UCP currently provides both community and center-based programs and services in 17 Central Pennsylvania counties, serving nearly 4,000 people with disabilities and their families.
Offering individuals with disabilities equipment evaluations and trials.
Even before she became the new president and CEO of UCP Central PA on May 1, Judith McCowan knew she would have a job
to do, one that she called “Priority 1.”
- via cpbj.com (Photo / Amy Spangler)
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