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Autism Center of Pittsburgh
Autism Center of Pittsburgh
Offers psychological and psychiatric evaluations for autistic children. Counseling is also available. Parent support is offered by parents of children with autism. ACP also offers support groups, family mentoring, advocacy, specialized information and referral; group outings and recreation for children with autism and their families. Depending on funding, may be able to match one child per year with a service dog. Offers educational information and programming to help raise awareness of autism spectrum disorders. AutismLink is a national database connecting parents with services for their child.

Two locations:
Autism Center of Pittsburgh -- North Hills
135 Cumberland Rd., Suite 105
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Phone: (412) 364-1886
Fax: (412) 364-7120

Autism Center of Pittsburgh - South Hills
2893 Banksville Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
Phone: (412) 537-9879
2893 Banksville Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
Eligibility: Parents of children who have been diagnosis with or need to be evaluated for an autism spectrum disorder. Information and outreach is available to all members of the public.
Hours: Telephone calls are received day and evening M-F; Evaluations and counseling M-F daylight and evening.
Canine Partners for Life
Canine Partners for Life - Pet-Assisted Therapy
INCREASING THE INDEPENDENCE AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF INDIVIDUALS WITH MOBILITY IMPAIRMENTS, AND OTHER DISABILITIES BY PROVIDING PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED SERVICE DOGS AND SUPPORT SERVICES.

FULL-SERVICE DOGS
SEIZURE ALERT DOGS
HOME COMPANION DOGS
RESIDENTIAL COMPANION DOGS

PO Box 170
334 Faggs Manor Road
Cochranville, PA 19330
Eligibility: SERVICE DOGS ARE PLACED WITH INDIVIDUALS WITH MOBILITY IMPAIRMENTS AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES; SEIZURE ALERT DOGS ARE PLACED WITH INDIVIDUALS WITH SEIZURE DISORDERS.
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Canine Partners for Life
Canine Partners for Life - Service Dog Program
Greater independence, joy, fulfillment, confidence, security, and love are provided by CPL service dogs. Our service dog program is designed to help individuals who have a wide range of disabilities. CPL trains service dogs to assist individuals who have mobility impairment and balance disorders, difficulty using their hands/arms, health related fatigue issues, and people with seizure disorders.
PO Box 170
334 Faggs Manor Road
Cochranville, PA 19330
Companions for Heroes
Companion for Heroes
Offers two programs for veterans and emergency first responders who have post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI) or other psychological stresses. P2V Matches is an animal adoption program and P2V Connections is an animal and wounded veteran socialization and visitation program.

620 Sea Island Road
Suite 148
Saint Simons Island, GA 31522
Eligibility: Veterans and emergency responders who are suffering the effects of PTSD or other stresses.
Hours: .
Epilepsy Foundation of Western and Central Pennsylvania (Capitol Region)
Epilepsy Association of Western and Central PA
Offers programs that connect clients and their family to supportive services. Support is as individualized as possible and addresses each person's needs, within their local community.
3507 Market Street
Suite 203
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Eligibility: Any individual living with seizures or their caregiver/parent, family member, friend, or member of the community wishing to learn more about epilepsy is eligible to participate in Epilepsy Association programs and services.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Keystone Human Services
Keystone Children and Family Services - Dauphin - Susquehanna Service Dogs Program
Trains and provides service dogs and hearing dogs to assist children and adults with disabilities to become more independent.

Service dogs can be partnered with people with mobility disabilities, seizure disorders, autism and psychiatric disabilities. Hearing dogs are partnered with individuals with hearing loss or deafness. SSD also trains facility dogs who are a tool for the professionals at the facility with Animal Assisted therapies.
3700 Vartan Way
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Keystone Human Services
Keystone Human Services - Susquehanna Service Dogs
Mission: Trains and provides service dogs and hearing dogs to assist children and adults with disabilities to become more independent.

Training of assistance dogs
Training of individuals who receive SSD dogs
Follow-up and retraining as necessary for working teams.
Demonstrations for community groups who are interested in furthering SSD's mission
1078 Gravel Hill Road
Grantville, PA 17028
Eligibility: Must have a disability that can be helped by a dog and must be able to give direction to a dog.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
New Hope Assistance Dogs
New Hope Assistance Dogs
Educating the public and training service dogs to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities. Provides custom trained Assistance Dogs for mobility, hearing, autism & PTSD related issues and a multitude of other disabilities for both children and adults.
3 Scott Run Road
Warren, PA 16365
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.
UDS Foundation - United Disabilities Services
UDS - Service Dogs
- Service dogs: UDS-trained service dogs help improve quality of life for both owners and their families. Service dogs enable their owners to lead happier, more independent lives. Service dogs are trained for over two years by a team of dedicated volunteers and professionals to obey and assist.

- Companion dogs: UDS provides companion dogs for people who may not require physical assistance, but who would benefit from the loving companionship of a specially trained dog.

- Facility dogs: UDS can also supply specially trained dogs to long-term care facilities and schools. These dogs assist physical, occupational, recreational, and social therapists in working with their clients.

Volunteer programs:
- Puppy Homes: Puppy Homes raise and train new puppies giving approximately 18 months of patience, time and love
- Puppy Sitters: Puppy sitters provide much needed respite for Puppy Homes by keeping them during sitter vacations or emergencies
- Puppy Pals: Puppy Pals assist Puppy Homes by playing with, exercising and training puppies
- Special Events Volunteers: Assist by staffing booths at various shows, events and fundraisers, where persons can help exercise and baby sit puppies providing respite for Puppy Home families
2270 Erin Court
Lancaster, PA 17601
Eligibility: Individuals with mobility impairments, individuals with Autism, Veterans with PTSD; Must have commitment to complete training course and financially able to care for the dog
Hours: Office: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm; Intake: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm
Autism Center of Pittsburgh
Autism Center of Pittsburgh
Canine Partners for Life
Canine Partners for Life - Pet-Assisted Therapy
Epilepsy Foundation of Western and Central Pennsylvania (Capitol Region)
Epilepsy Association of Western and Central PA
Keystone Human Services
Keystone Children and Family Services - Dauphin - Susquehanna Service Dogs Program
Keystone Human Services
Keystone Human Services - Susquehanna Service Dogs
New Hope Assistance Dogs
New Hope Assistance Dogs
UDS Foundation - United Disabilities Services
UDS - Service Dogs
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