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Last Updated On: 09/27/2021
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ARIN Intermediate Unit 28


Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

We will provide innovative educational programs, training and support services through partnerships and visionary leadership in Armstrong and Indiana Counties.

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Dr. Brigette D. Matson -  Executive Director

Contact Person(s)

Danielle Patterson - Executive/Board Secretary

Contact Number(s)

724-463-5300 - Telephone

724-463-5315 - Fax

Contact Email(s)

Web Addresses

Primary Address

ARIN IU 28 Central Office
2895 West Pike
Indiana, PA, 15701-9769

Additional Addresses

ARIN Adult Education Program
PA CareerLink, Indiana County
300 Indian Springs Road
Indiana, PA, 15701

Service Information

Service Area

Armstrong and Indiana Counties

Service Description

Special Education programs and services for pupils with disabilities and/or those who demonstrate giftedness

Psychological Services for consultation, assessment, and crisis intervention in school districts

Transportation services for pupils with disabilities

Technical assistance in procedural safeguards, positive behavior support, literacy, least restrictive envionment, transition, and interagency coordination

Educational technology including computer training, assistance, assessment, and planning

Curriculum development and technical assistance

Drug and Alcohol Education training for transportation providers in the private and public sectors

Health-related services for eligible pupils with disabilities

Training and staff development for faculties of all educational levels and administrators in educational settings, and agencies and businesses

Preschool and school-age special education programs and services

Adult Education, GED Prep, ESL, and Family Literacy

Specialized Programs: Early Intervention, Homeless Education, Minority Youth, Parent-Child Home Program, Teen Parenting, Drug and Alcohol Education, Even Start, Family Literacy



Available Hours

8:00 am - 4:15 pm / Monday through Friday

Fees/Cost for Services


Eligibility Requirements

Varies depending upon program or service.

Miscellaneous Information

Handicap Accessibility


Volunteer Need


Volunteer Description

Volunteer Opportunities: Individual Volunteering Opportunities Small group tutoring, One-on-one tutoring, Classroom tutor, Program support, Organizational Volunteering Opportunities GED Graduation Ceremony, Support for GED scholarships, Tutor Requirements Tutoring commitment of at least three hours weekly, Four year post-secondary degree, Completion of tutor training

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