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Wordsworth Academy

Not for Profit - Charitable
100 - 250 employees  |  

Wordsworth provides a full continuum of mental health and education services for children and adolescents. We are proudly accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (Joint Commissions) and recognized as a leader in the local provider community. Wordsworth staff are passionate in their work and dedicated to providing quality care and compassionate support to clients and their families.

Wordsworth recognizes and respects the differing cultural beliefs, values, attitudes and expectations of our clients and families. Actively partnering with the family and child, our team of professionals assesses needs and strengths and builds a plan for achievable goals. We can link effective education, treatment and care for optimal positive outcomes. With an array of comprehensive services of varying intensity, we provide the opportunity for continuous improvement. Wordsworth responds to the changing requirements of our community, children, and families. In an environment of mutual respect and understanding, Wordsworth maintains a skilled and dedicated staff to achieve our mission with compassionate care.

Wordsworth provides high-quality human services to children and adolescents who have special learning, social adjustment, dependency or behavioral health needs. Individuals requiring a range of special services have access to the appropriate level of care based on the needs of each child and can receive services from multiple systems of care.

Career Opportunities

Are you interested in helping improve the lives of children and their families? Is working on a dedicated team important to you?
Is helping to provide children services and support as important to you as it is to us?
If you share that sense of mission, why not join the Wordsworth community?


The mission of Wordsworth, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1952, is to provide quality education, treatment and care to children and families with special needs. The primary objective is to help each client be successful in his or her family and community. This is best accomplished by drawing on the strengths and resources of each child and family and developing a vision with real outcomes and achievable goals.


3905 Ford Road
Philadelphia, PA 19131-2824

Fax 215.871.3412