|Abuse and Rape Crisis Center - Hope for the Future||Offers violence prevention programs designed to bring awareness about interpersonal violence and prevent the perpetration of violence. Programs are presented in our local school districts, from the headstarts through the high schools.||Bradford||Abuse and Rape Crisis Center||Abuse and Rape Crisis Center|
|Blair/Clearfield Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired Prevention of Blindness Education||Programs related to eye safety.||Blair||Blair/Clearfield Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired Altoona Office||Blair/Clearfield Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired|
|Brighton Heights Citizens Federation||Community organization which works to promote and support the Brighton Heights neighborhood through community events, beautification projects, block watch and safety programs, and educational meetings.||Allegheny||Brighton Heights Citizens Federation||Brighton Heights Citizens Federation|
|Clinton County Women's Center - Outreach Coordination||Provides prevention and awareness education programs that can be modified to meet needs of community member or group. Services are designed to be customized to be appropriate for any age group. Program topics include, but are not limited to: Agency services
Protection from abuse orders
Screening for domestic violence
3 kinds of touches
||Clinton||Outreach Program - Clinton County Women's Center||Clinton County Women's Center |
|Community Education - Victims' Intervention Program Wayne & Pike Counties||Serves Wayne & Pike Counties. Provides age-appropriate programs to children from preschool through grade 12, addressing important topics, such as body safety, bullying, dating violence, and healthy relationships.
Programs are also available to colleges, community groups, educators, police, hospitals, health-care providers, churches and private citizens.||Wayne||Victims' Intervention Program Wayne & Pike Counties||Victims' Intervention Program Wayne & Pike Counties|
|Friends of Farmworkers - Community Education - Pittsburgh||Community education on legal rights of farmworkers, mushroom workers and food processing workers. This includes outreach to farm labor camps, community groups, and to students and families in schools with students whose families do farm work.
||Allegheny||Pittsburgh Site (Friends of Farmworkers, Inc.)||Friends of Farmworkers|
|Fulton County Partnership - Community Outreach Prevention Education||Our main objective is to support and preserve the family unit as a foundation for the success of healthy children. Referrals are accepted from CYS and other community agencies.
One goal is to provide families in our community with parenting education which provides them with alternatives to negative behaviors. COPE also works to ensure children's basic needs are met and helps parents establish goals for family improvement.||Fulton||Fulton County Partnership - Program||Fulton County Partnership|
|March of Dimes Central PA Market||Services provided include:
- Public health education programs for hospitals, schools, businesses, clinics and the general public
- Annual youth conference
- Professional health education for doctors and nurses; annual health conference
- Patient education
- Supports research, medical services, and education locally and nationally
Also provides grants to local organizations that support the March of Dimes mission. Contact March of Dimes for more information.||Dauphin||March of Dimes Central PA Market||March of Dimes|
|National Coalition Building Institute International||An international non-profit leadership training organization dedicated to the elimination of racism and other forms of oppression.||National Coalition Building Institute International||National Coalition Building Institute International|
|National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Group and Discussions||Offers groups and discussions. Self-help groups bring people together who share common life experiences for support, education and mutual aid. Benefits of participating in a self-help group include:
- Learning new information and strategies for confronting problems
- Finding support from others
- The opportunity to help others
- Feeling empowered and more self-confident in coping with challenges
||National Multiple Sclerosis Society||National Multiple Sclerosis Society|
|National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Pennsylvania Keystone Chapter||Helps each person affected by MS in their area address the challenges of living with MS. Helps by raising funds for cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education and providing programs and services that empower people with MS and their families to move their lives forward.
Their staff and volunteers are dedicated to achieving a world free of MS. Through their chapter’s support services and educational programs for people living with MS and their families and friends, they help connect people in their local communities who want to do something about MS now.
Offers many programs — including professional counseling and peer facilitated support groups, educational programs and seminars, referrals to neurologists and healthcare professionals, national teleconferences and internet programs, services for the homebound, and social and recreational programs to assist people with MS and their families in leading productive and fulfilling lives.
Their community support helps to fund their local programs and accelerate worldwide research projects to ensure no opportunity is wasted.||Allegheny||National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Pennsylvania Keystone Chapter||National Multiple Sclerosis Society|
|Penn State Cooperative Extension - Mercer County - Community Education||Educational programs and materials are offered in relation to agriculture, family living, and community development using Penn State research base. County agents and home economists are available to provide information and assistance.||Mercer||Penn State Cooperative Extension - Mercer County||Penn State Cooperative Extension - Mercer County|
|Policy Initiatives||Early literacy public awareness campaign and information.||Allegheny||Policy Initiatives||Policy Initiatives|
|Public Awareness/Education||MISSION: MARTIN LIBRARY AT AIYORK IS A FREE PUBLIC ACCESS LIBRARY COMMITTED TO PROVIDING INFORMATION AND RECREATIONAL MATERIALS IN A VARIETY OF FORMATS, INCLUDING THE INTERNET, FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES. (WE ARE THE "INFORMATION UTILITY")
ACCESS TO THE INTERNET
MICROSOFT OFFICE SOFTWARE
POWER LIBRARY ELECTRONIC RESOURCE DATABASE
COLOR LASER PRINTING
COMPUTERIZED CATALOG ACCESS TO THOUSANDS OF BOOKS AND DVDS
ON-SITE USE OF PERIODICALS||MARTIN LIBRARY AT THE ART INSTITUTE OF YORK||MARTIN LIBRARY|
|Somerset County Blind Center Public Awareness/Education||Provides educational services for the blind and visually impaired. Also promotes public awareness for visual impairment.||Somerset||Somerset County Blind Center||Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh|
|Three Mile Island Alert||Environmental advocacy to increase public awareness of the dangers inherent in nuclear fuel cycle and to help with opposition to use of nuclear energy; to promote use of alternative energy sources; provision of educational information material; quarterly newsletter published.||Dauphin||Three Mile Island Alert Inc||Three Mile Island Alert, Inc|
|University of Pittsburgh Diabetes Institute||The goals of UPMC's Focus on Diabetes are to make the general public more aware of diabetes, its risk factors and its complications; to help at-risk individuals avoid getting diabetes by encouraging a more active lifestyle and more sensible eating; to idea||Allegheny||University of Pittsburgh||University of Pittsburgh|
|Vision Resource Center of Berks County - Vision Workshops||Promotes developing skills that are unique to each person's abilities and interests||Berks||Vision Resource Center of Berks County||Vision Resource Center of Berks County|
|York County State Health Center||Nurse practitioner and Community Health Nurses present on STD clinic day.
• STD Clinic Tuesdays 9:00am to 12:30pm
• TB Clinic 1st Thursday of every month from 1:00pm to 4:00m
• Immunizations are free, must meet insurance type which is no insurance and underinsurance, by appointment only, Wednesday, 8:30am-10:45 & 1:30 – 2:30
• Family and professional education
• General health information & referral
• Elevated blood lead level (children) case management, counseling
• Health promotion/teaching by community health nurses for groups
• PKU, perinatal and hepatitis B case management
• Investigation of communicable diseases
• Follow up for animal bites and rabies
||York||York County State Health Center||Pennsylvania Department of Health|