Updated 6/11/2021: Our office has reopened with all operations staff on-site. Masks are still required by all staff and visitors on any UCP of NEPA sites and for all programs. Adult Day Training Program (facility-based) has reopened on a part-time basis as well. Assistive Technology Resource Center (ATRC) donation drop-offs and AT Lending Library trials must still be scheduled in advance. Please call (570) 347-3357 to schedule your appointment for the ATRC.
We are proud to offer Early Intervention (EI) for children birth to three.
Our Children's Center also offers the only Lekotek center in Northeastern PA, as well as Compuplay camps for children of all different age groups throughout the year.
UCP of NEPA offers a center-based Adult Day Program in Scranton.
We also offer Residential Services for both supported independent living and community living arrangements for adults. Currently, we have seven community homes.
Our Home Service Program is available in six counties for children & adults with disabilities.
Our Scranton location also houses our ATRC (Assistive Technology Resource Center) and serves all ages through partnership with TechOWL.
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We would like to thank all the sponsors and players who supported UCP of NEPA’s Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, August 28, at Stone Hedge Golf Course in Tunkhannock, PA. Together, we were able to raise $8,000 for UCP of NEPA’s early intervention program, helping infants and children with developmental delays and disabilities. A special …
Kate Holod of the Kiwanis Club of Scranton presents Sarah Drob, CEO of UCP of NEPA, with a $1,000 donation on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 to support our Early Intervention and Lekotek program. We would like to thank the Scranton Kiwanis Club for their generosity and support for the work we do to help those …
Recently, the Regional Foundation, made possible by Wells Fargo, awarded UCP of NEPA $5,000 for our Early Intervention services as well as Adult Day Training Program. The mission of the Regional Foundation is “to improve the quality of life for children and families living in low-income communities in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware by …