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Pennsylvania

1200 Route 92 South

Tunkhannock, PA 18657

Phone: 570-388-6155


EIHAB’s Pennsylvania facility is located amid the rolling hills of Tunkhannock, located on scenic Route 92. The tranquil setting offers an ideal environment for our individuals to thrive, as they take part in therapeutic activities across our beautiful campus.


Our first-rate Children’s Services aim to empower youth and build a brighter future. EIHAB’s comprehensive Diagnostic and Evaluation (D&E) Program allows us to determine the appropriate level of care to meet the needs of young people facing behavioral health challenges. We also offer a robust education program for children, grades four through twelve, at a private academic school (licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education) on the premises. In addition to providing special education classes, our highly trained teachers offer emotional support, giving students a greater sense of structure and a chance to hone daily living skills, enabling them to flourish.


All program participants have access to an Olympic-sized swimming pool, gymnasium and fitness center, as well as numerous recreational spaces and a state-of-the-art multimedia center. Many enjoy managing our on-site vegetable garden and the calming effect it provides.


A group home on the campus provides residential services and supervised care for up to six children, while EIHAB’s two off-campus houses deliver similar services in a community-based setting. Each house contains immaculate living and dining spaces, with easy access into the community for recreational activities and daily outings. We also operate group homes for physically and mentally challenged adults throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Among the other programs and services we provide are:

Most recently, EIHAB has been approved to open a new substance abuse treatment center at the facility. The program (expected to launch in September 2016) will provide a wealth of support services for 32 adolescents, ages 13-19, to guide them along their path to recovery. Services will include one-on-one therapy (with a staffing ratio of 6:1), as well as vocational training. Individuals will also attend classes at the high school on the premises, and will have access to several recreational activities.


Note: All SFAs must inform families about the availability and location of free meals for students via the Summer Food Service Program. This is required even if the SFA is not participating in the Summer Food Program. For more information please visit www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks


With continued guidance and support, our goal is for everyone to reach their fullest potential in our care.