The mission of Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. is to identify and provide for health and social service needs throughout the southwestern Pennsylvania region. Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. has been providing a wide variety of human services to individuals and families throughout Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties for over 45 years. Today, the SPHS system includes child care, aging programs, family planning services, primary and pediatric health care, mental health treatment and care, substance abuse treatment, homeless assistance, home health care, nutrition services, and family support services. Please browse our site to learn about how we may be able to help you.
More than 40 years ago, a group of Mon Valley citizens joined together to
develop an organized, collaborative network for the delivery of health and
human services. After many transitions, a multi-corporate system consisting
of Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc. (SPHS) and seven affiliate
corporations evolved. Today, SPHS provides the full range of management/administrative
services and central oversight to a comprehensive health and human service
provider system, which allows the affiliates to concentrate their energies
on direct service delivery throughout the four county region of southwestern
Through this partnership, SPHS and its affiliates conduct
strategic planning, develop programs and provide human services throughout
Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties; serving over 50,000 people annually
throughout 60 service locations while employing over 750 professional and support
SPHS also provides administrative services to other local nonprofit organizations, in the hopes that we can better connect and serve all residents through cooperation and strong community relationships. Click here to find out more about our Administrative Services.
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