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Alleghenies United Cerebral Palsy
Alleghenies United Cerebral Palsy
Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization
Our Mission is to assist individuals with disabilities in meeting their basic needs, enhancing their quality of life, and promoting their independence, while also allowing them to be active participants in the decision-making and direction of their services.
History of Organization
We have been helping to enhance the quality of life of individuals with any physical disability, not just cerebral palsy, while promoting their independence by allowing them to be active participants in decision-making and the direction of services, and offering a variety of community support services for over 55 years.
Accreditations and Licenses
UCP National RCPA RCPO PAPCA UCP of PA PALINK
Case Management: The goal of case management is to assist individuals to locate community resources that will enhance and enrich your quality of life. Services include: Bill paying, Establishing or managing services, In home assessment, Financial: Private Pay Assistive Technologies: Alleghenies United Cerebral Palsy provides informational resources that can assist consumers in obtaining various assistive technology devices and services. Assistive Technology or adaptive equipment can be used to alleviate the barriers that prevent individuals from living independently in the community of their choice. We are an informational resource which can assist individuals with disabilities to connect to the local and state funding resources available to Pennsylvania residents. Home Modifications/ Durable Medical Equipment: Alleghenies United Cerebral Palsy provides informational resources that can assist consumers in making their homes more accessible. We are an informational resource which can assist individuals with disabilities to connect to the local and state funding resources available for Pennsylvania residents
Working closely with the 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health and the greater community in a Community Care HUB (HUB) for Cambria and Somerset counties. Developed by the Pathways Community HUB Institute, the HUB model aims to impact health outcomes by addressing risk factors associated with poor health outcomes. A HUB is an organized, outcome focused, network of Care Coordination Agencies (CCAs) who hire and train community health workers (CHWs) and connect at-risk individuals to needed services. The community health workers meet with participants face-to-face, preferably in their homes, then guide them through one or more of 21 Pathways designed to address their needs. The HUB model involves the collaboration of all community resources to reduce both medical and social barriers to care, like employment, housing and transportation, for individuals with complex health needs. Community Health Worker: builds individual and community capacity by increasing health knowledge and self-sufficiency through a range of activities such as outreach, community education, informal counseling, social support and advocacy; serves as a liaison between communities and health care agencies; provides guidance and social assistance to community residents; enhances community residents’ ability to effectively communicate with healthcare providers; provides culturally and linguistically appropriate health education; advocates for individual and community health; provides referral and follow-up services or otherwise coordinates care; identifies and helps enroll eligible individuals in federal, state, and local private or nonprofit health and human services programs.
Case Management, Service Coordination, Referral Source, Assistive Technology. Home modifications/ Durable Medical Equipment. Community Health Work
Fees/Cost for Services
Waiver funded and MCO contracted
must meet waiver eligibility
How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments
call 814-619-3398, website-scalucp.org, email email@example.com
Languages Spoken or Available