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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 - 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.
334 Faggs Manor Road
Cochranville, PA 19330
Dogs for the Deaf
Dogs for the Deaf
Hearing dogs are trained from four to six months and delivered free anywhere in the United States. The dogs are conditioned to respond to a variety of sounds, including smoke and fire alarms, crying infants, kitchen appliances, the owner's name being called, alarm clocks and doorbells. For application apply through agency. 16 years and over. Dogs for Deaf also trains & places Dogs for for Seniors & Special Needs Dogs with people with other special challenges. Hearing Dogs Autism Assistance Dogs Program Assistance Dogs adoptable Career Change Dogs
10175 Wheeler Rd
Central Point, OR 97502
Epilepsy Association of Western and Central PA
OSCAR Project
The EAWCP and The Oscar Project can provide you with general information and support on obtaining a service dog for yourself or someone you love. If you are interested in receiving help from The Oscar Project, please contact us at 1-800-361-5885 to determine if you would be appropriate for this or other service dog programs. Eligibility guidelines, you must: be a child or adult with epilepsy/seizure diagnosis, currently experiencing seizures, be capable of commanding the dog, live in our 49 county service area, be able to travel to Pittsburgh for two multi-day trainings, be able to afford on-going care for the dog (food, vet bills, etc.), and agree to return to the Pittsburgh area yearly for re-certification Recipients are selected periodically based upon need, availability of funds, and availability of dogs.
3507 Market Street
Suite 203
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Phone answered 24-hours
Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind - America's VetDogs
America's VetDogs trains and places guide and service dogs to help veterans with disabilities once again lead active, independent lives. Not only does a guide or service dog provide assistance with daily activities, it provides the motivation to take on new challenges. People focus on the dog, not the disability. With a VetDog by his or her side, a veteran is never alone. America's VetDogs serves the needs of veterans with disabilities from all eras who have honorably served our country. VetDogs trains and places guide dogs for individuals who are blind; service dogs for those with other physical disabilities; and physical and occupational therapy dogs to work with service members in military and VA hospitals. It is accredited by Assistance Dogs International and the International Guide Dog Federation. For a dog to become a VetDog guide or service dog, it must meet our health, safety, and training standards.
371 East Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown, NY 11787
Eligibility: Disabled veterans.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind
The hallmark of the Guide Dog Foundation is its meticulous matching program to ensure that each applicant is teamed with the guide dog that best suits that person’s personality, lifestyle, and physical needs. The accredited 12-day guide dog training program offers a 2:1 student/instructor ratio and focuses on incorporating a blend of customized training formats to meet the specific lifestyles and needs of students while maximizing the training time in class for students and their dogs as they prepare for real-world situations. Students in class will also participate in lectures on grooming and care for their dog, obedience practice, accessibility awareness and the Americans with Disabilities Act, and guide dog etiquette for non-guide dog users. Upon completion of training, the newly created human and guide dog team returns home to start their new life together. They will have begun to master all of the techniques they need to be successful—from finding the checkout counter at a store, to maneuvering through a crowded train station, to passing through a revolving door. The team can travel confidently and independently on suburban routes or city streets, during the day or at night, alone or in rush hour.
371 East Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown, NY 11787
Eligibility: Individuals who are visually impaired.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Keystone Human Services
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
Susquehanna Service Dogs - Keystone Human Services
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
National Education of Assistance Dog Services (NEADS)
National Education of Assistance Dog Services (NEADS)
National Education of Assistance Dog Services provides independence to people who are deaf or have a disability through the use of canine assistance. NEADS offers a wide spectrum of assistance dog services, including:
  • Deaf & Hearing Loss: Our hearing dogs are specially trained to alert human partners to the source of a sound.
  • Combat Veterans: Our Canines for Combat Veterans program is designed to help the growing population of wounded veterans.
  • Physical Disability: Our service dogs assist people by performing everyday tasks like picking up dropped items, opening doors, and more.
  • Classroom, Therapy & Ministry: Our uniquely trained dogs engage and inspire a practitioner's community.
  • Children with a Disability: Service dogs for children perform many of the same tasks they can for adults, and offer our younger clients greater independence.
  • Children on the Autism Spectrum: Social dogs help a child on the autism spectrum feel calmer and more confident.
305 Redemption Rock Trail South
NEADS National Campus
Princeton, MA 1541
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.
Paws With A Cause
PAWS with a Cause
Trains assistance dogs nationally for people with disabilities and provides lifetime team support which encourages independence. PAWS promotes awareness through education and advocacy. Paws With A Cause doesn’t limit itself to specific disabilities, but breeds and custom-trains Assistance Dogs for people with physical disabilities, hearing loss, seizures and autism. PAWS trains the following types of Assistance Dogs:
  • Service Dogs: For a physical disability, debilitating chronic illness or neurological disorder,
  • Hearing Dogs: For people who are deaf or hard of hearing,
  • Seizure Response Dogs: For those with epilepsy or other seizure disorders,
  • Service Dogs for Children with Autism: For children 12 and younger with Autism,
  • Combination Dogs: Service & Hearing, Service & Seizure, Hearing & Seizure.
The dog is provided at no cost to the client. However, PAWS needs to raise $30,000 to cover the cost of breeding, care, customized training and continued support of each team. The significant majority of funds raised by PAWS come from individual donors. PAWS also receives support from businesses, foundations and community groups (eg: AMVETS, Lions). Additional location: SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN REGIONAL OFFICE 
Email: paws@pawswithacause.org 
 Address: 1328 Wheaton, Troy, MI 48083 Phone: 248-619-9201 Fax: 248-619-9204
 Hours: By appointment
4646 South Division
Wayland, MI 49348
Eligibility: Seizure Response Dogs and Service Dogs for individuals 14 years of age or older. Hearing Dogs for individuals 18 years of age or older. Service Dogs for Children with Autism for ages 4 through 12 years of age.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm,
Seeing Eye
Seeing Eye, Service Animals
The Seeing Eye:
  • Breeds and raises puppies to become Seeing Eye dogs (or obtains them occasionally by purchase or exchange);
  • Trains Seeing Eye dogs to guide blind people;
  • Instructs blind people in the proper use, handling, and care of the dogs;
  • Conducts and supports research on canine health and development.
By instructing people in the use of Seeing Eye® dogs, we provide them with effective tools with which they can increase their mobility, independence and self-confidence. With greater independence comes a higher quality of life and enhanced employability. Additional location Canada: The Seeing Eye Organization C/O T8059 P.O. Box 8059 STN A Toronto, ON M5W 3W5 Phone: (647) 479-4251 Email: info@seeingeye.ca
10 Washington Valley Road
Morristown, NJ 7960
Eligibility: You or someone that you know who may be in the process of deciding if a guide dog is right for you or them. People who are blind or visually impaired.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 12:00pm; Monday through Friday, 1:00pm to 4:00pm
UDS Foundation
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 - Service Dog Program
Dogs for the Deaf
Dogs for the Deaf
Epilepsy Association of Western and Central PA
OSCAR Project
Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind - America's VetDogs
Keystone Human Services
Susquehanna Service Dogs Program
Keystone Human Services
Susquehanna Service Dogs - Keystone Human Services
National Education of Assistance Dog Services (NEADS)
National Education of Assistance Dog Services (NEADS)
New Hope Assistance Dogs
New Hope Assistance Dogs
Paws With A Cause
PAWS with a Cause
Seeing Eye
Seeing Eye, Service Animals
UDS Foundation
UDS - Service Dogs
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