Barber National Institute in Warren, PA

Bollinger Campus

Services for Adults in Warren, PA

The programs at the Bollinger Campus enrich the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities and their families in Warren and Forest Counties, PA. The Bollinger Campus strives to provide the most innovative vocational, life and social opportunities through a caring and dedicated staff.

We bring opportunities to adults with intellectual disabilities for independence at work, at home and in our community.

Our goal is to enhance self-worth and provide the resources for productive, fulfilling lives and full inclusion in the Warren, PA region.

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Update on Bollinger Campus

The Community Participation (CPS) programs on the Bollinger Campus of the Barber National Institute reopened on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021 to serve adults with disabilities in the Warren-Forest region.

The programs, located at the facility at North State Street in North Warren, were temporarily closed as of Dec. 7, 2020 at the recommendation of the Office of Developmental Programs due to the “substantial” level of Covid-19 infections in the community.

In response to reductions in community infection rates, the programs reopened to provide adults with a wide variety of opportunities, including job exploration, social and work skill development, arts and crafts, exercise classes and arts and crafts.  In addition, a small number of activities in less crowded, open areas in the community are being made available.

All safety protocols continue in place, including mandatory mask-wearing by participants and staff, social distancing practices and enhanced disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. 

Several other services continued during the CPS temporary closure, including the Small Group Employment Program for cleaning contracts at area businesses and government agencies, and In-Home and Community Supports to meet needs in the home setting.

Supported employment services have also been provided for adults with jobs at local businesses.  Job developers continue to be available to work with businesses interested in hiring adults for employment as part of their labor force.  For more information, businesses should contact the Bollinger Supported Employment program at  814-723-8431.


 Employment Services

Employment services help individuals with intellectual disabilities
build job readiness and also help locate a job in the community.

+ Small Group Employment

+ Supported Employment

+ Pre-Employment Transition Services

+ Production Services




Adult Day Programs

Adult Day Services offer an assortment of options to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities and make the most of their individual strengths. 

+ BEinspired Art Program

+ Community Participation Supports

+ In-Home and Community Supports