Compassion, Excellence, and Hope since 1958
Dickinson Center, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 organization providing behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and children's prevention services in rural Northwestern Pa.
DCI is recognized as one of the leading rural behavioral health providers in Northwestern Pennsylvania, and has evolved into an organization with nearly 200 employees operating in Elk, Cameron, Potter, McKean, Forest, Warren, Jefferson, and Clearfield counties.
Dickinson Center, Inc. was formed in 1958 and named to honor its founder, Dr. Robert J. Dickinson. The name was officially changed to Dickinson Center, Inc. as part of the agency's re-branding initiative in March 2011. The tag line “Compassion, Excellence, Hope since 1958” reflects our commitment to service excellence.
Dickinson Center, Inc. was awarded accreditation under the Standards for Excellence program. This accreditation is bestowed by the Pennsylvania Association of Non-Profit Organizations only to the most well-managed and responsibly governed nonprofit organizations that have demonstrated compliance with 55 specific Standards for Excellence based on honesty, integrity, fairness, respect, trust, responsibility, and accountability. Dickinson Center, Inc. has met, complied with, and integrated the Standards for Excellence into all its activities to successfully complete this voluntary accreditation program. Dickinson Center, Inc. was first awarded this Seal of Excellence in September 2010.
For more information about the Standards for Excellence Program, please visit www.pano.org/Standards-For-Excellence