The Provider Alliance (TPA) supports agencies that serve people with intellectual disability and autism across Pennsylvania. We do this through collaboration, advocacy, innovation and information-sharing across our membership. The Provider Alliance promotes best practices and workforce development to help our members deliver safe, supportive, and compassionate services that our part of the fabric of our local communities.

Our Mission

# of Members by County

Our Advocacy Priorities

Our efforts are focused on the following critical issues: 

  1. Increasing DSP Compensation to a Living Wage to achieve workforce stability for people currently served and for those on the waiting list. 
  2. The application of an annual, market-based index to statewide fee schedule rates. 
  3. System simplification to enable easier access to services, improve efficiency, and remove barriers to resources.

Overview of our Services and Membership

TPA Member organizations provide the full array of services at home, at work, and enjoying favorite activities in the community. 

TPA Members: 

  • Serve 35,000 people
  • Employ 15,000 workers
  • Manager $1.5B in public funding
  • Support thousands of homes, businesses, and community resources, integrating people with families, friends, neighbors, and coworkers in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania.