Partner Agencies

Dan Steighner
339 North Washington Street
Butler, PA 16001
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County's mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth and to assist them in becoming confident, competent and caring individuals by providing committed volunteers.

Butler County Alliance for Children
Denna Hayes
1015 East Jefferson Street Suite B 
Butler, PA 16001


Child advocacy centers are child-friendly locations where members of the multidisciplinary investigative team (MDIT), consisting of child welfare personnel, law enforcement officials, medical and mental professionals, prosecution and victim advocates meet to coordinate a response to allegations of child abuse, including child sexual abuse and child physical abuse.

Child advocacy centers are designed to focus first on the needs of child victims and their non-offending caregivers throughout the investigation and intervention process.  By doing so, the overall stress experienced by child victims is reduced and overall the quality of investigations are improved.

Butler County Children's Center
Steven Green
139 Rieger Road
Butler, PA 16001

Butler County Children's Center, a private, non-profit corporation and academic school, has been providing a variety of children's programs since 1973.  The Center is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors composed of parents and community leaders.  Butler County Children's Center is the grantee agency for the Butler County Head Start Program and the Child Care Information Services Agency of Butler County.

Butler County Family YMCA
Dave Hilliard
339 North Washington Street
Butler, PA 16001


The Butler County Family YMCA is a non-profit, community service organization that provides health and social services to families and emphasizes the development of four core values: caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. YMCA programs put Christian principles into practice and promote good health, strong families, youth leadership, commuity development, and international understanding.

Catholic Charities
212 Ninth Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Butler County Office
Amber Crowe
120 New Castle Street
Butler, PA 16001


Catholic Charities provides services related to strengthening and enhancing family life.  Services include Family/Marital Counseling, Pregnancy and Parenting, Adoption, Housing and Homeless Services, Bridge Housing, Tangible Assistance, and Information and Referral.

Center for Community Resources, Inc.
Michael Robb
220 South Main Street Suite 407
Butler, PA 16001


CCR coordinates supportive services for individuals and families seeking information & referral for mental health, intellectual disabilities, substance abuse, and other human service needs. We serve over 13,000 people each year in Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Crawford, Indiana, Lawrence, Mercer and Venango counties.

Community Care Connections Inc
Patricia Brennen
114 Skyline Drive
Butler, PA 16001


Community Care Connections provides educational, recreational adult daycare, residential and in-home support services to individuals who have physically and/or mentally handicapping conditions.


Community Health Clinic of Butler Co
Kim Reamer
103 Bonnie Drive
Butler, PA 16002

To provide primary health and dental care to our uninsured and income-eligible neighbors in Butler County.  

Connecting2Tomorrow Inc
Michael Liebler
127 Franklin Street
PO Box 1884
Butler, PA 16003


Connecting2Tomorrow Inc is focused on providing teens and young adults with the fundamental life and leadership skills that will change their outlook, and enable them to be successful and responsible members of our community.


Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania
Patricia Burkart
30 Isabella Street Suite 107
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
412-594-2215 or 1-800-248-3355


Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania serves approximately 40,000 girls and 15,000 adult volunteers in a 27-county area.  Girl Scouting inspires and empowers girls on their journey of self-discovery by providing a physically and emotionally safe, girls-only environment.  It provides girl-focused and girl-driven program opportunities that inspire leadership, self-confidence, diversity and accountability to their communites on a local, national and global scale.

Glade Run Lutheran Services
Dr. Charles T. Lockwood
P.O. Box 70
Zelienople, PA 16063


Provides mental health, educational and social welfare services for children, youth, individuals and families offered in both residential and in-community settings.

Grapevine Center Inc
Bette Peoples
140 North Elm Street Suite B
Butler, PA 16001


The Grapevine Center is a safe, comfortable place for individuals who are in recovery from mental illness and/or drug and alcohol addiction to enjoy socializing in a stigma free environment.

Lifesteps Inc
Karen Sue Owens
383 New Castle Road
Butler, PA 16001


Providing programs and services to help individuals and families with life’s changing needs…serving infants, preschoolers, children, adults, and the elderly.

Mental Health Association
Jeff Mascara
140 North Elm Street Suite A
Butler, PA 16001

The MHA provides services to individuals and their families who experience mental illness. These include representative payee, guardianship, adult, class and education advocacy, adult friendship and children's summer programming, Voyagers.

The Arc of Butler County
John Link
Pullman Commerce Center
112 Hollywood Drive Suite 202
Butler, PA 16001


Since incorporating in 1957, The Arc of Butler County has served individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through Advocacy, Informing individuals and families of their rights and provision residential and vocational services.

The Lighthouse Foundation
Cindy Cipolleti
1302 Cruishank Road
Butler, PA 16002

The Lighthouse Foundation provides 17 varied, unduplicated services to 6,500 individuals and families throughout Butler County that address emergency/critical care, transitioning and empowerment needs.

Victim Outreach Intervention Center (VOICe)

111 South Cliff Street, Rear
Butler, PA 16001

VOICe works within our community to bring about social change and provide survivors with the ability to take control of their lives using the multitude of departments within this agency. Those are 24 hour hotline, transitional and permanent supervised housing, individual, family and group counseling, legal advocacy economic support, children's programming and couseling, prevention education, workplace education and assisstance, and community outreach.

YWCA of Butler
Margaret Clawson
120 West Cunningham Street
Butler, PA 16001

The YWCA of Butler has sevral areas of programming:  Traditional Programs, Personal Care Residence, Under Our Wings, and Parker Personal Care Programs.  All YWCA programs benefit the public.