The Residential Program provides 24 hour supervised living arrangements for adult men and women with intellectual disabilities. The community homes provide support and services to enable people to live, work, and participate in recreation in a community setting and develop the skills in the areas of self-care, communication, money management, home making, and socialization.
Residents work in the community, at a sheltered workshop, or attend programming at our facilities in Washington, and Waynesburg. They engage in activities that promote integration in the community and provide opportunities for the development of friendships. Available activities include participating in clubs, church, sporting events, cultural and educational events, and vacations.
For more information about Residential Living, please contact Pathways at (724) 225-8145 or send an e-mail.