Your Support Matters: When a job is everything

Your Support Matters: When a job is everything

For employees at Allied Services William Warren Vocational Training Center in Scranton, their time spent at work is more than just a chance to earn a wage. Its a chance to learn new skills; to discover their talents; to meet new friends; to take on new responsibilities.

Since 1959, the Vocational Services Division at Allied Services has existed to give individuals with disabilities the opportunity to achieve their full social, vocational, and economic potential. Through specialized training and supervision, individuals learn key work-related skills, allowing them to earn a real wage for a real job. Our employees gain a sense of pride and accomplishment in their achievements and our customers benefit from a trained and eager work force capable of producing consistently high quality work. 

Allied Services provides a range of vocational services for individuals with disabilities that support the individual's goals, whether at our training centers in Scranton and Stroudsburg, at Allied Services or community work sites throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. Your support helps us to continue providing these empowering and life-changing programs. Make a contribution today.

Your support matters

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Allied Services has provided life-sustaining care to more than 4,000 people daily in homes and facilities throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania. Our staff has supported 312 individuals based in community mental health programs; cared for 506 residents at skilled nursing, personal care and assisted living facilities; coordinated services that enable 665 people to live safely at home; guided 1872 people through their rehabilitation at rehab hospital and centers; provided residential care to 109 adults with cognitive and physical disabilities; created an extra layer of support for 261 hospice and palliative care patients.

Pledge your support here.