Adelphoi is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to providing a continuum of quality services to children, youth and families. Headquartered in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, the agency offers exemplary and affordable human services programs that assist persons in need from over 60 counties. Established in 1971 as a single group home for troubled boys, the agency has expanded into an extensive network of community-based programs and services to over 950 boys and girls and their families on a daily basis.
Adelphoi offers a Career Readiness Program that includes various Career Preparation tracks including Culinary Arts, Small Engine Repair, Computer Technology, Horticulture, Emergency Medical Response and Auto Detailing.
The program is structured to include up to 40 youth per year. Students are selected from among the 200 students in residential placement who attend school at Adelphoi’s main campus in Latrobe, Westmoreland County.
Latrobe, Westmoreland County
Shelter Programs provide 24-hour care for dependent or delinquent youth in need of crisis intervention or temporary care in a community-based setting. This short-term 30-day program meets all of the youth's needs by establishing a safe, comfortable, nurturing environment.
Adelphoi also offers a Continued Care Program, which is a 1-15 day
maximum extension of shelter care to any youth who has reached their 30th day of care in order to facilitate the movement of the youth to
available at most residential facilities
Miller Home is a community-based program for males ages 12 through 18 where youth can receive various levels of diagnostic services and/or shelter care, along with several short term treatment modalities and education.
Miller Home - Apollo, Armstrong County
The Substance Abuse Treatment Program is a non-hospital-based group home aimed at teaching youth alternatives to chemical use.
Licensed by the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs, the program provides a staff-secure environment for youth that have identified problems with substance abuse.
The average length of stay is 6 to 10 months.
Monastery Run - Latrobe, Westmoreland County
The Sex Offender Treatment Program provides a holistic approach for youth who have committed sexual offenses.
Treatment is individualized to help the youth with past sexual victimization, family dynamics and other problems specific to the youth.
Benet Home – Unity Township, Westmoreland County
Hall Home – Jeannette, Westmoreland County
La Sa Quik – Cogan’s Station, Lycoming County
Raphael House – Derry Township, Westmoreland County
Vincent Home – Unity Township, Westmoreland County
Williams House – Duncansville, Blair County
ISGH programs provide community-style living to chronically delinquent or dependent youth who cannot be placed in a general community-based group home. A staff-secure environment provides 24-hour visual supervision, seven days a week.
Core treatment modalities in these facilities include Reality Therapy/Choice Theory, Group Counseling, Contingency Contracting and Child Management.
Alliance House – Connellsville, Fayette County
Anchor House – Connellsville, Fayette County
Colony Home – Derry Township, Westmoreland County
Greystone House – Jenner Township, Somerset County
Sweeney Home – Latrobe, Westmoreland County
Intensive Supervision Group Home – Mental Health Focus provides more intensive counseling and treatment to clients who are dependent or delinquent and coping with a mental health diagnosis.
The program focus is to provide education and support for the mental health diagnosis while allowing the client to take responsibility for their daily actions, and develop and practice coping skills and general life skills.
Marker Home – Derry Township, Westmoreland County
Susan’s Place – Derry Township, Westmoreland County
The Specialized Independent Living Program (SIL) provides care to youth who have been released from alternative-to-secure or secure placement and are in need of independent living skills while receiving minimal supervision.
Youth in the SIL Program may attend one of the local public high schools, colleges or trade schools. They also have the opportunity to earn their GED, if desired. Youth participate in the SIL Program for an average of 4-6 months.
Ducansville, Blair County
Secure Treatment Facilities are designed to serve adjudicated delinquent youth who have committed serious or chronic offenses, are aggressive runaway risks, or display other serious delinquent behaviors.
Youth committed to this program have usually had prior contact with the court system and may have had several prior placements. They are most often lacking the internal controls necessary to cope in an open setting, thus requiring a secure environment.
Middle Creek Male - Unity Township, Westmoreland County
Middle Creek Female - Unity Township, Westmoreland County
Middle Creek SO - Unity Township, Westmoreland County
For youth who have been released from alternative-to-secure or secure placement, or a Specialized Independent Living Program and are in need of independent living skills while receiving reduced supervision.
Adelphoi provides Kinship Care Services to determine whether a potential kin caregiver’s home is a safe placement for youth remanded to the child welfare system.
Adelphoi offers two types of services:
Adoptive families are the answer to many children’s prayers. Adoptive families provide permanent loving homes for children whose biological parents can’t or won’t care for them.
Adelphoi Village’s foster care program, a premier provider of foster care
services in Southwestern PA, offers these children with a stable, structured environment, ensuring their physical and emotional safety while they are away from their families.
Through ongoing training and support, Adelphoi Village provides foster parents with the tools necessary to deal with situations they may encounter along the way.
Multisystemic Therapy (MST) is a time-limited, intensive family intervention intended to stabilize the living arrangement, promote reunification, or prevent and reduce the utilization of out-of-home therapeutic resources.
The Family Preservation Program is offered to families who are dealing with abuse, neglect and at-risk children. The program takes an intervention approach that surrounds youth and families with customized services to prevent out-of-home placement and assist in expedited reunification.
High Fidelity Wraparound is a team-based, collaborative process for developing and implementing individualized care plans for children with behavioral health challenges and their families.
In this program, each family is assigned a facilitator and a family support partner who will help them identify goals and develop an individualized plan to meet the family’s identified goals.
The primary goal of the Family Advocacy and Support Program is to bring families through a strength-focused process that will help them reach their desired goals, whether that is related to parent/child advocacy or parent mentor support.
The PTSD services program offers extensive PTSD and trauma-related
behavioral interventions that are used throughout the state of
Pennsylvania in treating PTSD in adolescents.
Interventions such as workbooks, art therapy, journaling, and the Pennsylvania Residential Treatment Curriculum are used to assist with decreasing the severity, frequency, and duration of symptoms experienced by the client.
The Sex Offender In-Home Services Program provides sex offense counseling to youth who have either been adjudicated on a sex offense, had an indicated sexual abuse investigation, or self-admission of a sexual offense but have been determined as safe to remain in their home.
A psychosocial assessment and sexual history assessment is conducted, as well as a family assessment and home study.
The Partial Program is a school-based program designed to accept children who require a higher level of structure and support than traditional mental health outpatient treatment, but who are not showing the level of acuity that would necessitate mental health inpatient
treatment. This allows the child to remain at home in their community while receiving mental health treatment and educational support.
The Emotional Support program provides treatment to students who have been identified as needing emotional support services or who have experienced a trauma that is making it difficult for the student to cope with daily school functions.
Altoona, Blair County (1 - 6)
Butler, Butler County (1 - 8)
Fairchance, Fayette County (3 - 12)
Hartford Heights, Westmoreland County (1 - 12)
Alternative Education structures the program for youth who demonstrate social and behavioral problems in the public school system, as well as those who experience difficulties within the juvenile justice system.
Millvale, Allegheny County
Kittanning, Armstrong County
Altoona, Blair County
Butler, Butler County
Fairchance, Fayette County
Indiana, Indiana County
Hartford Heights, Westmoreland County
Your Educational Success (YES) is a program for students at-risk for dropping out of school because of truancy or behavior issues. Individualized plans and personal instruction are provided to promote academic and personal success.
Adelphoi offers programs for youth charged with truancy, incorrigibility or disruptive behavior in a traditional school environment. This includes educational support services, recreational activities, and community service initiatives. and is designed to present youth with coping skills that will improve their overall competencies while helping them stay focused and organized.
Beaver, Beaver County
Day Treatment provides an alternative education and therapeutic setting for those students charged with truancy, incorrigibility or disruptive behavior in a traditional school environment. The program offers a small classroom environment, with individualized attention to the students. Classrooms typically maintain a student population of 12 students, with a PA certified teacher and one caseworker in each classroom. Each site also has a PA certified special education instructor.
The Partial Program is a school-based program designed to accept children who require a higher level of structure and support than traditional mental health outpatient treatment, but who are not showing the level of acuity that would necessitate mental health inpatient treatment. This allows the child to remain at home in their community while receiving mental health treatment and educational support.
Ketterer Charter School is a School-wide Title I A building. The primary goal of Title I is to ensure that all students, particularly those who are low achieving, demonstrate proficient and advanced levels of achievement on state academic standards.
Adelphoi Education Services provides alternative education services to school districts, as well as elementary school programs and credit recovery programs. Adelphoi believes that all students can be motivated to learn through content matter that is relevant to their lives and through increased opportunities for individualized attention.
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The root word of Adelphoi’s namesake comes from the Greek word Adelphoi, meaning “my brother or sister for whom I am concerned.” This definition truly captures the essence of the evolution of Adelphoi as an agency. For us, it has always been about people coming together to care for those who most in need.
From its very first days of infancy as a single group home, to its current incarnation as a leading provider of child care services, Adelphoi has relied on the support and generosity of its friends and neighbors to help carry out its mission.
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Residential programs provide individual attention by trained professionals in a caring and respectful home-like environment.
Adelphoi, a premier provider of foster and adoptive services in Southwestern PA, is a licensed adoption agency.
In-Home programs provide comprehensive, community-based treatment for youth and families in crisis.
Educational services provide alternative education options to school districts, elementary school and credit recovery programs.
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