Auberle is a non-profit Catholic agency that seeks to help troubled familes and children heal themselves.
The agency has been able to help thousands of children and their families through residential care, foster care, emergency shelter, in-home intervention, education and community programs. Family preservation, the reuniting of families in a positive home environment and preparing children to be responsible adults are the ultimate goals of Auberle.
Auberle was founded through the legacy and generosity of Pauline Auberle, a McKeesport resident who, upon her death, willed money and land to the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh to start a "Home" for boys. In 1948, the Pauline Auberle Memorial Foundation was incorporated, and in 1952, the realization of Pauline's dream took place when Auberle Home was constructed and opened its doors. Since the 1980s, Auberle has expanded its focus to include girls and teens.
The facility is open 24-hours, although some offices may have more limited hours.
Free, on-site parking is available.