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Last Updated On: 02/05/2021
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Indiana County Government, Children And Youth Services, Indiana County


Organizational Information

Legal Structure

Local Government

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

James Yaworski -  Indiana County Chief Probation Officer and Administrator of Children and Youth Services

Contact Number(s)

800.932.0313 - Childline

911 - Child Abuse or Neglect after 4:00 pm and weekends

724.465.3179 - FAX

724.465.3805 - TDD

888.559.6355 - Toll-free


Web Addresses - Indiana County Government- Departments

Primary Address

Indiana County Children & Youth Services
280 Indian Springs Road - Suite 222-B
Indiana, PA, 15701

Service Information

Service Area

Indiana County

Service Description

Mandated investigations of child abuse when allegations are made of sexual, physical, emotional or serious physical neglect.

Provide services to prevent and resolve problems of neglect, abuse and exploitation of children.

Provide services to families in their own homes which protect children from continued harm.

Help overcome problems which result in dependency.

Provide temporary substitute care for children in need of care out of their homes.

Reunite children and their families if children are placed in substitute care.

Provide court-ordered care or supervision to alleged or adjudicated dependent children.

Provide permanency for children, through the legal system, for those children who cannot be returned home.

Responsible for the recruitment, training and administration of foster care homes within our community.

Available Hours

Office Hours: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm / Monday through Friday; Emergency: Child Abuse or Neglect after 4:00 pm and weekends, call 911 or Childline (1-800-932-0313)

Fees/Cost for Services


Eligibility Requirements

Must be a child under 18 years of age.

Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available