Alleghenies United Cerebral Palsy enhances the quality of life, and promoted independence for individuals with any physical disability in our region for over 52 years. Founded locally by a group of caring parents in 1956, Alleghenies UCP’s mission has evolved into providing a variety of services.
Today, Alleghenies UCP serves approximately 750 children, youth, adults, and seniors providing 768,000 hours of care in the following Pennsylvania counties:
Alleghenies UCP operates an administrative office in Johnstown119 Jari Dr., Johnstown, PA 15904 814-262-9600, toll free: 1-877-371-1110 and a satellite office in Altoona6 Sheraton Dr., Altoona, PA 16601 814-946-4036, toll free: 1-888-222-1928.
Approximately 24% of the consumers served have cerebral palsy. Other disabilities served through Alleghenies UCP programs include: spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, quadriplegia, traumatic brain injury (TBI), diabetes, autism, stroke, and more. Alleghenies UCP employs over 600 direct support staff that provide in-home, non-medical, daily living assistance including personal care, range of motion, transportation and other assistance to individuals with any physical disability.