Community-Based Programs

The Academy Community-Based Programs in Allegheny County

Healthy Alternatives, Opportunities for Progress

The Academy Integrated Program is a unique educational and rehabilitative program for students in grades 8 – 12 that is unlike any other.  By combining the rigorous and nurturing environment of New Academy Charter School with the broad counseling opportunities offered in the after-school program, this community-based alternative to residential treatment truly achieves a “holistic” approach to growth and development.

The Academy Community-Based Program in Lawrence County

The Community Resource Program (CRP) is designed to provide support, structure and guidance for students have have demonstrated the need for such community-based intervention.  The ultimate goal is to encourage each student to improve their behavior, school attendance and performance and/or social interactions while remaining ingrained in their home, school and community environments.

The Community Resource Program provides school-based behavior support staff who meet with students within their high school environment as needed.  Students also receive employment assistance and participate in community-service programs.  


The Community-Based Programs Annual Report is made available to all stakeholders upon request to: Corporate Communications Coordinator, 900 Agnew Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15227 or