Career Readiness Program
Male/Female, Ages 14-18
Latrobe, Westmoreland County
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.
At the start of the program, teachers work with each student to develop a Vocational Action Plan. The plan outlines the youth’s program-related goals, as well as his/her goals for career pursuit and/or training after completion of the program. Through the program curriculum, youth in each of the tracks acquire the necessary skills to prepare them for the appropriate career path, or for ongoing vocational training in those areas.
Youth also learn critical Job Readiness skills that prepare them for finding, obtaining and keeping a job. Skills imparted through this program include interviewing, filling out an application, punctuality, dealing with conflict, interacting with co-workers, dressing appropriately, budgeting, workplace ethics and goal-setting.
The overall goal of the initiative is to provide students with the knowledge that they need to make appropriate career choices and the vocational and job readiness skills necessary for successful reintegration into their respective communities.
For more information on Career Readiness programs, contact Douglas Carlquist at 724-804-7058 or email@example.com.
Download Career Readiness brochure
Male/Female, Ages 12-18
Available at most residential facilities
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 another facility.
For more information on Shelter Programs, please contact Candice Rinaldi at 724-804-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Male, Ages 12-18
Miller Home-Apollo, Armstrong County
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.
For more information, please contact Candice Rinaldi at 724-804-7000 or email@example.com.Download Shelter/Diagnostic brochure
Substance Abuse Treatment Program
Male, Ages 12-18
Monastery Run – Latrobe, Westmoreland County
Adelphoi Village’s 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.
Through treatment interventions which include Reality Therapy/Choice Theory, Group Process, Contingency Contracting, Child Management, Balanced and Restorative Justice, Permanency Planning, and a 12-step model of recovery-based treatment, youth are able to recover from chemical dependency and develop a healthy lifestyle.
For more information on our Substance Abuse Treatment Program, please contact Candice Rinaldi at 724-804-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download Substance Abuse brochure
Residential Sex Offender Program
Male, Ages 12-18
- 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 (mental health focus) -- Unity Township, Westmoreland County
- Williams House – Duncansville, Blair County
The Sex Offender Treatment Program provides a holistic approach for youth who have committed sexual offenses. Counselors provide treatment in a one-on-one or group setting. Treatment is individualized to help the youth with past sexual victimization, family dynamics and other problems specific to the youth.
The goal of treatment is to help youth determine the pattern of offending, while developing sexual safeguards and a relapse prevention plan.
A staff-secure environment provides 24-hour supervision, seven days a week.
For more information on the Sex Offender Treatment Program, please contact Candice Rinaldi at 724-804-7000 or email@example.com.