TRPIL - Transitional Paths to Independent Living

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69 East Beau Street
Washington, PA 15301
Voice: 724-223-5115
TTY: 724-228-4028
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22 People
Currently transitioned

TRPIL can assist you in transitioning from a facility to live independently in the manner you want, in the community of your choice.

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Transitional Paths to Independent Living: Homepage > Who We Serve

Who We Serve

It's straightforward: Anyone who self-identifies as having a disability that affects a major life area (for example, the ability to work) can come through our doors and get support to identify and achieve their goals. The charts below provide data based upon contacts with individuals who voluntarily self reported answers to questions for data collection purposes.

Our services are a partnership. We don't give you all the answers; we help you find them.

Consumer Demographics Pie Charts

Multicolored pie chart, the largest sections of which represent disabilities with Physical (largest), Multiple Disabilities (second largest), and Mental/Emotional (third largest). Other slices represent sensory and other disabilities.
DISABILITY.     Percentages: Cognitive: 4%, Mental/Emotional: 5%, Physical: 55%, Hearing: 1%, Vision: 1%, Multiple: 29%, Other: 3%.

Multicolored pie chart about Race & Enthnicity, which shows an overwhelming majority of White consumers, with second-largest slice of less than 25% represents Black or African-American consumers. Other slices represent other race and ethnicity categories. This is reflective of the communities we serve.
RACE & ETHNICITY. Percentages: American Indian or Alaska Native: 0%, Asian: 0%, Black or African American: 15%, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander: 0%, White: 83%, Hispanic/Latino of any race or Hispanic/Latino Only: 1%, Two or more races: 1%, Race and ethnicity unknown: 0%.

Multicolored pie chart, which shows an Age breakdown, the largest sections of which represent ages 25 to 59 (largest), 60 and older (second largest), and other slices represent younger age categories.
AGE. Percentages: Under 5 years old: 0%, Ages 5 – 19: 1%, Ages 20 – 24: 4%, Ages 25 – 59: 51%, Age 60 and Older: 42%.

Bicolored pie chart, indicating that gender split between our consumers is essentially even, with women slightly more numerous.
GENDER. Percentages: Females: 52%, Males: 48%.

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