44 Years of Compassionate Care

Verland is a non-profit family of person-centered, community homes and services supporting more than 200 individuals with intellectual disabilities, many of whom have multiple physical challenges.

Our Facilities

Our facilities are located throughout Western Pennsylvania, spreading across Allegheny, Beaver, Fayette, Mercer and Venango Counties. Throughout our footprint we offer community living residential homes, intermediate care facilities, Adult Training Services, Rehabilitation Services, Health Services and more.

Our Services

Verland’s 47 homes are served by a staff of more than 500 specialized caregivers and supported by four adult training facilities centrally located near the homes. Staff members transport most of the residents to the nearest training facility for day programs and therapies.

Our Mission

We believe that every person deserves a safe, enriching, and stable environment in which to thrive with dignity and respect. Our mission is to provide individualized, innovative care and ongoing support for people in our community with complex physical and intellectual challenges.

The Verland Community

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We offer stable employment scheduling, excellent benefits, paid training, fair wages, job satisfaction, and the opportunity to make a difference in other people’s lives, as well as your own.
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Don’t Take Our Word For It

Verland Homes & Locations

Across Allegheny, Beaver, Fayette, Mercer and Venango Counties

Allegheny County

Beaver County

Fayette County

Mercer County

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Support Our Mission

Verland was established through the love and compassion of its three founders and the generosity of one individual who was inspired to share her good fortune with others by donating the land on which Verland’s Ohio Township campus was built.  Today, your support is needed to continue building community homes, expand the capacity of all facilities, and support our 230 individuals with loving care.
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