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Penn Pavilion

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Penn Pavilion

701 Penn Ave.
New Brighton, PA 15066
Phone: (724) 843-3212
Fax: (724) 847-8023

Contracting Agency: Pennsylvania Department of Correction, Pennsylvania Board of Probation & Parole, County Self Pay Program

Capacity: 160 males & females

Penn Pavilion is accredited with the American Correctional Association (ACA) scoring a rating of 100% on mandatory and non-mandatory standards.

CEC Penn Pavilion contracts with state and local governments to provide community residential reentry services to offenders released or diverted from prison. The Inpatient and Outpatient Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) Treatment Programs are licensed by the PA Department of Drug and Alcohol Programming.  Treatment focuses on substance abuse education and changing criminal behaviors. Penn Pavilion acts as a community-based Therapeutic Community (TC) providing treatment for Level II of the 24-month State Intermediate Punishment (SIP) Program. SIP is designed to provide an option in state prison sentencing for those offenders who have AOD issues (addiction or offense motivated by use of AOD); have less serious offenses; and, would have received a sentence of 30 months or more.

The Work Release Program focuses on academically and vocationally assessing residents to direct their efforts toward ultimately obtaining employment.  Counselors assist residents in obtaining vocational training and Adult Basic Education (ABE)/GED Services and coordinate with Parole on client needs in attending additional parole mandated groups.

Penn Pavilion partners with local non-profit and government agencies for community services. The Self-Pay Program provides an alternative to incarceration for county offenders facing mandatory sentencing for DUI and various other drug-related convictions. Penn Pavilion provides all program participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to lead productive lifestyles prior to reintegration into their communities.

Visitation Schedule:

Saturday
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm AOD residents
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Female WR residents

Sunday
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm AOD residents
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Male WR residents

Visitation Rules:

The following general rules apply to all visits:

  • Penn Pavilion allows infant and children visitors, children are included in the number of visitors (4 visitors allowed per resident at a time). Penn Pavilion staff and/or the resident’s referring jurisdiction (DOC or Parole) can deny any visitor, including children, for different reasons.
  • Residents are required to complete a visitor’s list and submit to his counselor for approval. Visitors not on the list will not be permitted in the building. Residents are permitted only 4 visitors at one time, this includes children
  • All visitors must display photo identification. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian. In some cases, based upon the nature of a resident’s offense, visits from minor children will never be permitted for any reason under any circumstance. Residents with crimes involving minor children may never receive a visit from any child without prior written authorization from the Center Director
  • Victims and/or codefendants are never permitted to visit. Parolees, inmates, or former residents are not permitted without the prior written approval of the Center Director
  • Visitors will be permitted to bring clothing, money and personal hygiene items at this time. Food items or liquids are prohibited
  • All visitors entering the facility are subject to search. All bags, purses or other containers will be left in the visitor’s vehicle
  • Any guest found to be intoxicated or under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol will be asked to leave the facility. Any behaviors deemed inappropriate by on duty staff may result in immediate termination of the visit and loss of visiting privileges for a specified time. Visitors may be permanently banned from entering the facility. Examples: loud boisterous behavior, any physical contact of a sexual nature, suspicious behavior or characteristics indicating possible drug or alcohol use, etc. In some cases, the police may be called to the facility or the visitor may be asked to leave the facility
  • Once a visit begins, the resident will not be permitted to leave the visiting area until the visit is concluded. Visitors are restricted to the visiting area only. If a visitor needs to use the staff bathroom, the visitor must request authorization from staff on duty
  • Prohibited items include: cameras, video and cell-phone equipment, weapons, illegal drugs or intoxicants, narcotic medication, alcohol are prohibited, and any items listed as contraband in the resident handbook
  • If a visitor requires accommodations due to disability, please advise Center Staff so that special arrangements can be made based upon the individual needs of the visitor

ANNUAL REPORT

COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTERS

PENN PAVILION & ALLE KISKI PAVILION

An Annual Report for Community Education Centers, 35 Fairfield Place, West Caldwell, NJ 07006  for Fiscal Year 2015 is available upon request for viewing at Penn Pavilion, New Brighton,PA and Alle Kiski Pavilion, Arnold, PA. Penn Pavilion and Alle Kiski Pavilion owned and operated by Community Educations Centers, West Caldwell, New Jersey