Greene County Find Out
Resource Directory
08/17/18


Foreword

Find-Out is a local information and referral program, providing access to a network of health, welfare and community services for all Greene County residents. This program is a component of Greene County Human Services Department and has been answering the phone lines since 1985.

The Find-Out office is located in the Fort Jackson Building, at 19 South Washington Street, in Waynesburg, Pa. 15370.
Consumers may call and speak with the Information Specialist, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., at 724.852.1943 or 800.433.1943.

Also, Greene County Find-Out is accessible from the Internet, at: www.greenefindout.org
Find-Out was created to link people needing help or information with the agencies that might offer assistance. This service is free and confidential. In all communities, finding the appropriate services can be difficult. The goal of this program is to remove those barriers and link people with the appropriate information and resources.

Table Of Contents

Number of Search Results: 1001

2nd Sam 9 Inc.
AARP, PA Office
ABATE
Academy for Adolescent Health, Inc.
Acoustic Neuroma Association
Action Housing, Inc.
ACTS
Ad Weekly
ADA Information Line
Adagio Health
Adoption Council, Three Rivers
Adoption Exchange, PA Hotline
Adoption Registry, PA
Adult and Juvenile Probation Offices
Adult Developmental Training
Adult Education Center
Adult Training Facility
Advantage Credit Counseling Service
AgChoice Farm Credit
AgrAbility
AHEDD
AIDS Planning Coalition, Southwestern PA
AIDS, Pittsburgh Task Force
Airport, Greene County
Al-Anon
Alcoholics Anonymous
Aleppo Brethren Church
Aleppo Township
Alert PA
AlertOne Services Inc.
Allegheny Partners for Out-of-School Time
Alliance Health Wraparound
Alternative Residential Services,Wash/Gr
Alzheimer Disease Research Center
Alzheimer's Association/ Greater Pennsylvania Chapter
Alzheimer's Support Group, Greene County
Amedisys Hospice
American Cancer Society
American Civil Liberties Union
American Diabetes Association
American Heart Association and American Stroke Association
American Legion Post #330
American Legion Post #400
American Legion Post #816
American Legion Post #954
American Legion Post #992
American Liver Foundation
American Lung Association of Pennsylvania
American Medical Association
American Red Cross of Southwestern Pennsylvania
American Stroke Association
AmeriCorps
AmeriCorps VISTA Program
AMI, Inc. of Washington County
Amnesty International (Pbg., Group 39)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association of W. PA
Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic
Another Way, Inc.
Appliance Pickup Program
Apprenticeship and Training, Bureau of
APPRISE
ARC of W PA
ARC, Greene
Area Agency on Aging, Greene County Office
Art Institute of Pittsburgh
Arthritis Foundation Western Pennsylvania
Assessment Office, Greene County
Audiology and Speech Pathology, VAMC
Autism Society of Pgh. Inc
Automated Health Systems
Avis Arbor
AXIOM Family Counseling Services, Inc.
Back In Action Chiropractic Health Center
Bair Foundation of Pennsylvania
Baptist Homes of W. PA
Bar Association, Greene County
Bates Fork Baptist Church
Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, WVU Dept. of
Bethany Christian Services of W. PA
Bethany United Methodist Church
Bethlehem Baptist Church, Ruff Creek
Better Business Bureau of W. PA
Beulah Baptist Church
Bidwell Training Center
Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Washington/Greene Counties
Black Lung Office
Blacksville Baptist Church
Blind & Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh
Blind Association, Washington-Greene
Blind Outdoor Leisure Development, W. PA
Blindness & Visual Services, Bureau of
Blindness & Visual Services, District
Blueprints
Boating, Bureau of
Bobtown & Mt. Calvary United Methodist Charge
Bobtown Elementary School
Bobtown Rod and Gun Club
Bobtown Senior Center
Bobtown Shannopin Civic Club
Bobtown Volunteer Fire Company
Bower Hill Braillists Foundation
Bowlby Public Library
Boy Scouts of America, Greene County
Braden Run Animal Hospital
Bradford School
Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania
Braun's Personal Care Home
Bridge Department, Greene County
Bridge Street Commons
Bristoria Baptist Church
Bureau of Autism Services
Bureau of District Mining Operations
Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement
Bureau of Oil and Gas Management
California University Speech & Hearing Clinic
Call Before You Dig Hotline
Calvary Baptist Church, Lippencott
Cancer Center
Cancer Information and Referral Service
CARE Center, SPHS Washington County
CARE Center, SPHS, Greene County
Care Management Services, Older Adults
Caring Connections
Carmichaels Area Junior/Senior High School
Carmichaels Activity Center
Carmichaels Arbors
Carmichaels Area Elementary Center
Carmichaels Area Women's Civic Club
Carmichaels Borough
Carmichaels Borough Police Department
Carmichaels Clinic
Carmichaels/Cumberland Township Volunteer Fire Company
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Foundation Center
Casey, Robert P., Jr. , U.S. Senator
Cash Assistance Program
Catholic Charities of Greene County
Catnip Acres
CBM Ministries of S. W. PA
Cedarwood Apartments
Center For Hearing and Deaf Services
Center for Organ Recovery & Education
Center for Professional Development
Center for Research and Economic Development
Center for the Performing Arts
Center Township
Center Township Volunteer Fire Company
Centerville Clinics Mental Health
Centerville Clinics, ICM/RC
Centerville Clinics, Inc.
Centerville Clinics, Inc./Bentleyville Office
Centerville Clinics, Inc./California Office
Centerville Clinics, Inc./Fairchance Office
Centerville Clinics, Inc./Republic Office
Centerville Clinics, Inc./Waynesburg Drs. Office
Centerville Clinics, Washington (Behavioral Healthcare Center)
Centerville Clinics, Washington (Medical/Dental)
Central Greene School District
Central Tax Bureau
Chamber of Commerce, Carmichaels
Chamber of Commerce, Waynesburg Area
Charitable Organizations, Bureau of
Cherry Door
Chestnut Ridge Center--Mental Health Services
Child & Adolescent Service Systems Program
Child Alert, Intermediate Unit 1 / Coal Center
Child Alert, Intermediate Unit 1 / Rices Landing
Child Alert, Intermediate Unit 1 / Sycamore
Child Alert, Intermediate Unit 1 / Waynesburg
Child Care Information Services
Child Development, Klingberg Center
Child Development, Western Region
Child Find of America, Inc.
Child Support Enforcement, Bureau of
Childline and Abuse Registry
Children & Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Children and Youth Services, Greene Co.
Children's Health Insurance Program
Children's Health Insurance Program (Aetna)
Children's Health Insurance Program (Highmark)
Children's Health Insurance Program (Unison Kids)
Children's Health Insurance Program (UPMC Health Plan)
Children's Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Children's Hospital, WVU
Children's Institute of Pittsburgh
Children's Rights
Children, Youth and Families, Office of
Christian Sandbox
Chronic Renal Disease Program
Church of Christ
Church of God
Church of God of Prophecy
Citizens Library
City Mission, Washington
Civic Organization for Community Outgrowth
Civil Service Commission, PA
Clarksville Borough
Clarksville Christian Church
Clarksville Lions Club Community Center
Clarksville Missionary Church
Clarksville Volunteer Fire Company
Claughton Chapel United Methodist Church
Clay-Battelle Health Services Association
Cleft Palate Foundation
Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Center
Clerk of Courts, Greene County
Client Assistance Program
Client Security Fund
Clinical Psychology Center
Columbia Gas
Commercial Driver License
Commission for Women
Commissioner's Office, Greene County
Commissions, Elections, and Legislation, Bureau of
Communication Disorders and Sensory Impairments
Community Action Association of Pennsylvania
Community Action Southwest, Greene Co.
Community College of Allegheny County
Community Foundation of Greene County
Community Medical & Dental Plaza
Community Psychiatric Center
Community Residential Facility
Community Service Work
Community Support Program
Compassionate Friends, Southwestern Pennsylvania
Connect Information Service
Connect, Inc. - Permanent Supportive Housing Program
Conservation District, Greene County
Consult Line
Consumer Advocate, Office of
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of W PA
Consumer Family Satisfaction Team
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Consumer Protection, Bureau of
Consumer Satisfaction Team Alliance of Pennsylvania
Consumer Services, Bureau of (PUC)
Controllers' Office, Greene County
Cooley's Anemia Program
Corner Cupboard Food Bank
Cornerstone Care Central Greene Pediatrics
Cornerstone Care, Greensboro
Cornerstone Care, Rogersville
Cornerstone Care, Waynesburg Dental & Counseling Center
Cornerstone Covenant Church
Cornerstone Genealogical Society
Coroner, Greene County
Corporation Bureau
Council on Compulsive Gambling of PA, Inc.
Counseling/Vonnie Teagarden
County Assistance Office, Greene
County Prison, Greene
Court of Common Pleas, 13th District,Gr.
Crabapple Community Church
Credit Union, Frick Tri-County Federal
Crisis Pregnancy Center
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
Crossroads Speech & Hearing
Crucible Volunteer Fire Company
Cumberland Township
Cumberland Township Community Development Program
Cumberland Township Police Department
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, W. PA Chapter
Cystic Fibrosis Program
Daughters of the American Revolution
Dean Institute of Technology
Democratic Committee of Greene County
Dental Association, Pennsylvania
Dental Care, Dr. Toothman
Dental Care/Family Dental Practice
Dental Clinic, West Virginia University
Dental Service, VAMC
Dental Society of W. PA
Department of Community and Economic Development
Department of Economic Development, Greene County
Department of Environmental Protection, PA
Department of Health, Greene County State Health Center
DePaul School for Hearing and Speech
Diabetes Center, WVU
Disability Connection
Disability Determination, Bureau of
Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania
Disabled American Vets
Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of PA, Dist. IV
District Attorney, Greene County
Do Not Call List
Do Not Call Registry, National
Dog Law Enforcement Office
Dog Law Enforcement, Greene County
Dog Law Enforcement, Region IV
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library
Domestic Relations, Greene County Office
Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA
Domiciliary Care Program
Douglas Education Center
Down Syndrome Center of Western PA
Drug and Alcohol, Greene County
DUI Department, Greene County
Dunkard Township
Eagles Club
Early Care and Education
Early Head Start
Early Intervention Program
Earned Income Tax Credit Program
East Bethlehem Baptist Church
Easter Seal Society
Education Law Center, Inc.
Educational Opportunity Center
Elder Abuse Hotline
Eldercare Adult Day Services, Greene County
Eldercare Locator
Election and Registration, Greene County
Elks Home Service Program, PA
Emergency Management, Greene County Dept. of
EMS Southwest
Engineering District 12-0
English as Second Language
Environmental Council, Pennsylvania (Western Regional Office)
Environmental Protection Agency Tip Line
Environmental Protection Department of, Pittsburgh Regional
Epilepsy Foundation of W. PA
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Equitable Gas
Everest Institute
Ewing Manor Personal Care Home
Ewing Manor West
Eye Institute, WVU
EyeCare America
Fairall United Methodist Church
Fairgrounds, Greene County
Fairview United Methodist Church
Faith Baptist Church
Family Based Services (Pressley Ridge)
Family Behavioral Resources
Family Caregiver Support Program
Family Literacy Program
Family Medicine
Family Resource Parenting WARMLINE
FamilyLinks (Pittsburgh)
Farm Service Agency
Fayette County Area Vocational School
Fayette Institute of Commerce & Technology
Federal Citizen Information Center
Federal Communications Commission
First Assembly of God (Waynesburg)
First Baptist Church of Carmichaels
First Baptist Church of Dunkard
First Baptist Church of Waynesburg
First Christian Church, Carmichaels
First Christian Church, Waynesburg
First Presbyterian Church
First United Methodist Church of Carmichaels
First United Methodist Church of Waynesburg
Fish and Boat Commission
Flenniken Public Library
Food & Drug Administration
Food Pantry, Aleppo-Richhill Townships
Food Pantry, Center Township
Food Pantry, Cumberland Township
Food Pantry, Dunkard Township
Food Pantry, Franklin Township/Wbg. Boro
Food Pantry, Jackson Township
Food Pantry, Jefferson-Morgan Townships
Food Pantry, Monongahela-Greene Townships
Food Pantry, Springhill-Freeport Townships
Food Pantry, Wayne Township
Food Pantry, Whiteley-Perry Township
Forestry, Bureau of (District #4)
Foster Grandparent Program
Foundation for Wellness
Franklin Township
Free Methodist Church
Freeport Township
Gamblers Anonymous
Game Commission
Gate House
Gateway Health Plan, Inc
Gateway Rehab School- & Community-Based Prevention Services
Genealogical Library, Greene County Historical Society
Genesis of Pittsburgh, Inc.
Genetic Services Program
Gentiva Hospice
Gilmore Township
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania
Golden Living Center
Good Neighbor's Lunch
Good Samaritan Personal Care Home
Goodwill Industries, Inc.
Grandparenting Program
Grange, Carmichaels #1389
Grange, East Franklin #1709
Grange, Harveys-Aleppo #1444
Grange, Pennsylvania State
Gray Township
Graysville Elementary School
Graysville Volunteer Fire Company
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
Greater Pittsburgh Convention & Visitors Bureau
Greenbriar Treatment System
Greene Academy of Art
Greene CARES
Greene Community Church
Greene County 911 Center
Greene County Association of School Retirees
Greene County Association of Township Officials
Greene County Career & Technology Center
Greene County Farm Bureau
Greene County Fireman's Association
Greene County Homeschool Group
Greene County Industrial Development Authority
Greene County Industrial Development Corporation
Greene County Library System
Greene County Medical Plaza
Greene County Messenger
Greene County Primary Care
Greene County State Health Center
Greene County Youth Soccer
Greene Township
Greene Valley Church of God
Greene Valley Presbyterian Church
Greenery Specialty Care Center of Canonsburg
GreeneSaver
GreeneSpeak
Greensboro Baptist Church
Greensboro Borough
Greensboro Presbyterian Church
Greensboro/Mon. Township Volunteer Fire Company
Growing Up Greene Learning Center
Guillain-Barre Syndrome/Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy
Habitat for Humanity, Greene County
Haney's Personal Care Home
Head Start
Head Start, Bentleyville Center
Head Start, Beth Center
Head Start, Canonsburg, Center
Head Start, Carmichaels Center
Head Start, Donora Center
Head Start, Dry Tavern
Head Start, Penn Pitt Center (Greensboro)
Head Start, Washington
Head Start, Washington Park
Head Start, Waynesburg
Health Center, Washington County
Health Department -- Bureau of Community Health
Health Hotline, State
HealthSouth MountainView Regional Rehabilitation Hospital
Healthy Baby Helpline
Healthy Begininings
Healthy Beginnings Plus
Healthy Horizons
Healthy Lungs of PA
Healthy Start House
Healthy Woman Program
Hear Now Program
Hearing and Speech Program
Hearing Society International
Hearings and Appeals, Bureau of
Heart 'N Sole Program
Helpline, Allegheny County
Hemophilia Center of Western Pennsylvania
Hemophilia Program
Hershey School
Hewitt Presbyterian Church
Hidden Treasures, Canonsburg
Hidden Treasures, Donora
Hidden Treasures, Washington
Hidden Treasures, Waynesburg (CURRENTLY CLOSED)
Highland House, Inc.
Hill-Burton
Hiram G. Andrews Center
Historical Society and Museum, Greene County
HIV/ AIDS Epidemiology
Holy Family Catholic Church
Home Performance Coalition
Homeless Prevention Rapid Re-Housing Program
Homeowners Mortgage Assistance Program
Hospice Care of Washington Hospital
Hospice Care of Washington Hospital (Waynesburg)
Hotline, Butterball Turkey Talk-Line
Hotline, Consumer Protection
Hotline, Lyme Disease
Hotline, National Pesticide Information Center
Hotline, USDA Meat & Poultry
Hotline, Utility Complaints
Housing Authority, Greene County
Housing Authority, Washington County
Housing Programs, Greene County
HUD
Human Resources, Greene County
Human Services, Department of
Human Services, Greene County
Humane Society of Greene County
Humane Society of Washington County
Huntington's Disease Society, W. PA
Independent Living Program
InMotion Dance and Fitness
Insurance, Department of
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Interfaith Hospitality Network
Interim Healthcare
Intermediate Unit 1
Intermediate Unit 1, Greene Service Off.
Internal Revenue Service
International Theos Foundation, Inc.
Internet Essentials
Into New Hands
InVisions Human Services
Izaak Walton League of America
Jackson Township
Jason Foundation, The
Jefferson Baptist Church
Jefferson Borough
Jefferson Church of the Nazarene
Jefferson Senior Center
Jefferson Township
Jefferson United Methodist Church
Jefferson Volunteer Fire Company
Jefferson-Morgan Elementary School
Jefferson-Morgan Junior/Senior High School
Jen and Dave Line
Job Corps
Job Training Agency, Donora
Job Training Agency, Greene County
Job Training Agency, Washington County
Joseph A. Yablonski Memorial Clinic
Journey
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Western Pennsylvania Chapter
Kaleidoscope Therapy Center
Kaplan Career Institute
Keystone STARS
Kid's Cafe II
King Coal Association
Kinship Caregiver Program
Knights of Columbus
Labor and Industry, Department of
Labor Law Compliance, Bureau of (Regional)
Labor Relations Board, Pennsylvania
Landmark Baptist Church
Laurel Business Institute
Law Library, Greene County
Lawyer Referral Service, Greene Co.
Lawyer Referral Service, PA
Legal Services for the Elderly
Legal Services, Southwestern PA
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library, Waynesburg University
LICC
Life'sWork of Western PA
Lifesteps, Inc.
Lighthouse Church
Link Up America/Lifeline
Lions Club of Carmichaels
Lions Club of Clarksville
Lions Club of Mt. Morris
Lions Club of Waynesburg
Lions Club of West Greene
Literacy Council of Southwestern PA
Locks of Love
Lupus Foundation of America, PA
M.A.G.I.C.
Macedonia Interdenominational Church
MADD National Office
MADD Pennsylvania State Office
Magisterial District 13-3-01
Magisterial District 13-3-02
Magisterial District 13-3-03
Maintenance District 12-2
Maintenance, Greene County
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Western PA
Mapletown Junior/Senior High School
Maranatha Baptist Church
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation
Margaret Bell Miller Middle School
Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center
Mather Christian Church
McDaniels Person Care Home
Median School of Allied Health Careers
Mediation Council of W. PA
Mediation, Bureau of
Medical Assistance Program
Medical Eye Bank of W. PA
Medical Society, Greene County
Medicare
Megan's Law
Mental Health Association
Mental Health Program, Greene County
Mental Illness & Substance Abuse
Mid-Atlantic ADA Center
Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association
Military Order of the Purple Heart
Mine Safety and Health Administration
Mine Safety, Bureau of
Mine Subsidence Insurance
Mining and Reclamation, Bureau of
Mining Technology and Training Center
Ministerium, Carmichaels Area
Ministerium, Greater Waynesburg
Ministerium, Jefferson-Morgan Area
Mon General Hospital
Mon Valley Career and Technical Center
Mon View Park
Monongahela Township
Monongahela United Methodist Parish
Morgan Township
Morris Township
Morris Township Volunteer Fire Company
Motorcycle Safety Program
Mountain Line Grey Line
Mountain View Gardens
Mt. Morris Gospel Tabernacle
Mt. Morris Medical Squad
Mt. Morris Senior Center
Mt. Morris United Methodist Church
Mt. Morris Volunteer Fire Company
Mt. Morris Welcome Center
Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church
Multiple Sclerosis Service Society Division of UCP/CLASS
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Museum, Paul R. Stewart
Myasthenia Gravis Association of W. PA, Inc.
NAACP
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Southwestern PA
Nanny's Creative Learning Center
Narcotics Anonymous
Nathanael Greene Historical Foundation
National Association For Continence
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
National Guard, Pennsylvania
National Health Information Center
National Kidney Foundation of Western Pennsylvania
National Labor Relations Board
National Lead Information Center
National Library Service for the Blind & Physically Handicap
National Multiple Sclerosis Society,Western Pennsylvania Chapter
National Organization for Rare Disorders
National Runaway Switchboard
National Stroke Association
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Natural Resources Conservation Service
Nebo United Methodist
Needy Meds
NeighborhoodWorks Western Pennsylvania
Nemacolin Volunteer Fire Company
Network 4
New Freeport Church of Christ
New Freeport Volunteer Fire Company
New Hope United Methodist Charge
NHS Human Services
Nine to Five, National Association of Working Women
Nurse Aide Registry, PA
Nursing Board, PA
Nursing Home Transition Program
Oak View United Methodist Church
Observer Reporter
Obsessive Compulsive Foundation, W PA
Obstetrics and Gynecology, WVU
Occupational Medicine Center
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Office of Developmental Programs
Office of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services
Open Arms Drop In Center
Open Door Christian School
Our Caring Corner
Our Lady of Consolation, Nemacolin
P.A.C.E.(Pharmaceutical Asst. Contract for Elderly)
PA Cleanways of Greene County
PA Crime Stoppers
PA Enrollment Services
PA Families Inc.
PA Federation of Democratic Women
PA Legal Services Corporation
PAIR
PALawHELP
Paralyzed Veterans of America, Keystone Chapter
Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania, SW Region
Park View Knoll
Parkinson Foundation of Western Pennyslvania
Parks and Pools, Greene County
Partial Hospitalization Program
Partnership for Prescription Assistance
Pathways of Southwestern PA, Inc.(Greene County site)
PAWS with a Cause
Payroll, Greene County
PDA Waiver Program
Peace Corps Recruiting Office
PEAL Center
Pediatric Center (a division of OSPTA)
Pediatric Rehabilitation Program
Penn Commercial Inc.
Penn State Cooperative Extension, Greene
PennDOT Photo & Exam Center
PennSERVE
Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation
Pennsylvania Cancer Control Consortium
Pennsylvania CareerLink Washington County
Pennsylvania CareerLink Greene County
Pennsylvania Farm Bureau
Pennsylvania Food Safety/Restaurant Inspection
Pennsylvania Health Law Project
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency
Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology (PIHT)
Pennsylvania Medical Society
Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers' Association
Pennsylvania Organization for Women in Early Recovery
Pennsylvania Public Health & Addictions Information Clearinghouse
Pennsylvania Rheumatology Society
Pennsylvania SeniorLAW Helpline
Pennsylvania State Police, Waynesburg
Pennsylvania Turnpike
Pennsylvania's Education for Children & Youth Experiencing Homelessness
Pension Rights Center
Peoples Natural Gas Company
Perry Township
Persad Center, Inc.
Personal Care at Evergreen in Waynesburg
Personal Care Home Directory (Greene County)
Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics
Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science
Pittsburgh Steelwheelers, Inc.
Pittsburgh Technical Institute
Pittsburgh Technical Institute (North Fayette Campus)
Planned Parenthood of W PA
Poison Center, Pittsburgh
Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation
Post - Polio Health International
Pre-K Counts
Precious Moments Personal Care Home
Presbyterian SeniorCare of Washington
Preschool, St. Ann's Catholic Church
Pressley Ridge, Family-Based Services Washington & Greene counties
Primary Care Center of Mt. Morris, Inc.
Produce to People
Professional & Occupational Affairs, Bureau of
Project Star
Protective Services for the Elderly
Prothonotary, Greene County
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
Psychological Services, VAMC
Public Defender, Greene County
Pulmonary Lab and Coal Workers Program
Pursley Baptist Church
Pyramid Healthcare
Quitline
Radio Information Service
Rainbow's End Learning Center, Inc.
Recycling Hotline
Recycling, Greene Arc
Recycling, Greene County
Reformers Unanimous Addictions Program
Register and Recorder, Greene County
Renovate and Repair Loan Program
Rent Rebate/Property Tax Program
Reporters Court, Greene County
Republican Committee of Greene County
Residential Recovery Services
Resolve --Western PA Helpline
Respi Center West Personal Care Home
Respite Services for Adolescents
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
Revenue, PA Dept. of
Rices Landing Borough
Rices Landing United Methodist Church
Rices Landing Volunteer Fire Company
Richhill Township
Richhill Township Volunteer Fire Company
Riding for the Handicapped of W. PA
Rolling Meadows
Rolling Meadows Church of God
Ronald Mc Donald House Charities of Pittsburgh
Rosedale Technical Institute
Roselia Center
Rotary Club of Waynesburg
Ruby Memorial Hospital
Rural Development
Ryerson South Wheeling Baptist Church
Ryerson Station State Park
S.I.D.S. of Pennsylvania
S.T.T.A.R.S. Program, SPHS CARE
Sacred Heart Activities Building
Safe Haven
SafeLink Wireless
Safety Kids, Inc.
Salvation Army, Greene County Service Unit
Sand Hill Church of Christ
Sanford-Brown Institute
Scenic View Retirement Home
School Transportation Services, I.U.
Scleroderma Foundation, W PA
SCORE (Pittsburgh Chapter)
SCORE (Uniontown Chapter)
Self-Determination Housing Project of Pennsylvania, Inc.
Senior Centers, Greene County
Senior Community Service Employment Program
Senior Services-Intake & Referral Unit
SeniorLIFE, Uniontown Office
Seniors for Safe Driving
Servant Song Ministries
Shepherd Wellness Community
Sheriff, Greene County
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shriners Hospitals for Children
Sjogren's Syndrome Foundation
Skill Builders, Inc.
Small Business Administration Publications
Small Business Development Center
Small Business Hotline, EPA
Snyder, Pam (State Representative)
Social Security Administration
Social Security Fraud Hotline
Social Services League
Sojourner House
Solicitor, Greene County
Solid Waste/Recycling, Greene County
Sons of the American Revolution
Southeastern Greene School District
Southeastern Greene Women's Club
SouthernCare, Inc.
Southwest Regional Medical Center
Southwest Regional Tax Bureau
Southwest Training Services, Inc. of Washington
Southwest Training Services, Inc. of Waynesburg
Southwestern Home Care
Southwestern Pa Human Services, Inc.
Southwestern PA Legal Services, Inc
Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission
Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission's CommuteInfo Program
Southwestern Pennsylvania Judo
Southwestern Pennsylvania Woodland Owners Association
Southwood Family Based Mental Health Services
Southwood Psychiatric Hospital
Special Education in PA--ConsultLine
Special Events Commission
Special Kids Network
Special Olympics, Greene County
Speech to Speech Relay
SPHS CARE Center STTARS Program
Spina Bifida Association of W. PA
SPOC (Single Point of Contact Program)
Sportsmans Club, Carmichaels
Sportsmans Club, Richhill
Spraggs & Brave United Methodist Church
Springhill Township
Springhill-Freeport Elementary School
SRMC Center for Recovery and Wellness
SRMC Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center
St. Ann Roman Catholic Church
St. George Serbian Orthodox Church
St. George's Anglican Church
St. Hugh Roman Catholic Church
St. Ignatius Catholic Church
St. Marcellus Church
St. Mary's Catholic Church
St. Oliver Plunkett Catholic Church
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
St. Thomas Catholic Church
Stanley Center, Innovative Treatment of Bi-Polar Disorder
State Blind Pension
State Civil Service, Western Region
State Correctional Institution, Greene
State Employees' Retirement System
State Health Data Center
State Worker's Insurance Fund, PA
Stepping Stones
Steps Inside, Inc.
Stern Center for Developmental and Behavioral Health
Student Assistance Program
Suburban Academy of Law Enforcement
Sugar Grove Baptist Church
Sugar Grove Union Bible Church
SUID/SIDS Resource Center.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Supported Employment
Sustaining Greene County
SW PA Area Agency on Aging
TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)
Tax Claim Bureau, Greene County
TEC: Transitional Employment Consultants
Telecommunication Device Distribution Program
Three Rivers Center for Independent Living
Threshold Housing Development, Inc.
Throckmorton United Methodist Church
Tickets for Kids Charities
Tobacco Prevention/Greene County Human Services
Toomey, Patrick J., U.S. Senator
TOPS/Take Off Pounds Sensibly (Bowlby Public Library)
TOPS/Take Off Pounds Sensibly (Carmichaels)
TOPS/Take Off Pounds Sensibly (Rolling Meadows Church of God)
Tourist Promotion, Greene County Office of
Tourist Promotion, Washington County
Town and Country Garden Club of Rices Landing
Traffic Injury Prevention Project
Transplant Recipient's International Organization
Transportation Loan Program
Transportation, Greene County
Transportation, Pennsylvania Department of
Treasurer's Office, Greene County
Trevor Project
Tri-County Leathernecks, Greene County
Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living (Washington)
Triangle Tech
Trinity Baptist Church
Try Again Homes, Inc.
Turning Point at Washington
Tutoring Program, Bowlby Public Library
Twentieth Century Club
UMWA Career Center
Unemployment Center, Greene County
Uniontown Hospital
United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation
United Ostomy Association
United Way, Greene County
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan (CHIP)
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine
UPMC for You
Upward Bound Program
Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh, Inc.(Hunger Services)
Utility Terminations Hotline
VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, Oakland
VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, Washington Outpatient Center
VA Progressive Care Center, H. John Heinz III
Value Behavioral Health of PA
Value Behavioral Health of Pennsylvania, Inc. (Greene Co. office)
Value Ombudsman for Health Choices Participants
Veterans Affairs Office, Greene County
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3491
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 4793
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 6303
Victim's Compensation Program, Office of Victims' Services
Victim/Witness Assistance Office
Visions
Visit PA
Visit Pittsburgh
Vital Statistics, Bureau of
Vocational Rehabilitation, PA Office of (Greene County)
Vocational Rehabilitation, PA Office of (Washington County)
Vocational Training Center
Wage and Hour Division
Wana B Park
WANB
Warrior Trail Association
Washington Hospital
Washington Street United Methodist Church
Washington Township
Washington-Greene County Blind Association
Watson Institute
Wayne Township
Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Company
Waynesburg Bible Chapel
Waynesburg Borough
Waynesburg Borough Police
Waynesburg Central Elementary School
Waynesburg Community Center
Waynesburg First Church of the Nazarene
Waynesburg First United Methodist Church
Waynesburg House Apartments
Waynesburg Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church
Waynesburg Prosperous & Beautiful
Waynesburg University
Waynesburg University Center for Service Leadership
Waynesburg Washington Street United Methodist Church
Waynesburg Women's Club
Waynesburg-Franklin Township Volunteer Fire Company
Weatherization Program/Wash. & Greene Co.
Weight Watchers
Weights and Measures, Greene County
Welfare Fraud
Welfare Helpline
West Greene Middle/High School
West Greene School District
West Greene Senior Center
West Penn Power--Universal Service Programs
West Union Presbyterian Church
West Waynesburg Jesus Distributor Center
Western Area Vocational Technical School
Western PA School for Blind Children
Western PA School for the Deaf
Westmoreland County Community College
Whiteley Township
WIC
WIC #803, Washington
WIC #806, Waynesburg
WIC #812, Burgettstown
WIC #815, Claysville
WIC #821, Carmichaels
WIC #824, Greensboro
Willow Grove Independent Baptist Church
Windy Gap Independent Bible Church
Wings for Children, Inc
WJS Psychological Associates, Inc.
Wolf, Tom (Governor)
Women of the Moose
Women's Clubs, Pennsylvania Federation of
Worker's Compensation, Bureau of
Wrightco Technologies
WVU Children's Hospital
Young Life of Greene County
Your Child's Place

2nd Sam 9 Inc.


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Scott & Teresa Roberts

Contact Number(s)
724-852-3063

E-mail(s)
secondsamnine@gmail.com

Web Addresses
2ndsam9.org/

Primary Addresses
290 W. High St.
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
This non-profit organization provides safe, enriching day activities for adult individuals with intellectual disabilities in a positive, Christ-centered environment that will help individuals reach their fullest social, emotional and vocational potential. At the present time, social events are being held at the WWJD Center 2 times a week.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

AARP, PA Office
American Association of Retired Persons


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
- State Director

Contact Number(s)
1-866-389-5654 - Tollfree
717.236.4078 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.aarp.org/states/pa/

Primary Addresses
Pennsylvania State Office
30 North 3rd Street
Suite 750
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description

Also lobbies for legislation beneficial to elderly, volunteer resources and education and research.

Members receive discounts in the following areas:

Airlines:
Search flights, find deals, make reservations and more!

Automobile:
Save 5%-10% wherever the road takes you!

Career and Work:
The AARP Legal Services Network (LSN) provides easy access to attorneys who reduce their fees for AARP members.

Computers and Technology:
Receive discounts on computers, technology, and services such as training.

Cruises:
Special offers and discounts on various cruises for all AARP members!

Entertainment:
Receive discounts for entertaining locations such as Sea World and Busch Gardens!

Financial and Legal:
Services and discounts for financial and legal investments.

Gifts and Music:
Hundreds of products that match your lifestyle.

Health:
Comprehensive eldercare service for your loved ones.

Hotels and Lodging:
AARP members can save as much as 50% off regular lodging rates!

Insurance:
Assorted services for a number of insurance plans.

Vacations and Tours:
Services and discounts regarding traveling and vacations for all AARP members.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
$16.00/year for one member and his/her spouse.

Eligibility Requirements
Age 50 and over.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

ABATE
Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Robert Handwork - Chapter Coordinator
724-746-8730
r.handwork@comcast.net

Web Addresses
www.abatepa.org


Service Information

Service Area
Washington County

Service Description
An alliance of bikers dedicated to the protection of the individual rights of motorcyclists through political change, charitable works and public education. Provides motorcycle safety courses. This chapter supports various organizations in our community.

Available Hours
Regular meetings on the 1st Monday of every month at 7 PM at the Bentleyville Eagles.

Fees/Cost for Services
$30/yr. for single member
$50/yr. for couples. $10.00/yr. for Junior Membership (20 & under)

Eligibility Requirements
Everyone welcome!

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Academy for Adolescent Health, Inc.
Washington Hospital Teen Outreach


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To serve as an advocate for youth, parents, professionals and community by modeling quality education to improve communication, promote healthy adolescent behavior, reduce risk and encourage wellness...

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Mary Jo Podgurski - Director
412-877-4906

Contact Number(s)
724.222.5406 - Fax
888.301.2311 - Tollfree
724.222.2311 - Phone

E-mail(s)
aah@healthyteens.com
podmj@healthyteens.com

Web Addresses
www.healthyteens.com

Primary Addresses
410 N. Main St.
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene Counties

Service Description

Services Include:

-The PPT (Pregnant and Parenting Teen Program)offers support and mentoring through school and home visits to teens who are experiencing early childbearing and parenting.
-GED support classes, field trips and parties.
-ELECT Program--for those who are pregnant or parenting and under the age of 22. Assists with supportive educational services leading to employment and career training.
-The ECHO (Educating Children for Healthy Outcomes) Program is an early intervention program (pertaining to sex-related issues) that seeks to reach young people and their parents before a child is at risk.
-Special parenting education for Father Project.
-Project TEAM (Training, Educating, and Mentoring) is an intervention and mentoring program that targets young boys beginning at grade 3 up through 10 that are potentially at risk for aggressive or disruptive behaviors.

Available Hours
Monday - Friday, 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Eligibility Requirements
Varies with individual programs

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Must make appointments via phone call; the Teen Outreach Program is NOT a drop-in service.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Acoustic Neuroma Association
ANA


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of ANA is to inform, educate and provide national and local support networks for those affected by acoustic neuromas, and to be an essential resource for health care professionals who treat acoustic neuroma patients.

History of Organization
ANA's Founder and President Emeritus Ginny Fickel Ehr had surgery for an acoustic neuroma in 1977. Both before and after this surgery, she sought information about acoustic tumors, information which could be understood by the layperson. Since her search was unsuccessful, she made a commitment to seeing that appropriate information was available to those who followed her in the acoustic neuroma experience. The Acoustic Neuroma Association became a reality in 1981, and the number of acoustic neuroma alumni has grown from a handful then to tens of thousands today. During this period, thousands of patients, physicians, nurses, and family members have asked us for comprehensive and non-technical information about acoustic neuroma. This World Wide Web site is made available in response to those requests. The ANA web site is also intended to help others who are searching for information about acoustic tumors and their effects, and especially to aid patients in coping with the acoustic neuroma experience. The Acoustic Neuroma Association is funded by member dues and donations, gifts and grants. An audit is performed annually and is on file at the national office.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Patient funded.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Judy Vitucci - Chief Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
1-877-200-8211 - Toll Free Number
770 205-8211 - Phone
1-877-202-0239 - Toll Free Fax Number

E-mail(s)
info@anausa.org

Web Addresses
www.anausa.org

Primary Addresses
600 Peachtree Pkwy.
Suite 108
Cumming, GA 30041
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Service Information

Service Area
National

Service Description
Provides information and support with:

-Quarterly newsletter
-Patient information booklets
-Website with information
-Network of support groups
-Biennial Symposium (every two years).

The Acoustic Neuroma Association provides information and support to patients who have been diagnosed with or experienced an acoustic neuroma or other benign problem affecting the cranial nerves. ANA is an incorporated, non-profit organization, recognized as such by the IRS, and is supported by contributions from its members. The association also furnishes information on patient rehabilitation to physicians and health care personnel, promotes research on acoustic neuroma, and educates the public regarding symptoms suggestive of acoustic neuroma, thus promoting early diagnosis and successful treatment.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. weekdays.
Recorder takes all messages after hours.

Fees/Cost for Services
National membership dues $40 annually. Internationally membership dues $60 annually. Partial and complimentary membership available if there is financial concern.

Eligibility Requirements
Patients, family members, friends, and medical professionals concerned with acoustic neuroma.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Action Housing, Inc.


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To empower people to build more secure and self-sufficient lives through the provision of decent, affordable housing, essential supportive services and linkages to educational and employment opportunities.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Lawrence A. Swanson - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
412-281-2102
412.391.4512 - Fax

E-mail(s)
ahi@actionhousing.org

Web Addresses
www.actionhousing.org

Primary Addresses
425 Sixth Avenue
Suite 800
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Service Information

Service Description
Action Housing serves the most vulnerable populations including homeless families and individuals; women and children in crisis situations; persons with mental and physical disabilities; elderly individuals with limited incomes; unemployed and underemployed people; public housing residents; and other low and moderate income families. 150% of FPG for most programs; for Renovate and Repair Program maximum income is $90,000 per HH. Weatherization Program for Greene and Washington counties.

Eligibility Requirements
Varies for each program. Most available programs are open to residents of Allegheny County with the exception of their Weatherization Program.

ACTS
Arts, Crafts, Talents and Service


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5396 - Phone

Primary Addresses
Carmichaels United Methodist Church
104 West South Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Services include:

-Thrift shop providing clothing for men, women and children at a very low cost (most items are marked at $.50 - $1.00).
-Expanding a "Business Clothing" section (prices may run a little higher).
-Also carry home-made crafts and small secondhand household items.

Available Hours
9:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Walk-in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Ad Weekly


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-342-9794 - Tollfree
724-267-2906

E-mail(s)
ads@theadweekly.com

Web Addresses
theadweekly.com/

Primary Addresses
2301 Jefferson Avenue
Suite 10
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Southwestern PA

Service Description
Advertising newspaper

ADA Information Line
ADA (American with Disabilities)


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Department of Justice

Legal Structure
Federal Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-514-0301 - Voice
1-800-514-0383 - TTY

Web Addresses
www.usdoj.gov/crt/ada/infoline.htm


Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
The U.S. Department of Justice provides information about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) through a toll free ADA Information Line. This service permits businesses, State and local governments and others to call and ask questions about general or specific ADA requirements including questions about the ADA Standards of Accessibility.

Available Hours
Monday - Wednesday and Friday: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM (EST) Thursday: 12:30 PM - 5:30 PM.

Fees/Cost for Services
FREE

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
N/A

Adagio Health


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Adagio Health promotes the reproductive health and overall well-being of women of all ages, their families, and their communities by providing health care services and educational programs that are responsive and creative. We envsion women and their families living healthier lives. As a catalyst, a service provider, and a community educator, we bring together the elements to help achieve this vision.

History of Organization
Adagio Health offers quality women’s healthcare along with preventive health education. In more than 40 years of service to the women, families and communities of western Pennsylvania, we have touched more than 3 million lives.

Funding Sources
Supported by state and federal grants, patient and insurance fees, United Way contributor choice and tax-deductible contributions from businesses, foundations and individuals.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-228-7113 - Adagio Health Washington
800-215-7494 - Hotline
724-437-1582 - Adagio Health Uniontown
724-228-7113 - Adagio Health at SPHS
724-966-5081 - Carmichaels
724-324-2982 - Mt. Morris

Web Addresses
www.adagiohealth.org

Primary Addresses
960 Penn Avenue
Suite 600
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Additional Addresses
90 W. Chestnut Street
Washington, PA 15301
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301 East Donner Avenue #100
Monessen, , PA 15062
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22 Mill Street
Uniontown, PA 15401
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601 West George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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120 Locust Avenue Extension
(Located in The Primary Care Center of Mt. Morris)
Mt. Morris, PA 15349
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Service Information

Service Area
Western PA

Service Description
Services include: complete gynecological care, birth control, STD (sexually transmitted disease) testing and treatment, obstetrics and gynecology, pregnancy care, cancer screening, community education, nutrition services, education and prevention (for teen pregnancy, HIV/Aids AIDS and diabetes), peer education, parent education, professional training, family adoption center, and Healthy Start House (transitional housing facility/maternity home for pregnant women and mothers who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless) and research.

SelectPlan for Women---a no cost coverage for women in Pennsylvania to receive no-cost birth control, Pap tests, emergency contraceptives, HIV testing and counseling, breast exams, STD testing and treatment and routine women's health care. This is a no-cost plan that covers family planning health care. To qualify: must be between the ages of 18 and 44 years old, US citizen or permanent US resident, resident of Pennyslvania, have no or limited health insurance, are not pregnant, and meet the income guidelines set by this program. To enroll: visit any Adagio Health location or other family planning providers (call 1-866-520-9139 for nearest location). Documentation: Social Security card, Birth certificate or passport, PA driver's license or state-issued photo ID; proof of income, if self-employed bring a copy of tax returns and your insurance card if you have health insurance. Applications may also be done on-line at http://www.compass.state.pa.us. or at your county assistance office

Services for SelectPlan for women's health insurance are also available at the following sites in Greene County: Centerville Clinics 601 West George Street, Carmichaels PA 15320 724-966-5081; Cornerstone Care 7 Glassworks Road, Greensboro PA 15338 724-943-3308; Cornerstone Care 140 Church Street, Suite 102, Rogersville PA 15359 724-499-5188; and Primary Care Center of Mt. Morris 104 Front Street, Suite 2, Mt. Morris, PA 15349 724-324-9001.

Available Hours
Hours vary by location Location in Uniontown: Monday: 11 AM - 7 PM; Tuesday-Friday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Location in Carmichaels: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Wednesday - 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Fees/Cost for Services
Most insurance plans are accepted. Some services are free and sliding fee scale is available. Please call.

Eligibility Requirements
Any woman in need of services offered.

Required Documentation
Insurance card, medical records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Adoption Council, Three Rivers
TRAC


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
TRAC's mission is to improve adoption opportunities for all children growing up without permanent caring families. The agency's main focus is on African American children and children with special needs.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jacqueline D. Wilson - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Jennie Thye - Administrative Coordinator

Kelly Sagel - Adoption Coordinator/Matching Specialist

Meghan Nagle - Program Director/Family Therapist

Contact Number(s)
412.471.4861 - Fax
412.471.8722 - Phone
866.621.8722

E-mail(s)
jwilson@3riversadopt.org

Web Addresses
www.3riversadopt.org

Primary Addresses
307 Fourth Avenue
Suite 310
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
TRAC provides recruitment, information and referral services, counseling, family preparation, post adoption services, and parent and professional education services to achieve and maintain maximum permanency opportunities for adoptable children and their families.

Offers three programs:

1.) Recruits families for adoptable children and assists in the placement of children through exchange matching services. Also provides information and referral to birth parents who are considering adoptive placement for their babies.
2.) "Family Connections" offers in home support services for transitioning families and post vention services.
3.) "Black Adoption Services" is a licensed foster care adoption program.

Available Hours
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM Hours may be extended.

Fees/Cost for Services
There is a fee

Eligibility Requirements
Must be at least age 21 to adopt a child; stable income; must be within 2 hour radius of Pittsburgh.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Adoption Exchange, PA Hotline
Statewide Adoption & Permanency Network (SWAN)


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Department of Human Services

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN) is both a broad-based cooperative effort and a centralized information and facilitation service overseen by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. SWAN includes county children and youth agencies, juvenile court judges, foster and adoptive parents, private adoption agencies, the Pennsylvania Adoption Exchange and many others, all working together on behalf of children who need permanent homes. The SWAN program serves children in the custody of county children and youth agencies. The design of the network is to support the work of county agencies in expediting permanency services.

History of Organization
The Pennsylvania Adoption Exchange (PAE) was established in 1979 by the Department of Human Services to help County Children and Youth agencies find adoptive families for Pennsylvania’s waiting children. PAE is a major component of the Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN) as it serves the counties, SWAN affiliate agencies, the general public and interfaces with other state and national adoption exchanges. PAE is not an adoption agency, but serves to connect families who want to adopt with children waiting for a permanent home. Final decisions about adoption are the sole responsibility of the county agency with custody of the child.

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
SWAN is funded by the PA Department of Human Services


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1.800.227.0225 - PA Adoption Exchange
1-800-585-7926 - Tollfree

Web Addresses
www.adoptpakids.org - PA Statewide Adoption & Permanency Network

Primary Addresses
PO Box 4469
Harrisburg, PA 17111
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
SWAN Adoption services include: Family Profiles, Child Profiles, Child-Specific Recruitment, Child Preparation, Placement, Adoption Finalization and Post Permanency Services

PAE provides the following services to children, families and agencies: MATCHING & REFERRAL: Families registered with PAE are identified using a computer database with children identified to meet their interest. Families and agencies are notified about the suggested matches through the referral process. CHILD PHOTO LISTING BOOK: This book contains the same children as those featured on our Web site. The book is available in more than 250 foster care and adoption agencies throughout the nation. RECRUITMENT: The recruitment of prospective families for our waiting children is a fundamental mission. PAE participates in many activities to connect waiting children with interested families including outreach, training and referral. INFORMATION & REFERRAL: PAE acts as a clearinghouse for information about the many aspects of adoption, including the adoption process, financial assistance, contacting birth parents and managing the Pennsylvania Adoption Information Registry. If we cannot answer your questions, you will be referred to another source for that information

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Eligibility Requirements
Families who can best meet the needs of a child, can commit to a child, and are willing to commit to raising that child to adulthood

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Adoption Registry, PA


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Pennsylvania Department of Health/Division of Vital Records

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Department of Human Services operates an Adoption Medical History Registry that enables birth parents to share their family medical history with the child they placed for adoption. The registry serves as a central repository for collecting and storing birth family medical information and adoptee requests.

History of Organization
Act 1984-195 and 28 Pa. Code 1.49 provide access by adoptees to the identification of consenting biological parents.

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-877-PA-HEALTH
(412) 565-5113 - Division of Vital Records- Pittsburgh Office
724-656-3100 - Division of Vital Records- New Castle Office
800-227-0225 - SWAN Agency Phone

Web Addresses
www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/adoption_registries/14123/adoption_medical_history_registry?qid=79009755&rank=1

Primary Addresses
Health and Welfare Building
8th Floor West
625 Forster Street
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Additional Addresses
4th Floor, Bertolino Building
P. O. Box 2675
Harrisburg, PA 17105-2675
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411 7th Avenue
Suite 360
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Attn: Adoption Registry
101 S. Mercer Street, Room 401
P. O. Box 1528
New Castle, PA 16103
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Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
Through this office individuals may file a Biological Parent Registration Identification Form, share medical information with or without revealing their identity and adoptees can find out if a biological parent has registered.

Eligibility Requirements
Adoptees born in Pa and biological parents whose child was born in PA and released for adoption.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write

Adult and Juvenile Probation Offices



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Craig Wise - Chief Probation Officer

Contact Person(s)
Sue Corbett, Administrative Assistant

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5250 - Phone
724.852.5344 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Greene County Courthouse
10 E. High Street
Waynesburg,, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Services include:

-Pre-sentence investigations for the court of Common Pleas and County Magisterial Districts.
-Parole and probation violation investigations and reports.
-Supervision of parolees.
-Probationers.
-Mandatory releases (i.e. due to jail overcrowding).

Refers clients to community agencies.

Adult probation supervises those 18 yrs. & older, including verification of residence and employability of a prisoner. Prepares pre-sentence reports for the courts, collects fines, costs and restitution.

Juvenile probation supervises youth & families. Caseworkers develop a treatment plan to help the client & client's family work out their problems. Makes progress reports to the Court and recommendations on sentencing & probation.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Adult and juvenile offenders eligible for probation, parole, or early release.

Required Documentation
Police files and court records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in. Initial referrals come from within the judicial system.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Adult Developmental Training


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene ARC

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Cynthia L. Dias - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.627.5511 - Phone
724.852.1764 - Fax

E-mail(s)
canderson@greenearc.org

Web Addresses
www.greenearc.org

Primary Addresses
197 Dunn Station Road
Prosperity, PA 15329
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Program for adults with disabilities, who have not yet attained the basic skills needed to care for themselves or to be trained in the workplace. The goal is to help individuals attain their greatest amount of independence.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit website for more information.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Criminal background checks required, no communicable diseases; match volunteer interests with appropriate programs.

Adult Education Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
IU1

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Intermediate Unit 1 supports 26 adult basic and literacy education classes throughout the tri-county area serving nearly 800 adults each year. In addition, over 300 adults are given the opportunity to earn the General Education Development (GED) diploma through the Intermediate Unit 1 GED Testing Centers.

History of Organization
Fayette, Greene, and Washington Counties served as a pilot site in the development of the Intermediate Unit concept. The three counties experimented with the idea of conducting joint meetings and staff development activities to serve educators in the tri-county area. In October of 1970, the county school boards of the three counties met to plan a convention to elect thirteen directors who would become the first Intermediate Unit 1 Board of Directors. During its first year of operation, Intermediate Unit 1 (IU1) rented space in California, Pennsylvania, and employed a total of 245 people. Southwestern Pennsylvania, or specifically the counties of Fayette, Greene and Washington, was selected to serve as a model or pilot program in the pre-planning and development of the intermediate unit concept of education in Pennsylvania. The county school offices in the three counties served as the facilitator for this study and conducted meetings and workshops involving the staff members of the three county offices and the chief school administrators of the twenty-five school districts.

Legal Structure
School District

Funding Sources
The Intermediate Unit 1 Adult Basic Education Program is operated through funding by the Bureau of Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE) at the Pennsylvania Department of Education.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Charles Mahoney - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Sue Conrady - Director of Adult, Nonpublic, and ESL Education Service
724-938-3241 ext. 257
conradys@iu1.k12.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724.938.3241 - IU-1
724-938-6665 - Fax
724.852.2900 ext. 226 - Waynesburg CareerLink Center

Web Addresses
www.iu1.k12.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Pennsylvania Careerlink
4 W. High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
One Intermediate Unit Drive
Coal Center, PA 15423
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Service Information

Service Area
Counties of Greene, Fayette and Washington

Service Description
Classes for transitioning to postsecondary education or work are offered in the following categories: Literacy (LIT) This class provides the foundation for developing basic literacy and beginning math skills. English as a Second Language (ESL) This class offers English Language Learners with the opportunity to build reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Adult Basic Education (ABE) This program offers an introduction to fundamental skills in reading, English, math, and career exploration. This class provides the foundation for GED preparation and introduces career pathways opportunities for employment and postsecondary training. Adult Secondary Education (ASE) This course provides intensive GED and remedial preparation with opportunities to explore several career pathways with a focus on obtaining entry level employment or entering a postsecondary training program. Bridge This class focuses on providing students planning to enter a post-secondary institution with college level reading, writing, and math skills. Specialized career pathways are explored in addition to college success skills. Health Career Prep Class (TEAS Prep) The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Prep class prepares you to enter a career in the health field. Preparation for entrance exam will be provided along with improvement in reading, writing, and math skills. Specialized career pathways are explored.

Available Hours
See website for a full listing of classes, dates, and times.

Fees/Cost for Services
Money orders only please, made payable to: "IU1--GED".

Eligibility Requirements
Age 17 and up and not presently enrolled in a public school.

Required Documentation

-Identification and proof of age
-18 years of age or younger must have proof of withdrawal from high school.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call in advance. All G.E.D. tests require pre-registration and pre-payment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Can use volunteer tutors, but may need to go through a training session.

Adult Training Facility


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene ARC

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Cynthia L. Dias - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724-852-1471 - Phone
724-627-5511 - Phone
724-852-1764 - Fax

E-mail(s)
canderson@greenearc.org

Web Addresses
www.greenearc.org

Primary Addresses
197 Dunn Station Road
Prosperity, PA 15329
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County and surrounding counties

Service Description
Program for adults with disabilities, who have not attained the basic skills needed to care for themselves or to be trained in the workplace. The goal is to help individuals attain their greatest amount of independence.

Available Hours
8:00 AM- 4:00 PM, Monday- Friday

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit website for more information


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Criminal background checks required, no communicable diseases; match volunteer interests with appropriate programs.

Advantage Credit Counseling Service


Organizational Information

Accreditations and Licenses
We are accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) and are members of the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Advantage Credit Counseling has been designated a certified comprehensive housing counseling agency by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The agency is also a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), the umbrella association for over 150 credit counseling agencies nationwide.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
866-699-2227

E-mail(s)
info@advantageccs.org

Web Addresses
www.advantageccs.org
www.twitter.com/AdvantageCCS

Primary Addresses
River Park Commons
2403 Sidney Street
Suite 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Services include Online Credit Counseling--this service helps to eliminate credit card debt and put a stop to harassing creditor calls. This service is free, secure and confidential. After completing 3 sections, the information is automatically submitted to a certified counselor for review. The agency will then make contact to help provide a complete financial analysis and a plan of action.

Credit Card Debt Management Program--certified counselors assist in developing a money-spending plan. Benefits include: high interest rates may be waived or reduced, late & over-limit fees may be eliminated; monthly payments may be reduced and calls from creditors & collections will be stopped.

Housing Counseling: Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, Pre-Purchase Counseling and Reverse Mortgage Counseling.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
In-person, call the toll-free number, or speak with someone via live chat on the website


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

AgChoice Farm Credit


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
AgChoice Farm Credit provides special added value to its customers through the 140+ employees that make up the organization. In addition to their experience and dedication to customer service, employees continually take part in an aggressive, on-going training program that further develops their skills and knowledge. This foundation is strengthened further by the team approach that our employees use to serve each customer

Legal Structure
Other


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jeff Moser - Regional Sales Manager

Contact Number(s)
1.800.487.4135 - Toll Free
724.696.3276 - Phone
724.696.4526 - Fax

E-mail(s)
nsinfo@agchoice.com

Web Addresses
www.agchoice.com/contact-us/branch-locations/new-stanton-pa - New Stanton Office
www.agchoice.com/ - Main Website

Primary Addresses
921 South Center Ave
PO Box 716
New Stanton, PA 15672
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Service Information

Service Area
Serves Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland Counties in Pennsylvania and Brooke, Hancock, Marshall and Ohio Counties in West Virginia.

Service Description
Provides a full range of financial services to agricultural cooperatives and rural utilities. Accepts deposits. Financial services are provided.

Fees/Cost for Services
Vary

Eligibility Requirements
Farmers or rural home owners.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

AgrAbility


Organizational Information

Affiliations
Penn State Cooperative Extension and PA Assistive Technology Foundation Legal Structure Non-profit corporation Funding Sources AgrAbility for Pennsylvanians is a grant project through the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry-Office for Vocational Rehabilitation.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
AgrAbility for Pennsylvanians is a grant project through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dr. Connie D. Baggett, PhD - Project Director

Contact Number(s)
814-867-5288 - Phone
800-998-4827 - Toll Free

E-mail(s)
bbc@psu.edu- Project Director
AgrAbility@psu.edu

Web Addresses
www.AgrAbilityPA.org

Primary Addresses
207 Ferguson Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
AgrAbility is a statewide joint effort between Pennsylvania State University Cooperative Extension and Easter Seals of Central Pennsylvania. This grant project works with farmers and farm families who are continuing to farm despite on-going medical or physical limitations.

Services include:

-Information and Referral
-Working closely with Office of Vocational Rehabilitation to modify agricultural work sites
-Assistive technology
-On site assessment for making appropriate recommendations for modifications and equipment
-Peer Counseling to provide support and encouragement for coping with a new disability
-Public Education on topics such as work site modification, rural rehabiliation, farm safety and accessibility.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services.

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

AHEDD


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
AHEDD is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1977 with a mission to serve the community as a catalyst in the employment and development of persons with disabilities.

Affiliations
Partnership with the Social Security Administration in the provision of Work Incentive Counseling.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Mr. Rocco Cambria - President/CEO
rocco.cambria@ahedd.org

Contact Person(s)
Marisa Pelto - Area Manager

Contact Number(s)
412-381-3313
866-902-4333

E-mail(s)
inforequest@ahedd.org
pittsburgh.pa@ahedd.org- Pittsburgh office

Web Addresses
www.ahedd.org

Primary Addresses
900 Sarah Street
Suite 202
Pittsburgh, PA 15203-1106
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Service Information

Service Area
Western PA

Service Description
AHEDD provides community integrated competitive employment services to persons with disabilities. AHEDD is authorized by the Social Security Administration and certified to provide benefits counseling to current SSDI beneficiaries and SSI recipients. AHEDD offers a wide range of work incentives which can be designed to meet personal needs and maximize current or potential earnings while maintaining essential cash benefits and health care as permitted by SSA.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
No cost to eligible sponsored customers of the PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, County MH/ID and or local school districts

Eligibility Requirements
SSI recipients, MH/ID enrollees, OVR Clients

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write, email


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

AIDS Planning Coalition, Southwestern PA
SWPAPC


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Southwestern Pennsylvania by planning, advocating and supporting the development of culturally competent, comprehensive system of high quality care, prevention and education services. Goals: To design and put in place a coalition needs assessment process and mechanism. To maintain a data collection system for planning and monitoring HIV/AIDS services in the region. To create and improve annually a process for definition of a regional plan for implementation the following fiscal year. To research care and prevention models and programs and new/special populations to be addressed. To identify and invite consumers, minority representatives and drug & alcohol program activities of the Coalition. To design and put in place a mechanism which identifies and disseminates information about technical assistance needed and available across the region.

History of Organization
The Southwestern Pennsylvania AIDS Planning Coalition was established in Pittsburgh, PA, in November of 1992 and was the first HIV/AIDS Planning Coalition in the State. Several AIDS service providers in the Greater Pittsburgh Area came together in collaboration to improve the delivery of service to consumers, to do a regional Needs Assessment and Regional Strategic Service Planning in the eleven counties designated by the Department of Health as Southwestern Pennsylvania.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dr. Oladoyin Desalu - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Connie Raymond - Secretarial Assistant

Contact Number(s)
1-877-732-0401 - Toll free
412-363-1022
412-363-5994 - Fax

E-mail(s)
acswp@verizon.net - General Mailbox

Web Addresses
www.swpapc.org
www.acswp.org

Primary Addresses
201 S. Highland Avenue
Suite 101
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
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Service Information

Service Area
Southwestern PA. Including the following counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland.

Service Description
Housing Services: To coordinate planning related to housing information/referral services, housing emergency fund services, residential services, and rental assistance services.

Prevention Services: To coordinate planning related to counseling/testing services, venue-based group outreach services, materials distribution services, prevention intervention case management services, and natural opinion leader program services.

Education/Technical Assistance Services: To coordinate planning related to consultation services, presentation and community education services, instruction/training services, media services, and SWPAPC technical assistance services.

Evaluation: To coordinate the evaluation of both the effectiveness of the coalition and its processes, and the effectiveness of the regional service delivery system.

Consumer Advisory: To provide a mechanism for persons with HIV/AIDS infection to have meaningful input into the development of policies and programs by HIV service providers within SWPAPC.

Rural Issues: To provide a mechanism whereby issues unique to rural areas are meaningfully represented in the development of needs assessment, priority setting, planning service system evaluation and resource allocation within the SWPAPC.

Supportive Services: To coordinate planning related to buddy/care team services, day care services, emergency fund services, legal services, advocacy services, benefits/financial counseling services, education/risk reduction services, nutrition/food services, support/self-help groups services, drop-in center services, transportation services, and home health services.

Care Services: To coordinate planning related to primary medical services, dental services, hospice services, behavioral health (including MH and D&A) services, and managed care, and to coordinate planning related to case management services.

Available Hours
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

AIDS, Pittsburgh Task Force
PATF


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Vision: To be the leader in providing innovative support services that improve the health and quality of life for all individuals living with HIV/AIDS and to be relentless in preventing the spread of the virus. Mission: We are dedicated to supporting and empowering all individuals living with HIV/AIDS and preventing the spread of the infection. Building on more than two decades of caring and experience in Southwestern Pennsylvania, we accomplish our mission by: -Intergrating the voice of consumers into all we do, -Serving as a primary resource for HIV/AIDS support, information and testing, -Collaborating with and educating other organizations, providers and the community, -Operating with the highest ethical standards, and maximizing limited resources, -Providing a safe and confidential environment, and, -Working to eliminate the devasting impact stigma.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Charles L. Christen - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
412-345-7456 - Phone
412-345-7457 - Fax
1.888.204.8821 - Toll Free

E-mail(s)
PATFinfo@patf.org

Web Addresses
www.patf.org

Primary Addresses
5913 Penn Avenue
2nd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description
HUD Supportive Housing Program: PATF offers three programs for individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS and are faced with homelessness: Project Pathways - a 24-month transitional housing for single adults at a central location with onsite staff assistance; CHOICE I & CHOICE II - permanent affordable housing for single adults and families at various locations throughout Allegheny County. These housing programs provide a variety of case management services and referrals for primary medical care, nursing care, drug/alcohol and mental health treatment, nutrition counseling, money management education, and social activities. Placements are limited.

Legal Services: Attorneys volunteer their time to provide PATF's clients with legal information, referral services and representation. The network helps clients with wills, estate planning, powers of attorney, civil action, and entitlement issues such as Social Security appeals.

Support Groups: Coping skills, facing life's challenges and developing support systems are just a few of the benefits HIV-positive individuals gain from attending regular scheduled meetings. Led by a therapist, groups focus on the needs or concerns that impact daily life for those living with HIV/AIDS. Support groups are held weekly in PATF offices and once a month in Beaver and Washington Counties. Support groups do not meet if the PATF office is closed for business that day. PATF also presents monthly Quality of Life Workshops meant to provide information about skills and services that enhance the daily lives of HIV+ individuals.

Nutritional Supplements: PATF offers multi-vitamin/mineral supplements as well as a variety of nutritional supplements, such as Ensure and Sustecal. A continuous supply of home-delivered supplements may be arranged through PATF's case managers.

Emergency Funds: Funds of last resort are available for expenses in times of crisis, such as utilities, food, nutritional supplements, and medications. To be eligible, you must be HIV+ or AIDS diagnosed and one of the following: disabled due to HIV/AIDS or mental illness, a single custodial parent, pregnant, homeless or threatened with homelessness.

Transportation: Case managers refer individuals to transportation programs and assist with the application process. Transportation funds are used to purchase bus tickets, taxi rides, or wheelchair-van trips.

Food Pantry: A variety of foods and personalized customer service are the hallmarks of PATF's Food Pantry. People living with HIV/AIDS can choose from a selection of meat, cheese, produce, and canned goods on a monthly basis. Nutritional supplements and personal care items are available. The pantry is open on Sundays from noon to 4pm, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays from noon to 4 pa, and Wednesday from 3 to 7 pm. Clients are able to use the food pantry once per month.

Case Management: Professional staff and volunteers provide referrals and intensive case management to people living with HIV/AIDS who have complex needs including those relating to addiction and mental health issues. Case managers meet with individuals to assess needs and assist in gaining access to resources and services.

HUD Supportive Housing Program: PATF offers three programs for individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS and are faced with homelessness: Project Pathways - a 24-month transitional housing for single adults at a central location with onsite staff assistance; CHOICE I, CHOICE II, and Choice III - permanent affordable housing for single adults and families at various locations throughout Allegheny County. These housing programs provide a variety of case management services and referrals for primary medical care, nursing care, drug/alcohol and mental health treatment, nutrition counseling, money management education, and social activities. Placements are limited.

Available Hours
Office hours are Monday- Friday from 9 am-5 pm. Testing hours are: Sunday: Noon-4 pm Monday: 9 am-5 pm Tuesday: 9 am-5 pm Wednesday: 9 am-7:30 pm Thursday: 9 am-7:30 pm Friday: 9 am-5 pm

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
HIV+ or AIDS diagnosed

Required Documentation
Varies according to needs.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call,email, or fax


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Airport, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jake Allen Blaker - Director

Contact Number(s)
724.627.8029 - Phone
724.852.5322

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us/secured/gc2/depts/rec/airport.htm

Primary Addresses
417 E. Roy Furman Highway
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Available Hours
Office hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Al-Anon


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
There is a message of hope and help in the program of Al-Anon Family Groups. Women, men and children who were once lonely, lost and helpless because of someone's drinking, today have courage and confidence in Al-Anon and Alateen. They have discovered friends who understand, as few others can. They have found the tools to help themselves - which can indirectly help their alcoholic relatives or loved ones. Contentment, and even happiness, is possible whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.628.8920 - Toll Free (SWPA)
800-425-2666 - National Phone Number
412-683-4279 - SWPA
888-425-2666 - Alanon-Alateen National Number

Web Addresses
www.al-anon-alateen.org - Organization website
www.pa-al-anon.org - Pennsylvania's website

Primary Addresses
204 37th Street
Room 103
Pittsburgh, PA 15201-1859
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
The purpose of this program is to help families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with the drinking problem of a relative or a friend.

Whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not, Al-Anon offers hope and rehabilitation / recovery to all people that are affected by the alcoholism of a friend or loved one.

Available Hours
Al-Anon Hotline at 1-888-4AL-ANON (1-888-425-2666) Mon-Fri, 8 am to 6 pm ET. Meetings: Sunday at 6:30pm First Christian Church, 615 East Beau Street, Washington 15301. Monday at 7:00pm St. George Episcopal Church, 100 Bonar Avenue, Waynesburg 15370. Thursday at 12:15pm Church of the Covenant, 267 East Beau Street, Washington 15301.

Fees/Cost for Services
There are no dues or fees in Al-Anon and Alateen meetings. Most groups pass a basket for voluntary contributions. Members are asked to contribute what they can afford, so that the group can pay rent, provide literature, and offer support to local and worldwide service centers.

Eligibility Requirements
Must have a relative or friend who has a problem with alcoholism.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Alcoholics Anonymous
AA


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.225.4188 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.aa.org


Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene Counties

Service Description
Click on link to website address for all current meeting times and locations for 12 step support groups in our area.

Available Hours
24 hour answering service; meetings held at various times.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Open to anyone who has a desire to stop drinking.

Required Documentation
None


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Aleppo Brethren Church



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.428.5190 - Phone

Primary Addresses
1049 Green Valley Road
Aleppo, PA 15310
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Aleppo Township



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Timothy M. Brady - Supervisor, Chair

Charles F. Martin, Jr. - Supervisor, Vice Chair

Contact Person(s)
Shirley Zimmerman - Tax Collector (724-447-2097)

Bula Simms - Secretary-Treasurer

J. William Hook - Solicitor

Mike Petrus - Sewage Officer

Contact Number(s)
724-428-3875

Primary Addresses
815 Aleppo Road
New Freeport, PA 15352
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Service Information

Service Area
Aleppo, Higbee, McCracken, Morfod, Quiet Dell, Windy Gap

Available Hours
Supervisors meet on the 1st Monday of each month at 4 PM except for holidays, in which case they would meet on the 1st Tuesday, at the Aleppo Township Building.

Alert PA
Emergency Notification System


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Department of Corrections

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
John E. Wetzel - Secretary

Contact Number(s)
724-852-2902

Web Addresses
alert.pa.gov/index.php?CCheck=1


Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
AlertPA, enacted in 2009, can quickly provide residents with important information in the event of a prison emergency by text, e-mail and voice messaging. Subscribers can choose the means by which they wish to be notified. This information offered through AlertPA can help residents who register for the information to make informed decisions during emergency situations. Individuals can register for this service by visiting the website and clicking on "Alerts & Advisories." Anyone without Internet access should contact the nearest state correctional institution's critical incident manager and provide their name and phone number.

AlertOne Services Inc.


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-693-5433 - Member Care Services
1-866-205-8289 - Sales

Web Addresses
www.alert-1.com/

Primary Addresses
1000 Commerce Park Drive
Suite 300
Williamsport, PA 17701
Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
Nationwide

Service Description
Personal Emergency Response Service

Medical alarm provider

Help button service

24/7 emergency response service

Available Hours
Sales: 24/7 Member Care Services: Mon 9:30am - 8:00pm EST; Tuesday - Friday: 9:00am - 8:00pm; Saturday: 9:30am - 6:00pm

Fees/Cost for Services
Call for pricing

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call 1-866-205-8289

Allegheny Partners for Out-of-School Time
APOST


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Vision: Establish a community-wide initiative to support the delivery of non-school hour services so that every child in need will have access to a quality program. Mission: Create an organized system of information about non-school hour programs and services in southwestern PA to help support planning decisions and consumer choice. Goals: Be a resource to agencies to strengthen and sustain services and connect to other youth initiatives in the region.

Affiliations
Three Rivers Connect Information Commons, United Way of Allegheny County, Allegheny County Department of Human Services and A+Schools: Pittsburgh Community Alliance for Public Education

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-456-6876

E-mail(s)
apost@uwac.org

Web Addresses
www.afterschoolpgh.org/contact/

Primary Addresses
1250 Penn Avenue
PO Box 735
Pittsburgh, PA 15230
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description
The goal of this project is to develop an organized system and processes to collect, analyze and disseminate information on non-school hour services to inform policy and funding priorities, as well as consumer choice. All agencies and local school districts who provide non-school hour services for school age children in SWPA will be invited to participate. This will be accomplished by all participating agencies entering their information about non-school hour programs into a regional system called the Information Commons. Providers, funders and consumers will be able to access this shared database.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or email

Alliance Health Wraparound



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Brad George - Greene County Coordinator

Contact Number(s)
724.430.0988 - Phone
866.626.0988 - Tollfree
724-852-3180

Primary Addresses
35 Byard Rd
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
58 W. Main Street
Uniontown, PA 15401
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Counseling services for children and adolescents with behavioral and therapeutic needs including: behavior problems at home, school or community (not following rules, defiant, swearing, physically aggressive, poor anger control); autism, poor self-worth; not developing emotionally or psychologically like same-aged siblings or peers; speech & social skills delayed and anxiety issues.

Evaluations can be done in the home, if transportation is a barrier.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Accept ACCESS insurance card (Best/UPMC for You, MedPlus and Gateway).

Eligibility Requirements
Children ages 3 to 21 yrs. with mental health needs.

Required Documentation
Insurance information

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Alternative Residential Services,Wash/Gr
ARS


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of Washington-Greene Alternative Residential Services, 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 heatlhy environment.

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
State and Federal


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Gregory Pilarski - Director

Contact Number(s)
724.228.7716 - Phone
724.229.5767 - Fax

E-mail(s)
ars.washco@yahoo.com

Primary Addresses
621 N. Main St.
Washington, PA 15301
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Additional Addresses
357 E. Maiden Street
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene Counties

Service Description
Residential housing (currently maintain 10 residential facilities, which provide 24 hour supervision for 3 to 8 residents at each site), and an Adult Training Facility which provides services in prevocational development to over 40 individuals.

Available Hours
Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Fees/Cost for Services
No fees for the clients; State and federal government pay 100 % of the fees.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be referred by MH/MR program and 18 yrs of age or older.

Required Documentation
Only documents required by referral agency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Contact Washington-Greene MH/MR program.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Alzheimer Disease Research Center
ADRC


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
University of Pittsburgh

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The overall objective of the ADRC is to study the pathophysiology (changes in the brain) of Alzheimer's disease (AD) with the aim of improving the reliability of diagnosis of AD and developing effective treatment strategies. The ADRC is funded by the National Institute on Aging and, as part of its reseach program, provides a comprehensive outpatient evaluation including madical, neurological, psychiatric, social, and cognitive assessments. The success of the ADRC is to match participating patients and their family members with opportunities to volunteer for additional AD-related studies based on their interests and the eligibility requirements of the research.

History of Organization
The Alzheimer Disease Research Center (ADRC) at the University of Pittsburgh was established in 1985 by a grant from the National Institute on Aging (NIA), as a mechanism for integrating, coordinating and supporting in Alzheimer's disease and aging. The ADRC performs and coordinates AD-related clinical and reseach activities and is a core source of support (e.g., resources, patients, tissue, expert consultation for research, clinical and training activities) regionally and nationally. Current reseach foci emphasize neuropsychiatry and neuropsychology, molecular gnetics and epidemiology, basic neuroscience, and structural and functional imaging that aid in the dianosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Oscar L. Lopex, MD - Director

William E. Klunk, MD, PhD - Co-Director

Leslie Dunn, MPH - Administrator

Contact Number(s)
412.692.2700 - Memory Disorders Clinic

E-mail(s)
oakleym@upmc.edu

Web Addresses
www.adrc.pitt.edu/

Primary Addresses
UPMC Montefiore
4th Floor, Suite 421
200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2582
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Specific services at the ADRC include: Comprehensive diagnostic evaluation of patients with suspected Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia Evaluation of memory, language, judgment, and other cognitive abilities Re-evaluation on an annual basis, or as needed Referrals to physicians, community social services agencies, transportation services, adult day care, support groups, long-term care, and other appropriate programs Education and counseling for patients and families Participation in state-of-the-art research studies

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
No cost for evaluation Medical insurance billed for imaging if required

Eligibility Requirements
Older adults who are experiencing memory loss and/or cognition

Required Documentation
Any medical records

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Must complete an application to be considered for an appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Control volunteers aged 65 or older who are interested in participating in a research study are needed.

Alzheimer's Association/ Greater Pennsylvania Chapter


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Our mission is to stand by Pennsylvanians touched by Alzheimer's disease or related dementias, by advancing research and assuring that individuals, families and communities have the most useful information, care and support throughout the journey.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
donor-supported


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Gail Roddie-Hamlin - President/CEO

Contact Person(s)
Clay Jacobs - Vice President of Programs & Services

Contact Number(s)
800-272-3900 - Tollfree
412.261.5040

E-mail(s)
pa@alz.org

Web Addresses
www.alz.org/pa/

Primary Addresses
1100 Liberty Avenue
Suite E-201
Pittsburgh,, PA 15222
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Service Information

Service Area
Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene and Washington counties.

Service Description
Support for people who offer care to Alzheimer's patients:
-support groups
-information and referral for adult day care
-nursing homes and in-home care
-financial and legal problems.

Provides a supportive telephone line and community programs as well as trainings for facilities.

Offers a Safe Return program that assists in the safe return of individuals with Alzheimer's or a related dementia who might wander off and become lost.

Call to register and receive a free:
-identification bracelet or necklace
-iron-on clothing labels
-key chain
-lapel pin
-refrigerator magnet
-stickers
-wallet cards
-Caregivers Checklist

Available Hours
10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free, but training fees apply for facility training.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone interested in or concerned about Alzheimer's disease.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call to make an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Alzheimer's Support Group, Greene County



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Ilene Richezza - Coordinator

Contact Number(s)
724.852.2020 - Phone
724.852.1488 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.goldenlivingcenters.com/locations-staff/find-care-location/welcome/golden-livingcenter-waynesburg-pa.aspx

Primary Addresses
c/o Golden Living Center
300 Center Avenue
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Support and education group for family members and friends who provide care for persons with Alzheimer's disease, dementia and mind memory loss. The meeting place is in the dining hall of the facility.

Available Hours
First Tuesday of every month from 7:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or attend a meeting.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Amedisys Hospice
formerly known as Albert Gallatin Home Care & Hospice


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To help those that can no longer care for themselves remain in their home environment with our support and guidance.

History of Organization
over 30 years in your community, caring for those in need of our services. Greene, Fayette and Washington Counties

Accreditations and Licenses
Certified by the National Hospice and Palliative Association

Affiliations
Work closely with the Veterans Program to properly care for our patients that have sacrificed so much for our freeedoms.

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
Medicare, Medicaid, Private Insurances


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
(724) 439-4440 - Phone (Uniontown)
(724) 438-2072 - Fax (Uniontown)
(800) 245-4144 - Toll Free (Uniontown)
(724) 583-2680 - Phone (Masontown)
(866) 583-9675 - Toll Free (Masontown)
(724) 583-2685 - Fax (Masontown)

Web Addresses
www.amedisys.com

Primary Addresses
1368 Mall Run Road
Suite 624
Uniontown, PA 15401
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Additional Addresses
2183 McClellandtown Road
Masontown, PA 15461
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Service Information

Service Area
Fairchance, Farmington, Grindstone, Lemont Furnace, Markleysburg, New Salem, Smithfield, Smock & Uniontown

Service Description
Hospice Specialty Care, Skilled Nursing, Pain Management, Spiritual and Bereavement Support, Social Worker Support, Routine Home Care, Respite Care, Continuous Care, Nutritional Consult & Home Care Aide.

Available Hours
Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. On-call 24/7.

Fees/Cost for Services
Provided wherever a patient calls home, Amedisys Hospice Care is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, at no cost to eligible patients with Medicare, Medicaid or most commercial insurance through most providers. These services include: All medicines, medical equipment and supplies related to the hospice care diagnosis; Medication management to control pain and symptoms; Physician services to manage medications; Nursing and home health aide visits to provide direct care; Support through social work, counseling and chaplain services; Volunteer services to provide companionship; and Bereavement services for a minimum of 13 months after a loss.

Eligibility Requirements
The hospice care benefit is intended primarily for any individual with a terminal illness whose life expectancy is six months or less, should the illness run its usual course. However, the Medicare program recognizes that not all terminal illnesses have a predictable course; therefore, the benefit is available for extended periods of time beyond six months.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Hospice Volunteers are a special group of people that give of their time and talents to help address the greatest needs of our patients and their families. They are available to visit with you, provide support and help run errands. They also can assist with daily activities, and they may read, write letters, or reminisce with you and your loved ones about life’s many experiences. Their support both enhances the quality of life for patients and helps to relieve some of the demands that are often placed on caregivers.

American Cancer Society


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1.888.227.5445 - Tollfree
800-227-2345 - National Hotline

Web Addresses
www.cancer.org
www.relayforlife.org/relay/findevent - Relay for Life Events

Primary Addresses
331 South Main Street
Washington , PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Nationwide

Service Description
The American Cancer Society provides information, day-to-day help, and emotional support to people with cancer and their families. Please call to learn which programs are available in your area. We also provide information on the prevention and early detection of cancer.

Available Hours
Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (EST)

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Everyone is eligible to receive information. Program and service eligibility is for qualified cancer patients and their families, which will be determined on an individual basis.

Required Documentation
Will be determined on an individual basis.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Call for Discussion

American Civil Liberties Union
A.C.L.U.


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the ACLU is to preserve the following protections and guarantees: Your First Amendment rights- freedom of speech, association and assembly. Freedom of the press, and freedom of religion supported by the strict separation of church and state. Your right to equal protection under the law- equal treatment regardless of race, sex, religion or national origin. Your right to due process- fair treatment by the government whenever the loss of your liberty or property is at stake. Your right to property- freedom from unwarranted government intrusion into your personal and private affairs.

History of Organization
The ACLU was founded by Roger Baldwin, Crystal Eastman, Albert DeSilver and others in 1920.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-681-8707 - Fax
412.681.7736 - Phone
215-592-1513 - Headquarters for PA
1-877-744-2258 - Pittsburgh Toll free

E-mail(s)
info@aclupa.org- Pennsylvania Headquarters
pghinfo@aclupa.org- Pittsburgh Chapter

Web Addresses
www.aclu.org
www.aclupa.org - Pennsylvania Chapter

Primary Addresses
313 Atwood Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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Additional Addresses
P. O. Box 40008
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Focuses on constitutional violations in education, legislation and litigation. Speakers and printed materials are available. Covers issues including: Criminal Justice, Disability Rights, Drug Policy, Free Speech, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Immigrant Rights, Lesbian & Gay Rights, National Security, Police Practices, Prisoner's Rights, Privacy & Technology, Racial Justice, Religion & Belief, Reproductive Freedom, Rights of the Poor, Voting Rights, Women's Rights, Safe and Free at Home--Privacy Rights. Discrimination.

All complaints are handled via mail, fax, telephone and email.

Available Hours
9:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

American Diabetes Association


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the Association is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. To fulfill this mission, the American Diabetes Association funds research, publishes scientific findings, provides information and other services to people with diabetes, their families, health professionals and the public. The Association is also actively involved in advocating for scientific research and for the rights of people with diabetes.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Kevin L. Hagan - Chief Executive Officer

Contact Person(s)
Shereen Arent - Executive Vice President

Contact Number(s)
412.824.1181 - Phone
412.471.1315 - Fax
1-800-DIABETES - Tollfree

E-mail(s)
AskADA@diabetes.org- For diabetes-related questions or to request a diabetes information packet
pittsburgh@diabetes.org

Web Addresses
www.diabetes.org

Primary Addresses
100 West Station Square Drive
Suite 1900
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
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Additional Addresses
American Diabetes Association
ATTN: National Call Center
1701 North Beauregard Street
Alexandria, VA 22311
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Educational meetings & classes for the diabetic person & the family. Sponsors summer camps for children and adolescents. Literature, films and speakers available.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday; tollfree call center operates from 8:30 AM to 8 PM Monday - Friday.

Eligibility Requirements
Diabetics and their families; professionals, and the general public.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
There are 20.8 million children and adults in the United States with diabetes who need your time and skills. Make a difference in their lives by becoming a volunteer. As an American Diabetes Association volunteer, you can use your expertise and experience in leadership, business, health care, marketing, public relations, government relations or fund raising to make a vital difference. Get involved and help make a difference for children and adults affected by diabetes in your town. Visit the website for the application and more details.

American Heart Association and American Stroke Association


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is: "Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke."

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
(412) 208-3550 - Phone
(412) 208-3601 - Fax
1-888-478-7653

E-mail(s)
diana.cummings@heart.org

Web Addresses
www.americanheart.org

Primary Addresses
444 Liberty Avenue
Suite 1300
Four Gateway Center
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Additional Addresses
National Center
7272 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, TX 75231
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Service Information

Service Area
Pittsburgh Area

Service Description
The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

Provides the following services:

-Public education and information
-Blood pressure screening at specified community sites
-Heart health education programs for schools
-Preventive health promotions for businesses.

Also makes CPR class referrals and places a particular emphasis on cardiovascular diseases and strokes. Smoke Free Classes are availiable.

Fees/Cost for Services
Memberships are available.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

American Legion Post #330
James Farrell Post


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
George Barnhart - Post Commander

Contact Person(s)
Roy Abogast - Adjutant

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6333 - Phone

E-mail(s)
almpost330@windstream.net

Web Addresses
www.legion.org - Main website

Primary Addresses
676 E. High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides meeting rooms and recreational areas complete with T.V., bar, card tables, and pool table.

Available Hours
Monday-Thursday: 12:00 - 12:00
Friday and Saturday: 10:00 -2:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 12:00

Fees/Cost for Services
$25.00 Dues

Eligibility Requirements
Must have served in the U.S. armed services.

Required Documentation
Membership card and form DD-214

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

American Legion Post #400
Cumberland Post



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
William A. Ross Jr. - Post Commander

Contact Person(s)
William Varesko - Adjutant

Contact Number(s)
724-966-8730

E-mail(s)
rebar825@windstream.net

Web Addresses
www.legion.org - National website

Primary Addresses
205 E. George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Fees/Cost for Services
$30.00 Dues

American Legion Post #816
Brooks-Crago Post



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Robert Blaker - Post Commander

Contact Person(s)
Scot Lippencott - Adjutant

Contact Number(s)
724-592-6538

E-mail(s)
scot.lippencott@comcast.net

Web Addresses
www.legion.org - National website

Primary Addresses
133 Carmichaels Street
P. O. Box 25
Rices Landing, PA 15357
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene

Fees/Cost for Services
$25.00 Dues

American Legion Post #954
Filer-Sadlek



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Thomas Shumaker - Post Commander

Contact Person(s)
Thomas Huffman - Adjutant

Contact Number(s)
724-883-4144

Web Addresses
www.legion.org - National website

Primary Addresses
156 Franklin Street
P. O. Box 407
Jefferson, PA 15344
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene

Fees/Cost for Services
$25.00 Dues

American Legion Post #992
James T. Maxon


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
John Walters - Post Commander

Contact Person(s)
Phillip Koloff, Sr. - Adjutant

Contact Number(s)
724.324.2705 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.legion.org

Primary Addresses
319 Mt. Morris Road
Box 287
Mt. Morris, PA 15349
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The Legion provides the following services to all members:

-Provides a burial society, which provides honor guards at all members funerals
-Hosts fundraising dinners one Sunday each month
-Sponsors dances and participates in parades
-Also hosts various family activities for members throughout the year.

The hall is available for personal rent and use for weddings and parties.

Available Hours
Wednesday and Friday: 6:00 P.M. - 2:00 A.M.
Saturday and Sunday: 12:00 noon - 2:00 A.M.
Regular meetings are held at 8:00 P.M. every Wednesday night.

Fees/Cost for Services
$25.00 Dues

Eligibility Requirements
Must be a U.S. Military veteran

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

American Liver Foundation


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Suzanna Masartis - Division Vice-President

Contact Person(s)
Kara Hartner - Community Events Coordinator/W PA Chapter

Contact Number(s)
800.465.4837 - Phone
800.GOLIVER. - Phone
610-668-0152
412-434-7044 - Pittsburgh Office
412-434-7040 - Fax for Pittsburgh Office

Web Addresses
www.liverfoundation.org
www.liverfoundation.org/chapters/westernpa/ - Western PA Chapter

Primary Addresses
75 Maiden Lane
New York, NY 10038
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Additional Addresses
Suite 214
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
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Landmarks Building
Suite 215
100 W. Station Square Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Features a National health agency that is dedicated to preventing, treating, and curing hepatitis as well as all liver diseases through research, education and support groups. Individual services include:

-Reaching out to others through local chapters
-Public education
-Patient education
-Professional education
-Information center.

Available Hours
24 hour hotline in effect.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone who is in need of services.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for information


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

American Lung Association of Pennsylvania


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through Education, Advocacy and Research. With the generous support of the public, we are "Fighting for Air." When you join the American Lung Association in the fight for healthy lungs and healthy air, you help save lives today and keep America healthy tomorrow.

History of Organization
For over 100 years, the American Lung Association has led the fight for healthy lungs and healthy air. Today, our fight is more important than ever. Now in our second century, the American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives, improve lung health and prevent lung disease. The American Lung Association is "Fighting for Air" through research, education and advocacy.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1.800.586.4872 - Lung Hotline
202.785.3355 - American Lung Association
717.541.5864 - Harrisburg Division Phone

E-mail(s)
info@lunginfo.org

Web Addresses
www.lungusa.org

Primary Addresses
55 W. Wacker Drive
Suite 1150
Chicago, IL 60601
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Additional Addresses
3001 Gettysburg Rd
Camp Hill, PA 17011
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
The American Lung Association fights lung disease in all its forms. Special emphasis is placed on asthma, tobacco control, and environmental health.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone who is in need of services.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

American Medical Association
AMA


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Mission: To promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health. Core Values: Leadership; Excellence; Integrity; and Ethical Behavior. Vision: To be an essential part of the professional life of every physician. The American Medical Association helps doctors help patients by uniting physicians nationwide to work on the most important professional and public health issues.

Affiliations
AMA Alliance: American Medical Association Alliance, the largest, most influential grassroots organization representing physicians' spouses nationwide; AMA Foundation: The AMA Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the American Medical Association.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
312.464.5000 - Phone
800-621-8335 - Tollfree

Web Addresses
www.ama-assn.org

Primary Addresses
AMA Plaza
330 N. Wabash Ave.
Chicago,, IL 60611
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Upon written request, computer printouts regarding physicians and their qualifications will be mailed to the inquirer.

Also doubles as the publishers of the JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), which contains the latest medical research.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Write or call.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

American Red Cross of Southwestern Pennsylvania


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers, will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. The American Red Cross Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter serves more than 1.6 million individuals in Allegheny, Fayette, Greene and Washington Counties.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Donations


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Patricia Waldinger - Chief Executive Officer of Southwestern PA Chapter

Contact Number(s)
888-217-9599 - Pittsburgh--Headquarters for SWPA
800-733-2767 - National Hotline

E-mail(s)
info.wpa@redcross.org

Web Addresses
swpa.redcross.org

Primary Addresses
2801 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Additional Addresses
90 W Chestnut St
Washington, PA 15301
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748 High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Southwestern PA (Allegheny, Fayette, Greene and Washington Counties)

Service Description
International Services - Assists in international tracings of those individuals who are separated by conflict.

Health and Safety Services - Offers life-saving classes to the community and businesses. Such classes include First Aid, CPR, AED, and many more.

Volunteer Services - Works with the community to provide the many services of the American Red Cross through internships, community service hours, etc.

Armed Forces Emergency Services - Sends emergency communications from the military families to those serving in the armed forces.

Disaster Services - Assists disaster victims with their immediate emergency needs.

Blood Services - Offers locations within the County to donate the life-saving blood that is needed.

Available Hours
Our phone answers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays).

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for more information


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
The Red Cross proactively recruits, trains and places volunteers who make invaluable contributions, from the front lines of a disaster to the background of office support. There are many different ways you can help the American Red Cross complete its mission. Here are just a few of our local volunteer opportunities: Disaster Action Team, Disaster Public Affairs Team, International Services, Armed Forces Emergency Services, Health & Safety Services, Senior Volunteer Programs, Professional Services, Office Support & General Services, Retired & Senior Volunteer Program and Foster Grandparent Program. Visit the website for more information and to apply.

American Stroke Association


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Division of the American Heart Association

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The American Stroke Association's goal is to reduce stroke and risk by 25 percent by 2010. Vision Statement: We envision a world where stroke is minimized and ultimately eliminated as a major health problem. We look forward to a world where risk factors are reduced and rapid treatment is obtained. We strive to change the landscape of healthcare delivery so that optimal care and maximum recovery are achieved for those who do suffer a stroke.

History of Organization
The American Stroke Association is the division of the American Heart Association that's solely focused on reducing disability and death from stroke through research, education, fundraising and advocacy.

Affiliations
To fight stroke, the American Stroke Association works closely with the American Heart Association's affiliates nationwide.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
888.478.7653 - Tollfree

Web Addresses
www.strokeassociation.org

Primary Addresses
7272 Greenville Avenue
Dallas,, TX 75231
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
This association provides information and referrals to local self-help groups for people who have had a stroke and for their families.

Pamphlets and other information can be obtained for no charge by calling the toll free number.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

AmeriCorps
Corporation for National and Community Service


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The AmeriCorps Pledge: I will get things done for America - to make our people safer, smarter and healthier. I will bring Americans together to strengthen our communities. Faced with apathy, I will take action. Faced with conflict, I will seek common ground. Faced with adversity, I will persevere. I will carry this commitment with me this year and beyond. I am an AmeriCorps member, and I will get things done.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Pat Schwartz - Executive Director

Bernard Brown - State Program Director for PA Office

Contact Number(s)
866-783-2237 - Faith Based & Community Initiative Hotline
800.942.2677 - Tollfree-individuals wishing to join Americorps
202.606.5000 - Phone
215-964-6350 - CNCS State Office

E-mail(s)
questions@americorps.gov
info@cns.gov

Web Addresses
www.americorps.gov
questions.nationalservice.gov - Ask Questions via Webform

Primary Addresses
1201 New York Avenue, NW
Washington,, DC 20525
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Additional Addresses
The Curtis Center
601 Walnut Street
Suite 876 E
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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1306 Labor and Industry Building
Harrisburg, PA 17121
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Americorps members serve with more than 2,000 nonprofits, public agencies, and faith-based community organizations. Since 1994, more than 400,000 men and women have provided needed assistance to millions of Americans across the nation through their AmeriCorps service.

AmeriCorps opens the door for citizens to serve in a variety of ways. Through their service and the volunteers they mobilize, AmeriCorps members address critical needs in communities throughout America, including: tutoring and mentoring disadvantaged youth, fighting illteracy, improving health services, building affordable housing, teaching computer skills, cleaning parks and streams, managing or operating after-school programs, helping communities respond to disasters and building organizational capacity.

Available Hours
24 hour recorded answering machine.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be a U.S. citizen, but age requirements vary from program to program.

Required Documentation
Proof of citizenship as well as proof of age.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
There are three programs with which to volunteer. The first is AmeriCorps*State or AmeriCorps*National, which support a broad range of local service programs that engage thousands of Americans in intensive service to meet critical community needs. The second is AmeriCorps*VISTA, which provides full-time members to community organizations and public agencies to create and expand programs that build capacity and ultimately bring low-income individuals and communities out of poverty. The third and final one is AmeriCorps*NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps), which is a full-time residential program for men and women, ages 18-24, that strengthens communities while developing leaders through direct, team-based national and community service.

AmeriCorps VISTA Program
Volunteers in Service to America


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corporation for National and Community Service

Funding Sources
Federal


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-942-2677 - Phone

E-mail(s)
questions@americorps.gov

Web Addresses
www.americorps.gov/about/programs/vista.asp

Primary Addresses
1201 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20525
Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Recruitment services for the VISTA Program (Volunteer in Service to America).

AmeriCorps VISTA is the national service program designed specifically to fight poverty. Founded as Volunteers in Service to America in 1965 and incorporated into the AmeriCorps network of programs in 1993, VISTA has been on the front lines in the fight against poverty in America for more than 40 years.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
18 yrs. and older

Required Documentation
Call for details

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

AMI, Inc. of Washington County
AMI, Inc.-Wash. County Site


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Diana McKinney - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.228.5211 - Phone
724.228.6321 - Fax

E-mail(s)
amiincwc@verizon.net

Primary Addresses
907 Jefferson Avenue
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington County

Service Description
Provides mental health resocialization through regularly scheduled and informal activities. Through these activities, clients acquire improved self-confidence, orientation to the community, accountability for their actions, and learns self-discipline.

Provides psychiatric rehabilitation. Consumers can choose goals, develop skills, and receive support to be successful where they live, learn, work, and socialize.

Available Hours
Socialization:
Tuesday and Thursday: 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Friday: 8:30 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. Psychiatric Rehabilitation:
Monday and Wednesday: 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Fees/Cost for Services
No fee for clients.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be at least age 18 or older with a primary diagnosis of mental disorder. Consumer chooses to participate in program.

Required Documentation
Referral through MH/MR base service unit.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call agency or ask a mental health worker to refer.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
No

Volunteer Description
Assist with or lead leisure activites, create lesson plans, and facilitate rehabilitation groups, to name a few.

Amnesty International (Pbg., Group 39)
AI


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
AI's vision is of a world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Eve Wider - Western PA Coordinator
ewider@gmail.com

E-mail(s)
info@amnestypgh.org

Web Addresses
www.amnestypgh.org

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 8112
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Amnesty International is fiercely dedicated to:

-Freeing prisoners of conscience
-Gaining fair trials for political prisoners
-Ending torture, political killings, and "disappearances,"
-And working to abolish the death penalty throughout the world.

Available Hours
Local Group Meeting: Second Monday of every month at 7:00 PM Hosted by Amnesty International Local Group at 39 First Unitarian Church Shadyside (corner of Ellsworth and Morewood Ave) Pittsburgh, PA

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Email or come to a meeting.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association of W. PA


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the ALS Association is to lead the right to cure and treat ALS through global, cutting-edge research and to empower people with Lou Gehrig's disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Eric Zydel - Board President

Merritt Holland Spier - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
800.967.9296 - Tollfree
412-821-3254 - Phone

E-mail(s)
info@cure4als.org

Web Addresses
www.cure4als.org

Primary Addresses
416 Lincoln Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15209-2670
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Self help support group for persons with Amyotrophic Lateral Scerosis, a progressive muscular disease and their families. Services include: Consultation with Healthcare Professionals Equipment Loan Closet Generating Device 80/20 Program The Norma Simon Equipment and Nutritional Supplement Program Respite/Home Care Program Transportation Program Care Connection Program Caregiver Appreciation Weekend ALS Bulletin...Keeping you posted Resource Groups Multidisciplinary Clinics Lending Library Educational Symposia

Available Hours
Office Hours: 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in with ALS

Required Documentation
Physician's Diagnosis

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or website


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To ensure that no patient in need is denied access to distant specialized medical evaluation, diagnosis, treatment or rehabilitation for lack of a means of long-distance medical air transportation.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-296-3797 - Patients Needing Help
757-318-7149 - Administrative Office

E-mail(s)
info@angel-flight.org

Web Addresses
www.angelflightmidatlantic.org

Primary Addresses
4620 Haygood Road
Suite 1
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
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Service Information

Service Area
Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic provides medical air transport for patients departing from: District of Columbia, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennyslvania, Virginia and West Virginia.

Service Description
Angel Flight is a non-profit organization serving patients in need and their families. They provide air transport to specialized medical facilities for evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.

Available Hours
Monday - Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit website to request travel assistance.

Another Way, Inc.



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Sonya Mowry - Director

Contact Number(s)
724.329.7900 - Phone
724.329.7905 - Fax

E-mail(s)
anotherway@qcol.com

Primary Addresses
708 Nelson Road
Farmington, PA 15437
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description
- A 30 bed addiction halfway house program designed to meet the special needs of men

- A peaceful, serene atmosphere that contributes to healing & recovery

- Daily meditation designed to stimulate recovery

- Group & individual therapy (Peer groups included)

- Didactic presentations

- Training for assertiveness

- Art, music, pet, horticulture, and family therapy

- AA/NA meetings

- Intensive case management

- Individual treatment planning

Eligibility Requirements
Must be a male of age 21 or older.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Appliance Pickup Program
Jaco Enviromental


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
West Penn Power, Duquesne Light and FirstEnergy

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
877-270-3521 - Call to Schedule Pick-up

Web Addresses
www.wattchoices.com - Dusquesne Light Co.
www.energysavePA.com - First Energy
www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/west_penn_power.html - West Penn Power


Service Information

Service Area
Western PA

Service Description
Service Description List Western Pennsylvania residents now have the opportunity to save some money and unload those old energy-wasting refrigerators and freezers. Simply call 1-877-270-3521 and schedule a pick-up. Participants will receive a $35 or $50 rebate through this program, which is jointly sponsored by West Penn Power, Dusquesne Light and FirstEnergy. The appliance will be removed from customer's homes at no charge and then be safely dismantled and recycled in an environmentally responsible manner. Working room air conditioners will also be accepted. The program allows the removal of two units per household.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Apprenticeship and Training, Bureau of
US Dept. of Labor


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the Employment and Training Administration is to contribute to the more efficient functioning of the U.S. labor market by providing high quality job training, employment, labor market information, and income maintenance services primarily through state and local workforce development systems. The vision is to promote pathways to economic liberty for individuals and families working to achieve the American Dream. On behalf of American taxpayers, the Employment and Training Administration will administer effective programs that have at their core the goals of enhanced employment opportunities and business prosperity.

Legal Structure
Federal Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Peter Von Getzie - Acting Director
717-787-3681
717-787-0517
petgetzie@pa.gov

Contact Number(s)
1-800-932-0665 - Phone - General Information
717-787-4671 - Harrisburg Office

Web Addresses
oa.doleta.gov/
www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/labor_law_compliance/10515/apprenticeship_and_training/564353 - PA Apprenticeship and Training

Primary Addresses
Frances Perkins Building
200 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20210
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Additional Addresses
651 Boas St.
Harrisburg, PA 17121
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Service Information

Service Area
Region II office covers: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.

Service Description
Oversees the statewide apprenticeship program, which includes the certification of apprentices who have completed their on-the-job training and related technical instruction.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
None.

Eligibility Requirements
Any worker interested in becoming an apprentice.

Required Documentation
Social Security card.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
The services are accessible through local Job Center.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

APPRISE


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
SWPA Area Agency on Aging

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Leslie Grenfell - Executive Director
724-489-8080

Contact Person(s)
Kathleen Gustine, Esq. - Division Director - Legal Services for the Elderly
724-489-8085

Timothy Landrin - Division Director - Long-Term Care
724-489-8080

Contact Number(s)
724-489-8080 - Phone - Administration
1-800-537-2424 - Protective Services Hotline
724-430-4603 - Fayette County Office
724-852-1510 - Greene County Office
724-228-7080 - Washington County Office
1-888-300-2704 - Toll-free

E-mail(s)
contact@swpa-aaa.org

Web Addresses
www.swpa-aaa.org

Primary Addresses
S. W. PA Agency on Aging
305 Chamber Plaza
Charleroi, PA 15022-1607
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Additional Addresses
93 East High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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137 North Beeson Avenue
Uniontown, PA 15401
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150 West Beau Street
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
The APPRISE Program is a health insurance counseling service that helps older adults understand their health insurance options and make sound decisions about what is best for them. The APPRISE Coordinator can provide reliable, unbiased and understandable health insurance information to questions regarding Medicare, Medicaid, Medigap, Medicare Prescription Discount Cards, long-term care insurance, filing appeals and preventative care.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
All Medicare recipients

Required Documentation
All relevant health insurance documents.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call the contact number(s)


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Volunteer counselors are especially trained to work with the APPRISE Coordinator to effectively counsel Medicare beneficiaries who have questions or problems with either Medicare, Medicaid, supplemental insurance, long-term care insurance or other public or private insurance options.

ARC of W PA


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
AAdvantage, Inc.

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Arc Human Services A not-for-profit provider of employment, training, housing and support services to individuals with developmental disabilities in the western PA region. Our primary goal is to assist people with disabilities of all ages to live fulfilling lives in the community. We are committed to providing effective, cost efficient supports and services to individuals and their families.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.745.3010 - Phone
724.745.3383 - Fax

E-mail(s)
info@aadvantageinc.org

Web Addresses
www.arcofwpa.org

Primary Addresses
Foxpointe Centre, Suite 200
201 South Johnson Road
Houston, PA 15342
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description

Services include:

-Advocacy and child day camp(Camp Laughalot)
-Community residential living
-Job training placement
-Sheltered workshop
-Supported employment
-Vocational rehabilitation and evaluation
-2176 waiver residential and home based
-Children and home services

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday

Eligibility Requirements
Membership organization open to anyone. For services: ages 18 years of age.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

ARC, Greene
Greene County Association for Retarded Citizens


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of Greene Arc is to promote the independence and employment of individuals with disabilities. Day services include: vocational assessment and training, supported employment, adult development training and sheltered employment. Residential services include: community living, family living and independent living. Mental Health Recovery, Peer Support, and Psych Rehabilitation.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Cynthia L. Dias - Executive Director
cdias@greenearc.org

Contact Person(s)
Mary Keim - Director of Residential and Program Specialist Services
mkeim@greenearc.org

Lisa Pollock - Director of Humans Resources

Travis Duncan - Director of Mental Health Services

Meredith Gagich - Psychiatric Rehabilitation Specialist

Contact Number(s)
724.627.5511 - Phone
724.852.1764 - Fax
724.852.1471 - Phone

E-mail(s)
cdias@greenearc.org

Web Addresses
greenearc.org

Primary Addresses
197 Dunn Station Road
Prosperity, PA 15329
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County and surrounding areas

Service Description
Greene Arc is a private, nonprofit agency that provides vocational, residential, day support and advocacy services to individuals with disabilities. Main program categories include: Home & Community, Vocational Services, Pre-Vocational Services, Mental Health Recovery, Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Residential.

Greene Arc is a nonprofit agency that provides vocational, residential, day support, mental health recovery, and advocacy services to individuals with disabilities. Main program categories include: Home & Community, Vocational Services, Pre-Vocational Services, Mental Health Recovery, Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Peer Support, and Residential.

Pre-Vocation Services include: Document Destruction (paper shredding services), Recycling and Food Preparation.

Special projects: Greene ARC fudge in several flavors to order, Car Detailing and Lanyards made to order in a variety of colors (perfect for holding your glasses or employee name tags). Call 724-852-5511 Ext 113 to place orders or schedule an appointment for having your car detailed.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Some fees may be charged depending on the type of service desired.

Eligibility Requirements
Eligibility may depend on the desired program. Please contact the agency itself for a list of eligibility requirements.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call to make an appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Day program aides are needed five days a week. Criminal background checks are required and all interested volunteers must have no communicatable diseases. Volunteer interests are matched with the appropriate programs.

Area Agency on Aging, Greene County Office


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
PAAAA's Mission is a statement of its commitment to act as an advocate for the aging -- promoting the continued physical, social, and economic self-sufficiency of Pennsylvania's seniors. It pursues elders' right to choice and dignity in daily living; and strives to furnish its Members with the essential informational/ educational resources to deliver quality service toward this end.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Leslie Grenfell - Executive Director
724-489-8080

Contact Person(s)
Nancy Riggle

Contact Number(s)
724.852.1510 - Phone
724.852.1591 - Fax
1-888-300-2704 - Toll-free

E-mail(s)
contact@swpa-aaa.org

Web Addresses
www.swpa-aaa.org

Primary Addresses
93-B East High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides direct services such as legal, support, and long-term care.
Also provides subcontracted services such as center, transportation, support, long-term care, respite services, meals-on-wheels, homemaker and choreworker services, and service planning.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale for selected services; donations accepted.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be at least age 60 or over or have a spouse of the same qualification. Employment services for ages 55 and over only.

Required Documentation
Proof of age

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Art Institute of Pittsburgh



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
George Sebolt - President

Contact Number(s)
1-877-872-8869

Web Addresses
www.aionline.edu/ - Online Training Programs

Primary Addresses
420 Boulevard of the Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Service Description List Service Description List Some of the courses available here include: -The Art of Visual Communications -Photography -Interior Design -Fashion Design -Fashion Retail -Culinary -Music and Video Business -Industrial Design Technology.

Available Hours
Day and evening classes

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies according to types and numbers of classes enrolled in.

Eligibility Requirements
Must have at least a G.E.D. or a High School Diploma.

Required Documentation
G.E.D. or High School Diploma and a student application.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Arthritis Foundation Western Pennsylvania


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the Arthritis Foundation is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Ann Palmer - President & CEO

Contact Number(s)
412.566.1645 - Phone
412-539-1182 - Fax

E-mail(s)
cpopp@arthritis.org

Web Addresses
www.arthritis.org/western-pennsylvania/

Primary Addresses
Foster Plaza #11
790 Holiday Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
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Service Information

Service Area
Western Pennsylvania

Service Description
Provides the following services to anyone in need: -Arthritis Helpline -Arthritis self-help courses -Swim programs -Resource directory and physician referral list -Camping program for children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Most services are free.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of service.

Required Documentation
Medical records may be required for some programs.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Assessment Office, Greene County


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Mary Ann Lou Lewis - Chief Assessor
724-852-5240

Contact Person(s)
Melody Lesko - Administrative Assistant
724-852-5242

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5211 - Phone
724-852-5383 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us - County website

Primary Addresses
Greene County Office Building
93 E. High Street
Room 201
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The assessor is a county official who, through field agents and office staff, makes estimates of the value of real property owned by citizens in the county and levies taxes upon the property. Tax rates are based upon percentages allowable by state and all assessment records are open to the public. This office also would handle requests regarding the Homestead Act.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Assessments are free

Eligibility Requirements
Must currently be a property owner.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Audiology and Speech Pathology, VAMC


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Legal Structure
Federal Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
866-482-7488
412-822-2222 - Pittsburgh Office
1-877-222-VETS (8387) - Healthcare

Web Addresses
www.pittsburgh.va.gov/

Primary Addresses
University Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15240
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Evaluation and nonmedical rehabilitation of veterans with communications disorders. Provides diagnostic tests which measure the hearing function of patients and they are fitted with hearing aids or other assistive devices as needed. Counseling and guidance also available.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free for most services, but a small co-pay fee may be required for others.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be a U.S. military veteran

Required Documentation
Military discharge papers and form DD-214

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Volunteers must complete a training course before working with the veterans or other tasks.

Autism Society of Pgh. Inc


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The right of a family to learn about and then select options they feel are most appropriate for their autistic family members is as basic as the family itself. It is rooted deeply in the very foundation of our American republic. An advocacy organization such as ours that holds such a position is then compelled to devote its highest priorities to: (1) encouraging, expanding and developing excellence in a continuum of service options, and (2) providing thorough information on ALL options to parents, families and to the caring professionals who work with their special needs individuals.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
donations


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Daniel Torisky - President/CEO

Contact Number(s)
412.856.7428 - Fax
412.856.7223 - Phone

E-mail(s)
info@autismsocietypgh.org

Web Addresses
www.autismsocietypgh.org

Primary Addresses
4371 Northern Pike
Monroeville, PA 15146
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Creates new programs and activities for autistic persons. Programs offers, but not limited to, speakers, trainings, etc.

Services include: Advocacy, Information, and refferal for families and professionals dealing with Autism.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free. Membership available upon request.

Eligibility Requirements
Individuals who are diagnosed with autism as well as their families.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Automated Health Systems
AHS


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
By combining propietary computer applications with culturally-sensitive outreach and education activities, we successfully integrate medical and social services in order to promote health and prevent disease. Our approach is designed to bring together the health care professionals who provide the services, the families who utilize the services, and the funding sources underwriting the cost The skill set we bring to these initiatives includes expertise in consumer and community outreach and education, provider relations, a variety of training programs, member services, quality assurance, childhood lead poisoning prevention projects, claims processing, tracking and reporting systems materials development, and data analysis.

History of Organization
Automated Health Systems was founded in 1979 with the initial goal of providing states with the systems and manpower necessary to meet the requirements of the Federally mandated Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program. Within a little less than a year and a half of its founding, AHS was administering EPSDT Programs in Maryland and Pennsylvania. As our reputation and expertise grew, we expanded our EPSDT purview to Indiana and began to assist states with other health care related activities such as childhood lead poisoning prevention projects, and projects designed to provide health care through Title V initiatives.

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Joseph W. Nocito, CPA - Chief Executive Officer

Contact Number(s)
412-367-1213 - Fax
412-367-3030 - Phone
800-506-3032 - Toll-free

E-mail(s)
ahsinfo@automated-health.com

Web Addresses
www.automated-health.com

Primary Addresses
300 Arcadia Court
9370 McKnight Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Administers EPSDT (Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment) Program which includes:

-Physical exams
-Hearing/vision tests
-Immunization shots
-Growth and development assessment
-Dental exams
-Routine lab work
-Help with scheduling doctor's appointments.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Children ages birth to 21 who are currently receiving Medicaid.

Required Documentation
Medicaid card

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Avis Arbor


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Washington City Mission

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To share Christ, to shelter, to heal, and to restore the homeless to independent living - without discrimination.

History of Organization
Since 1941, when Burt McCausland, a local businessman and minister, opened a storefront soup kitchen and chapel for neighbors who became impoverished during the Depression, the Washington City Mission has remained strong.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Donations


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dean Gartland - President

Contact Number(s)
724.222.3510 - Fax
724.222.8530 - Phone
724.222.8530 ext. 210 - Phone - Immediate Need of Shelter

Web Addresses
www.citymission.org

Primary Addresses
84 West Wheeling Street
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene Counties

Service Description
Also assists individuals with contacting other community agencies for additional services if necessary or needed.

Provides shelter, food, clothing for homeless women age 18 and older and women with children (no boys over age 10).

"Through Christ-centered teaching, counseling, work therapy, social service assistance, and life skills programs, the Mission seeks to restore a person's dignity and self-respect and to return them to the mainstream of society."

Available Hours
24 Hour Service

Fees/Cost for Services
None, but donations are gladly accepted.

Eligibility Requirements
Shelter service, women 18 yrs. and older, women with children (no boys over the age of ten), homeless.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Ways to Volunteer: Regular Weekly Volunteer - You may commit to a specific volunteer position each week. We have many volunteer opportunities in the administration office. On-Call Volunteer - Many volunteers choose to be available as needed for jobs such as baking cookies, painting, addressing envelopes, doing repairs around the Mission, assisting with holiday inventories, special events and more. Monthly Church Volunteer - Your church can participate in leading chapel, morning devotions or Bible study times once or twice each month at the Men's Shelter or Avis Arbor, our shelter for women and children. Collection Drives and Benefits - Some prefer to organize drives or benefits for Washington City Mission's food pantries, infirmary, free clothing rooms, school supplies distribution, etc., at their place of business, church or school.

AXIOM Family Counseling Services, Inc.


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
At Axiom our purpose is to provide competent mental health services in accordance with best care practices and ethical standards. In order to adhere to our commitment our staff receives the highest level of support and training. Treatment is tailored to meet the individual's needs. Clients are full participants in the decision-making and treatment planning process. A multi-system approach is utilized to incorporate other individuals and systems that are involved in the client's life. We strive to be culturally competent and understand the importance of a client's culture on his/her world view and the effect it has on behavior. The overall goal of Axiom is to provide services that facilitate client's desired change that leads to an improvement in their overall quality of life.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-627-0795 - Fax
724-627-0608 - Phone

Web Addresses
http://www.axiomfamilycounseling.com/index.html

Primary Addresses
95 East High Street
Suite 342
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Description
Axiom Family Counseling Services provides therapeutic interventions including adult and childhood psychiatric and psychological evaluations, medication management, individual and family therapy and support groups.

Psychological evaluations are completed by competent evaluators who use assessments and best practice procedures for diagnosis and reccomendations. A child and adolescent psychiatrist is on staff delivering services and staff consultation.

A competent team of therapists is on staff providing counseling that meets each client's individual needs. Support groups are facilitated to meet the needs of individuals requiring peer support as well as therapeutic intervention.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Back In Action Chiropractic Health Center
Dr. Phillip Woods


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Our chiropractor provides gentle, caring services for all ages with the newest, state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment procedures. Offering fast, effective pain relief to those suffering from back pain, neck pain, headaches, shoulder pain, leg & arm pain, carpal tunnel pain, and more. Chiropractic is also a highly effective preventative health care service. Our goal is to educate patients on the countless benefits of regular Chiropractic care to maintain optimal health.

History of Organization
Dr. Woods, a native of Greene County, is a 1997 graduate of New York Chiropractic College. After practicing for nearly 2 years in Lousiville, Kentucky, Dr. Woods returned home to Greene County in January of 1999 and opened Back In Action Chiropractic Health Center. The office was originally located on Bill George Drive, behind the former A Touch Of Spirit Christian Gift Shop. In May of 2004, the office was relocated to its current location at 35 North Porter Street, behind McCracken Pharmacy.

Accreditations and Licenses
Doctor of Chiropractic & License to perform Adjunctive Therapies.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dr. Jay Rambaugh

Contact Number(s)
724-852-1624 - Office Phone
724-852-1592 - Office Fax

E-mail(s)
rumbacknaction@gmail.com

Primary Addresses
35 N. Porter Street
(Behind McCracken Pharmacy)
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County and surrounding areas.

Available Hours
Monday, Friday, Saturday: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM. Tuesday, Thursday: 8:00 - 6:30 PM Wednesday: CLOSED

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone who wants to obtain optimal health!

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call 724-852-1624 to schedule an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Street level front door access.

Speaker Available
Yes

Bair Foundation of Pennsylvania


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
As a nationally recognized leader in the field of children & family services, The Bair Foundation has 37 offices operating in 8 states. The Bair Foundation strives to offer more children and teens safe, secure and nurturing living experiences that uphold Christian values and promote healing and growth. Through a myriad of programs and services they address and meet the unique needs of children and families in crisis.

History of Organization
In 1967, Bill and Marilyn Bair, answering the call of the Lord in their lives, began taking troubled teens into their own home. In a little town called New Wilmington in the state of Pennsylvania, troubled youth began to learn about love, faith and family at the home of Bill and Marilyn Bair.

Accreditations and Licenses
The Bair Foundation is accredited by the Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services (COA).

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
The Bair Foundation is a Christian, non-profit agency that has successfully cared for and treated children, teens and families for over 40 years.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-543-7058 - Phone
724- 946-9612 - Fax
724-946-8711 - Phone

E-mail(s)
info@bair.org

Web Addresses
www.bair.org

Primary Addresses
241 High Street
New Wilmington, PA 16142
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Adoption -- Through adoption services children are able to move toward permanency. An adoptive home study and child profile is completed for foster children already in The Bair Foundation foster program and children in the care of other foster care programs under the request of Children, Youth and Family services

Medically Needy Foster Care -- Medical Foster Care is a program for children, youth and families whose special medical needs are met through services delivered by treatment foster parents who are trained, supervised and supported by staff and medical professionals.

Treatment Foster Care -- Treatment foster care is a program for children, youth and families whose special behavioral/emotional/social needs are met through services delivered by treatment of foster parents who are trained, supervised and supported by agency staff.

Emergency Foster Care -- Emergency Foster Care is temporary, safe, community based environment for children in the state’s custody that are between the ages of 0 to 5 years. The child whose living situation has been disrupted due to neglect or abuse, to the extent that children are unable to reside with their biological parents or legal guardians or continue to reside where they are living at the time of placement. Emergency foster care is a short-term, temporary living situation, until longer term arrangements can be made.

Kinship Care -- Kinship care is defined as full time care, nurturing and protection of children by relative, members of their tribes or clan, godparents, stepparents or any adult who has a kinship bond with a child. Kinship Care allows a child to grow into adulthood in a familiar family environment. The service is designed for children and their kinship and/or biological parents when parental care has been determined to be inadequate or when a voluntary plan with a kinship caregiver is in place until reunification or another permanent alternative is achieved. The service is available to children to affirm their connections to family, community and culture through a kinship care placement.

Independent Living Services -- The transition to independence is certainly a challenge which awakens separation anxiety common to all individuals. For young people in foster care, this challenge may be more difficult as there is often no legacy of security and love. The Bair Foundation desires to facilitate a positive transition by preparing foster adolescents for independence through the use of supervised individual living services in a supportive environment. This program is for children currently in care with The Bair Foundation who meet the eligibility requirements.

Parent Empowerment Program -- The Parents Empowerment Program (P.E.P.) is a Bair Foundation program developed to provide parenting instruction to family members involved with CYS and other social service agencies.

In Home Services -- In-Home Services is a program for families in crisis. Without intervention, the unsafe home environment places children at risk and may necessitate their removal from the home to substitute care. Intervention is provided in the home environment utilizing a multisystemic approach. In situations where children have already been removed from the home, the In Home Services Program can provide after-care for families whose children are transitioning back into their homes.

Assessment Home -- Therapeutic assessment services is a program for children and youth by which their needs and subsequent service levels are assessed within a 45-day period of time by various professionals and highly trained treatment foster parents and agency staff.

Outpatient Services -- Our outpatient program is designed to help families during crisis or to offer enhancement in specific areas of need. Before placement of a child occurs outside the home, outpatient personnel provide intervention through a multi-systematic treatment approach with the purpose of maintaining the family unit.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Baptist Homes of W. PA


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Vision Statement: Baptist Homes will be the premier organization in Western Pennsylvania that delivers the highest quality of senior living in an independent or supportive environment, while always uplifting one person at a time. Mission Statement: Building on our 90 year tradition of excellence, Baptist Homes offers a full continuum of enriched living compassionate care, and benevolence to a broad spectrum of individuals. We promote a lifestyle of growth, creativity and independence, while respecting the dignity and self determination of those living and working in our Christian communities.

Affiliations
The American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, the Pennsylvania Association of Non-Profit Homes for the Aging and the American Baptist Church

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.563.6550 - Phone

E-mail(s)
info@baptisthomes.org

Web Addresses
www.baptisthomes.org

Primary Addresses
489 Castle Shannon Boulevard
Castle Shannon, PA 15234
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Residential Services include all of the following:

-Provides assisted living and personal care services
-Meals cooked
-Housekeeping
-Miscellaneous activities

Nursing Home Services include:

-Provides intermediate and skilled care through a professional rehabilitation program.

Available Hours
Office Hours: 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday
24 hour nursing and residential care available.

Fees/Cost for Services
Actual fees are dependant on the level of care that is needed. Medicare and Medicaid are accepted.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be at least 65 years of age or older and obtain a referral from physician.

Required Documentation
Call for more information.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Assist at special events and activities; distribute flyers, flowers or packages; accompany residents on trips outside the facility; lead arts, crafts, or sewing activities; become a member of the Baptist Homes Auxilary; greet visitors and answer phones at front desk; assist the Golf Outing committee with our annual event; transport residents in Baptist Homes vehicles; photograph residents and events; assist residents with e-mail and Internet access; visit one-on-one; assist in the gift shop; or escort residents to therapy, chapel and activities.

Bar Association, Greene County



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
- President

Contact Person(s)
Sheila Rode - District Court Administrator

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5237 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.pabar.org

Primary Addresses
c/o Court Administrator
Greene County Courthouse
10 E. High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Maintains lists of attorneys who practice in the area and their specialities.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F. Scheduled meetings.

Eligibility Requirements
Greene County lawyers.

Required Documentation
Lawyers must be licensed to practice in PA.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bates Fork Baptist Church



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Christy Wise - Reverend

Contact Number(s)
724.627.3966 - Phone

E-mail(s)
wisefour@windstream.net

Primary Addresses
P.O. Box 1
Sycamore, PA 15364
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, WVU Dept. of
Chestnut Ridge Outpatient Services


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
West Virginia University and West Virginia University Hospitals

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Vision: The West Virginia University School of Medicine Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry will be nationally recognized as a leader among academic programs by cultivating a tradition of excellence and innovation in education, patient care, research, and service to the state. Mission: To improve the health of West Virginians by educating mental health professionals; providing state of the art patient care; conducting basic science, clinical, translational and rural public health research; and by offering a variety of supportive mental health services to our residents.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Carl R. Sullivan - Vice Chair, Addictions Program

Marc Haut - Interim Chair, Neuropsychology Program Director & Research Advisor

Kevin Larkin - Psychology Department Chair, Professor

Laura Lander - Chair of Research Committee and SW Section Chief

James Berry, DO - Medical Director

Contact Number(s)
304-598-4214 - Outpatient Call Center
304-598-6400 - Chestnut Ridge Center
304-293-5323 - Chestnut Ridge Phone

Web Addresses

medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/bmed/

Primary Addresses
930 Chestnut Ridge Road
Morgantown, WV 26505
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Includes board certified faculty physicians from the WVU School of Medicine, resident physicians completing advanced training in psychiatry, psychologists, and social workers who are speciality trained in mental health.

Care is provided for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults individually, in groups, or with families with such programs as:

Addiction Intensive Outpatient Program: Groups meet three times a week with our multidisciplinary team for six to nine hours for a period of six weeks
Anxiety Clinics
Assessment and Evaluations
ADHD Clinic
Child and Adolescent Parenting Services
Depression Clinics
Eating Disorders
Forensic Evaluations
Individual and Group Therapy
Marital and Family Therapy
Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing
Sleep Laboratory
Thought Disorders Clinic
Workers Compensation


Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies depending on service rendered; accepts PA medical assistance, Medicare, PA Blue Cross/Blue Shield, UMWA, CHAMPUS/CHAMPVA, private plans.

Eligibility Requirements
Children, adolescents and adults.

Required Documentation
Insurance information.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call to schedule an appointment anywhere between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Bethany Christian Services of W. PA
Bethany


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Bethany Christian Services manifests the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by protecting and enhancing the lives of children and families through quality social services.

History of Organization
Bethany Christian Services began in 1944 as the fulfillment of a dream shared by two young women, Marguerite Bonnema and Mary DeBoer, who wanted to establish a Christian residence for homeless children. With the assistance of businessman Andrew VanderVeer, they established the Bethany Home. Their humble ministry has grown into an international team of nearly 900 dedicated professionals actively ministering to children and families.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-Bethany - Crisis Pregnancy Hotline
724-940-2900 - Phone

E-mail(s)
bcspittsburgh@bethany.org

Web Addresses
www.bethany.org/pittsburgh

Primary Addresses
10521 Perry Highway
Suite 200
Wexford, PA 15090
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Bethany Christian Services manifests the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by protecting and enhancing the lives of children and families through quality social services.

These services include those for women with unplanned pregnancies, counseling, and temporary foster care. In addidion, an adopation agency is also in operation.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday.
24 hour answering service.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free to birth mother; fees apply to adoptive parents.

Eligibility Requirements
Women in need.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Volunteers may be asked to:

-Be a mentor and develop a one-on-one relationship with a child in foster care. You will be a role model and mentor, and help a youngster discover his or her unique qualities.
-Assist with fundraisers, picnics, golf outings, etc
-Provide transporation by using your vehicle to transport children to their appointments.
-Helping with answering telephones, doing data entry, or preparing special mailings.

Bethany United Methodist Church


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The United Methodist Church has many doors through which people share in serving God and others. Whether you visit in person or via the Internet, we hope you discover something here to encourage you in your spiritual journey. Together, we can open hearts, open minds and open doors. The people of The United Methodist church.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412 627-6398

Primary Addresses
305 Dark Hollow Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Bethlehem Baptist Church, Ruff Creek



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
David Earnest - Pastor
724-267-4221

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6218 - Phone

Primary Addresses
685 Washington Road
Prosperity, PA 15329
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Better Business Bureau of W. PA
BBB


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Largely membership dues paid by business and professional groups in each Bureaus' service area.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
877-267-5222 - Phone
412-922-8656 - Fax

E-mail(s)
info@pittsburgh.bbb.org
complaints@pittsburgh.bbb.org
member@pittsburgh.bbb.org

Web Addresses
www.westernpennsylvania.bbb.org

Primary Addresses
400 Holiday Drive
Suite 220
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
The Better Business Bureau provides access to over 4 million national Business and Charity Reviews and over 38,000 local Business Reviews, along with numerous industry tips and alerts. BBB also offers free dispute resolution services between businesses and consumers.

Special services include: BBB Auto Line, BBB Military Line, BBB Speakers Bureau, Request A Quote form Accredited Businesses.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
None

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Beulah Baptist Church


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Other


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Harry Hill - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.428.4117 - Phone

Primary Addresses
R.D. # 1, Box 176
Nineveh, PA 15353
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Bidwell Training Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Manchester Bidwell Corporation

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Bidwell Training Center's vision is to respond to employment markets in southwestern Pennsylvania by offering programs providing career paths and opportunities in the high-tech, culinary and medical fields. Bidwell believes that education offered in an intelligent, planned and financially sound manner will bear real results for our students and the entire community.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
William E. Strickland, Jr. - President & CEO

Contact Number(s)
800.516.1800 - Tollfree
412-322-1773

E-mail(s)
admissions@mcg-btc.org

Web Addresses
www.bidwell-training.org

Primary Addresses
1815 Metropolitan Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
GED classes. Training in professional/technical vocations, communications technology, culinary arts.

EEG technician. Business education courses in word processing, medical transcription, and medical secretarial duties.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday Information/orientation sessions for those interested in enrolling and testing for entry into any course of study --call for an appointment.

Eligibility Requirements
Training programs: ages 18 -65; must have been laid off within the past two years or be JTPA-eligible.

Required Documentation
Proof of income and state residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call. Accepts agency referrals.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Washington/Greene Counties
BBBS


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Mission: The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh is to make positive differences in the lives of children by providing one-to-one mentoring programs and related services that help youth discover their highest potential and grow to become responsible adults leading productive and rewarding lives. Vision: Every child deserves a mentor - someone to look up to and someone who cares. We are inspired to develop the highest-quality programs, services, resources and partnerships so that every child in our community has the support, guidance and friendship of a caring mentor.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
BBBS is funded in part by the United Way of Greene County and the United Way of Washington County. Additional funding is through grants, fundraising events and personal donations.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.228.9191 - Phone
724-228-9192 - Fax

E-mail(s)
biginfo@bbbspgh.org

Web Addresses
www.bbbspittsburgh.org

Primary Addresses
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
5989 Centre Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
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Additional Addresses
90 West Chestnut Street
Suite 614
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County and Washington County

Service Description
Provides a prevention-oriented service of one-to-one adult friendship, guidance and companionship to youngsters from single-parent families and other children identified as at-risk. Focus of the relationship is support and guidance, not just recreational.

Available Hours
Office hours vary.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Children ages 6 (and in 1st grade) up to age 13; living in a single parent family or identified as at-risk. Once matched, child may remain enrolled until age 18.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write, or send e-mail.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Regular contact with your little brother or little sister for at least one year, getting together at least twice per month for two to four hours and participating in free or low cost activities together.

Black Lung Office


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
US Department of Labor

Legal Structure
Federal Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.836.7230 - Phone
800.347.3753 - Tollfree
724.836.2822 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.dol.gov/owcp/dcmwc/regs/compliance/blbenact.htm

Primary Addresses
1225 South Main Street
Suite 405
Greensburg, PA 15601
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Accepts, processes and hears appeals of black lung claims. Provides a list of approved physicians/clinics for examinations (list includes Joseph A. Yablonski Clinic). A descendant's widow continues receiving these payments.

Available Hours
8:15 A.M. - 4:45 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must demonstrate through repeated examinations by Dept. of Labor approved physicians that pulmonary disability has been caused by employment.

Required Documentation
Physician assessments, completed application.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Blacksville Baptist Church



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Everett Palmer - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
304-432-8240 - Phone

Primary Addresses
6051 Mason Dixon Highway
P. O. Box 162
Blacksville, WV 26521
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Blind & Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-368-4400 - Phone
800.706.5050 - PA tollfree

E-mail(s)
Info&ref@pghvis.org

Web Addresses
www.pghvis.org

Primary Addresses
1800 West Street
Homestead, PA 15120
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh provides comprehensive blindness prevention, vision rehabilitaiton and support services, vocational training and employment along with expanded service to people with related disabilities. Services are in the following areas:

Evaluation: -For low vision devices to help with limited tasks such as reading and writing. -For adaptive computer technology for use by individuals or agencies. -For career goals, training and job placement. -For employers, assessments for work environments. -For skills to address functioning with a vision loss. -For vision problems in pre-school children.

Training: -In career skills. -In use of adaptive computer technology. -In use of low vision devices. -In independent travel and daily living skills. -In adaptive recreation and leisure skills.

Support: -Counseling and referral for coping with vision loss. -Job support for employers and employees. -Day programming for adults with vision loss and other disabilities. -Manufacturing services for government and private contracts.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding scale; accepts agency payment (OVR, etc.)

Eligibility Requirements
Visually impaired

Required Documentation
Visual diagnosis. Proof of income for some services.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Blind Association, Washington-Greene


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Megan Waychoff - Executive Director

Mellisa Walters - Director, Special Services

Hazel Bradshaw, RN - Director, Prevention of Blindness

Beverly Weimer - Director, Marketing

Contact Number(s)
724.228.7744 - Special Services
724.228.6617 - Fax
724.228.0770 - Washington/Greene County Office

E-mail(s)
washgreene@wgcba.org

Web Addresses
www.pablind.org

Primary Addresses
566 East Maiden Street
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene Counties

Service Description
Purpose is to support and promote the interests of the blind/visually impaired and to prevent unnecessary blindness. Provide employment of blind and legally blind persons; referral & information; special services; talking book program and equipment for the visually impaired, such as closed circuit televisions. The organization promotes eye health through vision screenings for both adults and children, provides speakers on eye-related topics and offers a low-cost optical program. In addition, they provide free transportation to blind & visually impaired clients whereby employees will drive people to doctors' appointments, escorting them inside to help fill out forms and other tasks. Support group opportunities are planned where clients can socialize and take part in activities.

Available Hours
Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Fees/Cost for Services
Most services are free.

Eligibility Requirements
For blind, legally blind, or visually impaired persons and their family and friends.

Required Documentation
Depends on service requested.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Volunteers assist in many of our social activities and shopping trips, acting as sighted guides and helping visually impaired persons as needed.

Blind Outdoor Leisure Development, W. PA
BOLD


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Mission: BOLD organizes affordable outdoor and other lesiure activities to enrich the lives of our blind, visually impaired and sighted members. Vision: BOLD strives to create an environment which includes persons, regardless of vision, in any outdoor leisure activity. Guiding Values of Western Pennsylvania BOLD shall be to: (1) Cultivate community partnerships for organizational development; (2) Encourage and educate all members to take an active role through equal participation in the organization; (3) Share our love of the outdoors; and (4) Provide opportunities to experience new activities.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
(412) 422-0358
(412) 225-4038

E-mail(s)
boldwpa@gmail.com

Web Addresses
wpabold.blogspot.com

Primary Addresses
PO Box 8114
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Group for sighted and blind adults who enjoy outdoor sports such as: skiing, water skiing and tandem biking. Promotes the development of independent motion in recreational activities among visually impaired person interested in outdoor activities.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
$12 annual membership fee; separate fees for some activities, though many are free.

Eligibility Requirements
Blind or visually impaired or sighted and willing to provide volunteer assistance. Age 18 and older.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Blindness & Visual Services, Bureau of


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Department of Labor & Industry

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.622.2842 - Tollfree
412-565-5240 - Voice
866-412-4072 - Voice
412-565-3678 - TTY
877-255-5082 - TTY

Web Addresses
www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=566584&mode=2

Primary Addresses
Blindness & Visual Services
531 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
BBVS can assist people with visual impairments in several different ways: Finding Employment - The Vocational Rehabilitation program helps individuals prepare for or retain employment. Services offered can include but are not limited to: counseling and guidance; vocational evaluation; blindness skills training; mobility (travel) instruction; instruction on performing daily living activities; vocational and college training; occupational tools and equipment; and job placement services.

Setting up a Business - The Randolph-Sheppard Business Enterprise Program (BEP) assists persons who are blind to operate their own food service businesses in commercial, industrial or governmental locations. Food services can range from a vending machine route to management of a large cafeteria. BEP can also assist interested persons with entrepreneurial business ventures other than food service. These businesses might include: specialty product sales; franchise operations; gift shops; and kiosks.

Independent Living Skills - BBVS can assist adults to become more self-sufficient and independent in their homes and communities. Available services include: advocacy and counseling; information and referral; blindness skills training; mobility (travel) instruction; instruction on performing daily living activities; purchasing assistive equipment and providing training.

Specialized Children Services - BBVS provides assistance to children with visual impairments to ensure they reach their maximum educational and vocational potential. Available services include: advocacy for educational services; guidance and counseling for children and their families; community orientation and mobility (travel) instruction; children's summer programs; instruction on performing daily living activities; and providing adaptive equipment.

ALTOONA BBVS
1130 12th Avenue
Suite 300
Altoona, PA 16601
(814)946-7330 Voice
1-866-695-7673 Voice
(814) 949-7956 TTY
1-866-320-7956 TTY
Counties Served: Bedford, Columbia, Montour, Blair, Fulton, Northumberland, Cambria, Huntingdon, Snyder, Centre, Juniata, Somerset, Clinton, Lycoming, Union, and Mifflin

ERIE BBVS
4200 Lovell Place
Erie, PA 16503
(814) 871-4401 Voice
1-866-521-5073 Voice
(814) 871-4599 TTY
1-888-884-5513 TTY
Counties Served: Cameron, Erie, McKean, Clarion, Forest, Mercer, Clearfield, Jefferson, Potter, Crawford, Lawrence, Venango, Elk, and Warren

HARRISBURG BBVS
Forum Place
555 Walnut St.
8th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17101
(717) 787-7500 Voice
1-866-375-8264 Voice
(717) 787-1733 TTY
1-888-575-9420 TTY
Counties Served: Adams, Franklin, Lebanon, Cumberland, Lancaster, Perry, Dauphin, and York

PHILADELPHIA BBVS
444 North 3rd St.
5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 560-5700 Voice
1-866-631-3892 Voice
(215) 560-5725 TTY
1-888-870-4473 TTY
Counties Served: Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery, Chester, and Philadelphia

WILKES-BARRE BBVS
300 G Laird St.
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702
(570) 826-2361 Voice
1-866-227-4163 Voice
(570) 826-2023 TTY
1-888-651-6117 TTY
Counties Served: Berks, Luzerne, Sullivan, Bradford, Monroe, Susquehanna, Carbon, Northampton, Tioga, Lackawanna, Pike, Wayne, Lehigh, Schuylkill, and Wyoming

Available Hours
8:30 A.M - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Services are free. Cost of equipment based on household income.

Eligibility Requirements
Available to individuals with visual impairments of all ages. For most programs, visual eligibility is based on one or more of these four factors:
•A corrected visual acuity of 20/70 or greater in the better eye;
•A visual field loss of 20 degrees or greater;
•A diagnosis of a progressive sight threatening disease; or
•A significant functional limitation from vision loss

Required Documentation
Proof of income, residency, and medical documentation of visual impairment.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write, contact district office.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Blindness & Visual Services, District


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Department of Labor & Industry

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the Bureau is to assist Pennsylvanians who are blind or visually impaired gain the skills necessary to live and work independently in their communities. BBVS services are provided throughout the Commonwealth by professional staff in District Offices located in the following cities: Philadelphia, Wilkes-Barre, Harrisburg, Altoona, Pittsburgh and Erie. Please consult the Department of Labor & Industry Web Page Regional map of Pennsylvania for the address and phone numbers of the BBVS District Office closest to you. However, you do not need to visit an office in order to receive services since our staff will be happy to make an appointment to come to your home and take an application for services.

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
866-412-4072 - Tollfree in PA
877-255-5082 - TTY in PA
412-565-3678 - TTY

Web Addresses
www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=566584&mode=2

Primary Addresses
531 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania (Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Washington, Westmoreland)

Service Description
Vocational Rehabilitation Program The Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program helps individuals prepare for or retain employment. Services offered can include but are not limited to: counseling and guidance; vocational evaluation; blindness skills training; orientation and mobility instruction; rehabilitation teaching; vocational and college training; occupational tools and equipment; and, job placement services. Services are based on an individual's needs and choices, and some or all of these services may be needed for the person to prepare for or retain employment. VR counselors work directly with the individual to determine an employment goal and what services are needed to reach that goal. An Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE) is developed jointly by the counselor and customer.

Rehabilitation Teaching Rehabilitation Teaching helps individuals learn how to safely and efficiently carry out daily activities at home, on the job and in the community. After a comprehensive evaluation, an individualized program of instruction is developed, and can include the teaching of Braille; home management skills; cooking and home repair as well as personal management.

Orientation and Mobility Instruction Orientation and Mobility instruction teaches individuals to travel independently around their homes, workplaces, and in their communities. After an evaluation of need is completed, a training plan is developed to meet the customer's specific needs.

Randolph-Sheppard Business Enterprise Program The Randolph-Sheppard Business Enterprise Program (BEP) assists persons operate food service businesses in commercial, industrial or governmental locations. Food services can range from a vending machine route to the management of a large cafeteria. BEP can also assist interested persons with entrepreneurial business ventures other than food service. These businesses might include: specialty product sales; franchise operations; gift shops; and, kiosks. Business sites and equipment are provided through the program, as well as ongoing assistance from BEP agents. Eligible persons enter this program through being served as customers in the BBVS Vocational Rehabilitation program.

Independent Living for the Older Blind (ILOB) Program This program serves individuals who are age 55 or older, and who are legally blind. It is designed to enable individuals to achieve or regain maximum independence within their homes and communities. Visual eligibility must be documented. There is a financial needs test for cost services. Available services include: advocacy; counseling; information and referral; blindness skills training; rehabilitation teaching; orientation and mobility instruction; and, low vision services.

Specialized Children's Program These services include: counseling; advocacy for educational services; transition services; guidance and counseling for children and their families; community orientation and mobility instruction; children's summer programs; rehabilitation teaching; adaptive equipment; and, low vision services. Financial and visual eligibility must be established before the Bureau can purchase goods and services for an individual. An assessment is done to determine functional needs and a plan of services is developed to address those needs.

Specialized Services for Adults This program assists individuals to become more self-sufficient and independent in their homes and communities. Services are similar to those provided under the ILOB program. Individuals served by this program must meet financial eligibility requirements, as well as being visually eligible.

Prevention of Blindness Services Prevention of Blindness Services are provided via contract and can include: pre-school vision screening; adult vision screening; eye safety programs in schools, industries, businesses, community organizations and senior centers; public education programs; referral for services/follow-up; and data collection.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Age 14 to receive vocational rehabilitation services. For most programs, vision in best eye can be no greater than 20/70 with correction.

Required Documentation
Social Security card, proof of income & residency, medical documents.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Blueprints
Formerly known as Community Action Southwest


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Blueprints serves as the catalyst to mobilize the resources of the entire community to enable families and individuals to attain the skills, knowledge, motivations and opportunities to become self sufficient.

History of Organization
Community Action Southwest, headquartered in Washington, PA, was organized in 1965 as a private, non-profit corporation to "help urban and rural communities in Washington and Greene Counties to mobilize their resources to combat poverty..." The organization navigated the next fifty years, identifying community needs, engaging the community in problem solving, mobilizing federal, state, local and private resources, building partnerships, operating high quality programs, and seeking high impact strategies, all focused on pursuit of the mission. Today, Blueprints is a community based, multi-service organization serving southwestern Pennsylvania and parts of West Virginia.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal grants-in-aid and contracts, state contracts, local contracts, fees for service, private donations, special events.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Darlene J. Bigler - Chief Executive Officer
724.225.9550
724.228.9966
dbigler@caswg.org

Contact Number(s)
877.814.0788 - Tollfree
724.852.2893 - Waynesburg
724.225.9550 - Washington

Web Addresses
www.caswg.org - Agency Website

Primary Addresses
150 West Beau Street
Suite 304
Washington, PA 15301-4425
Click here for a Map of this Location.

Additional Addresses
58 East Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Southwestern Pennsylvania and parts of West Virginia

Service Description
Head Start

Early Head Start

Pre-K Counts

Nutrition Services - WIC

Nutrition Services - WIC - Nutrition Education

Nutrition Services - WIC - Breastfeeding Support

Family Economic Success - Homeless Assistance Program

Family Economic Success - Emergency Shelter

Family Economic Success - Homeless Supported Housing

Family Economic Success - Emergency Food & Shelter Program (FEMA)

Family Economic Success - Work Ready

Family Economic Success - Resident Opportunity Self Sufficiency Program (ROSS) - Washington County only

Family Economic Success - Family Center - Greene County only

Family Economic Success - Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)

Family Economic Success - Getting Ahead in a Just Getting By World

Family Economic Success - Homeless Prevention & Rapid Rehousing Program (HPRP) - Washington County only

Family Economic Success - Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Initiative (FMCI)

Family Economic Success - Pre-Home Purchase Counseling

Family Economic Success - Financial Literacy

Family Economic Success - Job Development/Employment Support

Family Economic Success - Adult Education

Family Economic Success - Consumer & Family Satisfaction Team - Washington County only

Family Economic Success - Assets for Independence (AFI) - matched savings program

Blueprints is a non-profit corporation dedicated to assisting low-income people to become self-sufficient through offering a wide variety of human services

Senior Community Centers in Greene County

Home Delivered Meals (Greene County only)

Care Management for older adults (Greene County only)

Ombudsman Program for older adults (Greene County only)

Foster care, adoption, truancy prevention and support services to children and families.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. for the administrative offices. Hours for the different programs vary site to site.

Fees/Cost for Services
Most services are free.

Eligibility Requirements
Some programs are required to serve families/individuals who meet certain federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Call for specific information.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, walk-in, write, or be referred by a third party.


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
all sites

Languages Spoken or Available
English; ESL eduation available

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Volunteer opportunites available in most programs; classroom; special events; tutoring; clerical

Boating, Bureau of
Boat Registration, Boating Safety


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Fish & Boat Commission

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
John Arway - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
717.657.4589 - Fax
800.63.PARKS - Tollfree
717.657.4542 - Phone - Law Enforcement
717.657.4534 - Phone - Boat Registration
717.657.4540 - Phone - Boating Education
866-262-8734 - Boat Registration
877-707-4085 - Fishing License
855-347-4545 - Pollution Hotline

Web Addresses
www.fish.state.pa.us
www.boatsafe.com/Pennsylvania

Primary Addresses
1601 Elmerton Avenue
PO Box 67000
Harrisburg, PA 17106-7000
Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Boat registrations. Offers statewide boating safety information and training courses, accident prevention and water survival and rescue techniques. Also directs a statewide navigational aids program and supervises the inspection and licensing of commerical passenger-carrying vessels and operators.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Training courses/safety classes--free. Cost of registration & commercial licenses vary by size of craft.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Application for registration or license.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write or fax.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bobtown & Mt. Calvary United Methodist Charge



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Edward Hanley - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.839.7456 - Phone

Primary Addresses
Augustus Avenue
Bobtown, PA 15315
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Bobtown Elementary School


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Southeastern Greene School District

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
"Learners today, leaders tomorrow."

Legal Structure
School District


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Rich Pekar - Acting Superintendent

Contact Person(s)
Rick Menear - Principal

Contact Number(s)
724.839.7241 - Phone
724.839.7575 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.segsd.org

Primary Addresses
304 Grant Street
P. O. Box 396
Bobtown, PA 15315
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
General curriculum for grades K-6

Available Hours
7:45 A.M. - 3:45 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free, except for school meals & extracurricular activities.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be in grade K-6 and reside in the district. Income eligibility is available for free or reduced price school breakfast & lunches.

Required Documentation
Immunization records; academic records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bobtown Rod and Gun Club



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.839.7460 - Phone

Primary Addresses
Box 36
Bobtown, PA 15315
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
100 and 200 yard outdoor rifle ranges, trap house, indoor and outdoor archery ranges, shotgun and rifle shooting contests.

Facility includes a bar and snack bar, equipped with a large screen TV. Permits the grounds to be rented out and used for 4th of July fireworks displays, carnivals, and weddings.

Available Hours
3:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M. Daily

Fees/Cost for Services
$20 a year.

Eligibility Requirements
Complete the designated application for membership.

Required Documentation
Gun permit, valid hunting license, completed membership application.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bobtown Senior Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Community Action Southwest

Accreditations and Licenses
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
State, fundraising and donations


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Darlene Bigler - CEO
1-877-814-0788
724-228-9966
dbigler@caswg.org

Contact Person(s)
Stacy Stroman - Senior Services Director
724-852-2893
724-627-7713
sstroman@caswg.org

Contact Number(s)
877-814-0788 - Toll-free
724-852-2893 - Greene County
724-839-7289

Web Addresses
www.caswg.org

Primary Addresses
305 Grant Street
Box 127
Bobtown, PA 15315
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Additional Addresses
58 E. Greene St.
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Senior Community Centers provide nutritious meals, recreation, socialization, physical fitness, education and volunteer opportunities.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. Tuesday only.

Fees/Cost for Services
None; donations accepted for meals.

Eligibility Requirements
�Anyone 55 years of age or older, or whose spouse is age 55 or older.

Required Documentation
none

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bobtown Shannopin Civic Club


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.839.7310 - Phone

Primary Addresses
P.O. Box 8
777 Larimer Ave.
Bobtown, PA 15315
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Hosts an Annual Community Days Fair and gives several different recognition awards. Also acts as a sponsor for bus trips to tourist destinations and holds entertainment nights in the hall.

Provides advocacy for issues affecting the community.

Available Hours
Regular meetings are the second Thursday of every month at 6:30 P.M. Other events are scheduled as announced.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
None

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bobtown Volunteer Fire Company



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.839.7140 - Phone

Primary Addresses
P.O. Box 386
Laremore Ave
Bobtown, PA 15315
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Emergency fire and medical services.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bower Hill Braillists Foundation


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Cheryl Ivill - President

Contact Number(s)
412-343-3667 - Phone

E-mail(s)
civill@comcast.net

Primary Addresses
70 Moffett Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15243
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Service Information

Service Area
Nation Wide

Service Description
Has a 1000-title lending library; call or write for a catalog.

Transribes textbooks, manuals, recreational reading, and music into braille. Maintains a library of braille books (mostly recreational reading) which is circulated by mail at no charge.

Available Hours
Hours vary

Fees/Cost for Services
Requests from students are handled at no charge; library services are free.

Eligibility Requirements
Persons who are visually impaired.

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bowlby Public Library


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Eva K. Bowlby Public Library provides free library service to all adults, children and young people of Greene County. It makes accessible to the community a growing collection of resources, needed information, research and recreation. Read for LIFE: Literacy, Information, Fun, and Enrichment.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Kathy McClure - Director

Contact Person(s)
Kerry McClure - Children's Librarian

Contact Number(s)
724.627.9776 - Phone
724.852.1900 - Fax

E-mail(s)
evakbowlby@windstream.net

Web Addresses
www.evakbowlby.org

Primary Addresses
311 N. West St.
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Loans books, magazines, audio cassettes, movies, videos, audio-visual equipment, records and puppets to patrons. Inter-library loan service is available for items not contained in the library's collection.

Family Literacy--this program assists with teaching adults to read, helping individuals study for tests such as the G.E.D. (GED Instruction), teaches important form filling skills and can even help those who want to go back to school with refresher courses in math and reading. After School Tutoring Program--helps students with their homework along with specialized tutoring in any subject they may need help in. Children and teens are provided with the learning materials they need such as workbooks, computers, educational software and learning games. Along with a tutor who we match to the childs learning needs.

The library hosts a wide variety of programs for children including storyhours for different age groups, an annual summer reading program and many special events throughout the year. For adults, there are book clubs and presentations on different topics scheduled such as money management, computer classes and special speakers.

Available Hours
WINTER HOURS:Mon. 12- 8 ; Tues. 10-7; Wed. 10-8; Thurs. 10-7; Fri. 9:30 - 4:30; Sat. 9:30 - 4:30. SUMMER HOURS: Monday through Thursday 10 AM to 7 PM; Friday and Saturday 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Please note: the library follows the school closing schedule for Central Greene School District. Please listen to WANB regarding school closings.

Fees/Cost for Services
$5.00 annual fee for out of county resident.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be a resident of Greene County; out of county residents are required to pay an annual fee, unless they have an ACCESS PA sticker.

Required Documentation
Proof of residency

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or come in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Boy Scouts of America, Greene County
Boy Scouts of America, Laurel Highlands Council


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Boy Scouts of America

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Mission Statement: It is the mission of the Boy Scouts of America to serve others by helping to instill values in young people and in other ways prepare them to make ethical choices during their lifetime in achieving their full potential. The values we strive to instill are based on those found in the Scout Oath and Law.

History of Organization
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is one of the largest youth organizations in the United States, with over 4.5 million youth members in its age-related divisions. Since its founding in 1910 as part of the international Scout Movement, more than 110 million Americans have been members of the BSA. The BSA goal is to train youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance through participation in a wide range of outdoor activities, educational programs, and, at older age levels, career-oriented programs in partnership with community organizations. For younger members, the Scout method is part of the program to instill typical Scouting values such as trustworthiness, good citizenship, and outdoors skills, through a variety of activities such as camping, aquatics, and hiking. The Boy Scouts of America celebrated its one-hundredth anniversary on February 8, 2010. The BSA operates traditional Scouting locally through units sponsored and operated by churches, clubs, civic associations, educational organizations and the like. Units are led entirely by volunteers who are supported by local councils using both paid professionals and volunteers.

Affiliations
The National Council is the corporate membership of the Boy Scouts of America. The day-to-day operations of the National Council are administered by the Chief Scout Executive and other national professional staff. National Council members include volunteers who are elected National Officers and Executive Board members, regional presidents, the local council representatives, members at large, and honorary members. The BSA was granted a Congressional charter in 1916, stating that their purpose is to:....promote, through organization, and cooperation with other agencies, the ability of boys to do things for themselves and others, to train them in scoutcraft, and to teach them patriotism, courage, self-reliance, and kindred virtues, using the methods that were in common use by boy scouts on June 15, 1916. The charter authorized and set standards for the incorporation of the BSA and provided for the "exclusive right to use emblems, badges, descriptive or designating marks, and words or phrases" that they adopt.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Each year the Council serves more than 41,000 youth in southwestern Pennsylvania. To manage the daily operations that enhance the delivery of services to these youth, the council maintains an annual operating budget of approximately $6 million. The local council, headquartered in Pittsburgh, is a participating agency of several United Ways in southwestern PA, including the United Way of Greene County. Approximately 8% of the total revenue comes from United Way. Another 36% comes from the support from the public in the form of individual and corporate donations. 56% is generated through camping/activity fees and the annual Scouting Popcorn sales, and other income.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
- Scout Executive

Andy Shissler - District Executive
412-325-7976

Bill Flenniken - District Chariman

Contact Number(s)
(412) 325-7976

E-mail(s)
Andrew.Shissler@scouting.org

Web Addresses
www.lhc-bsa.org

Primary Addresses
Flag Plaza
1275 Bedford Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-3699
Click here for a Map of this Location.

Additional Addresses
201 W High St
Suite 1
Ebensburg, PA 15931
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Service Information

Service Area
The Laurel Highlands Council, BSA (formerly the Greater Pittsburgh and Penn’s Woods Councils) administers the Scouting program in the following counties of SW PA: Allegheny, Beaver, Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Greene, Indiana, Somerset and Washington.

Service Description
The younger boy Cub Scout program is a fun and educational experience concerned with values. Besides providing a positive place where boys can enjoy safe, wholesome activities, Cub Scouting focuses on building character, improving physical fitness, teaching practical skills, and developing a spirit of community service. The older boy, Boy Scout program focuses on achieving the BSA's objectives of developing character, citizenship, and personal fitness through its methods of advancement, ideals, patrols, outdoor programs, adult association, personal growth, and leadership development. The Co-ed Venturing program is a youth development program of the Boy Scouts of America for young men and women. Opportunity for leadership, group activities, high adventure, recognition, and teaching others provides positive experiences to help young people mature and to prepare them to become responsible and caring adults.

Available Hours
Vary

Fees/Cost for Services
Membership dues.

Eligibility Requirements
Tiger Cubs is for boys (and their adult partner) under the age of 8, have completed kindergarten or are in first grade, or are age 7. Cub Scouts is for boys who have completed first grade but not yet fifth grade, or are age 8-10. Boy Scouts is for boys who have complete fifth grade and is at least 10 years old, or is 11 years of age. Venturing is for all young men and women who are at least 13 years of age and have completed eighth grade and not yet 21.

Required Documentation
Completion of the Boy Scouts of America Youth Application is required at time of joining.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or email Membership Executive.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Boy Scouting is a boy-led, boy-run program, but the boys must be trained to be leaders. Adult role models in Scouting provide an ideal learning experience for all youth. Every adult volunteer has something valuable to offer. On a typical weekend campout, Scouts might work with an adult volunteer who teaches the Fishing merit badge and with a Scout mom to learn orienteering, go on a 5-mile hike with another adult leader, and end the day learning how to clean and cook fresh fish from someone else. The advantages of Scouting are not limited to boys. Adults also develop leadership and physical skills with every training experience. Volunteers learn, too. Volunteers spend a significant amount of time to ensure the success of Scouting in their communities. The average Scout volunteer gives 20 hours of service each month, and 96 percent of volunteers say they would recommend volunteering for the BSA to other adults. In fact, volunteers believe their time invested with the Boy Scouts of America helps them be: A better citizen A better parent A better manager A better employee More patient and tolerant of others More open to new ideas and opinions We need you to provide the direction, coaching, and training that empowers today’s youth with the skills they will need to lead tomorrow.

Braden Run Animal Hospital


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dr. McMillen - VMD

Contact Number(s)
724.627.5079 - Phone

Primary Addresses
216 Braden Run Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Full veterinarian services and a new program for low-income families of Greene County. The program offers families more than 50 percent off the regular price of spay and neuter services. Call for more information.

Available Hours
Monday: 8:00 - 5:00 Tuesday: 8:00 - 8:00 Wednesday: 9:00 - 5:00 Thursday: 8:00 - 5:00 Friday: 8:00 - 5:00 Saturday: 9:00 - 1:00 Sunday: CLOSED

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appt.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bradford School


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.391.6710 - Phone
800.391.6810 - Tollfree
412.471.6714 - Fax

E-mail(s)
admission@bradfordpittsburgh.edu

Web Addresses
www.bradfordpittsburgh.edu/

Primary Addresses
125 West Station Square Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
The following courses are offered:

-Accounting.
-ASB Degree.
-Legal Secretarial.
-Graphic Design.
-Office Administration.
-Medical Assisting.
-Computer Application.
-Paralegal Studies.
-Hospitality and Travel.
-Merchandising Management.
-Retail Management.

Available Hours
Class times vary.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone interested in a higher education.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for more information.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To prevent brain injury and improve the quality of life for people who have experienced brain injury and their family members through support, education, advocacy, and research.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Monica Vaccaro - Program Manager
215-718-5052
vaccaro@biapa.org

Contact Number(s)
800-444-6443 - Brain Injury Resource Line
717-692-5569 - Phone
866-636-7097 - In-State- Office Calls
717-692-5567 - Fax

E-mail(s)
info@biapa.org

Web Addresses
www.biapa.org

Primary Addresses
Suite 15-229
Carlisle, PA 17015
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description


The Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania conducts many on-going programs to prevent brain injury and improve the quality of life for people who have experienced brain injury and their family members through support, education, advocacy, and research.

The Brain Injury Resource Line (BIRL) is a toll free number, maintained by the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania. It is designed to give resource information to all who call. Since its inception. in 2002, volunteers have handled over 2,000 phone calls. A call to this number will connect you to a recording which invites you to leave your telephone number (including area code). These calls are then assigned to a volunteer who will return the call to provide resource information.

Available Hours
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Braun's Personal Care Home


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Doris Braun - Owner

Contact Number(s)
724-627-7141

Primary Addresses
324 S. Washington Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Personal Care Home

Fees/Cost for Services
Call for details

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Bridge Department, Greene County
County Bridge Supervisor


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jeffrey Marshall - Department Director
724-852-5210

George Smith - Maintenance Director
724-998-5044 24-hours

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5216 - Phone
724.627.8524 - Fax

E-mail(s)
gcmaint@co.greene.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
County Maintenance Bldg.
186 Jefferson Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Primarily responsible for maintaining and repairing all non-state owned bridges in the county. Secures state monies and accepts bids from outside contractors to replace severely damaged or deteriorated bridges. Also accepts complaints about bridges in need of repair.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday.

Eligibility Requirements
Any interested individuals.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Bridge Street Commons


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Presbyterian SeniorCare

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Jessie Moore - Service Coordinator

Contact Number(s)
724.627.4145 - Phone
724.223.5744 - Phone
724.852.2411 - Fax
412-828-6196 - Management Agent

Web Addresses
www.srcare.org

Primary Addresses
600 Bridge Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
1215 Hulton Road
Oakmont, PA 15139-1196
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Bridge Street Commons (housing facility) is comprised of 30 resident units and one resident manager unit, each containing 1 bedroom and a fully-equipped kitchen complete with refrigerator and stove. Each unit is equipped with individual controls for heat and air conditioning as well. Subsidized Housing.

Available Hours
24 hour residential facility.

Fees/Cost for Services
30% of monthly income.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be age 62 or over with a visual or hearing impairment, or age 18 and above for the mobility impaired.

Required Documentation
Proof of age or disability and income verification

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Bristoria Baptist Church



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Gary Crawford - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.499.5749 - Phone

Primary Addresses
899 Bristoria Road
Holbrook, PA 15341
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Bureau of Autism Services


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Human Services

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the Bureau of Autism Services (BAS) is to develop and manage services and supports to enhance the quality of life of Pennsylvanians living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and to support their families and caregivers. The Bureau will carry out its mission through the creation and administration of adult service delivery models, the development of resources to support individuals with autism and their families across the lifespan and by collaborating with and providing technical assistance to other Department of Human Services (DHS) offices and government agencies.

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
866-539-7689

Web Addresses
www.dhs.state.pa.us/foradults/autismservices/

Primary Addresses
Bureau of Autism Services
605 Health & Welfare Building
P. O. Box 2675
Harrisburg, PA 17105
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Autism Waiver is designed for adults 21 years and older living in Pennsylvania. Priority is given to those who are not currently receiving ongoing state funded or state and federally funded long-term care services.

The following services are available in this waiver: Assistive Technology, Behavioral Specialist Services, Community Inclusion, Community Transition Services, Counseling, Day Habilitation, Environmental Modifications, Family Counseling, Family Training, Job Assessment & Finding, Nutritional Consultation, Occupational Therapy, Residential Habilitation, Respite, Speech/Language Therapy, Supported Employment, Supports Coordination (Case Management), Temporary Crisis Services and Transitional Work Services.

The Supports Coordinator will conduct re-evaluations annually and services can change based on need. Each waiver consumer will have an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) that includes: information about who they like and admire, what activities they prefer, any allergies or other health concerns, a record of fire & traffic safety knowledge amongst others, goals & achievements and other important information that is a part of the participant's everyday life.

Consumer may choose the provider for each service in their Individual Service Plan.

Available Hours
M - F 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Eligibility Requirements
Live in PA, have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, be 21 yrs or older, meet Medical Assistance financial eligibilitly, meet Intermediate Care Facility level of care and IQ is NOT considered for eligibility.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Bureau of District Mining Operations
BDMO


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
William Plassio - Bureau Director

Contact Number(s)
724.925.5514 - Fax
1-800-541-2050 - Report Environmental Emergencies
724-925-5500 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/bureau_of_district_mining_operations/20764

Primary Addresses
DEP New Stanton District Office
131 Broadview Road
New Stanton, PA 15672
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Additional Addresses
25 Technology Drive
California Technology Park
Coal Center, PA 15423
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Service Information

Service Area
Serving: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties.

Service Description
Areas of service include: Surface Mine Subsidence, Acid Mine Drainage Evaluation, Non-Coal Mines & Quarries in PA, PA's Annual Reports on Mining Activities, Sinkholes, Surface Blasting, Mining & Reclamation, Mine Safety and Abandoned Mine Reclamation.

Available Hours
All District Mining Offices are open between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM. Offices are closed on state holidays.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

Required Documentation
Completed application.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Pennsylvania State Police

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-932-0602 - Tollfree
412-548-2050 - Pittsburgh District Enforcement Office
1.800.453.PLCB (7522) - Toll Free Alcohol Education
717-783-9454 - Office of Chief Counsel

E-mail(s)
RA-LBWebmaster@state.pa.us
ra-lbeducation@pa.gov- Alcohol Education

Web Addresses
www.lcb.state.pa.us/PLCB/Education/index.htm - Alcohol Education
www.psp.pa.gov/LCE/Pages/default.aspx#.VVTvdLlVhBd

Primary Addresses
313 Mt. Nebo Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
To report liquor law violations call the toll free hotline --Pennsylvania State Police/Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.

Alcohol Education -- The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board aims to be a leader in the prevention of underage and dangerous drinking. The PLCB Bureau of Alcohol Education partners with schools, community groups, licensees and others in this mission. We deliver a message of "zero tolerance" and "no use" of alcohol by individuals under the age of 21. Among people over the age of 21 who choose to drink alcohol, we promote responsible and moderate use. Our work with licensees gives them the tools and training to minimize problems related to alcohol sales.

Available Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Bureau of Oil and Gas Management


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
717-772-2199 - Harrisburg Office
412 442-4000 - Southwest Regional Office
412-442-4328 - Fax (Southwest Regional Office)

E-mail(s)
ra-epoilandgas@pa.gov

Web Addresses
http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/office_of_oil_and_gas_management/20291

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 8765
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8765
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Additional Addresses
400 Waterfront Drive
Pittsburgh , PA 15222-4725
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25 Technology Drive
California Technology Park
Coal Center, PA 15423
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100 New Salem Road
Uniontown, PA 15401
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Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
The Bureau of Oil and Gas Management is responsible for the statewide oil and gas conservation and environmental programs to facilitate the safe exploration, development and recovery of Pennsylvania's oil and gas resevoirs in a manner that will protect the Commonwealth's natural resources and the environment. The bureau develops policies and programs for the regulation of oil and gas development and production pursuant to the Oil and Gas Act, the Coal and Gas Resource Coordination Act, and the Oil and Gas Conservation Law; oversees the oil and gas permitting and inspection programs; develops statewide regulations and standards; conducts training programs for industry and works with the Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission and the standards; conducts training programs for industry and works wit the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Comomission and the Technical Advisory Board.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

California University Speech & Hearing Clinic


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
California University


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Barbara Bonfanti - Department Chair

Contact Person(s)
Gloria McKean - Department Secretary

Contact Number(s)
724.938.4175 - Phone
724.938.1526 - Fax

E-mail(s)
mckean_g@calu.edu- Department Secretary

Web Addresses
www.calu.edu/academics/colleges/education/communication-disorders/speech-hearing-clinic/index.htm

Primary Addresses
Learning Research Center
California University of PA
Room 296 Morgan Hall
California, PA 15419
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Provide speech, language and hearing diagnostics and therapy; hearing aid evaluation.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday - Thursday.
8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
No charge for therapy; diagnostic fees are on a sliding fee scale.

Eligibility Requirements
No restrictions

Required Documentation
Any records of previous therapy.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Call Before You Dig Hotline


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA One Call System, Inc.

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Our purpose is to prevent damage to underground facilities. To promote safety,we provide an efficient and effective communications network among project owners, designers, excavators, and facility owners.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-242-1776 - Hotline
8-1-1 (in Pennsylvania)

E-mail(s)
contact@pa1call.org

Web Addresses
www.pa1call.org/POCS/index16.aspx

Primary Addresses
925 Irwin Run Road
West Mifflin, PA 15122
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Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
Hotline to contact for information on the location of buried cable.

Utility line location information.

Calvary Baptist Church, Lippencott



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Nick Bardo, Jr. - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.852.1897 - Phone

Primary Addresses
c/o 1190 N. Liberty Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Cancer Center
Robert E. Eberly Pavilion


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Uniontown Hospital

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.437.2503 - Phone
724.437.8846 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.uniontownhospital.com

Primary Addresses
410 McClellandtown Road
Uniontown, PA 15401
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Uses a laser-guided simulator to pinpoint the specific tumor location and then undergoes a computerized therapy planning system which permits the staff to design individual treatment programs best-suited to each patient.

Also features a support staff that helps people better understand cancer forms of treatment. A library of videotapes and books is maintained on aspects of radiation therapy and cancer treatment. These include information about specific types of cancer as well as how to cope with having it.

This is available to the public between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Fees vary; medical card accepted, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, UMWA, and private insurance policies.

Eligibility Requirements
Patients with Cancer. Also accomodates in-patients from area hospitals and residents from personal care and nursing homes as well.

Required Documentation
Medical records, physician referral, medical or insurance card.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Physician must make a referral. Call for more information.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cancer Information and Referral Service
University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
University of Pittsburgh

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.647.2811 - Phone
412.623.4733 - Phone

E-mail(s)
PCI-INFO@upmc.edu

Web Addresses
www.upmccancercenters.com

Primary Addresses
5150 Centre Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Contains detailed information on cancer-related topics and has publications available. Physicians can make referrals for patients and speakers are available.

Available Hours
24 hours daily

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Individuals interested in volunteering must attend a volunteer orientation. Please register for the orientation by calling 412-623-4636. Orientation is held on the first Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m.

Volunteers have the opportunities to work the the following areas:
Patient and Family Support:
Volunteers assist patients and their families by helping nurses with their duties and visiting with patients.
Laboratory Research:
As a Laboratory Research volunteer, you may assist UPCI scientists with research activities and laboratory procedures including:

-Tissue and cell culture.
-Gene transfections.
-Solution preparation.
-DNA cloning and sequencing.
-Slide staining and filing.
-Administrative duties.
(There is a waiting list for this)

Special Events:
Volunteers may assist with various special events, such as hosting parties for patients and their families at our clinical units or hosting artists who visit UPMC Cancer Centers to perform for patients.

CARE Center, SPHS Washington County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
SPHS

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jeff Mascara - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.229.5007 - Phone
800.281.7150 - Tollfree
724.229.5711 - Fax

E-mail(s)
mascara@sphs.org

Web Addresses
www.sphs.org

Primary Addresses
351 West Beau Street
Suite 201, Street Level
Washington, PA 15301
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Additional Addresses
306 Chamber Plaza
Charleroi, PA 15022
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington County

Service Description
Crisis and intervention for drug and alcohol abuse, including:

-A 24-hour Sexual Assault & Crisis Hotline (800-281-7150).
-Crisis worker available to provide emergency assessments.
-Intervention groups for DUI referrals.
-Family intervention.
-Follow-up coordination of services with community agencies.

Sponsors an Employee Assistance Program, which is an individual therapy program for adult and youth chemical abusers, spouses and parents.

Various forms of aftercare following in-patient treatment, family therapy, and group therapy are also provided.

Features a Rape Crisis Center and Community education and support groups for adults, survivors of childhood sexual abuse, victims of child abuse, and co-dependent women.

Anger management counseling and support groups.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 8:30 P.M. Monday - Thursday.
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Friday.
Weekends by appointment only.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale.

Eligibility Requirements
County residents in need of services.

Required Documentation
None for initial evaluation appointment.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

CARE Center, SPHS, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
SPHS

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jeff Mascara - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Darlene Matthews - MSW, Program Supervisor

Contact Number(s)
724.627.9761 - Fax
800-281-7150 - Tollfree
724.966.9440 - Phone
724.627.6108 - Phone
800-417-9460 - Crisis Services for Greene County

E-mail(s)
mascara@sphs.org
dmatthews@sphs.org

Primary Addresses
35 S. West Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
100 W. South Street
Carmichaels,, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Community Treatment Team-CTT Program serves adults who are seriously and persistently mentally ill/co-occurring substance abuse history or a criminal background.
Services are provided in the consumer's private residence or other appropriate community based site.

Mobile Outpatient services provide evaluation and treatment for individuals who have encountered barriers to receiving services in an outpatient clinic. Services include: -Individual therapy services.

Outpatient Treatment services provide education, assessment/evaluation and treatment for individuals who are not maintaining their optimum functioning level. Services include: -Individual, group, marital and family therapy.

The S.T.T.A.R.S Program, Sexual Trauma Treatment and Recovery Services, provides counseling, advocacy, and education to sexual assault victims of all ages. Services include: -Individual, group, and play therapy. -Support groups. -Prevention Education. -Advocacy. -24 Hour Sexual Assault Hotline 1-888-480-7283

Drug and Alcohol Treatment services are available to the chemically dependent person and to those affected by another's chemical dependency. Services include: -Individual, group, and intensive outpatient therapies. -Specialized services for women and children, underage drinking, and Student Assistance Program.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday-Friday.
Evening hours available by appointment only.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Care Management Services, Older Adults


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Community Action Southwest

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Community Action Southwest serves as the catalyst to mobilize the resources of the entire community to enable families and individuals in Southwestern Pennsylvania to attain the skills, knowledge, motivations and opportunities to become self-sufficient.

History of Organization
Community Action Southwest (CAS), a non-profit organization, has been serving Washington and Greene counties since 1965. Founded by a group of community leaders, the initial focus of the agency was to identify local conditions that led to poverty, sensitize the community to the incidence and conditions of poverty, mobilize private and public resources to impact on poverty and develop programs and services that would help eradicate poverty.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Darlene Bigler - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Stacy Stroman - Director

Contact Number(s)
724.852.2893 - Phone
724.627.7713 - Fax
1-877-814-0788 - CAS Toll-Free Number

E-mail(s)
sstroman@caswg.org- Director

Web Addresses
www.caswg.org

Primary Addresses
58 E. Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
This department also works with a program offered by SWPA AAA Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program called "PEER" (Pennsylvania's Empowered Expert Residents). The purpose of PEER is to train resident advocates of long-term care facilities to work within facilities with staff and residents to enhance quality of care and quality of life for themselves and for their peers.

Care Managers help older adults find services in the community to meet their needs and help them arrange to access these services. Direct services include:

Home Delivered Meals Adult Day Services In-Home Care Services Personal Emergency Response Systems Medicare Part D Enrollment Miscellaneous Forms: Rent/Tax Rebates, PACE, LIHEAP, etc

New consumers must call a central referral line to initiate access to services. Area Agency on Aging Information and Assistance: 1-800-734-9603.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies (Sliding Cost Share Scale)

Eligibility Requirements
Older Adults in need of services. (Must be age 60 or over)

Required Documentation
Proof of income; proof of age.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Caring Connections


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO),

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Donations


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-658-8898 - Helpline

E-mail(s)
caringinfo@nhpco.org

Web Addresses
www.caringinfo.org


Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
•Provides free resources and information to help people make decisions about end-of-life care and services before a crisis. •Brings together community, state and national partners working to improve end-of-life care through a national campaign called It's About How You LIVE.

Free Resources include: •State-specific advance directives and •Easy to read publications on these and other topics: Talking about end-of-life wishes, Supporting someone who is grieving, Caring for your loved ones, Talking to your doctor about pain or illness, Understanding hospice and palliative care services, Paying for long-term care and Caring for a seriously ill child.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Accept donations

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Carmichaels Area Junior/Senior High School


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Carmichaels Area School District

Legal Structure
School District


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
John Menhart - Superintendent

Ronald Gallagher - Assistant Principal

Lisa Zdravesky - Principal

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5045 - Phone
724.966.5556 - High School Fax

Web Addresses
jrsrhigh.carmarea.org/

Primary Addresses
300 West Greene St.
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Additional Addresses
225 N Vine Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The curriculum in grades 7 through 9 continues to build on the foundation set with the elementary curriculum, helping students to develop skills in the basic content areas while initiating opportunities for exploration according to individual needs or interests.

The curriculum in grades 10 through 12 involves one of two possible career paths - academic or technology. The academic curriculum is a self-contained program that involves a required class every year in math, English, social studies, science and at least two years of a foreign language. The technology curriculum is a Tech-Prep program that requires applied math, English, social studies and applied science. These students all attend the Greene County Vocational Technical School for their specialized courses.

Available Hours
Monday - Friday: 7:30 - 2:50

Fees/Cost for Services
Free, except for extracurricular activities.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be anywhere within the grade level of 7 - 12.

Required Documentation
Academic records; immunization records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Parents are encouraged to volunteer.

Carmichaels Activity Center
formerly called the Carmichaels Senior Citizen Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Community Action Southwest

Accreditations and Licenses
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture license

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
State, fundraising and donations


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Darlene Bigler - CEO
724-225-9550
1-877-814-0788
724-228-9966
dbigler@myblueprints.org

Contact Person(s)
Bridget Dennison - Center Services Manager
724-966-2290
724-966-8671
bdennison@myblueprints.org

Stacy Stroman - Program Director
724-852-2893
1-877-814-0788
724-627-7713
sstroman@myblueprints.org

Contact Number(s)
724.966.2290 - Phone
724.966.8671 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.caswg.org

Primary Addresses
100 Nemacolin Road
P. O. Box 184
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Additional Addresses
58 E. Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Senior Community Centers provide nutritious meals, recreation, socialization, physical fitness, education and volunteer opportunities.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
None; donations accepted for meals.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone 55 years of age or older, or whose spouse is age 55 or older.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Carmichaels Arbors


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Arbors Management

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Project Based Section 8 Housing Designated for Elderly & Persons with Disabilities. 1 Bedroom Garden Style Apartments with Private Entrances. Includes a Refrigerator and Range. Ground Floor Living with Patio to Enjoy Sitting Outdoors. Courtyard for Outdoor Enjoyment and Beautiful Peaceful Surroundings. Property is located close to Pharmacy, Grocery Stores, and Medical Clinics. Transportation can be Obtained from Community Action

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Michelle Cherup - Manager

Contact Number(s)
724.966.7321 - Phone
800-963-1280 - Management in Monroeville

E-mail(s)
carmichaelsarbors@arbors.com

Web Addresses
www.arbors.com/aff_prop_news/view/2

Primary Addresses
211 Liberty Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Additional Addresses
Arbors Management
1670 Golden Mile Highway
Monroeville, PA 15146
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides 75 garden apartments furnished with stove, refrigerator and carpeting. Subsidized housing.

Available Hours
1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
30% gross monthly income.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be of Senior citizen status, be handicapped or disabled, and meet certain income guidelines.

Required Documentation
Birth certificates and proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Must fill out an application and be put on waiting list.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Carmichaels Area Elementary Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Carmichaels Area School District

Legal Structure
School District


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
John Menhart - Superintendent

Dave Bates - Principal

Contact Person(s)
Roberta Barr - Guidance Counselor

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5045 - Phone
724.966.8789 - Fax

Web Addresses
elementary.carmarea.org/

Primary Addresses
225 North Vine Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The elementary curriculum provides a complete program of studies in Reading, Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Health, Library Science, Music, Art, Computer, and Physical Education for all students

The use of technology and computers is a high priority in the Carmichaels Area. There are two primary computer labs in the elementary school.

Available Hours
7:45 A.M. - 3:15 P.M.
Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free, except for extracurricular activities.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be anywhere within the grade levels of Kindergarten - 6th grade.

Required Documentation
Academic records; immunization records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call; walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Parents are encouraged to volunteeer.

Carmichaels Area Women's Civic Club


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-966-2486

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 213
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Carmichaels area

Service Description
This local women's civic club promotes the arts and makes contributions to local service agencies. Their annual "Hugs and Kisses" Project collects hats, gloves, socks and underwear that is donated to Salvation Army and the Washington Women's Shelter Inc. in Greene.

Carmichaels Borough



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
David Jack - Mayor

Charles Walker - President Borough Council

Contact Person(s)
Kayla Longdon - Secretary

Contact Number(s)
724-966-5506 - Phone

E-mail(s)
carmichaelsboro@gmail.com

Primary Addresses
100 West George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Carmichaels

Available Hours
Meetings take place at 5:00 PM on the second Wednesday of the month in the borough office.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Carmichaels Borough Police Department



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Craig Miller - Police Chief
724-966-5506

Contact Number(s)
724-966-5506

Primary Addresses
100 West George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Police Services


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Carmichaels Clinic


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Centerville Clinics, Inc.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jim Quinn - Executive Director

Dr. Josefina Paderes - Family Practice Physician

Dr. Jer-Yuan Tsai - Internal Medicine Physician

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5081 - Phone
724.966.9002 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
601 West George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Community clinic that offers the following health services:

-Allergy
-Emergency medical (minor emergencies)
-Family planning
-Geriatric matters
-Hearing
-Health education
-Laboratory
-X-rays
-Nutrition counseling
-WIC
-Obstetrics
-Gynecology
-Pediatrics
-EPSDT screening.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday.
5:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. Tuesday & Thursday evenings.
9:00 A.M. - 12:00 Noon every other Saturday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale which is based on income. All insurances are accepted and various managed care plans.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of medical services.

Required Documentation
Proof of income and insurance information.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Carmichaels/Cumberland Township Volunteer Fire Company



Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Chief Jim Higgins

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5700 - Phone

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 123
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Provides emergency fire services and rescues.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Foundation Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-622-6277

E-mail(s)
foundation@carnegielibrary.org

Web Addresses
www.carnegielibrary.org/locations/nonprofitcenter/

Primary Addresses
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh--Foundation Center
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Specialized services include: Regular workshops covering topics like Basic Proposal Writing, Fundraising 101, Media Relations, etc.; free E-News subscription; and databases that provide the latest information on foundations and grants.

Houses a variety of circulating books in genres including: Philanthropy, Volunteerism, Proposal Writing & Grantseeking, Nonprofit Management, Fundraising, Community & Economic Development, and Grant Resources for Individuals. Electronic databases are available for free public use, and appointments to learn how to use them are recommended by calling 412-622-6277.

You can use the Foundation Center just as you would any other department of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh system. For instance, you can: Receive reference assistance on-site or by phone or e-mail; Check out circulating materials and reserve items that are currently on loan; Request books and photocopies of articles through inter-library loan; Use the library's self-service photocopying machines (twenty-five cents per page). To check out or reserve books, or to access the databases, you will need a library card.

Available Hours
Sunday: 12:00 - 5:00; Monday: 10:00 - 8:00; Tuesday: 10:00 - 8:00; Wednesday: 10:00 - 8:00; Thursday: 10:00 - 8:00; Friday: 10:00 - 5:30; Saturday: 10:00 - 5:30

Fees/Cost for Services
No charges for database searches. Only charge is for print copies at .25 per page or for overdue books.

Eligibility Requirements
Non-profits; individuals seeking information on any aspect of philanthropy, including fundraising, management issues, grantseeking, etc.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Casey, Robert P., Jr. , U.S. Senator


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Senator of the 114th Congress

Legal Structure
Federal Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Robert P. Casey, Jr. - U.S. Senator
202-224-6324

Contact Number(s)
412-803-7370 - Pittsburgh Office
412-803-7379 - Pittsburgh Office/Fax
866-802-2833 - Toll-free

Web Addresses
casey.senate.gov/contact/

Primary Addresses
393 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
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Additional Addresses
Grant Building
310 Grant Street, Suite 2415
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cash Assistance Program
TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Department of Public Welfare

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.627.8171 - Phone
888.410.5658 - Toll Free
724.627.8096 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.dhs.state.pa.us

Primary Addresses
100 Greene Plaza
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides monetary payments to help eligible persons who don't have enough income to meet basic needs.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M
Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Must be a U.S. citizen or legal alien, a resident of Pennsylvania, participate in New Directions unless deemed exempt, and agree to seek support from absent parent.

Required Documentation
Proof of residency and income eligibility.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or come in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Catholic Charities of Greene County


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6410 - Phone
724.852.2624 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.ccpgh.org

Primary Addresses
72 East High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Also features the W.I.N. (Women in Need) Program, which provides free services for newborns up to age one, including:
-Formula
-Some clothing
-Diapers
-Counseling and educational materials.

Temporary financial assistance when available.

$ Energy (Dollar Energy) applications. Fire disaster assistance after all other available resources have been exhausted.

Organizes the "Angel Tree" Program, which provides Christmas toys to Greene County children.

Family, individual, and marital counseling, parenting classes, adoption services, parenting and pregnancy life skills training.

Performs pregnancy testing free of charge.

Rollercoasters Program for children ages 5 to 12 years old who are experiencing the emotional turbulence of divorce and other family changes.

Smoke detectors are available for free distribution to families in need.

Available Hours
8:00 AM - 4 PM Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale based on family income.

Eligibility Requirements
Varies depending on the program

Required Documentation
Proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Catnip Acres


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Our mission is to eliminate the pain and suffering associated with cat overpopulation in Greene County, Pennsylvania. In furtherance of that goal, Catnip Acres provides a low cost spay/neuter program for domestic cats and a T.N.R. (trap, neuter, release), program for feral cats.

History of Organization
The idea for Catnip Acres was born when Carol Pultorak began working as a volunteer at the local animal shelter in Greene County. She soon became aware of the second class status assigned to cats in shelters and became determined to reduce the number of cats euthanized. She began taking a single cat to the Pittsburgh spay and neuter clinic. That single cat was the beginning of a lifelong commitment which developed into Catnip Acres. Today they can boast that it has spayed and neutered over 4,000 cats. Founder and President Carol Pultorak's dream becam an official non profit 501 (c) 3 organization in April 2007.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Donations are tax deductible and much appreciated.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Carol Pultorak - President

Contact Number(s)
724-998-5910
724-627-0846

E-mail(s)
catnip.acres@hotmail.com- general

Web Addresses
www.catnip-acres.org

Primary Addresses
578 E. High St.
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
low cost spay and neuter clinic for cats, feral or owned. low cost spay and neuter clinic for dogs.

Available Hours
Please call for an appointment.

Fees/Cost for Services
2 packages, A $35.00 and $55.00. Free Fund for people feeding 6 or more outside cats.

Eligibility Requirements
To qualify for free fund must be below county poverty line.

Required Documentation
tax returns

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
many different volunteer positions, from paperwork to cleaning

CBM Ministries of S. W. PA
Children's Bible Ministries


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
We desire to evangelize school students and adults through the Released Time Bible Program, Camp, and the Mailbox Club; Teaching and guiding them to maturity in our Lord Jesus Christ, providing training and opportunities for Christian Service in the local church and to the world.

History of Organization
CBM Ministries began in the southern USA in 1935, but it had it's local beginnings in 1970 when Reba Miller established Released Time classes in Greene County, PA schools. Released Time is now offered in each elementary and secondary school in that county. In the 1990's CBM expanded to nearby Fayette county and in 2005 opened RT in Butler county. In 2005 CBM was ministering to over 850 students in 26 schools. Camp was first offered in 1971 and has been held each summer since for elementary and teen students. We have rented camps each year, but we are currently seeking to build a camp of our own to be used for year round ministry to all age groups.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Judy Virgili - Director

Contact Number(s)
724-966-9157 - Phone

E-mail(s)
cornerstoneswpa@gmail.com

Web Addresses
http://childrensbibleministries.net/
http://cbmswpa.com/

Primary Addresses
104 East Greene Street
P.O. Box 378
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Activities include: camps, retreats, banquets, church & family gatherings, seminars(such as divorce recovery or marriage enrichment), bible studies, programs for senior citizens, conferences and home school services.

CBM Ministries of SWPA is a non-profit, non-denominational, faith based ministry dedicated to evangelizing school students and adults through the Released Time Bible program, camps and retreats, and Character based correspondence lessons. It is our desire to teach the Bible, God's Word, helping students to grow in spiritual maturity. We also desire to help Christians develop their spiritual gifts and give them opportunities to serve in the local church and out into the world.

Available Hours
Time varies according to current schedule.

Fees/Cost for Services
No fee for release time. Fees vary for camps and retreats.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cedarwood Apartments


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Arbors Management

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Steve Magill - Manager

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5860 - Phone
724.966.7321 - Fax
724-741-2316 - Management Agent
724-741-3112 - Fax (Management Agent)

E-mail(s)
vess@arbuilding.com

Web Addresses
www.arbors.com/

Primary Addresses
403 Cedarwood Drive
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Additional Addresses
310 Seven Fields Blvd.
Suite 350
Seven Fields, PA 16046-0000
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Features a HUD subsidized apartmenthousing complex with 31 units, including one, two, and three bedroom apartments. A residential playground is available for public use and all apartments are equipped with a stove, refrigerator, and carpeting.

Available only for couples and families, but special consideration is given to single persons if disabled.

Available Hours
Office Hours:
8 AM to 4 PM Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
30% of gross monthly income.

Eligibility Requirements
Individuals and families must meet certain income guidelines.

Required Documentation
Birth certificate and proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Fill out an application to be put on the waiting list.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Center For Hearing and Deaf Services
HDS


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
HDS' mission is to provide a diverse and affordable program of quality diagnostic, rehabilitative and supportive services designed to address problems experienced by children and adults who are deaf or hard of hearing and to serve as an information and referral source for this population and the general public.

History of Organization
HDS was established in 1920 as the League for the Hard of Hearing to provide social activities for people with a hearing loss. From these modest beginnings, HDS has evolved into southwestern Pennsylvania's only comprehensive service center for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Amy Hart - President and CEO

Contact Person(s)
Jayde Eng - Administrative Assistant
412-235-9518 (Video Phone)
jeng@hdscenter.org

Contact Number(s)
412.281.6564 - Fax
412.281.1375 - Phone
724.832.7600 - HDS Westmoreland

Web Addresses
www.hdscenter.org

Primary Addresses
1945 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Additional Addresses
1011 Old Salem Road
Suite 102
Greensburg, PA 15601
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Performs the following services for all persons in need:
-Testing for hearing capabilities.
-Evaluations for a hearing aid.
-Sales and repairs of hearing aids.
-Sign Language Interpreting Services
-Psychological services.
-Psychiatric evaluations.
-Counseling services.
-Advocacy.
-Sales of Assistive Devices


Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday.
Evening hours by appointment only, and 24 hour emergency interpreting & crisis intervention.

Fees/Cost for Services
Set fees, but a sliding scale or third-party funding is available.

Eligibility Requirements
Children and adults wh are deaf, deaf-blind, or hard of hearing, as well as their families.

Required Documentation
Medical records and proof of income for sliding scale.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Center for Organ Recovery & Education
C.O.R.E. (Formerly named Pittsburgh Transplant Foundation)


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Center for Organ & Recovery Education is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting donation, education and research for the purpose of saving and improving the quality of life through organ, tissue and corneal transplantation.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Susan A. Stuart - President / CEO

Contact Number(s)
412.963.3563 - Fax
800.366.6777 - Tollfree
412.963.3550 - Phone

E-mail(s)
sstuart@core.org
menos@core.org

Web Addresses
www.core.org

Primary Addresses
204 Sigma Drive
RIDC Park
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
This agency manages the organ and tissue donor program for western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and a small portion of New York. Within this region, CORE works with a network of 155 hospitals to provide the organs, tissue and corneas for transplantation.

In addition to offering families the opportunity to donate, CORE coordinates the surgical recovery efforts, computerized matching of donated organs and placement of corneas.

CORE is dedicated to increasing the understanding of organ and tissue donation.

Formerly named Pittsburgh Transplant Foundation. Provides education and information about organ and tissue donation.

Available Hours
24 hours daily

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services or interested in becoming a donor.

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Center for Professional Development
(formerly known as Instructional Support Services)


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
IU1 Intermediate Unit 1

Legal Structure
School District


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Donald Martin - Assistant Executive Director
724-938-3241 ext. 429
martind@iu1.k12.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
800.328.6481 - Tollfree
724.938.8722 - Fax
724-938-3241 ext. 251 - Secretary to Assistant Executive Director

Web Addresses
www.iu1.k12.pa.us/about/departments/cpd

Primary Addresses
One Intermediate Unit Drive
Coal Center, PA 15423
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
he Center for Professional Development Department offers a wide variety of services and support to school districts including staff development, technical support for Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) initiatives, grant support, coordination of services, advisory councils and acquisition of resources. Staff development is offered through workshops, courses, and online classes for Act 48 hours and credit. Workshops are held at the IU and on site in school districts and are generally customized to suit district needs and cover all topics within the areas of assessment, curriculum or instruction, continuous school improvement, as well as reading and math, school safety, behavior, transition, early intervention, autism, assistive technology, interagency coordination, induction programs for teachers, educational specialists, and principals, and Act 45 programs for administrators. The Center for Professional Development Department staff serves as a liaison between the Pennsylvania Department of Education and local school districts by maintaining constant communication with PDE; identifying latest initiatives, clarifying requirements for school districts and supporting districts' efforts to follow state and federal mandates.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Center for Research and Economic Development


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Waynesburg University


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Barbara Kirby - Director

Contact Number(s)
724.852.3388 - Phone

E-mail(s)
bkirby@waynesburg.edu

Web Addresses
www.waynesburg.edu/web/cred

Primary Addresses
Waynesburg University
Corner of Washington and Wayne Streets
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The Waynesburg University Center for Research and Economic Development (CRED) is a resource that serves Waynesburg University, the community and beyond. Through scientific research, faculty and staff expertise, resources and partnerships, the Center supports initiatives contributing to the long-term sustainable economic future of the area.

The CRED partners with local businesses, non-profits, regional educational institutions, local government and economic development agencies to provide services and programs committed to enhancing our region's future. The CRED strives to stimulate economic development in the southwestern Pennsylvania.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Fee structure varies depending on services rendered.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Center for the Performing Arts


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Susan Zalar - Owner/Director

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5005 - Phone

Primary Addresses
200 West George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Offers instruction in all forms of dance, including:
-Ballet
-Tap
-Acrobatics
-Gymnastics
-Jazz
-Modern.

The music department offers personalized lessons with all of the following:
-Singing
-Piano
-Guitar
-Musical theater.

Classes for aerobics and karate are also offered here for those interested.

Racquetball courts are available.

Available Hours
Hours vary based on current schedule.

Fees/Cost for Services
Fees vary according to the different lessons or classes.

Eligibility Requirements
Any interested individuals

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Center Township



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Edward Deter - Chairman

Contact Person(s)
Paul Cook - Vice Chairman

N. Dawn Horr - Secretary-Treasurer

Dennis Makel - Solicitor

Contact Number(s)
724-499-5487

E-mail(s)
centertwpgr@windstream.net

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us/

Primary Addresses
100 Municipial Rd
PO Box 435
Rogersville, PA 15359
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Service Information

Service Area
Holbrook, Hunter's Creek, Oak Forest, Rogersville, Rutan

Available Hours
Meetings are held at 4 PM on the second Thursday of the month in the township office in Rogersville.

Center Township Volunteer Fire Company



Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Charlie Jones

Contact Number(s)
724.499.5259 - Phone

Primary Addresses
3374 W Roy Furman Hwy
Rogersville, PA 15359
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Provides emergency fire services.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Centerville Clinics Mental Health
Base Service Unit


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Centerville Clinics, Inc.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.632.6801 - Phone
724.852.1412 - Fax
724-627-8243 - Phone (Carmichaels)

E-mail(s)
mentalhealth@centervilleclinics.com- General

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
1150 7th Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370-0604
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Additional Addresses
Centerville Clinics, Inc.
1070 Old National Pike Rd
Fredericktown, PA 15333
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides such psychiatric services as the partial hospitalization program, marriage counseling, family therapy, diagnostic and therapeutic services for children, adults and seniors, and psychological testing.

School-based counseling through the CHILL Program.

Outpatient psychotherapy

Psychiatric evaluations and medication management

Family-based and BHRS services

Adults, children, adolescents, families, couples

Telepsychiatry

Available Hours
Monday - Friday 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.; For Emergency Service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays, call 911 or 724-632-6801.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale, but medical card and all insurance companies accepted.

Required Documentation
Varies

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Centerville Clinics, ICM/RC


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Centerville Clinics, Inc.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jeanne Lane - Supervisor

Contact Person(s)
Audrey Jones,

Christi Gross - Resource Coordinator

Contact Number(s)
724-627-8243 - Waynesburg site
724-966-5081 - Carmichaels site

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
601 W. George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Additional Addresses
1150 Seventh Street
Lower Level
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides intensive case management services for mental health clients.

Available Hours
Monday - Friday 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.; For Emergency Service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays, call 911 or 724-632-6801.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Centerville Clinics, Inc.
Joseph Yablonski Memorial Clinic


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
James Quinn - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Lisa Thorpe - Wraparound

Contact Number(s)
724.632.6801 - Phone

E-mail(s)
admin@centervilleclinics.com

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
1070 Old National Pike
Fredericktown, PA 15333
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Additional Addresses

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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Administrative entity created to manage and secure funding for the Joseph H. Yablonski Medical Center and the following community clinics: Carmichaels Medical Center, California Medical Center, Bentleyville Medical Center, Community Mental Health Center, Fairchance Medical Center, Republic Medical Center, and an office located in Waynesburg.

Doubles as an agency which accepts and acts upon consumer complaints, authorizes the use of buildings for agency or meeting space, and provides speakers and technical advice to organizations around the community.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday.
Evening and Saturday hours are available.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale which is based on income. All insurances are accepted and various managed care plans.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services.

Required Documentation
Insurance information.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Centerville Clinics, Inc./Bentleyville Office


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Centerville Clinics, Inc.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jim Quinn - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.239.2390 - Phone
724.239.2393 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
100 Wilson Road
Bentleyville, PA 15314
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington County

Service Description
Provides all of the following services :
-Allergy treatment.
-Emergency medical emergencies (minor).
-Family planning.
-Geriatric care.
-Gynecology.
-Home health visiting nurses.
-Pediatrics.
-Childhood immunizations.
-MH/MR.
-Vocational rehabilitation.
-Perinatal case management.
-Family Practice.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Monday.
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.
12:00 Noon - 4:00 P.M. Thursday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale which is based on income. All insurances are accepted and various managed care plans, however.

Required Documentation
Insurance information and proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in to schedule an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Centerville Clinics, Inc./California Office


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Centerville Clinics, Inc.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jim Quinn - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.938.2122 - Phone
724.938.7853 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
1152 Wood Street
California, PA 15419
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Provides family planning services, medical care for children, adults and seniors, as well as health education.

Limited lab services are available on Tuesdays at 9 A.M. Childhood immunizations are administered here.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.
5:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. Thursday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale which is based on income. All insurances are accepted and various managed care plans.

Required Documentation
Insurance information; proof of income eligibility.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call to schedule an appointment, but walk-in emergencies are accepted.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Centerville Clinics, Inc./Fairchance Office


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Centerville Clinics, Inc.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jim Quinn - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.564.0900 - Phone
724.564.9835 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
93 N. Morgantown Street
Fairchance, PA 15436
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Provides all of the following services :
-Allergy treatment.
-Emergency medical emergencies (minor).
-Family planning.
-Geriatric care.
-Gynecology.
-Pediatrics.
-Childhood immunizations.
-Vocational rehabilitation.
-Family Practice.
-Limited Laboratory Services.
-Health Education.

Available Hours
10:30 A.M. - 6:30 P.M.
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Tuesday
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Thursday

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale which is based on income. All insurances are accepted and various managed care plans.

Required Documentation
Insurance information; proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Centerville Clinics, Inc./Republic Office


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Centerville Clinics.Inc.

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jim Quinn - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.246.9434 - Phone
724.246.9846 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
1006 Main Street
Republic, PA 15475
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Provides all of the following services:
-Allergy treatment.
-Emergency medical emergencies (minor).
-Family planning.
-Geriatric care.
-Gynecology.
-Pediatrics.
-Childhood immunizations.
-Home Health Visiting Nurses.
-Obstetrics.
-Family Practice.
-Limited Laboratory Services.
-Health Education.
-Internal Medicine.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Tuesday and Thursday. 9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
Lab
1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
OB Doctor.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale which is based on income. All insurances are accepted and various managed care plans.

Required Documentation
Insurance information; proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Centerville Clinics, Inc./Waynesburg Drs. Office


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jim Quinn - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.627.8243 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.centervilleclinics.com

Primary Addresses
1150 7th Street Waynesburg
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Provides a doctor visit one day per week for all patients.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 12:00 Noon.
Thursdays only.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale which is based on income. All insurances are accepted and various managed care plans.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone who is at least the age of 18 with Centerville Clinics as their primary care provider.

Required Documentation
Insurance information; proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Centerville Clinics, Washington (Behavioral Healthcare Center)



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-632-6801
724-223-1067

Primary Addresses
37 Highland Avenue
Washington , PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington, Greene and Fayette counties


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Centerville Clinics, Washington (Medical/Dental)



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-223-1067

Primary Addresses
37 Highland Avenue
Washington , PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington, Greene and Fayette counties

Fees/Cost for Services
Fees vary; accept most insurances

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Central Greene School District


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
School District


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Brian T. Uplinger - Superintendent
buplinger@cgsd.org

Contact Person(s)
Mrs. Annette J. Vietmeier - Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Technology
avietmeier@cgsd.org

Contact Number(s)
724.627.9591 - Fax
724.627.8151 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.cgsd.org

Primary Addresses
250 S. Cumberland Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Educational programs for K-12. Community wellness program emphasizing pregnancy & substance abuse prevention. Student Assistance Program in middle/high schools provides: 1)Prevention--drug & alcohol education, depression & suicide awareness, guidance (self-esteem & decision making groups), SADD, parent meeting, drug & alcohol task force. 2)Intervention-pupil personnel team, student assistance teams, mental health counselors, drug & alcohol counselors.

School transportation; breakfast & lunch.

Exceptional children's programs: gifted, mentally retarded, learning disabled, special ed.; classes for vision & hearing impaired, speech & language, as well as psychological & support service through IU1.

Available Hours
7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

Fees/Cost for Services
There is a pay to play fee for extracurricular activities.

Eligibility Requirements
Public school provision for children from the age of 5 through 21. There is a new summer program for preschool children through our new KtO grant.

Required Documentation
Specific documents are required for different programs and services.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call; walk -in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Central Tax Bureau


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Central Tax Bureau of PA, Inc.

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Web Addresses
www.centaxgroup.com

Additional Addresses
20 Emerson Lane
Suite 905
Bridgeville, PA 15017
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Service Information

Service Description
This agency is responsible for collecting the 1% per capita tax (occupational privilege tax). For questions or more information please call the District Office (1-800-423-6829).

Chamber of Commerce, Carmichaels


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The purpose of the Carmichaels Area Chamber of Commerce is to promote and advance the interests of the Carmichaels Area business community. This goal will be accomplished by coordinating the efforts of commerce, industry and professionals to maintain and strengthen the business climate in the Carmichaels Area. Existing businesses will be encouraged to grow through local support, and assistance will be given to new businesses to relocate to the Carmichaels Area.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Charles Walker - President

John Brodak - Vice President

Contact Person(s)
Pam Whyel - Secretary

Sandy Bruce - Treasurer

Thelma Callaghan - Publicity Director

Web Addresses
www.carmichaelschamber.org

Primary Addresses
Box 93
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Acts as a sponsor for beautification and anti-litter campaigns, as well as charitable activities.

Also compiles a list of businesses and charities in the community and are very instrumental in planning and hosting the King Coal Festival, Halloween, and Christmas activities for children all around the area.

Available Hours
Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7:00 P.M. at the Greene Academy.

Fees/Cost for Services
$30.00 annually

Eligibility Requirements
Any and all business persons in Carmichaels and the surrounding area.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Chamber of Commerce, Waynesburg Area



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Melody Longstreth - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.627.5926 - Phone
724.627.8017 - Fax

E-mail(s)
waynesburgchamber@windstream.net

Web Addresses
www.waynesburgchamber.com

Primary Addresses
143 E. High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Mission is to provide services and programs that will increase the success of member businesses and organizations and enhance the economy and quality of life in the area. Goals: to represent member businesses, agricultural, professional, industrial, educational and community interests that enhance economic and civic well being. Strives to promote member business development in conjunction with the Greene County Industrial Development Authority, Waynesburg Borough, Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency and other appropriate entities through the coordination, not duplication, of efforts. Organizes the Annual Christmas Parade, Distinguished Service Award, Benefit Golf Outing at Rohanna's Golf Course and sponsors an annual scholarship for residents of Greene County who are graduating from high school. Provides group rates for health insurance,commercial insurance and electrical rates for member businesses.

Mission is to provide services and programs that will increase the success of member businesses and organizations and enhance the economy and quality of life in the area.

Goals: to represent member businesses, agricultural, professional, industrial, educational and community interests that enhance economic and civic well being.

Strives to promote member business development in conjunction with the Greene County Industrial Development Authority, Waynesburg Borough, Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency and other appropriate entities through the coordination, not duplication, of efforts.

Organizes the Annual Christmas Parade, Distinguished Service Award, Benefit Golf Outing at Rohanna's Golf Course and sponsors an annual scholarship for residents of Greene County who are graduating from high school.

Provides group rates for health insurance,commercial insurance and electrical rates for member businesses.

Available Hours
9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
$75 - $300 annual dues based on the number of employees and business/service/non-profit type.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write, email, or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Charitable Organizations, Bureau of


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Dept. of State

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
717.783.1720 - Phone
800.732.0999 - Tollfree
717.783.6014 - Fax

E-mail(s)
ST-CHARITY@state.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.dos.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/bureau_of_charitable_organizations/12444

Primary Addresses
207 North Office Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Empowered by the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act to register and regulate charitable organizations. Charities must file financial disclosure reports, providing documentation that donated money is used for charitable purposes.

Maintains registration and financial information on over 11,000 charities soliciting in the Commonwealth, as well as more than 400 professional solicitors and fundraising counsels.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Charities must all pay a registration fee.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Financial disclosure statement for charities.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write for more information.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cherry Door


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Rebecca Smith-Johnson - Store Manager

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6291 - Phone

Primary Addresses
244 Elm Drive
Waynesburg,, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Cherry Door is a thrift shop that offers assorted clothing, baby items, books, and small household items. All proceeds benefit the hospital.

Available Hours
10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Monday - Saturday

Fees/Cost for Services
Vary according to items selected.

Eligibility Requirements
No restrictions

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Walk-in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Chestnut Ridge Center--Mental Health Services


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
WVU Healthcare

Funding Sources
Fees, federal and WV state funding.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
304-598-6400 - Chestnut Ridge Center
304-598-6429 - Chestnut Ridge Day Hospital
304-598-4214 - Outpatient Call Center
800.982.6277 - Tollfree

Web Addresses
wvuhealthcare.com/hospitals-and-facilities/chestnut-ridge-center/

Primary Addresses
930 Chestnut Ridge Road
Morgantown, WV 26505-2854
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Inpatient Services •Adult Psychiatric Acute Care / Geriatric Acute Care •Adolescent Psychiatric Acute Care •Dual Disorder/ Addiction Care

Partial Hospitalization Services •Adult Chronically Mentally Ill Care •Adult Psychiatric Care •Adult Dual Disorder / Addiction Care •Child Partial Hospitalization

Residential Services •Adolescent Dual Disorder / Addiction Care •Adolescent Sexual Offender Care

Supporting Services •Recreational Therapy •Art Therapy •Alcohol/Drug Screening •Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing •Speakers Bureau •Experiential Therapy / Ropes Course

Available Hours
8am-4:30pm M-F

Fees/Cost for Services
Vary

Eligibility Requirements
Adults and adolescents who require treatment in a structured environment, but are capable of functioning in the community.

Required Documentation
Usual proofs of insurance, ability to pay, or income eligibility.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, walk in, write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Child & Adolescent Service Systems Program
CASSP



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dean Virgili - Mental Health Director
dvirgili@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5276 - Phone
888.317.7106 - Tollfree
724.627.0785 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Ft. Jackson Building
8 West High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
Ft. Jackson Building/3rd Floor
19 S. Washington Street
Waynesburg,, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides coordination & facilitation of services to children & families with serious emotional disturbance. Meetings are arranged in a comfortable and convenient location for the parents. All involved agencies are present & invitations can be extended to any persons who have touched the child's life. Problems and strengths are discussed and the group comes up with a plan to alleviate the crisis and improve the child's living conditions. A check-list is mailed to all participants as part of a follow-up procedure to insure that the plan is successful.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
None.

Eligibility Requirements
Any child who is between the age of birth to 21 years old.

Required Documentation
N/A

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Referrals only.
Referral is made through a human service agency, school, or parent.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Child Alert, Intermediate Unit 1 / Coal Center
Project Child Alert


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Intermediate Unit 1 (IU1)

Legal Structure
School District


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Charles F. Mahoney - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Candace Dunn - Special Education Director

Contact Number(s)
724.938.3241 - Phone
800.328.6481 - Tollfree
724.938.8722 - Fax

E-mail(s)
dunnc@iu1.k12.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.iu1.k12.pa.us/

Primary Addresses
One Intermediate Unit Drive
Coal Center, PA 15423-9642
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Testing and educational programs for preschool children who are handicapped or who are experiencing delays or problems in walking, talking, playing, hearing, seeing, or learning.

Also provides Physical Therapy, Speach Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and other educational therapies as needed.

Available Hours
Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
For ages 3 years to kindergarten; child must have disabilities or developmental delays.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Child Alert, Intermediate Unit 1 / Rices Landing
Project Child Alert


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Intermediate Unit 1 (IU1)

Legal Structure
School District


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Nicole Gallagher - Teacher

Contact Number(s)
724.592.6713 - Phone
800.328.6481 - Tollfree

Web Addresses
www.iu1.k12.pa.us/

Primary Addresses
1982 Jefferson Road
Suite 102
Rices Landing, PA 15357
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Developmental preschool for developmentally delayed children. Transportation available through the Intermediate Unit 1 upon request.

Also provides Physical Therapy, Speach Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and other educational therapies as needed.

Available Hours
9:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday (classrooms). 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday (Main IU office).

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
25% developmental delay, as per state and federal guidelines. Ages 3 to 5 years.

Required Documentation
Immunization records, medical records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call main IU office at 800-328-6481.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Child Alert, Intermediate Unit 1 / Sycamore
Project Child Alert


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Intermediate Unit 1 (IU1)


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Sharon Belesky - Director

Contact Number(s)
724.428.3042 - Phone
800.328.6481 - Tollfree

Web Addresses
www.iu1.k12.pa.us/

Primary Addresses
Morris Township
Box 64
R D 1
Sycamore, PA 15364
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Developmental preschool for developmentally delayed children. Transportation is available through the Intermediate Unit 1 upon request.

Also provides Physical Therapy, Speach Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and other educational therapies as needed.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday (classrooms). 8:00 A.M. -4:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday (Main IU office).

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Children anywhere between the age of 3 to 5 years and with a 25% developmental delay, as per state and federal guidelines.

Required Documentation
Immunization records, medical records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call main IU office via the toll free number at 800-328-6481.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Child Alert, Intermediate Unit 1 / Waynesburg
Project Child Alert


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Intermediate Unit 1 (IU1)


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Debra Sestilli - Supervisor

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6468 - Phone
800.328.6481 - Tollfree

Web Addresses
www.iu1.k12.pa.us/

Primary Addresses
300 North Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Developmental preschool for developmentally delayed children. Transportation available through the Intermediate Unit 1. Also provide Physical Therapy, Speach Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and other educational therapies as needed.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday (classrooms). 8:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday (Main IU office).

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
25% developmental delay, as per state and federal guidelines. Ages 3 to 5 years.

Required Documentation
Immunization records, medical records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call main IU office at 800-328-6481.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Child Care Information Services
CCIS


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene County Human Services

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Amy Switalski - Director
724-852-5277
aswitalski@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5277 - Phone
888.355.CCIS - Tollfree
888.355.2247 - Tollfree
724.852.5297 - Fax
888.317.7106 - Toll-free

E-mail(s)
aswitalski@co.greene.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
22 W. High Street
2nd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Maintains a current listing of licensed and registered child care providers available to Greene County residents and provides information about them.

Makes referrals to family day care homes and child care centers and holds activities for infants, toddlers, and school age children.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 PM
Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

Eligibility Requirements
Children anywhere in age from birth to 13 years who meet the income guidelines for subsidized care.

Required Documentation
Center must be licensed and family day care providers must be registered.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Child Development, Klingberg Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Robert C Byrd's Health Sciences Center/WVU

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
304.293.7331 - Phone
304.293.4337 - Fax
800-842-3627 Ext. 293-7331 - Toll Free at Physicians Office Center for scheduling appt.

Web Addresses
wvukids.com/wvuh/Healthcare-Services/Child-Development/Child-Development

Primary Addresses
WVU School of Medicine
P. O. Box 9216
Morgantown, WV 26506
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
The Klingberg Neurodevelopmental Center offers multi-disciplinary diagnostic evaluations for children displaying difficulties in the areas of development, attention, learning, and sleep. Our core team includes a pediatric neurologist, an educational psychologist, a social worker, and a parent educator. Most of the children seen through the center are between the ages of one and eleven.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale is in effect, but Medical Assistance, Medicare, UMW, PA Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and private insurance are accepted.

Eligibility Requirements
All children infancy up through adolescence and their immediate families.

Required Documentation
Varies

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for information or to schedule an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Child Development, Western Region


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Public Welfare

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-692-7288
1-877-4-PA-KIDS

Web Addresses
www.dhs.state.pa.us/forchildren/childcareearlylearning/

Primary Addresses
300 Liberty Avenue
Room 701 Pittsburgh State Office Building
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Provides information to individuals regarding licensing and registration of all day care facilites (day care centers, group day care homes, family day care homes, etc) and about existing licensed/registered facilities.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of service.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, Write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Child Find of America, Inc.


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Donna Linder - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
800-I-AM-LOST (800-426-5678)
800-A-WAY-OUT
845-883-6060 - Business Calls

Web Addresses
www.childfindofamerica.org

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 277
New Paltz, NY 12561-0277
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Service Information

Service Area
US

Service Description
This agency offers assistance for parents/families who are searching for missing children. Registration & location, mediation in cases of parental abduction child safety & public awareness programs, photo directory, newsletter, referrals and telephone support.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Child Support Enforcement, Bureau of


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Public Welfare

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
877-727-7238 - State Collection Disbursement Unit
724-852-5214 - Phone
1-800-932-0211 - Phone (Child Support Hotline)

Web Addresses
www.humanservices.state.pa.us/csws/
www.childsupport.state.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Box 8018
Harrisburg, PA 17105
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Aids in locating the delinquent parent and collects child support monies through attachment of wages, tax refunds, interest income, and even seizure of bank accounts, personal property, and property lines.

State Collection and Disbursement Unit, SCDU (If you receive or pay Child Support) 877-727-7238 * Contact SCDU for questions on Checks, EFT (Direct Deposit), PA.EPPICard, Payment Problems, Coupons, and before you stop payment on a check, or to request a replacement check.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Any parent who has been denied court-ordered child support payments.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Childline and Abuse Registry


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Department of Human Services

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Mission of ChildLine is to accept calls from the public and professional sources 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Cultural sensitivity and courteous demeanor will be dipslayed at all times to all callers. ChildLine will provide information, counseling and referral services for families and children to ensure the safety and well being of the children of Pennsylvania.

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.932.0313 - Childline (to report suspected child abuse)
717-783-6211 - Verification Unit
1-877-371-5422 - Toll Free Verification Unit
717-783-1964 - Database Unit, Care Check Unit, Volunteer Children's Act and Appeals Units
717.783.6354 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.dhs.state.pa.us/provider/childwelfareservices/childlineandabuseregistry/index.htm

Primary Addresses
PO Box 2675
Harrisburg, PA 17105-2675
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Appeals: This unit conducts administrative reviews to amend or expunge child abuse reports. It corresponds and interacts with perpetrators and their attorneys as well as investigating agencies and Departmental attorneys. When the decision has been made, Unit staff prepare the documentaiton informing the affected parties of the results and outlining additional options available.

Volunteer Children's Act: Federal criminal history record clearances by the FBI are available for Pennsylvania residents who are applying for the following positions in Pennsylvania: child care services; public or private schools, foster parents, adoptive parents. This Unit reviews and forwards the FBI information to the Pennsylvania State Police, which returns it to the VCA Unit. Unit staff review and dispense the results to the affected agencies.

CareCheck Unit: this unit performs Child Abuse and Criminal History Clearances for relative/neighbor child care providers who care for children in the subsidized child care program. The intent is to help parents make informed decisions about their child care provider. Information is provided to the Unit from the Child Care Information Services (CCIS) and the County Assitance Offices. The results of the Clearance reviews are relayed back to these agencies.

Accepts and assigns for investigation reports of child abuse. Also provides information and referral to local programs.

Database unit: This ChildLine Section maintains the records of the pending complaint file (alleged child abuse investigations), central register (confirmed child abuse reports) and the unfounded file (reports awaiting expunction). All other sections rely on this unit to provide prior history information to child abuse invesigators, fulfill requests for background checks, and statistical data for reports.

Verification Units: The state of Pennsylvania requires all prospective child care service and school employees to obtain child abuse clearances from the Department to ensure they are not a known perpetrator of child abuse or student abuse. Child care agencies are prohibited from employing any person who will have direct contact with children if the individual was convicted of certian criminal offenses or was named as a perpetrator of a founded report of child abuse within five years preceding the request for a clearance.

Available Hours
24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
All victims must be 18 years of age or younger.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Children & Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
C.H.A.D.D.


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
CHADD improves the lives of people affected by AD/HD. In working towards our mission, the behavior of the CHADD staff and volunteer leadership is determined by the following core values: Integrity; Respectful, open communication; Quality of our work product and productivity in our work effort, to assure sustained customer satisfaction; Flexibility and teamwork; A demonstrated commitment to diversity in all its forms; Dedicated to fulfilling CHADD's mission with passion and enthusiasm.

History of Organization
CHADD was founded in 1987 by a small group of parents of children with AD/HD and two treating psychologists in Plantation, Florida (near Miami). These parents came together because they felt frustrated and isolated, and there were few places to turn for support and information about AD/HD.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.233.4050 - Tollfree
412-276-2550 - Pittsburgh and vicinity
301-306-7070 - CHADD National Office
301-306-7090 - CHADD National Fax

Web Addresses
www.chadd.org
www.chadd.net/template.cfm?affid=600&p=about - CHADD of PA

Primary Addresses
4601 Presidents Drive
Suite 300
Lanham, MD 20706
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Acts as a resource for information about the cause, diagnosis and treatment of AD/HD. Provides advocacy for the rights and needs of persons with AD/HD as well as support and encouragement for the parent or adults with AD/HD.

Fees/Cost for Services
$5.00 annual membership fee in the national organization. No charge for local attendance.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone who is in need of services.

Required Documentation
None


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Children and Youth Services, Greene Co.
CYS


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene County Human Services

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Stacey Courtwright - Children and Youth Director

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5217 - Phone
800.932.0313 - Tollfree
888.317.7106 - Tollfree
724.627.6630 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Fort Jackson Building
19 S. Washington Street
2nd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Greene County Children & Youth provides the following services to people in need: General and Child protective services, Caseworker assistance, Homemaker services, Counseling referrals, General I & R (Information and Referral), Coordination with MH/MR and Drug and Alcohol resources, Abuse and neglect referrals, Prevention Education referrals.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday, but also on call beeper 911.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
All families with children under 18 years of age. Foster Parents are voluntary, and studied as per DPW regulations.

Required Documentation
Accepts anonymous referrals.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Foster Care Program--special training sessions.

Children's Health Insurance Program
CHIP also Cover All Kids


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Insurance Department

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.986-KIDS - Phone

Web Addresses
chipcoverspakids.com/

Primary Addresses
1142 Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
CHIP is short for the Children's Health Insurance Program, Pennsylvania's program to provide insurance to all uninsured children and teens in the commonwealth who are not eligible for Medicaid and have no access to affordable, comprehensive health-care coverage.

Once enrolled, children are guaranteed 12 months of CHIP coverage unless they no longer meet the eligibility guidelines. Families must renew their coverage every year in order for the coverage to continue.

There are four insurance companies to contact for the CHIP coverage: Aetna (800-822-2447), Highmark BC/BS (Western PA) 800-543-7105; Unison Kids (800-414-9025) and UPMC for Kids at 800-650-8762.

With CHIP, your children are guaranteed to receive comprehensive insurance coverage, including: immunizations, routine check-ups, prescription drugs, dental, vision, hearing services, emergency care, maternity care, mental health benefits, up to 90 days hospitalization per year, durable medical equipment, substance abuse treatment, partial hopsitalization for mental health services, rehabilitation therapies and home health care

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:45 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free to sliding fee scale. Coverage through CHIP is free to children in families earning up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL); children in families earning between 200 and 235% FPL pay $30 per month per child, up to famly cap of $70 per month for three or more children.

Eligibility Requirements
Covers children up to 18 years of age, have been a resident of Pennsylvania for at least 30 days, and neither currently covered by health insurance nor eligible for (or covered by) Medicaid.
Income guidelines will apply.

Required Documentation
Completed application, recent pay or unemployment stub, and a recent copy of 1040 tax form.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Applications are available at community clinics, Children and Youth Services, Community Action Southwest, County Assistance office, Find Out and Child Care Information Services. Call any of the insurance companies listed in the service description.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Children's Health Insurance Program (Aetna)
CHIP



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-822-2447
800-628-3323 - TDD
1-866-638-1232 - Medicaid/Medical Assistance/HealthChoices

Web Addresses
chip.aetna.com/PA/CHIP_PA_index.html


Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
Contact a Member Services representative who can assist you with the appication process for this free and/or low cost health insurance coverage for uninsured children or adolescents.

With CHIP, your children are guaranteed to receive comprehensive insurance coverage, including: immunizations, routine check-ups, prescription drugs, dental, vision, hearing services, emergency care, maternity care, mental health benefits, up to 90 days hospitalization per year, durable medical equipment, substance abuse treatment, partial hospitalization for mental health services, rehabilitation therapies and home health care.

Available Hours
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free and/or small monthly payment depending on income.

Eligibility Requirements
Children up to the age of 18 years and a resident of PA meeting the income guidelines set forth by the program.

Required Documentation
Proof of age, income and residency

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Children's Health Insurance Program (Highmark)
CHIP



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-543-7105

Web Addresses
www.highmarkbcbs.com

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box CARING
Pittsburgh, PA 15230-9779
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Service Information

Service Area
Western PA

Service Description
CHIP is Pennsylvania's program to provide insurance to uninsured children and teens. With CHIP, your children are guaranteed to receive comprehensive insurance coverage including: immunizations, routine check-ups, prescription drugs, dental, vision, hearing services, emergency care, maternity care, mental health benefits, up to 90 days hospitalization per year, durable medical equipment, substance abuse treatment, partial hospitalization for mental health services, rehabilitaiton therapies and home health care.

Available Hours
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday to Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free and/or low cost

Eligibility Requirements
Serves children up to age 18 years, must be a resident of PA and income guidelines apply.

Required Documentation
Proof of age, residency and income

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Children's Health Insurance Program (Unison Kids)
CHIP



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-414-9025 - Tollfree
1-800-905-8671 - Medicare

Web Addresses
http://www.uhccommunityplan.com/

Primary Addresses
Unison Plaza
1001 Brinton Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Contact a Member Services Representative who can assist you with the application process for this free and/or low cost health insurance coverage for uninsured children or adolescents.

With CHIP, your children are guaranteed to receive comprehensive insurance coverage, including: immunizations, routine check-ups, prescription drugs, dental, vision, hearing services, emergency care, maternity care, mental health benefits, up to 90 days hospitalization per year, durable medical equipment, substance abuse treatment, partial hospitalization for mental health services, rehabilitation therapies and home health care.

Available Hours
8:00 AM to 5 PM Monday to Friday; 8 AM to 8 PM on Wednesday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free and/or small monthly payment depending on income

Eligibility Requirements
Children up to the age of 18 years and a resident of PA meeting the income guidelines set for by the program.

Required Documentation
Proof of age, income and residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Children's Health Insurance Program (UPMC Health Plan)
CHIP and UPMC for Kids



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-978-8762 - Tollfree to apply
800-361-2629 - TTY
800-650-8762 - Member Services

Web Addresses
www.upmchealthplan.com/upmcforkids/index.html

Primary Addresses
ATTN: UPMC for Kids
One Chatham Center
112 Washington Place
Pittsburgh, PA 152198
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Additional Addresses
P.O. Box 2999
Pittsburgh, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
27 counties in Western Pennsylvania

Service Description
Contact a Member Services Representative who can assist you with the application process for this free and/or low cost health insurance coverage for uninsured children or adolescents.

With CHIP, your children are guaranteed to receive comprehensive insurance coverage, including: immunizations, routine check-ups, prescription drugs, dental, vision, hearing services, emergency care, maternity care, mental health benefits, up to 90 days hospitalization per year, durable medical equipment, substance abuse treatment, partial hospitalization for mental health services, rehabilitation therapies and home health care.

Available Hours
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday to Friday

Fees/Cost for Services
Free and/or small monthly payment depending on income

Eligibility Requirements
Children up to the age of 18 years and a resident of PA meeting the income guidelines set forth by the program.

Required Documentation
Proof of age, income and residency

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Children's Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center 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 three programs: Adoption, Child’s Way®, and the Pediatric Specialty Hospital, along with our Lemieux Family Center, work independently and collaboratively to accomplish our mission.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Pamela R. Schanwald, RN - Chief Executive Officer

Contact Person(s)
Constance A. Bach, MA - Director of Adoption

Erin Colvin, RN, MSN, CRNP - Clinical Director

Contact Number(s)
412-441-4884 - Main Phone Number
800-961-7704 - Toll free Adoption Services
412-441-0167 - Fax Number

E-mail(s)
info@chomepgh.org

Web Addresses
www.childrenshomepgh.org

Primary Addresses
5324 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh,, PA 15232
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Also features the "Assisted Adoption" Program, in which the birth mother can help choose the adoptive parents if adoption is desired.

Our Infant Adoption Program provides open, semi-open, and closed adoptions. Birthparents can choose an adoptive family and ongoing contact if desired. Counseling provided during and after pregnancy. All services are free to birthparents, medical and legal expenses are also covered. Private foster care available if parents want more time to decide.

-Private counseling about options.

-Postpartum counseling

-Adoption legal services

Available Hours
Our licensed 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

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
located in Laurenceville



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.692.5325 - General Information
412.692.7140 - Fax Number
412.692.7337 - Pediatric Health Link (free physician referral service)

Web Addresses
www.chp.edu

Primary Addresses
Children's Hospital Drive
One Children's Hospital Drive
4401 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Emergency Department/emergency medical walk-in clinic for children with less acute illnesses. Specialty clinics include: adolescent, allergy, amputee, arthritis and collagen-vascular diseases, asthma, audiology, brace, cardiology, cerebral palsy and related disorders, child development, clinical social work, cochlear implant, communication disorders, cystic fibrosis, dental, dermatology, diabetes, endocrine, enterostomal therapy, family and children's services, family intervention, feeding problems, gastoenterology, genetics counseling and diagnosis services, hematology-oncology, muscular dystrophy, nephrology, neurology, neurosurgery, nutrition consultation, opthamalogy, orthopedics, otolaryngology, PKU, plastic surgery, primary health care, psychiatry, psychology, renal, scoliosis, seizure, sickle cell anemia, spasticity, spina bifida program, surgery, tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy evaluation.

Children's Hospital will also provide specialty pediatric care through a new partnership with Wheeling Hospital. Staff will provide a range of outpatient services in such areas as pediatric cardiology, general and thoracic surgery, neurology and oncology.

Driving Directions: From South and West (Airport) •Follow Route 279 (Parkway West) through the Fort Pitt Tunnel and over the Fort Pitt Bridge. •Follow left lane signs for Fort Duquesne Bridge/Route 279 North. •Cross Fort Duquesne Bridge and follow right lane signs for Route 279/28 North. •Follow right lane exit signs for Route 28 North. •Follow Route 28 North to the traffic light at the 40th Street Bridge and turn right on the bridge. •Follow 40th Street through the traffic light at Butler Street and up the hill to the traffic light at Penn Avenue. Turn left. •Follow Penn Avenue to 44th Street. The hospital is on your left. To reach the Emergency Department, turn left at 44th Street. The Emergency Department is immediately on the right. To reach the main patient entrance, continue to 45th Street, turn left and follow the parking signs.

Available Hours
24 hour emergency services; call for clinic hours.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

Eligibility Requirements
Birth to 18 years

Required Documentation
Medical records, health insurance information

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Fully

Children's Hospital, WVU


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
304.293.4451 - Phone
800-982-8242
304.598.4323 - Phone (WVU's Children Hospital)
304.598.4000

Web Addresses
www.wvukids.com/

Primary Addresses
1 Medical Center Dr.
Morgantown, WV 26506
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Physicians available in all pediatric specialties as well as pediatric arthritis, internal medicine, hypercholesterolemia, electrophysiology, and psychiatry.

A pediatric nutritionist, play therapist, and school teacher provide care for hospitalization.

Driving Directions From Interstate 79: Take Exit 155, Star City. Follow signs to US 19 South - toward Morgantown. Cross the Star City Bridge and go straight through the next light. At the top of the hill, turn left onto Patterson Drive (WV 705). At the third light, turn right into Elmer Prince Drive and the WVU Health Sciences Center. Overhead signs will direct you to West Virginia University Hospitals. WVU Children's Hospital is located in the Ruby Memorial Hospital building, 6th floor.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday. 24 hour emergency care

Fees/Cost for Services
Waives a limited amount of fees, with priority given to West Virginians. Accepts Medical Assistance card, Medicare, and PA Blue Cross/Blue Shield.

Eligibility Requirements
Any child in need of service.

Required Documentation
Proof of income eligibility, medical card or insurance card.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Children's Institute of Pittsburgh
Formerly known as: Rehabilitation Institute


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Mission Statement: The Children's Institute is dedicated to promoting the well-being of children, young people and their families and to providing services that meet their special needs. Vision Statement: The Vision of the Children's Institute is to become a Center of Excellence in the region and in the nation. The hallmark of The Institute's legacy will continue to be an unwavering commitment to children with special needs and their families. Goal: Simply stated, the goal of the Children's Institute is to enable children and young adults with special needs to realize their fullest potential. The Institute provides them with every opportunity to achieve their own personal miracle. Time and time again, the Institute has seen its patients accomplish amazing things.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
David K. Miles - President and CEO

Contact Number(s)
412.420.2400 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.amazingkids.org

Primary Addresses
1405 Shady Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217-1350
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
An independent, nonprofit, licensed organization with inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, a day school, and social services for children and youth with special health care needs.

Provides physical medicine & therapy, occupational & speech / language therapy, dietary services, rehab nursing, orthotics, psychological & social services, and special education.

Available Hours
Inpatient: 24 hours a day. Outpatient: 8:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday. Special education services: 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday. Office: 8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies according to service rendered. Third party payments accepted.

Eligibility Requirements
Children of any age.

Special education children must be at least pre-school age, but no older than 21 years of age, and must be in a non-acute stage of illness, which must be rehabilitable.

Required Documentation
Medical records.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
A commitment to a minimum of one day per week, for three hours. College students must commit to a semester or six months.

Volunteers may be asked to work in the swimming pool area, where they help with both instructional and recreational programs either during the day or in the evening.
Many volunteers help on the various units simply by spending time with young patients, providing companionship, or assisting with therapy programs.
Volunteers are always needed in The Day School classrooms.

Children's Rights


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
888-283-2210 - Toll-free
212-683-2210
212-683-4015 - Fax

E-mail(s)
legal@childrensrights.org
info@childrensrights.org

Web Addresses
www.childrensrights.org

Primary Addresses
330 Seventh Avenue
4th Floor
New York, NY 10001
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Children's Rights is a national advocacy group working to reform failing child welfare systems on behalf of the hundreds of thousands of abused and neglected children who depend on them for protection and care. For more than a decade, they have been fighting to enshrine in the law of the land every child's right to be protected from abuse and neglect and to grow up in a safe, stable, permanent home.

Provides training seminars for professionals in social services and law enforcement.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
No restrictions.

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Children, Youth and Families, Office of
OCYF


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Department of Human Services


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
717.787.4756 - Phone
717.787.0414 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.dhs.state.pa.us/dhsorganization/officeofchildrenyouthandfamilies/

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 2675
Harrisburg, PA 17105-2675
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Works through county C & Y (Children and Youth) offices to provide a number of services to children, including:
-Protective services.
-Emergency shelter.
-Homemaker and status offender services.
-Adoption.
-Foster care.
-Residential care.
-Juvenile diversion programs.

Oversees the operation of C & Y.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Christian Sandbox


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The purpose of this Christian preschool is to provide a child-centered program where each boy and girl has the opportunity to: 1) Grow through Christ while promoting his/her social and emotional well-being; 2) Develop appropriate cognitive and physical skills; and 3) Have the means for creative expression.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Marge Cole - Teacher

Contact Person(s)
Beth O'Donnell, Assistant Teacher

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6244 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.fbcwaynesburg.org

Primary Addresses
303 West High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
"The Christian Sandbox" preschool is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian outreach program sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Waynesburg. The school is conveniently located on the first floor of the church in a warmly inviting classroom with a fully credentialed teacher and an assistance teacher.

Available Hours
3-day morning session on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:30 AM to 11 AM and 2 day afternoon session Monday and Wednesday from noon until 2:30 PM.

Fees/Cost for Services
Call for more information about tuition, school calendar, qualification of teachers, etc. Scholarships are available!

Eligibility Requirements
Children anywhere between the ages of 3 and 5.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Chronic Renal Disease Program


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA State Department of Health

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.225.7223 - Info on eligibility and enrollment

Web Addresses
www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=558196&mode=2

Primary Addresses
Health and Welfare Building
8th Floor West
625 Forster Street
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides monetary assistance for all forms of chronic dialysis, home dialysis equipment and supplies, renal transplantation, prescription drugs including most immuno-suppressants, and physician fees.

Provides limited transportation to and from treatment centers.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Must be a resident of Pennsylvania of any age and pass the income eligibility requirements.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Church of Christ



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.852.1528 - Phone

Primary Addresses
Sherman Avenue and 7th Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Church of God


Primary Addresses
81 Walnut Street
Clarksville, PA 15352
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Offers a place to worship


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Church of God of Prophecy



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Valenda Custer - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.627.3615 - Phone

Primary Addresses
313 Jennings Avenue
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Offers a place to worship.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Citizens Library
District Center


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Our mission at Citizens Library is provide the resources to enrich, inform, and educate the public.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Diane Ambrose - Director

Contact Number(s)
724-222-2400 - Phone
724-225-7303 - Fax

E-mail(s)
citlib@citlib.org

Web Addresses
www.citlib.org

Primary Addresses
55 South College Street
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington County and Greene County

Service Description
Citizens Library is the District Center for all the libraries in Washington and Greene Counties. It coordinates activities by the libraries and acts as an intermediary between the libraries and the state. The Washington County Library System is a loose federation of libraries in Washington County which guarantees library service to any county resident. The Greene County Library System is comprised of Bowlby Public Library and Flenniken Public Library

Available Hours
Monday - Thursday 10 AM to 8 PM; Friday and Saturday from 10 AM to 5:30 PM. Closed on Sundays.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone who is a resident of Washington or Greene counties.

Required Documentation
I.D.; Proof of residency

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, email or walk-in

City Mission, Washington


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dean Gartland

Contact Number(s)
724.222.8530 - Phone
724.222.3510 - Fax
800-226-8412

E-mail(s)
skarl@citymission.org- general info about the City Mission

Web Addresses
www.citymission.org

Primary Addresses
84 West Wheeling Street
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Provides services for anyone in need through various programs, as follows:

1.) SHELTER/REHABILITATION:
Up to 62 men and 32 women and children can be housed at any one time at the Washington City Mission and Avis Arbor Women's Shelter, respectively. The Men's Next Step Program is an extension of the Men's Shelter. These living quarters are available to men who have successfully completed our program and have gainful Employment. The purpose of this program is to allow these 10 men to live in very low cost arrangements while they save for an apartment of their own.

2.) STORES:
Four Hidden Treasure thrift stores--located in Canonsburg, Donora, Washington, and Waynesburg--offer used merchandise of excellent quality at very affordable prices. Purchases at the stores provides revenue to continue the Mission's programs. Each stores is a ministry in the community, offering free or reduced cost merchandise to those who are in need.

3.) FOOD:
Provides meals to residents as well as anyone who walks in from the street. Also serves food as a food distribution center and accepts a surplus of perishable food items and then distributes them to other shelters and service providers to feed more homeless and near-homeless.

4.) RECYCLING:
Operates 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. every Monday through Saturday.

5.) EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE:
Provides emergency food, clothing, and other household-related items to vicitms of fire, natural disasters, and the needy.

6.) MEDICAL CLINIC:
Offers free medical care for basic health care needs and minor health care problems to residents and other homeless individuals. This is provided by volunteer doctors and nurses through the Arubucke Clinic, founded in 1993.

7.) CHRIST-CENTERED TRAINING & REHABILITATION:
All residents are eligible to participate in Christ-centered rehabilitation. They attend chapel programs on Sunday mornings, Thursday evenings, and even morning devotions.

8.) RECOVERY IN CHRIST:
This program deals with the underlying causes of homelessness and addiction in an intense and dynamic manner. In addition, individual and group pastoral counseling is provided along with other supportive services to those who are in need.

9.) "WORK OUT":
This program is for eligible residents who have participated and have been successful in the Mission program for 30 days or more. Participants will work for employers outside of the Mission, while continuing to reside in and receive full support of all of the Mission's services and programs. Upon reaching a savings goal, they are then assisted with making a healthy transition to independent living.

10.) WORK READINESS:
All residents must participate in "Work Readiness" training. This involves working at the Mission, in the recycling center, or in other areas. The residents not only help the operation of the Mission, but they learn valuable, marketable job skills, time management, and good work ethics.

Available Hours
Phone answers 7 days a week 24 hours a day and the shelter is available at any time if space permits. Store hours are 9:00 A.M. -4:00 P.M.
Monday - Saturday.

Fees/Cost for Services
All services are free; goods are sold at retail stores.

Eligibility Requirements
No eligibility requirements.

Required Documentation
Some form of identification.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
There are several ways you can volunteer your time with Washington City Union Mission: Regular Weekly Volunteering, On-Call Volunteering, Monthly Church Volunteering, Group Volunteering, Collection Drives & Benefits, and Auxiliary.



Civic Organization for Community Outgrowth
COCO


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Unknown


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Norma Kline

Primary Addresses
c/o 101 Bayard Avenue
Rices Landing, PA 15357
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area of Greene County

Service Description
A civic organization whose purpose is to further promote tourism and community spirit in the Rices Landing area and all it's many local recreational and historical attractions which include: the W.A. Young and Sons Foundry and Machine Shop, Greene River Trail and the Rices Landing lock wall/dock area.

Civil Service Commission, PA
CSC


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Scott A. Rainey - Chairman

Contact Number(s)
412-565-7666 - Pittsburgh Office
717-783-3058 - Harrisburg Office

Web Addresses
www.scsc.state.pa.us

Primary Addresses
320 Market Street
P.O. Box 569
Harrisburg, PA 17108
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Additional Addresses
411 Seventh Avenue
Room 410
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Lists available civil service positions. Administers civil service examinations. Provides employment counseling to applicants and processes applications; conducts employee evaluations. Works with OVR and the Bureau of Job Service.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Completed application and S.S. card for the exam.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, contact Western Region Office or local Job Center.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Clarksville Borough



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Sam Benyi - Mayor

Jason Dikun - Council President

Contact Number(s)
724-377-0155

Web Addresses
jeff-morgcog.org/Clarksville_Boro.html
www.co.greene.pa.us/secured/gc2/depts/eo/twp/clarksville.htm

Primary Addresses
300 Factory Street
Clarksville, PA 15322
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Service Information

Service Area
Clarksville

Service Description
Meetings are open to the public. The second Tuesday of each month in the borough building, a meeting wiil be held at 7:00 pm.

Clarksville Christian Church



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dominic Sgro - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.377.2406 - Phone

Primary Addresses
330 Market Street
Clarksville, PA 15322
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Clarksville Lions Club Community Center
(formerly known as Clarksville Senior Citizen Center)


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Elizabeth Kimtantas - Site Supervisor

Sandy Silbaugh - Center Secretary

Contact Number(s)
724-364-3224 - Clarksville Lions Club

Primary Addresses
524 East Street
Clarksville, PA 15322
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Socialization opportunities and recreational activities, educational programs and congregate meals. Special programs throughout the year may include: flu shot clinics, health screenings and tax assistance.

Available Hours
10 AM - 2 PM Tuesdays. Lunch is served at noon.

Fees/Cost for Services
None; donations accepted for congregate meals.

Eligibility Requirements
Age 18 years and over; no dues are charged.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Clarksville Missionary Church



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jack - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724-377-2704

Primary Addresses
RD #1
Clarksville, PA 15322
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Clarksville Volunteer Fire Company



Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Chief John McCartney - Fire Chief

Vicki McCartney - EMS Contact

Contact Number(s)
724.377.1460 - Phone

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 707
Clarksville, PA 15322
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Volunteer fire and medical services.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Claughton Chapel United Methodist Church


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Mission of the Fairall United Methodist Charge is to further the Kingdom of God on earth by Worshipping God in Spirit and Truth; by making Disciples of all Persons; by Engaging in Fellowship; by Sharing the Good News about the Kingdom of God; and by being Involved in Local and World Ministry.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Pastor Jacob Judy

Contact Number(s)
724-852-6347 - Church

Primary Addresses
1552 Big Shannon Run
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Clay-Battelle Health Services Association
Clay-Battelle Community Health Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Clay-Battelle Health Services Association

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Mission: To provide quality, comprehensive medical and dental care regardless of ability to pay.

History of Organization
Incorporated in 1973 with one dentist, physician added later that year. Second site (Community Health Center of NE Wetzel County) opened in 1979. Clay-Battelle Pharmacy opened in 2009. Currently have 3 board certified family physicians, 1 dentist, 2 physician assistants, 1 dental hygienist providing services. Extended hours (eves. and Sats.) help accommodate students and working folks.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Fee for service (participate with most insurances, Medicare, and WV/PA Medicaid programs), and have a sliding fee scale of discounts for eligible patients. Receive some funding from Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) through their Community Health Centers Program, and WV Bureau for Public Health, Division of Primary Care.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
304.775.4671 - Phone No. for Community Health Center of NE Wetzel County (Burton Clinic)
304.775.4211 - Fax No. for Community Health Center of NE Wetzel County (Burton Clinic)
304.432.8213 - Fax No. for Clay-Battelle Community Health Center
304.432.8211 - Phone No. for Clay-Battelle Community Health Center (toll free from Waynesburg)

Web Addresses
cbhealthwv.org/

Primary Addresses
5861 Mason Dixon Highway
P.O. Box 72
Blacksville, WV 26521
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Additional Addresses
60 May Lane
Suite 102
Burton , WV 26562
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County, WV, Monongalia County (WV), Wetzel County (WV), parts of Marion County (WV)

Service Description
Family medical care (treatment of acute and chronic conditions, preventive care)

Family dental care (exams, cleaning, restorations-fillings, simple extractions, root canal therapy, tooth whitening)

Clay-Battelle Pharmacy (full-service pharmacy) next door

Sliding fee scale of discounts for eligible patients

Mileage reimbursement for uninsured patients

On-site lab at both Clay-Battelle Community Health Center and Community Health Center of NE Wetzel County

On-site x-ray at Clay-Battelle Community Health Center

Available Hours
Medical Dept: Monday and Thursday 8 AM to 8 PM; Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8 AM to 5 PM; Saturday 8 AM to noon. Dental Dept.: Monday and Thursday 8 AM to 8 PM; Tuesday and Wednesday 8 AM to 5 PM; Friday 8 AM to noon; Closed on Saturday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Payment is expected at the time of service. All forms of medical & dental insurance are accepted including Medicare & Medicaid. Travel reimbursement is available to patients with no insurance. A sliding fee scale of discounts is applied to the uninsured who meet guidelines.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of medical/dental services.

Required Documentation
None, unless patient is receiving assistance from Medicaid/Medicare, or applies for our sliding fee scale of discounts.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Cleft Palate Foundation


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
919-933-9044 - Administrative Office
1-800-24 CLEFT - Toll free
919-933-9604 - Fax

E-mail(s)
info@cleftline.org

Web Addresses
www.cleftline.org

Primary Addresses
1504 East Franklin Street
Suite 102
Chapel Hill, NC 27514-2820
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
The Cleft Palate Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals affected by facial birth defects. They operate "Cleftline," which provides information to callers about craniofacial anomalies. They also publish and distribute free publications.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Mon. - Fri.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

Required Documentation
n/a

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, email, write of fax

Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-692-8614 - Fax
412-692-8650 - Appointment scheduling

Web Addresses
www.chp.edu/CHP/cleftcranio

Primary Addresses
Cleft-Craniofacial Center
4401 Penn Avenue
3rd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description
The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Center provides services for individuals from birth through adulthood. These services include: diagnostic and interdisciplinary care for all aspects of cleft lip & palate and craniofacial abnormalities.

The Cleft-Craniofacial team cares for children with a wide variety of craniofacial conditions, including: Abnormally shaped skulls; Cleft lips and palates; Conditions affecting the growth of the face; Congenital birthmarks; Craniofacial clefts; Craniofacial tumors; Malformed ears; and Wide-set eyes.

The center's multidiciplinary team comprises specialists in the following fields: audiology, dentistry, genetic counseling, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, otolaryngology, pediatrics, plastic surgery, psychiatry, psychology, social work, speech pathology and surgery.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday for office hours, but a 24 hour hotline is also in effect.

Eligibility Requirements
Referrals are required from primary care physicians or other Children's Hospital speciality services. Referrals for patients enrolled in managed care insurance plans also may require authorization from the insurance provider and primary care physician.

Required Documentation
All necessary referral and authorization forms must be received before the patient's visit.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write, or fax to schedule or for more information.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Clerk of Courts, Greene County


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Local Government

Funding Sources
State, county


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Sherry Wise - Clerk of Court

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5281 - Phone
724-852-5282

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
County Courthouse
10 E. High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Receives and processes legal papers in criminal matters, and indexes and preserves them for future use. Public records, although some family court records may remain sealed. Records on Orphan's Court, Juvenile Adoption, miscellaneous road documents, marriage licenses (records from 1885 on) and birth certificates (records from 1893-1915 only).

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Client Assistance Program
CAP


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To provide you with information and advice about rehabilitation programs. To advise you of your legal rights and responsibilities. To help you resolve problems that may arise while you are seeking services from rehabilitation programs. To help you pursue administrative and legal remedies to protect your rights.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Stephen S. Pennington, Esq. - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Lannette Suarez - Advocate

Contact Number(s)
215- 557-7112 - Philadelphia
888-745-2357 - Philadelphia
215-557-7602 - Fax

E-mail(s)
info@equalemployment.org

Web Addresses
www.equalemployment.org

Primary Addresses
1515 Market Street
Suite 1300
Philadelphia, PA 19102
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
CAP is an advocacy program for people with disabilities administered by the Center for Disability Law & Policy.

CAP helps people who are seeking services from the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Blindness and Visual Services, Centers for Independent Living and other programs funded under federal law.

CAP help is provided to you at no charge, regardless of income.

The Center for Disability Law & Policy is dedicated to ensuring that the rehabilitation system in Pennsylvania is open and responsive to your needs.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Clients of OVR or Blindness and Visual Services.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Client Security Fund
Pennsylvania Lawyers Fund for Client Security


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Financed by annual assessments of all active Pennsylvania attorneys.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Kathryn J. Peifer, Esq. - Executive Director

Contact Person(s)
Susan L. Erdman - Administrative Assistant

Contact Number(s)
717.231.9510 - Phone
800.962.4618 - Tollfree
717.231.9511 - Fax

E-mail(s)
admin@palawfund.com
kpeifer@palawfund.com

Web Addresses
www.palawfund.com

Primary Addresses
Pennsylvania Judicial Center
601 Commonwealth Avenue
Suite 5400
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Established by the Supreme Court to reimburse clients for losses of money or property incurred because of their attorneys' dishonesty and who cannot receive reimbursement from other sources.

The mission of the Pennsylvania Lawyers Fund for Client Security is to reimburse victims of attorney dishonesty in the practice of law; to preserve the integrity and protect the good name of the legal profession; and to promote public confidence in the legal system and the administration of justice in Pennsylvania

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone who incurred losses due to their attorneys' dishonesty & can't receive reimbursement from other sources.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or download complaint form online.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Clinical Psychology Center


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
University of Pittsburgh


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.624.8822 - Phone

E-mail(s)
clinic+@pitt.edu

Web Addresses
www.pitt.edu/~clinic/

Primary Addresses
University of Pittsburgh
3820 Sennott Square
210 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
The Clinical Psychology Center at the University of Pittsburgh provides a full range of outpatient psychological services at reduced fees. In this training clinic, advanced graduate students in the Clinical Psychology Program offer a wide variety of treatment approaches, including cognitive-behavioral, family systems, and process-oriented psychotherapy.

Offer the following kinds of treatment: Individual psychotherapy for adults, Individual psychotherapy for children and adolescents, Family counseling, Marital/couples counseling, Medication management is available in conjunction with the above services.

Psychological testing can also be arranged for both adults and children.

Available Hours
Monday 10 AM - 8 PM, Tuesday 9 AM - 8 PM, Wednesday 10 AM - 8 PM, Thursday 9 AM - 8 PM and Friday 9 AM - 3 PM.

Fees/Cost for Services
Services are provided on a sliding fee scale, based on income. We make every effort to accommodate clients' financial needs. Students at the University of Pittsburgh can also contact the University Counseling Center, where they may be eligible for free services.

Eligibility Requirements
All ages; clients who are psychotic, suicidal or have a substance abuse problem are not accepted.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Columbia Gas
Universal Services


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-888-460-4332

Web Addresses
www.columbiagaspa.com/en/home.aspx
www.saveonenergy.com/columbia-gas/ - Save on Energy Information

Primary Addresses
Columbia Gas of PA
121 Champion Way
Suite 100
Canonsburg, PA 15317
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Additional Addresses
Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania
P.O. Box 742510
Cincinnati, OH 45274
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description
Universal Services (low-income) programs may include: special payment arrangements and weatherization (non-emergency).

CARES (Customer Assistance Referral and Evaluation Services) The CARES program offers personalized assistance to customers having difficulty paying their gas bill. We know that life can sometimes surprise people with the unexpected. That's why we offer a helping hand during temporary hardships. Our Universal Services representatives are trained to be helpful in situations requiring sensitivity, resourcefulness and have the ability to assist customers through short-term financial problems. Basic budget counseling, customized payment plans, and linkage to energy grant programs/community resources form the supportive framework of the CARES program. To learn more about CARES call our Universal Services department at 1-800-537-7431.

Warm Choice is a free weatherization program that first identifies an energy picture of your home and then takes action to seal up areas where heat escapes. This free program is designed for customers with low incomes and high gas usage. The goal is to help customers better manage energy use and gas heating costs by reducing natural gas consumption. To learn more about Warm Choice call 1-800-537-7431.

The Emergency Repair Program offers financial assistance for the repair or replacement of natural gas furnaces, water heaters, service and house lines and space heaters serving as the primary heat source for a residential dwelling. This program is designed to address emergency situations that involve unsafe service conditions for residential heat customers with low incomes who own and are living in their home. To be eligible to receive a grant through the Emergency Repair program, the customer must meet strict income guidelines. Funds are limited on an annual basis. To learn more about the Emergency Repair program, call our Universal Services number at 1-800-537-7431.

Medical Certification: We will delay termination of service for up to 30 days when you have a licensed physician complete a medical certification form stating that termination would be hazardous to the health or safety of a permanent resident of your home. For more information, please call: 1-888-460-4332.

Third Party Notification: this service can be a "safety net" if you or someone you care for misses a payment on the monthly gas bill. A third party can be notified if service is in danger of being shutoff for non-payment. This doesn't mean that the third party is obligated to pay the bill, and it doesn't necessarily prevent the shutoff. But it does alert the third party that the person is having problems and might need help or advice. Third-party notification is especially helpful for someone who lives alone or who's dealing with chronic illness. To request this service, both parties should complete the authorization form and return it to Columbia Gas at the address on the form. If you would like more information, please call: 1-888-460-4332.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Commercial Driver License


Organizational Information

Funding Sources
State; fees; fines.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.932.4600 - Tollfree
717.412-5300 - Out-of-State

Web Addresses
www.dmv.state.pa.us/commercialDriversCenter/obtainingCDL.shtml

Primary Addresses
Riverfront Office Center
Driver and Vehicle Services
1101 South Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104-2516
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Licenses individuals to operate commercial motor vehicles including taxicabs, buses, delivery vans, and tractor trailers. Sends forms, applications, pamphlets, driver instruction manuals on request. Provides locations of commerical driver license exams.

Available Hours
Monday - Friday from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM and Saturday from 7:30 AM to noon for Motor Vehicle and Driver Licensing Renewal. Tuesday - Saturday from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM for Driver Exam Hours Mon., Tues., Wed, Fri, Sat. 8:30 AM -4:5 PM and Thursday from 8:30 AM - 6 PM for Photo License Center

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies by size and type of vehicle.

Eligibility Requirements
Age 18 and over. Must pass commercial drivers' license examination.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Commission for Women


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women is to identify and advance the diverse needs and interests of Pennsylvania women and girls; to inform, educate and advocate for its constituents; and to provide opportunities to empower women and girls to reach their highest potential.

History of Organization
The Pennsylvania Commission for Women was established by Executive Order in 1974, by Governor Milton J. Shapp. The formation of a Women's Commission legitimized many concerns of the women's movement and brought them into the mainstream of the political process. The Commission has evolved from its initial purpose of bringing the laws of the Commonwealth into compliance with the Equal Rights Amendment. While still a vehicle for change, today's Commission is an ardent advocate for health care, business and human rights legislation. It encourages the formation of County Commissions for Women and facilitates coalitions among women's organizations across the State. In keeping with its mission, the Commission continues to break down barriers, gain footholds, and empower the women of Pennsylvania. Governor Edward G. Rendell signed the most recent Executive Order on June 22, 2003. Governor Rendell appointed twenty-six members to the Commission and Leslie Stiles as Executive Director.

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
717-787-5825

E-mail(s)
ra-pcwweb-mail@state.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.pcw.state.pa.us

Primary Addresses
508E Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Provides information on issues such as credit, displaced homemakers, divorce law, wife & child abuse, rape, sex discrimination, sexual harassment, women in politics, entrepreneurship and legislations. Discussion and referral relating to complaints.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
None

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Commissioner's Office, Greene County


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Local Government

Funding Sources
County


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Archie Trader - Commissioner
atrader@co.greene.pa.us

Charles J. Morris - Commissioner
cmorris@co.greene.pa.us

Blair Zimmerman - Commissioner

Contact Person(s)
Jeff Marshall - Chief Clerk
jmarshall@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5210 - Phone
724-627-5428 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
County Office Building
93 E. High Street
3rd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Commissioners make up the chief governing body of the county. Administrative duties include: Registration and Elections, Property Assessment, Veterans' Affairs, Human Services and the appointment of county personnel and fiscal management.

Coordinate with state and federal public officials. Provide public relations for the county.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, walk in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Commissions, Elections, and Legislation, Bureau of


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Pennsylvania Department of State

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jonathan M. Marks - Commissioner

Ian J. Harlow - Commissioner

Contact Number(s)
717.787.5280 - Phone
717.705-0721 - Fax

E-mail(s)
RA-BCEL@state.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.dos.state.pa.us/bcel/site/default.asp

Primary Addresses
210 North Office Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
The Bureau of Commissions, Elections & Legislation (BCEL) is responsible for appointing notaries public, authenticating documents, handling campaign finance and lobbying disclosure expenses, assisting the public with PA voter registration requirements and providing applications to various agencies, overseeing the election process, providing funding for voting systems and polling place accessibility, maintaining voting records and precinct information.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
$40.00 registration fee for notary appointments (new and renewals)
$15.00 fee for authentication of documents
$20.00 fee for voter file discs
Assorted fees for filing of election nomination papers and precinct data

Eligibility Requirements
Varies; some services available to the general public.

Required Documentation
Varies

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call; write; fax.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Communication Disorders and Sensory Impairments
Hearing Impaired Programs


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Intermediate Unit 1

Legal Structure
School District

Funding Sources
DPW, PDE, Federal.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Kristin Szewczyk - Program Supervisor
szewczykk@iu1.k12.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724.938.3241 Ext. 302 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.iu1.org/services/speech-language

Primary Addresses
Communication Disorders and Sensory Impairments
One Intermediate Unit Drive
Coal Center, PA 15423
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Provides evaluation, remediation programs and support services for children with hearing loss from age 3 to 21 years old within their home school district. Programs stress the involvement of parents to determine appropriate communication and educational needs for their children. Classroom programs and itinerant services are offered in both the early intervention and school-age programs. Programs emphasize acquiring appropriate amplification, maximizing the use of residual hearing, developing communication and academic skills appropriate for inclusion, developing coping strategies, as well as career and vocational planning at the secondary level. The itinerant hearing support teacher also supports the classroom teacher by providing information about the student’s amplification system, as well as appropriate environmental modifications and teaching strategies.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Hearing impaired school students.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call. Schools make referrals following the audiological screenings.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Community Action Association of Pennsylvania
CAAP


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Mission Statement: CAAP empowers Community Action Agencies to solve community problems.
Vision Statement: CAAP is recognized by Pennsylvania's policy setting and legislative groups as the authority on issues of poverty, self-sufficiency, and community development. CAAP Core Values:
•Compassion •Honesty •Reliability


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Susan A. Moore - Chief Executive Officer

Contact Person(s)
Steven Martinez - Communications Director

Deborah Fontaine - Special Programs Coordinator

Contact Number(s)
717-232-1014 - Fax
717-233-1075

Web Addresses
www.thecaap.org/

Primary Addresses
222 Pine Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
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Additional Addresses

Click here for a Map of this Location.


Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
The Community Action Association of Pennsylvania(CAAP)is a statewide association representing and assisting the 43 Community Action Agencies as they work to empower people, giving them the opportunity to gain the skills and confidence they need to succeed. CAAP acts as a statewide voice for local Community Action Agencies and low-income citizens, addressing policy issues of importance to them.

Available Hours
9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday

Community Action Southwest, Greene Co.
CAS


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, State, County, grants and fees.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Darlene Bigler - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.852.2893 - Phone
877.814.0788 - Tollfree
724.627.7713 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.caswg.org

Primary Addresses
58 E. Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Services include: Family Economic Success: Housing Support Services, Adult Education, Career Development, Budgeting Assistance, Family Savings Accounts, Greene County Family Center; Senior Services: Senior Case Management Services; Senior Center Support Services; Eldercare Adult Day Services; Ombudsman; Nutrition Services: WIC; Early Childhood Services: Head Start, Early Head Start and Pre-K.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

Eligibility Requirements
Varies by program.

Required Documentation
Varies by program.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Community College of Allegheny County
CCAC


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Vision: The Community College of Allegheny County maintains a caring educational gateway to workforce academic attainment, and provides a comprehensive and integrated learning network that unites faculty, staff, students, community, education and business partners. Mission: Provide affordable access to quality education, and offer a dynamic, diverse and supportive learning environment that prepares that region's residents for academic, professional, and personal success in our changing global society.

Funding Sources
Fees


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Quintin B. Bullock, DDS - President

Contact Number(s)
412-237-3100 - Information Request
412.369.3703 - Non-credit course Information

Web Addresses
www.ccac.edu

Additional Addresses
Allegheny Campus
808 Ridge Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212-
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description
CCAC has four campuses, six neighborhood centers, and flexible schedules, including online courses. They offer more than 170 programs that lead to great careers and great four-year colleges. Call for more information.

Available Hours
Office hours are 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. M - F; Registration on fax line 24 hrs./7 days. Class times vary by course.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone interested in courses offered.

Required Documentation
Registration forms

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or fax


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Community Foundation of Greene County


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Community Foundation of Greene County's mission is to enhance the quality of life in Greene County by attracting, managing, and distributing charitable resources. We are the central philanthropic vehicle in Greene County for donations of various types and sizes and continually strive to serve the interests of our donors. We build "community capital" by professionally managing permanent endowment funds and strategically integrating them with effective grant-making programs designed to meet the current and emerging needs of the community. We maintain and enhance the educational, social, cultural, health and civic resources of the community through support of qualified nonprofit organizations. We serve as a leading catalyst and neutral convener to meet a wide range of community needs in Greene County.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Bettie Stammerjohn - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.627.2010 - Phone
724-627-2011 - Fax

E-mail(s)
cfgcpa@gmail.com

Web Addresses
www.cfgcpa.org

Primary Addresses
108 E. High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
P.O. Box 768
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The purpose of the foundation is to provide individuals and organizations with a vehicle for philanthropic opportunities to enhance the financial stability of charities & programs in our community. Their efforts involve securing grants and attracting and distributing funds for non-profits for the long-term benefit of Greene County.

Endowed Scholarships The Community Foundation of Greene County provides a number of post-secondary scholarships for deserving students to participate in education opportunities beyond high school. These scholarships have been established as permanently endowed funds by members of the Greene County community to benefit succeeding generations of residents - their way of giving back to the community.

EITC K-12 Private School Scholarship Program The EITC program provides children and families with a choice in their education. Scholarships for eligible students to attend private K-12 schools are available from the Community Foundation of Greene County, an approved scholarship organization under the Pennsylvania EITC program.

EITC Pre-Kindergarten Scholarship Program The EITC program provides children and families with a choice in their education. Scholarships for eligible students to attend approved Pre-Kindergarten programs schools are available from the Community Foundation of Greene County, an approved scholarship organization under the Pennsylvania EITC program.

Available Hours
vary

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Community Medical & Dental Plaza


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Cornerstone Care

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Robert Mt. Joy - CEO

Contact Number(s)
724-947-2255
724-947-2477 - Fax
724-947-2251 - Dental

Web Addresses
www.cornerstonecare.com

Primary Addresses
1227 Smith Twp. State Road
Burgettstown, PA 15021
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Additional Addresses
7 Glassworks Road
Greensboro, PA 15338
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501 West High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington County, Greene County

Service Description
Community Clinic providing the following medical services: Family medicine, including infant, child and adult care; monitoring of chronic illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension; vaccinations and immunizations, diagnostic procedures, podiatry, chiropractic care and obstetrics. DENTAL SERVICES: Cleaning and fluoride treatments, sealants, fillings and extractions. Evening appts. available. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND COUNSELING SERVICES: Individual & group psychotherapy, play therapy for children, couples therapy and psychological testing. Some issues treated include: depression, anxiety, child abuse & neglect, behavior problems and marital or family conflicts.

Available Hours
Hours Varie for Departments and Centers

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies according to services rendered.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

Required Documentation
Health insurance; medical records

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment.

Community Psychiatric Center
Kidsnet


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-661-5437 - East Liberty Phone
724-850-7200 - Greensburg & Monessen Phone

Primary Addresses
Medical Center East
211 N. Whitfield Street
Suite 275
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene/Fayette/Washington Counties

Service Description
Wrap Around Provider Service

Available Hours
By appointment

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Community Residential Facility


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene ARC

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
MH/MR


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Cynthia L. Dias - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
724.852.1764 - Fax
724.627.5511 - Phone
724.852.1471 - Phone
724.627.8037 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.greenearc.org

Primary Addresses
197 Dunn Station Rd
Prosperity, PA 15329
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene Counties

Service Description
4 group homes (1 in Waynesburg, 1 in Rogersville & 2 in Carmichaels) providing 24 hour supervised living arrangements. Counselors work with clients on independent living skills, budgeting and self-care.

Available Hours
24 hour supervised program

Fees/Cost for Services
Room and board.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be referred from Base Service Unit

Required Documentation
BSU, Medical & Social Security info

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Group home aides needed; especially evenings and weekends.

Community Service Work


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jake Blaker

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5323 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Greene County Fairgrounds
107 Fairgrounds Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The Community Service Work Program has been set up in order to support the Probation department. The program provides placement, supervision and the tracking of hours for clients who are required by the courts to do community service.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Community Support Program
CSP



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dean Virgili - MH Director
dvirgili@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724-627-8156 - Centerville Clinics
724-852-5276 - MH Director
724-627-3213 - Open Arms Drop In Center

Primary Addresses
Greene County Human Services
Ft. Jackson Building/3rd Floor
19 S. Washington Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The Community Support Program (CSP) is a program for our mental health consumers in Greene County. A Community Support Program works together with county social service agencies, various community agencies, and natural supports to help those who face serious mental illness live independently in the community. Assistance is provided for management of medications, housing and employment issues, school functions, participation in community recreational activities, developing job skills and accessing appropriate benefits.

Available Hours
This group meets on the 3rd Monday of each month. The committee meeting is at 10 A.M. (co-chairs only) and the regular meeting begins at 10:30 A.M. Location for meetings: Ft. Jackson Building/3rd Floor at 19 S. Washington Street Waynesburg.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or contact Dean Virgili(724-852-5276)or email at dvirgili@co.greene.pa.us to be added to the CSP invitation mailing list.

Compassionate Friends, Southwestern Pennsylvania


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of The Compassionate Friends is to assist families toward the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child of any age and to provide knowledge to help others to be supportive. The Compassionate Friends (TCF)is an international non-profit, self-help support organization which offers friendship, understanding and hope to families who are grieving the death of a child of any age from any cause. There is no religious affiliation. There are no membership fees or dues, and all bereaved family members are welcome.

History of Organization
The Compassionate Friends was originally founded in England in 1969. The first U.S. Chapter was organized in 1972. The Pittsburgh Chapter began in 1978.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-835-1105
1-877-969-0010 - National Office
630-990-0010 - Tollfree

E-mail(s)
nationaloffice@compassionatefriends.org- National

Web Addresses
www.tcfpittsburgh.org
www.compassionatefriends.org
http://www.compassionatefriends.org/home.aspx

Primary Addresses
P.O. Box 17388
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
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Additional Addresses
900 Jorie Boulevard, Suite 78
Oakbrook, , IL 60523
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Service Information

Service Area
US, Local Chapters

Service Description
The Compassionate Friends is a national nonprofit, self-help support organization with more than 640 chapters serving all 50 states plus Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. “The Compassionate Friends provides highly personal comfort, hope, and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family.” There is no religious affiliation and no individual membership fees or dues are charged.

Programs: • Online Support • Grief Support for Siblings • Grief Support for Grandparents

Fees/Cost for Services
no fees

Eligibility Requirements
Families who are grieving the death of a child of any age from any cause

Connect Information Service
Early Intervention Hotline


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The CONNECT Helpline assists families in locating resources and providing information regarding child development for children ages birth to age five. In addition, CONNECT can assist parents by making a direct link to their county Early Intervention program or local preschool Early Intervention program.

History of Organization
While all children grow and develop in unique ways, some children experience delays in their development. Children in Pennsylvania with developmental delays and disabilities benefit from a state supported collaboration among parents, service practitioners and others who work with young children needing special services. The Pennsylvania Early Intervention program provides support and services to families with children birth to age five with developmental delays and disabilities. Early Intervention builds upon the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-692-7288 - CONNECT Helpline
1-800-692-7462 - PA Dept. of Public Welfare - Early Intervention


Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Information clearinghouse. Provides information to and makes referrals for parents of children with disabilities. Specific information on early intervention services, disabilities, child development, special education laws and special education programs available in Pennsylvania.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. M - F; 24 hr. answering machine

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Provides support and services to families with children birth to age 5 with developmental delays.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Connect, Inc. - Permanent Supportive Housing Program


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
SPHS

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of Connect, Inc. is to assist homeless families and individuals in Greene County by providing emergency shelter, supportive housing and services, and rent and utility assistance.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Bill Leach - Director

Contact Person(s)
Matt Kurowsky - Life Skills Trainer

Rebecca Cook - Director of Shelter Services

Contact Number(s)
724-852-3048 - Phone
724-852-5368 - Fax
724-489-8095 - Charleroi Office

E-mail(s)
greenepsh@yahoo.com

Web Addresses
www.sphs.org

Primary Addresses
Fort Jackson Building
19 South Washington Street
Basement Level
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
302 Chamber Plaza
Charleroi, PA 15022
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Permanent Supportive Housing Program is an intensive case management program which includes: the case manager and client developing a comprehensive service plan, the client actively working in the plan, mandatory participation in life skill classes and group meetings, weekly contact with a case manager, monthly contact with sponsor, quarterly meetings with sponsor and case manager, willingness to follow SPHS-Connect guest rules.

Available Hours
M-F 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Eligibility Requirements
Homeless with long term disability

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Conservation District, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Lisa Snider - District Manager

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5278 - Phone

E-mail(s)
lsnider@co.greene.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Ft. Jackson Building
Mezzanine Level
19 S. Washington Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
A governmental organization whose concerns are with the protection and enhancement of the land, air, water and wildlife resources within the boundaries of the county. Aids farmers and landowners with soil erosion and sedimentation control measures. General public can volunteer to serve on the conservation district board or to participate in various conservation projects. Public education on the issues of water pollution, overgrazing, wetlands, recycling and pesticide use. Distribution center for USDA Fact Sheets.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Earth Disturbance Permit (earthmoving that disturbs more than 25 acres)

Eligibility Requirements
Services are provided for anyone in Greene County.

Required Documentation
Varies by program.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Consult Line
Office for Dispute Resolution


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Education

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-879-2301
717-901-2146

Web Addresses
www.odr-pa.org


Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
ConsultLine is a toll free help line to assist with questions and concerns regarding speical education. This service can answer your questions and provide information about special education programs and the laws governing these programs for parents of and advocates for children with disabilities.

Services include: assistance in understanding the processes involved in having a child evalutated, identified and provided with special education, classroom accommodations and related services; explanation of parental rights concerning students and young children with disabilites; providing information about, access to and assistance with the formal complaint process and other opportunities in place to help address concerns or disagreement regarding a child' special education.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Consumer Advocate, Office of
OCA


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
OCA is committed to advocating for the interests of Pennsylvania utility consumers and to keeping consumers informed about their utility service.

History of Organization
This office was established by the General Assembly in 1976 to represent the consumers of Pennsylvania in matters involving their utility service.

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Tanya J. McCloskey - Acting Consumer Advocate

Contact Number(s)
800.684.6560 - Tollfree in PA only
717.783.7152 - Fax
717.783.5048 - Phone

E-mail(s)
consumer@paoca.org

Web Addresses
www.oca.state.pa.us

Primary Addresses
555 Walnut Street
5th Floor Forum Place
Harrisburg, PA 17101-1923
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Represents the interests of consumers before the PUC and any court or corresponding federal regulatory agency. Has a staff of attorneys to represent consumer interests in rate and other utility cases, including service complaints.

Whenever consumers have questions or problems with their electric, natural gas, telecommunications, water or wastewater service, the OCA is there to help.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Documents pertinent to the case.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Write, call or e-mail.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of W PA
CCCS


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
888.511.CCCS - Tollfree
888.511.2227 - Tollfree

E-mail(s)
info@advantageccs.org

Web Addresses
www.cccspa.org

Primary Addresses
River Park Commons
2403 Sidney Street
Suite 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Benefits include: Counseling is free and confidential! More than 40 years experience in helping, people just like you. Work with certified, trained counselors. Avoid bankruptcy! Consolidate unsecured debt into one affordable monthly payment. Stop harassing phone calls from your creditors. Save thousands of dollars in interest payments. Improve your credit rating. Free budget and debt management information. Payoff credit card debt and all your bills. Eliminate late fees and penalties.

Individual and personalized counseling on family money management, budgeting and the wise use of credit. Services include: Online Credit Counseling; Bankruptcy; Pre-Filing Counseling; Bankruptcy; Pre-Discharge Education; Debt Management Program and Housing Counseling .

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need

Required Documentation
Application

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Consumer Family Satisfaction Team
CFST



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5395 - Phone


E-mail(s)
stepsside@windstream.net

Primary Addresses
1790 Morris Street
c/o Steps Inside
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The Consumer Satisfaction Team (CST) works to enhance consumer/family member involvement with the many mental health and substance abuse services available in Greene County.

The staff conducts private face-to-face interviews with consumer/family members so that consumers may freely express their concerns.

The staff then provides written reports of consumer satisfaction or dissatisfaction to the county.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Consumers or family members involved with the many mental health and substance abuse services available in our county.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Consumer Product Safety Commission
CPSC


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Federal Government

Funding Sources
Federal


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.638.2772 - Tollfree Consumer Hotline
301-504-7923 - General Information

Web Addresses
www.cpsc.gov

Primary Addresses
4330 East-West Highway
Room 419
Bethesda, MD 20814
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of serious injury or death from thousands of types of consumer products under the agency's jurisdiction. The CPSC is committed to protecting consumers and families from products that pose a fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard or can injure children. The CPSC's work to ensure the safety of consumer products - such as toys, cribs, power tools, cigarette lighters, and household chemicals - contributed significantly to the 30 percent decline in the rate of deaths and injuries associated with consumer products over the past 30 years.

Available Hours
Hotline for consumers operated from 8 AM to 5:30 PM Monday through Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Unknown

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Consumer Protection, Bureau of


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Office of the Attorney General

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Kathleen Kane - Attorney General

Contact Number(s)
866-623-2137 - Elder Abuse Hotline
800.441.2555 - Tollfree
717-787-3391 - Phone

E-mail(s)
elderabuse@attorneygeneral.gov
consumers@attorneygeneral.gov

Web Addresses
www.attorneygeneral.gov
www.attorneygeneral.gov/hic.aspx - Link to Contractors who are licensed in PA

Primary Addresses
Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
16th Floor, Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
The Attorney General's Office works to protect consumers from telemarketing scams and identity theft, credit fraud, deceptive home improvement work, civil rights violations, questionable charity fundraising, false advertising and other unfair practices. Enforces consumer protection laws. Solicits, investigates and acts upon consumer complaints. Conducts consumer education on the issues of fraud, product safety, and quality using the electonic and print media.

Hotlines: Child Predator Unit 800-385-1044 Elder Abuse Unit 866-623-2137 Consumer Protection 800-441-2555 Education & Outreach 800-525-7642 Health Care Section 877-888-4877 Do Not Call List 888-777-3406 Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act Helplines: Consumer Helpline 888.520.6680 Contractor Helpline 717.772.2425

We also offer free presentations to senior and civic groups on a variety of topics including: How to avoid scams used by con artists who often target older Pennsylvanians and The fastest growing white collar crime in America, identity theft. To schedule a presentation call 717-787-9716 or email us at senioruniversity@attorneygeneral.gov

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M - F

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Completed complaint form needed to initiate a mediation.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call; file complaint form.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Consumer Satisfaction Team Alliance of Pennsylvania
CSTAP


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-855-274-5626
717-564-4930

E-mail(s)
pmhca@pmhca.org

Web Addresses
www.cstap.org

Primary Addresses
4105 Derry Street
Harrisburg, PA 17111
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
CSTAP's mission is to promote consumer satisfaction endeavours and to provide support, resources, and information to Consumer and Family Satisfaction Teams in Pennsylvania. We support Consumer and Family Satisfaction Teams as the vehicle for the consumer voice in the Commonwealth.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Consumer Services, Bureau of (PUC)
Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission balances the needs of consumers and utilities to ensure safe and reliable utility service at reasonable rates; protect the public interest; educate consumers to make independent and informed utility choices; further economic development; and foster new technologies and competitive markets in an environmentally sound manner.

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
PUC Office of Communications
717-787-5722

Contact Number(s)
717.783.1740 - Phone
717.787.6641 - Fax
800-692-7380 - Consumer Hotline for Complaints. Terminations, Payment Agreements
412-565-3600 - Fax/Pittsburgh Office
412-423-9310 - Pittsburgh District Office

Web Addresses
www.puc.state.pa.us/

Primary Addresses
Box 3265
Harrisburg, PA 17105-3265
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Additional Addresses
Commonwealth Keystone Building
400 North Street
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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300 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Enforces regulations governing electric, gas, water, sewer, and telephone utilities. Assists consumers with such complaints as terminations of service, incorrect or unauthorized charges on bills, problems with meter readings.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write or fax.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Controllers' Office, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government

Funding Sources
County


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
David Balint - Controller

Contact Person(s)
Carol Gooden - 1st Deputy Controller

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5299 - Phone
724.852.5320 - Fax

E-mail(s)
dbalint@co.greene.pa.us
cgooden@co.greene.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
County Office Building
93 E. High Street
1st Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Draws up the county budget. Responsible for county government expenditures. Provides information on budget and expenditures.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cooley's Anemia Program


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Health

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
877-724-3258 - Hotline PA Health Dept.
1-800-986-4550

Web Addresses
www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/department_of_health_home/17457

Primary Addresses
432 E. Oakview Drive
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
This program provides comprehensive multi-disciplinary medical services to patients of all ages with Cooley's Anemia.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
PA residents. All ages. Income eligibility guidelines.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Corner Cupboard Food Bank


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
FEMA, State Grant, members shared maintenance contributions.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jan Caldwell - Director

Contact Person(s)
Maribeth Cootes

Contact Number(s)
724.627.9784 - Phone
724.627.7860 - Fax

Primary Addresses
881 Rolling Meadows Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Supplies food for those in need through a variety of programs. Distributes surplus food commodities on a monthly basis at 15 food pantries set up throughout Greene County and emergency food referrals. Also coordinates a program called "Produce to People" which distributes free food. The distributions are as follows: Greene County Fairgrounds, Aleppo Grange and Greene Valley Church of God. All participants are requested to please bring their own bags or boxes for packing their items. No written proof of income is requested

Available Hours
Office-8 A.M. to 4 P.M. (Monday to Thursday) Office-8 A.M. to 2 P.M. (Friday) distribution times vary.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Each program is different, and eligibility is based on the guidelines of the donor or grantor.

Required Documentation
Proof of income, for some programs.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Contact local pantry or call 627-9784.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cornerstone Care Central Greene Pediatrics


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Cornerstone Care

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-627-0926 (Pediatrics)

Primary Addresses
236 Elm Drive
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Parents can schedule appointments for children from birth through age 17

Available Hours
Office hours as usual, including day and evening appointments.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call the phone number


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Cornerstone Care, Greensboro


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Cornerstone Care

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Department of Health and Human Services


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-943-3308 (Medical, Dental & Counseling)

Web Addresses
www.cornerstonecare.com

Primary Addresses
7 Glassworks Road
Greensboro, PA 15338
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Community clinic providing medical, dental, nutrition and social services. Medical care includes: routine physicals, pediatrics and Well Child Care, immunizations, family planning, prenatal care, hearing and vision screenings, EKG, blood analysis, pelvic exams, pap smear, podiatry and chiropractic services. Social services include: family planning (including the supply of contraceptives, genetic counseling, including testing for genetic diseases, fertility, financial and insurance counseling. General couseling for problems include: stress, parenting and mental health. Nutrition services include: couseling for weight reduction, pregnancy/infant feeding, breastfeeding mothers, child nutrition, diabetes, hypertension, eating disorders, WIC clinic. Counseling & psychological services including individual & group psychotherapy for teenagers and adults; play therapy for children; couples and family therapy.

Available Hours
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.; Tuesday and Friday 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale; extended payment arrangements available. Accepts most insurances, Medicaid and Medicare.

Eligibility Requirements
Services are available to everyone; contractual arrangements available for entities such as school districts and companies.

Required Documentation
Proof of income for sliding for eligibility.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cornerstone Care, Rogersville


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Cornerstone Care

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Department of Health and Human Services


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-499-5188 (Medical & Counseling) - Phone

Web Addresses
www.cornerstonecare.com

Primary Addresses
140 Church Street
Suite 102
Rogersville, PA 15359
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Community clinic providing quality and affordable medical, nutrition and social services. Medical care includes: routine physicals, pediatrics and Well Child Care, immunizations, prenatal care,chiropractic care, management of chronic and episodic illnesses, and minor acute care. Family planning and contraception. Also enhanced counseling and psychological services. Services include general couseling, play therapy for children, adolescent consultation, family and marriage counseling.

Available Hours
Monday, Tuesday & Friday 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.; Wednesday and Thursday 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding fee scale

Eligibility Requirements
Services are available to everyone; Pennsylvania Medicaid accepted.

Required Documentation
Proof of income for sliding fee eligibility.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cornerstone Care, Waynesburg Dental & Counseling Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Cornerstone Care

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-852-1001 - Dental Services
724-627-4309 - Counseling Services

Web Addresses
www.cornerstonecare.com

Primary Addresses
501 W. High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County and surrounding area

Service Description
Dental Services: The clinic's four dental offices are equipped with the most up-to-date equipment, including Gizmo, the portable wheelchair lift that allows wheelchairs to be raised and tilted back into proper position for cleanings and examinations.

Counseling and psychological services for individuals and families.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for an appointment

Cornerstone Covenant Church



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Ted Cukryznski - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5156 - Phone
724.627.7912

Primary Addresses
Route 21
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Cornerstone Genealogical Society


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Dues, private contributions and fundraising.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
David Cressey - President

Contact Person(s)
John "Buzz" Walters - First Vice President

Laurine Williams - Second Vice President

Bonnie S. Kiger - Recording Secretary

Louise Gapen - Treasurer

Marilyn Kerr - Corresponding Secretary

Contact Number(s)
724.627.5653 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.cornerstonegenealogy.com

Primary Addresses
First Greene County Courthouse--Annex
144 E. Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Preserving Greene County family history, the society houses a vast collection (library) of genealogical research materials and family histories that are tapped into by people from all over the world. The collection includes 3,000 books and 360 rolls of mircrofilm of early newspapers, numerous vertical files and scrapbooks. Bill Davison does research and has plotted over 500 cemeteries in Greene County. There are supposed to be 600 cemeteries in the area, which includes any place that has a single grave plot for families.

General Genealogy, Family Genealogy, Personal Family Files, Records on Microfilm, Obituary Records, Cemetery Records, Church Records and Census Records

Available Hours
M - F 1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M. ; Sat. 10:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M

Fees/Cost for Services
$20 yr; Patron $50 yr

Eligibility Requirements
Interest in family history.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Coroner, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Mary Lewis - Chief Deputy Coroner, Coroner

William Jr. Lewis - Deputy Coroner (part-time), Coroner

Contact Number(s)
724.883.4477 - Phone
724.883.4949 - Fax

Primary Addresses
22 W. High Street
2nd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The County Coroner is responsible for investigating all deaths of a suspicious or violent nature. When inquests are warranted, the Coroner is empowered to perform autopsies, subpoena witnesses, administer oaths, and issuance of certificates of death where death occurs without medical attention or attendance.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Corporation Bureau


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of State

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
717.787.1057 - Phone
717.783.2244 - Fax

E-mail(s)
RA-corp@state.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.dos.state.pa.us/corps/site/default.asp

Primary Addresses
401 North Street
Room 206
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Regulates the operations of for-profit and non-profit corporations operating within the state, also empowered to regulate professional corporations, municipal authorities, limited partnerships, foreign corporations.

The Corporation Bureau is the repository for the records of more than 2,400,000 companies authorized to do business in Pennsylvania. All records maintained in this office are public and may be inspected upon request.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:45 P.M. M - F (The Public Records Room hours of operation are from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.)

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies by size of corporation, for-profit and non-profit.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Council on Compulsive Gambling of PA, Inc.



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jim Pappas - President/Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
800-848-1880
215-389-4008 - Out of State Helpline
215-389-1408 - Fax
800-522-4700 - National Helpline

E-mail(s)
ccgopa@aol.com

Web Addresses
www.pacouncil.com

Primary Addresses
1233-B Wharton Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
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Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
The Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania is a nonprofit organization affiliated with the National Council on Problem Gambling. Its purpose is to educate and disseminate information on compulsive gambling and to facilitate referrals. The PA Council provides speakers, workshops, seminars and information on this public health problem to businesses, industry and labor groups, schools and colleges, health care and treatment facilities and to community and religious organizations.

Counseling/Vonnie Teagarden


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
Private fees; insurance accepted.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Vonnie Teagarden - Counselor

Contact Number(s)
724.852.1614 - Phone

Primary Addresses
64 N. Richhill Street
Suite 2
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Individual, marital, and family counseling; specializing but not limited to, adolescents and adult children of dysfunctional families.

Available Hours
By appointment

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call and leave message; call will be returned.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

County Assistance Office, Greene
Department of Human Services


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively.

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.627.8171 - Phone
888.410.5658 - Tollfree
724.627.8096 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.dhs.state.pa.us/

Primary Addresses
100 Greene Plaza
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Medical assistance, public assistance, food stamps (SNAP-Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), low income home energy assistance program,rent assistance, employment training program and state blind pension benefits. Emergency Shelter Assistance Program is available to stop an eviction or to offer possible assistance to move into a new residence. LIHEAP--Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program helps low income people pay their heating bills through energy assistance grants. People need not have an unpaid bill to receive energy assistance. People can receive this money without being on welfare. There are three types of LIHEAP assistance: Cash, Crisis and Crisis-Interface. Cash Grant is available to assist with heating bills, Crisis Grant is for those who have a home heating emergency, Crisis-Interface can assist if you require a heating system repair.

Available Hours
Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Fees/Cost for Services
All services are free to eligible people.

Eligibility Requirements
Resident of Greene County whose income falls below the guidelines established by the state of Pennsylvania.

Required Documentation
Birth certificate, social security #, proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

County Prison, Greene


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government

Funding Sources
county


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Harry D. Gillispie - Warden

Contact Person(s)
Mary Hager - Administrative Assistant

Contact Number(s)
724.627.7780 - Phone
724.852.2536 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
855 Rolling Meadows Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Maximum, Medium, and Minimum security facility: GED services, outdoor exercise yard, library, church services twice weekly, medical services provided by Southwest Regional Medical Center, counseling by MH/MR,parenting classes, Alcoholics Anonymous support group and various service programs.

Available Hours
Office: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Visiting: 8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., men and 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., women.

Eligibility Requirements
Houses male & female offenders, who fall under the jurisdiction of the county court system by commitment order or warrent.

Required Documentation
Offenders are accompanied by a sheriff's warrant.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Court of Common Pleas, 13th District,Gr.


Organizational Information

Funding Sources
State, county.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
William Nalitz - President Judge

Farley Toothman - Judge

Terry Grimes - Judge

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5212 - Phone
724.627.4716 - Fax
724-852-5237

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
County Courthouse
10 East High Street, 2nd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Jurisdiction over the following divisions: civil, criminal, family, orphan's court. Civil division--all civil cases, habeas corpus cases, granting of charters to nonprofit corporations, and hears certain appeals.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F

Eligibility Requirements
Dispute or crime must have occurred within Greene County.

Required Documentation
Varies

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Crabapple Community Church



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jimmy Jarvis - Pastor

Contact Person(s)
Shelby Clark, Board Secretary

Contact Number(s)
724.663.4351 - Phone
724.428.3687 - Phone
724.428.3871 - Phone

Primary Addresses
P.O. Box 45
595 Wheeling Creek Rd.
Wind Ridge, PA 15380
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Sunday Service 11:00 - 12:30

Sunday Evening Service 7:30 - 9:00 pm

Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 - 9:00 pm

Available Hours
Sunday School 10:00 - 11:00 Sunday Service 11:00 - 12:30 Sunday Evening Service 7:30 - 9:00 pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 - 9:00 pm


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
*To seek the lost *To uphold the Lord Jesus Christ

Credit Union, Frick Tri-County Federal



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Tracy Pettit - Manager

Contact Number(s)
800.729.3742 - Tollfree
724.627.9193 - Fax
724.222.8102 - Phone (Washington)
724.627.5447 - Phone (Waynesburg)

Web Addresses
www.fricktricountyfcu.org

Primary Addresses
222 Elm Drive
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
1025 Jefferson Avenue
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Joining the credit union requires signing a membership card and maintaining a balance of $50.00 in your share account. Member benefits include: full range of loan services, VISA card, Christmas Club, Vacation Club, auto loans, equity loans.

Available Hours
Mon - Thurs. 9:00 A.M. -4:00 P.M.; Fri. 9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Eligibility Requirements
Must reside, work or worship in counties served.

Required Documentation
Membership card

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Crisis Pregnancy Center


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Donations


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Marie Coffman - Director

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6819 - Phone

E-mail(s)
office@cpcwaynesburg.org

Web Addresses
www.cpcwaynesburg.org

Primary Addresses
50 W. Franklin Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
P. O. Box 562
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
The center (a Christian based organization) offers: free pregnancy tests; counseling regarding abortion and abortion alternatives; referrals for medical care and legal assistance, housing, transportation, childbirth instruction; referrals for adoption; post-abortion counseling. Currently accepting cash donations, used or new baby items, diapers and maternity clothes.

Available Hours
By appointment only; 24 hour hotline.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
CCFA


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
CCFA's mission is to cure Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.

History of Organization
CCFA was founded in 1967 by Irwin M. and Suzanne Rosenthal, William D. and Shelby Modell, and Henry D. Janowitz, M.D.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Grants and donations


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
(412) 823-8272 - Phone
800.932.2423 - Tollfree (National)
412-823-8276 - Fax
877- 823-8272 - Tollfree for W PA
888-MY-GUT-PAIN (888-694-8872) - Speak with a specialist

E-mail(s)
wpawv@ccfa.org
info@ccfa.org

Web Addresses
www.ccfa.org

Primary Addresses
300 Penn Center Boulevard
Suite 401
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
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Additional Addresses
733 Third Avenue
Suite 510
New York, NY 10017
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania/West Virginia

Service Description
Support Services: CCFA support services are delivered through its chapters nationwide which offer more than 300 support groups annually, summer camps for children with IBD, and a range of educational and training programs for local communities.

Education Programs: CCFA provides information and education for the more than one million IBD patients and their families through a variety of periodicals, books, awareness campaigns, local chapter, webcasts and through the website.

A national, nonprofit, research-oriented health organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, collectively known as IBD, inflammatory bowel disease. The W. PA Chapter has a network of supports. CCFA sponsors basic and clinical research of the highest quality. The foundation also offers a wide range of educational programs for patients and health-care professionals, and provides supportive services to help people cope with these chronic intestinal diseases. These programs are supported solely by contributions from the public.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Open to anyone who is interested

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Depending on your skills and interests, you can decide how you would like to volunteer your time: Plan and participate in fundraising events; Help out with chapter educational and administrative activities; Become involved with CCFA Camp Oasis; Help organize and publicize local support groups; Participate in our legislative advocacy programs; and help create and produce chapter publications, including newsletters.

Crossroads Speech & Hearing



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.941.4434 - Phone

E-mail(s)
cshi@crossroadsspeech.com

Web Addresses
www.crossroadsspeech.com

Primary Addresses
3240 Washington Road
Suite 200
McMurray, PA 15317
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Additional Addresses
110 VIP Drive
Suite 220
Wexford, PA 15090
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Service Information

Service Area
Allegheny, Greene, Washington, Butler, Beaver, and Westmoreland Counties

Service Description
School-Based Services: The speech-language pathologists service several area elementary and secondary schools. The school-based clinicians are required to be licensed and certified in the state of Pennsylvania and hold a teaching certificate. Crossroads offers Extended School Year services in its clinic.

Long-term care facilities: Crossroads Speech and Hearing, Inc. provides speech-language services in long-term care facilities on a contractual basis. Residents who exhibit speech-language deficits such as aphasia, dysarthria, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cognitive and Memory deficits, voice disturbances and Swallowing dysfunction (dysphagia) may benefit from services provided by the state of Pennsylvania and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

Provides assessments for Greene County consumers for mental retardation and early intervention services.

Early Intervention: Crossroads Speech and Hearing, Inc. provides Early Intervention evaluations through several county-based programs including Allegheny County's Alliance for Infants (www.afit.org), Washington County's Early Intervention (www.co.washington.pa.us), and Greene County's Early Intervention program (www.co.greene.pa.us)

Crossroads Speech and Hearing, Inc. offers the following services: Hearing Aid Sales and Service, Audiological testing, Speech-Language Treatment, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Developmental Therapy.

Provides rehabilitation services in a variety of settings including our four outpatient offices, public school settings, home care, hospitals, and long-term care facilities.

Available Hours
8:00 AM through 6:00 daily.

Eligibility Requirements
Unknown

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Phone 724-941-4434, Fax 724-941-4714, email cshi@crossroadsspeech.com


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Crucible Volunteer Fire Company


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Other


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Chief Bob McAlanis

Contact Number(s)
724.592.5359 - Phone

Primary Addresses
117 1st Street
P. O. Box 255
Crucible, PA 15325-
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Emergency Fire Services


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Cumberland Township



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Bill Groves - Chairman

Contact Person(s)
William H. Nicholson - Vice-Chairman

Debbie Rush - Secretary

Jim Sokol - Supervisor

Dennis Makel - Solicitor

Contact Number(s)
724-966-5805

Primary Addresses
100 Municipal Road
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Baileys Crossroads, Carmichaels, Ceylon, Crucible, Cumberland Village, Fairdale, Khedive, Little Chicago, Live Easy, Neil Corner, Nemacolin, Paisley, Stringtown, Towns Hill

Available Hours
Meetings are held at 3 PM on the first Monday (January through May and October through December) and at 4 PM on the first Monday of the month from June through September. If a holiday falls on the first Monday, the meeting will take place on the following Monday. All meetings are held in the township building.

Cumberland Township Community Development Program



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Marcia E. Sonneborn - Community Development Administrator

Contact Number(s)
724.966.8558

Primary Addresses
100 Municipal Road
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Cumberland Township

Service Description
Oversee and administer Community Development Block Grant funds to assist low and moderate homeowners in receiving grant monies to make important health and safety repairs to their home.

Eligibility Requirements
Residents of Cumberland Township who are homeowners and meet certain income guidelines.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Cumberland Township Police Department


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Authority


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Craig Miller - Chief

Contact Number(s)
724-966-8296

Primary Addresses
100 Municipal Road
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Local Police


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, W. PA Chapter


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Mary Pat Joseph - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
412.321.4422 - Phone
412.321.9305 - Fax
800.FIGHT CF (344.4823)

E-mail(s)
west-pa@cff.org

Web Addresses
www.cff.org

Primary Addresses
810 River Avenue
Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
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Service Information

Service Area
Western Pennsylvania

Service Description
Acts as a fundraising entity for the research of cystic fibrosis. The Cystic Fibrosis Center is located at Children's Hospital
(412-692-5630).

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Cystic Fibrosis Program


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
717-787-2020

Web Addresses
www.portal.health.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/department_of_health_home/17457

Primary Addresses
625 Forster St.
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Pays for the costs of diagnosis, therapy, medication, appliances, outpatient services & inpatient hospitalization.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Monday - Friday.

Eligibility Requirements
Must be a resident of Pennsylvania of any age and meet the income eligibility guidelines.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Daughters of the American Revolution
John Corbly Chapter


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Dues, contributions & fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
(202) 628-4780 - Event Information
(202) 628-1776 - Main Phone

E-mail(s)
sobaysinger@yahoo.com

Web Addresses
www.pssdar.org/chapter-sites/JohnCorblyDAR.html

Primary Addresses
1776 D Street, NW
Washington, PA 20006
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Additional Addresses
Hillcrest Avenue
Waynesburg, PA 15370-
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Education on patriotism; gives talk & slide presentations; sponsors a patriotism writing contest for youth.

Available Hours
Regular meetings scheduled

Fees/Cost for Services
Yearly dues

Eligibility Requirements
Have an ancestor who fought in the Revolutionary War.

Required Documentation
Proof of eligibility--birth certificate, genealogical data.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Email


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Dean Institute of Technology
Dean Tech (formerly known as West Penn Tech)


Organizational Information

History of Organization
Dean Institute of Technology, formerly West Penn Tech, established in 1947, has achieved an enviable success record in the training and placing of thousands of graduates. With over Sixty Years of experience in technology training, we have unquestionable insight as to what it takes to qualify you in a new and demanding career as a highly skilled craftsman. Originally located in Downtown Pittsburgh, the school moved to its present facility in 1969. Founded by the late Dr. John Renwick Dean, the school became Dean Institute of Technology at the time of the move.

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
Fees; grants.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.531.4433 - Phone

E-mail(s)
info@deantech.edu

Web Addresses
deantech.edu

Primary Addresses
1501 W. Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15226
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Associate Degree Programs (15 mos.) in Computer Aided Drafting for construction engineering, mechanical and electrical. Electrical Associate Degree Program for residential, commercial and industrial. 6 month certificate program in Building Maintenance.

Available Hours
Day and evening classes.

Fees/Cost for Services
Vary

Eligibility Requirements
G.E.D. or High School diploma.

Required Documentation
G.E.D. or High School diploma; application.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Democratic Committee of Greene County


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
.

Funding Sources
Contributions, fundraising, Democratic Party, Federal funds available


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Maddie Warrick - Chairperson

Contact Person(s)
Dave Balint - Treasurer

Greg Ayersman - Vice Chair

Lila Ayersman - Secretary

Contact Number(s)
724-833-4528

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 493
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides volunteers to assist local, state and national candidates in political campaigns; places advertising in newspapers.

Available Hours
Scheduled meetings

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Elected office, volunteers must be registered Democrats.

Required Documentation
Voter registration card

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Dental Association, Pennsylvania
PDA


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
"The purpose of the Pennsylvania Dental Association shall be to serve the public, improve their health, promote the art and science of dentistry and represent the interests of its members and the people they serve."

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
717.234.5941 - Phone
717-234-2186 - Fax

E-mail(s)
mlr@padental.org

Web Addresses
www.padental.org/

Primary Addresses
3501 North Front Street
P. O. Box 3341
Harrisburg, PA 17105
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Educational brochures on dental health and specific procedures, dental care clinic listings, dental care program for senior citizens (includes examinations, cleaning, and all other dental procedures). Services are provided by PDA members. Provides public education about proper dental hygiene.

Patient Relations Program PDA forms patient relations committees to review and resolve problems or misunderstandings between dentists and their patients regarding dental treatment. Patient relations committees benefit patients and dentists by providing impartial, easily accessible and generally expedient means for conflict resolution. PDA does not handle fee disputes.

Find links to free and reduced care clinics in most counties throughout Pennsylvania.

Fees/Cost for Services
Senior Dental Program: Reduced by at least 15%; final determination based on need. Fees at other clinics vary --please call.

Eligibility Requirements
For the Senior Dental Program: Patients must be a Pennsylvania resident, be age 65 or older. Patients can not be receiving federal, state or other dental health assistance. Patients cannot have private dental insurance. Paitents must meet specific income guidelines set forth by the program

Required Documentation
Varies

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
go to website or call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Dental Care, Dr. Toothman


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
Fees


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dr. Ingrid Toothman - Dentist

Contact Number(s)
724.627.5399 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.toothmandental.net/home.html

Primary Addresses
801 East Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
General dentistry including: teeth cleaning; fillings; oral surgery such as: root canals, braces and dentures.

Available Hours
By appointment

Fees/Cost for Services
Call

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment. Accepts emergencies.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Dental Care/Family Dental Practice


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
Fees; insurance payments.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dr. Jane Weinzierl - Dentist

Contact Number(s)
724.627.8382 - Phone

Primary Addresses
110 Jefferson Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
General dentistry: teeth cleaning, fillings, oral surgery, braces, dentures made & repaired. Emergencies accepted. Performs examinations of children entering the Head Start program.

Available Hours
By appointment. Evening and Saturday hours are available.

Fees/Cost for Services
Accepts medical assistance, medicare and all insurances.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Medical card, insurance card, takes medical history.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Dental Clinic, West Virginia University


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Fees, WVU


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
304.293.6208 - Phone
800-982-8242 - Toll free line for appointments and emergency services

Web Addresses
dentistry.hsc.wvu.edu/patient-services/

Primary Addresses
WVU Medical Center
WVU Health Sciences Center North/1st Floor
P.O. Box 9400
Morgantown, WV 26505
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics - Tooth and jaw alignment for children and adults.

Dentistry for Children & Adolescents.

Dental Rural Health - Community education and service.

Endodontics - Root canal therapy, bleaching, surgery.

Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology - Tissue examination.

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery - Extractions, impactions, biopsies, corrective jaw surgery, sedations and general anesthesia.

Restorative Services - Fillings, bonding, cosmetic dentistry.

Preventive Services & Dental Hygiene - Cleaning, fluoride treatments, sealants, space maintainers.

Patient services available include: Diagnostic Services - examinations, x-rays, imaging, temporomandibular joint problems, special tests.

The School of Dentistry is available to provide comprehensive dental care to adults and children of all ages. While we place special emphasis on teaching, the oral health care needs of our patients are most important to us. We employ the most advanced techniques and equipment in a comfortable and supportive environment, thus providing you with the safest and highest quality dental care possible.

Operates an emergency dental clinic for anyone in need--walk in service. Appointments must be made for dental screenings (usually about a 3 week waiting period). Patients are served on first-come, first-serve policy.

Periodontics - Treatment of gum and bone diseases.

Prosthodontics - Crowns, bridges, dentures, partials, implants.

Maxillofacial Prosthetics - Cleft lip & palate, reconstructive surgery, and prostheses.

Available Hours
8 A.M. - 5 P.M. M - F Treatment for dental emergencies are availiable 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Fees/Cost for Services
Before we begin any treatment, an explanation of the recommended treatment and an estimate of the fees involved will be presented to you for acceptance. Cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover are accepted, and payment is required at the time of service regardless of insurance coverage. Where insurance coverage exists, we will be happy to file a claim for you, along with any necessary supporting documentation. If you wish to finance your care, we will assist you in obtaining access to this service through an external institution well-known for their experience in this area. Your treatment can be initiated with no down payment and payments can be spread out, making care more affordable.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Walk in or call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Dental Service, VAMC


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Federal Government

Funding Sources
U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.309.8398 - Tollfree
1-866-4VA-PITT (1-866-482-7488) - 24-hour toll-free
412-822-2130 - HJ Heinz Campus

E-mail(s)
VHAPTHwebteam@va.gov- Please send only non-urgent questions and comments and do not include any personal health care information or personal identification information.

Web Addresses
www.pittsburgh.va.gov/services/dental.asp

Primary Addresses
7180 Highland Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
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Additional Addresses
1010 Delafield Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15215
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Inpatient program treats patients with pain, trauma, or acute infection; oral conditions with serious local or systemic consequences, such as oral cancer and benign lesions; dental care required as a component of an overall medical condition.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free.

Eligibility Requirements
U. S. military veteran. Priorty given to patients whose dental problems result from wounds or other service-connected injuries.

Required Documentation
Discharge papers, Form DD-214

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, walk in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Volunteers complete a training program

Dental Society of W. PA


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Membership dues


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Dr. Robert S. Runzo

Contact Number(s)
412.321.5810 - Phone
412-321-7719 - Fax

E-mail(s)
threeriversdental@verizon.net

Web Addresses
www.dswp.org

Primary Addresses
900 Cedar Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Offers referral services to dentists of all specialities. Education services include: speakers, puppet shows and films. Provides information on dental care for low income, elderly & handicapped and benefit programs for employers and unions.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Referrals are free; fees for services vary.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Department of Community and Economic Development
DCED


Organizational Information

Funding Sources
State, Federal


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
866-466-3972

Web Addresses
www.newpa.com

Primary Addresses
Commonwealth Keystone Building
400 North Street, 4th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Department of Economic Development, Greene County


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Provide services to Greene County municipalities, residents and businesses regarding all aspects of housing as it relates to community and economic development.

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Robbie Matestic - Executive Director of Economic Development

Contact Person(s)
David Craft - GIS Coordinator

Richard Davis - Housing Specialist

Mary Jane Kent - Program Support

Contact Number(s)
724-852-5300 - Phone
724-852-2944 - Fax

E-mail(s)
rmatesic@co.greene.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
49 South Washington Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Program Planning and Grant Services: municipalities, community groups, and volunteer fire companies are eligible for technical assistance and grant preparation services through the Economic Development (ED). Services include technical assistance, grant writing, and follow-up activity with funding sources. The ED group is then responsible for their own program administration and grant close out activity.

Solid Waste and Recycling: performs a wide range of functions to accomplish an efficient and harmonious approach to these issues in Greene County.

Grant Writing as needed to County Departments and municipalities where appropriate

Conservation District: to focus attention on land, water and related resource problems; to develop programs to solve them; to enlist and coordinate assistance from public and private sources that can contribute to accomplishing these goals; and to make all citizens aware of the interrelationship between activities and the natural environment.

Planning Commission: formed nearly 50 years ago to oversee the subdivision of land and the land development activity in Greene County.

Community GeoPortal: an internet-based geographic information system (GIS) that will allow efficient sharing of geospatial data among subscribers. The Community GeoPortal is part of an economic development strategy to attract high technology business to Greene County.

Financing Options

Housing Planning and Development

Available Hours
M-F 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Department of Environmental Protection, PA
DEP, PA


Organizational Information

Funding Sources
State, fees and fines


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-442-4000 - Regional Office

Web Addresses
www.dep.state.pa.us

Primary Addresses
400 Waterfront Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745
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Service Information

Service Area
Other

Service Description
Administers statewide environmental sanitation program by regulating public drinking water supplies, food protection at public eating and drinking facilites, food vending commissary, shellfish processors and distributors, bottled water facilities. Issues various permits through the following departments: Bureau of Air Quality, Bureau of Land Recycling and Waste Management, Bureau of Water Standards & Facility Regulation, Bureau of Watershed Management, Bureau of Mining and Reclamation and the Bureau of Oil and Gas Management.

To report water issues to the DEP--call 412-442-4000.

Available Hours
8 A.M. - 4 P.M. M - F

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, walk-in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Department of Health, Greene County State Health Center
Bureau of Community Health Systems


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Health

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
MISSION: To provide infrastructure for the implementation of core public health functions in a high quality, effective, and responsive manner that will positively impact the health status of Pennsylvanians.

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State and federal funds


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.627.3168 - Phone
724.852.4448 - Fax
877-724-3258 - State Health Hotline

Web Addresses
www.health.pa.gov/Your-Department-of-Health/Offices%20and%20Bureaus/State%20Health%20Centers/Pages/default.aspx - State Health Center Locator
www.health.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx

Primary Addresses
432 E. Oakview Drive
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Program support services include: communicable disease reporting and investigation, epidemiology, informational and referral; chronic disease prevention and intervention programs (including cardiovascular risk reduction, cancer, diabetes, and injury prevention); communicable disease clinical services (including sexually-transmitted disease and tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment, immunization, and HIV testing, counseling and education)and family health programs and environmental health services.

In addition, health centers engage in community health assessment and quality assurance activities and provide other public health services, including community integration and outreach programs, to promote healthy behaviors.

prevention

Health teaching and counseling. AIDS/HIV testing and counseling. Tubercuolsis-diagnosis, treatment and follow up. Immunizations including Flu Shots.

Available Hours
Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M.

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Resident of Pennsylvania

Required Documentation
Medical and health records

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call 627-3168 for appointment information


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

DePaul School for Hearing and Speech


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Private tuition fees and State funding.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Ruth G. Auld, EdD - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
412.924.1037 - Fax
412.924.1012 - Phone

Web Addresses
depaulhearingandspeech.org/

Primary Addresses
6202 Alder Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206-4389
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
1. School for hearing, speech and language impaired children operating during the normal school year. Services include audiological and psychological evaluations, tutoring, lip reading and speech training. 2. Screening and Assessment Center. 3. They have programs for parent-infant, toddler-parent, preschool, and kindergarten to grade 8 programs. 4. Other services include mainstream transition program, physical/occupational therapy, family services, and summmer programs. 5. The clinical services are audiological/cochlear implant and speech and language.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding scale for school. Screening & assessment services--sliding scale or free.

Eligibility Requirements
Children with hearing, speech and language impairments (infant through teen years).

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Diabetes Center, WVU
Diabetes Education Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
WVU Healthcare

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, fees and fundraising


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
304-598-4391 - Education Center
304-598-4865 - Endocrinology

Web Addresses
wvuhealthcare.com/services/endocrinologydiabetes/diabetes-education-center/

Primary Addresses
1 Medical Center Drive
Morgantown, WV 26506
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Provides evaluations of each patient's medical and educational needs and supplies them and their referring physician with recommendations for meeting them. Services are available from a diabetic teaching nurse, dieticians, diabetologist, physical therapy.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M - F; 24 hr. emergency

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies. Sliding scale; accepts Medical Assistance, Medicare, UMWA and private insurances.

Eligibility Requirements
Diabetics

Required Documentation
Medical records

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Usually by referral from a general or family practice physician.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Disability Connection


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The purpose of the Housing Coordinator Initiative is to create a bridge between the Medicaid home and community based waiver programs and the housing sector throughout the Commonwealth. Five Regional Housing Coordinators (RHC) across the state work with state agencies, organizations, housing professsionals, and others to facilitate access to housing options and opportunities for people with disabilities.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-877-755-5222

E-mail(s)
dconnection@alleghenycounty.us

Web Addresses
www.alleghenycounty.us/dhs/disabilityconnection.aspx

Primary Addresses
One Smithfield Street
2nd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Service Information

Service Area
Southwestern Region

Service Description
Regional Coordinators provide education and technical assistance to service and housing professionals to increase awareness and understanding about the needs of people with disabilities. The Regional Housing Coordinators work with state agencies, organizations, housing professionals, and others to facilitate access to housing options and opportunities of people with disabilities.

Available Hours
8:30 to 4:30, Monday through Friday.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Disability Determination, Bureau of


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Labor and Industry

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
717-425-7900
1-855-805-7380

Web Addresses
www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=566553&mode=2

Primary Addresses
355 Harvey Avenue
Greensburg, PA 15601
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description
The Bureau of Disability Determination (BDD) is the state agency that assists the Social Security Administration (SSA) in determining whether disabled Pennsylvania citizens are eligible for federal disability benefits.

Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania
DRN


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Peri Jude Radecic - CEO

Contact Number(s)
800-692-7443 - Tollfree/Harrisburg Office
412-391-5225 - Pittsburgh Regional Office
412-467-8940 - TDD Pittsburgh Office
412-391-4496 - Fax Pittsburgh Office

E-mail(s)
drnpa-hbg@drnpa.org- Harrisburgh Office
drnpa-pgh@drnpa.org- Pittsburgh Office

Web Addresses
drnpa.org

Primary Addresses
1414 N. Cameron Street
2nd Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17103
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Additional Addresses
429 Fourth Avenue
Suite 701
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Pennsylvania Protection & Advocacy, Inc. and the Disabilities Law Project have merged to form the Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania (DRN). The result is a more comprehensive, stronger, seamless advocacy system for persons with disabilities. This agency will provide the full range of legal, policy and advocacy services necessary to protect and advance the rights of persons with disabilities. Disability Rights Network of PA is a statewide, non-profit corporation designated as the federally-mandated organization to advance and protect the civil rights of all adults and children with disabilities. DRN works with people with disabilitities and their familiies to ensure their rights to live in their communities with the services they need, to receive a full and inclusive education, to live free of discrimination, abuse and neglect, and to have control and self-determination over their services. People can contact DRN's Intake Team to seek advice about disability rights, access to services, abuse and neglect, and other issues by calling the tollfree number or sending an email. The intake system is staffed by intake workers who take basic information from the callers, full time intake advocates who address advocacy issues and full time attorneys who address legal advocacy issues.

MISSION STATEMENT:The mission of the Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania is to advance, protect, and advocate for the human, civil, and legal rights of Pennsylvanians with disabilities. VISION STATEMENT: The Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania’s vision is that all Pennsylvanians with disabilities are empowered with opportunities and choices, are valued members of their communities fully included in all aspects of community life having access to quality education, employment opportunities, and housing options living free from abuse, neglect and discrimination. Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania (DRN) is a statewide, non–profit corporation designated as the federally–mandated organization to advance and protect the civil rights of adults and children with disabilities. DRN works with people with disabilities and their families to ensure their rights to live in their communities with the services they need, to receive a full and inclusive education, to live free of discrimination, abuse and neglect, and to have control and self–determination over their services

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

Eligibility Requirements
Disabled persons in need of services offered.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Disabled American Vets
D.A.V.


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Disabled American Veterans is an organization of disabled veterans who are focused on building better lives for disabled veterans and their families. The organization accomplishes this goal by providing free assistance to veterans in obtaining benefits and services earned through their military service.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Charles B. Stoy - Commander

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9027 - Phone
412-395-6241 - Regional Office

Web Addresses
www.dav.org - National Headquarters
www.davmembersportal.org/chapters/pa/123/default.aspx - Local Chapter

Additional Addresses
2600 Smith Creek Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Benefits assistance, Outreach Programs, Legislative Advocacy, Special Events and Fundraising Activities.

Available Hours
Local Chapter meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Waynesburg office.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Veterans

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of PA, Dist. IV


Organizational Information

History of Organization
The Disciplinary Board was created by the Supreme Court in 1972 to consider and investigate the conduct of any person subject to the Pennsylvania Rules of Disciplinary Enforcement (Pa. R.D.E.).

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Angelea Allen Mitas - Disciplinary Counsel-in-Charge

Contact Number(s)
412.565.7620 - Fax
412.565.3173 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.padb.us

Primary Addresses
Frick Building
Suite 1300
437 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Helps establish judicial policy, formulates rules of court procedure, investigates charges of misconduct and establishes standards for judicial conduct. Accepts complaints about judicial misconduct (of lawyers, attorneys) from the general public.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Be prepared to provide details of the alleged incident(s).

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or use complaint form available on the website.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

District Attorney, Greene County


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
"Our County District Attorney"...prosecutes criminal cases arising in Greene County, providing necessary legal support to police investigators and continuing to represent the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through the trial of a case and the years of appeals which may follow. The skilled, experienced and knowledgeable staff at the Greene County District Attorneys Office works hard to keep Greene County a safe place to live, work and raise a family.

Legal Structure
Local Government

Funding Sources
State, county.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Marjorie J. Fox - District Attorney

Contact Person(s)
Joseph I. Brodak - Assistant District Attorney

Ricardo J. Cicconi - Assistant District Attorney

William Kozich - Assistant District Attorney

Contact Number(s)
724.852.4461 - Fax
724.852.5273 - Phone
724.852.5272 - Phone

E-mail(s)
gcda@county.greene.pa.us

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Greene County Courthouse
10 East High Street (Room 304)
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Staff conducts pre-trial investigations and fact finding. Represents the people's interests in trial and appeals court.

This office also answers calls for the county Drug Task Force where callers can make reports regarding drug crime activity (drug crime tip reporting/drug tip hotline.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

Required Documentation
Records relevant to the case.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Do Not Call List


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
State Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Kathleen G. Kane - Attorney General

Contact Number(s)
888-777-3406

Web Addresses
www.attorneygeneral.gov/Consumers/Do_Not_Call_List/


Service Information

Service Area
PA

Service Description
This service is responsible for enforcing a new law which allows Pennsylvanians to avoid unwanted telephone solicitation calls. Telemarketers are prohibited from calling anyone whose name is on the new "Do Not Call" list. There is no fee for registering on the list. Once enrolled, your name and telephone number will remain listed for five years, or until that telephone number is no longer valid. Since the list is updated quarterly, please be advised that there will be a delay between the time you register on the list and the time the telemarketers receive your information.

Do Not Call Registry, National


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Federal Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
888-382-1222 - Hotline
866-290-4236 - TTY

Web Addresses
www.donotcall.gov


Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
The National Do Not Call Registry is open for business, putting consumers in charge of the telemarketing calls they receive at home. The Federal government created the national registry to make it easier and more efficient for you to stop getting telemarketing calls that you do not want. You can register online or call tollfree. Placing your number on the registry will stop most, but not all, telemarketing calls.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Apply online or call the tollfree number to register.

Dog Law Enforcement Office


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Dept. of Agriculture

Funding Sources
State, fees.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
(717) 787-3062 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.agriculture.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/gateway/PTARGS_0_2_24476_10297_0_43/AgWebsite/OrganizationDetail.aspx?name=Bureau-of-Dog-Law-Enforcement&navid=34&parentnavid=0&orgid=9

Primary Addresses
2301 N Cameron St,
Room 102
Harrisburg, PA 17110
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
The Bureau of Dog Law is charged with the following responsibilities: Enforcing licensing and control of dogs; Enforcing kennel licensing and inspections; Investigating dog bites; Seizing and detaining any dog seen running at large; Reimbursing individuals for dog-caused damaged to livestock, poultry and domestic game birds; Establishing and enforcing the quarantine of dogs in certain areas when required; Funding counties and humane organizations to establish dog control facilities; Providing educational services concerning dog ownership in Pennsylvania; and Enforcing the Pennsylvania Rabies Law.

Provides grants to animal shelters for capital improvements, and funds regional rabies vaccine clinics for low income persons (these clinics are administered by local government agencies).

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Any pet owner, non-profit animal shelter or interested person.

Required Documentation
None, except applications for grants.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Dog Law Enforcement, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Agriculture

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Dog Warden Newman

Contact Number(s)
412-973-0215 - Phone


Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Enforcement of animal control laws. Rabies control. Humane investigation and enforcement. Dog licenses.

Available Hours
24 hr. answering machine

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Dog Law Enforcement, Region IV


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
PA Department of Agriculture

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Tom Wharry - State Dog Warden Supervisor

Contact Number(s)
412-973-2539

Web Addresses
www.agriculture.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/gateway/PTARGS_0_2_24476_10297_0_43/AgWebsite/OrganizationDetail.aspx?name=Bureau-of-Dog-Law-Enforcement&navid=34&parentnavid=0&orgid=9


Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Responsible for enforcing the state law requiring rabies vaccines for all dogs and cats over 3 mos. of age; autopsies animals suspected of carrying rabies. Responds to farmers' complaints about dogs attacking livestock. Provides public education.

The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement is responsible for ensuring the welfare of breeding dogs and puppies in commercial breeding kennels. The Bureau also regulates activities pertaining to dogs that are classified as dangerous, and oversees annual licensure and rabies vaccinations for dogs. Kennel inspections records are available online in the Kennel Inspection Database.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M - F, will respond after hours to emergencies.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
The Briggs Family in partnership with the Literacy Council of Southwestern PA

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-267-3398

E-mail(s)
readwithmerailway@hotmail.com

Web Addresses
www.readwithmerailway.org

Primary Addresses
763 BAKER HILL ROAD
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene and Washington counties

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Children from birth to age 5 residing in Washington or Greene counties.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or email


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Domestic Relations, Greene County Office


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the Domestic Relations Section of the Greene County Court of Common Pleas is to secure financial and medical support for minor children and, where appropriate, for the custodial parents of said minor children. This is accomplished through the location of non-custodial parents, the establishment of paternity, the determination of parents' ability to pay support and provide health insurance and/or pay medical costs, and the establishment and enforcement of support orders.

Funding Sources
Soc. Sec. (IV)D Funds to DPW to Gr.Co/ County funds


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Aaron Ankrom - Director
AaronAnkrom@pacses.com

Contact Person(s)
Cynthia Policz - Assistant Director

Contact Number(s)
724.852.1059 - Fax
724.852.5214 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us/secured/gc2/depts/lo/judges/domrel.htm

Primary Addresses
Ft. Jackson Building/2nd Floor
19 S. Washington Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Jurisdiction over domestic relations including the establishment, modification, and enforcement of support for spouses and/or children when there is separation, divorce or a parent absent from the home; complaints for custody of children, partial custody, visitation, and matters related therto; divorce, alimony, and equitable distribution.

Application Services: Accept applications for services from individuals referred to the DRS by DPW, from other agencies and jurisdictions, and from individuals.

Location Services: Attempt to locate non-custodial parents and the income, assets and health insurance coverage on non-custodial parents through all available Federal and State automated means and local resources.

Petition Processing Services: Assist individuals, whether or not represented by counsel, in the filing of support complaints and thereafter processing those support complaints in accordance with the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure. The DRS shall attempt to solicit relevant information directly from the applicant/recipient of services prior to a determination that services cannot be provided due to insufficient information.

Paternity Services: Provide the alleged father the opportunity to voluntarily acknowledge paternity or attempt to establish paternity, when necessary, by ordering genetic testing or referring the matter for further judicial proceedings.

Financial Assessment Services: Conduct a financial assessment of the child's needs and person's ability to provide support in accordance with the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure, using information available through automated or other means.

Establishment of Support Services: Establish an order of support, including medical support, in accordance with the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure.

Medical Support Services: Recommend the inclusion in all new or modified orders the requirement that health benefits or health insurance be provided as required by Federal and State statues.

Modification of support order services: Initiate proceedings to review and, if appropriate, petition the courts to modify support orders in accordance with State and Federal law, or whenever a verifiable material and substantial change in circumstances becomes known to the DRS.

Enforcement Services: Use all available automated or other appropriate legal measures to enforce support orders, including but not limited to the following: initiating proceedings for income attachment; directing an employer to enroll dependent(s) in available health insurance and to deduct the required premium payment from the employee's income; petitioning the court for contempt sanctions; automatically intercepting unemployment compensation or an IRS income tax refund for all cases meeting the certification criteria unless good cause is established; entering or assisting in entering liens against personal property of the obligor; initiate actions to seize financial assets and suspend, non-renew or deny driver's and professional or other licenses of delinquent obligors which are issued by any entity, political subdivision or agency of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Inter/Intra-state Services: Refer and monitor appropriate cases to other states or DRSs for provision of services and provide the aforesaid services to cases referred from the DPW, other states or DRSs.

Available Hours
Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Require services of the office; referrals from court of common pleas and caseworkers.

Required Documentation
All documents relevant to litigation.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA
formerly known as Greene County Women's Center


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern Pennsylvania is committed to providing services to women and their children who are abused or threatened with abuse. The shelter is a safe non-judgemental alternative to domestic violence. We are working toward making the community aware of the scope of domestic violence and its impact on individuals, the family and society.

History of Organization
Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern Pennsylvania was incorporated as Washington Women's Shelter, Inc. in 1986 and became fully autonomous at that time. In 1993 the agency was asked by PCADV (Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence) to open an office in Greene County, (formerly known as Greene County Women's Center). In 2010 the agency also began service provision in Fayette County. The agency name was then changed to Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern Pennsylvania to encompass all three counties and to be more indicative of all the services provided. In 2009 the agency celebrated 25 years of continuous service.

Affiliations
PCADV PCCD

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
PA Coaltion Against Domestic Violence, United Way, individual and business donations


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Michelle Robinson-Ritter - Executive Director
724-223-5478

Contact Number(s)
724.852.2463 - Phone
724.627.4729 - Fax
800.791.4000 - Toll free
724-223-5481 - Administrative Offices

E-mail(s)
admin@peacefromdv.org- Administrative Office in Washington County

Web Addresses
www.peacefromdv.org/

Primary Addresses
43 N. Morgan Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern Pennsylvania
308 East Maiden Street
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County - Additional offices serve Fayette & Washington Counties

Service Description
Services include: safe shelter (Washington Women's Shelter); 24 hour hotline; 24 hr. transportation and intake; women's community support group; counseling and support group for residents; information and referrals; advocacy; accompaniment; children's program; community education and training programs; domestic violence prevention projects in the schools; legal advocacy program; food, clothing and personal care items for shelter residents.

Protection From Abuse assistance

Extensive legal advocacy services are provided to domestic violence victims. In addition to counseling, legal advocates inform victims about possible legal remedies, including Protection From Abuse Orders. Advocacy and assistance are offered to victims throughout the PFA process.

"Fresh Start" ---Our transitional housing program for domestic violence victims with children is called "Fresh Start." Families may be able to participate at any one time for a period of 12 to 15 months.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. M - F; 24 hour hotline.

Fees/Cost for Services
All services are free and confidential

Eligibility Requirements
Greene County residents in need of services.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes, ramp available

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Requirement: 40 hr. training program

Domiciliary Care Program
Dom Care


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
SPHS Area Agency on Aging

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the 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.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.411.5655 - Tollfree
724-489-8083 - District Office
724-852-1510 - AAA Office in Greene County

Web Addresses
swpa-aaa.org/SWPA_Dom_Care_Program.php

Primary Addresses
Domiciliary Care
305 Chamber Plaza
Charleroi, PA 15022
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Domiciliary Care provides community living arrangements for eligible adults unable to live alone due to a physical disability, medical problem or mental impairment. At a time when a person's special needs exceed the capabilities of the families, friends or human service agencies, Dom Care offers 24-hour care and supervision within a family-type environment. From the Dom Care home providers, residents receive room, board and personal care assistance, as well as important emotional support. In return, home providers retain a tax-exempt portion of the resident's monthly income. Developed to prevent unnecessary institutionalization, Dom Care has become a viable alternative for many persons having serious trouble coping with the responsibilities of independent living in their communities. All homes are certified to meet the required fire safety and health standards.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F (office hours)

Fees/Cost for Services
Monthly rents would vary.

Eligibility Requirements
Dom Care is designed primarily for persons having medical, social and economic needs. A person experiencing difficulty with meal preparation, housekeeping, grooming, medication supervision, etc. due to physical disabilities and mental or medical problems. Prospective residents should be neither bed-fast nor require 24 hour nursing or medical care.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for information; interested persons generally are referred by their families, friends or clergy. Hospitals, social service agencies or senior citizen groups may also initiate referrals.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Douglas Education Center
formerly Douglas School of Business


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of Douglas Education Center is twofold. Our first responsibility is to provide students with a quality education that will develop the attitudes, skills, and techniques necessary to enter and succeed in their chosen field of study. Our second responsibility is to provide prospective employers with well-trained personnel. The curricula of Douglas is designed to maintain high standards of performance upon which these future employers can depend. Douglas Education Center has the obligation to create an educational atmosphere that will not only foster the highest standards of excellence in all students, but also help these students develop an awareness of social responsibility and ethical behavior.

Accreditations and Licenses
Douglas Education Center is licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education, State Board of Private Licensed Schools. The Cosmetology Academy at Douglas Education Center is licensed by the Commmonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of State, Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs, State Board of Cosmetology. Douglas Education Center is authorized by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, State Board of Private Licensed Schools, to award diploma and certificates upon the successful completion of the academic requirements of the respective programs. The authorization to award Associate in Specialized Business Degrees has been granted to Douglas Education Center by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Degree Granting Division of the State Board of Private Licensed Schools.

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
Fees; grants.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.684.DOUG - Phone
1-800-413-6013 - Toll free
724.684.3684 - Phone

E-mail(s)
dec@dec.edu

Web Addresses
www.douglas-school.com/

Primary Addresses
130 Seventh Street
Monessen, PA 15062
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Administrative Office Technology Associate in Specialized Business Degree This sixteen-month program is designed to develop skill competency in keyboarding, word processing, office technology, dictation, transcription, communications and contemporary business/graphic software applications. Graduates are prepared for a career as a word processing specialist, administrative/executive assistant, claims assistant, claims processor, marketing assistant or customer service coordinator.

Business Administration Associate in Specialized Business Degree--This sixteen-month program is designed to provide a strong foundation in the basic principles of business and management with emphasis on accounting and computer operations. Graduates master skills in spreadsheet preparation, graph and database development, word processing, desktop publishing, photo manipulation and accounting. Training provides graduates for various entry-level positions in business, finance, insurance, real estate and government.

Intensive Business Training Advancement and Transition Diploma Program--This twelve-month program will allow the student to transfer all credits to Douglas’ Business Administration Associate in Specialized Business Degree Program. The Intensive Business Training Advancement and Transition Program is a twelve-month program and is designed to provide students with a broad background in business with an emphasis in accounting and microcomputer operations. Graduates are prepared for various entry-level positions such as bookkeeper, accounting assistant, automated accounting clerk, microcomputer operator, or management assistant.

Microsoft Office User Specialist Certifications--Option 1: Certification Exam Only. Option 2: Certification Exam Preparation and Certification Exam. Option 3-- Microsoft Office Software Application Training, Certification Exam Preparation, and Certification Exam.

Medical Assistant--This sixteen-month program is designed to provide graduates with skills necessary for entry level medical assistant/management positions. Graduates are prepared for careers with medical clinics, physicians’ offices (front office and back office procedures), nursing homes, hospitals and ancillary hospital X-ray, laboratory and EKG departments.

Medical Transcription Specialist--This 8-month program is designed to provide graduates with the skills necessary for entry-level transcriptionist positions in the hospital, doctor’s office, or outpatient facility. With proficiency in keyboarding, word processing, transcription and communications, graduates are prepared for a career as a transcriptionist or front desk receptionist in a medical facility. Graduates also possess strong backgrounds in A & P/ Medical Terminology and Pathophysiology

Medical Unit Clerk This 8-month program is designed to provide graduates with the skills necessary for entry-level medical administrative positions. With proficiency in interpreting medical orders, tests and drugs and a thorough medical terminology, A & P, and ancillary services background, graduates are prepared for a career as a medical unit clerk in the hospital or skilled facility or front desk receptionist in an outpatient setting.

Allied Health Advancement and Transition This twelve-month program allows the student to transfer Douglas’ credits to the Medical Assistant, Associate in Specialized Business Degree Program. The Allied Health Advancement and Transition Program is designed to provide graduates with entry-level skills. Graduates are prepared to perform allied health and hands-on patient care related to the medical profession in positions such as health care assistant, insurance clerk, medical coder, word processor, manager, and transcriptionist.

Graphic Design & Web Associate in Specialized Business Degree--This sixteen-month program is designed to provide a strong foundation in the basic principles of art and design. Graduates develop art, business and technology skills to prepare for careers in visual communications positions such as a graphic designer, computer artist, 3-D modeler, animator, web designer and multi-media programmer. Graduates will utilize professional computer programs to produce art-ready media publications, author software programs and create multi-media presentations.

Associate in Specialized Business Degree Program. This sixteen-month program is designed to provide graduates with the skills necessary for a career in the special make-up effects and show design businesses. The program of study developes competency in the four skill areas of special effects: 1) Make-Up Application, 2) Mold Making & Casting, 3) Animation Fabrication, 4) Exhibit and Display Design. Graduates are prepared for careers with theater companies, cosmetic companies, department stores, television studios, film and photography studios, special effects labs, toy manufacturers, architechtural restoration firms, amusement parks, entertainment design and fabrication companies, costume companies, computer special effects firms, display design firms, museums, science centers and prosthetic sculpting and mold making studios. Tom Savini, himself, monitors the portfolio process to ensure proper competency developement. Each student will undergo a portfolio review to confirm career readiness. Qualifying portfolios will recieve a certificate of excellence signed by Tom Savini.

Douglas is excited to introduce a brand new "signature program" coming in Fall 2003 entitled "Art of Animation". Designed by Film and Television Animator, Rick Catizone, who is best known for his work in movies such as Creepshow and Evil Dead 2. His credits also include music videos such as Tom Petty’s Runnin Down a Dream and Joe Diffie’s In Love with a Capital U. His most recent television work is on Xena, Warrior Princess as well as a 4-minute animation for Starkist, featuring Charlie the Tuna. This program will encompass everything from traditional cel and stop motion animation to high-end computer animation. Well-qualified instructors in high-tech computer labs and classrooms will teach these courses. Students will graduate from this program with the skills necessary to become computer animators, stop motion animato rs, cel animators, storyboard artists, even video game designers!

General Cosmetology (Hair, Make-Up, Nails) Teachers will prepare the students for careers in cosmetology using lecture and lab components. Students are given hands-on experience, as well as the practical theory, in areas such as shampooing, hair shaping, hair styling, permanent waving, hair color, hair straightening, skin care, manicuring, scalp treatment and overall care of hair types and textures. This program prepares the student to comprehend and understand the practices of cosmetology including areas of professional attitude, salon management, bacteriology, sterilization and sanitation. Students will study the sciences of cosmetology including such topics as histology, trichology, chemistry, physiology, cosmetic dermatology, and electricity

• General Cosmetology / Teacher Program This sixteen-month program combines the General Cosmetology Program and the Teacher Program. Students who graduate from this program will be prepared to sit for their State Board of Cosmetology Examination as well as their Cosmetology Teaching Examination. Successful examinees will have earned both their Cosmetology and Teaching Licenses

• Teacher Program This four-month program will prepare the student for an entry-level instructional position within the field of Cosmetology. Students who wish to enter into the Instructor program must graduate from an approved 1250 clock hour program in cosmetology (or its equivalent) prior to being accepted into the Cosmetology-Teacher program. The student will be taught teaching techniques for subject matter related to cosmetology curricula. Professional Practices and Salon Management will give the student a well-rounded view of the field of cosmetology instruction. Students will be exposed to teaching methods and techniques and will learn how to prepare lesson plans, course outlines, make classroom presentations and demonstrations, and understand the various student evaluation methods. There will be practical experience in clinical management under direct supervision of the instructor. Students will be taught the rules and regulations of the Pennsylvania Board of Cosmetology required to obtain a teacher’s license.

Advanced Training (Utilizing specialists from the industry) The Cosmetology Academy will include advanced training sessions throughout all programs. These training sessions will utilize specialists from their specific fields, teaching cutting edge technologies and techniques. Advanced training will include color, multi-cultural design, hair sculpting, formal hair styling, make-up, nail design, permanent waiving, etc.

Allan & Wilson Illustration & Airbrush Art. This program covers all disciplines of illustration: Watercolor Illustration, Basic Airbrush Illustration, Marker Illustration, Pastel and Color Pencil Illustration, Acrylic Illustration, Advanced Airbrush Illustration, Mixed Media Illustration, Computer Assisted Illustration, Studio Work/Portfolio.

Available Hours
Day and evening classes.

Fees/Cost for Services
Vary

Eligibility Requirements
G.E.D. or High School Diploma.

Required Documentation
G.E.D. or High School diploma; application.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Down Syndrome Center of Western PA


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Down Syndrome Center of Western Pennsylvania: provides information about Down Syndrome to new families; refers families to support groups for parents, grandparents and siblings; offers support to families of children who are recuperating from illness or surgery at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh; and assists families in locating medical, educational, recreational, social and adult services.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Fees, Children's Hospital, grants & donations.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Kishore Vellody, MD - Medical Director

Contact Person(s)
Sheila A. Cannon, MEd - Coordinator

Contact Number(s)
412-692-7963 - Phone
412-692-7038 - Fax

Web Addresses
http://www.chp.edu/CHP/downsyndrome

Primary Addresses
One Children's Hospital Drive
4401 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Evaluations for Down patients. Physician referral list. Educational advocates, recreational programs, vocational and residential programs, and family services. Films, library, speakers, quarterly newsletter, annual conference.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. M - F; 24 hr. answering service.

Fees/Cost for Services
Vary by service; some are free. Accepts Medicaid and Medicare, most insurances.

Eligibility Requirements
Persons with Down Syndrome, any age.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Drug and Alcohol, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene County Human Services

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5276 - Phone
888.317.7106 - Tollfree
724.852.5368 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Ft. Jackson Building
19 S. Washington Street
3rd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Case Management (CM) staff provide drug and alcohol assessments, makes appropriate referrals, and monitors aftercare. The primary function of the CM is to determine the client's level of risk for drug and alcohol use, to determine treatment level of care according to the client's needs, and to determine the client's funding eligibility for treatment services.

Case Management (CM) program also available to evaluate client's strengths and needs, helps set goals, advocates for client rights, coaches client as they work toward their goals, and links clients with needed services.

Case Management referral for assistance in the following areas: alcohol and other drug treatment, child care, job training, legal, mental health, housing, education/vocation, life skills, basic needs, employment, physical health, transportation, family/social needs.

Special assistance available for Women with Children and IV Drug Users.

Available Hours
Monday - Friday from 8:30 to 4:30.

Fees/Cost for Services
Services are provided for at no cost.

Eligibility Requirements
Person must be a Greene County resident. Person must be experiencing a substance abuse problem, or be in recovery from substance abuse. Person must be willing to participate. Person must be free from any medical or mental health crisis.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

DUI Department, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene County Human Services

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Karen Bennett - Human Services Administrator

Contact Person(s)
John Fox - Director of Drug & Alcohol Services
jfox@co.greene.pa.us

Tina Clutter - Intake Officer

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5276 - Phone
888.317.7106 - Tollfree
724.852.5368 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Ft. Jackson Building
19 S. Washington Street
3rd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Administer the Court Reporting Network (CRN) to persons who have been arrested for a DUI in Greene County.

CRN Evaluators pass the results of the report to probation/parole, attorneys, judges, etc. to help determine the persons sentencing for their DUI charge.

Available Hours
Monday through Friday 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. CRN evaluations are scheduled on certain days and at certain times. Contact the office for appointment information.

Fees/Cost for Services
Fee must be paid in cashier's check or money order. The money must be received at the time of the evaluation.

Eligibility Requirements
Person who have received a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Citation in Greene County.

Required Documentation
Drivers License, Social Security Number, Criminal Complaint from the DUI Arrest, Blood Alcohol Content (BAC), and $50.00 payment.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Dunkard Township



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
David Pritchard Jr. - Chairman

Contact Person(s)
Linda Huggins - Supervisor

J. William Hook - Solicitor

Michelle Hurley - Secretary-Treasurer

Joseph Gacek - Vice Chairman

Contact Number(s)
724-839-7273

E-mail(s)
dunkardtwp@windstream.net

Primary Addresses
P.O Box 369
370 N. Moreland Street
Bobtown, PA 15315
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Service Information

Service Area
Bald Hill, Bobtown, Davistown, Dillinger, Durr's Knob, Moffitt Sterling, Newtown, Taylortown, Walnut Hill

Available Hours
Meetings are held at 3:30 PM on the second Thursday of the month in the township office.

Eagles Club


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Dues


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.627.7565 - Phone

Primary Addresses
58 West High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Private social club, has bar, dance area & members may rent room to hold parties, wedding receptions etc. National organization publishes a magazine. Eagle forum is a national conservative organization concerned with public policy issues.

Available Hours
Weekdays 9 A.M to Midnight; Fri. & Sat. 9 A.M. - 2 A.M.

Fees/Cost for Services
Membership dues

Eligibility Requirements
Over 21 years of age; must fill out application & be approved by membership.

Required Documentation
Proof of age

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Early Care and Education
ECE


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene County MAGIC Community Team

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Mission: The Early Care and Education Community Team promotes high quality early care and education for all families in Greene County to ensure readiness to learn through partnerships with parents and community collaborations. Vision: Greene County Families will have access to affordable high quality early childhood education that promotes school and life success.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Amy Switalski - Early Care and Education Community Team Chair
aswitalski@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724-852-5277
888-355-CCIS (2247) - Toll-free

Web Addresses
www.greenecountymagic.org

Primary Addresses
Ben Franklin Building, 2nd Floor
22 W. High Street, Waynesburg
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Greene County Making A Great Impact Collectively (MAGIC) is the community collaborative network that serves Greene County. MAGIC is made up of many individuals and diverse organizations coming together to work on common goals that achieve service system improvement and community well-being. Early Care and Education is one community team. The Early Care and Education Community Team promotes high quality early care and education for all families in Greene County to ensure readiness to learn through partnerships with parents and community collaborations.

Available Hours
Meetings take place on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 1:30 PM

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone who is interested is invited to join.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Early Head Start


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services for low-income pregnant women and families with children under age three.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal funding


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-877-814-0788 x450 (toll free)
724-222-9100 (local)
724-852-2893 (local) - Waynesburg

Web Addresses
caswg.org/programs-services/ecs/early-head-start

Primary Addresses
150 W. Beau Street
Suite 304
Washington, PA 15301
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Additional Addresses
58 E Greene St.
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene and Washington Counties

Service Description
Early Head Start provides early, continuous, intensive and comprehensive child development and family support services for low income pregnant women and families with children under the age of three. Services include: child development, health, nutrition, mental health, disabilities,parent involvement and social services. Home-based and center-based options are offered. A comprehensive service provider conducts weekly home visits during which child development and family support services are provided. In addition, families and children participating in the home-based option are offered socialization opportunities and parent involvement and training outside of the home.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday-Friday (office hours)

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Eligibiity is based on verification of the family's income according to the federal poverty guidelines and the woman's pregnancy or the child's age. Priority 10% of the total enrollment opportunities will be given to children with diagnosed disabilities.

Required Documentation
Health records, income verification.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Early Intervention Program
EI


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Greene County Human Services

Legal Structure
Local Government

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Lauren Chambers - Director of Early Intervention Services
lachambers@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724.852.5276 - Phone
888.317.7106 - Tollfree
724.852.5368 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
Ft. Jackson Building
19 S. Washington Street
3rd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Provides development services and supports to children (Birth-3 years old) and their families having a developmental delay or is at risk for having a developmental delay. A Multidisciplinary Evaluation may be offered to determine the need for services and supports such as, Service Coordination, Special Instruction, Speech/Language Pathology, Physical Therpay, Occupational Therapy, Nutrition support, Hearing Special Instruction, Vision Special Instruction, and Social Work. Parent Trainings, Workshops, Social, and Networking opportunities are also available.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Ages Birth through 3 years or expecting mothers with a child with a disability.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call 724-852-5276


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Earned Income Tax Credit Program
EITC


Organizational Information

Funding Sources
Federal


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.829.1040 - Tollfree Tax Help Line
800.829.4477 - Tollfree Automated Refund Information
800.829.1954 - Refund Hotline
(724) 229-5985 - Washington Office

Web Addresses
www.irs.ustreas.gov

Primary Addresses
1000 Liberty Avenue
PA
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Additional Addresses
162 W. Chestnut St.
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Tax credit program for working low-income families. The credit is refundable, if no tax is owed, the family receives a check for credited amount. If tax is owed it is reduced by credited amount. EIC need not be claimed on tax form--IRS calculates amount.

Available Hours
24 hour recorded information line. Pittsburgh Office Hourse: Monday-Friday - 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Washington office Hours: Monday-Friday - 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (Closed for lunch 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.)

Fees/Cost for Services
none

Eligibility Requirements
Must have filed a federal tax return; eligibility requirements include being a working low-income family with at least one child living at home. The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a federal income tax credit for low-income workers who are eligible for and claim the credit. The credit reduces the amount of tax an individual owes, and may be returned in the form of a refund.

Required Documentation
File a federal income tax return (form 1040 or 1040A)

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

East Bethlehem Baptist Church



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
(724) 267-3303 - Phone


Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Easter Seal Society


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Easter Seals provides exceptional services to ensure that people living with autism and other disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
State, fees and contributions.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
James G. Bennett - President-CEO

Contact Number(s)
412.281.7244 - Phone
800-587-3257 - Tollfree
412.281.9333 - Fax
724-437-4047 - Fayette County Division
412-281-7244 - Pittsburgh

Web Addresses
www.westernpa.easterseals.com

Primary Addresses
2525 Railroad Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-3376
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Additional Addresses
28 Johnson Avenue
Uniontown, PA 15401
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Services include evaluation, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, recreational programs, camps and an early intervention program. The programs serve clients who have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, etc.

Primary Easter Seals services include: Medical Rehabilitation, Early Intervention, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Hearing Therapy, Workforce Development, Child Care, Adult Senior Services and Camping and Recreation.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding scale. 3rd party payments accepted.

Eligibility Requirements
Vary with each program.

Required Documentation
Medical records; insurance information.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Education Law Center, Inc.
ELC


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
ELC is dedicated to ensuring that all of Pennsylvania's children have access to a quality public education.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Public and private funds.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.258.2120 - Pittsburgh Phone
412.391-4496 - Pittsburgh Fax
215-238-6970 - Philadelphia Phone
1-800-692-7443 - Telephone Intake Service

Web Addresses
www.elc-pa.org

Primary Addresses
702 Law & Finance Building
429 Fourth Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Additional Addresses
The Philadelphia Building
1315 Walnut Street, 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107-4717
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania

Service Description
Legal consultation and representation for negotiations, administrative hearings, and court proceedings involving public education. Education about legal rights to special education services. Speakers and training available.

The ELC staff can provide information on the legal rights of public school students, help with problem-solving, written materials, and contacts. In some cases involving large numbers of children, they provide legal representation (though only in a relatively small number of cases).

Also, ELC is also involved with training, information-sharing, working with the media and advocating for children in Harrisburg and Washington.

The Education Law Center Help Line: Through the HelpLine, ELC staff answers questions from students, families, advocates and child-serving professionals about the legal rights of public school students in Pennsylvania. As of 7/1/07, the HelpLine will no longer be able to offer services to families with questions about special education or early intervention. This is because ELC's funder, the Disability Rights Network of PA (formerly PA Protection & Advocacy), will offer telephone consultation services itself rather than contracting with ELC to provide them. You can reach the Disability Rights Network at 800-692-7443 or 717-236-8110. For the ELC HelpLine, if your area code is 215, 610, 484, 717 or 570, pleace call (215) 238-6970 between the hours of 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday-Thursday. If your area code is 724, 814 or 412, please call (412) 319-5225 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Parents, students, consumer organizations.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Educational Opportunity Center
E.O.C.


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Penn State University

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
State Grant


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.430.4100 - Phone
724-430-4130 - Phone
724.430.4184 - Fax
877-568-4130

E-mail(s)
feadm@psu.edu

Web Addresses
admissions.psu.edu/info/counselors/alternate/eop.cfm

Primary Addresses
Penn State Fayette Campus
P. O. Box 519
Uniontown, PA 15401-0519
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Educational Opportunity Center provides free educational, career and financial aid information. Educational services: assistance in completing admissions applications, catalogs and brochures on colleges, universities, vo-tech schools and adult education programs.

In addition to providing an offer of enrollment to Penn State, the program provides thorough diagnostic and placement services; basic skills courses in English, math, and reading—if needed by the student—and a study skills course; academic support including tutoring, counseling, and academic advising; and, for a small group, a summer intensive six-week program. Available courses and services may vary by campus. If your student wishes to apply for admission to Penn State and be considered for EOP, he/she must take the following steps: 1. Complete an application for admission to Penn State. 2. Complete the EOP Financial Information Form (FIF) and attach it to the application for admission. Students may obtain a FIF from an admissions office at any Penn State location or Penn State Community Recruitment Center. 3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students may obtain this form from their high school counselor or any Penn State location or Community Recruitment Center. This form should be submitted as soon as possible after January 1 of the year for which the student is applying. To be considered for maximum financial aid, students should submit this form before February 15. 4. Applicants who meet EOP academic and financial qualifications will be required to attend an interview session as a final phase of the admissions process.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
The EOP can provide an alternative admission opportunity for entering first-year (freshmen) students who meet the following criteria: *applicant must be a Pennsylvania resident; *family's income must fall within the guidelines established by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for low income households; *applicant may not meet regular admission criteria for his or her selected campus, *and/or may need basic skills courses and/or supplemental academic support.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Elder Abuse Hotline
Protective Services for the Elderly


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
SWPA Area Agency on Aging

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
State


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Leslie Grenfell - Executive Director

Kathleen Gustine, Esq. - Legal Services for the Elderly

Contact Number(s)
724-489-8086 - Phone
800-537-2424 - Tollfree

E-mail(s)
mchristinis@swpa-aaa.org

Web Addresses
www.swpa-aaa.org/prot.html

Primary Addresses
305 Chamber Plaza
Charleroi, PA 15022
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Staff persons will investigate any reports of suspected abuse, abandonment, exploitation or neglect of any individual 60 years and older. If abuse has occurred, steps will be taken to protect the victim, stop the abuse and prevent it from occurring again.

Available Hours
24 hours/7 days

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Clients must be 60 years and over & living in Greene, Fayette or Washington counties.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Eldercare Adult Day Services, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Community Action Southwest

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
S. W. PA Area Agency on Aging, PA Dept. of Aging


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Darlene Bigler - CEO
1-877-814-0788
1-724-228-9966
dbigler@caswg.org

Contact Number(s)
724-852-2893 (local) - Phone (Community Action)
877-814-0788 (toll free) - Phone (Community Action)
724-852-2012 - Eldercare

E-mail(s)
khoy@caswg.org- Site Supervisor

Web Addresses
www.caswg.org

Primary Addresses
1505 Morris Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
58 E. Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Adult day care center offering: physical exercise; education and reality orientation; group discussions; field trips; arts & crafts; personal hygiene skills; health services; local transportation; congregate meals; socialization & recreation and life skills.

Provides community based services to improve the quality of life to older adults with functional impairment and to provide respite for caregivers. Offers a variety of activities that are provided within a protective nonresidential setting. Transportation can be provided.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Monday through Friday Eldercare hours are flexible

Fees/Cost for Services
Sliding scale through AAA Options Program, PDA Waiver Program, Private Pay

Eligibility Requirements
Age 60 and over; in need of supervision

Required Documentation
Proof of age; proof of income.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility
Yes

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Eldercare Locator


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Eldercare Locator is designed to help older adults and their families and caregivers find their way through the maze of services for seniors by identifying trustworthy local support resources. The goal is to provide users with the information and resources that will help older persons live independently and safely in their homes and communities for as long as possible.

History of Organization
The Eldercare Locator began telephone operation in 1991 and the website was launched in 2001. The Eldercare Locator links those who need assistance with state and local area agencies on aging and community-based organizations that serve older adults and their caregivers. Whether an older person needs help with services such as meals, home care or transportation, or a caregiver needs training and education or a well-deserved break from caregiving responsibilities, the Eldercare Locator is there to point that person in the right direction.

Affiliations
The Eldercare Locator is administered in partnership with the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging.

Legal Structure
Unincorporated group

Funding Sources
Unknown


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.677.1116 - Phone

E-mail(s)
eldercarelocator@n4a.org

Web Addresses
www.eldercare.gov


Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
The Eldercare Locator is a nationwide toll-free service, to help older adults and caregivers find local services for seniors.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. M- F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of information

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
CAll


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Election and Registration, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government

Funding Sources
State, county


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Tina Kiger - Director
tkiger@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Person(s)
Amie Nehls - Administrative Assistant
anehls@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724-852-5304 - Phone
724-852-5321 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us

Primary Addresses
County Office Building
93 E. High Street
1st Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Registers voters at the elections office or by mail ballot, supplies absentee ballots, conducts elections. Sponsors voting drives and public education. Distributes pamphlets published by the State Election Commission. Issues voter ID cards upon registration.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Age 18 on or before the next election following registration; resident of county for 6 mos. preceding election.

Required Documentation
Proof of identity, age and residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, walk in or write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Elks Home Service Program, PA


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Pathways of SWPA, Inc.

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To support and promote the independence of individuals with developmental disabilities, by providing advocacy services in their home environment.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Dianna McCord, RN
724-225-8145, ext. 211

Contact Number(s)
724-225-8145 ext.263

Web Addresses
www.pathwaysswpa.org/services/elks-home-service/
www.paelkshomeservice.org/

Primary Addresses
655 Jefferson Ave.
UCP of SWPA
Washington, PA 15301
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Additional Addresses
655 Jefferson Ave
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
The Pa Elks Home Service Program is a home nursing service by a registered nurse offered to persons who have developmental disabilities. These disabilities include: cerebral palsy, epilepsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, hearing, speech & visual disibilities.

The mission of this program is to support and promote the independence of individuals with developmental disabilities, by providing advocacy services in their home environment.

Services are provided by a registered Nurse and/or Medical Case Coordinator.

Services are provided in the person's home environment and without discrimination.

When a referral is made, a visit is made to the home for an intake and initial assessment. The needs of the family and environment are noted at this time. After discussing the needs with the individual or family, we help to determine the appropriate referrals for services. When referrals are made, we can assist with follow-up. Home visits are then made on an as needed basis.

Referrals can be made by a friend or concerned Elk, by a health care professional, by school personnel, by community and human service agencies, by a family member. ***Permission must first be obtained from the individual or family.***

Available Hours
Office hours: 8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Persons with developmental disabilities. An individual of any age who has a developmental disability (a disability that is manifested before the age of 22), A child or adult with physical or mental delays or a combination of both. (Services can continue throughout a person's lifetime, if needed) or Multiple Sclerosis.

Required Documentation
Unknown

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Emergency Management, Greene County Dept. of
911 Communications Center


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
It is our mission to have and maintain well-developed and well-rehearsed emergency response plans. These plans are supported by our trained and dedicated emergency responders and law enforcers. They, in turn, are supported by skilled personnel and a vast array of resources at the county, state and federal levels.

Legal Structure
Local Government

Funding Sources
County, PEMA, FEMA


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Greg Leathers - Director
724-627-5387
gleathers@co.greene.pa.us

Contact Number(s)
724.852.2911 - 24-hour Non-Emergency calls
724.627.5342 - Fax
724-627-4911 - Emergency calls only

Web Addresses
http://www.co.greene.pa.us/secured/gc2/depts/lo/ems-911/ems.htm

Primary Addresses
55 W. Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Planning and preparedness for man-made and natural disasters. Operates the 911 Services for the county. Administers PEMA loan program to county fire departments. Conducts training exercises at the airport, and at the county fire school. Public education. Evaluates county fire & ambulance companies.

Coordinates multi-organizational community planning, response and recovery. Emergency Management personnel are here to assist in times of disaster, to educate others in handling emergency situations and to help people plan and prepare for unexpected natural events and/or terrorist attacks.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F (24 hr. emergency)

Eligibility Requirements
County resident

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, walk in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

EMS Southwest


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Robert Bowman - Director of Operations

Contact Number(s)
(724) 627-6097 - Phone
(724) 852-2208 - Phone

Primary Addresses
590 Rolling Meadows Rd
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Four ambulances.

EMTs and paramedics.

Both emergency and non-emergency calls.

Radio contact with Greene County Memorial Hospital Emergency Room.

Available Hours
24 hr. emergency

Fees/Cost for Services
Accepts all insurances, Medicaid and Medicare.

Eligibility Requirements
Residents of Greene County and Masontown Borough

Required Documentation
Insurance information.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call 911 for Emergencies. Call Monday- Friday from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. in order to schedule wheelchair and stretcher van services.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Engineering District 12-0
Penn DOT


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State, federal.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-627-6131 - Penn DOT in Greene County
1-800-Fix-Road (1-800-349-7623) - Toll Free
724-439-7470 - District Office

Web Addresses
www.dot.state.pa.us/
www.dot.state.pa.us/penndot/districts/district12.nsf/District%2012-0%20Homepage?OpenFrameSet&Frame=main&Src=%2Fpenndot%2Fdistricts%2Fdistrict12.nsf%2FDistrict%252012%2520Homepage%3FReadForm%26AutoFramed

Primary Addresses
825 N. Gallatin Ave. Ext
P.O. Box 459
Uniontown, PA 15401-0459
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Administers the four maintenance districts for Penn D.O.T. (Pennsylvania Department of Transportation) under its jurisdiction (including Fayette, Greene, Washington & Westmoreland counties) accepts and responds to complaints about their behavior and performance. Maintains and dispatches vehicle fleet. Engages in repair, maintenance, and construction of state-owned roads and bridges including snow removal and pothole-patching. Conducts bridge inspections.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F; 24 hr. emergency.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Prefer written complaints.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

English as Second Language


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Intermediate Unit 1

Legal Structure
School District


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Frank Palo - ESL Service Coordinator
frank.palo@iu1.org

Contact Number(s)
724-938-3241 ext. 414 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.iu1.k12.pa.us/esl/

Primary Addresses
One Intermediate Unit Drive
Coal Center, PA 15423-9642
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Intermediate Unit 1 provides English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction to students in the twenty-five school districts in Fayette, Greene, and Washington Counties in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. English as a Second Language instruction is a part of the student's curriculum.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Children who exhibit communication disorders in articulation, voice, fluency, organic & neruological; as well as language dysfunction.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment. Referral from teacher or guidance counselor.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Environmental Council, Pennsylvania (Western Regional Office)


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Vision Statement: The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will be a model for implementing collaborative solutions to environmental protection and restoration. This success is built from the work of partners that recognize the inextricable links between the environment, the economy and our quality of life. Mission Statement: The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) protects and restores the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education and advocacy. PEC believes in the value of partnerships with the private sector, government, communities and individuals to improve the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Contributions


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.481.9400 - Phone
800.322.9214 - Tollfree
412.481.9401 - Fax

Web Addresses
www.pecpa.org

Primary Addresses
2124 Penn Avenue
Second Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Information & audio-visual programs on environmental issues. Services focus on the following issues: Policy & Advocacy, Education & Visioning and special projects related to Energy & Climate, Sustainable Communities and Water Resources.

The mission of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council improves quality of life for all Pennsylvanians by enhancing the Commonwealth's natural and built environments by integrating advocacy, education and implementation of community and regional action projects. The Council values reasoned and long-term approaches that include the interests of all stakeholders to accomplish its goals.

Available Hours
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M- F

Fees/Cost for Services
Most publications are free.

Eligibility Requirements
None

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Environmental Protection Agency Tip Line
EPA Tip Line


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Environmental Protection Agency

Legal Structure
Federal Government


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800-424-8802 - National Response Center for Emergencies

Web Addresses
www.epa.gov/

Primary Addresses
1650 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103-2029
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
The Environmental Protection Agency has implemented a tip line to report non-emergency suspicious activity related to oil and gas drilling. This tipline offers one central place where people can make sure their concerns are being addressed. Reports may be made anonymously.

In the event of an emergency, such as a spill or release of hazardous material (including oil) to the environment, citizens are advised to call the National Response Center at 1-800-424-8802.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services provided

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or email

Environmental Protection Department of, Pittsburgh Regional
DEP, PA


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Department of Environmental Protection's mission is to protect Pennsylvania's air, land and water from pollution and to provide for the health and safety of its citizens through a cleaner environment. We will work as partners with individuals, organizations, governments and businesses to prevent pollution and restore our natural resources.

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
State, fees and fines


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Susan Malone - Regional Director

Contact Number(s)
412.442.4000 - Emergency Response
412-442-4194 - Fax
412-442-4192 - Regional Director

Web Addresses
www.depweb.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/southwest_regional_office/13775

Primary Addresses
400 Waterfront Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Sales of required permits in the areas of water quality management, air quality control, solid and hazardous waste management, hazardous waste cleanup, surface mining, radiation protection, community sanitation, deep mine safety, oil and gas management.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. M-F; 24 hr. emergency services

Fees/Cost for Services
Free. Permits range in price from free to $5000, with some facilities requiring multiple permits.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
None for complaints. Complete & return applications for permit(s).

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write or walk-in


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Epilepsy Foundation of W. PA


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Epilepsy Foundation Western/Central Pennsylvania (EFWCP) leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy. We are dedicated to providing programs and services for the prevention, control, and community understanding of epilepsy/seizure disorders. Through innovative and nationally-recognized programs and services, public education, information, referral, employment training, advocacy, summer camp, community education events, seminars, and workshops, we endeavor to improve the quality of life for people who have epilepsy.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Private donations, grants & fundraisers.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412-322-5880 - Phone
800.361.5885 - Tollfree
412-322-7885 - Fax

E-mail(s)
staff@efwp.org

Web Addresses
www.efwp.org

Primary Addresses
Cardello Building
1501 Reedsdale Street
Suite 302
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
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Service Information

Service Area
Western and Central Pennsylvania

Service Description
Information and education for patients; referrals to other agencies; adult and parent self-help groups; individual and family/child support services; employment services including counseling, training, referrals and placement assistance; summer camp for children "Camp Frog"; community/school education; discount drug program; emergency prescription drug program; half-fare bus passes; advocacy

We provide public education and supportive services to individuals and families affected by epilepsy/seizure disorders.

Our primary goal is to support a life without compromise for all persons who have epilepsy or a seizure disorder.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F; 24-hour answering service.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free to minimal charge.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call; write.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Federal Government

Funding Sources
Federal


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Roosevelt Bryant - Acting Director

Contact Person(s)
Debra Lawrence - Regional Attorney

Contact Number(s)
1-800-669-4000 - General Inquiries
412-395-5749 - Fax
412-395-5904 - TTY

E-mail(s)
info@ask.eeoc.gov

Web Addresses
www.eeoc.gov

Primary Addresses
1000 Liberty Avenue
Suite 1112
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Investigates cases of discrimination in employment because of race, religion, age, sex, national origin and disability. The Commission enforces Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, The Age Discrimination in Employment Act, etc.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M - F (Walk-ins are taken 9:00 to 3:30 each day).

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Equitable Gas
Universal Services


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-654-6335
1-800-253-3928 - 24-Hr. Emergency Service

Web Addresses
www.equitablegas.com/eqtOnline/default.aspx?f=res

Primary Addresses
P. O. Box 6766
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
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Service Information

Service Area
SWPA

Service Description
Universal Service (low-income) programs can include: special payment arrangements and weatherization (non-emergency).

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Everest Institute


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
Fees; grants.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.261.4520 - Phone
412.261.4546 - Fax
888.223.8556 - Toll Free

Web Addresses
www.everest.edu/
www.everest.edu/campus/pittsburgh

Primary Addresses
100 Forbes Ave.
Suite 1200
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Specializes in business education programs ranging from 3 to 24 months. Secretarial (Executive and Legal); Accounting, Automated Financial Management; Court Reporting; Fashion Merchandising; Word Processing; Medical Assistance; Computer Programming.

The mission of Everest is to provide quality job-relevant career training, designed to prepare men and women of all ages to enter, prosper in, and meet the needs of the employment community.

Available Hours
CAMPUS HOURS Mon - Thu: 8:30 am to 8 pm Fri: 9 am to 5 pm Sat: 10 am to 4 pm Sun: Closed

Fees/Cost for Services
Vary

Eligibility Requirements
G.E.D. or High School diploma.

Required Documentation
G.E.D. or High School diploma.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Ewing Manor Personal Care Home


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Joyce Ewing - Owner

Contact Number(s)
724-627-5797

Primary Addresses
414 Jefferson Rd,
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Personal Care Home

Fees/Cost for Services
Call for details

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call

Ewing Manor West


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Joyce Ewing - Owner

Contact Number(s)
724-499-5891

Primary Addresses
3274 W. Roy Furman Highway
Rogersville, PA 15359
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Personal Care Home

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
CAll

Eye Institute, WVU


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the West Virginia University Eye Institute is to restore vision and prevent blindness by providing state-of-the-art medical and sugical eye care, finding new treatments through research, providing education for everyone involved in eye care, rehabilitation for those who have lost vision and community outreach to identify and treat eye disease.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fees


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
304-598-6925 - Phone
304.598.4820 - Appointments for Patients
800.842.3627 - Tollfree
304-598-6938 - Fax
800-982-8242 - WVU Health Line (after hours, weekends, holidays)

Web Addresses
medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/eye/

Primary Addresses
Eye Institute
1 Medical Center Drive
P. O. Box 9193
Morgantown, WV, PA 26506
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Offers a full range of eye care services including comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fitting, low vision evaluation and rehabilitation, laser vision correction, and subspecialty medical and surgical treatment. The physicians are Board certified and many have completed fellowships in specialized areas of ophthalmology. Also, there is a well stocked optical shop conveniently located inside the clinic area.

Available Hours
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M - F; 24 hr. emergency

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
Medical card, insurance card

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment. Referrals accepted from other health care provi


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

EyeCare America


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Our mission is to reduce avoidable blindness and severe visual impairment by raising awareness about eye disease and care, providing free eye health educational materials and facilitating access to medical eye care.

History of Organization
Founded in 1985, EyeCare America is a public service foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Corporations and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
877-887-6327 - Phone

E-mail(s)
pubserv@aao.org

Web Addresses
www.eyecareamerica.org/eyecare/about/index.cfm#our-staff
for online referral visit our webpage

Primary Addresses
655 Beach St.
P.O. Box 7424
San Francisco, CA 94109
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
In addition to our online educational materials, we offer multiple eye care programs for which individuals may qualify. Callers will be asked a series of questions to determine the program that provides the most appropriate eye care services. Programs include: Seniors EyeCare Program 1-800-222-EYES (3937) AMD EyeCare Program 1-800-324-EYES (3937) Diabetes EyeCare Program 1-800-272-EYES (3937) Glaucoma EyeCare Program 1-800-391-EYES (3937) Children's EyeCare Program 1-877-887-6327

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 12NOON PST M - F

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Fairall United Methodist Church


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Other


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jacob Judy - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.627.9575 - Phone

Primary Addresses
583 White Barn Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Fairgrounds, Greene County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
County of Greene

Legal Structure
Local Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jake Blaker - Director

Contact Person(s)
Mario Barchiesi - Recreation Facilities Manager

Contact Number(s)
724-852-5323
724-852-5356 - Fax
724-852-5326 - Maintenance Building

Web Addresses
www.co.greene.pa.us/secured/gc2/depts/rec/fairgrounds.htm

Primary Addresses
Greene County Fairgrounds
107 Fairgrounds Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Acts as a caretaker of the county fairgrounds and performs maintenance functions such as cutting the grass and painting the buildings.

Fairgrounds are used for various purposes throughout the year, such as: the annual Greene County Fair each August, the Farmer's Market (Sat. during the summer & fall), flea market on Tue. starting April 1st to the fall, 4th of July activities, horse shows, dog shows, 4-H activities, auctions and many other cultural and community events. Buildings are available on a rental basis for parties and showers.

Available Hours
7:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. Monday - Friday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies.

Eligibility Requirements
Any interested individuals.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Fairview United Methodist Church



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724-428-3610

Primary Addresses
331 Poland Run Rd
RD #1 Box 55B
Graysville, PA 15337
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Faith Baptist Church


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
Other


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Ed Peirce - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.627.8517 - Phone

Primary Addresses
297 Pipers Ridge Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370-
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Family Based Services (Pressley Ridge)
FBMHS


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
To improve the adjustment and achievement of children and youth with challenging behaviors through effective programs that focus on all aspects of their lives. To lead in the development of innovative programming through evaluation, research and outcome measurement. To champion initiatives to improve the system of care of children/youth and their families.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Insurance Fees


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jane Wintz, MSW - Executive Director in PA

Contact Number(s)
724.627.4777 - Waynesburg Office
724.627.5948 - Waynesburg Fax
(888) 777-0820 - Pressley Ridge Central Admissions
(724) 225-4400 - Washington Office
(724) 225-6520 - Washington Fax

Web Addresses
www.pressleyridge.org
http://www.pressleyridge.com/services/community-based-services/pittsburgh/family-based-mental-health-services/

Primary Addresses
95 E. High St.
Suite 103
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Additional Addresses
2055 Jefferson Avenue
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Family Based Services are designed to meet the distinct needs of families and their children to enable them to stay together. A wide range of interventions is available, in which families learn to manage everyday problems and acquire the skills they need to maintain the integrity of their family.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M-F; Services available 24/7.

Fees/Cost for Services
There are no fees to families who participate in this service. This service is reimbursable by Medical Assistance, behavioral health managed care companies, and/or the county government.

Eligibility Requirements
The Family-Based Program serves children and adolescents who are seriously emotionally disturbed. In addition, our children are those who are at the highest risk of a psychiatric hospitalization or out-of-home placement. ***Children with mental health diagnoses from preschool age through adolescence (up to age 21 if they are still in school) ***Child or adolescent that has a mental illness or emotional disturbance and is at risk of out-of-home placement, such as in-patient psychiatric care, residential, or foster care ***Child that is typically involved in one or more of the child-serving systems Due to the program’s family focus, at least one adult member of the child’s household must agree to actively participate. The family must be available for frequent home visits.

Required Documentation
Insurance, referral source; psych evaluation.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Family Behavioral Resources
FBR



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.438.4960
724.229.0311

E-mail(s)
uniontown@familybehavioralresources.com

Web Addresses
www.familybehavioralresources.com/locations.php?loc_id=10

Primary Addresses
8 Oliver Rd. Oliver Square suite 116
Uniontown, PA 15401
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Additional Addresses
90 West Chestnut Street
Millcraft Center, Suite 110LL
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County and Fayette

Service Description
Family Behavioral Resources addresses behavioral, emotional, and autistic spectrum disorders and a psychologist or a physician must determine the services are medically necessary.

The goal of the therapy, conducted by either a therapeutic staff support, mobile therapist, or a behavioral specialist consultant, is to keep the child living with the family.

Therapeutic staff support works directly with the child implementing the treatment plan; a mobile therapist works with the child and the family while addressing the issue that affect the behaviors, and a behavioral specialist develops the treatment plan and supervises the case.

Specialize in services to meet the needs of those persons with autism.

Available Hours
Monday through Friday: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible for services, a family must be eligible for medical assistance. Wrap around services are for persons 21 years and younger.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Family Caregiver Support Program


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
SPHS Area Agency on Aging

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-537-2424 - Protective Services Hotline
1-888-300-2704, ext. 4418 - Toll Free
724-489-8080 - Timothy A. Landrin (Long-Term Care)

E-mail(s)
contact@swpa-aaa

Web Addresses
www.swpa-aaa.org

Primary Addresses
305 Chamber Plaza
Charleroi, PA 15022
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Based on the financial situation of the family household the Caregiver is eligible to receive financial assitance for : respite care services (within & outside the home); domestic services; counseling services; purchase of caregiver supplies not covered by Medicare, Medicaid or other third party payors and adapting the home to ease the burden and stress of caregiving.

The Family Caregiver Support Program is designed to provide assistance to persons caring for an older family member. This is done through family centered benefits counseling, caregiver education, linking caregivers with care providers and limited financial assistance for the purchase of items and services needed to enhance the caregiver role.

Once a referral is made, an assessor will visit the home and complete an assessment of caregiver needs, care recipient needs and the home environment.

Fees/Cost for Services
none

Eligibility Requirements
Services are available to residents of Fayette, Greene, and Washington Counties. Services are available to those who are age 60 or older and those who are age 18 or older living with disabilities. Referrals may be made to the Area Agency on Aging Information and Assistance Unit at 1-800-734-9603 or by sending an email to referral@swpa-aaa.org.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Family Literacy Program


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Bowlby Public Library

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Kathy McClure - Administrator

Contact Number(s)
724.852.1900 - Fax
724.627.9776 - Phone

E-mail(s)
reference@windstream.net- Reference Desk
Bowlbyliteracy@gmail.com

Web Addresses
www.evakbowlby.org

Primary Addresses
311 N. West Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Greene County

Service Description
Bowlby Public Library is offering FREE tutoring for children and youth. Focus now on difficult subjects (reading, writing, and math) in a relaxed atmosphere Available meeting times are as follows: Monday and Wednesday: 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM Tuesday and Thursday: 3:30 PM - 6:30 PM

After-School Tutoring Program: The After School Literacy program assists students with their homework along with specialized tutoring in any subject. Bowlby Public Library provides children and teens with the learning materials they need such as workbooks, computers, educational software, and learning games. Care is taken to match the tutor to your child’s learning needs. Sessions are 60 - 75 minutes and packed with learning fun!

Adult Literacy Program: It isn't just about teaching adults to read, we also help individuals study for tests such as the G.E.D., teach important form-filling skills, and can even help those who want to go back to school. We are also pleased to be able to offer assistance to adults who may wish to improve their reading and math skills. Appointments are available to fit most schedules. Register by calling Family Literacy at 724-627-9776

Bowlby's Family Literacy offers FREE SAT preparation classes several times a year in the weeks preceding actual test dates. Designed to cover troublesome math, language, and writing concepts, each course consists of three 4-hour sessions. For upcoming class dates or to register, contact Family Literacy at 724-627-9776.

Foreign Language Learners can receive FREE one-on-one tutoring at Bowlby Public Libary or use Mango Languages online via the internet. Whether you need to learn English as a second language or wish to study another language for work or travel abroad, Family Literacy can help you achieve your goal. Contact us at 724-627-9776 for more information.

Available Hours
After-school and by appointment

Fees/Cost for Services
All services are free.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write, or come to the library.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Family Medicine


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Washington Hospital

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Fees; accepts most insurances


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Jeffrey Francis Minteer, M.D. - Program Director

Contact Number(s)
(724) 223-3100 - Washington Office
(724) 223-3353 - Washington Fax

Web Addresses
www.washingtonhospital.org/services/family_medicine/index.php

Primary Addresses
95 Leonard Ave, Building 2
Suite 200
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Description
The Washington Hospital Family Medicine Centers are designed to provide you with quality, family-oriented, primary care at convenient locations. General health examinations, minor emergencies, accidents, acute and chronic illnesses, as well as obstetrical and pediatric care, are handled routinely. The Family Medicine Centers are staffed by board-certified family practice physicians and family practice residents who are committed to providing high quality family medical care.

Available Hours
The office is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for appointment


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Family Resource Parenting WARMLINE
WARMLINE


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Family Resources

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Private foundations, corporations, United Way, voluntary health organ.


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
800.641.4546 - Phone
412.641.4546 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.familyresourcesofpa.org

Primary Addresses
141 S. Highland Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
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Service Information

Service Area
SW Pennsylvania

Service Description
Telephone counseling and advice on such nonmedical topics as child development, sleep disruptions, discipline, and toilet training. Another service division offers training for staff and parent education/support programs.

Available Hours
9:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. M - F; 1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M. Sat. & Sun.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free materials; speakers available (call for fees)

Eligibility Requirements
Parents of children ages Birth to 12 years, but any parent/grandparent/kinship caregiver may call.

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Training program

FamilyLinks (Pittsburgh)


Organizational Information

History of Organization
Both the Parent & Child Guidance Center and The Whale's Tale were originally formed (PCGC in 1956; TWT in 1970) with similar family-based visions of providing a comprehensive and long-term approach to troubled children, adults and families. The agencies had their own approaches to reaching children and families: one had involuntary admissions and street-level services; the other had voluntary admissions and in-office services. Starting in the late 1990s, these organizations began independently to seek out a partner that could complement and supplement their programs. From a client perspective, a merger of the two agencies would result in the most comprehensive collection of prevention, intervention and rehabilitation services for Western Pennsylvania's residents. From an agency perspective, a merger would mean that the two agencies were able to build capacity, eliminate duplicate services and consolidate two administrations into one. In 2001, the agency served 32,316 clients, providing 537,046 professional hours and 74,682 bed days through five major service areas: Substance Abuse Services Community Services Residential Services Mental Health Services Mental Retardation Services Today, FamilyLinks is a non-profit social service agency that provides mental health and mental retardation programs, youth and family development programs, adult community services, alcohol and other drug treatment, and school-based prevention services to children, families and individuals throughout southwestern Pennsylvania.

Affiliations
Bloomfield Garfield Corporation Provides youth and family prevention and after-school services. Children's Hospital Collaboration on Family Support Centers to ensure prevention/counseling services and health care to abused, homeless youth. Operation Nehemiah Collaboration to provide mental health services in group homes. Child Watch Collaboration to mobilize community leaders to solve children's problems. Consumer Action & Response Team (CART) FamilyLinks proudly joins with Consumer Action & Response Team of Allegheny County (CART) in our ongoing efforts to improve the quality of our services for Allegheny County residents. CART is an independent project intended to improve services by helping consumers communicate with their service providers. Results of CARTs efforts with FamilyLinks consumers are available upon request.

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Frederick Massey Jr. - CEO

Contact Number(s)
412.343.7166
866.583.6003

Web Addresses
www.familylinks.org

Primary Addresses
2644 Banksville Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
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Service Information

Service Area
Southwestern PA

Service Description
There are five major service areas: Substance Abuse Services, Community Services, Residential Services, Mental Health Services and Mental Retardation Services. Today, FamilyLinks is a non-profit social service agency that provides mental health and mental retardation programs, youth and family development programs, adult community services, alcohol and other drug treatment, and school-based prevention services to children, families and individuals throughout southwestern Pennsylvania.

Available Hours
9:00 to 5:00, Monday through Friday


Miscellaneous Information

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Farm Service Agency
FSA


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
US Department of Agriculture

Legal Structure
Federal Government


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Michal Kunsman - County Executive Director (serves Greene)
michal.kunsman@pa.usda.gov

Contact Number(s)
724- 222-3060 ext 2

Web Addresses
www.fsa.usda.gov/FSA/stateoffapp?mystate=pa&area=home&subject=landing&topic=landing/

Primary Addresses
1 Credit Union Place
Suite 320
Harrisburg, PA 17110
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Additional Addresses
2800 North Main Street
Suite 1
Washington, PA 15301
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania (Washington County office serves Greene County).

Service Description
Programs to support the American farmer, rancher and consumer include: Conservation, Disaster Assistance, Energy, Farm Loans, Financial Management, Laws & Regulations, Price Support, Outreach and Education.

Available Hours
8 AM to 4:30 PM Monday - Friday

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Fayette County Area Vocational School


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The mission of the Fayette County Area Vocational Technical School is to prepare students for successful careers.

Legal Structure
School District

Funding Sources
Fees; grants.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Edward Jeffreys - Director
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ejeffreys@fayettevo-tech.org

Contact Person(s)
Tina Palko - Secretary
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Contact Number(s)
724.437.2721 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.fayettevo-tech.org

Primary Addresses
175 Georges Fairchance Road
Uniontown, PA 15401
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Service Information

Service Area
Washington/Greene/Fayette

Service Description
Courses include: Auto Body I; Carpentry; Masonry; Culinary Arts; Graphic Arts; Design Drafting; Health Occupations (Nurse Assistant, Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant, Home Health Aide, EKG Technician, Unit/Ward Clerk).

Available Hours
Classes vary.

Fees/Cost for Services
Vary

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone interested.

Required Documentation
High School Diploma or G.E.D.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call for information.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Fayette Institute of Commerce & Technology


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
For-profit entity

Funding Sources
Fees


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Stephen M. Priselac - Director

Contact Number(s)
724.438.4568 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.fict.com

Primary Addresses
45 West Kerr Street
PO Box 136
Uniontown, PA 15401
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Service Information

Service Area
Tri-state area

Service Description
Vocational training programs to prepare students for entry-level positions. Several diploma programs are currently offered. "The Electronic Office," 1380 hrs. divided into 12 courses designed for persons with little or no computer knowledge and a diploma for Maintenance Electricity.

Available Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
Varies by length of program. Accepts 3rd party payments such as J.T.P.A. Financial aid available.

Eligibility Requirements
Unemployed or underemployed adults.

Required Documentation
GED. Completed application.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write, walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Federal Citizen Information Center
First Gov


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
US General Services Administration

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
At the U.S. government's official web portal, USA.gov makes it easy for the public to get U.S. government information and services on the web. USA.gov also serves as the catalyst for a growing electronic government.

Legal Structure
Federal Government

Funding Sources
Federal


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
1-800-333-4636 - Phone

Web Addresses
www.USA.gov

Primary Addresses
Office of Citizen Services & Communications
Suite G-142
1800 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20405
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Answers questions about services provided by the federal government. Directs callers to the correct federal agency. Provides addresses and telephone numbers. Replies to mail inquiries.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. Closed for Federal Holidays

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or write


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
Yes

Federal Communications Commission
FCC


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Federal Communications Commission regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. It was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and operates as an independent U.S. government agency overseen by Congress. The commission is committed to being a responsive, efficient and effective agency capable of facing the technological and economic opportunities of the new millennium. In its work, the agency seeks to capitalize on its competencies in: Promoting competition, innovation, and investment in broadband services and facilities; Supporting the nation’s economy by ensuring an appropriate competitive framework for the unfolding of the communications revolution; Encouraging the highest and best use of spectrum domestically and internationally; Revising media regulations so that new technologies flourish alongside diversity and localism; Providing leadership in strengthening the defense of the nation’s communications infrastructure.

History of Organization
The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and is charged with regulating interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions.

Legal Structure
Federal Government

Funding Sources
Federal


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
888-835-5322 - TTY
888-418-0232 - Fax
888.225.5322 - Tollfree

E-mail(s)
fccinfo@fcc.gov

Web Addresses
www.fcc.gov

Primary Addresses
445 12th Street SW
Washington, DC 20554
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
There are six operating Bureaus and ten Staff Offices. Responsibilities include: processing applications for licenses; analyzing complaints; conducting investigations; developing & implementing regulatory programs and taking part in hearings.

This agency regulates AM, FM radio and television broadcast stations as well as Multipoint Distribution such as cable and satellite.

The Wireless Telecommunications Bureau oversees cellular phones, pagers and two-way radios.

The Wireline Competition Bureau is responsible for rules & policies concerning telephone companies that provide interstate telecommunications services.

The regional office for our area is located in Philadelphia: FCC, One Oxford Valley Office Building Room 404, 2300 E. Lincoln Highway, Langhorne, PA 19047

FCC will handle questions concerning the Digital TV Transition (DTV). Call their toll free number for assistance.

Available Hours
8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone in need of services

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First Assembly of God (Waynesburg)



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Frank Nemeth - Lead Pastor

Justin Rhodes - Worship Pastor

Contact Person(s)
Jonathan Ferrara - Youth Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.627.5356 - Phone

E-mail(s)
pastornemeth@windstream.net

Web Addresses
www.waynesburgfirstassembly.org/#/welcome

Primary Addresses
4131 W. Roy Furman Highway
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First Baptist Church of Carmichaels



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Kenneth Summers - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.966.2418 - Phone

Primary Addresses
775 S Eighty Eight Rd
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
In Business Since 1854 Additional Information A Spirit Filled American Baptist Church, Sunday Bible College Class 8:45 am, Sunday School For All Ages 9:30 am, Sunday Worship 10:30 am


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First Baptist Church of Dunkard



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.324.5493 - Phone

Primary Addresses
106 Power Plant Rd
Dilliner, PA 15327
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First Baptist Church of Waynesburg



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Rev. Phillip Elliott - Pastor

Contact Person(s)
David Majewski - Director of Youth Ministries

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6444 - Phone
724-627-6244 - Fax

E-mail(s)
fbcwaynesburg@aol.com

Web Addresses
http://www.fbcwaynesburg.org/

Primary Addresses
303 West High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
The church provides vibrant worship and music; well-rounded programs for children, youth, and adults; quality Sunday School classes for all ages; significant community ministries; well-maintained buildings and grounds; and a friendly, caring fellowship.

The Church is a place to worship, learn, serve, and belong where God is present, love is felt, and lives are touched.

The Church is handicapped accessible and equipped with an elevator. Worship services are signed for the hearing impaired.

"Kids of the King" is a special program offered to children grades K through 5 from 6 PM to 7:45 PM on Wednesdays at the church. Activities include Bible stories, crafts, music, games snacks and field trips. This program is free and open to the public.

Available Hours
Church services are on Sunday at 8:20 and 10:45, Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. and youth groups at 6:30.

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First Christian Church, Carmichaels



Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.966.5174 - Phone

Primary Addresses
235 S. Market Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First Christian Church, Waynesburg



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Mike Hasselbring - Minister

Contact Number(s)
724-627-0546 - Fax
724-627-5355

E-mail(s)
wbgchristian@windstream.net

Web Addresses
www.wbgchristian.com/

Primary Addresses
P.O. Box 191
(Corner of Morris & Franklin Streets)
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First Presbyterian Church


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The purpose of the First Presbyterian Church is "to glorify the Almighty God as we bring people to Jesus Christ, welcome them into our Christian family, nurture one another to Christ-like maturity, and equip members for their ministry and mission in the world."


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
William Sukolsky - Pastor
bsukolsky@hotmail.com

Contact Number(s)
724.627.6006 - Phone

E-mail(s)
wbgprsby@windstream.net

Web Addresses
firstpreswbg.com

Primary Addresses
169 West College St.
P. O. Box 446
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First United Methodist Church of Carmichaels



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Pastor Bruce Judy

Contact Number(s)
724.966.7123 - Phone

E-mail(s)
cfumc1@windstream.net

Primary Addresses
104 W. South Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

First United Methodist Church of Waynesburg



Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
Gary Grau - Pastor

Contact Number(s)
724.627.5951 - Phone

E-mail(s)
firstumcpa@windstream.net

Web Addresses
www.waynesburgfirst.org/

Primary Addresses
112 N. Richhill Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Fish and Boat Commission


Organizational Information

Legal Structure
State Government

Funding Sources
Federal grants, sales of fishing licenses & boating registrations.


Contact Information

Key Leader(s)
John A. Arway - Executive Director

Contact Number(s)
814-445-8974 - Southwest Region Law Enforcement
866-262-8734 - Boat Registration / Titling
888-723-4741 - Boating Safety Education Courses
877-707-4085 - Fishing Licenses
824-443-9841 - Southwest Region Education Department
814-445-3497 - Fax for Southwest Region
855-347-4545 - Pollution Hotline

E-mail(s)
ra-swedureach@state.pa.us- Southwest Region

Web Addresses
www.fish.state.pa.us.

Primary Addresses
1601 Elmerton Avenue
P O Box 67000
Harrisburg, PA 17106-7000
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Additional Addresses
236 Lake Road
Somerset, PA 15501
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Service Information

Service Area
Pennsylvania Southwest Region covers the following counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland.

Service Description
Sets rules and regulations governing fishing and boating in and on all inland and boundary waters of PA. Manages and protects the state's aquatic resources. Mandated with protecting reptiles, amphibians, and salamanders and their habitats.

Available Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. M -F

Eligibility Requirements
Anyone

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call, write, fax


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
Generally through PennServe, Scouting and 4H Clubs

Flenniken Public Library


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
The Flenniken Public Library provides equal access to information and programming for the entire community. It provides opportunities for intellectual, economic, and social growth with a special emphasis on literacy skills.

History of Organization
The Flenniken Library was started in 1946 by the Carmichaels-Cumberland Women's Civic Club. It was first located in the basement of the first National Bank in Carmichaels, now Community Bank. In 1959, the will of Earl T. Flenniken provided a sum of money to be used for a library in memory of his parents, William F. and Mary A. Flenniken. The library purchased the Werner Lund propery near the square and remodeled the large brick mansion. The opening was May 1, 1961. In 1972, the first floor of the building was expanded. In 1976, the Bowlby and Flenniken libraries combined to form the Greene County Library System. In 1982, an addition was built for a conference room and children's library. The library is now part of WAGGIN, a consortium of libraries in Washington, Greene, and Fayette counties that provides access to materials in all participating libraries and a unified online catalog.

Affiliations
Greene County Library System; Washington Public Library District; Commonwealth Libraries of Pennsylvania

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
724.966-9511 - FAX
724.966.5263 - Phone

E-mail(s)
flennikenlibrary@yahoo.com

Web Addresses
www.flenniken.org

Primary Addresses
102 E. George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Homework Help: On-site volunteers will help students find resources for homework.

Literacy skills

Tutoring -- Mondays when school is in session 4 to 7 p.m. with students from Waynesburg University for grades K through 12. Walk-ins and appointments welcome.

Preschool Story Hour: Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m. for ages 3 and up. Children hear stories, do action games, learn new concepts, etc.

Toddler Time: Fridays at 11:00. Half an hour of stories, action games, and play time.

Information, Internet access, Early Literacy, Summer Reading Program, Books, Audiobooks, Programs, Tutoring

Available Hours
10 AM to 7 PM Monday through Thursday; 10 AM to 5 PM Friday and 10 AM to 3 PM on Saturday.

Fees/Cost for Services
Free

Eligibility Requirements
Must be at least 5 years of age to get a library card.

Required Documentation
Proof of address; driver's license; checkbook; mail addressed at your residence or PO BOX.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or visit the library, visit website www.flenniken.org.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Volunteer Description
College students and others interested in helping children with homework and/or adults with computer skills training, shelving materials, or developing programs, digitizing local history materials.

Food & Drug Administration
FDA


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
US Department of Health & Human Services

Legal Structure
Federal Government

Funding Sources
Federal


Contact Information

Contact Number(s)
412.644.3394 - Pittsburgh Office
1-888-SAFEFOOD - Food Safety
888-463-6332 - Main number for general inquiries

Web Addresses
www.fda.gov

Primary Addresses
10903 New Hampshire Avenue
Silver Springs, MD 20993-0002
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Additional Addresses
7 Parkway Center
Room 390
Parkway Center, PA 15220-
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Service Information

Service Area
USA

Service Description
Enforces federal regulations and laws to prevent the disbribution of misbranded or adulterated products including: food, drugs, medical devices, cosmetics and veterinary.

Available Hours
7:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. M - F

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
None

Required Documentation
None

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
No

Volunteer Use
No

Volunteer Need
No

Food Pantry, Aleppo-Richhill Townships


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Fern Weaver - 724-499-5095

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Graysville Fire Hall
3rd Wednesday 1 PM - 3 PM
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Additional Addresses
881 Rolling Meadows Rd
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantry serves Aleppo & Richhill Townships (including the towns of Aleppo, Crabapple, Enlow, Higbee, Mc Cracken, Morford, Ryerson Station, Bristoria, Enon and Wind Ridge). Food is distributed on a monthly basis to eligible residents who have registered for the program. In addition to the regular distribution, the volunteer coordinator also responds to emergency food requests.

Available Hours
3RD WEDNESDAY 1PM - 3PM

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Income of 150% below federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Proof of income & residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Food Pantry, Center Township


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Mary Herrick
724-499-5037

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Rogersville Fire Hall
3rd Monday 10 AM - 11 AM
Rogersville, PA 15359
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantry serves Center Township (including the towns of Holbrook, Oak Forest, Rogersville, and Rutan. Food is distributed on a monthly basis to eligible residents who have registered for the program. In addition to the regular distributions, the volunteer coordinator also responds to emergency food requests.

Available Hours
3rd Monday 10 AM - 11 AM

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Income of 150% below federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Proof of income & residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Food Pantry, Cumberland Township


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Terry Trackemas
724-231-7610

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Carmichaels United Methodist Fellowship Hall
3rd Thursday 9 AM - 11 AM
Carmichaels, PA 15320
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantry serves North Cumberland Township (including the towns of Carmichaels, Crucible & Khedive). Food is distributed on a monthly basis to eligible residents who have registered for the program. In addition to the regular distributions, the volunteer coordinator also responds to emergency food requests.

Available Hours
3rd Thursday 9 AM - 11 AM

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Income of 150% below federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Proof of income & residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Food Pantry, Dunkard Township


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
John Martz
443-695-4073

Dale Richter
724-324-2218

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Shannopin Civic Building
2nd Tuesday 10 AM - Noon
Bobtown, PA 15315
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantry serves Dunkard Township (including the towns of Bobtown, Davistown, Dilliner, Dunkard, Newtown & Taylortown). Food is distributed on a monthly basis to eligible residents who have registered for the program. In addition to the regular distribution, the volunteer coordinator also responds to emergency food requests.

Available Hours
2nd Tuesday 10 AM - Noon

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Income of 150% below federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Proof of income & residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Food Pantry, Franklin Township/Wbg. Boro


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Jessica
724-627-9784

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Greene County Fairgrounds
107 Fairgrounds Road
4th Thursday 9 AM - 11 AM
Waynesburg, PA 15370
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantry serves the Franklin Township and Waynesburg. Food is distributed on a monthly basis to eligible residents who have registered for the program. In addition to the regular distributions, the volunteer coordinator also responds to emergency food requests.

Available Hours
4th Thursday 9 AM - 11 AM

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Income of 150% below federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Proof of income & residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Food Pantry, Jackson Township


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Fern Weaver
724-499-5095

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Jackson Township Building
2nd Tuesday 6 PM - 8 PM
Holbrook, PA 15341
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantry serves the Jackson Township (including the towns of Delphine, Nettle Hill & White Cottage). Food is distributed on a monthly basis to eligible residents who have registered for the program. In addition to the regular distributions, the volunteer coordinator respond to emergency food requests.

Available Hours
2nd Tuesday 6 PM - 8 PM

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Income of 150% below federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Proof of income & residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Food Pantry, Jefferson-Morgan Townships


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
George Nutt
724-966-7532

Patty Bane
724-592-5538

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Baptist Church, Jefferson
3rd Wednesday Noon - 2 PM
Jefferson, PA 15344
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantry serves Jefferson & Morgan townships (including the towns of Chartiers, Clarksville, Dry Tavern, Jefferson, Lippincott, Mather & Rices Landing). Food is distributed on a regular monthly basis to eligible residents who have registered for the program. In addition to the regular distributions, the volunteer coordinator also responds to emergency food requests.

Available Hours
3rd Wednesday Noon - 2 PM

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Income of 150% below federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Proof of income & residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Food Pantry, Monongahela-Greene Townships


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Kathy Phillips
724-943-4904

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Mapletown United Methodist Church
3rd Monday 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Greensboro, PA 15338
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantry serves Monongahela & Greene townships (including the towns of Fordyce, Garards Fort, Grays Landing, Greensboro, Mapletown and Poland Mines). Food is distributed on a monthly basis to eligible residents who have registered for the program. In addition tothe regular distributions, the volunteer coordinator also responds to emergency food requests.

Available Hours
3rd Monday 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Fees/Cost for Services
None

Eligibility Requirements
Income of 150% below federal poverty guidelines.

Required Documentation
Proof of income & residency.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
Call or walk-in.


Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available
Yes

Volunteer Use
Yes

Volunteer Need
Yes

Food Pantry, Springhill-Freeport Townships


Organizational Information

Parent Organization
Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Legal Structure
Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources
Federal, state, donations and fundraising.


Contact Information

Contact Person(s)
Barb Cunningham
724-447-2082

Contact Number(s)
724-627-9784 - Corner Cupboard Food Bank

Primary Addresses
Springhill Township Building
2nd Thursday 9 AM - 11 AM
New Freeport, PA 15352
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Service Information

Service Area
Sub-area/Greene

Service Description
Food pantr