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Tourest Bureau

Tourist Bureau

The Armstrong County Tourist Bureau is a resource for anyone planning a visit to our region. Weather it be Hiking, Fishing, camping or busness related we have information for you.



The Armstrong County Industrial Development Council (ACIDC) is a private, non-profit economic development agency that provides single-point-of-contact service for emerging or expanding business and industry. Owners of industrial parks and leasable facilities, the ACIDC works closely with government agencies and financial institutions to present prospective clients with a variety of resources necessary to facilitate expansion and relocation into any part of Armstrong County.

Conservation Dist.

Conservation District

The Armstrong Conservation District works to restore degraded watersheds, promote sustainable farms, healthy forests, and growing vibrant and sustainable communities. The District will work with many private and public partners for the betterment of our natural resources and the citizens of Armstrong County. The District provides technical, administrative, and financial support through many programs such as the dirt, gravel, low volume roads program; the agricultural lands preservation program; the erosion and sediment pollution control program; the watershed protection and restoration program; and many other outreach efforts of the District



The Armstrong County Jail, which opened in August of 2003, has a capacity of 158 inmates. The facility grants a safe environment to the Armstrong County community by providing the care and control of the jail's residents.


Belmont Complex

For over 50 years, the Belmont Complex has been a recreational facility that draws over 40,000 residents and visitors alike to the arena, pool and banquet facilities yearly.

Subcontracted Services


Available Subcontracted In-Home Services
     •Housekeeping Assistance: Can offer periodic assistance with       light cleaning, laundry or errands
     •Personal Care: Offer assistance with hygienic needs such as       bathing, grooming and dressing
     •Respite: Offer supervision for an incapacitated person freeing        the caretaker to handle other tasks
     •Companion: Offer staff to perform errands or serve as a contact        for the isolated
     •Personal Assistance Service: Offer intensive hands-on care and        assistance with other activities of daily living.
  Subcontracted In-Home Service
The Area Agency on Aging maintains contracts with service providers who service consumers directly. The AAA determines eligibility for service and forwards service authorizations for specific tasks and allotted times to the provider. The provider then arranges for service provision through their complement of staff and in turn bills our agency for services rendered.
Consumers are asked by the provider's workers to sign a statement at the end of each visit to indicate for our agency that the authorized tasks were satisfactorily completed in the amount of time indicated.
Scheduling Service by Subcontractor
The provider's administrative staff will initially call you with a start date and time. When making doctor appointments, etc., try to make your appointments around this day. Without advance notification, due to the volume of consumers served, the provider will be unable to reschedule your services. (Providers direct-service workers are unable to designate schedule changes).
     •Workers will not work in the absence of supervision available on the premises.
     •If workers complete all authorized tasks in less than the authorized service time, they are       required to immediately move on to another consumer. If workers have overlooked an       authorized task, consumers should feel free to ask workers to complete task if time allotted       permits.
     •Workers are not permitted to transport consumers.
     •Some tasks (such as cleaning of refrigerators) are only performed on an as-needed basis       rather than regularly on each visit.
     •When workers shop or launder clothing at laundromats, they are required to handle these       tasks at the closest store or laundromat.
     •Workers will not perform tasks which your caseworker has not authorized. If you need to       request that your authorization be extended to include additional tasks, you will need to       contact your caseworker.
Cancellations/Scheduling Changes
If you need to cancel a single home visit due to illness, doctor appointment, etc., you must contact the provider. They also need to be contacted directly to make schedule changes.
If you need to cancel your service for more than a single visit, please make your cancellation through your caseworker at the Area Agency on Aging at 724-548-3290 or 1-800-368-1066.
Redetermination of Service Eligibility
Eligibility for service is re-evaluated by Agency on Aging staff no less than bi-annually. AAA workers will re-evaluate medical conditons as they impact on functioning, changes in consumer supports who may be able to offer assistance, etc.
Service Limitations
Housekeeping Assistance- for efficiency and to maximize service provision, workers will only perform those specific duties authorized by your caseworker in an alloted amount of time. Assistance can be authorized for routine cleaning of immediate living areas inside the home. Workers cannot be permitted to scrub on hands and knees, to move furniture or to climb on ladders. (Non-routine cleaning, etc. can be considered for authorization under the Chore program if needed to remedy a health hazard). Workers will dust around valuables to avoid accidents.
The service is intended as light assistance as opposed to an industrial cleaning service.
If at any time you have a concern about your service, please call your caseworker at the AAA with details regarding worker's name, date, time, etc.