Transforming Lives,
One Child at a Time.

Treatment and services for
at-risk youth and their families

AT-RISK YOUTH NEED HELP TO RECOVER FROM CRISIS AND OVERCOME DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES.

AT-RISK YOUTH NEED HELP TO RECOVER FROM CRISIS AND OVERCOME DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES.

For more than 50 years, we’ve been one of Pennsylvania’s leading providers of youth and family services.

We serve youth who are at-risk, abused, neglected, delinquent, struggling with academic or behavioral issues. Most of our youth and families have some involvement in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.

Our programs serve 1000 youth and families everyday

Residential

Adelphoi’s residential programs provide individual attention by trained professionals in a caring and respectful home-like environment.

Foster/Adoption

We offer loving temporary and permanent homes to children in need of safety and stability.

in-home

Our In-Home services include Multisystemic Therapy, Family Preservation, Family Advocacy, High-Fidelity Wraparound and more.

education

We provide alternative education services, as well as elementary school programs and credit recovery programs.

What makes Adelphoi different?

We understand

At-risk youth need support and tools to overcome their negative circumstances and achieve a better future.

That’s why we partner with counties, courts, school districts and families to provide holistic and solution-focused care that provides a foundation for a better future.

As one of Pennsylvania’s largest service providers for these youth, and a leading expert in this field, we stand out by offering:

  • An expansive continuum of services that encourages continuity of care
  • Individualized education services in small classroom settings
  • Care rooted in trauma-informed and evidence-based practices
  • A flexible and agile approach to problem-solving and programming
  • A focus on family treatment and reunification that includes assistance for visitation and transportation
  • Aftercare that includes the Adelphoi Promise scholarship program
  • Outcomes that far surpass national and state averages

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Check out what Michelle has to say about her position as School-Based Therapist at Adelphoi! Join Michelle's team at www.adelphoi.org/careers. ... See MoreSee Less

Thu June 30th

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A few of the boys at Raphael house wanted to learn about gardening this summer! They planted several different crops and are continuing to care for their garden. Hard work pays off!

A few of the boys at Raphael house wanted to learn about gardening this summer! They planted several different crops and are continuing to care for their garden. Hard work pays off! ... See MoreSee Less

Wed June 29th
Join our team as a Youth Counselor! Adelphoi is hiring in the Boswell, PA area. Dont miss this opportunity to make a difference in childrens lives! Visit www.adelphoi.org/careers to apply now.

Join our team as a Youth Counselor! Adelphoi is hiring in the Boswell, PA area. Don't miss this opportunity to make a difference in children's lives! Visit www.adelphoi.org/careers to apply now. ... See MoreSee Less

Tue June 28th
Today is PTSD Awareness Day! PTSD stands for post-traumatic stress disorder which occurs in people after they have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event in their life. Adelphoi recognizes this day as a chance for all of us to learn about this complex disorder that can affect people of all ages. Click here for more information and to help raise awareness (ptsd.va.gov)

Today is PTSD Awareness Day! PTSD stands for post-traumatic stress disorder which occurs in people after they have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event in their life. Adelphoi recognizes this day as a chance for all of us to learn about this complex disorder that can affect people of all ages. Click here for more information and to help raise awareness (ptsd.va.gov) ... See MoreSee Less

Mon June 27th
Adelphois Foster Care and Adoption department has a full-time Family Recruiter position available in Huntingdon, PA! This position requires a Bachelors degree within the Human Services field. Apply today at www.adelphoi.org/careers.

Adelphoi's Foster Care and Adoption department has a full-time Family Recruiter position available in Huntingdon, PA! This position requires a Bachelor's degree within the Human Services field. Apply today at www.adelphoi.org/careers. ... See MoreSee Less

Thu June 23rd
Jeremiah celebrated his 1st place win with a blizzard from Dairy Queen in a football toss competition earlier this week. Adelphois Activities Coordinator, Jason has tons of fun activities planned for the kids throughout the summer.

Jeremiah celebrated his 1st place win with a blizzard from Dairy Queen in a football toss competition earlier this week. Adelphoi's Activities Coordinator, Jason has tons of fun activities planned for the kids throughout the summer. ... See MoreSee Less

Wed June 22nd
Adelphois CEO, Nancy Kukovich spent some time with girls at Colony home planting flowers. What a great way to welcome summer!

Adelphoi's CEO, Nancy Kukovich spent some time with girls at Colony home planting flowers. What a great way to welcome summer! ... See MoreSee Less

Tue June 21st
Do you have excellent writing skills? Join our Marketing team as a Development Relationship Manager! Apply at www.adelphoi.org/careers

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Mon June 20th
For over a century and a half, June 19th or Juneteenth has marked the freeing of the last enslaved people in the United States. Only last year did President Biden sign legislation to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, recognized by the entire country. Now, celebrations of our history occur all across America, including some of the biggest festivities in cities like Atlanta, Houston, and Philadelphia. Concerts, art, food, festivals, parades with floats and banners have now become a staple image of Juneteenth.

Only in recent years has significant commemoration for this holiday begun. This year, we recognize Juneteenth as not just a celebration of freedom, but as a chance to reflect on Adelphoi’s diversity and access to equitable opportunities for all. Adelphoi believes that diverse and inclusive teams empower us to provide the best possible outcomes for the children, youth and families we serve.

For over a century and a half, June 19th or Juneteenth has marked the freeing of the last enslaved people in the United States. Only last year did President Biden sign legislation to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, recognized by the entire country. Now, celebrations of our history occur all across America, including some of the biggest festivities in cities like Atlanta, Houston, and Philadelphia. Concerts, art, food, festivals, parades with floats and banners have now become a staple image of Juneteenth.

Only in recent years has significant commemoration for this holiday begun. This year, we recognize Juneteenth as not just a celebration of freedom, but as a chance to reflect on Adelphoi’s diversity and access to equitable opportunities for all. Adelphoi believes that diverse and inclusive teams empower us to provide the best possible outcomes for the children, youth and families we serve.
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Sun June 19th
Latrobe Elks recently donated over 100 pairs of  Bombas socks to Adelphoi. These socks will be given to kids in the Foster Care and Kinship programs upon their arrival into a home. Bombas, launched in 2013, with a mission to donate one pair of socks for every pair purchased. Thank you Latrobe Elks!!

For more information on becoming a foster parent visit www.adelphoifoster.org

Latrobe Elks recently donated over 100 pairs of Bombas socks to Adelphoi. These socks will be given to kids in the Foster Care and Kinship programs upon their arrival into a home. Bombas, launched in 2013, with a mission to donate one pair of socks for every pair purchased. Thank you Latrobe Elks!!

For more information on becoming a foster parent visit www.adelphoifoster.org
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Fri June 17th

Check out what Adelphoi employee, Christina, loves about her job in MST Services! This department is hiring Therapist in multiple locations. Apply at adelphoi.org/careers. ... See MoreSee Less

Thu June 16th

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So thankful for Christina and her fellow team members, walking alongside our youth and families and accomplishing great results! Glad you are part of our MST family Christina!

Thanks for all you do Christina! You and everyone on your team is making a positive difference in the lives of the kids and families we work with.

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Wed June 15th

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Adelphoi provides a continuum of quality services to children, youth, and families from Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, and Delaware. Headquartered in Latrobe, PA, our 650 staff provide help and hope to over 2,000 youth and families each year.

1119 Village Way
Latrobe, PA 15650

Phone: 724-804-7000
Fax: 724-520-1878

 

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