Welcome to the Achievement Center

For 95 years, the Achievement Center has provided quality therapeutic services to children and families across the Erie region. Our programs are designed to meet the unique needs of children and adolescents who are experiencing emotional, physical or behavioral challenges.

Our mission is to maximize the potential of each of the 3,400 children we serve each year.

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About Us

Serving more than 3,400 children each year, the Achievement Center helps children and young adults to maximize their potential. With a variety of therapeutic services for children, from birth to age 21, the Achievement Center has expanded and grown to help children and families in Erie, Crawford, Forest, and Warren, Pennsylvania.

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Our Services

The Achievement Center is a leading provider of quality therapeutic services for children ages birth to young adulthood. We offer 15 distinct programs staffed by highly skilled, qualified, and compassionate individuals who are leaders in their clinical fields.

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In order to continue providing the children we serve with the highest quality of care, we need your support. Your generosity makes it possible for us to fund our programs and services that benefit thousands of children each year.

Proud to be at the Erie Trauma Summit! #traumainformederie ... See MoreSee Less

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We hope that you had a chance to see our Chalkwalk at Celebrate Erie! We had a blast participating! 🙃🙃 ... See MoreSee Less

As summer winds down and we prepare to begin another school year, we would like to thank our EITC donors for making it possible to take our summer literacy program to local schools. Thanks to donations from Erie Insurance, MacDonald Illig Jones & Britton LLP, and Scott Enterprises, students at Edison Elementary School, Tracy Elementary School, and Girard School District’s Elk Valley Elementary were able to beat the “summer slide” during a week long reading camp at their school. Over 80 total students built reading skill and interest during the program and went home with a copy of each of the six books read throughout the week. ... See MoreSee Less