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Pressley Ridge

Strong Families.
Each year, nearly 8,000 families find the strength to succeed through Pressley Ridge’s 70+ innovative programs – all of which share a common goal of establishing stable families and lifelong relationships. We believe that treatment should be a family endeavor, and we want our families to feel empowered and engaged to work alongside us to achieve their individualized goals.

Strong Communities.
Our impact extends well beyond the families we serve and into the communities in which they live. We believe that children and adults with strong family relationships have the power to positively contribute to society.

Pressley Ridge is a social impact organization that strengthens communities in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. Our services include foster care, mental and behavioral health – offered in home, school, community or residential settings – and specialized education for students, including those with autism and deafness.
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Through our trauma-sensitive approach and family engagement models, Pressley Ridge’s goal is to create lifelong connections. Our services include foster care; community-based mental and behavioral health; residential treatment; and specialized education for both autistic and Deaf students, as well as alternative education for students with behavioral issues.... Read more


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Pittsburgh, PA


1,100 US Employees


Human & Social Services

Recent Awards

Company Snapshots

Pressley Ridge 2018 Employees of the Year
Pressley Ridge celebrates 30+ year Employees
Supporting Foster Parent recruitment
Pressley Ridge employees support CEO Susanne Cole's Smart 50 Award
Pressley Ridge employees enjoying Hard Hat tour of new School for Autism and School for the Deaf