Welcome To Pathways
Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania serves people living in Washington, Greene, Fayette, & Westmoreland counties. Our commitment to the principals of independence, inclusion and choice assures an opportunity for all Individuals to realize their full potential and become integral members of the community.
Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania was originally incorporated in 1964, as a non-profit social service agency dedicated to the development and advancement of children and adults with cerebral palsy, and other disabilities.
Throughout the years and a few name changes along the way, Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania has developed a long, established history of providing quality and cutting edge services to children and adults with disabilities and currently serves over 1,100 families throughout the area. As we move towards the future, Pathways of Southwestern Pennsylvania prides itself on being a proactive organization and always addressing the changing needs of our diverse community.
In the News
WCCF Gives Day
Support the Pathways Foundation of Southwestern PA, Inc on WCCF Gives Day (September 10, 2013) and have your gift increased by a percentage of a $100,000 match pool! Read More »
15 Years of Service
Congratulations to Kim Livingston and Pam Godlewski for receiving their 15-year pins for 15 years of services for In-Home Support Services. Thank you for your hard work and dedication.
Kvaerner Charity Golf Outing
The Kvaerner Southpointe office hosted their annual charity golf outing at Valleybrook this year on Monday, July 23, 2012 with all proceeds to benefit Your Child's Place. The children, families, and staff of Your Child's Place thank Kvaerner for their generosity! Read More »
Pathways Partners with Macy's for Shop for a Cause
Macy's helps local charity raise funds and awareness for important cause through annual charity shopping event. Read More »
Early Intervention Now Available in Fayette County
We are proud to announce that we have now begun taking referrals for children and their families in Uniontown and the surrounding Fayette County area. Read More »
Service delivery option in which individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or their representatives self-direct their services.
The Older Adult Daily Living Center provides day services to adults with developmental disabilities age 60 and over.
The EI Program offers supports and services designed to assist families with infants and toddlers, with special needs, to promote the development of their child.
Providing the highest quality of in-home non-medical support services to adults and children with physical disabilities in Washington, Greene, and Fayette Counties.
A prescribed pediatric extended care center for children with complex medical needs.
The ATF is an individualized teaching and training program whose primary goal is to enable adults to live as independently as possible.
Provides a safe, well-supervised learning environment for children with and without disabilities interact and play together (locations in Washington, PA and Waynesburg, PA).
The Residential Program provides 24 hour supervised living arrangements for adult men and women who are diagnosed with an intellectual disability.