Community Opportunities, Inc. (COI)
COI is the holding company for and manages the affairs of the Community Service Centers. COI has also been responsible for the development of the Family Service Center project.
Tenants which are located in the Community Action campus include:
Community Service Center
Southwestern Pennsylvania Area Agency on Aging
Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
Communities In Schools
Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers of Fayette County
Child Care Information Services
NAACP, Fayette Branch
Life's Work of Western PA
Transitional Employment Consultants
Family Service Center
Cornerstone Care Dental and Medical
L & I Field Accounting
L & I Unemployment Compensation (Referee)
Westmoreland County Community College
WCCC Senior Employment
Administrative Service Center
Worker's Compensation Office of Adjudication
Cornerstone Care- Uniontown
Cornerstone Care is located at 140 North Beeson Blvd.. Uniontown. Primary and preventative medical services are located in suite 300; Dental services in suite 401. Cornerstone Care Inc. is a Federally Qualified Health Center dedicated to providing quality primary health and dental care to persons of all ages. Cornerstone’s physicians and dentists are board certified and committed to helping each patient manage illness and strive to maintain life-long health. Medicare, Medicaid and many private insurance is accepted. A sliding fee scale is available to patients without insurance. Call 724-439-1628, select option 1 for medical appointments, select option 2 for dental appointments. Same day appointments often available.
Community Foundation of Fayette County
Several community leaders created the Community Foundation of Fayette County in late 1999. With the help of Teeter Associates, Inc., a resource development consultant, the initial funding for operations, grant making, and permanent endowment was obtained from several private foundations in our region. A popular matching program encouraged the creation of a number of additional charitable funds by local residents and pushed early support for the organization to almost $1.5 million.