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    Programs that provide a variety of short-term, intensive, home-based intervention services for families experiencing a crisis that is so severe that children are at imminent risk for placement outside the family setting. Services, which are aimed at ameliorating the underlying causes of family dysfunction, are generally time-limited, of fairly short duration and available on a 24-hour basis. Also included are other family preservation program models whose programs vary in terms of the population served, the level of intensity of services provided and the length of services. The objective of family preservation programs is to preserve the family as a unit and prevent unnecessary placement of the children in foster care, a group home, an inpatient substance abuse or mental health treatment program, a residential training school or other alternative living arrangement.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Armstrong County Office of Children, Youth, and FamiliesProvides child protective services, foster home placement and foster family recruitment, and adoption services. Other family support services offered include family preservation, family group decision making, parent education and training in independent living skills for youth.ArmstrongArmstrong County Office of Children, Youth, and FamiliesArmstrong County Social Services
    Arrow Child and Family Ministries Family Preservation ProgramsProvides a variety of short-term, intensive, home-based intervention services for families experiencing a crisis that is so severe that children are at imminent risk for placement outside the home.BlairArrow Child and Family MinistriesArrow Child and Family Ministries
    Beacon Light - Main Office - Family Based Mental Health ServicesA short-term intensive service that is designed to help families who are struggling with managing children’s emotions and behaviors.McKeanBeacon Light - Main OfficeBeacon Light
    Beacon Light - Warren Outpatient Hazel Street Office - Family Based Mental Health ServicesA short-term intensive service that is designed to help families who are struggling with managing children’s emotions and behaviors.WarrenBeacon Light - Warren Outpatient Hazel Street OfficeBeacon Light
    Centre County Youth Service Bureau Family Group Decision MakingFDGM offers facilitation to help family and friends come together to plan in the best interest of the childCentreCentre County Youth Service Bureau Family Group Decision MakingCentre County Youth Service Bureau
    Community Outreach Prevention Education (COPE)COPE's mission is to promote social change in the community through education and through different various forms of outreach provided to families in need. Our main objective is to support and preserve the family unit as a foundation for the success of healthy children. Referrals are accepted from CYS and other community agencies. One goal is to provide families in our community with the Nurturing Parenting Education Program which provides them with alternatives to negative behaviors. COPE also works to ensure children's basic needs are met and helps parents establish goals for family improvement. This is often delivered through home-based services. We work to educate the community about child abuse prevention. COPE also provides court ordered supervised visitation services. In addition to child abuse prevention, COPE is actively involved with other prevention activities including drug and alcohol awareness/prevention. This includes educational programs delivered in the community and through schools, general dissemination of prevention information at community-events.FultonFulton County Family Partnership, Inc.Fulton County Family Partnership, Inc.
    Cumberland County Aging & Community Services - Hanover Street Office - Cumberland Cares for FamiliesA free County In-Home Visitation Program for families with children prenatal to age 5. A social worker will meet the stated needs of the parents, working with behavioral problems, developmental milestones, nutritional education, baby referrals, advocacy, budgeting and sibling issues.CumberlandCumberland County Aging & Community Services - Hanover Street OfficeCumberland County Aging & Community Services
    Diakon Family Life Services - Upper Susquehanna - Williamsport - Family-Based Mental Health ServicesProvides counseling services to individuals and their families in Lycoming and Clinton counties, with services primarily occurring in the home, although they can also be extended to the school or community setting. They strive to provide families with the skills and resources necessary to prevent their child or adolescent, who is experiencing significant emotional problems, from requiring out-of-home placement.LycomingDiakon Family Life Services - Upper Susquehanna - Williamsport OfficeDiakon Lutheran Social Ministries
    Family-Based Mental Health ServicesFamily Based Mental Health Services, is a 32 week program designed to strengthen families and prevent further interventions, including out of home placements. The Family Based team delivers therapeutic, case management, and emergency crisis services in order to help stabilize the family environment. An additional component of Family Based is connecting the family to other child serving agencies to ensure continuity of care. Family Based is focused on developing natural supports for the family that may include friends, neighbors, coaches, and other community members. These natural supports enhance the level of care provided to the family after discharge from the Family Based program.FranklinFranklin Family ServicesFranklin Family Services
    Family-Based Mental Health ServicesTeam delivered intensive comprehensive mental health services provided to families to empower the family to care for their child with social, emotional or psychiatric issues. Service includes a variety of therapy modalities: individual, family, martial, crisis management, case management and family support services. Services are provided in the home, school or community. DauphinKeystone Children & Family Services - DauphinKeystone Human Services
    Family Group Conferencing - Snyder County Children and Youth ServicesWorks with families involved with the child welfare system using a process that brings together the strengths of families outside the courtroom setting to find solutions for children who have come into foster care or are at risk for placement outside the home due to abuse or neglect. If successful, children can safely remain with or return to a family member or, possibly, their parents, rather than be placed for adoption or have some other permanent goal established for them. Typically a case worker meets with immediate family members to identify the larger family unit to participate in the process, and a neutral coordinator works with the family as they discuss issues and options. Then the family works privately to develop a plan of action. People involved in the process may include parents, grandparents, other kin, children, tribal elders (where relevant) and individuals whom the family considers to be supportive (e.g., neighbors, clergy). In most instances, families participate in family group conferencing on a voluntary basis.SnyderSnyder County Children and Youth ServicesSnyder County Children and Youth Services
    Family Resources - Crisis InterventionCrisis intervention for families whose children are at risk of being placed outside of the home due to physical or emotional abuse, neglect or disclosure of sexual abuse. AlleghenyFamily ResourcesFamily Resources
    Family Resources Family Unification ServicesProvides intensive in-home services for families at risk for child abuse and neglect. Through counseling, parenting and life skills education, and referrals to community organizations, families improve their functioning and connect with the resources they need to provide a safe and secure home for their children. Counselors travel to homes in Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties as determined by referrals from County child welfare agencies.AlleghenyFamily Resources Family Unification ServicesFamily Resources
    Family Resources High Fidelity Wraparound ProgramFamilies with a child at risk for out-of-home placement. High Fidelity Wraparound (HFW), in partnership with Allegheny County Joint Planning Teams (JPT). High Fidelity Wraparound is a process used to recognize the complex needs of children and youth 0-21-with a mental health diagnosis and their families who are involved with several service systems. Wraparound is a way to improve the lives of children with complex behavioral needs and their families. The integration process of wraparound develops an individualized plan of care so that children and youth grow up in their homes and communities.AlleghenyFamily Resources High Fidelity Wraparound ProgramFamily Resources
    Family Services of NWPA (FSNWPA) - Family Based Mental Health (FBMH)Provides teams of co-therapists who provide intensive in-home therapy, case management and crisis intervention services to families with a child who has a mental illness or emotional problems.ErieFamily Services of NWPA (FSNWPA)Family Services of NWPA
    Forest-Warren Human Services - Warren County Children & Youth - Family Group Decision MakingDesigned to join the family group to collectively make decisions to resolve identified concerns for the family.WarrenForest-Warren Human ServicesForest-Warren Human Services
    Holy Family Institute - Family Focused Solution Based ServicesProvides intensive therapy and supportive services to empower families that include adults and/or children with serious mental disorders. A team of professionals will work with the family to help them learn to care for themselves and their children. The program focuses on prevention and reducing the risk of psychiatric hospitalization, out-of-home placement, and/or developmental delays. The team works closely with the family to identify strengths and assess areas of need in order to develop a treatment plan.AlleghenyFamily Focused Solutions Based ServicesHoly Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute In-Home Family Counseling - Allegheny CountyAn intensive, in-home crisis intervention and family treatment program which provides counseling and support services to "at risk" families. When families experience multiple and serious occurrences of neglect and abuse and are unable to go to agencies outside of the home in order to obtain the assistance they need, HFI professionals work with the family in their home, connecting them with the resources that will address their specific needs.AlleghenyHoly Family Institute In-Home Family CounselingHoly Family Institute
    Integrated Practice Team, Children's Home of YorkThe IPT Program, a collaborative effort with The Children’s Home of York, the County of York, and Casey Family Programs, is a family centered, strength based team approach of community partners designed to develop a comprehensive action plan for referred families. The intent is to keep children at home while maintaining the integrity of the family. In partnership with York OCYF YorkChildren's Home of YorkChildren's Home of York
    Lehigh County Office of Children and Youth ServicesCommitted to protecting children from abuse and neglect, maintaining children in their own home and community, ensuring access to community based services for parents experiencing difficulty in caring for their children, preserving and stabilizing family life and assuring that children have a permanent home. LehighLehigh County Office of Children and Youth ServicesLehigh County Office of Children and Youth Services
    Lehigh Valley Families TogetherProvides foster care, in-home, visit coaching and (Family Group Decision Making) FGDM services for children and their families in Lehigh and Northampton Counties.LehighLehigh Valley Families TogetherLehigh Valley Families Together
    Lifesteps, Inc. - Crisis Child Care - ButlerIn Butler County, with proper approval and in conjunction with Children and Youth Services, families in crisis may receive child care at no charge to alleviate stress and help families with child care predicaments. Service must be approved by the county Children and Youth Services.ButlerChildren Services & Early EducationLifesteps
    Lifesteps, Inc. - Early Identification / Crisis Intervention Program (EICIP)The EICIP program helps families in Beaver County by providing Developmental Screenings for children from three months to 6 years of age with evaluations in hearing, speech, behavioral, and development to identify possible delays and who may be at risk for abuse or neglect. Additionally, Crisis Child Care helps to provide a safe environment for children ages birth to 6 years who are at-risk, along with providing Home-Based Family Support for families who may be experiencing the effects of poverty, mental/physical health concerns, developmental delays, behavioral delays, addiction, single parenting, or other stressors that may impact their ability to parent effectively and/or safely.BeaverLifesteps - Family ServicesLifesteps
    MSvcs Community Counseling Services - BangorPsychiatric and outpatient counseling services E.F.F.O.R.T.S. (Empowering Families For Opportunities, Resources, Transitions & Success) is a comprehensive family based service for families identified by Carbon County Children and Youth Services. The objective of the program is the safety and well being of children and the preservation of families. NorthamptonMSvcs Community Counseling Services - BangorMethodist Services
    MSvcs Community Counseling Services - EastonPsychiatric and outpatient counseling services E.F.F.O.R.T.S. (Empowering Families For Opportunities, Resources, Transitions & Success) is a comprehensive family based service for families identified by Carbon County Children and Youth Services. The objective of the program is the safety and well being of children and the preservation of families. NorthamptonMSvcs Community Counseling Services - EastonMethodist Services
    Northeast Treatment Centers - Child Welfare, Foster Care & AdoptionDependent Foster Care Dependent Foster Care services are provided in Pennsylvania to youth including treatment level, mother/baby placement, kinship care, and traditional foster care. The primary goal is to either return the child to his/her family of origin or to develop an alternative permanent plan for the youth. Case management support and counseling is provided to the youth and to their families. Information and referral services help families to access services they may need in order to fulfill goals of the Family Services Plan. For older youth, services emphasize life skills development. All referrals for dependent foster care are made by the Central Referral Unit (CRU) of DHS Delinquent Foster Care Delinquent Foster Care services are provided in Philadelphia to youth who are adjudicated delinquent and placed in foster care. The youth receive ongoing counseling regarding victim awareness, community safety and life skills in addition to basic foster care support. Restitution plans are developed and monitored by the case manager. The case manager may also help the youth make restitution. Treatment Foster Care Treatment level foster care services are provided in Pennsylvania to children and youth with specialized behavioral health needs. The primary objective of treatment foster care is to provide youth with specialized care in the least restrictive setting, which is in the community and in a family setting. Treatment foster parents receive additional training specific to this population and work in partnership with behavioral health team to ensure that the child or youths' needs are met. The Department of Human Services (DHS) determines a child/youth's eligibility for treatment level foster care and referrals are made by the DHS's Central Referral Unit. Foster Care/Treatment Foster Care/Intensive Residential Treatment These programs in Delaware provide various levels of care for youth who are involved with the dependent and/or delinquent system. The youth in these programs require a more intensive treatment experience with a designated treatment team. The treatment team consists of specially trained foster parents and qualified treatment specialists, mentors and masters level clinicians Adoption NET is a Statewide Adoption Network (SWAN) affiliate agency. These services are found in Pennsylvania and are designed to support a successful transition through and after an adoption. Prior to an adoption being finalized, services include adoption preparation for the child and thorough assessments of adoptive families. After an adoption is finalized, services include case management, assessment, and respite. In-Home Protective Services (IHPS) The In-Home Protective Services (IHPS) program, located in Philadelphia, will provide case management support to families identified by the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Human Services (DHS). Families for whom abuse or neglect is indicated or for whom the risk of abuse is high will be referred to the IHPS program. The IHPS program will implement a Family Service Plan, monitor safety of the youth, assist families in gaining access to community and other resources, and assist families in developing appropriate parenting skills. A parent coordinator will develop specific parenting classes or activities designed to educate parents regarding child development, behavior modification and other parenting techniques. 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.PhiladelphiaYouth & Family ServicesNortheast Treatment Centers
    Nulton Diagnostic and Treatment Center Family Based ServicesProvide a variety of social services designed to support healthy family development so family problems don't reach crisis proportions.CambriaNulton Diagnostic and Treatment CenterNulton Diagnostic and Treatment Center
    Philhaven - Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS) Lancaster Oregon Business CenterIn home and community based mental health services designed to reduce the need for psychiatric hospitalization and out-of-home placement. Services include: - Family and individual therapy - Referral, coordination, and linkage to other agencies, social services and community services - Crisis intervention and stabilization - Assistance in obtaining relief services - School-based consultation and intervention - Support for the parents in implementing effective behavior management and parenting approaches to the presenting problems of their child or adolescent - Psychiatric care/referralLancasterPhilhaven - Lancaster - Oregon Business CenterWellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    Philhaven - Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS) Mount GretnaIn home and community based mental health services designed to reduce the need for psychiatric hospitalization and out-of-home placement. Services include: - Family and individual therapy - Referral, coordination, and linkage to other agencies, social services and community services - Crisis intervention and stabilization - Assistance in obtaining relief services - School-based consultation and intervention - Support for the parents in implementing effective behavior management and parenting approaches to the presenting problems of their child or adolescent - Psychiatric care/referralLebanonPhilhaven - Mount GretnaWellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    Philhaven - Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS) - York - Roosevelt AvenueIn home and community based mental health services designed to reduce the need for psychiatric hospitalization and out-of-home placement. Services include: - Family and individual therapy - Referral, coordination, and linkage to other agencies, social services and community services - Crisis intervention and stabilization - Assistance in obtaining relief services - School-based consultation and intervention - Support for the parents in implementing effective behavior management and parenting approaches to the presenting problems of their child or adolescent - Psychiatric care/referralYorkWellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Health - York - Roosevelt StreetWellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    Philhaven - Family Based Mental Health Services HarrisburgIn home and community based mental health services designed to reduce the need for psychiatric hospitalization and out-of-home placement. Services include: - Family and individual therapy - Referral, coordination, and linkage to other agencies, social services and community services - Crisis intervention and stabilization - Assistance in obtaining relief services - School-based consultation and intervention - Support for the parents in implementing effective behavior management and parenting approaches to the presenting problems of their child or adolescent - Psychiatric care/referralDauphinPhilhaven - HarrisburgWellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    Pinebrook Family Answers - Family Preservation-SHAPESHAPE is a Family Preservation program providing parenting and life skills education and case management for Lehigh County families at high risk for violence and abuse. LehighPinebrook Family Answers - Allentown - Fulton StreetPinebrook Family Answers
    The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh d/b/a - Project STAR - Main/Pittsburgh OfficeStrengthens and improves parents' connections to their teenage children and learn a variety of parenting techniques. Teaming together for teens offers family support services and programs. This program supports families with at-risk children between 12-18 years old. The program supports families located only in the Beaver County area.BeaverChildren's InstituteThe Children's Institute
    TrueNorth Wellness Services, Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS)Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS)*: provides short-term, intensive, community-based counseling to families with children or adolescents who are at risk for removal from the home due to severe emotional or behavioral problems. FBMHS also assist families to transition children and adolescents who were already removed back into the home. The program combines counseling, case management, and family support services provided in the home by trained mental health professionals. Services provided in York and Adams Counties. For more information, please contact Sabrina Valente at 717-632-4900 x1277YorkTrueNorth Wellness Services, Hanover Office - West Elm Ave. OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services
    Valley Youth House - Family Preservation Program (FPP) - AllentownCounseling and case management intervention services to homeless and on-homeless families to reduce out-of-home placement of children: - Intensive Interventions blending case management and therapeutic services to prevent placement or reunify children already in placement with their parents - Out-client services on an outreach basis to client home - Family counseling, parent counseling, case management and concrete needs. NorthamptonValley Youth House - High Point Boulevard - BethlehemValley Youth House
    YCHSD, York County Office of Children, Youth and Families, Family Services •800-729-9227•If you have information and/or concerns regarding the safety or well-being of a child; please, contact our agency by calling 1-800-729-9227 or 717-846-8496. Services Offered by York County Children, Youth and Family: •Intake Services Division •Family Preservation Services Division •Reunification and Permanency Services Division •Family Group Decision Making Other services are accessed through assigned case workers. If you have any questions or concerns please call our offices.YorkYork County Human Services Department (YCHSD)York County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD
    York County Location Behavioral Health Services, Laurel Life - YorkServices are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Brief Treatment * Family-Based Mental Health Services * JUMP Wellness Court * Outpatient * Transition ClassroomsYorkYork County Location Behavioral Health Services, Laurel Life - YorkFolium, Inc.

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