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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who does Clarion County's Promise serve?
A: Clarion County's Promise (CCP) serves all children, youth, and families living within Clarion County school districts.

Q: Is CCP a part of Children and Youth Service?
A: No. CCP assists families involved with Children and Youth Services, but we are a private non-profit.

Q: What does it cost?
A: CCP programs are all free of charge. At times, a donation may be requested; however, no one will ever be denied access to our programs.

Q: How do I know if I qualify for your programs?
A: If you live within the boundaries of one of Clarion County's  school districts and have or are expecting children, you qualify.

Q: What programs do you offer?
A: Please see the "Services and Programs" section of this website for more information on our programs.

Q: How often do you come to my house?
A: The frequency of our visits depend on the needs of the individual family.

Q: Are you part of the county mental health system?
A: No. We are a private non-profit.

Q: Where are you located?
A: We have 3 locations:
  • Our Main Office is located at 1120 East Main St. in Clarion (next to Agway, above Designs by Donnell hair salon).
  • Our Keystone Center is located in the old Salem School building on Community Road in Lamartine (next to the community building).
  • Our North Clarion center is located in the North Clarion High School.

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    Research shows that if the Five Promises, as defined by America's Promise, are consistently fulfilled, they can significantly advance the health and well being of the next generation -- increasing the chances of youth becoming successful adults.