counties has continued to grow. In 2003, the Washington Family Center was expanded to include child abuse prevention and juvenile delinquency prevention programs as core Center components. Throughout 2003 and to the present, additional emphasis in the areas of academic support has been fostered through the implementation of the MATES (Mentors And Teachers Educating Students) project, the LEARN (Linking, Educating And Renewing Neighborhoods) project, ClassroomPlus tutorial services and Supplemental Educational Services through the Washington School District. In our efforts to encourage academic success while strengthening families and supporting educational providers the Family Center has provided leadership to the Early Care and Education (EC&E) Team of Washington County. The EC&E Team supports children and families, who have not yet reached school age, access quality early care through capacity building of county child care providers. In 2006, the EC&E Team acquired funding to implement the Parent and Child Enrichment (PACE) program. The PACE program is a county wide initiative whose purpose is to enhance the social skills, kindergarten readiness skills and build upon the communication skills of children 3 and 4 years old. Additionally, the PACE program has a parenting component which focuses on the parenting skills needed to help the children succeed in obtaining these skills. In 2001, the capacity of Safe Haven was increased from 10 to 20 beds in order to address the growing demand for housing and support services among the mental health population. In 2002, two apartment buildings at Highland Terrace in Donora were renovated and converted into 8 housing units for families. Also in 2002, 10 townhomes were developed in the City of Monessen to provide affordable housing opportunities to income-eligible families in the Mon Valley. In October 2002, SPHS Connect opened Welcome Home - a new emergency housing facility for single women and families in the City of Greensburg. It filled to capacity within the first week. In 2006, SPHS Connect opened the new Greene County Permanent Supportive Housing Project. This program, which serves six disabled, homeless singles and families, is the first of its kind in Greene County, and fills a gap in the continuum of services there. In February of this year, SPHS Connect was awarded a new HUD grant to begin operations of a 12 bed Safe Haven in Westmoreland County. This new program, which will begin operations in 2007, will not only fill a huge gap in the Westmoreland County housing continuum, but will eliminate the practice of using of the Washington County Safe Havens by Westmoreland County residents. Accreditations and Licenses N/A Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Connect is funded through a variety of sources including HUD McKinney-Vento funds, Emergency Shelter Grants, Housing Assistance Programs, the United Way, FEMA, and private donations. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jeff Burks Mascara - Executive Vice President/CEO William Leach - Director of Homeless and Housing Services Shelley Minnick - Supervisor Westmoreland Housing Programs Kelly Goedel - Supervisor Family Center Contact Person(s) William Leach - Director of Homeless and Housing Services Dee Keffel - Administrative Assistant Contact Number(s) 724-489-8095 - Connect Administrative Offices E-mail(s) email@example.com- Jeff Mascara Executive Vice President/CEO firstname.lastname@example.org- William Leach Director of Homeless and Housing Services email@example.com- Administrative Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org- Kelly Goedel Supervisor Family Center Web Addresses www.sphs.org - Connect Inc. Parent Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services Primary Addresses 302 Chamber Plaza Charleroi, PA 15022 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 292 E. Maiden St. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 240-250 North College Ave. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 262 E. Wheeling St. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Fort Jackson Building 19 S. Washington St. Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. 218 Maple Ave. Suite 200 Greensburg, PA 15601 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Connect Inc. serves the homeless in the Southwestern PA Counties of Washington, Westmoreland and Greene. Service Description Safe Haven - Provides housing to hard-to-reach, mentally ill homleless men and women. Washington Family Shelter - Provides shelter and support services to homeless families. Permanent Supportive Housing - Provides permanent housing to disabled homeless adults and families. Transitional Housing - Provides housing and support services to disabled, homeless adults and families for up to 24 months. Supportive Living (transitional) Housing - Provides housing and support services to homeless adults and families for up to 24 months. Available Hours Connect Inc. programs operate 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. Administrative and Housing Offices are open M-F 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. Connect Inc. operates an Emergency On-Call system (724-554-9280) to help persons access emergency housing after 5 pm and on weekends. Fees/Cost for Services Connect Housing Program guests are expected to pay a percentage of their income as a service fee when residing in housing programs. Eligibility Requirements Persons using Connect Housing must meet the federal definition of homelessness. Persons receiving Permanent Supportive and Transitional Housing services must also be disabled. Required Documentation Persons receiving Permanent Supportive and Transitional Housing services must provide proof of disability. Persons residing in Safe Haven programs must provide proof of a Mental Health Diagnosis. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Persons needing the assistance of Connect, Inc. may call 724-489-8095 during normal working hours or 724-554-9280 after 5 PM and on weekends. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Many of Connect Inc's program sites are handicapped-accessible. Connect helps guests who need handicapped-accessible housing access appropriate living quarters. Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Connect Inc. often uses volunteers to help in a varity of ways within our housing programs. Cornerstone Care None Organizational Information Parent Organization None Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Cornerstone Care's mission is to improve the health of our patients and of the residents of the communites we serve. We have a particular focus on providing access to health care for underserved populations. Underserved populations comprise people who have one or more barriers to accessing care (e.g. lack health insurance, are low-income, live in underserved areas with insufficient health care providers, have transportation difficulties, experience health disparity due to cultural, geographic, racial, income or other factors. History of Organization " 1978 - Organized by a group of citizens in Greensboro originally as the Southeast Greene Community Health Center in response to the lack of health care serives in the community. Our first patient signed in to be examined by our first provider, a Nurse Practitioner, in the former dining room of a two-story nineteenth century brick house on the banks of the Monongahela River in Greensboro, Pennsylvania. " 1980 - Opened first satellite in Bobtown, and added dental services. " 1981 - First physicians added (two family practitioners). " 1989 - Built modern 12,000 sq. ft. facility at Greensboro and expanded services. " 1992 - Opened satellite at Rogersville in western Greene County, expanded services, and changed name to Cornerstone Care " 1994 - Added mental health services " 1995 - Expanded Greensboro facility in partnership with other organizations to include Family Development Centers and Headstart, & new exam/counseling rooms. " 1995 - Doubled the facility space and practice at Rogersville site " 1997 - Merger with Community Medical Center of Northwest Washington County to create Cornerstone Care Community Medical and Dental Plaza. " 1999 - Began expanding services at Community Medical and Dental Plaza " 2001 - Added new physician & Chiropractor at Community Medical Center " 2002 Implement new networked computer info system in collaboration with six other community health centers in Pennsylvania " 2004 Opened Waynesburg Rural Psychiatry Center in Greene County " 2005 Added Pediatrics Associates of Washington in Washington County " 2006 Added Valley Women s Health in Monongahela, Washington county, and Belle Vernon, Westmoreland County. " 2007 - Developed new facility in Waynesburg for new Dental Center and to relocate Waynesburg Counseling Center Accreditations and Licenses All health care providers (i.e. physicians, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, dentists, hygienists, and chiropractors are appropriately licensed and, where pertinent, board-certified. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Fees for services, donations, and some grants from state agencies, federal agencies, and foundations. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Robert Mt. Joy - CEO Richard T. Rinehart - COO Hugo Berardi - CFO Victor Bell - Board Chairman Contact Person(s) Richard T. Rinehart - Chief of Operations and Development Contact Number(s) 724-947-2255 E-mail(s) email@example.com Web Addresses www.cornerstonecare.com Primary Addresses 7 Glassworks Road Greensboro, PA 15338 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 7 Glassworks Road Greensboro, PA 15338 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1227 Smith Tonwship State Road Burgettstown , PA 15021 Click here for a Map of this Location. 140 Church Street Suite 102 Rogersville, PA 15359 Click here for a Map of this Location. 35 South West Street Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. 400 Jefferson Avenue Washington, PA 15338 Click here for a Map of this Location. 501 West High Street Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1163 Country Club Road Monogahela, PA 15063 Click here for a Map of this Location. 800 Plaza Drive, suite 180 Belle Vernon, PA 15012 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Southwestern Pennsylvania including Washington, Greene, Fayette, Westmoreland, and southern Beaver and Alleghney counties Service Description Family Practice Medicine - Primary and Preventative Health Care for all ages by board-certifed family practice doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician's assistants. Care for acute conditions such as infections, flu, injuires, etc. Care for chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma, cardio-vascular disease, pulmonary diseases,etc. Gynecological Medical Care for women of all ages and Obstetrical Care for pregnant and post-partum women. Pediatric Primary Health Care for children and youth birth to 21. Dental Services including general and restorative dentistry, orthodontics, and oral surgery. Counseling Services for a range of mental health issues, familiy and individual therapy. Psychiatric services for children and adults. Family Plannning Services including birth control, counsleing, and education. Chiropractic Services. Prescription Asssitance Services to help get uninusred patients prescription medicines. Pharmacy services at selected sites. Available Hours all sites and serives are available during dya hours Monday through Friday. Each site has extended evening and/or weekend hours on selected days which vary by site. Fees/Cost for Services Fees are determined on the basis of the type of service. Discounts are available to eligible uninsured patients using a sliding (or graduated) fee schedule depending on family income. Eligibility Requirements Services are open to all persons. Eligibility for free and reduced cost services varies by service. Eligibility for general fee discounts through the sliding fee schedule is based on income, with the upper threshold of family income within 200% of the prevailing federal poverty income guideline. Required Documentation Eligibility for free and reduced cost services requires acceptable forms of income documentaiton and proof of identity. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments 724-947-2255 Greensoboro Center 724-499-5188 Rogersville Center 724-627-4309 Waynesburg Center 724-947-2255 Burgettsown Medical Center 724-947-2251 Burgettstown Dental Center 724-228-7400 Pediatic Associates Washington 724-258-2229 Valley Women's Health Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes - all facilities. We have equipment to facilitate dental care for patients in wheelchairs. We have electronic exam tables to facilite medical exams for people with disabilities Languages Spoken or Available We will arrange intrepretive services as needed. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description General office work, outreach and education, web site development and other IT issues Crime Victim/Witness Assistance Program Organizational Information Parent Organization District Attorney's Office Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The Crime Victim/Witness Assistance Program is committed to providing all victims of crime with the opportunities for involvement and input as afforded them through the Victims Bill of Rights in PA. These rights and services shall be provided to victims, witnesses, their families and significant other with compassion, dignity and respect. History of Organization This program was established in 1985 as a result of PA victims rights legislation. Originally there was one part time administrator. Currently there are 3advocates, one part time support staff person and a full time administrator. In 1995, significant changes in victim services occurred that affected law enforcement, the District Attorney s Office and the Courts. Legislation expanded the rights and services that are offered to crime victims. In about 2000, those services were extended to victims of juvenile offenses. In Washington County, victim services are provided under the umbrella of the District Attorney s Office. Some of our services include: " Crisis intervention-available within hours after a violent crime has been committed " Accompaniment, " Assistance with restitution and Crime Victim Compensation, " Witness relocation " Post conviction services-Crime victims are entitled to register with local or state correctional institutions. The Crime Victim/Witness Assistance Program only receives funding through PCCD grants-no County dollars are used to support the program. The three key grants that support victim services are the RASA (Rights and Services Act), VOJO (victims of juvenile offenses) and VOCA (Victims of Crime Act). Occasionally there are grants for special projects such the Elder Abuse Investigation unit or the Child Abuse Investigation unit. We average 1500 new victims each year in the adult system and 200 in the juvenile system. . Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Pa Commission on Crime and Delinquency Contact Information Key Leader(s) Steven M. Toprani - District Attorney Contact Person(s) Betsy Dane - Administrator Contact Number(s) 724-229-5922 - phone E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Administrator email@example.com- CV Compensation specialist Primary Addresses 1 S. Main St. Ste 1003 WASHINGTON, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Crime Victim Compensation CRIME VICTIM S COMPENSATION The Pennsylvania Crime Victims Compensation Fund is state run. It provides for the reimbursement of medical and other expenses resulting from violent crimes. The program also covers wages for lost wages as the result of a violent crime. IT DOES NOT PROVIDE FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF MONEY OR ARTICLES LOST DURING A CRIME WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE CASH PROCEEDS OF A SOCIAL SECURITY CHECK WHEN THE VICTIM S PRIMARY SOURCES OF INCOME IS SOCIAL SECURITY. The crime must be reported to the proper authorities within 72 hours. You must apply for comprehension within one year of the incident. Information brochures and applications for compensation are available from the Crime Victim/Witness Assistance Program. COMPENSATION DOES NOT PAY FOR: " For lost or stolen property " For pain and suffering " Injuries involving the use of a motor vehicle unless it was intentionally used to inflict injury and/or a victim of a DUI (Driving under the influence). Crime Victims of Juvenile Crime: The Crime Victim/Witness Assistance Program (CV/WAP) provides service to victims of juvenile offenses and criminal offenses. If you are a victim of a juvenile offense you have the following rights: " To receive notice of all significant hearings. " To provide to the court a victim impact statement. " To be restored as much as possible to your pre-crime economic status. " To receive information about and assistance with Crime Victim Compensation. " In some cases, you can receive information about the release or change of status of the juvenile offender. Victims of Crime involved in the Criminal Justice System: " To receive notice of all significant hearings. " To provide to the court a victim impact statement. " To be restored as much as possible to your pre-crime economic status. " To receive information about and assistance with Crime Victim Compensation. " In some cases, you can receive post-conviction information about the release or change of status of the defendant. Available Hours 9am-4:30pm Monday through Friday Fees/Cost for Services no cost Eligibility Requirements must be a victim or witness to a crime Required Documentation crime reported to police How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments call 724-229-5922 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes Languages Spoken or Available english Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Community outreach Court Accompaniment Special projects CRY Red Flag Green Flag Program Organizational Information Parent Organization Community Resources For Youth, INC. Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To identify the social needs of youth in Washington County not presently being met. To develop projects to meet those needs To solicit private sectoe support and funding. To recruit and train volunteers to implement the project/s. To administer and evaluate project/s. History of Organization Established in 1983. Incoporated as a non profit organization in 1985. Affiliations Steering Committee composed of representatives from the following Washington County agencies: MHA; NDAC, Inc.; The CARE Center; Juvenile Court; Victim/Witness Assistance Program; Try Again Homes, Inc.: Funding Sources Participating Washington County school districts and Washington County Children and Youth Services Contact Information Key Leader(s) Judith Hughes - Program Coordinator Mary Ann Zeitler - Chairman of Steering Committee Primary Addresses P.O. Box 4261 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Provide Personal Safety Ptogram--Red Flag Green Flag Program--to third grade students in Washington County on an annual basis. Includes presentation to the parents of the third grade students, so they are able to continue the dialogue when the Red Flag Green Flag coloring book comes home with the students. Available Hours Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fees/Cost for Services Three dollar charge for each coloring book used. Plus a $50 fee to cover the cost of the video used in each school district. Eligibility Requirements All third graders may participate with parent's permission. Required Documentation Permission slip is sent home to parents prior to the presentation for parents. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call or email CRY Program Coordinator Judith Hughes, firstname.lastname@example.org Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility As needed Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Volunteers sre recruited through the individual school districts so that there are enough faciliators to provide a six/1 ratio of student to faciliatator for each classroom presentation Diversified Human Services, Inc DHS, Inc Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of SPHS Developmental Services is to provide quality supports and services to individuals of all ages having developmental disabilities for the purpose of achieving optimal development and creating a wider range of opportunity and choice in their lives. Integration into the community and promoting self-esteem and dignity are key elements of all of our services. History of Organization Diversified Human Services has been providing residential, therapeutic day programming and early intervention services in Westmoreland, Washington and Fayette Counties for over 30 years. Accreditations and Licenses All of the SPHS Developmental Services programs are licensed or monitored by the state Office of Developmental Programs annually. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Services for individuals with developmental disabilities are funded through Medicaid waivers, County MH/MR programs and Medical Assistance. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jeff Burks Mascara - CEO/Vice President Contact Person(s) Antoinette Tarquinio - Director of Developmental Services Contact Number(s) 724-489-8096 Ext. 4257 - Director of Developmental Services E-mail(s) email@example.com- Director of Developmental Services Web Addresses www.sphs.org - Corporate website Primary Addresses 301 Chamber Plaza Charleroi, PA 15022 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Fayette, Washington and Westmoreland Counties Service Description The Community Living Arrangements (CLA) Program is a residential system of supports and services designed to assist and support adults with developmental disabilities in community settings. Three levels of support are available and provided based on individual need: 24 hour supervision, semi-independent, and minimal supervision. Individuals are assessed annually to determine the supports and services necessary to best meet the their needs, and an individualized plan of service is developed and implemented. Integration into the commnity and promoting self-esteem and dignity are key elements of the CLA Program. The CLA Program works to help individuals with developmental disabilities develop the skills that will aford them a wider range of opportunities and choice in their lives. The Step by Step Child Development Program is a system of supports and services designed to assist families of infants and toddlers (birth through two years) who may have developmental delays or special needs. We offer family-centered play, learning and therapeutic activities developed to promote optimal develpment in young children while supporting families through training and information sharing. Step by Step offers services for infants and toddlers for a wide variety of developmental concerns including: walking, talking, learning, playing, hearing, vision. Our staff of therapists and developmental specialists believes that every child is special and understands that each family has different needs. Families are encouraged to actively participate in the child's services, decision making and education. The staff of Step by Step Child Development Program work diligently to provide quality supports and services to children with special needs and their families for the purpose of achieving optimal development and creating greater balance in the family routine. The Therapeutic Activity Center (TAC) is a day program for adults with development disabilities. The TAC provides activities that promote the skills needed to participate fully in home and community activities. Activities include: cooking, menu plannning, shopping, recreation, educational and pre-vocational, all of which will afford people with developmental disabilities a wider range of opportunities and choice in their lives. Individuals are assessed annually to determine the level of support and skills needed to function more fully in their homes and communities. Individualized service plans are then developed and implemented. Integration into the community and promoting self-esteem and dignity are key elements of the Therapeutic Activity Center. The Therapeutic Activity Center is located at 670 McKean Avenue, Donora and operates Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Home and Community Habilitation supports are provided to individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages. The purpose of the Home and Community program is to assist people in their daily living skills both in the home and the community. Home and Community services include, but are not limited to: transportation, cooking, cleaning, assistance with self care, community activities, assistance with medical appointments and routine care. The Home and Community Habilitation program serves individuals from young school age through adulthood. Available Hours Therapeutic Activity Center - Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Step by Step Child Development Program - Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Community Living Arrangements Program and Home and Community Habilitation - program hours are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, weekends and holidays included; administrative office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Fees/Cost for Services All services are funded through the individuals' budget and funding source. Eligibility Requirements Adult services require a diagnosis of developmental disability; infant and toddler services are provided to young children having a diagnosis, or has or is at risk of having a developmental delay. Required Documentation Referral and intake information from County Supports Coordinators and Early Intervention Services Coordinators should be forwarded to our office. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call 724-489-8096, Ext. 4560 for information on accessing all services. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility All program sites are handicap accessible. Languages Spoken or Available English; others available upon request and need. Diversified Human Services/SPHS Child Learning Center Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern PA Human Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization SPHS Child Learning Center's mission is to facilitate the growth and development of each child while supporting the family. The philosophy underlying our program is each child must be active in the learning process. History of Organization SPHS Child Learning Center has been operated for over 35 years. Accreditations and Licenses STAR II certification Department of Public Welfare Licensed Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources CCIS of Washington County CCIS of Westmoreland County CCIS of Fayette County Private Pay Contact Information Key Leader(s) Linda Fafalios - Director Contact Person(s) Fran Pacak - Secretary Contact Number(s) 724-684-KIDS (5437) - Telephone E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Director DCroushore@sphs.org- Director/Group Supervisor email@example.com- Director/Group Supervisor Primary Addresses 301 Chamber Plaza Charleroi, PA 15062 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 301 East Donner Avenue Suite 100 Monessen, PA 15062 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Westmoreland County Service Description Child Care Services Ages birth through 12 years Monday through Friday 6:30a.m.-6:30 p.m. Child Care Services Ages birth through 12 years Monday through Friday 6:30a.m.-6:30 p.m. Before and After School Services/Summer School Age Care Available Hours 6:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Fees/Cost for Services Infant/Full Day - $30.00 Infant/Part Day - $25.00 Toddler/Full Day - $29.00 Toddler/Part Day - $24.00 Preschool/Full Day - $26.00 Preschool/Part Day - $22.00 School Age/Full Day - $25.00 School Age/Part Day - $17.00 Eligibility Requirements None Required Documentation None How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact the Director or Secretary at 724-684-KIDS (5437) Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available Available upon need Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Assists the teacher with classroom responsibilities. Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA DVSSP Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA is to increase awareness of domestic violence and its effect on the community, to empower those victimized by providing advocacy and safe and effective services, and to work for social change designed to eliminate domestic violence. History of Organization The Women's Shelter was started in 1976, primarily as an information and referral service and to be a "listening ear". The scope of the problem of domestic violence in our area quickly became evident and, through a grant from the Washington Presbytery and the Circle Foundation, the YWCA of Washington was able to rent a nearby apartment in May of 1980. This became Washington County's first shelter for victims of domestic violence. For quite some time, the Shelter was funded through a grant from Washington-Greene Community Action Corporation and private donations. In April 1983, the Shelter was forced to close its doors because the lease on the apartment had expired and funds for continuation of the project were unavailable. During the rest of 1983 and until July, 1984, 46 women and 75 children were transported to safe shelter in other counties. In August of 1984, again as a result of a grant from the Washington Presbytery, the Shelter re-opened in a large apartment with a 14 bed capacity. During the following months, 122 women and 177 children were sheltered. In November of 1985, the Women's Resource Center Advisory Committee of the YWCA voted to leave the YWCA and become an independent agency. The new agency became incorporated in February of 1986 as Washington Women's Shelter and was fully autonomous in July of 1986. Funding sources included the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, Washington-Greene Community Action Corporation, and donations. In March of 1986, Washington Women's Shelter once again moved its operation to a new location, a much larger house with big rooms. In 1989, Washington Women's Shelter entered into a contract with Washington County for a grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Board of Directors mortgaged a lovely, large older home in Washington and used H.U.D. monies to furnish and remodel the building in accordance with Labor and Industry specifications and needs of the program. Finally, in January of 1990, Washington Women's Shelter began providing safe shelter in a charming and comfortable setting which remains our present home. In October of 2010, at the request of the PA Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the PA Commission on Crime and Delinquency, WWS, Inc. began providing domestic violence services in neighboring Fayette County. In early 2011, the organization legally changed our name to DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES OF SOUTHWESTERN PA. Affiliations Member: Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Delegate: Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence Membership; Member: Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence Diversity Committee and Nominating Committee Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Title XX, FVPS, SSBG, Act 44, Act 222), Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (VOCA, VAWA-STOP), Housing and Urban Development (SHP, ESG), PA Department of Public Welfare (Homeless Assistance Program), United Way of Washington County, Greene County United Way, Westmoreland-Fayette United Way, Contributions, Foundations, and Fundraisers Contact Information Key Leader(s) Michelle L. Robinson-Ritter - Executive Director 724-223-5481 724-223-5482 firstname.lastname@example.org Cheryl McCready - Satellite Office Coordinator 724-852-2463 724-627-4729 email@example.com Jennifer Weakland - Shelter Manager 724-223-0911 724-437-2530 724-223-0911 firstname.lastname@example.org Megan Burkardt - Shelter Coordinator 724-223-0911 724-223-0911 email@example.com Contact Person(s) Deborah Regets - Transitional Housing Coordinator 724-223-9140 firstname.lastname@example.org Megan Burkardt - Shelter Coordinator 724-223-0911 email@example.com Michelle L. Robinson-Ritter - Executive Director 724-223-5481 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Number(s) 724-223-5481 - Administrative Office 724-223-0911 - Shelter Office 1-800-791-4000 - 24 hour hotline if 724-223-9190 is long distance 724-223-9190 - 24 hour hotline 724-223-5482 - Administrative Office Fax 724-223-9140 - FRESH START Transitional Housing Fax 724-852-2463 - Satellite Office (Greene County) 724-223-9141 - FRESH START (Transitional Housing) FAX 724-627-4729 - Satellite Office (Greene County) FAX 724-223-5482 - Education & Training (Washington) Fax 724-852-2373 - Greene County Women's Center Education & Training 724-223-5477 - Education & Training (Washington) 1-800-791-4000 - Greene County Women's Center 24-hour hotline 724-852-2463 - Greene County Women's Center hotline 724-627-4729 - Greene County Women's Center FAX 724-223-8357 - Legal Advocacy Office FAX 724-223-8349 - Legal Advocacy Office E-mail(s) email@example.com- Shelter firstname.lastname@example.org- FRESH START Transitional Housing email@example.com- Administrative Office firstname.lastname@example.org- Greene County Women's Center email@example.com- Legal Advocacy Office firstname.lastname@example.org- Executive Director email@example.com- Education & Training (Washington) Web Addresses www.peacefromdv.org - Agency Website Primary Addresses 308 East Maiden Street Washington, Pennsylvania 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses P.O. Box 503 Washington, Pennsylvania 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene and Fayette Counties Service Description transitional housing program satellite counseling center in Greene County accompaniment children's program community education and training programs 24 hour intake safe, temporary shelter 24 hour hotline domestic violence prevention projects in schools transportation food, clothing, and personal care items for program participants legal advocacy program, protection from abuse assistance Information and referrals general advocacy resident support groups community support groups supportive, educative, empowerment counseling Available Hours The hotline and shelters intake operate on a 24-hour basis. Fees/Cost for Services There is no cost for services provided to victims of domestic violence, their children, or their significant others. Eligibility Requirements Direct services are available to victims of domestic violence, their children, and their significant others. Required Documentation Identification and income documentation are required. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Services may be accessed through the 24-hour hotline or through referrals. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility We are accessible in most sites and are continuosly working toward increasing our accessibility. Languages Spoken or Available Brochures are printed in Spanish. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description All direct service volunteers must complete 45 hours of training that gives the privilege of confidentiality in court. Dress for Success Pittsburgh-Washington Branch Organizational Information Parent Organization Dress for Success Pittsburgh Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Dress for Success mission is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. History of Organization Dress for Success Pittsburgh has been in exsistence for 5 years. The Washington Branch has been open since November 2008. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources We receive some funding through the PA Dept of Welfare to house their PA WORKWEAR program. All other funding comes from private donors, corporations and grants. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Robin Matthews - Branch Manager 724-228-8327 724-228-8327 724-228-8329 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Person(s) Robin Matthews Contact Number(s) 724-228-8327 - manager E-mail(s) email@example.com- manager Web Addresses www.dressforsuccesspittsburgh.org - manager Primary Addresses 254 North Main St Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County, Westmoreland County, Greene County Service Description Employment Clothing Available Hours Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00AM-4:00PM Fees/Cost for Services free Eligibility Requirements Must be referred by a referral agency. Required Documentation Referral form faxed from a referral agency How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call 724-228-8327 for more information about becoming a referral agency or how to refer your client for services. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available Yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Elizabeth Babcock, LCSW Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Licensed Psychotherapist providing general counseling services to individuals and couples, along with community wellness education and corporate consulting. Primary specialty is treatment of chronic overeating; secondary specialty is treatment/education regarding emotional abuse issues in relationships. History of Organization Solo practice since August 2004, after 15 years of prior experience working with supervision in group psychotherapy practices. Accreditations and Licenses Licensed Clinical Social Worker in state of Pennsylvania. Board Certified Diplomate through the American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work. Affiliations National Association of Social Workers, National Eating Disorders Association, Single Steps Strategies, Women's Business Network Legal Structure For-profit entity Funding Sources Direct payments from clients and also from third-party payors (insurance companies). Contact Information Key Leader(s) Elizabeth Babcock - owner/psychotherapist Contact Person(s) Elizabeth Babcock - owner/psychotherapist Contact Number(s) 724-941-1940 - main office number E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses www.elizabethbabcock.com - educational information for community use Primary Addresses 4160 Washington Road Suite 204 McMurray, PA 15317 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area southwestern PA Service Description Psychotherapy/counseling services for adult clients, covering the following areas of need: overeating, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, communication, emotional abuse, codependency, self-esteem, assertiveness, grief, stress management, time management, life enhancement/balance strategies, recovery (from any addictive pattern). Community and corporate wellness education via on-site seminars and published articles. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing for corporate and other public settings in the aftermath of violence, accident or other trauma. Program development/consultation for treatment of obesity, diabetes. Available Hours Hours by appointment, Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. Fees/Cost for Services Covered by most major insurance carriers. Fee schedule available at www.elizabethbabcock.com. Eligibility Requirements No restrictions. Required Documentation Insurance card, if insurance is to be used. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-941-1940. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Sidewalk ramps, elevator. Languages Spoken or Available English only. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No END Violence Center (END V) Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The END Violence Center (END V) is committed to raising awareness, providing resources and ending sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking within the campus community. To achieve these goals, the center offers services which include, but are not limited to: Providing prevention education programs and events to the campus regarding sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking Providing trainings for staff, faculty, health center personnel, law enforcement, and campus organizations Presentations, tailored to meet the needs of specific audiences END V Center - Home of the Green Dot is a place for students to grab a free cup of coffee, or use our laptops, flat screen TV and our lounge as a place to relax between classes The center also offers a resource library with numerous brochures, books, training manuals and videos. The campus community is encouraged to utilize these materials as an educational resource. History of Organization Formerly known as the P.E.A.C.E. Project (Prevention, Education, Advocacy, for Change and Empowerment) Contact Information Key Leader(s) Nancy Skobel - Program Director Kay Dorrance - Project Coordinator/Advocate Contact Person(s) Nancy Skobel - Project Director Kay Dorrance - Project Coordinator/Advocate Contact Number(s) 724-938-5707 - END Violence Center/California University of PA E-mail(s) email@example.com- END Violence Center (END V) Web Addresses http://www.calu.edu/current-students/student-services/end-v/ Primary Addresses California University of PA G45 Carter Hall 250 University Avenue California, PA 15419 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area California University of PA Service Description The END Violence Center (END V) serves California University of PA students and their families. The center is committed to raising awareness about sexual violence, intimate partner violence and stalking. Available Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Call to schedule appointments. Fees/Cost for Services Services are free Eligibility Requirements Student of California University of PA or family member. Required Documentation Signed release from the victim allowing advocacy to family member. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-938-5707 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Family Behavioral Resources FBR Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jerry Joseph - CEO Primary Addresses 75 E. Maiden Street Suite 103 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 4620 Hill Drive North Huntingdon, PA 15642 Click here for a Map of this Location. One Corporate Circle Greensburg, PA 15601 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County is serviced by the local area. FBR currently services Allegheny, Armstrong, Indiana, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Washington, Westmoreland, and Mercer counties through various satellite offices. Family Behavioral Resources FBR Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization It is the mission of Family Behavioral Resources to be a leader in delivering the highest quality of recoveryoriented mental health services. Services are designed in accordance with FBRs philosophy of care, and delivered through a variety of theoretical approaches and interventions based on evidence-based practice. We are committed to supporting children, families and their surrounding community with quality care which upholds the utmost integrity. Here, caring is everything. History of Organization Since its start in 1999, Family Behavioral Resources (FBR) has continually enhanced its delivery of quality mental health services. FBR started an Outpatient Clinic in Connellsville in July of 1999, began its BHRS program in August of 1999, and now provides a variety of mental health services throughout twelve counties in Southwestern Pennsylvania. FBR continues to work with counties' MH/MR centers and managed care systems to identify other mental health needs, either new programs or expansion of existing programs, that will help people in those counties. In 2003, FBR created the Specialized Autism Services program to better serve clients' unique needs within that population. FBR's CEO and founder, Dr. Jerry Joseph, and FBR's Senior Management Team remains committed to the "Family" in Family Behavioral Resources through the delivery of Family Focused Therapy. We strive to make a difference in the lives of every individual that we touch through delivering quality service and treating each individual with dignity. There are a number of ways that we may be able to serve your family. We invite you to browse our website, and feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. Family Behavioral Resources... Here, caring is everything. Accreditations and Licenses A CARF Three-Year Accreditation has been awarded to Family Behavioral Resources for its Intensive Family-Based Services - Mental Health (Children and Adolescents), Outpatient Treatment - Mental Health (Adults), and Outpatient Treatment - Mental Health (Children and Adolescents). *BHRS falls under Outpatient Treatment. Ask us about CARF today! Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jerry Jospeh - CEO Rick Murray - COO Dawn Joseph - Director of Quality Improvement Cathy Hughes - Family Supports Coordinator Andrea Tremel - Clinical Supervisor - Washington Office Lisa Leach - Regional Director of Autism Services Contact Person(s) Janice O'Neil - Administrative Supervisor - Intakes and appts. Darlene Vanvolkinburg - Administrative Supervisor - HR Contact Number(s) 724-229-0311 - Telephone 724-229-3277 - Fax 724-850-8118 - Corporate Office E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Washington Office email@example.com- Clinical Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org- Regional Director of Autism Services email@example.com- Autism Information Web Addresses www.familybehavioralresources.com - Company Web Address Primary Addresses 90 W. Chestnut Street Suite 110 LL Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses PO Box 879 Greensburg, PA 15601 Click here for a Map of this Location. 101 Towne Square Way Suite 239 Pittsburgh, PA 15227 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area FBR serves the following counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lancaster, Mercer, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland Service Description Specialized Autism Services - FBR has developed a specialized Autism Team comprised of individuals who exemplify a level of expertise in the provision of autism services. This team works to ensure and enhance the quality of services, expand the continuum of care for those on the spectrum, and train clinicians to excel in meeting the individual needs of the children we serve. The Autism Team consists of Autism Coordinators (AC), Regional Directors of Autism Services (RDAS), and a Family Support Coordinator. Each office is supported by either a RDAS or AC that provides clinical oversight of all autism cases served within their identified region/office. This includes, but is not limited to initial assessment and program development, ongoing clinical support for lead clinicians supporting consumers with an ASD diagnosis by conducting weekly Clinical Consultation & Collaboration, providing Clinical Case Consultations and completing Case Reviews. In addition, the Autism Team is committed to participating in the global quality of autism services at FBR through the development of new trainings, programs, and community outreach efforts. Current outreach efforts include: Family Support Groups Social Skill / Play Groups Sibling Groups Resource Packages / Information Guides Parent Professional Workshops School Trainings and Consultations H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Potential Expand) for Tomorrow Focus Groups Summer Therapeutic Activities Programs (STAP) Our Family Support Coordinator, Catherine Hughes, is a parent of a child formerly diagnosed on the autism spectrum. She is available for identifying community resources, information, as well as provides caring support for families. Specialized Autism Services at FBR are under the oversight of our Chief Operating Officer, Rick J. Murray, LSW, BCBA. He is also a member of the Professional Advisory Council for the Advisory Board on Autism and Related Disorders (ABOARD), and is a founding board member for the Greater Pittsburgh Chapter of Autism Speaks. BHRS (Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services) - BHRS or Wraparound services is a Medicaid-funded program designed to provide services to children under 21 years of age that have a current mental health diagnosis. These services are designed to increase the level of psychosocial functioning and well-being, so less intensive services will be required. A clinical licensed psychologist or psychologist assistant conducts an evaluation to assess the needs of the child/adolescent to determine the most appropriate level of service. If BHRS is deemed medically necessary and is recommended, the team might consist of any or all of the following team members: Behavioral Specialist Consultant (BSC) ~ A masters level mental health professional who consults and collaborates with all members of the treatment team. The BSC maintains clinical oversight of the case, including development of the treatment plan, clinical programming and mentoring the Mobile Therapist (MT) ~ A masters level clinician who provides individual therapy for the consumer. Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS) ~ A bachelors level clinician that works one-on-one with the consumer and implements the interventions developed by BSC. Wraparound is a process designed to improve the lives of consumers with complex psychological or behavioral needs. It is not a specific program or protocol. Therapy is available 7 days a week and becomes part of the consumers daily routine. Hours prescribed will vary, depending on the severity of impairment. Sessions are scheduled according to the familys needs, and are available day or night, and also on weekends when necessary. Services are provided in the home, community, and/or the educational setting. Goals of BHR S Include: Assessing the childs and familys strengths, needs, abilities and preferences Setting individualized goals for the child Setting individualized goals for the family Developing and implementing an individualized clinical program designed to target problematic behaviors and facilitate the development of prosocial behaviors Evaluating treatment on an on-going basis in order to determine the efficacy of current treatment modalities/behavioral interventions Setting goals for discharge Treatment Approach FBR ensures that all therapeutic approaches utilized within the provision of services fall within the framework of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and/or research-based behavioral health treatment. Staff work collaboratively with each consumers family and extended support system in order to identify and implement appropriate intervention(s) to target the individualized needs of each consumer. Staff receive a variety of trainings initially as part of an orientation process as well as ongoing to enhance their role as a clinician. Current trainings include topics such as: Behavioral Modification and Crisis Intervention Typical Child Development Child Abuse BSC & TSS Clinical Training BHRS in the Educational and Community Settings Cultural Competency Basic Principles of ABA It Shouldnt Hurt to be a Child Trauma and Attachment, Part I and II Values, Ethics and Professional Boundaries Our Pledge to Service: FBRs purpose is to provide competent BHRS services in accordance with CASSP principles: Child-centered Family-focused Community-based Multi-system Culturally Competent Least Intrusive / Least Restrictive Adult Autism Services - Family Behavioral Resources has been approved to provide support through the following services. Several members of our Autism and Clinical Management Teams have completed the required trainings to make this possible. Behavior Specialists will provide specialized behavioral support for individuals who may demonstrate behavioral challenges because of limited social skills, limited communication skills, or impaired sensory systems. Behavioral Specialist Services provide specialized interventions that assist a participant to increase adaptive behaviors to replace or modify challenging behaviors that prevent or interfere with the participants inclusion in home and family life or community life. Community Inclusion is designed to assist participants in acquiring, retaining, and improving communication, socialization, self-direction, self-help, and adaptive skills necessary to reside in the community. Community Inclusion facilitates the participants social interaction; use of natural supports and typical community services available to all people; and participation in education and volunteer activities. Family Counseling services will provide caregiver counseling for the participants family to develop and maintain healthy, stable relationships among all caregivers, including family members, in order to support the participant. Emphasis is placed on the acquisition of coping skills by building upon family strengths. Counseling services are intended to increase the likelihood that the participant will remain in or return to the familys home. Family Training is a service available to develop expertise in the participants family so that caregivers can help the participant acquire, retain, or improve the individuals ability to live independently. Individual Counseling services will enable individuals to increase or maintain their ability to perform activities of daily living. The therapy is directly delivered to the individual receiving services. Temporary Crisis services will provide additional staff in the short term at a time of crisis for a participant when it has been determined that the participants health and welfare is in jeopardy and existing supports and services cannot be provided without additional staff assistance. This service is intended for those unforeseen circumstances, which trigger a need for a time limited increase in support. Job Finding and Assessment helps persons with autism find meaningful employment or volunteer work within their communities. Assessment includes review of past job history, skills and interests to help match the individual with appropriate positions within an agency or organization. Job finding utilizes the assessment findings to help the consumer secure permanent employment for over 30 days. THE ADUL T AUTISM WAIVE R PROCE SS In order for a person to be eligible for the waiver program, he/she must meet the following criteria: 1. Live in the state of Pennsylvania (or plan to live in PA by the time of enrollment) 2. Have an ASD diagnosis 3. Be 21 years of age or older by time of enrollment 4. Meet Medical Assistance financial eligibility 5. Meet Intermediate Care Facility level of care Persons interested in the waiver program must contact the BAS at 866-539-7689. Following a consultation with a BAS representative, you will receive a Priority Status Letter. It is important to note that you will not receive an application unless there is capacity to service you under the waiver. Once approved for the waiver program, the consumer will select a Supports Coordinator (SC) to facilitate the development and implementation of the Individual Support Plan (ISP) to address the goals of the consumer and his/her family. The consumer and planning team will select the service provider(s) to implement waiver services identified within the ISP. The ISP is then submitted to the BAS for service authorization. Once waiver services are authorized, the SC will contact the provider(s) to notify them that they have been selected by the consumer, review the recommendations of the ISP and assess the providers capacity to provide services and facilitate a schedule for service initiation. Available Hours Office Hours are Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. Services provided in home to our clients are provided as scheduled by the family member. Fees/Cost for Services Services are funded through Medical Assistance which is available in PA to all children with an Axis I diagnosis regardless of their parents income. Eligibility Requirements In order to be admitted to BHRS services, Children must first have a comprehensive psychological evaluation. These are provided at our office or you may receive one anywhere you wish. The evaluation can not be more than 30 days old and must have a recommendation for BHRS services. BHRS consumers are between the ages of 0 to 21. Adult Autism Waiver Consumers are ages 21 and up. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments You may schedule a psychological evaluation by calling our office. Afer you have completed that process, you will be then invited to an Interagency Meeting where the needs of your child will be discussed in detail and the specific services that were recommended will be discussed. YOu will then be asked to select and provider and the County representatives will then call the provider to alert them of your selection. At that time, FBR will schedule an intake for your child to get to know more about your child and your entire family. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English primarly. Language access can be provided as necessary if given notice. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Family Promise of Southwestern Pennsylvania IHN Organizational Information Parent Organization Family Promise Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To unite congregations from the religious community to provide shelter, supportive services and caring hospitality to homeless familites, helping these families remain intact through difficult times and return to independence. History of Organization IHN was initiated in 1992 as a response to the emergency needs of homeless families in southwestern Pennsylvania. The organizational structure was based on the model of the National Interfaith Hospitality (now Family Promise) which was developed in 1978 by Karen Olson, and now includes over 120 networks around the United States. After two years of seeking commitments from area churches, our Network was able to open its doors with six congregations in April 1994. Over the past 14 years, we have enlarged our coalition to include a second family shelter in Crafton, and more than 30 congregations including 800 volunteers who provide meals and overnight accomodations. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Contact Information Key Leader(s) Laura Vincenti - Executive Director 7242291129 7242293209 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Person(s) Tracey Finn - Social Services Coordinator Marlene Day - Program Coordinator 7242291129 7242293209 email@example.com Contact Number(s) 724-229-1129 - Telephone 724-229-3209 - Fax E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses www.familypromiseswpa.org Primary Addresses 297 East Beau Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 7 Oregon Ave. Crafton, PA Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Southwestern Pennsylvania Service Description Dinner and overnight shelter at one of our network congregations in weekly cycles Case management services A consistent place to come "home" to at the Family Center to receive mail, do laundry, prepare breakfast and lunch, go to school and work. Referrals, information and access to other services and agencies to aid in reaching goals Available Hours 9:00 to 5:00 monday through friday Fees/Cost for Services None Eligibility Requirements Homeless Families with minor children How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call main office- 724-229-1129 Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Volunteers are always needed at the Network Congregations to prepare meals, host overnight and drive the network van. Call 724-229-1129 for a congregation in your area Family Services of Western Pennsylvania Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To foster the capabilities and skills in families and individuals to direct their own lives, promote recovery and resilience and create a productive, caring community. History of Organization Family Services of Western Pennsylvania was formed in 1948 as a merger of three preexisting agencies whose histories extend as far back as 1885. Accreditations and Licenses Four year accreditation from the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children. Various mental health licenses, drug and alcohol treatment license, and foster care provider license. Affiliations Alliance for Children and Families, National Council for Community Behavioral Health, Pennsylvania Community Providers Association, Pennsylvania Alliance for Children and Families, Ways to Work, Inc., United Ways of Allegheny, westmoreland and Washington Counties. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Numerous different funding streams including state grants through county government for mental health, drug and alcohol, aging, foster care, forensic programs, vocational rehabilitation, and others; 3 United Ways, foundation grants, individual and corporate donations; federal funding through NIMH and HUD. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Donald H. Goughler - Chief Executive Officer Contact Person(s) Paulette Zanotti - Community Liaison Contact Number(s) 7242950406 Web Addresses www.fswp.org Primary Addresses 3230 William Pitt Way Pittsburgh, Pa 15238 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area 7 counties in SW Pennsylvania Service Description The agency provides a wide range of services including a full range of mental health services and both vocational and residential services for people with mental retardation, drug and alcohol, foster care, community counseling, consumer loan and financial support services, transportation, forensic services, in home services for older adults, educational assistance for youth aging out. Ways to Work-A consumer loan program to enable people with low credit ratings to purchase an automobile needed to support work. Available Hours Contact is available 24 hours per day, specific programs operate on different schedules. Fees/Cost for Services Fees for services vary. Eligibility Requirements Eligibility requirements vary. Required Documentation Required documentation varies depending on services. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact the agency toll free line at 1-888-222-4200 Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need No Gateway Rehab Center GRC Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Gateway Rehab Center's mission is to enable people affected by or at risk of addictive diseases and other mental and emotional disorders to lead healthy and productive lives through prevention, education, treatment, and research. History of Organization Gateway Rehabilitation Center is a private, not-for-profit organization that provides comprehensive community and school-based prevention services and treatment for adults, youth, and young adults, and families with alcohol and other drug-related problems. Gateway was founded in 1972 by Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, internationally recognized authority in the field of chemical dependency treatment, psychiatrist, frequent lecturer, and author of more than 50 self-help related books. Nearly 100,000 individuals have received treatment within the Gateway system, which serves western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio. Accreditations and Licenses Pennsylvania Department of Health - Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs; Pennsylvania Department of Welfare for Adolescent Residential Services; Genesis Division - Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO); Corrections Division - American Correctional Association (ACA); Pennsylvania Department of Welfare Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Contact Information Key Leader(s) Kenneth S. Ramsey Ph.D. - President and Chief Executive Officer Contact Person(s) Richard Troup - Director Admissions/Evaluations Services Ron Cichowicz - Vice President of Corporate Advancement Contact Number(s) Phone: 800-472-1177 Fax: 724-375-8815 Web Addresses www.gatewayrehab.org Primary Addresses Robinson Plaza Three, Suite 430 6600 Steubenville Pike Pittsburgh, PA 15205 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 100 Moffett Run Road Center Twp.,, PA 15001 Click here for a Map of this Location. 2121 Noblestown Plaza Pittsburgh, PA 15205 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1659 Route 228 Cranberry Twp.,, PA 16066 Click here for a Map of this Location. 87 East Maiden Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1659 Route 228 Cranberry Twp.,, PA 16066 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1628 Roseytown Road Greensburg, PA 15601 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1360 Old Freeport Road, Suite 3B Pittsburgh, PA 15238 Click here for a Map of this Location. 262 Ohio River Blvd. Baden Plaza Baden, PA 15005 Click here for a Map of this Location. 4327 Northern Pike Monroeville, PA 15146 Click here for a Map of this Location. 500 Lewis Run Road Suite 121 West Mifflin, PA 15122 Click here for a Map of this Location. 4150 Washington Road Suite 7 McMurray, PA 15317 Click here for a Map of this Location. Squirrel Hill Professional Suites 5818 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 Click here for a Map of this Location. 100 Moffett Run Road Aliquippa, PA 15001 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1215 Seventh Avenue 3rd Floor, Suite 313 Beaver Falls, PA 15010 Click here for a Map of this Location. 426 George Street Braddock, PA 15104 Click here for a Map of this Location. 2860 E. 38th Street Erie, PA 16510 Click here for a Map of this Location. 2151 Rush Blvd. Youngstown, OH 44507 Click here for a Map of this Location. 5211 Mahoning Avenue Suite 370 Austintown, OH 44515 Click here for a Map of this Location. 160 Clifton Drive NE Suite 1 Warren, OH 44484 Click here for a Map of this Location. 550 West Chalmers Avenue Youngstown, OH 44511 Click here for a Map of this Location. 6543 Commerce Parkway Suite R Dublin, OH 43017 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Gateway serves patients from throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio at 20 sites. Service Description Adults and youth struggling with addiction to alcohol or other drugs can access a host of programs through Gateway Rehab, including inpatient rehabilitation, medical detoxification, outpatient treatment at several levels including partial hospitalization, and a family program. Gateway operates two halfway houses for men who have completed inpatient rehabilitation, and offers residential treatment programs for patients through the Department of Corrections and two more programs for men incarcerated in Erie or Beaver County jails. Gateway VISION provides comprehensive prevention programs in schools. Available Hours To obtain information about a program nearest you or to make a referral for treatment, please contact Gateway's admissions department at 800-472-1177 or visit Gateway's website at www.gatewayrehab.org. Fees/Cost for Services Gateway Rehab has numerous payment options available. Treatment is covered by most major insurance carriers as Gateway is "in network" for most plans. Gateway has developed a system to search out all funding options that may exist including public funds, loans and charity care for those who are without healthcare benefits of any kind. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments 800-472-1177 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Handicap accessibilty at all Gateway sites Languages Spoken or Available Free interpreter services are available for patients and families with persons needing language assistance. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Patient related and non-patient related volunteer assignments available Gateway Rehab School & Community-Based Prevention Services (Vision) Organizational Information Parent Organization Gateway Rehabilitation Center Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Mission: Gateway Rehab's mission is to help all affected by addictive diseases to become healthy in body, mind and spirit. Gateway Rehab School and Community-Based Prevention Services (Vision) strives to serve the region by providing the region with quality service at an affordable cost. Accreditations and Licenses Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs currently does not have licensure for prevention programs/activities. Affiliations Network for Student Assistance Services, Pennsylvania Network for Bully Prevention Training Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Single County Authority, Federal Funds through Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Act, School District General Budget, Private Foundations Contact Information Key Leader(s) C. deRicci Horwatt - Program Director 724-941-2850 724-942-3638 email@example.com Contact Person(s) Debra Whiteford - Administrative Assistant 724-941-2850 724-942-3638 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Number(s) 724-941-2850 E-mail(s) email@example.com- Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org- Administrative Assistant Web Addresses www.gatewayrehab.org Primary Addresses Robinson Plaza Three, Suite 430 6600 Steubenville Pike Route 60 and Park Manor Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15205 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 375 Valleybrook Road Suite 102 McMurry, PA 15317 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Allegheny County, Fayette County, Washington County, Greene County, Beaver County Service Description Consulting Services - Promising Practice - Experienced Staff will provide services to address the prevention and intervention needs to staff, students and parents. Support group facilitation, Student Assistance support, Classroom Presentations and more Focus on Drug/Alcohol Prevention, Violence Prevention, and Service Learning Peer Mediation Training - Promising Practice This two-day training is for selected students and school personnel who are interested in joining an ongoing mediation program at the Middle and/or High School leve. This interactive training will utilize role play, group discussion, and cooperative learning techniques. Bullying Prevention Program - Best Practice The Olweus Research Based Program. This program includes schoolwide and classroom-level activity, individual interventions with bullies and victims, and community involvement. This violence prevention program combines the effort of all school staff (including teachers, principals, guidance counselors, cafeteria workers, custodians, bus drivers, etc.) as well as students, parents, and other members of the community to reduce bullying and other violent behavior. The school's effort includes: Training of staff, establishing a bullying prevention coordinating committee of teachers, staff, and parents, administering the bully/victim survey to determine when and where bullying occurs in school and increasing supervision as needed, establishing school wide rules and applying consistent sanctions against bullying, rewarding children for pro-social behavior, holding regular classroom meetings to discuss bullying and other behavioral issues. B.A.B.E.S. / K-2 - Promising Practice Beginning Alcohol and Addiction Basic Education Studies is a 7-week program for K-2 that encourages interaction between children, puppets, and teachers. Life Skills Training - Best Practice 3-8 An approved "Principals of Effectiveness" program, Life Skills Training (LST) is one of the highest rated, recommended, and researched substance abuse prevention programs today. It is grounded in over 20 years of research. Rather than teaching just ATOD information, it combats the underlying causes of substance abuse. Components of the curriculum include: Drug Resistance Skills; Personal Self-Management Skills; and General Social Skills. Project Alert (MS) - Best Practice An approved "Principals of Effectiveness" program that teaches students, through interactive and sequential lessons, to recognize the internal and external pressures they deal with when they're confronted by drug use. Too Good for Drugs and Violence - Grades 3-8 - Best Practice The goal of this school-based prevention education program is to reduce risk factors and enhance protective factors related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among students. The five essential life skills addressed include: goal setting, decision making, communication, identifying and managing emotions (especially anger), and making and keeping friends. High School - This comprehensive school-based prevention education program is designed to equip high school students with knowledge, skills, and attitudes to remain safe and drug free. It is based on the latest research about resiliency, risk, and protective factors - factors which have been identified as critical for young people's healthy, successful growth and development. Second Step Program - K-8 - Best Practice An approved "Principals of Effectiveness" program. Research shows that aggressive behavior in children predicts risk of later delinquency, substance abuse, shool dropout, early parenthood, and depression. The impact on families and communities is considerable. The curriculum is activity-based and motivates students to become engaged in each developmentally appropriate lesson. The foundation of the Second Step curriculum rests on three essential social competencies: empathy, impulse control, and problem solving and anger management. Student Assistance Training (MS and HS Staff) - Promising Practice A competency based 4 day training SAP training for school/agency personnel joining an existing MS/HS Team. Participants are required to complete competency assignments during and after returning to their teams at school. Training Certificate and Act 48 hours will be issued upon completion. Elementary Student Assistance Training - Promising Practice This 4 day training is designed to assist elementary school personnel to identify issues, which pose a barrier to a student's learning and school success. Full teams must attend (i.e. teachers, GC, administrator, nurse, school psychologist). Commitment to implement this program is a must. SAP Team Update/Maintenance - Promising Practice This training will provide information, focused discussion, and application strategies needed for effective and appropriate team functioning. Additional Topics: Promising Practice Safe Schools/Crisis Planning Sexual Harassment Crisis Response Alcohol and Other Drugs: Current Trends Student Assistance Overview for Staff Resiliency Child/Adolescent Grief and Loss Inhalant Abuse Teamwork Underage Drinking Offenders Program - Promising Practice UDOP provides help and education for teens and their families concerned about alcohol and other drug use. The program consists of a series of classes for youth, ages thirteen to twenty, who have had first time alcohol or drug violations or have broken school policies concerning alcohol and other drug use. This program can be used in addition to or in lieu of fines, as conditions of probation or as a requirement for suspended students to return to school. UDOP is appropriate for all teens and families who want to increase their understanding of the effects of alcohol and drug abuse on the individual. Alcohol and other drug abuse is one of the most serious problems facing our country today. The solution begins with teens learning the facts, dangers and consequences of chemical abuse and acquiring refusal skills to avoid continued pressures to use. Available Hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Fees/Cost for Services Please call the office. Eligibility Requirements Determined by service How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call 724-941-2850 and talk with either Debbie Whiteford or deRicci Horwatt Miscellaneous Information Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Genesis of Pittsburgh Nancy Egbert Organizational Information Parent Organization Genesis of Pittsburgh Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Genesis is a comprehensive agency providing a broad range of services that focus on life-enhancing solutions to the many problems surrounding an unplanned or distressing pregnancy. All Genesis services are provided throughout the pregnancy and beyond, for as long as the client feels she needs help. History of Organization Founded and incorporated in November, 1973 Opened Genesis House in 1983 Opened community outreach center in Washington in 1984 Opened community outreach center in Pittsburgh in 1998 Accreditations and Licenses PA Licensed Private Children & Youth Agency PA Licensed Residential Maternity Care Facility PA Licensed Adoption Agency PA Licensed Foster Care Agency Affiliations Real Alternatives Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Individual donations and fund raisers Corporate donations and grants United Way Contributors Choice Foundations Real Alternatives (grant through PA Dept. of Welfare) Contact Information Key Leader(s) Carole McMahon - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Nancy Egbert - Assistant Director Lynda Jucha - Director Genesis of Washington Contact Number(s) 412-766-2693 - Assistant Director 724-225-6701 - Director Genesis of Washington E-mail(s) email@example.com- Assistant Director Web Addresses www.genesispgh.org Primary Addresses Genesis of Pittsburgh, Inc. P. O. Box 41017 185 Dakota Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15202 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses Genesis of Washington 87 E. Maiden Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Genesis of Washington 87 E. Maiden Street 185 Dakota Avenue Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Tri-State area Service Description Complete & confidential adoption services Parenting classes Housing during pregnancy at Genesis House Infant CPR classes Infant care classes Breast feeding classes Life skills classes Counseling during and after pregnancy Free pregnancy testing Free maternity clothes Free baby items including clothing, cribs, car seats, diapers, formula, etc. Childbirth preparedness classes Nutrition classes Available Hours Monday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Tuesday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday Friday Saturday Fees/Cost for Services All services free of charge with the exception of a small fee for housing Eligibility Requirements The client should be pregnant, possibly pregnant or the parent of a child under the age of 12 months. Required Documentation None How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments No appointments necessary For schedule of classes call the center at 724-225-6701 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes - handicapped accessible Languages Spoken or Available English is the primy language but language cards in most languages are available to clients as well as picture cards for those clients who need clothing, equipment, diapers or formula translators can be made available with advance notice Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description volunteers who would like to be trained as counselors especially for Saturdays and volunteers who would like to be receptionists GrassRoutes Counseling Services GRCS Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Co-founders Elliott A. Branch Jr. and Vanessa Drew-Branch founded GrassRoutes Counseling Services (GRCS) in 2011 out of a desire to provide recipients of mental health services with truly client-centered mental health treatment . GRCS's approach to providing mental health treatment was developed using the Integrative Medicine Model which encompasses the use of both scientific-based and evidence-based complimentary and alternative (CAM) therapies in treating illness. GRCS prescribes to this model because the founders believe that this approach allows for greater flexibility in addressing mental health illness and symptoms, and increases long-term mental health stability. Accreditations and Licenses Therapist are Liscened Social Workers granted by the state of Pennsylvania Legal Structure Unincorporated group Contact Information Key Leader(s) Elliott Branch - Executive Director/ Mental Health Therapist 724-503-2146 724-213-9818 firstname.lastname@example.org Vanessa Drew-Branch - Director of Operations/ Mental Health Therapist 724-503-2146 724-213-9818 email@example.com Contact Person(s) Vanessa Drew-Branch - Dir. of Operations 724-503-2146 724-213-9818 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Number(s) 724-503-2146 - telephone E-mail(s) email@example.com- Main email Web Addresses www.grcsl.com Primary Addresses 701 Schoonmaker Ave Suite 1000 Monessen, PA 15062 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Westmoreland and Fayette Counties Service Description Mental Health Out Patient Therapy for children, Adolencents and Adults Available Hours Monday-Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm Saturday 10:00 am- 2:00pm Evening Appointments are Available Fees/Cost for Services please refer to our website www.grcsl.com How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call 724-503-2146 or email via website Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Greater Washington County Food Bank Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization OUR MISSION: TO FEED hungry people by securing and distributing food and grocery products through a countywide network of food pantries. TO INCREASE public awareness about the problems of hunger in our community and our solutions. TO EDUCATE the people who come to us on nutrition. OUR VALUES: In carrying out its mission, the Greater Washington County Food Bank is committed to standards of performance represented by the values in which we believe; RESPECT FOR HUMAN DIGNITY - we will serve those who come to us without regard to race, creed, sex,lifestyle, residence or any other discriminatory consideration. We strive to provide a voice for people living in poverty. INTEGRITY - we will be open and honest in all relationships, dealings and transactions. We will strive to earn and convey trust through openness and honesty. STEWARDSHIP - we will keep faith with the public trust through the efficient and compassionate use of resources entrusted to us. We will strive to be mindful that the mission is accomplished through the generosity of others. ACCOUNTABILITY - we will set clear standards for the benchmark against which to measure competence, efficiency and record keeping and report information and all will be subject to an annual independent audit. SERVICE - we will stay close to those we serve. We will commit to provide excellent service. We will continually strive to study, understand and meet the changing needs of the hungry with competence, compassion and kindness. OUR VISION; So that no one goes to bed hungry...we will nourish hungry people and lead the community to eliminate hunger. History of Organization The food bank was intially founded in 1981 when a group of unemployed steelworks, churches, and community groups began distributing food packages to families that were hardest hit by the collapse of the steel industry and the recession in the early's 80's. Subsequently, these pantries were organized into what has become the food pantry network,which was operated by Community Action until 1997 In early January 1998, the Washington County Commissioners created a new organization to operated the food bank. The commissioners believed it was time for the Food Bank to be an independent agency with its own board of directors that could fully direct its engereies to the single purpose fo fighting hunger in the county. The new food bank was quickly incorporated,applied for, and received its federal tax exemp status, 501 (c) 3, and Bureau of Charitable Organization status. In August 1999, the Board of directors became disheartened by the direction the food bank was heading, at which time a new executive director and warehouse manager were hired. Their goal was to restructure and rebuild the reputation of the Food Bank. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Grants State Funding FEMA funding Fundraising Private Donations Contact Information Key Leader(s) Lisa Nuccetelli - Executive Director 724-229-8175 724-229-8178 Frank Esposito - President Contact Person(s) Lisa Nuccetelli - Executive Director Contact Number(s) 724-229-8175 E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses gwcfb.org Primary Addresses 1020 RT 519 Eighty Four, Pa 15330 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area 34 Pantries in Washington County Call food bank for locations 724-229-8175 Service Description FEEDING THE HUNGRY IN WASHINGTON COUNTY Available Hours 8 AM TO 4 PM Eligibility Requirements CALL FOOD BANK FOR ELIGIBILITY 724-229-8175 Required Documentation PROOF OF INCOME, RESIDENTS ( ELECTR IC, OR TELEPHONE, UTILITY BILL, LAST FOUR NUMBERS OF SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments CALL FOOD BANK 724-229-8175 Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need Yes Greenbriar Treatment Center GTC Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Greenbriar Treatment Center offers help and hope to those suffering from addiction, and support for the people who love them. Our approach to treatment is based on respect for the dignity of the people we serve and the belief that addiction is a treatable disease. Our chemical dependency treatment providers and MISA (mental illness, substance abuse) professionals will assist you in developing a lifelong recovery plan as you begin your journey towards a sober and serene life. Chemical Dependency and Dual Diagnosis issues do not have to control your life. Help is available! Accreditations and Licenses Greenbriar Treatment Center is licensed by: The Pennsylvania Department of Health - Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - Department of Public Welfare Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Affiliations Washington Hospital Legal Structure For-profit entity Contact Information Key Leader(s) Mary Banaszak - CEO Holly Martin M.A., CCDP Dpl - COO Peggy O Neill, M.A. - Director of Clinical Services Judy Shannon, B.S. - Director of Community & Corporate Services Contact Person(s) Stefanie Madoskey - Intake Coordinator Contact Number(s) 412-829-2103 - Greenbriar - Monroeville 412-885-7180 - Greenbriar- South Hills 412-788-6292 - Greenbriar - Robinson Twp. 1-724-225-9764 - FAX 724-916-0192 - Greenbriar - North Strabane 1-724-225-9700 - Local 1-800-637-4673 - Toll Free 724-339-7180 - Greenbriar - New Kensington 412-421-4311 - Greenbriar - Squirrel Hill 724-934-8435 - Greenbriar - Wexford 724-222-4753 - Greenbriar- The Lighthouse for Women E-mail(s) email@example.com- Intake Coordinator Web Addresses www.greenbriar.net - Main Web Site www.greenbriartraining.com - Trainings and Books Primary Addresses 800 Manor Drive Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 1928 1/2 Murray Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 Click here for a Map of this Location. Twin Towers, Suite 365 4995 Steubenville Pike Pittsburgh, PA 15205 Click here for a Map of this Location. 101 Towne Square Way Suite 221 Brentwood, PA 15227 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1840 Washington Road Route 19 Washington, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. 601 Sixth Street New Kensington, PA 15068 Click here for a Map of this Location. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 6200 Brooktree Road Suite 210 Wexford, PA 15090 Click here for a Map of this Location. (Undisclosed) Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Click here for a Map of this Location. 400 Penn Center Boulevard, Suite 707 Pittsburgh, Pa 15235 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Western Pennsylvania Service Description Dual Diagnosis Program -- Greenbriar Treatment Center's dual diagnosis program is designed to treat chemically dependent individuals whose attempts at recovery are complicated by mental health issues. Our intimate, private treatment center offers a safe and accepting atmosphere for patients to learn new, healthy responses to life. The patients have daily access to Masters level mental health therapists, and nurses experienced in psychiatric as well as substance and mental health treatment. Our Medical Director, John Six, M.D. , and our staff psychiatrist, Oscar Urrea, M.D. lead the team in directing client treatment. Psychiatric consultations, individual and group therapies and psychological testing are utilized as indicated to provide the client with the most individualized care. Treatment planning focuses on the understanding and treatment of chemical dependency, concurrent with the client's mental health disorder. Medication management, coping with a dual disorder and the importance of continued support are all vital educational components in this program. Family educational sessions and 12 Step based meetings offer well rounded treatment for clients in this program. Dual diagnosis treatment is available in all levels of care as indicated by the pre-treatment assessment. Individual Counseling -- Completing the continuum of care, as well as a stand alone treatment option, individual counseling is offered at all sites to clients seeking help for problems with family issues, stress, depression and/or other concerns as they relate to personal or familial substance abuse. Sessions are conducted by appointment only with Masters level therapists. As with all programs, this service can be accessed through Greenbriar's central admissions department. Inpatient / Non Hospital -- (Washington Site Only) Residential treatment is the appropriate level of care for the client who needs a safe, structured environment in early recovery. The client resides at the facility and receives treatment throughout the day and evening hours. Treatment modalities include psycho-educational sessions, individual and group therapy and family educational programming. Special treatment groups such as, mens's & women's group, cocaine and relapse tracks, and recovery in the workplace, are among those available to meet the individual needs of the client population. Attendance at AA/NA meetings is mandatory both in and outside the facility as clients begin the process of building sober support systems and obtaining temporary sponsorship. Assignments are individualized and are assigned by the primary therapist after a thorough psycho-social assessment is completed. Partial Programming -- Clients in this level of care meet up to 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Treatment modalities imitate that of the residential program, and clients are expected to attend the weekly family session in the evening as well. Treatment planning includes attendance at AA/NA meetings during the evening hours. Clients in this program should expect random drug screening at the discretion of the therapist. Attendance and adherence to program guidelines, including recommended 12 Step based meetings is closely monitored. Day Partial Program (Half Day) -- Clients in this program will receive treatment three to four hours a day in either a morning or afternoon session as indicated by client availability. This program meets four to six days per week, with attendance one time per week at an evening family session. Treatment methods and other program guidelines are the same as a full day program. Evening Partial Program (All Sites) -- Clients in this program meet up to four nights per week from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The program consists of psycho-educational sessions, individual and group therapy sessions and family educational sessions one evening per week. Random drug screening is conducted at the discretion of the therapist, and regular attendance is mandatory with the exception of excused absences. Detoxification -- (Washington Site Only) The process of detoxification allows the client to safely withdraw from alcohol and/or drugs in a medically managed environment. The process is supervised by the Associate Medical Director and his staff of physicians. Registered nurses are available on site 24 hours a day to insure a comfortable and safe experience. The Lighthouse for Women (Half Way House) -- Greenbriar is a pioneer in the treatment of individuals with substance abuse issues that are complicated by mental health concerns. After years of unsuccessful attempts at finding effective longer-term follow-up for our dually diagnosed clients, we at Greenbriar decided to develop our own halfway house. The programming at The Lighthouse was developed by professional mental health and drug and alcohol treatment staff. In addition we solicited significant input from dually diagnosed consumers, who continue to offer suggestions and assistance with our ongoing program evaluation. The Lighthouse staff are specialists in the treatment of dually diagnosed consumers, and each woman s treatment is individualized to meet her recovery needs. Our expectation is that upon discharge, our clients will have developed an understanding and acceptance of their diagnoses, and will have acquired the skills necessary to care for their needs in their own home environment. The facility, originally a private residence which was renovated to create a large personal care home, is now our 25 bed halfway house for women. Our home-like atmosphere now includes numerous bedrooms and bathrooms, a large great room, exercise and laundry areas, an independent dining and food preparation area, as well as staff offices. The Lighthouse for Women completes the Greenbriar Treatment Center full continuum of care for dually diagnosed women. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Intermediate Unit One IU#1 Organizational Information Parent Organization Program Name: Homeless Children's Initiative Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The main purpose of the Pennsylvania Homeless Children s Initiative is to make sure homeless children and youth ages 3- high school graduation have access to appropriate education while removing barriers that homeless children face. Its goal is to have the educational process continue as uninterrupted as possible while the students are living in homeless situations. Other objectives of the Homeless Children s Initiative are to inform local school districts of their responsibilities to homeless students under the Federal McKinney-Vento law, to increase awareness in the community about the needs of homeless children, provide technical assistance about the legislation and policies, and provide tangible assistance to homeless children and youth. Eligibility Criteria for the Services and Programs you offer: Under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Amendments (Sec. 725), the term homeless children and youths means individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence and includes: (i) children and youths who are sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason; are living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations; are living in emergency or transitional shelters; are abandoned in hospitals; or are awaiting foster care placement; (ii) children and youths who have a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings; (iii) children and youths who are living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings; and (iv) migratory children who qualify as homeless for the purposes of this subtitle because the children are living in circumstances described in clauses (i) through (iii). Contact Information: Phone Number: 724.938.0820. ext.21 Address:742 Orchard Street California, PA 15419 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Hours of Operation: 7:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Website: www.pde.state.pa.us/homeless www.iu1.k12.pa.us Legal Structure School District Contact Information Key Leader(s) Candace Dunn - Director of Special Education Contact Person(s) Michelle Voithofer - Site Coordinator, Homeless Children's Initiative Contact Number(s) 724.938.0820 ext. 21 Primary Addresses 742 Orchard Street California, PA 15419 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Fayette, Greene and Washington Counties Available Hours 7:30 - 3:00 pm Monday - Friday Fees/Cost for Services No Fees Eligibility Requirements Pre K- 12 Required Documentation Individual assesments to meet criteria How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call or email firstname.lastname@example.org Mental Health Association of Washington County MHA Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization We envision a community in which all members with mental health issues are accepted, not stigmatized,and have an opportunity to reach their full potential. The mission of the Mental Health Association is to promote an environment of empowerment and acceptance for all people dealing with mental health issues through advocacy, education and comprehensive services. We foster opportunities for growth, recovery, inclusion and most importantly HOPE. History of Organization MHA has provided advocacy services since 1965. For over 40 years the agency has been a force for change and service expansion. Accreditations and Licenses Licensed Personal Care Home provider Licensed LTSR provider Licensed Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation provider Value Behavioral Health Accreditation Affiliations Member of...1. the Mental Health Association of PA, 2. PA Mental Health Consumers Association, 3.PAPSRS,4.Southwest HC Stakeholders, 5.Washington County CSP,6.Western Regional CSP,7. Washington County Health and Welfare,8. Washington County Health Partners,9. WIN and 10.a United Way donor option agency. MHA staff also serve on numerous boards and coalitions. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources MH/MR Washington County MH/MR Fayette County MH/MR Greene County United Way USDA Foundations and private donations Contact Information Key Leader(s) Lynne M. Loresch - Executive Director E-mail(s) Loresch@verizon.net Web Addresses www.mhawashco.org Primary Addresses MHA 575 & 565 North Main Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses MHA EPC 200 Spring Street Bentleyville, PA 15314 Click here for a Map of this Location. MHA LTSR 225 Spring Street Bentleyville, PA 15314 Click here for a Map of this Location. Circle Center 565 N. Main Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene and Fayette counties Service Description Long term Structured Residence Enhanced Personal Care Home Health Choices Ombudsman Parent Advocate Advocacy Taxonomy Category Abused Children Abused Children Abused Children Abused Children Drop-in-Center Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation Representative Payee Available Hours 9:00-5:00 Monday thru Friday Fees/Cost for Services All services except residential services are free to residents of Washington County Eligibility Requirements Mental Health consumers of Washington County Required Documentation Requirements differ according to intensity of service How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact main office or website for information Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility All service sites fully accessible Languages Spoken or Available English Mesothelioma Web Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Mesothelioma Web is a website about the cancer mesothelioma. This form of cancer has a very long latency period, and frequently doesn't strike until years after a person has been exposed to asbestos. The website consolidates information on symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and oncology specialists with experience treating the disease. http://wwww.mesotheliomaweb.org/ History of Organization Founded in 2000. Accreditations and Licenses N/A Affiliations N/A Legal Structure Unincorporated group Funding Sources The David Law Firm, The Woodlands, Texas Contact Information Key Leader(s) Cheryl Engman - Coordinator Contact Person(s) Bill Sussman - Assistant coordinator Contact Number(s) 877-367-6376 - Mesothelioma Web E-mail(s) email@example.com- Mesothelioma Web Web Addresses www.mesotheliomaweb.org/ - Mesothelioma Web Primary Addresses 10655 Six Pines Dr., Suite 260 The Woodlands, TX 77380 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Nationwide Service Description Informational website about the cancer mesothelioma, including details on diagnosis and treatment options. Available Hours 8 AM to 5 PM Fees/Cost for Services None Eligibility Requirements None Required Documentation None How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Website http://www.mesotheliomaweb.org/ or 877-367-6376 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility N/A Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Mon Valley Community Health Services, Inc. MVCHS Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services/SPHS Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Provide a full range of primary medical and related health care services to residents of southwesten Pennsylvania, including low income, disabled, elderly and uninsured persons. History of Organization MVHCS was established in 1979. It is a non-profit organization providing health care services to the medically underserved residents of the Mon Valley. In additional to providing primary health care and family planning services, MVCHS also operates the GED/program for Washington residents and the Women, Infant and Children program for Westmoreland county. Affiliations SPHS Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Grants, insurance billing, self pay Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jeff Burks Mascara - Chief Operating Officer Contact Person(s) Cathy A. Moffit - Project Officer Contact Number(s) 724/684-9000 ext. 4332 - Telephone E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Project Officer Web Addresses sphs.org - Parent organization Primary Addresses Eastgate # 8 3rd floor Monessen, PA 15062 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Mon Valley Area including parts of Westmoreland, Fayette, and Washington Counties Service Description A full range of comprehensive primary and preventive health care and family planning services to residents of all ages Available Hours Monday through Friday 8:30 - 4:00 Fees/Cost for Services Most health care insurances accepted sliding fee scale for income eligible patients some free services available Eligibility Requirements Most health care insurances accepted sliding fee scale available with proof of income some free services with proof of income Required Documentation Insurance cards Identification and proof of income requried for sliding fee and no fee services How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call during office hours at 724/684-9000 ext. 4472 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes Northwestern Human Services/Woodland Center NHS Human Services/Woodland Organizational Information Parent Organization Northwestern Human Services, Inc. Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Mission Statement: "NHS provides innovative solutions to support the unique needs of the individuals we serve by striving to create a caring and responsive environment that promotes the highest standards of integrity and quality." History of Organization Northwestern Human Services of PA Corporate History and Background Northwestern Human Services, Inc. ("Northwestern"), a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is the largest non-profit provider of community-based mental health, mental retardation, substance abuse and other health and human services to the publicly funded sector in Pennsylvania. Northwestern commenced operations in 1965 with the formation of the Northwestern Institute of Psychiatry followed by the addition of the Northwest Center in 1966. During the 1970's and 1980's, additional affiliated entities commenced operations or became affiliated with these organizations. In 1981, Northwestern Human Services, Inc. (formerly the Northwestern Corporation) was formed to be the parent company of the aforementioned subsidiaries. In 1984, Northwestern formally separated from the Northwestern Institute of Psychiatry. The expansion of new services included adult medical day care services, skilled nursing home facilities, home health, adoption, foster care, autism, and juvenile justice service offerings. In addition to Northwestern's expansion of new services, Northwestern continues to maintain a strong core group of services, which are provided to individuals with mental health and mental retardation disabilities and drug and alcohol abuse problems. Northwestern's broad spectrum of mental health and mental retardation services allows clients to be served along a comprehensive continuum of care. The mental health services range from those of low intensity such as outpatient case management to very intense services such as inpatient psychiatric care to maximum care community rehabilitation residences. Additionally, there is a full range of services that bridge the gap of intermediate levels of care, which include minimum and moderate care community rehabilitation residences, as well as partial hospitalization programs and long term structured residences. The mental retardation service offerings also include a wide range of services such as community living arrangement group homes, home based residential programs, intermediate care facilities for individuals with mental retardation, supported living facilities, targeted case management and vocational programs. Individuals with a dual diagnosis (mental retardation and mental illness) are able to take advantage of Northwestern's continuum of programs. Northwestern operates drug and alcohol programs including traditional and intensive outpatient, methadone maintenance, and school-based programs. Northwestern's provision of community based care in both the areas of mental health and mental retardation, which is augmented by its drug and alcohol programs, as well as the ability to meet the service needs of all age groups from young children to our senior citizens, allows for Northwestern to provide a continuum of behavioral health care services in the least restrictive manner to a very broad client base. Northwestern differentiates itself from other behavioral healthcare providers in that most mental health and mental retardation services are performed by relatively small community agencies which focus an a single type or narrow range of services. This narrow scope of services limits many behavioral healthcare providers from competing with the array of services offered by larger firms such as Northwestern, which is able to provide a full range of integrated behavioral healthcare and mental retardation services a continuum of care. NHS maintains its corporate headquarters in Montgomery County, PA 620 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill, 19444. Accreditations and Licenses ODP DPW OMHSAS Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources DPW Dept of Aging ODP VBH CCBH Washington County MH/MR Greene County MH/MR Blair County MH/MR Fayette County MH/MR Contact Information Key Leader(s) Tinnesia Snyder - Southern Catchment Area Director Lori Harvey - Assistant Director Shelly Davis - Director MR Services Robyn Shrader - Director TFC/FCP Programs Contact Person(s) Julie Durbin - HR Representative Grace Paul - Utilization/Training Manager Contact Number(s) 724-942-4677 - Catchment Area Director 724-942-4677 - Assistant Catchment Area Director 724-942-4677 - Director MR Services 724-942-4677 - Director TFC/FCP Programs 724-942-4677 - Marketing/CQI Coordinator 724-942-4677 - HR Representative 724-942-4677 - Utilization/Training Manager E-mail(s) email@example.com- Southern Catchment Area Director firstname.lastname@example.org- Assistant Catchment Area Director email@example.com- Director MR Services firstname.lastname@example.org- Director TFC/FCP Programs email@example.com- HR Representative firstname.lastname@example.org- Utilization/Training Manager Web Addresses www.nhsonline.org - Northwestern Human Services Primary Addresses 1075 Waterdam Plaza Drive McMurray, PA 15317 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 260 Ohio River Boulevard Baden Plaza Baden , PA 15005 Click here for a Map of this Location. 6 Oliver Road Suite 121 Uniontown, PA 15401 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Statewide Service Description Family Living gives people the choices on where and with whom they want to live; this program assists in finding families who are willing to open their homes to individuals with mental retardation Adult training/Community Day Services offers a unique approach that assists people locate valued social roles within their community as well as helping individuals develop skills and increase independence by providing opportunities such as employment and volunteer opportunities Community Living, Medical Homes This program provides a home to individuals with severe medical and physical problems. These individuals need higher levels of staff support including professional nursing. People living in such homes are involved in meaningful activities, provided out of their home environment, with an emphasis on community integration and self-determination. Community Living provides a home to a group of individuals with Mental Retardation who need varying of staff support. People living in Group Homes are involved in meaningful daytime activities including employment, volunteer work, socialization, community activities and training programs. Home Based Waiver Support is designed to offer a variety of services and support to families who have a family member with mental retardation living at home. Resources and assistance are provided to enable the family to continue to have their family member living at home. Family Based Services provides in-home family and individual therapy by a 2 person team, available to provide support 7 days a week, 24 hours a day to at risk children/adolescents and their families. The program goal is to prevent psychiatric hospitalization and our-of-home placement and to link the family with ongoing services to prevent future crisis situations. Foster Care Plus for children whose needs exceed traditional foster care placement. The program proves structure and specialized foster care homes for children with emotional and behavioral problems. Therapeutic Family Care places children who may be emotionally, behaviorally or mentally challenged with a family who has been specially trained to provide a structured and therapeutic environment. Wrap-Around Enhanced Mental Health Services provides individualized community based counseling services which address the overall needs of the child, including educational developmental and emotional. Services are provided in the home, school or community and must be deemed medically necessary by a physician. Autism Services offer a range of treatment options that may be provided in the home, school or in a day care setting. A team of clinicians including a psychologist, behavior specialist and case manager works with the family of a child with Autism to determine the most appropriate treatment. Office of Social Programs (OSP) Commcare: Traumatic brain injury OBRA: Relocation from nursing facilities to community settings and individuals who need a high level of habilitation services. Available Hours All Office locations: Hours 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM All Programs offer 24 hour support Fees/Cost for Services Eligibility through Medicare, Medicaid, and Private Pay Eligibility Requirements Based on individual needs Required Documentation Based on funding eligibility specific to program How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-942-4677 or 1-800-NHS-6061 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility All locations are Handicap Accessible Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Qualified volunteers to work with Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in after school or summer program. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation OVR Organizational Information Parent Organization Department of labor and Industry Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To assist Pennsylvanians with disabilities to secure and maintain employment and independence. History of Organization All states have OVR offices except they may be called by different names. OVR started in 1917 to assist disabled returning WW I soldiers. Services have expanded over ther years to include all people with all disabilities. Accreditations and Licenses N/A Affiliations N/A Legal Structure State Government Funding Sources Federal and State funding Contact Information Key Leader(s) Lori Kaczmarek - District Administrator Ron Rudberg - Assistant District Administrator Contact Person(s) Lori Kaczmarek - District Administrator Ron Rudberg - Assistant District Administrator Contact Number(s) 724-223-4430 x252 - Lori Kaczmarek/ District Administrator 724-223-4430 x254 - Ron Rudberg E-mail(s) email@example.com- Lori Kaczmarek/District Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org- Ron Rudberg / Assistant District Administrator Web Addresses http://www.dli.state.pa.us/ovr - Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Primary Addresses 201 W. Wheeling St. Washington, Pa 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses Mon Valley United Health Center Eastgate 8 Monesson, PA 15062 Click here for a Map of this Location. 137 N. Beeson Blvd. Uniontown, PA 15401 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene and Fayette Counties Service Description OVR serves people who have disabilities that present a substantial impediment to employment. Services are provided to individuals who can benefit from, and who need services to prepare for, enter into, engage in, or retain employment. Available Hours 8:00AM to 4:30PM Monday through Friday Fees/Cost for Services It does not cost you anything to apply for services. There is no charge for diagnostic services, vocational evaluation, counseling, or job placement assistance. If you are eligible for services , your counselor will ask you to provide documents about your income and expenses. Dependeing upon your income, you may have to contribute to the cost of OVR services. OVR cannot pay for any services you received before you applied to OVR. Even after you apply, OVR can pay only for those services approved in advance by your counselor. Eligibility Requirements Yop have a disability, that is, physical, mental, or emotional impairment which results in a sudstantial impediment to employment, and you can benefit in terms of an employment outcome from services provided and vocational services are required for you to prepare for, enter, engage in, or retain gainful employment. Required Documentation Medical and financial documentation. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 1-800-442-6367 or visit in person to the OVR office at 201 W. Wheeling St., Washington, PA 15301 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Accessable Languages Spoken or Available Use of Language Services Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No PA CareerLink Washington County CareerLink Organizational Information Parent Organization None Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Jobs, training, careers & connections. PA CareerLink Washington County is a one-stop resource for economic growth through community connections, employment opportunities, training services, and career development. History of Organization One-stop services were created by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA). Each state created "one-stop-shops" to provide no-cost services to businesses, employers, and job seekers. In Pennsylvania, the one-stop system is branded under the name "PA CareerLink". The WIA model incorporates services previously provided by the state's job centers. Our site's "services cooperative" includes 13 distinct partner agencies sharing operating costs and the provision of services to jobseekers and employers in our community. Accreditations and Licenses None Affiliations Site Partners: Arbor E & T Bureau of Workforce Development Partnership (PA Dept of Labor & Industry) Community Action Southwest County Assistance Office Intermediate Unit 1 PIA Career Services Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Penn Commercial Business/Technical School Pittsburgh Technical Institute (PTI) Southwest Training Services, Inc. SW PA Area Agency on Aging Western Area Career & Technology Center Washington Greene County Job Training Agency, Inc. Legal Structure Other Funding Sources State, federal, partner agency Contact Information Key Leader(s) Nancy R. "Nan" Sninsky - PA CareerLink Administrator Lisa Neil - President Southwest Training Services Inc & PA CareerLink Operator Point of Contact Contact Person(s) Inc. & PA CareerLink Operator Point of Contact Southwest Training Services Nan Sninsky - PA CareerLink Administrator Ray Castner - Bureau of Workforce Development Supervisor Lisa Neil - President Contact Number(s) 724/223-4500 - Main Telephone Line 724/250-1254 - TTY 724/223-4670 - FAX E-mail(s) email@example.com- PA CareerLink Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org- Bureau of Workforce Development Partnership Supervisor Web Addresses www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us www.cwds.state.pa.us - New PA CareerLink web address Service Information Service Description Online applicant search/job matching for jobseekers and employers Staff-assisted registration, enrollment, and job or job candidate searches Labor Market Information for employers and jobseekers On-site recruitments, interviews, and job fairs Information on training providers, training courses, and training funds Initial skills assessment/occupational profiling Job search skill development including resume writing, career building, interviewing skills, computer basics, etc. Youth programs such as career exploration, leadership development, job shadowing, computer literacy, and work experience. Veterans services including employment/job search; training/education, and social services referral Rapid Response services for company downsizing, layoffs, and shut downs On-the-job training and training funds for incumbent workers Available Hours 8:00 to 4:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:00 to 4:30 on Wednesday Fees/Cost for Services No costs for any service. Small room rental fee for employers for onsite recruitments. Eligibility Requirements Open to any jobseeker looking for work or employers looking for workers; funding for some training programs requires eligibility determination Required Documentation Funding for some training programs requires documentation. Some youth programs require documentation. otherwise, none required. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Orientation to services held every Tuesday and Friday at 9:15 am. No appointment necessary. Can accommodate walk-ins if work or other schedule conflict prohibits attendance at orientation. Can access online services via www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us or www.cwds.state.pa.us. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Fully compliant with all ADA requirements for accessibility. Languages Spoken or Available Any language can be accommodated. We use the Language Line Service for over-the-phone interpretation and document translation. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description We need someone to teach Basic Computer Skills (using a mouse, Outlook, Word, internet) on a weekly basis. PA Dept of Health Washington County Satte Health Center Organizational Information Parent Organization Bureau of Community Health Sytems Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To promote healthy lifestyles,prevent injury and disease, and to assure the safe delivery of quality healht care for all Commonwealth citizens. Legal Structure State Government Funding Sources State and fedeal funding. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Artis Hall - District Executive Director Contact Person(s) Barbara Motto RNBC BSN - Community Health Nurse Supervisor E-mail(s) email@example.com Web Addresses www.health.sate.pa.us Primary Addresses 167 N Main St Suite 100 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Mainly to residents of Washington County,but no restrictions for some services Service Description Preventative clinics and testing. Clinics include adult and childhood immunizations. HIV alternate test site. Offer free confidential testing. Tuberculosis screening and treatment clinic. Public health infromation and resource referrals available. Professional nursing services related to our mandated services. Available Hours Monday through Friday. 8am until 4:30 pm. Fees/Cost for Services Most services are free or cost based on income. Eligibility Requirements None Required Documentation None How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Service available by appointment. Call first. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes Languages Spoken or Available English. Interpreters available for language and hearing impaired. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc. Pathways of SW PA Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania serves Individuals of all ages with physical and intellectual disabilities. Our commitment to the principles of independence, inclusion and choice assures an opportunity for all Individuals to realize their full potential and be integral members of the community. History of Organization Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc., formerly known as UCP of SW PA up to July 1, 2009, has been providing services to individuals in Washington, Greene, and Fayette Counties for over 40 years. In 1964, United Cerebral Palsy of Washington County was incorporated as a non-profit social service organization and in 1967 the agency expanded to include Greene and Fayette Counties and became UCP of SW PA, Inc. In 1993, Rainbow's End Learning Center, Inc., was developed as an integrated child-care program recognizing the needs of parents of children with and without disabilities. These programs include Early Intervention (EI), Adult Training Facility (ATF), a Residential Program, Exceptional Choices, Recreation Station, and The Pennsylvania Elks Home Service Program. A corporate structure was developed to include the following family of corporations: UCP of SW PA, UCP Home and Community Services, Your Child's Place, and The UCP Foundation. On July 1, 2009 UCP of SW PA became Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania, UCP Foundation became Pathways Foundation and UCP Home and Community Services became Home and Community Services. Accreditations and Licenses The agency provides a wide range of services to individuals (birth to senior citizens) with disabilities through programs licensed by various government agencies such as the Pennsylvania Departments of Health, Education, Public Welfare, and Aging. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Department of Public Welfare; Office of Developmental Programs; Office of Long Term Living; Office of Childhood Development and Early Learning; Federal Funds; Medical Assitance; Specific Managed Care Organizations/Health Insurance; County MH/MR Offices; Private Pay; Intermediate Units; CCIS/DPW; Department of Education/Child and Adult Care Food Program; Area Agency on Aging Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jill Ealy - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Kimberly McBane - Program Operations Director Contact Number(s) 724-229-0851 - Administrative Office - North Main Street 724-225-8145 - Program Office - Jefferson Avenue E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Program Operations Director Web Addresses www.pathwaysswpa.org - Agency website Primary Addresses 190 North Main Street Suite 306 Washington , PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 655 Jefferson Avenue Washington , PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 140 N. Beeson Street Suite 402 Uniontown , PA 15401 Click here for a Map of this Location. 289 North Avenue Washington , PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 130 Bill George Drive Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area The location of our programs are within a tri county region; Washington, Greene and Fayette counties. We provide services for individuals with funding from other counties and may expand into additional counties in the future. Service Description Older Adult Daily Living Program, licensed by the Department of Aging, provides day services to adults (age 60 and over) with developmental disabilities. The Adult Training Facility (ATF), licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare with program locations in Washington and Waynesburg, provides educational experiences, daily living and survival skills, social development, community awareness, physical exercise, and vocational / prevocational skills for individuals with mental retardation and developmental disabilities that are 18 years of age and older. ATF is an individualized teaching and training program whose primary goal is to enable adults to live as independently as possible. Every attempt is made to accommodate each individual's likes/dislikes, as well as their strengths, wants, and needs. Currently, 68 individuals receive services at these facilities. Home and Community Services Inc(H&CS),formerly UCP Home and Community Services, Inc., began offering services in 1994 to individuals of all ages with physical disabilities and/or other related conditions whose desire is either to remain within their community or to relocate from nursing facilities to community settings. Services are offered in Washington, Greene, and Fayette Counties. H&CS provides non-medical, in home support, which assists individuals with disabilities to live as independently as possible in their own home. Services focus on all ages including children, adults, and the elderly. H&CS currently provides services to over 260 individuals. On July 1, 2009 UCP H&CS became Home and Community Services, Inc. Recreation Station is a parent supervised creative play center that supports families who have children of all abilities. This 5,600 sq. ft. facility allows families and children of diverse abilities and backgrounds to interact in a social setting. Families who have multiple children (with and without disabilities) utilize a single location where, regardless of abilities, they all can participate in the same activities and play areas. One such play area is a clock tower that includes a lift for children in wheelchairs so they have the ability to see the world from someplace other than ground level. Children in wheelchairs rarely have this opportunity. This clock tower, as well as a fully-accessible train. Your Child's Place, a prescribed pediatric extended care facility for children with complex medical needs that prevent them from attending typical child care centers, offers services daily infants and young children, birth to age eight. The hours of operation are from 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Children who require specialized care or support for acute health situations that require the support of a pediatric nurse, are eligible for services. Many of the children are technology dependent. Additional assistance given to children with special needs includes airway management, respiratory support, monitoring equipment, oral/eternal feeding support, medication management and administration, post-surgical care, special therapies (physical, occupational, and/or speech-language), and management of adaptive equipment. Monitoring equipment consists of oxygen and A & B (heart rate and breathing) monitors that will be completely mobile (can be used throughout the facility) and are observed and recorded by pediatric nursing staff and aides. There is a strong educational component offered through age-appropriate learning activities directed by an early childhood specialist, development specialist, or therapist. The Pennsylvania Elks Home Service Program is a medical care coordination service operated through the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks. A registered nurse visits the homes of persons who have physical and developmental disabilities to provide appropriate referrals and coordination of needed services. These disabilities include, but are not limited to, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, speech, hearing, and visual disorders. Currently, there are 345 individuals enrolled in this program. This service is offered free of charge to persons of any age. Rainbow's End Learning Center, Inc., with locations in Washington, PA and Waynesburg, PA, provides a safe, well-supervised learning environment for children of all abilities. Licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and Department of Public Welfare, children with and without disabilities interact and play together in classrooms that provide stimulating learning environments. A higher than typical staff to child ratio makes it possible for each child to receive the maximum benefit from each activity and lesson. Our program's philosophy is developed around an educationally based, hands-on approach to learning. This philosophy is adapted to meet the individual needs of the children in each classroom environment, infancy (6 weeks of age) through kindergarten (6 years old). A summer program is also available for children ages 5 through 11 years at both locations. Rainbow's End has a current enrollment of 174 children. The Early Intervention (EI) Program offers supports and services designed to assist families with infants and toddlers (birth through age two), with special needs, to promote the development of their child. Early Interventionists provide services within the child's natural environment. This typically includes the child's home, child care center, or other community setting. This approach is intended to help the child's caregivers learn ways to support their children within their daily routines and activities. Related services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, vision support, hearing support and social work services are provided as appropriate. Pathways of SW PA provides EI services to 221 children residing in Washington and Greene Counties. All services are available year round and are provided at no cost to families. The Residential Program provides 24 hour supervised living arrangements in houses located within communities in Washington and Greene County. These individuals live in a family setting consisting of three individuals per residence. With support of the residential staff, each person participates in all aspects of typical community living which includes work, social activities within the community, and/or attending the day program at the Adult Training Facilities (ATF) in Washington, PA and Waynesburg, PA. There are currently 19 individuals in this program. The Exceptional Choices program services are available for children and adults with mental retardation, age three (3) years old and above. The aim of this program is to assure that individuals and their families are able to exercise choice and control in their services and supports. We build upon the natural supports already in place by forming a partnership with the individual and their family. Currently, the Exceptional Choices program serves 10 individuals. Available Hours Business Hours 8:00am to 4:00pm M-F; Program Hours vary according to the specific program Fees/Cost for Services Most of Pathways of SW PA's programs are provided at no cost to the individual receiving services. However, some of the programs do require a fee. Please contact us to discuss any possible pricing. Eligibility Requirements Varies according to the specific program. Please contact us for your specific needs/interests. Required Documentation Varies according to the specific program. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact us at 724-229-0851 or 724-225-8145 to discuss your individual service needs. Pecosh Counseling & Consulting PCC Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Counseling with integrity. Accreditations and Licenses Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor Legal Structure For-profit entity Contact Information Key Leader(s) Michael Pecosh - Therapist 7242492829 7242492829 7242069222 email@example.com Contact Person(s) Michael Pecosh - Therapist 7242492829 7242492829 7242069222 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Number(s) 7242492829 - Telephone E-mail(s) email@example.com- firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses www.pecosh.com - Website Primary Addresses 2155 Park Ave. Suite 250 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and surrounding communities Service Description Therapy and counseling Available Hours M-H 9-9, F 8-5, S 9-1, Closed Sunday Fees/Cost for Services Most insurance accepted How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact us at 724-249-2829 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Presbyterian SeniorCare Organizational Information Parent Organization Presbyterian SeniorCare Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Presbyterian SeniorCare is western Pennsylvania's largest provider of care and services to older adults. From assisted living to respite to rehabilitation and nursing care, the award-winning not-for-profit provides the full range of care and services. In addition to its unique Longwood at Home program, the organization offers a variety of quality, affordable living options for age and income-eligible older adults through SeniorCare Network, its real estate manangement affiliate. History of Organization Established in 1928, Presbyterian SeniorCare is a faith-based, not-for-profit organization. In 1951, it moved from its original Glenshaw, PA, location to Oakmont. It then expanded its service area to Washington, PA. In addition to the Oakmont and Washington campuses, Presbyterian SeniorCare also is the parent organization of Longwood at Home, Longwood at Oakmont, SeniorCare Network and Presbyterian SeniorCare Foundation. Accreditations and Licenses First in Pennsylvania to be accredited by CARF-CCAC as an Aging Services Network; licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Patricia Kornick - Director of Communications Web Addresses www.SrCare.org Primary Addresses 1215 Hulton Road Oakmont, PA 15139 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 835 S. Main St. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Nine-county area Service Description Adult day services, assisted living,nursing care, rehabilitation services, respite care, and world-renowned Alzheimer's and memory support care. Available Hours 24/7 Fees/Cost for Services Varies. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Visit www.SrCare.org or call 724-222-4300 (Washington Campus) or 412-828-5600 (Oakmont Campus). Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Volunteers assist in a variety of areas to help promote residents' physical, social and emotional well being. Presbyterian SeniorCare works with churches, schools and other organizations and individuals to cultivate mutually rewarding volunteer experiences. Pressley Ridge Pressley Ridge Organizational Information Parent Organization Pressley Ridge Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Our mission is to improve the adjustment and achievement of children and families we serve; lead in the development of innovative programming through evaluation, research and outcome measurements; and advocate to improve the system of care for children and their families. To provide the best service possible, Pressley Ridge bases its work on the following strongly held values: Idealism is imperative; Relationships are paramount; Joy in our work is essential; Re-education is our foundation; We strive for quality, nothing less than the best; We are all teachers and we are all learners. History of Organization Founded in 1832, Pressley Ridge got its start as the Protestant Home for Children and the Pittsburgh and Allegheny Home for the Friendless, two of Pittsburgh's oldest agencies for abandoned, neglected, and orphaned children. The similarities of these two institutions eventually lead to a complete merger in 1969 with the Board of Directors transforming it s focus from orphanage care to adopting the Re-Education Philosophy as the model for services and treatment for troubled children. In 2003, the agency was renamed Pressley Ridge to reflect our diverse programs and locations. Accreditations and Licenses COA Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Contact Information Contact Person(s) Craig Sedley, M.Ed. - Coordinator Pa. Central Admissions Contact Number(s) 1-888-777-0820 - Coordinator Pa. Central Admissions E-mail(s) email@example.com- Coordinator Pa. Central Admissions Web Addresses www.pressleyridge.org - Coordinator Pa. Central Admissions Primary Addresses 530 Marshall Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15214 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Statewide Service Description Treatment foster care goal is to help children alleviate problem behaviors and learn the skills to live within their own families and communities. Additionally, the treatment foster care program develops and sustains a bond between the children and their own biological families. The program seeks to address problems within the family of origin as well as their children in treatment foster care. Pressley Ridge offers a range of residential treatment services for children and youths with mental health and delinquency issues. Although the specific problems these children face may vary, therapeutic placement is for children and youth who require out-of-home care and treatment. These residential services are available in a variety of settings such as single homes, as well as campus and wilderness based programs. The primary goal of our educational services is to provide intensive, therapeutic, short-term educational programs while helping youth successfully adjust to and cope with their everyday environment, thereby facilitating their ultimate return to the public school setting. The evaluation of learning is not solely defined by letter grades. Achievement is measured by looking at where the youth is at the beginning of the school year, and measuring the change that occurs during the course of the year. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Redevelopment Authority of Washington County Contact Information Key Leader(s) William R. McGowen - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Brenda Williamson - CDBG Director Contact Number(s) 724-228-6875 E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses www.racw.net Primary Addresses 100 West Beau Street Suite 603 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Home Rehabilitation Program Homebuyer Assistance Program Access Program Available Hours 8:30 am - 5:00 pm How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments call 724-228-6875 Ruth York Morgan Health Education Learning Place Ruth York Morgan H.E.L.P. Center Organizational Information Parent Organization The Washington Hospital Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The Ruth York Morgan Health Education Learning Place is dedicated to providing a current and diverse collection of information resources and timely individualized services to assist patients, families and consumers to become active participants in their healh and medical care, and to make informed decisions regarding their health and medical management. History of Organization H.E.L.P. was created, in 2002, through the vision and generosity of James and Nancy Cameronin memory of Nancy's mother, Ruth York Morgan. The Ruth York Morgan H.E.L.P. was developed as a free community information resource center for patients, families and members of the community.It is dedicated to providing access to current and credible collection of health issues, wellness promation, and illness prevention. Affiliations The Washington Hospital. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Gifts and donations through The Washington Hospital Foundation. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Kathleen M. Allen, B.S.N. - Coordinator, H.E.L.P. Contact Person(s) Kathleen M. Allen - Coordinator Contact Number(s) Phone: 724-250-4310 E-mail(s) email@example.com Web Addresses www.washingtonhospital.org/rymhelp Primary Addresses 155 Wilson Ave/ Washington, Pa. 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area The Washington Hospital Communities Service Description Assist visitors to the center in locating appropriate materials to address their health information needs. Conduct computerized searches of creditable health information resources. Provide fax, e-mail and telephone reference services. Provide patient information based on physician refrrrals. Assist consumers in using the web to search for knowlegeable health information. Maintain current copies of several consumer health journals and magazines. Provide recipes for special medical needs. Free mail delivery of information packets. Available Hours Monday through Friday, * a.m. - 4 p.m. closed weekends and major holidays Fees/Cost for Services FREE Eligibility Requirements none Required Documentation none How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Stop by the Center located on the 3rd floor of The Washington Hospital Call 724-250-4310, you may leave a voice-mail at theis number, also. Fax: 724-250-4303 E-mail Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes We also have special computer set-ups for the handicapped person. Languages Spoken or Available English Senator J. Barry Stout Contact Information Key Leader(s) Sharon Russell - District Administrator Sharon Willison - Social Service Coordinator Joyce Popovich - Research Analyst Linda Stettner Fehrman - Constituent Services Specialist Contact Person(s) Linda Armstrong - Administrative Assistant Primary Addresses 1024 Route 519 Suite 400 Eighty Four, PA 15330 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 10 East Wing Harrisburg, PA 17120 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Allegheny County, Beaver County, Greene County, Washington County, Westmoreland County Available Hours Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Senior LIFE Washington Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization SeniorLIFE is committed to enhancing the ability of seniors to live safely in the community as long as possible by coordinating comprehensive healthcare and supportive services for our members, provided at the LIFE Center and complemented by home care services as necessary. Senior LIFE is a Medicare Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) operating as a LIFE program in the state of Pennsylvania. It is an innovative model of care for seniors 55 years of age and older who are eligible for Medicare and Medical Assistance or able to pay privately, and who are Medically Eligible. Accreditations and Licenses A Medicare Approved Provider Affiliations Senior LIFE is a provider of the PACE program. The National PACE Association lists all providers nationwide of the program. Their website is www.npaonline.org Legal Structure For-profit entity Contact Information Key Leader(s) Megan Detwiler - Executive Director 724-222-5433 Contact Person(s) Samuel Baer - Outreach Coordinator 724-222-5433 firstname.lastname@example.org Emily Ronan - Outreach Coordinator 724-222-5433 email@example.com Contact Number(s) 1-877-998-LIFE (5433) - Toll Free Web Addresses www.seniorlifewashington.com - Senior LIFE Washington Website www.seniorcaregreene.com - Senior CARE Greene Website Primary Addresses 2114 North Franklin Drive Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 55 Sugar Run Road Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and Greene Counties Service Description Senior LIFE provides services to seniors who want to continue to live independently at home. This includes social, recreational, and medical services at our LIFE Center, as well as supplemental home care services as needed. Adult Day Care services are also available. Available Hours Monday through Friday 8:00 am- 4:30 pm. On call services are 24/7/365 Fees/Cost for Services 98% of members qualify for services at no cost through Medicare and/or Medicaid. This is subject to meeting income and asset guidelines that can be explained by Senior LIFE Outreach Coordinators. Eligibility Requirements Must be 55 or older and live in the service area of Senior LIFE, and be able to live safely in the community. Required Documentation Will be reviewed with a Senior LIFE Outreach Coordinator How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-222-5433 and ask to speak to either Samuel Baer or Emily Ronan (Outreach Coordinators) Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available Primarily English, but can accomodate any language Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Need No Southwest Behavioral Care, Inc. SPHS Behavioral Health Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization SPHS Behavioral Health building on more than 25 years of experience, serves Southwestern Pennsylvania providing opportunites and resources for people through a unigue continuumof affordabl;e quality care including; education, intervention, case management, treatment, aftercare and referral services. SPHS Behavioral Health, Inc. shall provide services to any individual in need of services regardless of age, sex, race, color, religious affiliation, disabilites, ethnic back ground of national origin. History of Organization The Mon Yough Westmoreland D/A service system initiated in July 0f 1978 affiliated with SPHS in July of 1990 to become Comprehensive Substance Abuse Services (CSAS) providing D/A intervention and treatment services to residents of Westmoreland and Washington Counties. In july of 2001 the mental health services provided under an other affiliate corp. was transferred to CSAS with the sole purpose if integrating both D/A and MH services. As a result the corporate name was changed to Southwest Behavioral Care, Inc., dba, SPHS Behavioral Health which now provides integrated D/A and MH services in seven counties. Accreditations and Licenses PA Dept. of Public Welfare, Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Div. of Licensing PA Dept. of Health, Division of D/A program Licensure Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilites (CARF) Affiliations Southewestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources County MH County D/A PA HealthCHoices Commercial Pay Insurances Self Pays Contact Information Key Leader(s) Timothy J. Merlin - Executive Director of Southwest Behavioral Care Inc. Jeff Berks Mascara - CEO/Vice President of SPHS INc. Susan Barrett - Clinical Supervisor of Clinical Services Chris Garrett - Director of MH Intervention and Community Services Stephanie Madl - Clinical Director of Behavioral Health Treatment services Bill Leach - Director of MH Community Residential Rehab. and Supportive Housing Contact Person(s) Timothy J. Merlin - Executive Director of SBC Donna Dalfonso - Managed care Coordinator for SBC Contact Number(s) (724) 684-6489 - Executive Director Jeff Berks Mascara - CEO/Vice President of SPHS E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Executive Director email@example.com- CEO/Vice President of SPHS Inc. Web Addresses www.SPHS.org Primary Addresses 301 East Donner Ave. Suite 102 Monessen, PA 15062 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 351 West Beau Street Suite 203 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area 7 county Southwestern PA area including; Washinton, Westmoreland, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Armstrong and Cambria Service Description MH & D/A Student Assistance Services Child & Adolescent Summer Therapeutic Summer Camp Services Child and Adolescent Therapeutic Foster care service (Host Home) MH Adolescant Behavioral Health Rehab. Services (BHRS) MH Adult Supportive Housing services MH Adult Community Residential Rehabilitation services MH Crisis Stabilization/Diversion Services MH Crisis Intervention services including; walk-in, phone and mobile MH Community Treatment Team Services MH Case Management Services Adult and Adolescent MH Outpatient Treatment Adult and Adolescent D/A Outpatient Treatment MH In-School THerapy Services MH Adult Partial Hospitalization services MH Forensic Services at Washington County Jail. Adult Co-Occurring Treatment Servic4es Adult Co-Occurring Partail Hospitalization Available Hours Monday thru Thurday 8:30 am till 9:00 pm Friday 8:30 am till 5:00 pm Saturday By appointment only Fees/Cost for Services Assessment/Evaluation $ 97.50/hour Psychiatric Evaluation $275/Evaluation Psychological Testing $ 89/hour Individual Therapy $ 89/hour Group Therapy $ 40/hour/person Family Therapy $ 89/hour Clozapine $ 60/bundled Medication Checks $ 35/visit Medication Injections $ 35/visit Drug Screen $ 6.75/kit Confirmation $ 15/drug Eligibility Requirements Child, adolescent or adult resident of Washington County suffering from substance abuse, mental health, Children of Alcoholic disorders. Required Documentation Photo Identification Insurance card Social Security Number Any documantation of mandated referral How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call office numbers 24/7 walk-in seen daily Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes, all facilities are labor & industry approved Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Southwestern PA AIDS Planning Coalition SWPAPC Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Mission: To respond in a diverse manner to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Southwestern Pennsylania by planning, adovcating, and support the development of culturally competent, comprehensive systems of high quality care, prevention, and education services. History of Organization The Southwestern PA AIDS Planning Coalition was incoporated in Pittsburgh, PA in November of 1992 and was the first HIV/AIDS Planning Coalition in the state. In the greater Pittsburgh area, several AIDS service providers began collaborating to improve the delivery of service to consumers to do a regional needs assessment and strategic service planning in the 11 southwestern counties designated by the Pennsylvania Department of Health as Southwestern Pennsylvania. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Federal, state and local funding, including contributions. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Dr. Doyin Desalu - Executive Director 412 363-1022 412 363-5994 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Person(s) Judy Sylvester - Planning Director 412 363-1022 412 363-5994 email@example.com Primary Addresses 201 S. Highland Ave. Suite 101 Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area 11 counties in SW PA: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington, and Westmoreland Service Description SWPAPC is one of 7 AIDS Planning Coalitions in Pennsylvania mandated originally under the Ryan White CARE (Comprehensive AIDS Resource Emergency) Act of 1990, recently renewed under Part B of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program of 2009, to conduct needs assessments, to plan for HIV/AIDS care and prevention services, and receive and allocate federal and state funds so that AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) can provide direct client services. The planning process also includes determination of service gaps, priority setting, program development, monitoring, and evaluation. Additionally, the Coalition works to assure quality services through technical assistance and capacity building support to member agencies and organizations. SWPAPC continues to work tirelessly to bring diverse representation to the planning table in order to meet this complex mandate that demands broad-based participation. Current membership has expanded to include mental health service providers, drug and alcohol service providers, and housing service providers, as well as interested and affected individuals. Available Hours 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday through Friday How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 412 363-1022 for information on HIV/AIDS resources in the region. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Accessible Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Various skills including clerical and computer skills. Southwestern PA Human Services SPHS Organizational Information Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jeff Burks Mascara - Executive Vice President/CEO Contact Person(s) Luther Sheets - Cheif Operating Officer Web Addresses www.sphs.org Primary Addresses 300 Chamber Plaza Charleroi, PA 15022 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Green, Fayette & Westmoreland Counties Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Agency on Aging, Inc. AAA Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Agency on Aging, Inc. is to promote the well-being of older adults through a planned, coordinated and collaborative program of health and social services. History of Organization The Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Agency on Aging, Inc. (Area Agency on Aging)established in 1974 as an entity responsible for the development and management of the overall service delivery system for older adults in Fayette, Greene and Washington Counties, has operated as a private, non-profit corporation since 1985. Part of a national network of agencies established by the federal Older Americans Act, the Area Agency on Aging is funded primarily through the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. Affiliations Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Pennsylvania Department of Aging Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Contact Information Key Leader(s) Leslie Grenfell - Executive Director Timothy Landrin - Director of Long Term Care Contact Person(s) Timothy Landrin - Director of Long Term Care Kathryn Costantino - Washington County AAA Supervisor Contact Number(s) 724-489-8080 ext. 4477 - Director of Long Term Care 724-228-7080 - Washington County AAA Supervisor 724-489-8080 ext. 4430 - Administrative Office 1-888-300-2704 - Toll Free E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Director of Long Term Care Web Addresses www.swpa-aaa.org Primary Addresses 305 Chamber Plaza Charleroi, PA 15022-1607 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 150 West Beau Street Suite 216 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Fayette and Greene Counties Service Description Adult Day Care - Provides group activities in a supportive environment for individuals with physical,mental or psychosocial limitations. Emphasis is placed on greater independence with daily living skills. APPRISE Insurance Counseling - Helps Medicare patients understand Medicare statements, assists in submitting claims or filing appeals, helps clarify Medicare-covered expenses and shows ways to compare supplemental policies for maximum coverage. Assessment - Provides a comprehensive, clinical assessment of a consumer s need for aging services to determine the most appropriate and effective means of meeting those needs. Care Management - Coordinates the care, planning and delivery of all services to individuals in need of services to assure the maximum possible independence within the community. Congregate Meals - Hot, nutritious meals provided to older adults gathered at area senior centers. Domiciliary Care (Dom Care) - Provides supervised alternative group-home living arrangements for those unable to live alone due to physical or mental impairment. This service is available to adults 18 years of age and older. Dom Care home providers are paid a monthly tax-exempt reimbursement for up to three individuals. Family Caregiver Support - Provides assistance to persons caring for an older adult living in the community. This support program includes benefits counseling, education, information on community-care providers and limited financial assistance to enhance the caregiver role. Also assists older caregivers caring for relatives 18 years of age and younger. Home Support - Provides unskilled or semi-skilled maintenance to ensure a safe and sanitary environment. Home-Delivered Meals - Provides well-balanced, appetizing meals to those assessed as having difficulty with preparing nutritious meals. Intake and Referral - Provides information, receives referrals for aging services, and conducts pre-screenings for the Agency s assessment unit. 1-800-734-9603. Legal Services for the Elderly - Provides professional consultation and representation on various legal matters. Services are limited to civil, non-fee generating issues. Medicaid Waiver Program - The Pennsylvania Department of Aging (PDA) Waiver program provides intensive in-home services for consumers found to be clinically and financially eligible for nursing home care who prefer to be cared for at home. Includes, but is not limited to: personal care, home support, nursing services, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, and home health aides. Nursing Home Transition - This process assists people with moving from a nursing home back to the living environment of their choice. The program supports consumers by coordinating services to help maintain an individual in the community as long as they choose. Ombudsman - Provides an advocacy force to protect and enhance the health, safety, welfare and rights of consumers receiving long-term care through investigation and resolution of complaints made by or on behalf of consumers. Outreach - Provides speakers on various subjects regarding aging services and programs as well as representation and literature for various community functions. Personal Assistance Service - Provides regular, specialized assistance with activities of daily living, in the early morning, evenings or on weekends, to those assessed as having a physical or medical disability. Personal Care - Provides periodic assistance with bathing, eating, grooming, ambulating or taking medications. PrimeTime Health - Provides health promotion and disease prevention services and programs at senior centers, senior housing facilities and senior gathering sites. Protective Services - Provides resources and supports to prevent, detect, reduce, or eliminate abuse, neglect, and exploitation of older adults. 1-800-537-2424. Senior Community Centers - 24 senior centers, 19 satellite centers provide hot, nutritious meals, recreation, socialization, education and volunteer opportunities. Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP)- Provides part-time and full-time employment opportunities to persons 55 years of age or older with local public and private employers. Senior Times newspaper - A monthly newspaper containing articles, schedules of events, senior center activities and other news to educate and entertain older adults. Socialization/recreation - In addition to senior community centers, various programs and activities that promote healthy lifestyles are provided, including the annual Senior Games and victory celebration and awards banquet, annual cook-off, golf tournament and regional health fairs. Volunteer opportunities - A partial listing includes delivery of meals to the homebound, serving on leadership board, volunteering at senior community centers, through the APPRISE insurance counseling program and the Monongahela River Pennsylvania Senior Environment Corps. Transportation - A coordinated effort to provide transportation for older adults including the individual county's Shared-Ride programs for senior citizens 65 years and older Available Hours 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fees/Cost for Services Consumers who meet certain income guidelines help to pay for the cost of some services. Co-payments are based on a sliding fee scale according to a consumer's income. Eligibility Requirements 60 years of age or older or spouse assessed and determined to be in need of services. In certain programs the eligibility is 18 years of age and older. Required Documentation Income verification for Cost Sharing Program. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Intake and Referral Toll Free 1-800-734-9603. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available Language Line is used for non-English speaking consumers. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Volunteers are always needed in the specific program areas listed below: APPRISE program volunteers counsel consumers about Medicare, Medicaid, supplemental insurance, Medicare Part D Prescription drug plans, long term care insurance and other public and private insurance options. SWPA AAA Monongahela River Pennsylvania Senior Environmental Corps (MREC) volunteers monitor the quality of our area's streams. Volunteers in the Ombudsman Program visit long term care facilities to empower and help residents resolve complaints. Volunteers drivers and runners deliver well-balanced, appetizing meals to consumers assessed as having difficulty with preparing nutritious meals in the Home Delivered Meal Program Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission's CommuteInfo Program CommuteInfo Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission's CommuteInfo program is coordinated in partnership with transportation management associations, transportation providers, businesses, and non-profit service organizations throughout Southwestern PA. The CommuteInfo program is designed to increase the number of people who travel to work or school by riding transit, carpooling, vanpooling, or bikepooling. The goal is for commuters living, working or attending school within the 10-county Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission region (including Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington, and Westmoreland counties) to choose ridesharing at least twice a week. The CommuteInfo program provides resources and information to assist individuals traveling to work or school and helps regional employers learn more about commuting options. Commuters can register with CommuteInfo to request a commuting options report which includes contact information for the regional fixed route transit operators, nearby park-n-ride facilities and a list of other individuals making a similar commute who are interested in vanpooling, carpooling, and/or bikepooling. Commuters can request their commuting options report on-line or call our toll-free phone number: 1-888-819-6110. Employers can access technical assistance, articles, posters, and surveys to use during employee recruitment, with job applicants or with existing employees. Employers can contact CommuteInfo staff toll-free at: 1-888-819-6110. History of Organization The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) is no newcomer to ridesharing, having been an early proponent of alternative commuter options since the energy crunch days of the early 1970s. At that time, SPC was instrumental in initiating a third-party vanpool program and started a call-in service for ridesharing information and assistance. Since that time, SPC has been engaged in ongoing outreach efforts to encourage major regional employers to participate in the program and to promote ridesharing among their employees. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Various Contact Information Key Leader(s) Lisa Kay Schweyer - Program Developer for CommuteInfo Program 412-391-5590 375 email@example.com Contact Person(s) Lisa Kay Schweyer Contact Number(s) 1-888-819-6110 - Toll-free E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Contact Web Addresses www.commuteinfo.org - CommuteInfo Primary Addresses 425 Sixth Avenue Suite 2500 Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area 10-county Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission region (including Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington, and Westmoreland counties) Service Description The CommuteInfo program provides resources and information to assist individuals traveling to work or school and helps regional employers learn more about commuting options. Commuters can register with CommuteInfo to request a commuting options report which includes contact information for the regional fixed route transit operators, nearby park-n-ride facilities and a list of other individuals making a similar commute who are interested in vanpooling, carpooling, and/or bikepooling. Commuters can request their commuting options report on-line or call our toll-free phone number: 1-888-819-6110. Employers can access technical assistance, articles, posters, and surveys to use during employee recruitment, with job applicants or with existing employees. Employers can contact CommuteInfo staff toll-free at: 1-888-819-6110. Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No SPHS Aging Services Diversified Human Services, Inc. Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of the corporation is to provide quality aging services to residents of Washington County and the Mon Valley portion of Fayette County. Our purpose is to take a consumer-driven approach to meet the changing needs of the older adult population. History of Organization Diversified Human Services, Inc.(DHS), began operating on July 01, 1985, as a private, non-profit corporation chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Affiliations 1). Mon Valley Community Health Services, Inc. 2). Southwest Behaviorial Care, Inc. 3). Connect, Inc. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources 1). Pennsylvania Department of Aging 2). Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Agency on Aging Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jeff Burks Mascara - CEO/ Executive Vice-President Contact Person(s) Mary Mariani - Supervisor Consumer Services Contact Number(s) (724) 489-1100 or toll free 1-800-803-6625 E-mail(s) email@example.com Web Addresses www.sphs.org Primary Addresses 301 Chamber Plaza Charleroi, PA 15022 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 102 West Pike Street Houston, PA 15342 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area All of Washington County Mon Valley portion of Fayette County Service Description 1). Senior Community Center Services 2). Nutrition Services - Congregate and Home-Delivered Meals 3). In-Home Services 4). Senior High-Rise Supportive Services 5). Prime-Time Health Services 6). Peer Counseling Services (H.E.L.P.-Helping Elders Live Positively) Available Hours Senior Community Centers hours of operation. (8:30am - 4:30pm) In-Home Services hours of operation. (24 hours/7 days a week) Fees/Cost for Services For In-Home Services: SWPA Area Agency on Aging and other contract agencies service reimbursement rates. Private Pay rates vary. Donations accepted for Senior Center and Nutrition Services Eligibility Requirements Typically 60 years of age as referenced by the Older Americans Act. Required Documentation As required by funding source and contract agencies. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments For Senior Center Services: Contact individual centers during operation hours. For In-Home Services: Contact Supervisor of Consumer Services 24/7 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility All Senior Community Centers are ADA accessible. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Volunteers are always needed to work within the senior centers and to deliver home-delivered meals. SPHS CARE Center Organizational Information Parent Organization Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The SPHS CARE Center supports and promotes the health and well being of individuals and families with particular emphasis on eradicating the negative effects of substance abuse, sexual assault, and family dysfunction by providing counseling, education, advocacy, and other services to the community. History of Organization The CARE Center, Inc., which now operates under the name of SPHS CARE Center, was founded in 1964. In 2002, the CARE Center became affiliated with Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. (SPHS). Accreditations and Licenses PA Dept. of Health Licensed Outpatient Treatment Facility; a licensed satellite office of SPHS Behavioral Health is co-located at the CARE Center; Mon Valley Academy II is licensed by the PA Dept. of Education Affiliations The CARE Center is a formal part of the SPHS human services system. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Mutliple funding sources, as well as fee for service. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Jeff Burks Mascara - CEO Contact Person(s) Kellie McKevitt - Director Cheryld Emala - Clinical Supervisor, Behavioral Health and Drug and Alcohol Programs Don Morris - DUI/Underage Drinking Program Supervisor Andrew Shrader - RIP/ODPP Supervisor Angela Lancaster - Mon Valley Academy II/Supervisor Contact Number(s) 724-228-2200 - Maiden Street Site Programs 724-229-5782 - DUI Program 724-229-5007 - STTARS Program 724-229-5007 - Child Advocacy Center 724-489-9100. ext. 4595 - Mon Valley Academy II E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Cheryld Emala email@example.com- Kellie McKevitt firstname.lastname@example.org- Andrew Shrader/RIP-ODPP Supervisor Primary Addresses 75 East Maiden Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 351 West Beau Street, Suite 201 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 351 West Beau Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 75 East Maiden Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and Greene Counties primarily; referrals accepted from surrounding counties. Service Description The SPHS CARE Center provides a range of outpatient mental health and substance abuse services in the behavioral health and drug and alcohol treatment programs. The RIP/ODPP provides partial level of care for court referred drug and alcohol treatment. DUI/Underage drinking services provide CRN evaluations and court ordered classes to individuals with driving under the influence and/or underage drinking charges. The STTARS Program serves victims of sexual assault through counseling, advocacy, and support. The Washington County Child Advocacy Center is a collaborative effort between SPHS CARE Center, Washington County Children and Youth, Washington County District Attorney's Office, Washington Hospital and local law enforcement that provides comprehensive forensic interviews and coordinated response for child victims of abuse. Many services are also available in our Greene County offices. Available Hours Vary by program, evening hours available by appointment Fees/Cost for Services Vary by program; sexual assault services are provided free of charge Eligibility Requirements Vary by program Required Documentation Varies by program How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call or walk-in Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility all sites Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description The STTARS Program provides training for individuals interested in becoming volunteers for the sexual assault hotline. SWPA - SDHP - Regional Housing Coordinator Organizational Information Parent Organization Allegheny County Department of Human Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The role of the Regional Housing Coordinator (RHC) is to create a bridge (systems) between the Medicaid home and community based waiver programs and the housing sector. The RHC works with local agencies, private and public organizations, housing professionals, and others to identify, develop, and facilitate access to housing options and opportunities for people with disabilities. The RHC provides education and outreach to service and housing professionals in the region to increase awareness and understanding about the housing needs of people with disabilities. Southwest Region: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Mary Penny - Statewide Housing Coordinator Ashley Newhouse - SW Regional Housing Coordinator E-mail(s) email@example.com Web Addresses www.phfa.org - Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency www.sdhp.org - Self Determination Housing Project of Pennsylvania www.dpw.state.pa.us - Department of Public Welfare www.alleghenycounty.us/dhs - Allegheny County Department of Human Services Primary Addresses One Smithfield Street, 1st Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area SWPA 10 county region Service Description The role of the Regional Housing Coordinator (RHC) is to create a bridge (systems) between the Medicaid home and community based waiver programs and the housing sector. The RHC works with local agencies, private and public organizations, housing professionals, and others to identify, develop, and facilitate access to housing options and opportunities for people with disabilities. The RHC provides education and outreach to service and housing professionals in the region to increase awareness and understanding about the housing needs of people with disabilities. Southwest Region: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland. Eligibility Requirements Offers Technical Assistance to Housing and Service Providers Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility YES Languages Spoken or Available All through language line Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Test organization Contact Information Key Leader(s) Bob Smith - Leader 724-111-1111 Tom Jones - Co-Leader 724-222-2222 Service Information Service Description Test services Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Test organization Contact Information Key Leader(s) Bob Smith - Leader 724-555-5555 firstname.lastname@example.org Service Information Service Description Test services Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No The Arc of Washington County The Arc Organizational Information Parent Organization Aadvantage Inc. Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of the Arc of Washington is to promote the inclusion of developmentally challenged citizens in everyday community life. Our goals are to provide advocacy, assurance, assistance and accessiblity. We are committed to ensuring that advocacy and outreach services are available in our area. History of Organization Arc Washington was established in 1952 by a group of parents of children with mental retardation. In an effort to adapt to meet the changing needs of our community, Arc Washington restructured its services, resulting in a corporate parent and three subsidiaries. All four are private, non-profit organizations under Section 501 (c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. AAdvantage, Inc. (formerly Arc Washington County, Inc.) is responsible for the advocacy and leadership of the Arc Washington County Chapter. Its mission is to promote inclusion of developmentally challenged citizens in everyday community life. Arc Human Services maintains operations for all residential and vocational programming, affirmative employment and children's services. Its mission is to teach individuals skills so that they may live and work in the community. Residential Recovery Services, the mental health subsidiary of AAdvantage, Inc. community residential rehabilitation services for adult mental health clients in Washington and Greene Counties. AAdvantage Foundation, Inc. (formerly Arc Washington Foundation, Inc.) supports operations and programming of the Arc by raising private funds from corporations, foundations, churches, organizations and individuals. Affiliations Arc Human Services Residential Recovery Services Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Federal, state and county funds and Local foundations Contact Information Key Leader(s) Mike Reardon - Executive Director Christy Lewis - Director Contact Person(s) Christy Lewis - Director of Arc of Washington County Contact Number(s) 724-745-3010 - Telephone E-mail(s) Christy.Lewis@arcofwpa.org- Director email@example.com- General Web Addresses www.arcofwpa.org Primary Addresses Foxpointe Centre 201 S. Johnson Rd. Suite 200 Houston, PA 15342 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene, Allegheny, Beaver and Butler Counties Service Description The Arc of Washington County focuses on advocacy, information, referrals, and education for individuals and families. The Arc of Washington County provides a much needed resource for individuals with disabilities in Washington County. We provide a one-stop-shop for individuals and families researching and accessing services. The Arc of Washington County works with the Arc of The United States and the Arc of Pennsylvania to promote active citizenship and inclusion for individuals with disabilities. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call or email for additional information Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes Volunteer Description Volunteers welcome The Caring Network, Inc Prescription Assistance Program Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Mission: The Caring Network, Inc. identifies areas of need for residents residing in Washington County. The main focus is uninsured, underinsured residents of Washington County. The coordinators help provide the above population receive their medications for free or at a low cost. History of Organization The Caring Network was started in 2005 with a start-up grant from United Way and a private funder. In three years The Caring Network has hepled over 800+ residents of Washington County receive free or low cost medications, with a savings of over $1,600,000. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources The Caring Network is funded through, Washington County Redevelopment Authority, The Washington County Commissioners, United Way of Washington County and private donations. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Sherri Hewitt-Laird - Executive Director/Volunteer Contact Person(s) Rob Miklic - Director Contact Number(s) 724-884-0290 - Progeram Coordinator 724-884-0290 - Executive Director E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Program Coordinator email@example.com- Executive Director Web Addresses www.caringnetworkrx.org Primary Addresses 1050 Jefferson Ave Washington , Pa 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area The Caring Network assists clients from Washington County. Service Description Medication Assistance - Search internet for pharmaceutical companies offering free or low cost medications. Complete applications, communicate with clients physicians and submit applications for processing. Available Hours Monday - Friday 8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m. Fees/Cost for Services $5.00 processing fee per medication, fee not to exceed $25.00 regardless of number of medications. Eligibility Requirements Income guidelines are: Single person- less than $21,000 Two People_ less than $32,000 Three People- less than $36,000 Four people- less than $45,000 Required Documentation PROOF OF INCOME Most recent paycheck stub Unemployment check, if available Most recent 1040 Federal tax form, if available Copies of social security, or pension letters, if available How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-884-0290 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Make phone calls, mailings, & process outcome data. The Integrated Care Corporation ICC Organizational Information Parent Organization The Integrated Care Corporation Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Our purpose at The Integrated Care Corporation is to deliver Early Intervention services of outstanding quality. Our passionate and important mission is to make a real difference in the life of your child so they may have the greatest foundation from which to grow. We accomplish our mission by teaming with you and being effective in our work. We will consistently provide exceptionally trained, caring professionals to administer therapies within the scope of our service. We will regularly evaluate the needs of your family and the progress of your child, and will adjust our methods as necssary. To ensure a positive, lifelong service, we will educate you every step of the way so you may help your child each and everyday. History of Organization For over 16 years, The Integrated Care Corporation has been providing Early Intervention services in ten Western Pennsylvania counties including Washington, Fayette and Greene. Accreditations and Licenses We are regularly monitored by each of the counties that our Early Intervention program serves. Legal Structure For-profit entity Funding Sources The Integrated Care Corporation receives funding for Early Intervention services through Medical Assistance and County Behavioral programs. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Lance Queer - Founder and President 1(888)645-5683 (724)593-8547 (724)593-7448 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Person(s) Elaine Harvey - Program Coordinator 1(888)645-5683 (724)593-8547 (724)593-7448 email@example.com Contact Number(s) 1(888)645-5683 - Toll Free (724)593-7448 - Fax E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- President email@example.com- Program Coordinator Web Addresses www.integratedcare.us - Corporate office Primary Addresses 371 Bethel Church Road Ligonier, PA 15658 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Ten Western Pennsylvania counties including Washington, Greene, and Fayette Service Description Our Early Intervention program provides physical, occupational, speech, developmental, vision and hearing therapy to children from birth through three years of age. These services are provided to the children in their natural environment, which can include the child's home, the home of a caregiver or day care center. Our therapists collectively average 15 years of birth to three years experience and more than 18 years of professional experience. They are highly qualified and caring individuals We believe that integrating this professional expertise and care with your knowledge and experience is the key to success for your child. Our Early Intervention services are designed to help each child reach his or her greatest potential, increase independence and reduce frustration for both the family and the child. You are the expert on your child. You know the vision, needs and goals for your child and family. We believe in working with you, focusing on those needs and striving to accomplish those goals. It would be our privilege and honor to help your child achieve their full potential, to work with you, and to help guide your family through each phase of service best suited for your child's highest well being. We encourage you to select us to be a part of your new team of professionals. Available Hours Our office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Our therapists' hours vary depending on the needs of the child and his or her family. Fees/Cost for Services Early intervention (EI) is a Federal Entitlement Program, therefore, services for qualifying children are free of charge to the child's family. Eligibility Requirements The Early Intervention Program is specific to children under the age of three who are at least 25% delayed in any one or more of the five major areas of development. Required Documentation County Early Intervention Service Coordinators provide us with the referrals and required documentation. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact us, toll free, at 1(888)645-LOVE(5683). Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Not applicable as services are provided in child's natural environment. Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No The Washington Hospital Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Our vision is to position The Washington Hospital as the preferred regional health care provider in Washington and Greene counties through excellence in the provision of health care services. Located in Washington with multiple outpatient sites throughout Washington and Greene counties, the hospital has 265 beds in addition to a 16-bassinet nursery and an 8-bed residential hospice. The hospital s medical staff includes more than 350 primary care and specialty physicians providing a full range of medical and surgical care. The hospital offers a full range of services, including orthopedic care, women s health care, emergency care, medical/surgical care, critical care, and outpatient diagnostic and treatment services. Specialty services include a cardiovascular center of excellence, comprehensive hospice care, children s therapy, occupational medicine, and diabetes education and management. In the past few years, the hospital has also introduced such services as the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center; Strabane Woods of Washington, an assisted living facility; Strabane Trails of Washington, an independent living facility; Donnell House, the region s only residential hospice; and the Ruth York Morgan Health Education Learning Place, a health information resource center at the hospital. History of Organization The Washington Hospital was founded in 1897. Accreditations and Licenses The Washington Hospital is licensed by: The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Medicare Medicaid Champus The Washington Hospital is accredited by: - Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations - Pennsylvania Department of Health - Pennsylvania Medical Society - Pennysylvania State Board of Nursing - The Food and Drug Administration - American Academy of Sleep Medicine - American College of Radiology - American Medical Association for Residency Programs - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission - American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer - American Osteopathic Association - CMS-CLIA - College of American Pathologists - Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education - National League for Nursing - The American Association of Blood Banks - National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Services - Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care - Pennsylvania Department of Health Laboratories Affiliations The Washington Hospital is a member of the American Hospital Association, The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania, Hospital Council of Western Pennsylvania and the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Contact Information Key Leader(s) Telford W. Thomas - President and CEO Contact Person(s) Jamie Ivanac - Community Relations Coordinator Contact Number(s) 724.225.7000 E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses www.washingtonhospital.org Primary Addresses 155 Wilson Avenue Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene and southern Allegheny counties Service Description Located in Washington with multiple outpatient sites throughout Washington and Greene counties, The Washington Hospital has 265 beds in addition to a 16-bassinet nursery and an 8-bed residential hospice. The hospital s medical staff includes more than 350 primary care and specialty physicians providing a full range of medical and surgical care. The hospital offers a full range of services, including orthopedic care, women s health care, emergency care, medical/surgical care, critical care, and outpatient diagnostic and treatment services. Specialty services include a cardiovascular center of excellence, comprehensive hospice care, children s therapy, occupational medicine, and diabetes education and management. In the past few years, the hospital has also introduced such services as the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center; Strabane Woods of Washington, an assisted living facility; Strabane Trails of Washington, an independent living facility; Donnell House, the region s only residential hospice; and the Ruth York Morgan Health Education Learning Place, a health information resource center at the hospital. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes The Washington Hospital Teen Outreach Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To serve as an advocate for youh, parents, professionals and community by medeling quality education to improve communication, promote healthy adolescent behavior, reduce risk and encourage wellness. History of Organization The Teen Outreach originated in 1989 by the Director, Mary Jo Podgurski. The first program was an in school program called PPP (Postpone, Prevent, Prepare). Since then we have added many youth oriented programs. Affiliations The Washington Hospital Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Grants Contact Information Key Leader(s) Mary Jo Podgurski, RNC, MA, FACCE - Director Contact Person(s) Joan Adley - Associate Director Web Addresses www.healthyteens.com Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene, Fayette counties Service Description PPP (Postpone, Prevent, Prepare) The is a fun, dynamic and interactive class on educational theories that encourage experiential learning. Session focus on postponing sexual involvement, reducing risk, removing misinformation regarding sexuality, and empowering young people with the skills needed to assist them in reaching sexual health. PPT (Pregnant and Parenting Teens Program). The program provides intensive mentoring and education services to teens in Washington, Greene and Fayetts Counties. PPT focuses upon PRIDE (Parenting Responsible and Independently with Dignity and Empowerment) by offering intensive weekly educational mentoring to young parents. Services are also available for teens who are experiencing early childbearing. Peer Education - This program is for high school youths in grades 9 - 12. The focus is to train them so they can teach their younger peers. They accompany our adult educators to middle and elementary schools and provide role plays, interactive learning experiences and discussions on relationships, peer pressure and postponing sex. They are under the supervision of Outreach staff professionals at all times during these teaching sessions. The ECHO Program is an early intervention program that seeks to reach young people and their parents before a child is at risk for displaying unhealthy behaviors. ECHO is outcome based, providing intensive one on one educational mentoring in the home and in school. Parents are an integral part of this mentoring. R.E.A.L. DADS Fathering Program provides support, information and motivation to young fathers in the areas of parenthood, relationships, sexuality and responsible manhood. Our fathering program is committed to supporting, educating and challenging young fathers to actively parent as well as identify a father's role in the family. POWER (Positive Options for Waiting through Education for Real life) is an in-school adstinence program that targets students of both genders from fifth to eighth grade. The focal pont of the POWER Program is skill building. Refusal skills, communication slikks, and problem solving and decision-making skills combine to assist young people make healthy choices. Parent/Youth Sexuality Education classes are taught by our the teen outreach Director, Mary Jo Podgurski. They were initiated in 1984 to increase parent'child communication while introducing sexuality and puberty information in a relaxed, gentle fashion. Classes are divided into parent/daughter and parent/son sessions and tafget young people ages 9 - 12 in the "What's Up as You Grow Up Program" and yuth 13 - 15 in the 'Reaching for Adulthood Program". These classes are offered monthly and receive consistent glowing evaluations from parents and children alike. Available Hours Office hours are 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM during school months. Summer hours vary, please call the office. Our social workers are available also after hours Fees/Cost for Services Most services are free. Please call the office for this information. Eligibility Requirements Please call the office for this information. Required Documentation Please call the office for this information. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call the office to request services. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Handicapped ramp. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Please call the office for current list of volunteers needed. Three Cities Services Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Providing clinical counseling services to individuals, families and organizations on issues related to anxiety, depression, stress and life transitions. History of Organization Since 1992, Three Cities Services has been providing counseling and consulting services to individuals and businesses in the form of individual and family counseling and consulting workshops to businesses and industry. Accreditations and Licenses Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC Board Certified Diplomat, Clinical Social Worker Certified Industrial Ergonomist, CIE Associate Faculty, Waynesburg College, Graduate School of Counseling Psychology. Affiliations National Association of Social Workers PA Association of Social Workers Oxford Research Institute, ORI Pittsburgh Human Resources Assoc. PHRA Employee Assistance Program Association, EAPA Funding Sources Accepts insurance reimbursement from: Medicare Medicaid Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield United Behavioral Health Aetna Cigna UPMC UPMC for You Gateway Value Behavioral Health TriCare Value Options Private Pay EAP's Corporate Contracts Contact Information Key Leader(s) Paul J. Tripoli LCSW LPC BCD - Owner Contact Person(s) Paul J. Tripoli LCSW - Owner Contact Number(s) 724-747-9408 - Owner E-mail(s) threeX@verizon.net- Owner Primary Addresses 6 Apple Valley Road Suite 101 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 8 East Pine Avenue Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Nation Wide Consulting Services Service Description Private clinical counseling services to individuals and families experiencing stress, anxiety, depression and life transitions. Work Place Services provided to individuals and corporations for issues related to environmental and mental stress, employee assistance related issues and human resources related issues. Also conducted: ergonomic assessments, stress management assessments and environmental assessments. Services are provided in the form of individual assessments, company wide assessments, work shops, seminars and corporate coaching. Available Hours All hours by phone: 724-747-9408. Clinical Counseling; by appointment only. Fees/Cost for Services I accept the fee schedule of most of the major health insurances for clinical counseling services. Corporate services are by bid and contract only. Eligibility Requirements Must have current health insurance that covers mental health/substance abuse services or able to self pay. Required Documentation N/A How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call me directly: 724-747-9408. Paul J. Tripoli LCSW Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available Italian Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Transitional Employment Consultants TEC Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization TEC's mission is to assist individuals with disabilities to become productive, independent members of the community by providing job readiness training and placement into competitive employment. History of Organization TEC was established in 1984 with a grant secured by the Washington County Mental Health Association. This was a collaborative effort involving the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Washington District Office (OVR), the Washington/Greene Counties Mental Health/Mental Retardation Program (MH/MR), the Mental Health Association of Washington County, and the University of Pittsburgh to provide supportive and/or supported employment services for consumers of mental health. During the past twenty-four years the agency has expanded to meet the growing demand for comprehensive employment services to all disability groups. Accreditations and Licenses N/A Affiliations PA Association of Rehabilitation Facilities Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Washington County MH/MR Program; Department of Labor's Office of Vocational Rehabilitation; Fayette County MH/MR Program; and, United Way of Washington County Contact Information Key Leader(s) Peggi Fawcett - Executive Director Terry Bennett - President Board of Directors Sheila Gombita - Vice President Board of Directors Sandy Guthrie - Treasurer Board of Directors Lisa Buday - Secretary Board of Directors Contact Person(s) Peggi Fawcett - Executive Director Contact Number(s) 724-225-5085 - Fax 724-438-4005 - Uniontown Office 1-888-576-2365 - Toll free 724-379-7907 - Donora Office 724-225-3535 - Washington Main Facility E-mail(s) email@example.com- Executive Director Primary Addresses 330 Central Avenue Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 221 Fifth Street Donora, PA 15033 Click here for a Map of this Location. 137 North Beeson Avenue, Suite 119 Uniontown, PA 15401 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington, Greene, Fayette and Westmoreland Counties Service Description Flood control services. Snow removal and plowing services. Supported employment services for people with disabilities. Vocational assessment. Vocational Exploration Job readiness training Temporary work Job development. Job placement High school tranisiton from school to work services. Follow-up employment support services. Interpreting services for the deaf and hearing impaired. Lawn and landscaping services. Available Hours TEC Main Facility: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Job support hours vary depending on the schedule of the individual employed in the community. Fees/Cost for Services N/A Eligibility Requirements Individuals must have a disability Required Documentation Referral information from the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, the Washington County MH/MR Program, the Fayette County MH/MR Progam, and School District I.E.P. team documentation and referral. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Access services from the Washington County MH/MR Program, the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, the Fayette County MH/MR Program, and School District Special Education Directors. For more information contact TEC at 724-225-3535. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Sign Language Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Conduct mock employment interivews. Spring cleaning of main facility. Employers to allow community based assessments for consumers. Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living TRIPIL Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Independent Living Centers are organizations owned and operated by people with disabilities. Our mission is to promote self-help and empowerment through peer support and information sharing, to remove societal limitations which prevent total integration and to re-orient service systems to foster self-actualization and personal growth rather than dependency. They are charged with doing whatever it takes to accomplish this mission within the community. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Supported by grants from the PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Federal Rehabilitation Services Administration. Tax deductible contributions are appreciated. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Kathleen Kleinmann - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Bob Romero - Membership Director Contact Number(s) 724.223.5115 - Main phone number 724.228.4028 - TTY number 724.223.5119 - Fax number E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Membership Director Primary Addresses 69 E Beau Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington,Greene,and Fayette counties Service Description Housing referral service; technical assistance and recommendations for making existing and new structures accessible; care counseling; attendant care; homemaker services (in Washington Co. only); in-home skills training; skills training centers; support groups, individual and family counseling; adovcacy. Available Hours 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday Fees/Cost for Services Vary; sliding-fee scale exists based on income and services received. Eligibility Requirements Any individual with disabilities and residing in tri-county area. Guidelines vary with specific programs. Call for information. Required Documentation Proof of income if requested. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call for an appointment or to request additional information Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Fully accessible Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living (Waynesburg ) TRIPIL Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Independent Living Centers are organizations owned and operated by people with disabilities. Our mission is to promote self-help and empowerment through peer support and information sharing, to remove societal limitations which prevent total integration and to re-orient service systems to foster self-actualization and personal growth rather than dependency. They are charged with doing whatever it takes to accomplish this mission within the community. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Supported by grants from the PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Federal Rehabilitation Services Administration. Tax deductible contributions are appreciated. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Kathleen Kleinmann - Executive Director Kathleen Kleinmann - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Mike Matthews - Independent Living Specialist Mike Matthews - Independent Living Specialist Contact Number(s) 724-852-2016 - Phone 724-852-1869 - Fax E-mail(s) email@example.com- Office manager firstname.lastname@example.org- Office manager Primary Addresses 30 N Washington Street Waynesburg, PA 15370 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Greene Service Description Housing referral service; technical assistance and recommendations for making existing and new structures accessible; peer counseling; attendant care; homemaker services (in Washington Co. only); in-home skills training; skills training centers; support groups, individual and family counseling,Individual Education Plan advocacy for students; adovcacy. Available Hours 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday Fees/Cost for Services Vary; sliding-fee scale exists based on income and services received. Eligibility Requirements Any individual with disabilities and residing in tri-county area. Guidelines vary with specific programs. Call for information. Required Documentation Proof of income if requested How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call for an appointment or to request additional information Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Try-Again Homes, Inc. TAH Organizational Information Parent Organization Same as above Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Try-Again Home, Inc., is a private, non-profit corporation committed to providing safe nurturing places for children in need and dedicated to the growth, development, and empowerment of individuals and families for healthier communities. History of Organization Try-Again Homes, Inc., was founded in 1976 by several ministers and laymen to help disadvantage and abused children in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Today, we provide a wide array of services throughout western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Accreditations and Licenses 55.Pa. Code Chapter 3700-Foster Family Care Agency 55.Pa. Code Chapter 3680-Administration of Private Children & Youth Service Agencies 55.Pa. Code Chapter 3350-Adoption Services 55.Pa. Code Chapter 3800-Child Residential & Day Treatment Facilities Lic #05cproo4- WV. Dept. of Health & Human Resource Div. Charleston, WV Lic #244 - WV. Dept of Health & Human Resources. Behavioral Health -Specialized Foster Care & Transitional living for children. Affiliations Child Welfare League of America Child Rights Information Network Foster Family Therapy Association Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth & Families. Foster Treatment Association WV Child Care Association Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources State, County government, Federal, Foundation & donor Contact Information Key Leader(s) Gwendolyn Davis - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Besty Hay - Intake Secretary Contact Number(s) Kim Gavran - PA - Operations Director 1-800-245-4450 E-mail(s) email@example.com- Director firstname.lastname@example.org- PA- Director of Operations email@example.com Web Addresses www.try-againhomes.org Primary Addresses P.O. Box 1228 365 Jefferson Ave Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 30 East Main St. Carnegie, PA 15106 Click here for a Map of this Location. 30 East Main ST. Carnegie, PA 15106 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Six county - Southwestern PA Washington, Westmoreland, Indiana, Allegheny, Greene, Fayette Service Description YAIL (Young Adult Independent Living Program) - Dependent adolescents ages 16-18 who have undergone a planned discharge from foster care or a residential living group facility. This residential program staffed 24/7 provides guidance, life-skills training and the knowledge necessary to achieve self-sufficiency. TransParenting - Seminars (educational) to parents of children whom are in the process of divorce or separation. Seminar is court ordered and is intended to reduce parental conflict through this difficult period. TIPP/Mentoring (Truancy Intervention/Prevention Program) This program is designed to encourage school attendance and early intervention to excessive school absences. We work in partnership with school districts and Children & Youth to intervene early before any disruptive patterns form. In-Home Counseling - This provide is intended for youths ages 6 to 17 who have exhibited incorrigible behaviors or parent child conflict. This service is to reduce the risk of out-of-home placement. Family Visitation Center - Provide family visits and supervision to children who have been removed from their natural family due to abuse, neglect or incorrigibility. This is a residential home which provides for a more "homelike" environment to enhance family and child interaction and communication. Intensive Counseling - Work with Juvenile offenders through individual, family and group counseling. We comply with the BARJ principles to reduce out-of-home placements, and to recognize the victims of their acts. We attempt to engage them in activities that redirect their energies into productive young adults. Independent Living Program - Program provides life skills training, guidance and support for 16-21 year olds who have been in out-of-home placement. This program addresses the needs of this popluation and is an integral part of the continuum of services offered. It also offers a variety of approaches to help prepare youth for "real life" responsibilities and ultimately independence. After School Program - This program is for at-risk young adolescents who exhibit problems at home, school or community and are at risk of placement within the juvenile system. This program is structured within our administrative office were youth attend daily after-school for instruction in academic tutoring, behavioral modification, family intervention, socialization in public settings, mentoring and a varity of other interventions to minimize or reduce the risk of placement. Adventure Based Therapy - Adventure based therapy is used to supplement other types of treatment and put adolescents outside of comfort zone to assist in accomplishing treatment goals. We perform this service for clients of other agencies, the general public, and corporations seeking a team-building goal plan. Activities vary from ropes courses, tower initiatives, white-water, climbing, hiking, caving, skiing, etc. Foster Care - We place children from birth through 18 years of age who have been abused and/or neglected. We may also elect to place a child who is in a home with excessive conflict. Adoption - Try-Again Homes, Inc., is a licensed adoption agency in Pennsylvania. We are an approved SWAN (Statewide Adoption Network) Affiliate agency, allowing us to work with the waiting children & families in the County Children & Youth System. Family Group Decision Making - This program is based on the belief that no one know the family strengths, weaknesses, the concerns, or the issues better than the family themselves. This is a process in which the family takes an active role in the planning and intervention of their child, by including all pertinent family members and others who may have a significant impact on their childrens lives. CAN DO - This program is a co-ed transitional program for 18-22 year olds with mental health &/or substance abuse issues. The young adults who reside in the CAN-DO house were previously homeless and are taught to become productive independent citizens. Available Hours Office hours: 8:30 to 4:30 Twenty four hour emergency on-call. 1-800-245-4453 (724)225-0510 Fees/Cost for Services None County, State and Federally funded programs. Note: TransParenting is a $40.00 Fee Court Mandated services Eligibility Requirements Referrals are either through County Children & Youth Services, Juvenile Courts or other county related services. Required Documentation N/A How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact local County Children & Youth Office or Juvenile Probation office. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Washington Administrative Office Languages Spoken or Available English - Spanish is available upon advance request Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No U. S. Census Bureau Organizational Information Parent Organization Department of Commerce Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Our purpose is to provide an accurate Census count for Washington County as well as all the counties in Pennsylvania. As part of the fulfillment of that goal, we have jobs available to local residents in the coming months for census employment in the areas of census takers, crew leaders and assistant crew leaders. These jobs require (1)a basic skills test, (2) an application, (3) the I.D. required by Homeland Security in order to fill out an I-9 form as for any other U. S. employer, and (4) a background check. The jobs offer competitive wages and mileage reimbursement for use of the applicants' vehicle. Their training is paid and travel to and from training is considered to be compensable time. The phone number to use to schedule a test and apply for the jobs is 1-866-861-2010. History of Organization Thomas Jefferson came up with the idea for a Census when the more remote areas of the U. S. felt they were not being fairly represented in Washington c. 1790. The mandate was made by the constitution that the U. S. would count its citizens every 10 years and then use those population figures to choose representation for the government in Washington. This function still exists, and also this count is used for funding for many programs and is important to the communities in Washington County. Hospitals, libraries, fire companies, to name a few, benefit from grants and funding based on the accuracy of the Census. Contact Information Key Leader(s) See website Contact Person(s) See website Contact Number(s) See website E-mail(s) see website Web Addresses Census.gov - site helps explain purpose of census and has information on the jobs mentioned earlier. Service Information Service Area Nationwide Service Description Furnishing jobs and ensuring accurate census count of local communities Available Hours website available 24-7 Fees/Cost for Services None Eligibility Requirements Over 18 years of age, High school graduate, required I. D. Required Documentation List is available on the website on the page for Identification on the I-9 document How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments 1-866-861-2010 to schedule a test and application for Census jobs. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Most sites Languages Spoken or Available Make special needs known Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No United Way of Washington County Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization OUR MISSION To improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Contact Information Key Leader(s) Barbara Murphy - President 724-225-3310 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Person(s) Jessica Tennant - Special Events and Communications Coordinator 724-225-3310 email@example.com Contact Number(s) 1-866-224-7840 - HelpLine Information & Referral E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- General Email Web Addresses www.unitedwaywashco.org Primary Addresses 590 Washington Road Suite 200 Washington , PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Let us help you find the help you need. United Way of Washington County HelpLine 724-225-3310 Available Hours Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm Fees/Cost for Services No Fee Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh Washington County,Food Stamp Participation Program Organizational Information Parent Organization Hunger Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Hunger Services is charged with helping households expressing need find an adequate community food resource. In that regard,we manage the three(3)anti-hunger programs: 1. Emergency Food Assistance (EFA)2. Food for Early Develop(FED)3.Food StampParticipation Project(FSPP) Please refer all clients and comsumers who may need to sure up their food supply.We provide electronic pre-screen application from the field,by phone and submit directly to County Assistance Offices electronically. History of Organization The Urban League is 88 years old and is the largest social service and civil rights agency devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream community in greater Pittsburgh. Accreditations and Licenses The Urban League with the help of the United Way,local,state and federal governments and foundations operate programs providing services to more than 34,000 people of all races each year. Affiliations United Way Code 103 Contact Information Key Leader(s) Ester L. Bush - President and CEO Ester L. Bush - President and CEO Contact Person(s) Bertram Mitchell - Food Stamp Particition Project,Washington county,Field Representative Contact Number(s) 1-866-395-3663, Toll Free - Washington county Field Rep. E-mail(s) email@example.com- Hunger Services,Program Manager firstname.lastname@example.org- Director of Housing email@example.com- Washington co.Field Rep. Primary Addresses 610 Wood Street Pittsburgh, Pa 15222-2222 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington,Allegheny and Westmoreland counties Service Description All services are available by request or referral from any community based organizations,faith based organizations,social services,hunman services,small group or individual. All can be done from almost any location. Electronicall pre-screen canidates in the field or by phone. Complete and submit quickly applications to the CAO. How to move with greater assurance through the enrollment process. Disscuss the nutritional and economical value of food stamps. What it takes to qualify for the program. Available Hours 9-5,some evenings and weekends.Some emergency services are available at the 800 number. Fees/Cost for Services free Eligibility Requirements Based on income guidelines Required Documentation Personal id.proof of income and resources How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments By telephone and appointments Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description As needed bases to complete assigned projects Visiting Angels Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization At Visiting Angels we strive to maintain the independence and dignity of our clients, by ensuring the highest quality service and the most competent caregivers at the most reasonable price, while nurturing a working environment of mutual respect and cooperation. Visiting Angels is committed to helping people in all spectrums of life by providing non-medical at-home care. We offer up to 24-hour a day care and intermittent care, as well as respite care. Our caregivers also compliment Hospice services for clients in the last phases of life, so they may live as comfortably as possible History of Organization In the 1980's Jeffrey Johnson was employed as Director of Social Work in a nursing home in the Baltimore, Maryland area. He listened as families of clients, who often expressed frustration that they had few alternatives other than to place their loved ones in a nursing facility. Before long, Jeffrey resolved to establish his own business to provide care for homebound senior citizens. In 1998, Jeffrey joined with three other directors (including 2 with extensive experience operating their own non-medical home care agencies) to establish Visiting Angels as a nationwide network of home care agencies and in just 4 years, this goal was fully realized. Accreditations and Licenses Home care License 14293601 Affiliations Washington County PDA Waiver Clients Veterans Association Legal Structure For-profit entity Contact Information Key Leader(s) Val Candee - Owner 724-745-6857 724-745-6856 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Person(s) Kim Jackson - Marketing Liaison 724-745-6857 Web Addresses www.visitingangels.com/washingtonpa - Canonsburg Office Primary Addresses 332 W. Pike Street Canonsburg, PA 15317 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Western Allegheny County and Washington County Service Description Bathing Assistance medication reminders Errands Errands light housekeeping meal preparation companionship care respite care laundry Available Hours Services available 24 hours a day, 7 days week. Fees/Cost for Services Free in-home assessment to determine rate. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-745-6857 Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Washington City Mission City Mission, the Mission Organizational Information Parent Organization N/A Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The Washington City Mission exists to share Christ, to shelter, to heal and to restore the homeless to independent living - without discrimination. History of Organization The Mission was founded in 1941 by The Rev. Burt McCausland, a local minister and businessman, to serve those who became homeless during the Depression. In the beginning, homeless men were the primary recipients of services. However, in 1986, the Mission opened the Avis Arbor Women's Shelter and in 2003 expanded into a larger facility to meet the needs of the growing homeless population of women and children. Through the years, the Mission has changed its programs to better serve an ever growing number of people. However, what has not changed is our commitment to share the love and Word of Jesus Christ to all who pass through our doors. Accreditations and Licenses Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) Affiliations The Associatiion of Gospel Rescue Missions Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Donations from individuals, churches and businesses; Hidden Treasure Stores; grants and special events. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Thomas R. Schaffer - President Dean Gartland - Director of Programs Robert Scott, PhD - Director of Clinical Services Clarence Camara - Director of Operations Shirley Fierro - Director of Development Contact Person(s) Jessica Zuklich - Associate Director for Grant Acquisition Grace Reyes - Women's Program Coordinator Paul Smith - Men's Social Service Coordinator Vicki Lemley - Administrative Assistant for Programs Tim Hogan - Associate Director for Volunteers and Cultivation Donna Bussey - Associate Director for Public Relations Helen Colletti - Associate Director for Administration Contact Number(s) 1-800-226-8412 - Toll free 724-222-3510 - Fax 724-222-8530 - Main number/Service Directory E-mail(s) email@example.com- Social Service Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org- Women's Program Coordinator email@example.com- Director of Operations firstname.lastname@example.org- Director of Programs email@example.com- Director of Clinical Services firstname.lastname@example.org- President email@example.com- Director of Development Web Addresses www.citymission.org - Washington City Mission Primary Addresses 84 W. Wheeling Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Tri-State Area Service Description Chapel and Devotional Program: The Mission holds two Chapel services per week and daily devotional services to help address the spiritual needs of homeless residents. Work Readiness Program: Residents at the Mission participate in work training (not employment) at the Mission for up to 40 hours per week to facilitate the enhancement of a strong work ethic and work skills. Pastoral Counseling and Referral: Staff counselors and chaplains carry a case load of residents to help address the underlying causes of homelessness and provide referral resources outside the Mission for appropriate collaborative care as needed. Arbuckle Medical Clinic Program: Homeless men, women and children receive free medical care. One full-time nurse practioner along with many volunteer doctors and nurses tend to the physical, emotional and spiritual health of those we serve. Men's Shelter Program: Homeless residential and guest/transient facility, 56 beds, three meals per day, up to one year. Avis Arbor Women and Children's Shelter: Homeless residential and guest/transient facility for homeless women with/out children, 32 beds, three meals a day, up to one year stay. Food Service Program: Three meals each day for residents and walk-in guests. Emergency Assistance: Emergency food, clothing, and household items are offered to homeless persons, victims of fire and natural disasters, and persons in financial crisis. Available Hours The Men and Women's Shelter Programs can accept homeless persons 24 hours a day 365 days a year (depending upon bed availability). Fees/Cost for Services There is no cost or fee for homeless services of the Washington City Mission unless a resident has an outside income. In that case, the resident is required to pay up to a maximum 25% program fee and save most of the remainder of his/her income towards future independent living arrangements. Eligibility Requirements Homeless men 18 years of age or older. Homeless women 18 years of age or older with or without children. Required Documentation Not required How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call 724-222-8530. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility The Men's Program, Women's Program and Food Services are all handicap accessible. Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Washington Communities Mental Health/Mental Retardation Center , Inc. washcommmhmr Organizational Information Parent Organization none Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Washington Communities MH/MR Center exists to provide eligible Public and Private Consumers with community-based Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment Service while protecting the confidentiality and integrity of each consumer. All Services shall be compassionate,accessible, affordable, and meet or exceed all appropriate professional standards. Washington Communities will strive to teach, support, and encourage the highest possible level of Community life for the adults and children served. History of Organization Washington Communities MH/MR Center has been "Here to Care" since 1968 when it was a one dimensinal agency providing follow-up care to individuals discharged to the community from local State Mental Hospitals. Today, Washington Communities is a multi-service provider incorporated as a Public non-profit with an executive Board of Directors. It is one of three Mental Health Base Service Units (points of entry) in Washington County serving individuals with a variety of mental health issues. It is also the Base Service Unit for individuals with developmental challenges and children and families who need Early Intervention services. Services provided include: Emergency/Crisis Intervention Outpatient Therapy and Medication Management Case Management for MH Children /Adults Support and Service Coordination for the Developmentally Challenged Accreditations and Licenses Licensed by the Department of Public Welfare as an Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic Affiliations Value Behavioral Health of PA. Provider Advisory Council Cameron Wellness Center Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Washington County Mental Health/Mental Retardation Program Managed Care Organizations Commercial Insurances (Limited) Self Payers Contact Information Key Leader(s) Selma Tansey - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Scott A. Berry - BSU Administrative Management and Crisis/Emergency Supervisor Contact Number(s) 724-225-6940 - Main Clinic Number 724-225-6940 - Emergency/Crisis Number 724-229-2580 - Children's Services 724-229-2590 - Blended Case Management 724-229-2620 - Mental Retardation 724-225-6940 - Adult Outpatient Primary Addresses 378 West Chestnut Street Suite 205 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County and Surrounding Areas Available Hours For Appoontments and Walk-Ins:Monday through Friday 8:30Am to 5:00PM Telephone Answers 24/7 How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact the clinic by phone or walking in monday through friday 8:30 am until 5:00 pm and request an intake or assistance. For emergcncy/crisis services contact the clinic by phone or by walking in and identifying that it is an emergency. In the evening utilize the 24 hour crisis response service by contacting the clinic by phone Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Elevator available Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Washington Communities That Care Nancy J Lawson Organizational Information Parent Organization Washington School District Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization To support a community that fosters the healthy development of responsible, self-reliant, compassionate citizens. We believe that all adults in our community share responsibility for nurturing, educating, and supporting our children. History of Organization Washington Communities That Care (WCTC) is a juvenile delinquency prevention process that has been in operation since the fall of 2000. The group consists of Key Leaders, who are influential people of the community that guide and mentor the project. The Community Prevention Board is an array of citizens, agency personnel, educators and others committed to improving the quality of life in the City of Washington community for children and families. The most significant role that WCTC has played in the past several years is to improve the communication between those who serve the people of Washington as well as with those people. We are committed to raising the awareness of community ownership by citizens and empowering them to be the leaders to improve their quality of life. Funding Sources Pennsylvania Commission on Crime & Delinquency. Local Mini-Grants. In-Kind Contact Information Key Leader(s) Dr. Roberta DiLorenzo - Project Director Marjorie King - Co-Chair Carla Dunlap-Spinks - Co-Chair Chrysia Melnyk - Secretary Contact Person(s) Corrie Ulrich - Community Mobilizer Contact Number(s) 724-225-9730 - Telephone E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- General Web Addresses www.washingtonctc.com - Local Office Primary Addresses 1099 Allison Avenue Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area City of Washington and East Washington Service Description Assist in the development of Neighborhood Teams to encourage a sense of community throughout the area. Implement activities for youth as an alternative to substance abuse and juvenile crime through a joint effort of community resources. Conduct a community risk and resource assessment. Implement research-based prevention programming in the community. Available Hours Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Fees/Cost for Services None Eligibility Requirements None Required Documentation None How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact our office at 724-225-9730 or email@example.com Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes Washington County Behavioral Health and Developmental Services BHDS Organizational Information Parent Organization Washington County Board of County Commissioners Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of Washington County BHDS is to enrich the quality of life for persons with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities through a supportive and ongoing network of services. Implicit to this mission is the commitment to serve Mental Health/Intellectually Disabled individuals with respect and dignity at all times. Washington County BHDS provides services and supports to consumers that promote recovery and integration through a collaborative rehabilitation network of professional providers, individuals, families and community driven resources. History of Organization Established by the Pennslvania Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities Act of 1966 Affiliations Member of County Commissioners Association of Pennslvania's (CCAP)Pennsylvania Association of County Administrators of Mental Health and Developmental Services (PACA MH/DS) Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources Pennslvania Department of Public Welfare,Value Behavioral Health and the Washington County Board of County Commissioners Contact Information Key Leader(s) Janice M. Taper - BHDS Administrator Contact Person(s) Vickie J. Amos - Early Intervention Program Coordinator John W. Orndoff - Chief Fiscal Officer Mary Jo Patrick-Hatfield - Mental Health Program Director of Planning, Development and Quality Scott Berry - Mental Health Director of Crisis, Emergency and Disaster Services Perri Linn Greco - Menatl Health Director of Child and Adolescent Services Thomas D. Jones - Developmental Services Program Director Contact Number(s) 724-228-6832 E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses www.co.washington.pa.us - Washington County Web Site Primary Addresses 100 W. Beau Street, Suite 302 Washington, Pa. 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Available Hours Office of BHDS Administrator hours are 8:00AM to 4:30PM. Mental Health Crisis Services are available thru 911 twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Fees/Cost for Services Pennsylvania's Medical Assistance Program, either through a managed care organization or the traditional fee-for-service system, pays for many of these services, when rendered to eligible individuals. People who use services, but are not on Medical Assistance and are without access to other insurance, will be assessed for their ability to pay for services by the county MH/MR office. Eligibility Requirements Must be resident of Washington County and have a mental health disorder and/or be diagnosed as functioning with the Intellectual Disability level of retardation. Required Documentation Intellectual Disability: Must have psychological evaluation by licensed psychologist indicating that individual functions in mental retardation and that disability has occurred prior to age 22. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact service centers at: Centerville Clinic, Inc 1070 Old National Pike Rd. Fredericktown, Pa. 15333 724-632-6801 Southwest Behavioral Care, Inc. 568 Galiffa Drive Denora,Pa. 15033 724-379-1420 Washington Communities MH/MR Center 378 W. Chestnut Street Washington, Pa. 15301 724-225-6940-MH 724-229-2620-MR/Early Intervention Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Administrator's Office is located within handicapped accessible facility Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Washington County Children and Youth Services CYS Organizational Information Parent Organization Washington County Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Working in partnership with the community, Washington County Children and Youth Services is committed to providing the hightest quality of services to ensure that children in Washington County have the opportunity to grow up in a safe, stable, and permanent family, free from the threat of abuse, neglect and exploitation. Accreditations and Licenses Licensed by the PA Department of Public Welfare Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources Federal State Local (County) Contact Information Key Leader(s) Lori Harbert - Administrator Christy Stanek - Deputy Administrator Jackie Forte - Fiscal Director Contact Person(s) Lori Harbert - Administrator Contact Number(s) 724-228-6884 1-888-619-9906 - Toll Free in PA only Web Addresses www.co.washington.pa.us/ Primary Addresses 100 W. Beau Street Suite 502 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Intake and Assessment - receive and investigate allegations of child abuse and neglect Adoption - provides adoption services to children who are legally free and conducts family profiles for individuals and families who want to adopt a child or children. Foster Care - Provides foster care for children who are unable to remain safely in their own homes. Recruits, trains and certifies families who want to become foster parents. Child Protective Services - Provides direct supportive services to children and families to assure children are able to remain safely in their own homes and to assure parents are able to meet the physical, emotional and educational needs of their children. Available Hours Normal office hours 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Emergency services are available 24 hours/day, 365 days a year Fees/Cost for Services none Eligibility Requirements none Required Documentation none How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call agency phone number. In case of emergency call 911. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English, Spanish Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Washington County Department of Human Services Human Services Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The Washington County Department of Human Services has the responsibility to oversee the coordination of the human services system through elimination of service duplication as well as the improvement and development of new services. The department works closely with the private non-profit sector to maximize community resources through utilization of multiple sources of availabe funding. The total Human Service budget is in excess of 90 million dollars with a staff complement of approximately 500 employees. The following programs are coordinated and managed under the Human Services Department: Aging, Children and Youth , Child Care Information Services, Mental Health/Mental Retardation, the County Health Center in addition to Food, Transportation, and Homeless and Housing Assistance Programs. Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources Federal State County Contact Information Key Leader(s) Timothy M. Kimmel - Director Contact Person(s) Jason Bercini Jennifer L. Johnson Contact Number(s) 724.228.6863 - Telephone Number 724.250.6519 - Fax Number E-mail(s) email@example.com Web Addresses www.co.washington.pa.us Primary Addresses 100 West Beau Street Suite 703 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description The following programs are coordinated under the Human Services Department: Aging, Children and Youth, Child Care Information Services, Mental Health/Mental Retardation Services, and the County Health Center in addition to Food, Transportation, and Homeless and Housing Assistance. Available Hours 9 am to 4:30 pm Fees/Cost for Services Free Eligibility Requirements As per program requirements Required Documentation As per program requirements How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call or visit office Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Accessible Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Washington County Department of Veterans Affairs Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The Veterans Affairs office is responsible in assisting veterans and thier dependents in applying for and securing the rights and benefits as established by County, State and Federal regulations. Process, compile and maintain records of death and burial of Washington County deceased wartime veterans and widows/widowers. Provides free flags and emblem markers to organizations that assume responsibility for decorating the graves of deceased veterans each Memorial Day. Accreditations and Licenses Accredited by the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources County Contact Information Key Leader(s) Barry Grimm - Director Contact Person(s) Susan Meighen - Veteran's Affairs Coordinator Contact Number(s) 724-228-6865 - Veteran's Coordinator 724-228-6872 - Fax Number E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Web Addresses http://www.co.washington.pa.us/maindepartment.aspx?menuDept=15 Primary Addresses 100 West Beau Street Suite 703 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Available Hours 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Friday. Fees/Cost for Services Free. Eligibility Requirements Washington County Resident and a veteran with honorable discharge and their family. Required Documentation DD214 (Discharge papers/seperation papers. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Phone Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Washington County Faith in Action Program Organizational Information Parent Organization Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization We provide a volunteer based support service to our neighbors who are older citizens and people with disabilities. We help people stay active within the community and in their own homes. Our volunteers provide non-medical assistance to maintain independent lifestyles. You do not need to be a member of a faith-based congregation to get help from our volunteers. We link seniors and people with disabilities in Washington County with community activities, social services, and health care. Our aim is to make it possible for them to live independently in their own homes, enjoy effective, loving relaitonships with their families, and experience an improved quality of life. History of Organization We have been providing in-home services to older citizens and people with disabilities since July, 1999. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources TRIPIL Services, donations from Coalition Partners, Care Receivers, Volunteers, and local businesses. Fund raisers. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Candace Bernier - Program Director Candace Bernier - Program Director 724-223-5115, ext. 204 none firstname.lastname@example.org Candace Bernier - Program Director 724-223-5115, ext. 204 email@example.com Contact Person(s) Candace Bernier - Program Director Candace Bernier - Program Director 724-223-5115, ext. 204 none firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Number(s) 724-223-5115, ext. 204 - Program Director E-mail(s) email@example.com- Program Director Primary Addresses 69 E. Beau Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Reading or helping to pay bills. Telephone reassurance. Meal preparation Light housekeeping Linkage to available services Transportation Caregiver Relief Supportive Visiting Minor household maintenance Shopping and errands Spirituality nurturing Available Hours 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. You may leave a message Monday - Friday. Fees/Cost for Services None. Donations accepted. Eligibility Requirements Older citizens and people with disabilities in Washington County. Required Documentation None How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Telephone, e-mail or write. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Faith in Action is a Volunteer-based support service that allows older citizens and people with disabilities in Washington County to stay active in the community and in their own homes. Volunteers provide in-home, non-medical services. Volunteers are recruited from congregations and community organizations, and serve mainly from their faith and life experiences. New volunteers attend a training and orientation session of approximately 2 hours. Volunteers serve in their own communities, and choose the services and times they wish to serve. Washington County Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity Washington County Organizational Information Parent Organization Habitat for Humanity International Contact Information Key Leader(s) Laura Karl Vincenti Contact Person(s) Laura Karl Vincenti Contact Number(s) 724-222-4340 - Telephone 724-222-7729 - Fax E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- General Web Addresses www.habitatwashpa.org - local affiliate Primary Addresses 54 W. Wheeling Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Washington County Health Center Organizational Information Parent Organization Washington County Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Provider of rehabilitation, skilled nursing, and long term nursing care services, as well as Adult Day Care services. History of Organization The Health Center dates back to the the early 1800's when it was established as the County's hospital and home. We have been in our present location/facility since 1977, and currently are licensed to serve 288 nursing facility residents and 21 Adult Day Care clients daily. Accreditations and Licenses Licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Pennsylvania Departemnt of Aging. Affiliations Pennsylvania Association of County Affiliated Homes (PACAH) Legal Structure Local Government Funding Sources Medicare Most Health Insurances Private Pay Medicaid Contact Information Key Leader(s) Nancy Shoun-Few - Administrator Lisa Baldi - Director of Nursing Debbie Batley - Director of Social Service/Admissions/Adult Day Care Contact Person(s) Debbie Batley - Director of Social Service/Admissions/Adult Day Care Nancy Shoun-Few - Administrator Contact Number(s) 724.223.7184 - Director of Social Service/Admissions/Adult Day Care 724.223.7198 - Administrator 724.228.5010 - Main Health Center Number E-mail(s) email@example.com Primary Addresses 36 Old Hickory Ridge Road Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Primarily Washington and surrounding counties, but there are no geographic limitations Service Description Long Term Nursing Care Services Adult Day Care Rehabilitation Skilled Nursing Services Available Hours Nursing Home - 24 hours per day every day of the year Adult Day Care - Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to 4:30 PM Fees/Cost for Services Varies by service Eligibility Requirements Per State and Federal guidelines Required Documentation Per State and Federal guidelines How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Contact the Health Center at 724.223.7185 or 724.228.5010 Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Fully handicapped accessible Languages Spoken or Available All as needed Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Volunteer program for teens through adult age group. Washington County Housing Authority Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of the Washington County Housing Authority is to develop, manage, and administer quality housing for low and moderate-income persons and to promote economic growth and quality living environments in our communities. We strive to pursue this mission within the context of limited government resources by providing assistance to our clients (residents) that results in (1) leveraging HUD resources with those of the private sector and other public agencies, (2) efficient program administration, and (3) creative approaches to problem solving. Legal Structure Authority Funding Sources Department of Housing and Urban Development Contact Information Key Leader(s) Stephen K Hall - Executive Director Barbara A Hixenbaugh - Deputy Executive Director Contact Person(s) Pat Kesneck - Section 8 Coordinator Dottie Kesneck - Tenant Selection Supervisor (Public Housing) Contact Number(s) 1-800-224-0034 724-228-6060 E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org Web Addresses www.wacoha.com Primary Addresses 100 Crumrine Tower Franklin Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 243 Second St. California, PA 15419 Click here for a Map of this Location. 100 Franklin St. Crumrine Tower Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 266 Lincoln Ave. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Box 663 Fredericktown, Pa 15377 Click here for a Map of this Location. 110 Galletin Dr. Donora, PA 15033 Click here for a Map of this Location. 518 Dawson St. Canonsburg, PA 15317 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1100 Administration Bldg. Washington , PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 1 Middleland Ave. North Charleroi, PA 15022 Click here for a Map of this Location. 304 Washington St. Bentleyville, PA 15314 Click here for a Map of this Location. 39 N. Main St. Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. 400 W. Main St. Monongahela, PA 15063 Click here for a Map of this Location. 110 Chess Ave. New Eagle, PA 15067 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Public Housing Section 8 Vouchers Available Hours 8:30am to 4:30pm How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments All individuals interested in being on the waiting list for public housing may obtain an application either by calling the main office at 724 228-6060 or by coming to the office in person at 100 Franklin St., Crumrine Tower, Washington, PA 15301. We also have a waiting list for the Section 8 Voucher Program, however, applications are not being taken at the present time. We will publish in the newspaper when we are taking them again. Miscellaneous Information Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Washington County Literacy Council Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization We provide free and confidential one-on-one literacy training to low-level or non-reading adults. This includes improving reading, writing, and math skills as well as English as a Second Language (ESL). Services are available throughout Washington County. History of Organization Washington County Literacy Council has been teaching adults to improve their reading skills for more than twenty years. Affiliations We are affiliated with ProLiteracy America, the National Institute for Literacy and the National Center for Family Literacy. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources We rely on grant funding, the United Way, and private and corporate donations. We currently receive no government funding. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Amy Ross Manko - Executive Director Contact Person(s) Raymond C. Adams - Executive Assistant Contact Number(s) 724-228-6188 - Telephone 724-228-7966 - Fax E-mail(s) WCLC4Literacy@yahoo.com- General email Web Addresses www.wclc4literacy.org - Website Primary Addresses 55 S. College St. Lower Level Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Adult Basic Literacy Education Family Literacy Early Literacy Available Hours Tutoring hours as needed, office hours - Monday thru Friday from 10am to 5pm Fees/Cost for Services All services are free of charge Eligibility Requirements None Required Documentation None How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call the office to schedule an intake screening. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Ramps and elevator, with three handicapped parking spaces in adjacent public parking lot. Languages Spoken or Available Spanish and English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description The organization is almost solely made up of volunteers. We currently need volunteer tutors, Baby Book Bag stuffers, fundraisers and newsletter authors. Washington County Transportation Authority Washington Rides Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of WCTA is to promote and provide high-quality, cost-effective transportation to the citizens of Washington County and surrounding areas as appropriate, especially older adults, persons with disabilities, and economically disadvantaged individuals, including those on Medical Assistance. History of Organization The Washington County Transportation Program was established circa 1982. Until the creation of the Authority in 2001, program adminstration was handled by the County Human Services Department and administered by a broker based in Pittsburgh. Affiliations PA Public Transportation Association Community Transportation Association of America Legal Structure Authority Funding Sources Pennsylvania Bureau of Public Transportation; Department of Public Welfare; Washington County Department of Human Services (HSDF and MATP); SW PA Area Agency on Aging; Washington County MH/MR; Passenger Fares; miscellaneous agency revenue Contact Information Key Leader(s) Sheila J. Gombita - Executive Director Laura J. Atkinson - Assistant Director Contact Person(s) David L. White - Operations Safety & Training Supervisor Tammy Sullivan - Customer Service Manager Heidi Warren - Administrative Manager Alison Lambdin - Scheduler Contact Number(s) 1-800-331-5058 - Toll Free 724-223-8747 - Main Number E-mail(s) email@example.com- General Web Addresses www.washingtonrides.org Primary Addresses 382 West Chestnut Street Suite 108 Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Washington Rides provides transportation service that is Shared-Ride in nature. That means you will likely be riding with others, and that other individuals may be picked up and dropped off before you reach your destination. We try to make sure, in most instances, that no one rides for more than an hour, but the trip may well take longer than if you were going by yourself, and passengers need to plan accordingly. The service provided is Door-to-Door. Many of the vehicles have wheelchair lifts. Passengers who need and request assistance will receive it, between the door of the pick-up point and the door of the destination. Drivers cannot, however, take a wheelchair up or down steps, or provide lifting assistance for passengers. All passengers must be registered with Washington Rides before using our services, and advance reservations are required. Washington Rides Does NOT Provide Emergency transportation or ambulance service. Service in which the distance from the origin to the destination is less than one-quarter mile. Attendants or escorts for passengers. Assistance within a residence. Lifting or carrying assistance. Senior Shared-Ride The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) funds transportation for persons aged 65 and over. Individuals can ride to a senior center near their home or to adult day care at no cost to the passenger. Trips to medical appointments can be made for a minimal fare, and social, recreational, and work trips for a slightly higher charge. Persons aged 60-64 can also ride to a senior center near their homes or an adult day care at no charge. Free trips to senior centers and discounts for medical trips are subsidized by the Southwestern PA Area Agency on Aging. Rural Transportation Program for Persons with Disabilities (PwD Program) PennDOT also sponsors a program similar to Senior Shared-Ride, for persons with disabilities. Anyone with a qualifying disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act can become certified to use this service, and can request a trip for any purpose. A fare is charged to the passenger. The PwD Program cannot be used instead of other available services, such as fixed-route bus service or ADA complementary paratransit. Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP) This service is provided to eligible persons who are in need of assistance in making trips to and from medical providers enrolled in the Medical Assistance Program, for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or for purchasing prescription drugs or medical equipment. The program is funded through the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW). As the MATP provider for Washington County, Washington Rides must offer customers the least expensive and most appropriate form of transportation available. Depending on the individual and the destination, this could be Washington Rides shared-ride service, fixed-route bus service, or reimbursement for mileage in a private vehicle. Determination of the mode is made on a case-by-case basis. Welfare-to-Work Transportation Program For individuals who qualify based on their economic situation, temporary transportation is available through the PennDOT-sponsored Welfare-to-Work Program. Service is provided for trips related to work and child-care, on a temporary basis until more permanent transportation resources can be identified. The local County Assistance Office screens applicants for this program. Veterans Transportation Program This service is provided through a special van for ambulatory veterans who need transportation to the VA Medical Centers in Pittsburgh. Non-ambulatory veterans would likely be eligible for such transportation through one of our other programs or through the VA Medical Centers. General Public Service In addition to all of the agencies and programs that provide funding for transportation services, Washington Rides service is available to the general public. Any member of the public may use the service. The only difference is that the service is not subsidized, and the passenger must pay the full fare, not just a co-payment. Call for details. Available Hours Hours of transportation service are from 6:00 AM until 8:00 PM, Monday through Saturday, for most services. Regular service is not available on Sundays, or on Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day. Fees/Cost for Services Reduced fares are provided to those individuals who are eligible for one of the programs. Fares are based on trip origin and destination. Call for more information. Eligibility Requirements See program descriptions for eligibility requirements. There are no eligibility requirements for the General Public Service. Required Documentation Depending on program, one or more of the following documentation may be required: proof of age, certification of disability, proof of Medical Assistance eligibility, certification of military service, proof of income. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Reservationists are available to schedule trips Monday through Friday, from 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Accessible. Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Washington County Women's Network Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization We are a colobration group of women who come together to honor, support and encourage women in our community. Formed in 1996, we honor women who have overcome obstacles in their lives such as substance Abuse, Victimization both sexual abuse and domestic violence and medical/physical challenges at our annual event the Saturday before Mother's Day at the Washington Crown Center. We share their story in hopes that someone will hear it and be able to change their lives also. That is why our logo is Sunrise and our slogan, Life is Full of Possibilities" was adopted to let women know anything is possible. We also have informational booths/ job employement booths and health related booths there that day so contacts can be made. Our Mission is to recognize women of all ages and walks of life in the community who have overcome barriers to become successful. History of Organization Formed in 1996 by two women who worked in social service agencies: Cindy E. Patterson and Dee Walker. The first event was held in November of 1996. We continue to hold an annual event " A Celebration of Acheivements" the Saturday before Mother's Day at Washington Crown Center. Affiliations We are a collobrative group of women on the committee from different social service agencies, businesses and community members. Legal Structure Unknown Funding Sources In Kind Donations and Private donations. Contact Information Contact Person(s) Barbara J. Mundell O'Hara - Committee Chair Contact Number(s) 724-223-5477 - Samantha Lee, Committee Chair E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org - Committee Chair Web Addresses None Primary Addresses c/o Washington Women's Shelter, Inc. 308 E. Maiden Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and Greene Counties Available Hours NA Fees/Cost for Services NA Eligibility Requirements To be honored as a nominee they have had to overcome an obstacle such as drug/alcohol abuse, sex violence/ domestic violence/ physcial challenge. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments We accept nominations in Jan - March for the awards ceremony. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility NA Languages Spoken or Available NA Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description We can use volunteers to help with our event in May. The Saturday before Mother's Day at the Washington Crown Center. To Help with the event. Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc. WDAC Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of the Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc. (WDAC) is to enrich the quality of life for persons who have experienced problems related to the use or abuse of alcohol and other drugs. This organization will ensure that clients receive the appropriate level of drug/alcohol treatment, while efficiently utilizing various funding sources to help eliminate financial impediments for the client who is seeking drug/alcohol treatment. The case management unit will link clients to appropriate treatment and supportive services. Our primary goal is to be culturally competent in assisting clients to assume a life long plan of recovery that is suitable to his/her individual needs, and to help maintain a network of treatment and prevention opportunities that will provide a seamless system of services to the community. History of Organization Since July, 2002, WDAC has been and an independent non-profit corporation serving as the Single County Authority (SCA) for Washington County. Per our contract with the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs (BDAP)and the Department of Public Welfare (DPW),it is our responsibility to utilize state/federal funding for the provision of a comprehensive system of quality substance abuse treatment, prevention, and intervention services to Washington County residents. Affiliations WDAC contracts with 7 outpatient treatment programs, 14 inpatient rehabs, 16 halfway houses, 2 hospitals, and a methadone clinic fot the provision of substance abuse treatment services. There are 2 contracted agencies for the provision of alcohol and other drug prevention services to our community and local schools. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs Department of Public Welfare Grant oppoortunities Contact Information Key Leader(s) David Blum - Executive Director Melinda Strawn - Chief Fiscal Officer Bobbie Bane - Case Management Supervisor Contact Person(s) Tammy Taylor - Administrative Assistant II Web Addresses www.wdacinc.org Primary Addresses 90 West Chestnut Street Millcraft Building Suite 310T Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County Service Description Intensive case management: Client advocacy and linkage to services in areas of need, such as housing, child care, vocational/educational services, etc. Case management: Screening and assessment for appropriate treatment referral within one week of the first clint contact, determination of appropriate level of care, and referral for treatment. Available Hours Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 4:30PM Fees/Cost for Services Assessments are free of charge. Eligibility Requirements Must be a Washington County resident and be eligible for medical assistance or lack of resources/private insurance to pay for drug and alcohol treatment. Required Documentation Proof of income is required if the client is employed. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Call 724-223-1181 or 800-247-8379 or come to the office to schedule an appointment. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need Yes Volunteer Description Office assistance Washington-Greene Alternative Residential Services, Inc. Washington-Green ARS, Inc. Organizational Information Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization The mission of Washington-Greene ARS, Inc. is to assist each consumer to grow and learn by promoting independence and encouraging relationships to each consumer s satisfaction and also by providing a high quality of care in a healthy environment. History of Organization Washington-Greene ARS, Inc. has been in operation since 1987. ARS provides residential services to mentally challenged adults throughout Washington County. We currently maintain 10 residential facilities, which provide 24-hour supervision for 3-8 residents at each site and an Adult Training Facility which provides services in prevocational development to over 40 individuals. Accreditations and Licenses Licensed by Department of Public Welfare, Department of Health and Area Agency on Aging. Affiliations Pennslyvania Association of Resources for People with Mental Retardation Legal Structure For-profit entity Funding Sources State and Federal Contact Information Key Leader(s) Gregory Pilarski - Director Cynthia M. Peterson - QMRP Supervision Martin L. Ware - President Contact Person(s) Gregory Pilarski - Director Cynthia M. Peterson - QMRP Supervisor Martin L. Ware - President E-mail(s) email@example.com- Gregory Pilarski, Director Primary Addresses 621 N. Main Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 357 E. Maiden Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and Greene Counties Service Description Group homes and Adult Training Facility Available Hours Administration Office 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 pm Eligibility Requirements Must be 18 years of age to reside in the group homes and have mental retardation How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Through the administration office Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Yes Languages Spoken or Available English Speaker Available No Volunteer Use No Volunteer Need No Washington-Greene Counties Weatherization Program Weatherization Program Organizational Information Parent Organization ACTION-Housing, Inc. Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Our Mission To empower people to build more secure and self-sufficient lives through the provision of decent, affordable housing, essential supportive services, asset building programs, and educational and employment opportunities. Our Vision We envision an organization that continues to link its activities with other public, non-profit and private entities in a common effort to address the needs of our clients. We envision an organization that will provide decent, safe and affordable housing for the most vulnerable populations despite their physical, developmental and income limitations. We envision an organization that will be a leader in the design and implementation of innovative technology in the delivery and management of social services. We envision an organization that will develop new programs in the areas of education and workforce development to better serve the needs of the agency's clients. We envision an organization that will maintain a strong, diverse, knowledgeable and involved board of directors that is fully committed to the agency's mission and will be willing to take substantial risks in order to effectively address the problems and needs of our clients. We envision an organization that will maintain and continually build a talented, dedicated, diverse and highly motivated staff that possesses all of the skills required to carry out the agency's mission and is representative of the populations served. We envision an organization that will recognize that the clients we serve are the highest priority in the agency's mission and thus, we will serve them in a comprehensive, holistic and effective manner. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources DOE, LIHEAP Contact Information Key Leader(s) Kenneth M. Provlic Jr. - Administrator Contact Person(s) Kathy L. Schmuck - Assistant Program Administrator Contact Number(s) 724-483-2799 - Fax 724-483-2399 - Telephone 1-800-841-6899 - Telephone E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Administrator email@example.com- Assistant Program Administrator Web Addresses www.actionhousing.org - Corporate Office Primary Addresses 425 6th Ave., Suite 950 Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1819 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses Washington-Greene Counties Weatherization Program 434 Fallowfield Ave. Charleroi, PA 15022 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington and Greene Counties Service Description Weatherization Program Insulation Reglazing of windows Weatherstripping Door sweeps Safety check on heating system. Safety Check on Hot Water Tank Mobile Homes, underbelly insulation Pipe wrap Attic insulation Available Hours 9:00 - 4:00 Weekdays Fees/Cost for Services No Cost to Client Eligibility Requirements Income Eligibility 150% Poverty Level Required Documentation Income Verification and Ownership Verification Application, and latest copies of utility bills. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please call the office and request application. Wesley Spectrum Services WSS Organizational Information Parent Organization Wesley Spectrum Services Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization Our mission is to provide transformational support for children and families as they strive to become more independent, responsible, and caring members of the community History of Organization Wesley Spectrum Services is the result of a merger between Wesley Institute and Spectrum Family Network. Since 1965, the agecny has been providing a myriad of services that include but are not limited to Mental Health and Addiciton Treatment, Enhanced Behavioral Health including Family Based Mental Health, Family Focused Solution Focused Therapy, Autism Treatment, Education Services incuding Acute Partial Care and Approved Private Schools, In-Home Services, Shelter Services, Foster Care and Adoption Services. Mission Values - Wesley Spectrum Services Believes that The Organization's Purpose is to Serve: Wesley Spectrum Services intentionally balances serving and leading in ways that provide the greatest opportunity to advance mission and impact the community. Children and Families are at the Center of Decision Making: At the foundation of every decision is the question: What is in the best interest of each child and family we serve? Every Person is Valuable: Every individual is valuable and will be treated with dignity and respect in a caring environment for those we serve and those that serve the organization. Every Person has Strengths: Acquiring life long skills leading to real and sustainable change begins with identifying and developing a person's strengths and talents. Knowledge and Timely Access to Resources is Vital: An individual needs to be aware of and have timely access to resources that meet their needs. Children and Families Should be Heard: In partnership with families, Wesley Spectrum Services has a responsibility to be a committed and credible voice to remove those barriers which limit the potential of the children and families. Partnerships are Essential to our Success: Advancing Wesley Spectrum Services mission requires a holistic approach to service that is only made possible through the creation of partnerships and alliances with other community resources. Accreditations and Licenses Accredited by the Council on Accredidation (COA) Lisenced by the State of Pennsylvania for Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Services. Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources Wesley Spectrum Services welcomes Donations and Grants in addition to Medical Assistance (VBH and CCBH) and some private insurances (please call for information). Wesley Spectrum Services also works with Washington County to provide funding for those who lack insurance. Contact Information Key Leader(s) Doug Muetzel - CEO Contact Person(s) Rachel Nash - Assistant Director - Outpatient Services Contact Number(s) 724-222-7500 - Washington Office - 412-831-9390 - Corporate Office E-mail(s) firstname.lastname@example.org- Rachel Nash, Assistant Director email@example.com- CEO and project director Web Addresses www.wesleyspectrum.org - Wesley Spectrum Services Primary Addresses 241 Johnston Road Pittsburgh, PA 15241 Click here for a Map of this Location. Additional Addresses 26 South Main Street Washington, PA 15301 Click here for a Map of this Location. Service Information Service Area Washington County and surrounding counties including Allegheny, Beaver, Westmoreland and Sommerset Counties. Service Description Drug and Alcohol / Addiction Treatment; Mental Health Therapy; Co-occuring Services; Assessment and Psychiatric Services; Foster Care and Adoption Services; In-Home Counseling. See below for more specific details IN-HOME FAMILY COUNSELING Foster care and family transition services. Partial Hospitalization Mental Health and Substance Abuse Therapy Services as well as Co-occurring Services for Adults Outpatient services for Drug and Alcohol clients Outpatient services for adolescents with co-occurring disorders. Case management services for co-occurring clients. Intensive outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Therapy Services as well as Co-occurring Services for Adults and Adolescents Outpatient Therapy for MENTAL HEALTH, SUBSTANCE ABUSE as well as CO-OCCURING Services for Adults and Adolescents Intensive outpatient services for drug and alcohol clients Available Hours Monday through Thursday 8AM-8PM Friday 8AM -4PM Fees/Cost for Services Insurances typically cover most costs. Psychiatric Evaluation $175 PCPC/ASAM $75 Diagnostic evaluation $130 Individual psychotherapy $90 Family psychotherapy $$70 Group $45 Medication check $50 Partial/Intensive Outpatient group $30 Case Management $25 Eligibility Requirements For outpatient and Partial Hospital Services an asessment will be completed to determine the appropriate level of treatment. Please bring a copy of your insurance. In-Home Services are coordinated through Washington County CYF. Please call 724-222-7500 for details or questions regarding any of our services. Required Documentation Insurance information is needed. When possible, WSS will work with persons who do not have insurance to acquire funding. How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments Please stop in or call us at 724-222-7500. Miscellaneous Information Handicap Accessibility Our office is Handicap Accessible. Languages Spoken or Available English and Spanish Speaker Available Yes Volunteer Use Yes Volunteer Need No Volunteer Description Volunteers are welcome and coordinated through our corporate office. Please call 412-831-9390 for details.