About Adelphoi

Adelphoi is a principal provider of services to at-risk youth and families, and the leading provider of delinquency services to youth in Pennsylvania dedicated to providing a continuum of quality services to children and families. Headquartered in Latrobe, Westmoreland County, Adelphoi has programs in over 30 counties throughout the state, including group homes, foster and adoptive services, education, and in-home and mental health programs.

Adelphoi is focused on serving communities of need through exemplary and affordable human service programs for children, youth, and families.

Adelphoi House was founded in 1971 by a Benedictine Monk from Saint Vincent Archabbey, Father Paschal Morlino, which was a single group home for troubled boys in need of a second chance. During our rich history, Adelphoi, the Greek word for “my brothers for whom I am concerned,” has served over 60,000 youth and families, enabling them to lead independent, productive lives. Today, anchored by a 20-acre campus that includes an education center, charter school, administration building, secure units, multipurpose recreational center, health and wellness center, and various residential facilities, Adelphoi serves 950 youth and families on a daily basis.

Adelphoi also provides an extensive network of community-based programs and services including residential group homes, foster/adoptive care, a charter school, in-home and community-based services, multisystemic therapy, education programs, mental health services, secure care and other services overlap to provide a complete continuum of care to children, youth, and families. Commitment to quality is a very real part of the Adelphoi mission, evident in the care provided to youth and reflected in our service outcomes.