In partnership with Adams County Children, Youth and Families Department, our JusticeWorks Adams County team hosted a Child Car seat training on November 28th 2017, providing installation information coupled with a demonstration session.
Finding the proper care seat for your child can be a challenge. There are multiple styles, safety harness apparatus’s, and lengthy regulations. Like any other tool, if not used properly, it can be ineffective in protecting your child in a case of an accident. read more…
Dan was recently elected to the Board of the Mattress Factory museum, located in Pittsburgh’s Northside neighborhood.
Founded in 1977, the Mattress Factory is a contemporary art museum and experimental lab featuring site-specific installations created by artists in residence from around the world. The Mattress Factory’s mission is to: provide artists with an integrated residency and exhibition program, to educate and encourage people to understand and experience the multi-disciplinary creative process of installation artists, and to energize its urban neighborhood through expansion and development of artistic and education programs. The Mattress Factory hosts a variety of programs for elementary, middle and high school students reaching thousands of children each year. read more…
For a remarkable ninth year in a row, JusticeWorks YouthCare has been named by Pittsburgh Business Times as one of Pittsburgh’s 100 Fastest Growing Companies! JusticeWorks is ranked 11th in the Professional Services category.
Our continuous growth (now in 40 Pennsylvania counties, soon to be a fully state-wide South Carolina provider, and expansion in Florida) is testament to our doing ‘whatever it takes’ to achieve positive outcomes for our clients and to be a user-friendly, cost-effective resource for the public sector.
This extraordinary record of achievement is only possible because of the dedication and hard work of each and every one of our JusticeWorks employees. Thanks to all of our employees for their continued efforts to build better futures for youth, family, and community–and for keeping JusticeWorks’ thriving. Under the leadership of our President and CEO, Dan Heit, we are a trusted provider that’s been able to replicate our successes over the past 18 years.
Congratulations JusticeWorks YouthCare!
JusticeWorks Founder & President Dan Heit has been selected as a member of the 2017 Smart 50 Awards presented by Arthur J. Gallagher.
The Smart 50 recognizes the top executives of the 50 smartest companies in the region for their ability to effectively build and lead successful organizations. Dan will be recognized with fellow members at the Smart 50 Awards program on November 9th at The Fairmont Pittsburgh, and featured in a special editorial report in the November edition of Smart Business Pittsburgh.
Congratulations Dan! All of us at JusticeWorks share the same sentiment.
The mission of JusticeWorks is to fill in missing links in existing service systems to improve outcomes for troubled youth and their families, while maximizing public resources and improving the quality of life for the communities it serves. Pike County is no exception to our long standing tradition of positively supporting the community. Pike County Children and Youth identified a gap in care for the youth they serve. At their request, JusticeWorks will be offering Independent Living services. We will be providing skills training that will ensure the youth of Pike County have a successful transition into adulthood. We are proud to be selected by Pike County to support this vulnerable population.
The end of the 2016-2017 school year has arrived, and Compass Academy Lycoming was able to celebrate our second annual end-of-year open house on June 1! Numerous partners from surrounding counties were in attendance including Lycoming County Commissioner Tony Mussare, Lycoming County Judge Gray along with Hearing Masters Dana Jacques and Diane Turner, several representatives from Lycoming College including Lori Lyons and Dr. Kerry Richmond, Williamsport YMCA Director Darnell Hayes, Lycoming County Juvenile Probation Chief Ed Robbins and more! read more…