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Passavant Memorial Homes Family of Services (PMHFOS)
Quality care for individuals with intellectual disabilities and behavioral health needs
Quality care for individuals with intellectual disabilities and behavioral health needs
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Tickets for the 1st Annual PMH Benefit Bash are on sale NOW! Tickets are $15 and include a concert featuring No Bad JuJu, and an appetizer and dessert buffet! All proceeds will be allocated toward start-up costs for community homes for individuals with disabilities that our consumers will ultimately call their home. Tickets can be purchased at any of the Day Program locations, or you may contact Ashley Lovell or Colleen Perry at 412-820-1015 ext. 565 or 521. This is a family friendly event, so please invite friends, family, and anyone who may be interested!
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Today, Passavant Memorial Homes is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3), human services provider organization whose mission is to empower individuals with intellectual disabilities and behavioral health needs to live successfully in the community. Through a continuum of care, the highest quality supports are always provided, while promoting choice and independence to over 800 children, adults, and seniors.

Under the excellent leadership of Rick D. Senft, Passavant Memorial Homes has experienced tremendous growth through the development of its related corporations, the purpose of which is to enhance and improve the lives of those with intellectual disabilities. Accessible Dental Services (Dental), Life Enrichment Trust (Financial), InvivaSpan Health (Medical), PDC Pharmacy (Pharmacy), and Passavant Memorial Homes Foundation, are together known as the Passavant Memorial Homes Family of Services. Just as a family cares for one another, together these companies offer a wide range of supports to address the special needs and unique desires of individuals with disabilities.
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