|American Childhood Cancer Organization - Educational and Emotional Support Materials||Provides books, journals, a medical play kit, Cozy Port-A-Cat and Comfort kit to families who have a child who has received childhood cancer diagnosis.
||American Childhood Cancer Organization||American Childhood Cancer Organization|
|American Legion - Temporary Financial Assistance||American Legion Temporary Financial Assistance (TFA) program has awarded cash grants to minor children of veterans who are eligible for American Legion membership. These grants help families in need meet the cost of shelter, food, utilities and health expenses, thereby keeping the child or children in a more stable environment.||American Legion||American Legion|
|Amputee Coalition - Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp||The Amputee Coalition's Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp is a 5-day traditional summer camp experience for children ages 10-17 who have lost arms and/or legs or who were born with limb differences. The camp offers challenging activities that build campers' confidence regardless of skill level and takes place at Camp JOY in Clarksville, OH.
A unique aspect of our program is that campers are not accompanied by their parents, which inspires campers to take on new challenges, be independent, test themselves and build new friendships in a supportive, caring environment.||Amputee Coalition||Amputee Coalition|
|Anchorpoint Summer Tutoring Program||Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry’s tutoring program offers academic assistance to students in grades K-12th who are currently participating in our counseling program. Volunteer tutors are carefully matched with a student according to the child’s needs and the tutor’s grade preference and subject expertise.
Many of the students we counsel struggle with learning disabilities, attention deficits, and behavioral difficulties that impede their academic performance. These problems compound their mental health issues and decrease their feelings of self-worth.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Animal Friends - Camps for Young Pet Lovers||Numerous day camp sessions of 3 to 4 days each for pet lovers up to age 17. Sessions are tailored to the student's school grade level and include appropriate activities and projects centered around pets.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Associated Charities - New Foot Ware for Children||Provides new foot ware & boots to children.||Crawford||Associated Charities||Associated Charities|
|Berks County CASSP||Multisystem involved children and their families can request assistance in coordination of services.||Berks||Berks County Mental Health/ Developmental Disabilities Program and Berks County HealthChoices Program||Berks County Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities Program and Berks County HealthChoices Program|
|Brashear Association - Brashear Kids||Summer camps and afterschool programming provides a safe and positive learning environment for students in the South Pittsburgh area.||Allegheny||Brashear Association - Brashear Center||Brashear Association|
|CANDLE, Inc. - Reality Tour||The Reality Tour® is an evening program for children age 10+, who must be accompanied by their parent. This 3-hour interactive program gives families the tools needed to reduce the risk of substance abuse.||Butler||Candle, Inc.||Candle, Inc. |
|Capital Area Children's Center||Our program provides a rich classroom environment where children are encouraged to explore, express their creativity, make friends and develop self-confidence, while being challenged to learn. Opportunities for socialization and learning occur within a safe, nurturing and fun setting.||Cumberland||Capital Area Children's Center||United Cerebral Palsy Central PA |
|CAPPA Academic Enrichment / Performing Arts Showcase / Gang Prevention||The 11-month program uses evidence-based curriculums administered by staff, certified public school teachers and dedicated volunteer tutors/mentors from local area colleges. The program culminates each year in June with a professional stage production, the Annual Performing Arts Showcase featuring CAPPA participants at the Community Arts Center. The program is taped and televised throughout the summer months. Students involved in the Academic Enrichment/Performing Arts Showcase/Gang Prevention program demonstrate positive results in behavior and attitude as it relates to anti-social activities, academic performance, relationships with friends, self-concept and social-cultural enrichment.||Lycoming||CAPPA Academic Enrichment/Performing Arts Showcase/Gang Prevention||Community Alliance for Progressive Positive Action (CAPPA)|
|Carnegie Mellon University, FIRST Summer Camps||Carnegie Mellon University FIRST Summer Camps offers students the opportunity to participate in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics)and includes Girls of Steel Robotics, FIRST LEGO League, Junior FIRST LEGO League, FIRST Tech Challenge, FIRST Robotics Competition.
The camps are designed to teach students to strategize, design, build, program, test and compete in LEGO building and robotics.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Catholic Youth Association of Pittsburgh - Camp||Located only , Camp "R" is a residential summer camp, located in the Laurel Mountains 1.5 hours from Pittsburgh and operated by the Catholic Youth Association of Pittsburgh for over 75 years. You will receive a free T-shirt, transportation to and from camp, and the best week of your summer.
Camp "R" is open to boys and girls, ages 7-14. They offer four weekly sessions with multi-week discounts. Unplug for the week, no computers, video games, or TV, and enjoy a jam packed week of fun and games.||Beaver||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Child & Adolescent Partial Hospitalization||The Partial Program facilitates the transition from inpatient to home by offering on-campus day treatment in a comfortable setting.
* An on-campus program providing acute, structured, and short term treatment during the day
* Close psychiatric monitoring by a board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist
* Group therapy, skills training and psychoeducational groups
* Family education support groups
* Education in licensed on site classroom
* Multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals including master's level clinicians, allied therapist, certified special education teacher led by a psychiatrist
Transportation is provided for patients and can be arranged by our facility
||Clarion||Clarion Psychiatric Center||Clarion Psychiatric Center|
|Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC - Camp Chihopi||Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Camp Chihopi is a 4-day, overnight camp for Children who have received liver transplants and/or intestine transplants. During this summer camping event, campers are encouraged to make new friends, share their experiences, and participate in a variety of outdoor camp activities to the best of their abilities.
Camp Chihopi provides a non-medical environment where campers can increase self esteem and interact with children with similar medical backgrounds. The camp aims to help children continue to adapt to their chronic condition as a transplant recipient as they mature into young adults.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Club Impact 2||Club Impact 2 includes children from the neighborhood and church who are aged four through fourteen. We meet every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30pm for games, snacks, and more importantly, to learn about God and how God would have us to live.||Cumberland||Baughman Memorial United Methodist Church||Baughman Memorial United Methodist Church|
|Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Camp Kinderland for Girls||Flexible and innovative Jewish camp provides daily shiur, swimming, art, dance, music, baking, sports, field trips and more activities. Kosher breakfast, hot lunch and snacks served. Extended care and transportation available for an additional cost.||Philadelphia||Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Philadelphia; Northeast Philadelphia||Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center|
|Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Camp Malchus for Boys||Flexible, innovative Jewish Camp provides daily shiur, sports, swimming, arts and crafts, woodworking, bowling, barbecues, baseball games, overnights, late nights, little league and weekly trips. Kosher breakfast, hot lunch and snacks are served. Extended care and transportation available for an additional cost.||Philadelphia||Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Philadelphia; Northeast Philadelphia||Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center|
|Cranberry Township - Camp Cranberry||Camp Cranberry provides a variety of day camps, overnight camps and themed camps designed to meet children's needs to create friendships, have fun and be creative. Adventure camps such as Time Travelers, Dinosaur Detectives, Island Explorers and Mad Scientist feature special theme-related games and crafts.
Our camps meet children's needs for adventure, physical challenge, skill development and fun! Sports Camps include skill development for each sport and in the afternoon, regular camp activities such as environmental education, theme afternoons, arts & crafts, and guest speakers.
Our Great Outdoors camps are filled with adventures - fishing, ropes course, canoeing, and more.
Camp descriptions and fees available at website. Some camps take place at different local area locations.||Butler||Cranberry Township Community Development||Cranberry Township Community Development|
|Danville Head Start - Pre-school||Head Start/Pre-K Counts offers pre-school age children and their families the building blocks needed to develop skills that lead to success in school and throughout life.||Montour||Danville Head Start - Program||Danville Head Start|
|DivorceCare for Kids - Support Groups - Williamsport||DivorceCare for Kids groups help children heal from the pain caused by a separation or divorce. DC4K provides children with a safe and neutral place to recognize and learn to share their feelings. This is a 13-week program.||Lycoming||DivorceCare Support Groups for Kids||DivorceCare|
|Early Head Start||Centre||Early Head Start||Cen-Clear Child Services|
|eKidzCare - Pediatric Home Healthcare||Provides a full spectrum of home health services including RN, LPN and Aide shift care, skilled nursing visits, well baby visits, teaching/education to patients in home, and assistance at school as well as daycare. Some medically complex children that are commonly cared for are diagnosed with autism, seizure disorders, cerebral palsy, cancer, congenital anomalies, tracheostomy, feeding tubes and ventilator dependent children.
|Final Farewell - Burial Services for Children||Final Farewell provides financial assistance, advice and guidance to grieving families from all religions and backgrounds so they may provide an affordable and decent funeral for their loved child.||Montgomery||Final Farewell||Final Farewell|
|Food Trust - Nutrition Education||The Food Trust partners with schools and after-school programs in the Philadelphia, Norristown and Reading regions to teach more than 65,000 children and their parents about healthy eating.
Our team of nutrition educators focuses on teaching the importance of good nutrition and physical activity, introducing children to fresh, nutritious food, connecting students and teachers to area farms, and educating parents about developing healthy eating habits at home. A study published in the journal Pediatrics found that this comprehensive approach to nutrition education reduced the incidence of childhood overweight by 50 percent.
Visit http://www.thefoodtrust.org/php/programs/nutrition.education.php for more information on staying healthy.||Philadelphia||The Food Trust - Philadelphia; Center City||Food Trust|
|Greene County, Department of Recreation - Day Camp Program||The Day Camp program runs for six weeks every summer, providing hundreds of Greene County children with fun and activities. Campers enjoy activities at various county parks, pools, community centers and elementary schools across the county.||Greene||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Greensburg YMCA - Greensburg YMCA Adventure Camp||The Greensburg YMCA Adventure Camp is a day camp that offers a more traditional camp feel with outdoor activities, daily swimming, local excursions, theme related crafts, weekly field trips and character development.||Westmoreland||Greensburg YMCA Education and Employment Training||Greensburg YMCA|
|Head Start||Centre||Head Start||Cen-Clear Child Services|
|Healthy Kids||Information line for childrens health.||Dauphin||Pennsylvania Department of Health||Pennsylvania Department of Health|
|Healthy Kids Helpline||Helpline for PA State Health Insurance Programs (CHIP or MA)
- Also affiliated with Healthy Baby Helpline (See own listing)||Dauphin||Help in PA||Pennsylvania Department of Health|
|Hometown Hoops Mini-Camps||Allegheny County is offering 29 basketball mini-camps in 11 communities throughout the county this summer for youngsters ages 6-18. The mini-camps are FREE thanks to a grant secured by the Allegheny County Department of Economic Development. Participants will learn basketball skills from coaches & players with experience in the NBA, NCAA & WPIAL.
The mini-camps take place Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m., at the locations listed below. There is no mini-camp on Independence Day. In case of inclement weather, call (412) 350-2455 to confirm if a mini-camp is taking place. For further information, contact the Parks Department at (412) 350-2455.
June 23 & 24, California Avenue Park in Avalon
June 25-27, Meyers Ridge Park in McKees Rocks
June 30 & July 1, Crawford Village Basketball Courts in McKeesport
July 2 & 3, Hawkins Village Basketball Court in Rankin
July 7 & 8, Hosanna House in Wilkinsburg
July 9 & 10, Natrona Ballfield in Natrona Heights
July 11 & 14, Pitcairn Park in Pitcairn
July 15 & 16, Sharpsburg Family Worship Center in Sharpsburg
July 17 & 18, Wilmerding YMCA in Wilmerding
July 21 & 22, Pleasant Ridge Community Center in McKees Rocks
July 23 & 24, Founders Hall School in McKeesport
July 25, Marion Circle Basketball Courts in Clairton
July 28-30, Charlie Batch Playground in Homestead
July 31 & Aug. 1, Harrison Village Basketball Courts in McKeesport
||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Hosanna House - Summer Camp||At the Hosanna House Summer Camp youth are exposed to a variety of activities throughout the day in a healthy, safe, enjoyable and structured environment led by our caring and nurturing mentors.
The main focus of our summer camp is centered around physical health and social wellness. We teach children how to impact their families by keeping active and staying fit.
Pre-School Summer Camp also available. See website for details.||Allegheny||Hosanna House, Inc.||Hosanna House, Inc.|
|KinderCare Learning Centers - Summer Camps||Kinder Care Learning Centers are located in many areas of Western Pennsylvania and offer six themed, summer camps for both preschool/kindergartners and school-age children.
If your kids are looking to take the lazy days of summer and find something amazing and exciting in each and every one of them, then enroll now in all six of KinderCare’s summer break programs.
||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars - Young American Creative Patriotic Art Awards||Officially known as the Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest, this annual scholarship contest gives talented art students in grades 9-12 an opportunity to compete for up to $10,000 for college.
Sponsored solely by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, this high school art competition requires the fusion of artistic talent with a passionate patriotic vision.||Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars||Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation|
|Make-A-Wish Foundation of Philadelphia - Northern Delaware and Susquehanna Valley||A network of volunteers enable the Make-A-Wish Foundation to serve children with life-threatening medical conditions. Volunteers serve as wish granters, fundraisers, special events assistants and in numerous other capacities.||Lancaster||Make-A-Wish Foundation of Philadelphia - Northern Delaware and Susquehanna Valley||Make-A-Wish Foundation of Philadelphia - Northern Delaware and Susquehanna Valley|
|Merakey - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) - York and Adams||Provides a continuum of integrated mental health services as part of the community mental health system. Provides for optimal clinical care in the most appropriate setting for individual consumers. Services are established and evaluated based on their contributions toward meeting the community need. Provides wraparound services for children ages 3-21 who are diagnosed with a variety of mental health disorders who qualify for medical assistance. Services can be provided at home, school or in the community. Offers Mobile Therapy, Behavioral Specialists, therapeutic foster care for children with serious mental and/or behavioral problems who live in private homes where parents are highly trained and provides more intensive therapeutic support. Provides Foster care plus for children without serious mental/behavioral problems.
||York||Merakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - York and Adams||Merakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions|
|Office for Dispute Resolution||ODR administers the mediation and due process procedures available for special education disputes. A Hearing Officer Settlement Conference (Hosc) is a service where parties who are close to a resolution, but have identifiable roadblocks, can collaborate with a sitting hearing officer to see if those roadblocks can be overcome before a hearing. In addition, ODR offers a creating agreement training to parents and schools. IEP Facilitation is also available through ODR. Special Education Consultline, a toll-free assistance line for parents, is also a service of ODR. The Consultline number is 1-800-879-2301||Dauphin||Office for Dispute Resolution||Office for Dispute Resolution |
|PACT, Parents and Children Together||Various research projects involving parents and children||Dauphin||Parents and Children Together, Pennsylvania State University||Parents and Children Together, Pennsylvania State University|
|Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens - Summer Camps||Phipps' has several summer day camps that connect youth ages 2 through 9 to nature, science and healthy living through fun, participatory environment-based activities—from growing and cooking their own vegetables, crafting with recycled materials, and drawing and photographing nature while exploring the Conservatory and outdoor gardens. Each camp day includes a healthy plant-related snack.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Play Well Allegheny Basketball Camps||Play Well Allegheny Basketball Camps in North Park, South Park and Boyce Park provide youth the opportunity to learn fundamentals, improve skills, run through drills and have fun with local coaches and players with experience in the NBA, NCAA & WPIAL.
Activities, Skills & Drills Include:|
- Stretching & Warm-Ups,
- Stationary Ball Handling,
- Moving Ball Handling,
- Form Shooting,
- Foot Speed Drills,
- Defensive Stance/Slides,
- Foul Shots,
- Daily Competitions,
- Speaker of the Day.
|Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Preschool||Summer activities include games, crafts, and playtime; winter activities include tumbling, mother's time-out program, crafts, swimming and gym programs.||Dauphin||Lower Paxton Township Parks & Recreation||Lower Paxton Township Parks & Recreation |
|Preschools||Centre||Pre-K Counts||Cen-Clear Child Services|
|Psychiatric Rehabilitation||Centre||CHAMPS||Cen-Clear Child Services|
|Rainbow Summer||2 week day camp providing snack, special programs, crafts, bible stories, hot lunch, swimming at Lewistown Recreation Park. Supervised in small groups by carefully selected local teens with adult oversite. Special last day trip to DelGrosso Park||Mifflin||Lewistown United Ministries in Neighborhood Action||Lewistown United Ministries in Neighborhood Action|
|Richard G. Snyder YMCA Campus (Armstrong) - Day Camp||Richard G. Snyder YMCA Campus, Day Camp is great setting for kids to build friendships and learn, grow and play. With a number of activities, including swimming, arts and crafts, active play, outdoor activities and field trips. Your child will have many opportunities to develop attitudes and practices that promote leadership and character.||Armstrong||Richard G. Snyder YMCA Campus (Armstrong)||Richard G. Snyder YMCA Campus (Armstrong)|
|Salvation Army of Huntingdon - Huntingdon County - Children's Program||The Salvation Army of Huntingdon provides a Children's Program Tuesday nights to help them with homework, be read a Bible story, and given a warm meal. There is also tutoring Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights for referred children.||Huntingdon||Salvation Army of Huntingdon - Huntingdon County||Salvation Army of Huntingdon|
|Sonshine Club, Lewistown United Ministries in Neighborhood Action||bible stories, singing
snack||Mifflin||Lewistown United Ministries in Neighborhood Action||Lewistown United Ministries in Neighborhood Action|
|Southwestern Human Services||Offers outpatient therapy as well as behavioral health services to individuals, families and groups in the home, school and community. Also specializes in children with special needs, mental health, intellectual disabilities and autism.||Allegheny||Southwestern Human Services||Southwestern Human Services|
|Speech / Language Therapy - Hope Enterprises - Children's Development Center||Speech-Language Therapy services treat a variety of speech-language delays, articulation and hearing loss, stuttering, voice disorders and feeding/swallowing difficulties.||Lycoming||Children's Development Center||Hope Enterprises|
|Student Program||Participatory recreation including all sports programs (racquetball, basketball, volleyball); day camp; competitive team sports; youth exercise programs. Activity times vary.||Cumberland||YMCA West Shore Branch||YMCA West Shore Branch |
|Sunshine Foundation - Wish Foundation||A private, non-profit organization that grants a wish or dream to terminally ill, chronically ill, abused children or physically challenged children, ages 3-18. Supported entirely by donations.||Bucks||Sunshine Foundation||Sunshine Foundation|
|Tiger Pause Youth Ministry - Summer Camp||During this six-week camp, students learn how to swim, create arts and crafts projects, perform community service activities, participate in Bible studies and take part in athletics. Only children who reside in Beaver Falls, New Brighton, Rochester, and Midland are eligible to attend the camp. A typical week includes the following activities:
Mondays: Field trip
Tuesdays: Community service days
Wednesdays: Outdoor activities
Thursdays: Praise & Worship
Fridays: Swimming at Midland Pool
Each day, children receive a free nutritious lunch and transportation to and from activities.||Beaver||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Trinity United Presbyterian Church - Summer Reading Camp||Trinity United Presbyterian Church's Summer Reading Camp assists students entering 1st and 2nd grade in individualized instruction to help raise reading scores. Lunch will be provided through the Summer Food Program.
||Fayette||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - MilitaryKidsConnect||Today's military kids grow up in a world where they may face many issues with the reintegration of a formally deployed military family member who may be dealing with post traumatic stress, physical disabilities and other issues. They need a unique set of skills to draw on in order to get through often difficult situations.
MilitaryKidsConnect (MKC), an award-winning website, helps children prepare for the challenges faced during these significant family transitions. Through participation in MKC's monitored online forums, children can share their own ideas, experiences, and suggestions with other military children, helping them to know they are not alone in dealing with the stresses of military life. MKC's focused parent and educator tracks provide information to help them understand what it takes to support military children in at-home and school settings.||United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & Technology||United States Department of Defense|
|Veterans of Foreign Wars - Scout of the Year Program||Some of the VFW's earliest ties to the community involve youth groups and perhaps none are stronger or more lasting than the relationship between the VFW and America's scouting organizations. In fact, VFW's partnership with the Boy Scouts of America dates back to 1915 when VFW Post 2100 helped to establish Troop 1 in Everett, Washington.
Through the VFW's Scout of the Year program, members of the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts who display standout citizenship, patriotism and love of country have the opportunity to be rewarded with college scholarships of up to $5,000.||Veterans of Foreign Wars||Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation|
|Veterans of Foreign Wars - The Patriot's Pen Essay Contest||Each year more than 100,000 students in grades 6-8 enter the VFW’s Patriot’s Pen youth essay contest. The first-place winner from each state competes to win one of 46 national awards totaling $46,000. The national first-place winner wins $5,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C., in March.
The essay contest encourages young minds to examine America’s history, along with their own experiences in modern American society, by drafting a 300- to 400-word essay, expressing their views based on a patriotic theme chosen by the VFW Commander-in-Chief.||Veterans of Foreign Wars||Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation|
|Women, Infants and Children (WIC)||Provides nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children under age 5. WIC distributes food vouchers which may be exchanged for milk, cheese, eggs, cereal, juice, vegetables, peanut butter, beans and formula in most grocery stores. WIC also provides breastfeeding support and information, referrals for health care and other services.||Dauphin||*Main Site (WIC)||Women, Infants and Children (WIC) in Pennsylvania|
|YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh - Collegiate Branch (Oakland) - Day Camp||Collegiate YMCA’s Oakland camp is American Camping Association Accredited. Program provides an excellent setting for children to build friendships, grow, learn and play. Trained Camp Counselors offer campers a variety of imaginative activities that nurture children’s spirits, challenge their minds and strengthen their bodies. Age appropriate activities reinforce the values-strengthening of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Kids in grades 4-6 enjoy the University of Pittsburgh Science Outreach Lab and Youth Ambassadors! Optional swim and gym instruction available through Pitt Summer Kids Program. Additional fees apply and based on capacity.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh - East Suburban Family YMCA (Plum) - Summer Day Camp||The East Suburban Family YMCA Summer Day Camp offers a new outdoor camp, a new field area, deck hockey court, pavilion, woods area and outdoor pool. Please note we are a primarily outdoor camp. This is not a school sponsored activity. Activities include: Crafts, Swimming, Camp Forts, Specialty Program Areas, Theme Day Fun, Camp Kids Club, and more.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME. We’re committed to providing quality programs to everyone in the community regardless of their financial limitations. Through our Annual Campaign, we’re able to provide assistance, based on demonstrated ability to pay, and the Y’s funding capability. All financial assistance information is kept confidential. Applications are available at the Welcome Center of the Y. YMCA staff is well-trained, certified in safety procedures like CPR and First Aid and committed to delivering a quality program, you can be sure that your child is safe and happy.
||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|York Day Nursery, Inc.||Child care & education programs for pre-school up to 5 years of age.
Infant day care beginning at 6 weeks of age
Speakers available upon request
||York||York Day Nursery, Inc.||York Day Nursery, Inc.|
|YWCA of Westmoreland County - Community Benefit Programs||Provides early childhood education and child care, social and economic justice advocacy, adult continuing education, racial justice, technology education and programs, health and wellness programs, adult Literacy and ESL programs and economic justice programs (like our Thrift Shop and PA Workwear).||Westmoreland||YWCA Westmoreland County Programs||YWCA Westmoreland County|
|YWCA of Westmoreland County - The Girls' Project Day Camp||A summer day camp for girls ages 11 - 14. Camp activities include swimming, field trips, movies, bowling, flower gardening, library, cooking, crafts and more.||Westmoreland||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|YWCA of Westmoreland County - Young Wonders Day Camp||A summer day camp for children ages 6 - 10. Camp activities include games, movies, bowling, art, library, swimming, field trips, physical activities, crafts and more.||Westmoreland||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|