Thank you for 13 years of exceptional educational support for 6 of my 7 children
-Cheryl B.

My daughter is well prepared for Kindergarten. Some new skills took me by surprise. It has been a great experience.
-Sandy B.

I feel comfortable leaving my daughter in your care

I have no question when I drop off my son that he will be o.k. and well taken care of in my absence.

I really appreciate CCC, particularly the flexibility needed to keep pace with families ever-changing schedules.





Achieva - ACHIEVA, formerly Arc Allegheny, is western Pennsylvania's largest provider of comprehensive services and supports for children and adults with disabilities and their families.  Each year, approximately 10,000 individuals and their families come to ACHIEVA for assistance and support.  We have led the way with significant changes for individuals with intellectual disabilities and our services have been replicated in the United States and around the world.  The ACHIEVA organization is held in high regard as a well managed and efficient nonprofit agency.

Alliance for Infants and Toddlers - The Alliance For Infants and Toddlers, Inc. was established in 1988 by a Federal grant to assist families of low birth weight infants. In 1992, The Alliance was chosen by Allegheny County as the Early Intervention Service Coordination Agency for families of children, ages birth to three years, who have developmental concerns. They are the Service Coordination unit for families of children receiving Early Intervention services (birth to three years of age) in Allegheny County.

D.A.R.T -DART is an acronym that stands for Discovery, Assessment, Referral and Tracking. The purpose of the AIU's DART program is to find eligible children, ages three to five, who have developmental delays or disabilities.  Our highly qualified staff of special educators, therapists, medical personnel, social workers, and psychologists deliver services to preschoolers with special needs and  help support their families.  Early Intervention services are free.

Blind & Vision Rehabilitation - With over 40 years of service to the children of Allegheny County, this mainstay of the community has provided vision screening to over 11,000 preschool aged children annually. These screening have led to the identification of correctable eye problems in nearly 500 children each year. Vision screening do not replace professional eye examinations, but screeners can detect deviations from normal vision and refer those children who do not meet expectations.

Family Links - Familylinks is here to help individuals and families who are struggling with mental health issues, developmental disabilities, addictions, abuse, behavioral problems, illnesses and other life challenges.