Northeast Treatment Centers - Individual and Family Therapy - Youth & Family Services

Youth & Family Services


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General Information
Description of ServiceBehavioral Health Rehabilitation Services or "Wraparound"
These services are provided by mobile therapists, behavioral specialists, and therapeutic staff support (TSS) workers working together as a treatment team in Pennsylvania. Services are provided in the home, school and community setting either individually or in any combination depending on the need. The treatment team collaborates with other systems and services being provided to the family. Services must be recommended by a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist and must be preauthorized by the applicable medical assistance payer. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944.

Family Focused Behavioral Health Services:
This Pennsylvania based program is designed to serve as an alternative to traditional "wraparound." A team comprised of a lead clinician, a case manager, and a crisis worker provides intensive support to all members of the family in the home, school, or community setting. Intensive coordination between the treatment team and other community resources and a flexible approach to working with families are key elements of this program. An extensive family assessment is conducted in order to establish clear goals in partnership with the family. Psychiatric assessment and consultation is integrated in the program model. Services must recommended by a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist and services must be authorized by Community Behavioral Health (CBH). A less intensive version of the Family Focused model is also available. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944.

Outpatient Mental Health:
Traditional outpatient treatment is provided on site at several locations in Pennsylvania. Many therapists are trained to provide both individual and family therapy. When needed, psychiatric assessment and medication management services are also provided. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944.

Residential Treatment:
Mental Health Residential Treatment is provided for a total of sixteen youth between the ages of twelve years and eighteen years at two sites in New Castle County, Delaware. Both Centers are program funded by the Delaware Division of Child Mental health. The Red Lion Residential Treatment Program (RTC) and the Iron Hill RTC are free standing units that intensively treat youth who have emotional and psychiatric problems and life difficulties, in home-like environments that are comfortable and caring. The level of staff intensity and clinical presence ensures a positive and therapeutically enhanced experience for the participants and their families.

Day Treatment:
The Kacy Church Day Treatment Center is located in New Castle, Delaware, and is staffed by Special Education certified teachers, Social Workers, Psychologists, and Counselors who form an integrated team that fully implements a multi-faceted approach to working with young people and families with life difficulties, emotional problems or special needs. The Day Treatment Program can treat and educate up to twenty youth between the ages of 12 and 18 years of age. Treatment and educational services are comprehensive and intensive, and geared to meet the therapeutic, academic and related needs of young people on an individual assessed basis.
These structured services are provided to Delaware school-aged youth who live at home, in residential settings or with treatment foster families. Services are provided both individually and in a group setting. For more information, contact (302) 454-7882.

Independent Living Program ("Making My Way"):
This is an Independent Living skills development program located in Delaware. The program is designed to assist older teenagers and young adults effectively transition out of state foster care system into adulthood via the support and direction of a life-skills mentor.
LocationPhiladelphia
Geographical AreaCounties: Philadelphia; States: PA; Countries: USA
Intake ProcedureFor additional information, please call 215-451-7000 or visit our website at http://www.net-centers.orgContact information:Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services or "Wraparound" (215) 408-4944, (800) 860-0703Family Focused Behavioral Health Service
 
Fees or Charges
Fee AmountsPlease call individual centers for further details.
 
Contact Information
 
Physical Site Address 1 493 N. 5th Street
Physical Site Address 2 Suite D&E
Physical Site City, State, Zip Philadelphia, PA 19123
Mailing Address 1 493 N 5TH STREET
Mailing Address 2 SUITE DE
Mailing City, State, Zip PHILADELPHIA, PA 19123
Main Phone 215-408-4944
Service Location Email info@netcenters.org
 
 
Affiliated Agency, Programs, and Services
Affiliated Agency: Northeast Treatment Centers
Affiliated Program: Youth & Family Services
This Service: Northeast Treatment Centers - Individual and Family Therapy - Youth & Family Services
 
Taxonomy Postings
Posted to Categories: Family Counseling (RF-2000)
Inpatient Mental Health Facilities (RM-3300)
Outpatient Mental Health Facilities (RM-6500)
Residential Treatment Facilities (RM-7000)