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    Access Services - Therapeutic Foster Care ProgramAll children with mental health challenges deserve family and a nurturing home environment that meets their therapeutic needs. Many children are living with mental illness in family homes, regular foster homes or group homes that require a level of support and care beyond that available in their current situation. To help these children, Access Services’ Therapeutic Foster Care program seeks extraordinary individuals to serve as Therapeutic Foster Parents. Therapeutic Foster Parents provide a nurturing home environment for children aged nine to eighteen years of age with a need for mental health treatment. These outstanding individuals act as agents of planned change, fulfilling both a treatment and a foster role.MontgomeryAccess Services - Montgomery; Fort WashingtonAccess Services
    Access Services - Therapeutic Foster Care Program - Lehigh ValleyAll children with mental health challenges deserve family and a nurturing home environment that meets their therapeutic needs. Many children are living with mental illness in family homes, regular foster homes or group homes that require a level of support and care beyond that available in their current situation. To help these children, Access Services’ Therapeutic Foster Care program seeks extraordinary individuals to serve as Therapeutic Foster Parents. Therapeutic Foster Parents provide a nurturing home environment for children aged nine to eighteen years of age with a need for mental health treatment. These outstanding individuals act as agents of planned change, fulfilling both a treatment and a foster role.MontgomeryLehigh ValleyAccess Services
    Advocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill - Support ServicesAJMI provides support for Jewish families dealing with mental illness, and they provide social programs for this oft-forgotten segment of our community. If you are an individual living with mental illness, Tikvah may be the perfect fit for you. This group schedules numerous community events each month as well as other ongoing programs including: - Celebrations of the High Holidays, Chanukah, Purim, Shabbat - Annual Passover luncheon - Trips to museums, concerts, the beach, sporting events and New York City - Opportunities to listen and learn from influential speakers - Torah study led by a rabbi to provide spiritual growth - Brunches, picnics, bowling parties - Work and leadership training programs - Access to permanent housing - Publishing a monthly newsletter, Tikvah TalkPhiladelphiaAdvocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill - Philadelphia; Logan SquareAdvocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill
    Alzheimer's Association - Care ConsultationCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningPhiladelphiaAlzheimers Association - Delaware Valley Chapter - Philadelphia; Old CityAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Care Consultation - AtlanticCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningAtlantic County Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Care Consultation - BerksCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningBerksBerks County Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Care Consultation - ChesterCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningChesterChester County Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Care Consultation - DelawareCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningDelaware Regional OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Care Consultation - GeorgetownCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningGeorgetown Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Care Consultation - LehighCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningNorthamptonLehigh Valley Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Care Consultation - SmyrnaCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningJulie H. C. Bailey Training CenterAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Care Consultation - Southern New JerseyCare Consultation is dedicated to helping people with Alzheimer's and the family members navigate through the difficult decisions at every stage of the disease. Services available include: - Assessment of needs - Assistance with planning and problem solving - Supportive listeningSouthern New Jersey Regional OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage SupportEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.PhiladelphiaAlzheimers Association - Delaware Valley Chapter - Philadelphia; Old CityAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage Support - AtlanticEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.Atlantic County Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage Support - BerksEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.BerksBerks County Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage Support - ChesterEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.ChesterChester County Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage Support - DelawareEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.Delaware Regional OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage Support - GeorgetownEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.Georgetown Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage Support - LehighEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.NorthamptonLehigh Valley Branch OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage Support - SmyrnaEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.Julie H. C. Bailey Training CenterAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - Early Stage Support - Southern New JerseyEarly Stage Support offers early stage educational programs designed to help answer questions about the diagnostic process and provide valuable information and first steps. Early Stage Support Groups have been developed as a second level to provide ongoing supportive care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and the care partners.Southern New Jersey Regional OfficeAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Alzheimer's Association - HelplineHelpline operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in 140 languages. The staff is highly trained and knowledgeable about all aspects of Alzheimer's disease and offers emotional support as often as a person need.PhiladelphiaAlzheimers Association - Delaware Valley Chapter - Philadelphia; Old CityAlzheimer's Association, Delaware Valley Chapter
    Artists for Recovery - Art TherapyIt has been estimated that one in three individuals will experience a mental health or substance abuse problem in their lifetimes. Many have great strengths in the arts, and few resources to support those strengths. Their difficulties are often compounded by isolation, ostracism and poverty. Their creativity has helped them to survive. The systems set up to serve them disregard their creativity, and tend to view them in terms of "illness" and "disability" instead of recognizing and valuing their strengths. In Artists For Recovery, these people have proven their ability to build community for one another by sharing their creativity and emotional support. Present activities include weekly performances, jam sessions, workshops, peer counseling and support groups. Artists For Recovery also has sponsored performances at conferences, art exhibits and other venues, as well as composing journals of poetry and prose. The National Mental Health Performers' Network has chosen Artists For Recovery to receive artistic and technical assistance to start a theater company. Artists For Recovery is working with other individuals and organizations toward development of a residential alternative for people in crisis, a holistic alternative that would offer the option of intensive emotional support, as well as sound nutrition and evaluation of possible physical factors causing or exacerbating psychiatric symptoms. In the past few years, Artists For Recovery has sponsored meetings, workshops and a conference as part of our effort to create this alternative. Their difficulties are often compounded by isolation, ostracism and poverty. Their creativity has helped them to survive. The systems set up to serve them disregard their creativity, and tend to view them in terms of "illness" and "disability" instead of recognizing and valuing their strengths. In Artists For Recovery, these people have proven their ability to build community for one another by sharing their creativity and emotional support. Present activities include weekly performances, jam sessions, workshops, peer counseling and support groups. Artists For Recovery also has sponsored performances at conferences, art exhibits and other venues, as well as composing journals of poetry and prose. The National Mental Health Performers' Network has chosen Artists For Recovery to receive artistic and technical assistance to start a theater company.PhiladelphiaArtists for Recovery - Philadelphia; East FallsArtists for Recovery
    Assessment & Evaluation ProcessThe Assessment and Evaluation (A&E) Center provides assessment and evaluation services for children, adolescents, and adults. Individuals referred to WES often receive their initial services through the A&E Center. The A&E Center is staffed by licensed psychiatrists, licensed psychologists, masters-level clinicians, and program support specialists. The clinical staff conducts comprehensive biopsychosocial evaluations for individuals and families. The evaluations seek to help individuals and families better understand their mental health challenges from a culturally appropriate perspective. The evaluations also identify individual and family strengths, include a DSM-IV-R diagnosis, provide recommendations for treatment, and refer individuals/families to appropriate treatment programs. The psychologists of the A&E Center also participate in other roles at WES including research initiatives, clinical training, program consultation, and supervision. The A&E Center works closely with CRISIS/MATES (Mobile Assessment Treatment and Evaluation Services). CRISIS/MATES is a WES program that provides short-term intervention services to children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis.PhiladelphiaWES Health System Health Center/WESWay Wellness/A&E (WES Health System)WES Health System
    Base Service Unit (Case/care management)The Base Service Unit Program (BSU) is designed to identify needs of individuals and link them to resources through an assessment with an administrative case manager (ACM). Individuals that require less intensive support will continue to work with our ACM, should they need more intensive support they will be referred to Service Access Management for Intensive Case Management.FultonTrueNorth Wellness Services, McConnellsburg OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services
    Behavioral HealthPositive Resolutions is dedicated to enriching the lives of mentally ill adults by focusing on reducing the barriers to reaching their fullest potential and establishing supportive partnerships in recovery-oriented settings. Positive Resolutions is designed to support optimal personal, spiritual and social growth by facilitating activities that focus on skill development, wellness, and independence in residential settings.Montgomery*Main Site (Positive Resolutions)Positive Resolutions
    Behavioral Support - Parent to Parent Connections, Inc.Offers support, information and referral regarding the use of school and community based behavioral plans.NorthumberlandParent to Parent Connections, Inc.Parent to Parent Connections, Inc.
    Belmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment - General Psychiatric Counseling ServicesGeneral Psychiatric Counseling Services provides individual, group, family and couples psychiatric therapy.PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health @ Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment
    Belmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment - Intensive Short-Term Inpatient Care for AdultsProvides intensive short-term Inpatient care for adults with behavioral health issues.PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health @ Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment
    Belmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment - Outpatient ProgramProvides comprehensive psychiatric therapy services to individuals, families and couples through individual and group therapies. Each service begins with a comprehensive evaluation and assessment as part of the collaborative development of a treatment plan between the client, psychiatrist and therapist. Treatment is tailored to the needs of children, adolescents and adults who experience the following: - Mood Disorders - Anxiety Disorders - Family and Marital Problems - Obsessions and Compulsions - Behavioral Problems - Schizophrenia - Addictive Disorders - Codependency Issues - Adjustment Reactions (such as grief and separation) - Dual Diagnoses - Relationship Problems (such as abuse)PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health @ Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment
    Bryn Mawr Hospital - Cancer Wellness Support GroupCancer Wellness Support Group is a general cancer support group for patients with any cancer diagnosis.MontgomeryBryn Mawr Hospital - Montgomery; Bryn MawrBryn Mawr Hospital
    Cancer Care ConnectionCancer Care Connection provides comprehensive information, support, resources, guidance, and referrals to people affected by cancer. Services available include assistance with: - Financial Issues - Second Opinions - Decision Making - Doctor-Patient Communication - Family Relationships - Clinical Trials - Complementary and Alternative Therapies - Mental Health IssuesOne Innovation Wy, Suite 304, Newark DE (Cancer Care Connection)Cancer Care Connection
    Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Carbon CountyProvides information and referral services to residents needing to access the state's BH/DS system. Also provides Intake and case management services to assess individual needs, assist individuals in accessing appropriate services, assess financial resources available and coordinate service delivery. The early intervention program provides individualized supports and services for families with infants/ toddlers, birth to age three, who are at risk of a disability and/or have a developmental delay. Mental Health Crisis Intervention is available on a 24-hour basis to individuals with a mental disability and/or who are experiencing a crisis. CarbonCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Carbon County OfficeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services
    CareLink Community Support Services - Care ManagementCareLink provides an array of services—assessment, residential, supported living, education and employment support, and more—that are designed to increase the independence, self-sufficiency, and quality of life of adults with serious mental illness and other development challenges. CareLink’s programs are driven by the unique needs, interests, and goals of each person served. Their programs provide support and life skills instruction to help people live as independently as possible in the community. Various levels of support are available to clients who come from a variety of admission settings, including independent living environments, homes with family, supported housing, other community service providers, state hospitals, correctional facilities, or homeless shelters. Staff is available to help identify goals, teach daily living skills, and secure other services needed to maximize community living. Those Care Management Services offered include: Individualized care management Life skills instruction Advocacy Assistance with financial benefits Coordination of health care services Connection to community resources Money management guidance Education and employment support Encouraging constructive leisure and recreational activities Crisis interventionDelawareCareLink Community Support Services - DelawareCareLink Community Support Services
    CareLink Community Support Services - Full CareFull Care Residences help adults with mental illness learn the skills they need to live independently and become fully integrated into the community. Individuals work with a primary counselor to develop a personalized rehabilitation plan that identifies the unique interests, needs, and goals of each resident, and then maps out specific interventions and strategies. Family members play an important role in an individual’s care and are invited to resident treatment meetings, program parties, and open house events. Regular contact with residents’ support networks is strongly encouraged. Services Include: 24-hour staff support and supervision Assistance with medication Help with meal prep, self-care, and health care coordination Social and community activities Coaching in constructive leisure time and using public transportation Strategies for obtaining educational and vocational opportunitiesDelawareCareLink Community Support Services - DelawareCareLink Community Support Services
    CareLink Community Support Services - Mobile Psychiatric RehabilitationMobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation (MPR) services provide one-to-one direct skills training and development of community resources to adults with serious mental illness. An MPR Specialist conducts an assessment with the client to identify strengths, personal and community resources to pinpoint specific area of need. Together they develop a service plan that outlines the tasks needed to what the program participant wants and needs.DelawareCareLink Community Support Services - DelawareCareLink Community Support Services
    CareLink Community Support Services - Senior Supported Shared LivingSenior Supported Shared Living provides individuals over the age of 50 with mental illness the opportunity to live in the community with specialized supports to address their unique needs. Senior Supported Shared Living addresses the specialized needs of the individuals to live active, satisfying lives in homes of their own.DelawareCareLink Community Support Services - DelawareCareLink Community Support Services
    CareLink Community Support Services - Torrey House Personal Care HomeCareLink’s Torrey House Personal Care Home provides supervision and assistance with personal care for adults with mental illness. Torrey House specializes in supporting adults with schizophrenia and similar serious mental illnesses. While each resident of Torrey House receives individualized care, Torrey House also promotes social activities and group therapies. Residents attend group sessions focused on psycho-education, health and nutrition, interpersonal relationship building, and arts and crafts. Residents participate in community events to promote socialization and integration with their local community. Services include: 24-hour staff support and supervision Assistance with medication Three nutritious meals a day, seven days a week Assistance with personal fund management Support in daily living activities such as hygiene, managing appointments, transportation, laundry, and personal shopping.DelawareCareLink Community Support Services - DelawareCareLink Community Support Services
    CareLink Community Support Services - Transition Age ServicesTransition Age Services address the educational, vocational, and community living needs of 18-22 year olds. Young adults who experience mental illness often find themselves caught between systems of care that aren't designed to meet their needs. Our flexible array of psychosocial rehabilitation services including residential services, care management, and family outreach can make it possible for people to reach their goals for stable, satisfying community living.DelawareCareLink Community Support Services - DelawareCareLink Community Support Services
    Caring Together - Addictions/Mental Health Services for Women with ChildrenCaring Together’s multi-disciplinary treatment team specializes in providing services to women who are pregnant and/or have children and/or who are dually diagnosed. We offer addictions/mental health individual and group counseling, psychiatric evaluation, treatment and medication monitoring, early childhood developmental evaluations, intervention and referral, on-site child care, specialized HIV counseling and testing and domestic violence individual and group counseling, individual and group parent education and family therapy, assistance with transportation reimbursement and daily meal vouchers/incentives for participation.PhiladelphiaCaring Together - Philadelphia; NicetownCaring Together
    Central Behavioral Health - S.O.S. (Senior Outreach Services) ProgramIn-home services available to people age 60 or older who have a history of serious mental illness or is experiencing a significant mental health issue.MontgomeryCentral Behavioral Health - Montgomery; NorristownCentral Behavioral Health
    Centre County Human Services - Office of Mental Health / Intellectual Disabilities / Early Intervention & Drug and Alcohol - ServicesThe Office of Mental Health / Intellectual Disabilities / Early Intervention & Drug and Alcohol provides crisis/emergency services, mental health services, intellectual disability services, early intervention, and drug and alcohol services. All services are designed to support consumers and families, eliminate stigma, and to facilitate independence and inclusion.CentreCentre County Human Services - Office of Mental Health / Intellectual Disabilities / Early Intervention & Drug and AlcoholCentre County Human Services
    Chester County Department of Mental Health, Intellectual, and Developmental Disabilities - Office of Mental HealthOffice of Mental Health provides treatment and supports for residents with serious and persistent mental illness.Chester*Main Site (Chester County Dept of Mental Health / Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities)Chester County Department of Mental Health, Intellectual, and Developmental Disabilities
    Children's Behavioral RehabilitationThis service is designed to meet the needs of children, ranging in age from two to twenty-one, with mental health issues as well as Autism Spectrum Disorders. A multitude of services are offered through this program including Therapeutic staff support, Behavioral Specialist Consulting, Mobile Therapy and Psychological Services.*Main Site (Step by Step, Inc.)Step by Step
    Children's Behavioral RehabilitationThis service is designed to meet the needs of children, ranging in age from two to twenty-one, with mental health issues as well as Autism Spectrum Disorders. A multitude of services are offered through this program including Therapeutic staff support, Behavioral Specialist Consulting, Mobile Therapy and Psychological Services.Step by Step MR MH ProgramsStep by Step
    COMHAR - BHRS Wraparound ServicesBehavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) program works with youngsters ages five to twenty-one who have serious emotional and mental health problems. Children receive intensive services at home or in school to help them reduce or replace problem behaviors with more positive, socially appropriate behaviors. Following an initial assessment, case managers involve both the child and the family in planning for services that may include psychological testing, psychiatric evaluation, mobile or behavioral therapy and therapeutic staff support (TSS).Philadelphia3825 Whitaker Ave Philadelphia, PA (Early Intervention & Wraparound Services)COMHAR
    Connellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLCProvides outpatient and in-home mental health services to children, adults and families.FayetteConnellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLCConnellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLC
    Consortium - Supports Coordination ProgramHelps people access supports and services that enhance their lives and assist in their personal goals for independence. These areas include but are not limited to: medical, educational, behavioral health, vocational, living arrangements, and community and recreational resources.PhiladelphiaChildren's & Adults Mental Retardation ServicesConsortium, Inc
    Daemion Counseling Center - Adolescent AssessmentDaemion Counseling Center provides initial mental-health screening and assessment, treatment and appropriate referrals for adolescents. Who Is It For? Adolescents experiencing: -Behavior and emotional disturbances. -Trauma and/or loss. -Developmental delay or learning problems. -Difficulties adjusting to changes in family. What Is Involved? A crucial component of working with an adolescent population is forming a working alliance with the child’s parents or parent substitute. In order to provide an environment of positive change in a child’s emotional life, it is crucial to help parents, family, and other support systems understand how they can be part of a positive effort towards change. How Does The Therapy Work? -Develop a partnership with parents. -Determine child’s level of emotional and mental functioning. -Assess child’s ability to face life’s challenges. -Provide parents psycho-educational information. -Increase parents’ problem-solving skills and confidence. -Implement appropriate change within the family.Chester*Main Site (Daemion Counseling Center)Daemion Counseling Center
    Delaware County Office of Intellectual Disabilities - Supportive ServicesConduct a Prioritization of Urgency of Needs (PUNS) assessment Develop an Individual Service Plan (ISP) that outlines needed services Locate, coordinate and monitor services and supports Assist individuals to maximize sources of financial support Locate generic community supports such as gyms, clubs, recreation groups Monitor the services to ensure the person's ISP is being followed Day programs Employment services In-home supports Respite programs Life-sharing and other residential options Adult educational opportunities Supports directly managed by the individual/family Transportation Companion ServicesDelawareOffice of Intellectual DisabilitiesDelaware County Office of Intellectual Disabilities
    Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services - Office of Mental Health (OMH)Philadelphia’s Office of Mental Health (OMH) provides mental health services for more than 40,000 adults and children requiring medical, social, and educational services. The office provides these services through an extensive network of contracted provider agencies located throughout Philadelphia. This network of services includes: -11 community mental health centers -More than 30 specialized health agencies -5 crisis response centers -30 in-patient provider agencies In partnership with these contract providers, the Office of Mental Health offers a comprehensive range of behavioral health services. These services include: -Emergency and crisis intervention services -Rehabilitation programs -Individual and group counseling -Family support programs -Residential programs -Consumer-run servicesPhiladelphiaDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability - Philadelphia; Center CityDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services
    Department of Behavioral Health and Mental Retardation Services - Community Behavioral HealthCommunity Behavioral Health (CBH) is a not-for-profit 501c (3) corporation contracted by the City of Philadelphia to provide mental health and substance abuse services for Philadelphia County Medicaid recipients. Supported through state funding, CBH works in partnership with the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to provide vital behavioral health services. Today, CBH is responsible for providing behavioral health coverage for the City’s 420,000 Medicaid recipients. Its primary activities include: -Authorizing payment for behavioral health services -Requiring provider agencies to deliver effective and medically necessary services -Achieving management and operational efficiencies to lower healthcare costsPhiladelphiaDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability - Philadelphia; Center CityDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services
    Elwyn - Extended Assessment ProgramThe Extended Assessment Program offers up to 24 hours of assessment and case management to children in Delaware County. The program links children with the services that will best aid their overall growth and development. A fully-credentialed Master’s-level clinician and a clinical case manager oversee each child’s case and collaborate with the school, community, and home to determine the most suitable resources for the child. Recommendations may include continued assessment, EPSDT/Wraparound evaluation, or another level of care.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Elwyn - Residential Treatment FacilityResidential Treatment Facility program at Natale is based on recovery, rehabilitation, and education that bridge the gap in traditional mental health services. This program of multi-disciplinary evaluation and rapid stabilization diverts individuals from more costly and restrictive inpatient hospitalization. As a step-up/down solution, the RTF at Natale is also a viable option for individuals who no longer meet inpatient criteria, but who need further treatment before returning to community life.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Elwyn - Senior ReflectionsSenior Reflections provides quality healthcare and supports exciting recreational and social activities and companionship that enable seniors to continue leading dignified and meaningful lives. We strive to complement family caregivers by providing support, safety, and security to each participant. A dedicated staff of nursing professionals provides participants with quality supervision of their daily healthcare needs. A certified activities coordinator and other program staff help develop social and recreational opportunities that enable senior adults to be active, participating members of their community.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Elwyn - Summer Therapeutic Activities ProgramSummer Therapeutic Activities Program is a unique summer camp for children who have been diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Located in Delaware County, T-Camp is a fun and safe place where social interaction and self-awareness are encouraged in enthusiastic and creative ways. Children experience peer interactions as they engage in fun and engaging activities; a caring and interactive staff addresses individual goals for socialization and expression.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Elwyn - Wrap Around Services (Behavioral Health Rehabilitation)Serving Delaware and Philadelphia Counties, Elwyn’s community-based clinical wraparound services are individually designed to include multiple disciplines in an effort to address the specific and unique challenges of the child. A clinical team of behavioral health professionals, which may include a behavioral specialist, lead clinician, mobile therapist and therapeutic support staff who offer families and children tools to succeed within their least-restrictive educational and living environment. The Behavior Specialist Consultant or Lead Clinician identifies behavioral goals and intervention techniques and recommends non-aversive behavioral change methods. Then, in collaboration with the family and other members of the treatment team, the Behavior Specialist Consultant designs and directs the implementation of a behavior modification intervention plan that is individualized to each child or adolescent and to the needs of the family. The Mobile Therapist provides intensive therapeutic services to children and their families at home, in school, and in other community settings. The Mobile Therapist provides support and assistance to the child and his or her family. The Therapeutic Staff Support works directly with the child and adolescent who displays a wide range of disabilities and functioning levels at homes, in schools, day care, or in their communities. This support person provides one-on-one interventions, including crisis intervention, behavior management support, emotional support, time-structured activities, and psychological rehabilitation.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Fairmount Behavioral Health System - Acute Partial ProgramPartial hospitalization program providing acute, short-term treatment during the day for adolescents (14 years of age and older) and adults. Alternative for those who do not require inpatient treatment, need intensive follow-up after inpatient stay, or lack enough support at home to be successful as an outpatient.PhiladelphiaFairmount Behavioral Health System - Philadelphia; RoxboroughFairmount Behavioral Health System
    Fairmount Behavioral Health System - Families Investing Recovery and in Supporting Treatment (F.I.R.S.T)Families are an important part of the patient's treatment program, but they often need emotional support themselves. Family Involvement Program : Our Family Involvement Program is facilitated by one of our Masters level Allied Therapists and is open to all family members as well as the community. These are informational meetings where people can learn how to deal with the impact of mental illness. Education is provided about diagnoses, treatment options, and aftercare as well as support those who are being impacted by their loved ones illness. This program also serves as a liaison between families and treatment teams. The Family Involvement Program is geared toward families, friends and caregivers of adult patients. We offer a weekly evening program which is held on Thursdays (5:30p-6:30p). Fairmount F.O.C.U.S. (Family Opportunity for Communication, Unity and Success) on Families (For Parents of Child or Adolescent Patients Only): Intensely structured multifamily groups which parents and children attend together with breakout sessions for discussions and activities. The goal for the FOCUS group is to provide disease and medication specific knowledge; facilitate effective parent child/teen interaction styles; provide resources, services and support systems in the community; and emphasize the importance of finding time for self, parents and partners. Parents are encouraged to support one another and to take a more active role in their child's mental health care. Children and adolescents are encouraged to maintain age appropriate responsibility for managing the effects of their disease on thoughts, behaviors and feelings. PhiladelphiaFairmount Behavioral Health System - Philadelphia; RoxboroughFairmount Behavioral Health System
    Fairmount Behavioral Health System - Inpatient Adult Psychiatric ServicesFor adults we have units that specifically work with individuals who are higher functioning, individuals experiencing chronic mental illness and individuals with co-occurring psychiatric and chemical dependency issues. We also offer a Trauma-Informed Women’s Program.PhiladelphiaFairmount Behavioral Health System - Philadelphia; RoxboroughFairmount Behavioral Health System
    Fairmount Behavioral Health System - Inpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatric ServicesFairmount Behavioral Health System provides inpatient services to children, ages 5-10 years of age; young adolescents, ages 10-12 years of age; and gender-specific adolescent programming for ages 13-17 years of age. Fairmount Behavioral Health System has expanded our child/adolescent services which now includes gender-responsive treatment for adolescent girls. .PhiladelphiaFairmount Behavioral Health System - Philadelphia; RoxboroughFairmount Behavioral Health System
    Family House NOW - Long-Term Residential Treatment - NorristownLong-Term Residential Treatment provides a treatment-oriented living experience for women and/or mothers experiencing mental illness and chemical dependence. Programs available address: - Drug/Alcohol Addiction - Mental Illness - Life Skills - Parenting Skills - Prevention and Intervention For ChildrenMontgomeryNorristown CenterFamily House NOW
    Family House NOW - Residential Substance Abuse Treatment ProgramResidential Substance Abuse Treatment Program is a residential treatment program for homeless, pregnant and parenting women with co-occurring disorders of mental illness/drug abuse. Services available include: - Individual and Group Therapy (that includes addiction/mental health recovery) - Life Skills - Parenting Skills - Weekly Psychiatric Services - On-site PreschoolPhiladelphiaResources for Human Development - Philadelphia; West Philadelphia (North 48th Street)Resources for Human Development
    Family Service Association of Bucks County - Supportive Case Management Outreach Team (SCOT)Assists people with diagnosed mental health and/or substance abuse related disorders to maintain a consistent level of psychiatric stability, reduce substance abuse, and achieve a higher level of community integration.BucksFamily Service Association of Bucks County- Bucks; LanghorneFamily Service Association of Bucks County
    Fellowship Health Resources - Community ClubhousesCommunity Clubhouses provide a daily activity environment that utilizes peer support to help members develop and maintain a personal support system. This rehabilitative environment provides for access to vocational and social opportunities as well as promoting independent living experiences. The idea of membership to a club conveys respect for the self-determination and autonomy of members and their right to make decisions about their lives.Chester*Main Site (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.)Fellowship Health Resources
    Fellowship Health Resources - Continuous/ Mobile Treatment TeamsContinuous Treatment provides assertive outreach to persons suffering from mental illness who are experiencing a level of distress that requires ongoing supervision but poses no significant danger that warrants inpatient hospitalization. The multi-disciplinary team designs and implements a treatment plan that provides comprehensive treatment in the client’s home.Chester*Main Site (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.)Fellowship Health Resources
    Fellowship Health Resources - Crisis Stabilization or Step Down ProgramThe Crisis Stabilization or Step Down Program provides 24-hour residential care that provides an alternative for clients to an inpatient hospital admission or a "step down" from a hospital inpatient program. As an alternative: For clients who are experiencing an acute crisis in which the goal is to prevent inpatient hospitalization. As a step down: For clients who are ready for, or have recently been discharged from, an acute care inpatient setting, but still need services that provide transition or re-entry into the community to limit or prevent hospital stay.Chester*Main Site (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.)Fellowship Health Resources
    Fellowship Health Resources - Forensic ServicesFellowship Forensic Services (FFS) is committed to aid in public safety by working with criminally involved persons through rehabilitation and reintegration programs, as well as educating criminal justice staff about behavior health practices. FFS offers mental health programming consultation, workforce development services and offender psychoeducational programming for correctional systems and facilities. With our consultation and reorganization services, we can aid in the development of mental health programs, policies and procedures to help your facility achieve and maintain accreditation. Fellowship Forensic Services can construct programs to fit your facility’s individual needs. We have a proven discharge-planning and diversion program model, aimed to reduce recidivism rates for mentally ill inmates that can be tailored to various communities. Chester*Main Site (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.)Fellowship Health Resources
    Fellowship Health Resources - Psychosocial RehabilitationFHR's Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programs provide a staff-supported, therapeutic, center-based, consumer-driven psychoeducational and skill-building milieu dedicated to a wide variety of skill developments. Programs are staffed from 8:00 AM. to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend hours are scheduled according to program activities. Referrals will be from Primary Psychiatrists, Community Mental Health Programs, and FHR Programs. Service needs are determined by staff and individuals served and are approved by the County, Local Managing Entity and/or Third Party Insurer, and include structured socialized activities, leisure time activities, a meal program, and self-management of treatment.Chester*Main Site (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.)Fellowship Health Resources
    Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance - Information/Referral/EducationProvides information on: - Local mental health resources - Mental health providers - Education on the mental health system - Support groups - Supportive servicesBerksGreater Reading Mental Health AllianceGreater Reading Mental Health Alliance
    Growth Opportunity Center - Counseling ServicesProvide individual, couples and family therapy. Help people with various life problems, mental health issues and addictions.MontgomeryGrowth Opportunity Center - Bucks; SouthamptonGrowth Opportunity Center
    Growth Opportunity Center - Counseling Services - HollandProvide individual, couples and family therapy. Help people with various life problems, mental health issues and addictions.MontgomeryHolland Office (Growth Opportunity Center)Growth Opportunity Center
    Growth Opportunity Center - Counseling Services - NarbethProvide individual, couples and family therapy. Help people with various life problems, mental health issues and addictions.MontgomeryNarberth Office (Growth Opportunity Center)Growth Opportunity Center
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Mental Health Services for Children and AdultsProvides outpatient services for children, ages 3-18 who are challenged by mental health problems. Therapeutic programs include: - TAP (Therapeutic Activities Program) is a therapeutic nursery school designed to help children ages three to five play and work together under the guidance of a therapist and special education teachers. - STEP (Shared Time Education Program) responds to the social, psychological and academic needs of children ages six to 10 who are experiencing mild to moderate emotional disturbances in a regular or special education classroom. - SAP (Student Assistance Program) is a middle- and high-school based service provided by Hall-Mercer to schools in South Philadelphia through a special relationship with the School District of Philadelphia. It is designed to identify and assist students having school-related problems resulting from depression or suicidal feelings. Adults: Provides treatment for psychiatric conditions including mood, personality, anxiety, eating and dissociative disorders as well as schizophrenia and drug and alcohol problems. Following a thorough evaluation, a treatment plan is developed and may include clinical, supportive and case management services. Specialized programs include: - Homeless services - care for people who are homeless or have a history of homelessness. Clients are contacted through street outreach or referral from other service agencies and are then offered a full range of services. - Geriatric outreach program - offers home-based mental health and drug and alcohol services for elderly persons in Center City, North, South and West Philadelphia. - Southeast Asian Program - provides psychiatric and case management services geared specifically to the needs of people from Asian cultures.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Resource Coordination Adult/ChildProvides an intermediate level of case management to support people with serious mental illness. Offers a Southeast Asian element to service languages of Southeast Asia.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Health Opportunity Purpose and EmpowermentAdults 18 or older with a mental health diagnosis, or co-ocurring illness , to offer support and encouragement in their recoveryBlairHealth Opportunity Purpose and EmpowermentHealth Opportunity Purpose and Empowerment
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Valley Creek Crisis Center - Crisis InterventionPhone 1-877-918-2100 or 610-280-3270. County-wide emergency mental health services, available 24 hours a day, provide immediate help for persons experiencing a mental health emergency or emotional crisis. The Service provides quick response-either in person or by phone-for assessment, support, guidance and counseling during a mental health emergency. The purpose of the emergency intervention is to provide assessment and stabilization of a mental health crisis situation and to refer to appropriate treatment services to begin to resolve the problems. The initial assessment may occur in the office or on a mobile outreach visit to the client's residence, police station, emergency room or social service agency. The Service also provides for voluntary psychiatric hospitalization referral. The Service is available to all residents of Chester County.ChesterHOLCOMB BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEMSHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Walk-in Crisis ServicesWalk-in Crisis Services is an important component to the overall crisis system. Individuals experiencing crises benefit from the face-to-face component of intervention which is essential in effectively communicating their needs and developing a solution-focused action plan.ChesterHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems - ExtonHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Walk-in Crisis ServicesWalk-in Crisis Services is an important component to the overall crisis system. Individuals experiencing crises benefit from the face-to-face component of intervention which is essential in effectively communicating their needs and developing a solution-focused action plan.ChesterHolcomb Cornerstone ClubhouseHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Horizon House - Intellectual Disabilities Services - PhiladelphiaHorizon House's supports for persons with intellectual disabilities are designed to increase their ability to manage their lives, and to facilitate active involvement and integration into the community. Individuals with intellectual disabilities are supported in managing their lives and being actively involved in the community. - Housing: Horizon House seeks to help each person with intellectual disabilities find a living arrangement that is most conducive for personal growth and enrichment. Residential services are individualized and flexible so supports can increase or diminish, as preferences and needs change. Options include: community homes, small group residences with round the clock, in-home assistance; semi-independent or supported living arrangements for individuals who need less than 24-hour per day in-home assistance and who live in their own homes or apartments; and Life Sharing (family living), for those desiring a more family-oriented living situation. - Life-Long Supports: Horizon House also offers community integrated employment, financial planning and management services, and retirement planning. The Active Retirement Program provides specialized supports to people with intellectual disabilities living in nursing homes. In Montgomery County, Horizon House provides supports to individuals with both intellectual disabilities and mental health needs.PhiladelphiaHorizon House - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaHorizon House
    Horizon House - Mental Health Services - NorristownHorizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual’s psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House’s interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual’s active membership in his or her family and community. The agency’s interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person’s daily life. Horizon House’s integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. MontgomeryHorizon House - Montgomery CountyHorizon House
    Horizon House - Mental Health Services - PhiladelphiaHorizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual’s psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House’s interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual’s active membership in his or her family and community. The agency’s interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person’s daily life. Horizon House’s integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. PhiladelphiaHorizon House - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaHorizon House
    Horizon House - Mental Health Services - PhoenixvilleHorizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual’s psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House’s interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual’s active membership in his or her family and community. The agency’s interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person’s daily life. Horizon House’s integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. ChesterHorizon House - Chester CountyHorizon House
    Horizon House - Mental Retardation Services - NorristownHorizon House's supports for persons with mental retardation are designed to increase their ability to manage their lives, and to facilitate active involvement and integration into the community. Individuals with mental retardation are supported in managing their lives and being actively involved in the community. - Housing: Horizon House seeks to help each person with mental retardation find a living arrangement that is most conducive for personal growth and enrichment. Residential services are individualized and flexible so supports can increase or diminish, as preferences and needs change. Options include: community homes, small group residences with round the clock, in-home assistance; semi-independent or supported living arrangements for individuals who need less than 24-hour per day in-home assistance and who live in their own homes or apartments; and family living, for those desiring a more family-oriented living situation. - Life-Long Supports: Horizon House also offers community integrated employment, financial planning and management services, and retirement planning. The Active Retirement Program provides specialized supports to people with mental retardation living in nursing homes. In Montgomery County, Horizon House provides supports to individuals with both mental retardation and mental health needs.MontgomeryHorizon House - Montgomery CountyHorizon House
    Human Services - Peer Support ServicesCertified Peer Specialists CPS provide supports to adults with serious and persistent mental illness who are living in the community. The CPS acts as a role model to engage individuals to become more actively involved in their own recovery. They encourage the use of Personal Medicine and work with individuals in the community and at home.ChesterHUMAN SERVICES, INC. DOWNINGTOWNHuman Services - Chester
    Intercommunity Action - Community Supported Recovery ProgramOffers an innovative individualized program for adults with serious mental illness. Helps individuals learn skills to confidently be able to hold a job, return to school, or volunteer in the community.PhiladelphiaIntercommunity Action, Inc - Philadelphia; RoxboroughIntercommunity Action
    Intercommunity Action - Supported Independent LivingHelps adults recovering from mental health challenges to live in the community while developing independent living skills. Offers single or shared apartments and shared single-family houses.PhiladelphiaIntercommunity Action, Inc - Philadelphia; RoxboroughIntercommunity Action
    JEVS Human Services - Road 2 RecoveryRoad 2 Recovery assists individuals who have a mental illness and want to work by supporting and promoting independence, inclusion in the community, and employment. The following is provided: - Career exploration and employment services - Assistance in developing support networks and using community resources - Travel training - Psycho-education groups for illness management and recovery - Outpatient psychiatric treatment, including medication management and therapy - Mentoring - Support from Certified Peer Specialists - Computer training and educational support - Self-sufficiency training - Problem-solving and decision-making skill development - Effective communication, social skills, and coping skills training - Links to JEVS "Vocational Evaluation and Community Employment Services"PhiladelphiaJEVS Human Services - Philadelphia Central LocationJEVS Human Services
    Lancaster County BH/DS - Adult Behavioral Health Case Management UnitCase management services for adults with behavioral health issues identified as serious mental illness. Case managers develop recovery plans for individual clients, arrange for required services, monitor services and serve as an advocate for the individual. Offers mental health support services including information/education, intervention, self management and transitional services. Also provides post disaster mental health services. LancasterLancaster County BH/DS - Hess BoulevardLancaster County Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
    Lebanon County MH/ID/EI - Child, Adolescent, and Adult Mental Health ServicesProvides funding and administrative oversight for services that support Lebanon County residents and their families living with a mental illness. Provides intake, assessment, and coordination of services. For those meeting the eligibility criteria, case management is provided to link, access, monitor and advocate for the consumer. Case Managers assist the consumer in coordinating referrals, linking to and monitoring services, facilitating meetings and working in conjunction with other providers.LebanonLebanon County Mental Health/Intellectual Disability/Early Intervention Program (MH/ID/EI)Lebanon County Mental Health/Intellectual Disability/Early Intervention Program (MHIDEI)
    Lebanon Crisis Intervention/Information and Referral ServicesTrained professionals provide support, assessment, and referral for the following: - Aging problems - Depression - Domestic violence - Drug and alcohol problems - Mental health or mental retardation problems - Parent/child conflicts - Sexual assault - Suicidal thoughts or actions In addition, callers can receive up-to-date information on agencies and support groups which are designed to meet various needs. Provides in person crisis and mobile crisis services.LebanonLebanon Crisis Intervention/Information and Referral CenterWellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    Lehigh County MH/MR - Mental HealthThe Mental Health Program provides a comprehensive array of community-based services and supports for children and adults with mental illness and their families. Crisis intervention line is available 24 hours a day for those experiencing a mental health crisis. Provides information and referral services. Contracts with providers for outpatient services, case management, group homes and housing assistance for adults with mental illness. Services include outpatient mental health treatment, family based mental health services/family therapy, inpatient/outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, psychiatric evaluations, intensive case management, partial hospitalization, community based group homes or rehabilitative host homes, residential treatment and inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. All services for children are covered by medical assistance.LehighLehigh County MH/MR - Mental HealthLehigh County MH/MR
    Mental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main Facility - Adult Mental HealthCommitted to recovery, empowerment, providing services that enhance adult mental health consumers' integration into the community.ErieMental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main FacilityMental Health Association of NWPA
    Mental Health Association of NWPA - Warren State Hospital - External AdvocateProtection of human rights for any persons with mental illness hospitalized at Warren State Hospital. Services available to patients and families. Advocate is also available for consultation to Warren State Hospital staff and administration. Limited service is available to ex-patients who have returned to their communities.ErieMental Health Association of NWPA - Warren State HospitalMental Health Association of NWPA
    Mental Health Casemanagement - Pike County - Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental ServicesAssists consumers in accessing the system via the Base Service Unit (BSU), assessing financial resources, helping consumers choose appropriate services and coordinating all efforts towards service goals. The current array of case management includes administrative case management, resource coordination, and intensive case management.PikeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Pike County OfficeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services
    Mental Health Casemangement - Monroe County - Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental ServicesAssists consumers in accessing the system via the Base Service Unit (BSU), assessing financial resources, helping consumers choose appropriate services and coordinating all efforts towards service goals. The current array of case management includes administrative case management, resource coordination, and intensive case management.MonroeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Monroe County OfficeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services
    Mental Health First Aid TrainingSeveral members are nationally certified as Mental Health First Aid Trainers. They have been training people to be Mental Health First Aiders since early 2009. There are adult helping adult and adult helping youth MHFA 8 hour courses which teach participants a five-step plan to assess a situation, select and implement intervention, and secure appropriate care for the individual. Adult helping adult has some modules: EMS/fire; older adults; higher education; law enforcement, corrections, and public safety; military members, veterans, and their families. 8 hours of training = national certification as Mental Health First Aider.PerryMental Wellness Awareness AssociationMental Wellness Awareness Association
    Mental Health Partnerships - ACCESS - West PhillyACCESS - West Philly works to improve the quality of life for chronically homeless people in Philadelphia who have both a severe mental illness and an addiction. Outreach workers encourage those who are homeless to visit the ACCESS offices in West Philadelphia. There, other program staff is available to offer other assistance through various public systems. Services available include: - Case-Management - Psychiatric and Psychological Services - Supportive Housing PhiladelphiaACCESS Office - West Philly (Mental Health Partnerships (MHP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - ACT NOWACT NOW assists people with mental illnesses who want to find a job. The program provides a 3-week training course followed by a 12-week internship designed to lead to full-time employment. Programs available include: - Information and instruction on how to search for a job - Writing a resume - Taking and giving directions - Make decisions - Communicating appropriately - Listening effectively - Preparing for an internshipPhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Chester County CompeerChester County Compeer arranges one-on-one matches between adults learning to cope with a mental illness who live in Chester County with volunteers of the same sex and of similar age who share common interests and live nearby. The two spend at least four hours a month together participating in social and recreational activities. The program is designed to promote recovery by providing adults with severe mental illnesses with friends who can help in areas dealing with fear, isolation and loneliness.ChesterCompeer - Chester County (Mental Health Partnerships (MHP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Community Advocate ProjectCommunity Advocate Project provides people with severe mental illnesses information about mental health services. Staff members also work individually with consumers of mental health services that need assistance in dealing with the mental health system.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Community Support Connection - MontgomeryProvides individuals who have both a mental illness and substance abuse problem with support as each individual learn how to participate in meaningful social and recreational activities.MontgomeryCommunity Support Connection - Montgomery County (Mental Health Partnerships (MHP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Community Support Programs (CSP) of PACommunity Support Programs (CSP) of PA is a loosely organized coalition of people across Pennsylvania involved in working to improve treatment and support services in the community for people with serious mental illnesses. Members of this coalition are consumers of behavioral health services, family members and professionals. The CSP of PA Technical Assistance office at MHASP offers services on a variety of social related issues. The program is designed to help the coalition work as effectively as possible in assisting adults with serious mental illnesses to live successfully in the community. Services available include: - Education - Training - Consultation - Planning - Advocacy ServicesPhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Compeer in PhiladelphiaCompeer in Philadelphia arranges one-on-one matches between adults learning to cope with a mental illness who live in Philadelphia with volunteers of the same sex and of similar age who share common interests and live nearby. The two spend at least four hours a month together participating in social and recreational activities. The program is designed to promote recovery by providing adults with severe mental illnesses with friends who can help in areas dealing with fear, isolation and loneliness.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - CONNECTCONNECT offers assistance to homeless people in Delaware County who are interested in connecting back into mainstream society. The program offers services on a variety of job related issues. The program is designed to help homeless people find and use needed services that encourage self-sufficiency. Services available include: - Case Management Services - Training in Life Management and Job Readiness Skills - Vocational Counseling - Assistance in Finding EmploymentDelawareCONNECT - Upper Darby (Mental Health Partnerships (MSP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Connect-By-NightCONNECT-BY-NIGHT (CBN) provides overnight shelter for homeless individuals in churches throughout eastern Delaware County. A CBN van transports homeless people from the terminal to the designated shelter each evening and return the individual to the terminal the next morning.DelawareCONNECT - Upper Darby (Mental Health Partnerships (MSP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Connect-To-PermancyCONNECT-TO-PERMANCY provides case management to assist homeless individuals in making a successful transition to independent living. The program is designed to work over a 12 to 24 month period and is tailored to meet the needs of the homeless.DelawareCONNECT - Upper Darby (Mental Health Partnerships (MSP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Halfway ThereHalfway There provides housing and case management services to homeless individuals in Montgomery County who have a mental illness. Program includes training in basic skills needed to manage a home.MontgomeryHalfway There - DeKalb Street (Mental Health Partnerships (MHP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Homeward BoundServes people who have been turned away from shelters and traditional mental health residential programs due to inability to adapt to a more structured environment.PhiladelphiaHomeward Bound - East Oak Lane (Mental Health Partnerships(MHP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Information and ReferralInformation and Referral provide individuals who need assistance with information on a variety of services including behavioral health issues directing callers to the most appropriate service or resource agency.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Institute for Recovery and Community IntegrationInstitute for Recovery and Community Integration introduces and advances communities' understanding of recovery and community integration as the catalyst for transforming individual lives, communities and all levels of behavioral health systems in a culturally competent manner. Programs available include: - Educational Workshops - Mental Health Recovery and Community Integration Education Groups - WRAP Trainings - Certified Peer Specialist Program - Technical AssistancePhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Institutional and Patient AdvocacyInstitutional and Patient Advocacy monitors the treatment, services, discharge planning and benefit information (such as Social Security and Medicaid) provided to inpatients by Norristown State Hospital. Advocates work on the patients' behalf or refer patients' to attorneys or outside agencies that specialize in mental health advocacy and/or law. Advocates also work with the offices of mental health in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties to make sure that appropriate housing and programs are available to meet the needs of patients once they leave the state hospital. The service works to identify and resolve problems in the mental health system through public policy initiatives.MontgomeryNorristown State Hospital, Building 6 (Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania (MHASP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Involved Consumer Action Network (ICAN) of PAInvolved Consumer Action Network (ICAN) of PA encourages people who are consumers of behavioral health services to become more involved in planning and delivering those services and to also play a role in developing mental health policy. ICAN does this by providing training and information about innovative programs, best practices and other developing local and national mental health issues to consumer groups throughout Pennsylvania. The program also advocates for people with mental illnesses to serve on governmental committees and on the boards of private and nonprofit organizations.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Parents Involved Network (PIN)Parents Involved Network (PIN) assists parents or caregivers of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. PIN helps parents find services and will advocate on behalf those with any of the public systems (i.e., mental health system, education, state/local child-servicing agencies) that serve children.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Representative PayeeRepresentative Payee is a program that assists consumers of mental health services who are unable to handle personal finances. Under the program, a representative payee ("rep payee") is designated to receive a consumer's benefit and/or other income payments. The rep payee then assumes responsibility for the consumer's financial well-being by managing such tasks as budgeting, bill paying and distribution of spending money to the consumer.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Special Education Project of PINSpecial Education Project of PIN works to protect the rights of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders in the educational system. The program monitors the Philadelphia School District to make sure it is fulfilling its legal obligation to provide both an education and appropriate services to children who have been determined to have special needs and, as a result, have an Individualized Education Program. In addition, the Philadelphia Office of Mental Health (OMH) goes into the public schools to provide support to children in crisis and training for parents, advocates and professionals about the special education rights of children under local, state and federal law.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Targeted Case Management - West PhillyTargeted Case Management provides case management services to individuals with mental illnesses who have been referred by the Philadelphia County Office of Mental Health. Case managers assist individuals in the recovery from mental illness by making sure that psychiatric, educational, social, and medical needs are addressed by connecting individuals to the appropriate community services.PhiladelphiaACCESS Office - West Philly (Mental Health Partnerships (MHP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Trail GuidesTrail Guides is a mentoring program for young adults who experience mental health challenges. The program is recovery oriented and believes that community integration supports the recovery process. Understanding that young adults transitioning from adolescence often experience loneliness, isolation, stigmatization and boredom, Trail Guides counteracts these negative factors and supports people in finding meaning and purpose in life. The peer mentors create unique opportunities to explore vocational and educational interests. In addition, the program provides travel training for participants to learn how to navigate the community and its resources and encourage and assist participants in building a healthy support network.MontgomeryCommunity Support Connection - Montgomery County (Mental Health Partnerships (MHP))Mental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Training, Education and Consultation Family Center (TEC)Training, Education and Consultation Family Center (TEC) offers workshops designed to help family members, partners and friends learn how to cope with an adult who has a mental illness. TEC also offers one-on-one consultations, either in person or by phone, with family members and friends and trains mental health professionals who work with seriously ill adults and families.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health ServicesHorizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual’s psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House’s interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual’s active membership in his or her family and community. The agency’s interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person’s daily life. Horizon House’s integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. Horizon House - State of DelawareHorizon House
    Merakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - Behavioral Health for Children and Adults - BeaverNHS offers a continuum of care in behavioral health (includes mental health and addictive diseases), integrating services in both community and site based settings. These services provide a wide range of recovery focused treatment, services, and supports for children and adults. BeaverMerakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - BeaverMerakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions
    MHA - Mental Health Information/Advocacy- Provides information and support concerning mental and emotional illnesses. This includes mental health service options and referrals to local psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, and therapists. MHA has a Lending Library, where books, brochures, and videos are available to anyone in the community (free of charge). - Offers advocacy support for individuals with a mental illness or for their family members. - Presentations to schools, clubs, employers, businesses, community groups on anything related to mental health. - Makes referrals for anger management - Leads the Lancaster County Suicide Prevention Coalition LancasterMental Health America of Lancaster CountyMental Health America of Lancaster County
    NAMI Connection - HazletonA weekly recovery support group for people living with mental illness in which people learn from each others’ experiences, share coping strategies, and offer each other encouragement and understanding. The Hazleton, NAMI Connection meeting meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Contact Catholic Social Services of Hazleton at 570-455-1521 for more information.LuzerneNAMI Luzerne/Wyoming Counties-National Alliance on Mental IllnessNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    NAMI Connection - KingstonA weekly recovery support group for people living with mental illness in which people learn from each others’ experiences, share coping strategies, and offer each other encouragement and understanding. The Kingston, NAMI Connection meeting meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. Meetings are held at 259 Wyoming Avenue in KingstonLuzerneNAMI Luzerne/Wyoming Counties-National Alliance on Mental IllnessNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    NAMI Family to Family - KingstonNAMI Family-to-Family is a free 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals living with mental illness. Courses are held at 259 Wyoming Avenue in Kingston.LuzerneNAMI Luzerne/Wyoming Counties-National Alliance on Mental IllnessNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    NAMI Support Group - Wyoming CountyFor more information please call the NAMI Luzerne/Wyoming Office at 570-371-3844 or email us at namiluzernewyoming@gmail.comWyomingNAMI Luzerne/Wyoming Counties-National Alliance on Mental IllnessNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    National Alliance on Mental IllnessGrassroots mental health advocacy organization focuses on educating the public about mental illness to reduce the stigma associated with it, advocating for laws and policies supportive of individuals with mental illness and helping individuals with mental illness connect with support groups in their communities. National Alliance on Mental IllnessNational Alliance on Mental Illness
    National Alliance on Mental IllnessNAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. What We Do We educate. Offered in thousands of communities across the United States through NAMI State Organizations and NAMI Affiliates, our education programs ensure hundreds of thousands of families, individuals and educators get the support and information they need. We advocate. NAMI shapes national public policy for people with mental illness and their families and provides volunteer leaders with the tools, resources and skills necessary to save mental health in all states. We listen. Our toll-free NAMI HelpLine allows us to respond personally to hundreds of thousands of requests each year, providing free referral, information and support—a much-needed lifeline for many. We lead. Public awareness events and activities, including Mental Illness Awareness Week and NAMI Walks, successfully fight stigma and encourage understanding. NAMI works with reporters on a daily basis to make sure our country understands how important mental health is.LuzerneNational Alliance on Mental IllnessNational Alliance on Mental Illness
    National Alliance on Mental Illness - Peer-to-Peer ProgramNAMI Bucks, PA offers Peer-to-Peer. Peer-to-Peer is a unique, 8- week experiential learning program for people with any serious mental illness who are interested in establishing and maintaining their wellness and recovery: - The course was written by Kathryn Cohan McNulty, a person with a psychiatric disability who is also a former provider and manager in the mental health field and a longtime mutual support group member and facilitator. - An advisory board comprised of NAMI consumer members, in consultation with Joyce Burland, Ph.D., author of the successful NAMI Family-to-Family Education program, helped guide the curriculum’s development. - Since 2005, NAMI’s Peer-to-Peer Recovery Program has been supported by AstraZeneca. - Peer-to-Peer consists of ten two-hour units and is taught by a team of two trained "Mentors" and a volunteer support person who are personally experienced at living well with mental illness. - Mentors are trained in an intensive three day training session and are supplied with teaching manuals. - Participants come away from the course with a binder of hand-out materials, as well as many other tangible resources: an advance directive; a "relapse prevention plan" to help identify tell-tale feelings, thoughts, behavior, or events that may warn of impending relapse and to organize for intervention; mindfulness exercises to help focus and calm thinking; and survival skills for working with providers and the general public.BucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County - Bucks; WarringtonNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    National Empowerment Center - Information LineOffer information and technical assistance to promote recovery, empowerment, hope and healing to mental health consumers and survivors. They provide: - A national directory of support groups, drop-in centers and statewide organizations. - Staff for workshops and public speakingNational Empowerment CenterNational Empowerment Center
    National Guard of the United States - Psychological Health ProgramThe National Guard Psychological Health Program has Directors of Psychological Health in every State, Territory, and the District of Columbia to ensure you receive the care you deserve. On their website, you’ll find information and contacts to help you and your family build resiliency, including education to support overall wellness and support for family members and friends. To reach a Director Of Psychological Health in your area, please visit their website.United States Department of Defense, National Guard of the United StatesUnited States Department of Defense
    National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help ClearinghouseProvides information on mental health conditions and connects people with self-help resources, peer-run groups and other organizations or programs that serve people who have been diagnosed with mental health conditions.National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help ClearinghouseNational Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse
    New Directions - Home VisitsHome Visits offers support for individuals experiencing mental illness. The program is designed to visit families of people with mental illness to explain the illness to the family.MontgomeryNew Directions - Montgomery; AbingtonNew Directions
    New Directions - New DirectionsSharing of information and coping strategies for people with mood disorders and their loved ones.MontgomeryNew Directions - Montgomery; AbingtonNew Directions
    New Options - Supportive Personal CareNew Options is a licensed personal care home that promotes clients' independence and integrity by providing a supportive community environment for elderly individuals who are mentally impaired, and who had been institutionalized. Clients are encouraged to function as independently as possible via making decisions and choices on activities of daily living and community participation.MontgomeryNew Options - Montgomery; NorristownResources for Human Development
    Northampton County Mental HealthMental Health services targeted for adults who are seriously mentally ill and children/adolescents who are seriously emotionally disturbed or at-risk of becoming so. Initial access to services is through the Information and Referral Unit. Services: - Telephone Counseling - Mobile Crisis - Crisis Residential Services - Outpatient Services - Targeted Case Management (Intensive Case Management and Resource Coordination) - Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services - Assertive Community Treatment Team Services - Facility and Community Based Vocational Programs - Residential Services - Family Support Services - Housing Support Services - Social Rehabilitation Services - Family Based Services - Warmline Services - Disaster Mental Health Services NorthamptonNorthampton County Mental Health, Developmental ProgramsNorthampton County Mental Health/Early Intervention/Developmental Programs
    Out Patient Services - Tunkhannock - Children's Service CenterThe Outpatient Mental Health Clinic serves children and adolescents who might have difficulty functioning in their community, home, or school. We accept referrals from multiple sources, such as physicians, schools, family and social service agencies. Services include: Psychiatric evaluations Psychological evaluations Medication assessments Substance abuse screening Trauma exposure screening Individual therapy Group therapy Family psycho-educational groups Parenting psycho-educational groups Family therapy Medication monitoring Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)WyomingChildren's Service Center -TunkhannockChildren's Service Center
    Partial Hospitalization - Wilkes Barre - Children's Service CenterThe Partial Hospitalization Treatment Program integrates psychiatric, psychosocial, and educational services for children in need of an intensive, structured and therapeutic setting to stabilize mental health or behavioral symptoms while living in their home setting. Service is provided 5 days a week.LuzerneChildren's Service Center -Wilkes BarreChildren's Service Center
    Penn Foundation - Mental Health Case ManagementMental Health Case Management focuses on community integration and the life domains of housing, financial benefits, education, employment, physical and mental health, and natural social supports. There are two levels of support: - Administrative Case Management: Primarily office-based and less intensive; available to children and adults of Bucks and Montgomery Counties - Blended Case Management: Primarily community-based and offers a more intensive level of service; available to children and adults of Bucks and Montgomery counties; recovery coaching is a model of Blended Case Management for adults that offers team-delivered services with a clinical consultation componentBucksPenn Foundation - Bucks; SellersvillePenn Foundation
    Philadelphia Behavioral Health System and Mental Retardation Services - Mental Health Forensic Case Management ProgramMental Health Forensic Case Management Program provides community based services to individuals who suffer from mental illness, who are incarcerated in the Philadelphia Prison System or who have a history of incarceration. The program works in conjunction with the Department of Behavioral Health Services Targeted Case Management Unit to promote mental health awareness and to improve the lives of those who suffer from mental illness.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    RHD Children’s Services - Children's Outreach Services Program (COSP)Children’s Outreach Services Program (COSP) provides intensive wrap-around mental health services to children in their homes, schools, and communities. Many children need more concentrated care than traditional outpatient services can provide. Our program employs the highest quality treatment professionals to provide these additional services. Our primary goal is to allow the child and family to thrive in their homes and schools so that the need for expensive and disruptive hospitalizations or residential treatment can be avoided.PhiladelphiaResources for Human Development - Philadelphia; East FallsResources for Human Development
    Schuylkill County Mental Health/Developmental Services/and Drug & Alcohol ProgramsResponsible for the overall administration and provision of specialized mental health services, developmental services, and drug and alcohol programs to county residents. Agency also has a children's focus. CASSP(Child & adolescent Support Service Program) that develops and coordinates a plan of care for children and adolescents with emotional, mental health or behavioral issues. CASSP team members and families collaborate to formulate a plan or care that is child-centered, family-based, community based multi-systemic, culturally competent and is the least restrictive and least intrusive as possible. Drug & Alcohol: Screening/Assessment and Referral-funds inpatient treatment, detox, rehab, halfway house, partial hospitalization, outpatient and intensive outpatient programsSchuylkillSchuylkill County Mental Health/Developmental Services/and Drug & Alcohol ProgramsSchuylkill County Mental Health/Developmental Services/and Drug & Alcohol Programs
    Service Access and Management - Blended Case Management for Children and AdultsCoordinates and assists in making appropriate referrals for essential services and monitors the overall delivery of services for individuals with a mental health diagnosisBerksService Access and Management - BerksService Access and Management - Headquarters
    Service Access and Management Inc. - Schuylkill - Mental Health Case ManagementCase management services for adults with behavioral health issues identified as serious mental illness. Case managers develop recovery plans for individual clients, arrange for required services, monitor services and serve as an advocate for the individual. Offers mental health support services including information/education, intervention, self management and transitional services. Also provides post disaster mental health services.SchuylkillService Access and Management Inc. - SchuylkillService Access and Management - Headquarters
    Special Pharmaceutical Benefits Program (SPBP) Mental HealthThe Special Pharmaceutical Benefits Program (SPBP) is a program for low and moderate income individuals and families that helps pay for specific drug therapies used for the treatment of persons with HIV/AIDS or a diagnosis of schizophrenia (DSM code for mental health). The HIV/AIDS side of the SPBP is usually called: AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) in other states. Please see the SPBP HIV/AIDS Drugs Fact Sheet for specific details, for program info visit: (http://www.dpw.state.pa.us/ServicesPrograms/MedicalAssistance/AIDSWaiverProgram/AIDSClozarilProgram/). The Special Pharmacy Benefits Program for Mental Health (SPBP MH) provides payment for the above listed atypical antipsychotic medications, in any form as prescribed, for eligible participants with behavioral health needs. Abilify Clozaril, Clozapine, Geodon, Invega, Risperdal, Risperidone, Seroquel and ZyprexaDauphinPennsylvania Department of Human ServicesPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Support and ProgramsState and Local NAMIs: NAMI's 1,200 affiliate organizations provide local services, support and other opportunities for consumers and their families. Education, Training and Peer Support Center: NAMI offers an array of education and training programs and services for consumers, family members, providers and the general public. These include Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, NAMI Support Group, In Our Own Voice and more. Consumer Support: NAMI empowers and educates mental health consumers to address their issues around care, treatment, services, mutual support and consumer rights. Child and Adolescent Action Center: Families know all too well that the system is failing children and adolescents with mental illnesses. NAMI created the Child & Adolescent Action Center in response to this crisis, to focus attention on systems reform and to help and support families. NAMI on Campus: NAMI on Campus is a network of student-led mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups tailored to the needs of individual college communities. Multicultural Action Center: The Multicultural Action Center focuses attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities and cultural competence in treatment and support for all who are affected by serious mental illness. NAMI Legal Center: The NAMI Legal Center provides lawyer referrals as a service to our members and the general public. Veterans Resource Center: NAMI is proud to provide the following resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends, and advocates. Missing Persons Support: Resources and support for locating missing persons with mental illness. For Providers: To help mental health professionals assist consumers and families further, NAMI has created this section of the NAMI Web site especially for you. Information Helpline: Trained volunteers provide information, referrals, and support to all who have questions about or are affected by serious mental illness. Call 1-800-950-NAMI.*Main Site (NAMI Headquarters) (NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness)National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    Support and ProgramsState and Local NAMIs: NAMI's 1,200 affiliate organizations provide local services, support and other opportunities for consumers and their families. Education, Training and Peer Support Center: NAMI offers an array of education and training programs and services for consumers, family members, providers and the general public. These include Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, NAMI Support Group, In Our Own Voice and more. Consumer Support: NAMI empowers and educates mental health consumers to address their issues around care, treatment, services, mutual support and consumer rights. Child and Adolescent Action Center: Families know all too well that the system is failing children and adolescents with mental illnesses. NAMI created the Child & Adolescent Action Center in response to this crisis, to focus attention on systems reform and to help and support families. NAMI on Campus: NAMI on Campus is a network of student-led mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups tailored to the needs of individual college communities. Multicultural Action Center: The Multicultural Action Center focuses attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities and cultural competence in treatment and support for all who are affected by serious mental illness. NAMI Legal Center: The NAMI Legal Center provides lawyer referrals as a service to our members and the general public. Veterans Resource Center: NAMI is proud to provide the following resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends, and advocates. Missing Persons Support: Resources and support for locating missing persons with mental illness. For Providers: To help mental health professionals assist consumers and families further, NAMI has created this section of the NAMI Web site especially for you. Information Helpline: Trained volunteers provide information, referrals, and support to all who have questions about or are affected by serious mental illness. Call 1-800-950-NAMI.National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania - Montgomery; LansdaleNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    Support and ProgramsState and Local NAMIs: NAMI's 1,200 affiliate organizations provide local services, support and other opportunities for consumers and their families. Education, Training and Peer Support Center: NAMI offers an array of education and training programs and services for consumers, family members, providers and the general public. These include Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, NAMI Support Group, In Our Own Voice and more. Consumer Support: NAMI empowers and educates mental health consumers to address their issues around care, treatment, services, mutual support and consumer rights. Child and Adolescent Action Center: Families know all too well that the system is failing children and adolescents with mental illnesses. NAMI created the Child & Adolescent Action Center in response to this crisis, to focus attention on systems reform and to help and support families. NAMI on Campus: NAMI on Campus is a network of student-led mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups tailored to the needs of individual college communities. Multicultural Action Center: The Multicultural Action Center focuses attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities and cultural competence in treatment and support for all who are affected by serious mental illness. NAMI Legal Center: The NAMI Legal Center provides lawyer referrals as a service to our members and the general public. Veterans Resource Center: NAMI is proud to provide the following resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends, and advocates. Missing Persons Support: Resources and support for locating missing persons with mental illness. For Providers: To help mental health professionals assist consumers and families further, NAMI has created this section of the NAMI Web site especially for you. Information Helpline: Trained volunteers provide information, referrals, and support to all who have questions about or are affected by serious mental illness. Call 1-800-950-NAMI.Norristown, PA Office - Catholic Social ServicesNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    Support and ProgramsState and Local NAMIs: NAMI's 1,200 affiliate organizations provide local services, support and other opportunities for consumers and their families. Education, Training and Peer Support Center: NAMI offers an array of education and training programs and services for consumers, family members, providers and the general public. These include Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, NAMI Support Group, In Our Own Voice and more. Consumer Support: NAMI empowers and educates mental health consumers to address their issues around care, treatment, services, mutual support and consumer rights. Child and Adolescent Action Center: Families know all too well that the system is failing children and adolescents with mental illnesses. NAMI created the Child & Adolescent Action Center in response to this crisis, to focus attention on systems reform and to help and support families. NAMI on Campus: NAMI on Campus is a network of student-led mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups tailored to the needs of individual college communities. Multicultural Action Center: The Multicultural Action Center focuses attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities and cultural competence in treatment and support for all who are affected by serious mental illness. NAMI Legal Center: The NAMI Legal Center provides lawyer referrals as a service to our members and the general public. Veterans Resource Center: NAMI is proud to provide the following resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends, and advocates. Missing Persons Support: Resources and support for locating missing persons with mental illness. For Providers: To help mental health professionals assist consumers and families further, NAMI has created this section of the NAMI Web site especially for you. Information Helpline: Trained volunteers provide information, referrals, and support to all who have questions about or are affected by serious mental illness. Call 1-800-950-NAMI.Pottstown, PA Office - Creative Health ServicesNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    The Forteniters Club - Support GroupsThe Forteniters Club is a group of about sixty adults living with mental illness who meet weekly in Norristown to enjoy music, games, and a meal with one another and with volunteers and members of churches and other community organizations, who provide the meals. Other sponsored activities include weekend trips to Phillies games, movies, bowling, and the Philadelphia Zoo.MontgomeryForteniters Club, Inc. - Montgomery; NorristownForteniters Club
    The Gardens at Pottstown - Nursing Care and Rehabilitation - Chester; PottstownThe Gardens at Pottstown provides nursing care and rehabilitation for individuals in need of assistance due to advanced age, a prolonged illness or challenges with a chronic condition. The service is designed to maximize results and enhance quality of life for each patient. Services available include: - Clinically Complex Nursing Services - Personalized Rehabilitation Therapies - Specially Trained RNs and LPNs - Treatment of Medically Complex Conditions - Cardiac Recovery - IV Therapy - Pain Management - Post-Surgical Care - Wound Care - Hospice Care - Private and Semi-Private Rooms - Restaurant-Style Dining and Special Dietary Support - Engaging Social and Recreational Activities - Dental, Podiatry, Optometry, Psychiatric and Audiology ServicesMontgomeryThe Gardens at Pottstown (Priority Healthcare Group) - Montgomery; PottstownThe Gardens at Pottstown (Priority Healthcare Group)
    Therapeutic Foster Care ProgramAll children with mental health challenges deserve family and a nurturing home environment that meets their therapeutic needs. Many children are living with mental illness in family homes, regular foster homes or group homes that require a level of support and care beyond that available in their current situation. To help these children, Access Services’ Therapeutic Foster Care program seeks extraordinary individuals to serve as Therapeutic Foster Parents. Therapeutic Foster Parents provide a nurturing home environment for children aged nine to eighteen years of age with a need for mental health treatment. These outstanding individuals act as agents of planned change, fulfilling both a treatment and a foster role.SchuylkillSchuylkill/Carbon/BerksAccess Services
    The Well Family Life CenterA Christian Counseling Center & Community Outreach Center Mission: To assist and empower women affected by various social-economic factors; to provide counseling and training to families in crisis to develop stronger individuals as community assets Soaking Biblical Counseling Ministry Training Workshops for growth, personal fulfillment YorkThe Well Family Life CenterThe Well Family Life Center
    Tioga County Department of Human Services - Blended Case Management (BCM)Services for eligible individuals who have a mental or emotional illness. This service is provided for adults and children. Participants set their goals based on their strengths and needs. Provides a trained case manager to access service advocate and build supports that will help them live a healthy and stable life in the community.TiogaTioga County Department of Human Services - Family ServicesTioga County Department of Human Services
    Tioga County Department of Human Services - Community Support Program (CSP)a coalition of mental health consumers, family members and professionals working to help adults with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders live successfully in the community. This is a statewide coalition that links CSP nationally with regional and local CSP’s throughout the State.TiogaTioga County Department of Human Services - Community Outreach Residential (CORe)Tioga County Department of Human Services
    Transitions Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program - Northeast Counseling Services HazletonServices assist individuals, 18 years of age or older with functional impairments as a result of an emotional disorder. The program is designed to develop, enhance, and retain: Psychiatric stability, Social competencies, Independence of living, Personal adjustment, Vocational/education adjustment, Occupational Competence. The overall goal is for the consumer to experience more success and satisfactions within the community through: -Establishing rehabilitation readiness - the confidence, hope and motivation necessary to actively participate in the change process. -Establishing and identifying goals related to specific living, learning, working or socializing. -Planning strategies and acquiring the necessary skills and resources to reach and maintain these desired goals. -Support individuals' choices in developing the necessary supports to maintain those goals and valued roles.LuzerneNortheast Counseling HazletonNortheast Counseling Services
    Transitions Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program - Northeast Counseling Services NanticokeServices assist individuals, 18 years of age or older with functional impairments as a result of an emotional disorder. The program is designed to develop, enhance, and retain: Psychiatric stability, Social competencies, Independence of living, Personal adjustment, Vocational/education adjustment, Occupational Competence. The overall goal is for the consumer to experience more success and satisfactions within the community through: -Establishing rehabilitation readiness - the confidence, hope and motivation necessary to actively participate in the change process. -Establishing and identifying goals related to specific living, learning, working or socializing. -Planning strategies and acquiring the necessary skills and resources to reach and maintain these desired goals. -Support individuals' choices in developing the necessary supports to maintain those goals and valued roles.LuzerneNortheast Counseling NanticokeNortheast Counseling Services
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - Military Families Near and FarMilitary Families Near and Far is an initiative funded by the Department of Defense (DoD) and developed by the Sesame Workshop to provide military parents and their young children with multimedia educational resources to cope with the transitions of military life. The website offers the highly successful Talk, Listen, Connect portfolio of video skits with Muppet characters Elmo and Rosita portraying military children dealing with a variety of situations including having a parent deployed, homecomings where a parent has been injured, or the case of the death of a parent. The website also provides creative tools to improve parent-child communication by promoting self-expression of military children and through connecting the children with their deployed parent on a family-based social network. A family of mobile applications bring the resources and tools of Military Families Near and Far to the mobile environment. The Big Moving Adventure mobile app is an interactive story that emotionally prepares preschoolers for the common occurrence of military moves. The award-winning Feel Electric! mobile app teaches military children, through educational games, to identify feelings so they can more easily express their feelings related to the challenges of deployment. The Sesame Street for Military Families mobile application consolidates the Talk, Listen, Connect multimedia content for access by smartphones and tablets. Each of these DoD-funded resources were developed with the professional and educational knowledge of psychologists, child development, military life and technology experts. The Talk, Listen, Connect multimedia content has been shown to increase the confidence of young military parents and the well-being of their children through improved communication around the difficult topics related to deployments. United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - Military PathwaysMilitary Pathways is a Department of Defense website where you can take an anonymous mental health self-assessment test. If you represent a military unit, installation or DoD/VA organization that supports military members, veterans or their families you can also order program materials. The Department of Defense is offering the Military Pathways program as part of its ongoing support of military members and their families. The program is accessible online at http://www.militarymentalhealth.org. It provides free, anonymous mental health and alcohol self-assessments for veterans and family members and service personnel in all branches including the National Guard and Reserve. The Department of Defense and National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2.health.mil) provide these materials free of charge to support your military community. Ordering does not guarantee receipt of a product, as the demand is often greater than the inventory. Please provide as much detail as possible regarding your use of the products to help ensure receipt. Priority is given to Military Installations. We will contact you to confirm your order prior to sending it. Additionally, please be aware that feedback is required from you about how you utilized the materials if you receive a kit. You must complete this information within two weeks of using the kit. Failure to provide feedback may impact your ability to receive Military Pathways materials in the future. Military Pathways will no longer provide paper screening forms as part of our kits. If you would like to use paper screening forms, you may make copies from the Military Pathways Downloadable Materials page. United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Homeless Veterans Program: Mental Health Services for VeteransThe United States Department of Veterans Affairs is committed to ending Veteran homelessness by the end of 2015. No one who has served our country should ever go without a safe, stable place to call home. The entire department has put its energy and resources into ending Veteran homelessness. VA's programs provide individualized, comprehensive care to Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our Veterans return from service with wounds we cannot always see. VA is committed to providing our Veterans with the mental health services they deserve. Too often, the emotional scars of service can contribute to Veteran homelessness or place Veterans at risk of homelessness. VA offers many mental health services for Veterans to help them get back on their feet. VA provides a variety of programs and services that Veterans can take advantage of, including:
    • Domiciliary Care for Homeless Veterans (DCHV) Program Domiciliary care was initially established to provide services to economically-disadvantaged Veterans, and it remains committed to serving that group. The Domiciliary has evolved from a "Soldiers' Home" to become an active clinical rehabilitation and treatment program for male and female Veterans and domiciliary programs are now integrated with the Mental Health Residential Rehabilitation and Treatment Programs (MH RRTPs). Domiciliary Care for Homeless Veterans Program
    • Substance Use Disorder Treatment Enhancement Initiative VA’s Substance Use Disorder Treatment Enhancement Initiative provides substance use services in the community to aid homeless Veterans’ recovery.
    • Readjustment Counseling Service’s Vet Center Programs The Readjustment Counseling Service’s Vet Center Programs feature community-based locations and outreach activities that help to identify and match homeless Veterans with necessary services.
    • VA’s Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program VA’s Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program offers outreach, exams, treatment, referrals, and case management to Veterans who are homeless and dealing with mental health issues, including substance use. At more than 135 HCHV sites, trained, caring VA specialists provide the tools and support necessary for Veterans to get their lives on a better track. Call VA’s toll-free hotline or visit Learn more about the HCHV Program.
    Visit website for additional information on these programs.
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Homeless Veterans ProgramUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - Coaching into Carethe Veterans Health Administration's Coaching into Care provides a free and confidential coaching service to help callers discover new ways to support their Military Members with a goal of getting them into Mental Health treatment or learn of other resources to resolve issues. The Families of Soldiers and Veterans now have a chance to receive assistance and on-going follow-up with a Life Coach from the VA. Coaching Into Care is aimed to show the Family Member how to support their Military Member, with regular one-on-one ‘life coaching’ via phone, which provides the skills of communication, education, navigating the VA system, treatment options, how to positively deal with a Military Member’s resistance to treatment; use of web-based video training to understand causes and find solutions.United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - MIRECC and CoEUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
    Venango County Department of Human Services - Main Complex - Mental Health/Intellectual Disability ServicesProvides services to both children and adults with mental health and intellectual disabilities.VenangoVenango County Department of Human Services - Main ComplexVenango County Department of Human Services
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System: Community Support Program/Mental Health Intensive Case Management ProgramVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Community Support Program/Mental Health Intensive Case Management Program (MHICM)works with veterans diagnosed with serious mental illness, helping them transition to community living and fostering independence and recovery. MHICM advocates a philosophy of recovery and rehabilitation. Veterans enrolled in this program have an assigned intensive case manager who has frequent contact with them through regular visits. The case manager will facilitate their integration into the community using natural support systems, such as family, landlords and employers, whenever possible. Our integrated, multidisciplinary team delivers services that provides intensive, flexible community support, improves health status by reducing psychiatric symptoms, and decreasing inpatient hospital use, focuses on recovery, and improves community adjustment, functioning and quality of life. AlleghenyVA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - University Drive Campus: Community Residential CareVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Community Residential Care (CRC) program provides health care supervision to eligible Veterans who do not need acute hospital or skilled nursing home care but are unable to live independently due to mental health conditions or long-term chronic diseases and do not have family to provide such care. CRC provides:
    • Assistance with housing (Veterans can choose from residential group homes within 60 miles of the University Drive campus that are inspected annually by the CRC team),
    • Minimal assistance with activities of daily living,
    • 24-hour supervision as determined on an individual basis.
    AlleghenyVA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
    Vision for Equality - Advocacy ServicesWe provide a free, independent link for individuals who live in Philadelphia and receive or require MR services. Our focus is on assuring that the rights of people receiving services are protected and they are treated with dignity and respect. We want to empower people and their families to advocate for themselves. The services we provide are. . . - Advocate, monitor and take action to assure personal rights - Act as an impartial source of assistance for conflict resolution - Evaluate the adequacy of policies, procedures and services - Provide individual training and consultation - Referral for legal information and servicesPhiladelphiaVision for Equality, Inc - Philadelphia; ChinatownVision for Equality
    Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) - Home Health CareHome health care services are provided throughout the community to patients of all ages with acute and chronic illnesses. Nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and home health aides promote recovery; restore health; teach patients and families how to manage chronic illness; and maximize independence in activities of daily living. Specialty services provided by expert clinicians address the specific needs of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cancer, dementia, wounds, incontinence, ostomies, and mental/behavioral health problems.PhiladelphiaThe Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Philadelphia - Philadelphia; East FallsVisiting Nurse Association (VNA) of Greater Philadelphia
    Volunteers of America - Mental Health Supportive LivingSupportive Living case workers provide psychiatric rehabilitation services to Mental Health consumers in the community where they reside.DauphinVolunteers of AmericaVolunteers of America
    WellSpan Philhaven Crisis Intervention, Children and Adults - York HospitalTrained professionals provide support, assessment, and referral for the following: - Aging problems - Depression - Domestic violence - Drug and alcohol problems - Mental health or mental retardation problems - Parent/child conflicts - Sexual assault - Suicidal thoughts or actions In addition, callers can receive up-to-date information on agencies and support groups which are designed to meet various needs. Provides in person crisis and mobile crisis services.YorkWellSpan Behavioral Health York HospitalWellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services
    West Place Clubhouse Socialization and Recreation Club for Individuals with Mental Health DisabilitiesProvides recreational and socialization programs for individuals with mental health disabilitiesWestmorelandSocialization and Recreation Club for Individuals with Mental Health DisabilitiesWest Place Clubhouse
    WESWay WellnessWESWay Wellness Center focuses on providing services to patients with private insurance. We provide a full range of behavioral health and holistic services.MontgomeryWES Health System Health Center/WESWay Wellness/A&E (WES Health System)WES Health System
    Work Ordered Day ProgramThe Work Ordered Day Program consists of six work units: Clerical, Food Service, Education, Administrative, and Transitional Employment. New members may choose to experience each unit during an orientation period in order to determine which area is of greatest interest to them. The Clerical Unit’s duties involve receptionist work, scheduling of appointments, outreach, and member intakes and orientation. Computers are available for training in word processing, database development, preparation of monthly newsletters, and research. Additional responsibilities include Database Management, Network Management, Internet Services, Web site Administration and Computer User Technical Support. Finally, this unit is also responsible for the ordering of supplies, photocopying and filing. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit’s responsibilities include meal preparation, grocery shopping, menu planning, outreach, cashiering, bank deposits, financial procedures, and operation of food service equipment and maintenance of food service areas. This unit maintains the grounds and garden. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit also manages the Blue Dove Café. The snack bar offers snacks and beverages to members and staff throughout the day. Our Education Unit assists members in basics reading, writing, science, current events and math. Some members and staff have been trained as tutors through the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy. Members are currently offered the opportunity to also learn from state of the art adult literacy and GED preparation software. A support dinner is held once a week for individuals who want to improve their educational skills. The Transitional Employment Unit obtains entry-level, paid employment opportunities in our local business community for Chestnut Place members. Placements are part-time and last approximately six to eight months. T.E. is available to all members and T.E. participants are encouraged to experience more than one placement. Weekly employment dinners are held for all working members. The T.E. Unit provides forums for members to discuss barriers and incentives to work. Members who work in the T.E. Unit assist with the preparation of the material for the discussions at the T.E. dinners, the employment record keeping and statistics and clerical duties within the unit. The Administrative Unit, in collaboration with other units, coordinates development activities, billing, fundraising, record keeping, statistics, budget development and management. LehighClubhouse of Lehigh CountyPA Clubhouse Coalition
    Work Ordered Day ProgramThe Work Ordered Day Program consists of six work units: Clerical, Food Service, Education, Administrative, and Transitional Employment. New members may choose to experience each unit during an orientation period in order to determine which area is of greatest interest to them. The Clerical Unit’s duties involve receptionist work, scheduling of appointments, outreach, and member intakes and orientation. Computers are available for training in word processing, database development, preparation of monthly newsletters, and research. Additional responsibilities include Database Management, Network Management, Internet Services, Web site Administration and Computer User Technical Support. Finally, this unit is also responsible for the ordering of supplies, photocopying and filing. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit’s responsibilities include meal preparation, grocery shopping, menu planning, outreach, cashiering, bank deposits, financial procedures, and operation of food service equipment and maintenance of food service areas. This unit maintains the grounds and garden. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit also manages the Blue Dove Café. The snack bar offers snacks and beverages to members and staff throughout the day. Our Education Unit assists members in basics reading, writing, science, current events and math. Some members and staff have been trained as tutors through the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy. Members are currently offered the opportunity to also learn from state of the art adult literacy and GED preparation software. A support dinner is held once a week for individuals who want to improve their educational skills. The Transitional Employment Unit obtains entry-level, paid employment opportunities in our local business community for Chestnut Place members. Placements are part-time and last approximately six to eight months. T.E. is available to all members and T.E. participants are encouraged to experience more than one placement. Weekly employment dinners are held for all working members. The T.E. Unit provides forums for members to discuss barriers and incentives to work. Members who work in the T.E. Unit assist with the preparation of the material for the discussions at the T.E. dinners, the employment record keeping and statistics and clerical duties within the unit. The Administrative Unit, in collaboration with other units, coordinates development activities, billing, fundraising, record keeping, statistics, budget development and management. LehighCornerstone ClubhousePA Clubhouse Coalition
    Work Ordered Day ProgramThe Work Ordered Day Program consists of six work units: Clerical, Food Service, Education, Administrative, and Transitional Employment. New members may choose to experience each unit during an orientation period in order to determine which area is of greatest interest to them. The Clerical Unit’s duties involve receptionist work, scheduling of appointments, outreach, and member intakes and orientation. Computers are available for training in word processing, database development, preparation of monthly newsletters, and research. Additional responsibilities include Database Management, Network Management, Internet Services, Web site Administration and Computer User Technical Support. Finally, this unit is also responsible for the ordering of supplies, photocopying and filing. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit’s responsibilities include meal preparation, grocery shopping, menu planning, outreach, cashiering, bank deposits, financial procedures, and operation of food service equipment and maintenance of food service areas. This unit maintains the grounds and garden. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit also manages the Blue Dove Café. The snack bar offers snacks and beverages to members and staff throughout the day. Our Education Unit assists members in basics reading, writing, science, current events and math. Some members and staff have been trained as tutors through the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy. Members are currently offered the opportunity to also learn from state of the art adult literacy and GED preparation software. A support dinner is held once a week for individuals who want to improve their educational skills. The Transitional Employment Unit obtains entry-level, paid employment opportunities in our local business community for Chestnut Place members. Placements are part-time and last approximately six to eight months. T.E. is available to all members and T.E. participants are encouraged to experience more than one placement. Weekly employment dinners are held for all working members. The T.E. Unit provides forums for members to discuss barriers and incentives to work. Members who work in the T.E. Unit assist with the preparation of the material for the discussions at the T.E. dinners, the employment record keeping and statistics and clerical duties within the unit. The Administrative Unit, in collaboration with other units, coordinates development activities, billing, fundraising, record keeping, statistics, budget development and management. Lehigh*Main Site (Chestnut Place Clubhouse)PA Clubhouse Coalition
    Work Ordered Day ProgramThe Work Ordered Day Program consists of six work units: Clerical, Food Service, Education, Administrative, and Transitional Employment. New members may choose to experience each unit during an orientation period in order to determine which area is of greatest interest to them. The Clerical Unit’s duties involve receptionist work, scheduling of appointments, outreach, and member intakes and orientation. Computers are available for training in word processing, database development, preparation of monthly newsletters, and research. Additional responsibilities include Database Management, Network Management, Internet Services, Web site Administration and Computer User Technical Support. Finally, this unit is also responsible for the ordering of supplies, photocopying and filing. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit’s responsibilities include meal preparation, grocery shopping, menu planning, outreach, cashiering, bank deposits, financial procedures, and operation of food service equipment and maintenance of food service areas. This unit maintains the grounds and garden. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit also manages the Blue Dove Café. The snack bar offers snacks and beverages to members and staff throughout the day. Our Education Unit assists members in basics reading, writing, science, current events and math. Some members and staff have been trained as tutors through the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy. Members are currently offered the opportunity to also learn from state of the art adult literacy and GED preparation software. A support dinner is held once a week for individuals who want to improve their educational skills. The Transitional Employment Unit obtains entry-level, paid employment opportunities in our local business community for Chestnut Place members. Placements are part-time and last approximately six to eight months. T.E. is available to all members and T.E. participants are encouraged to experience more than one placement. Weekly employment dinners are held for all working members. The T.E. Unit provides forums for members to discuss barriers and incentives to work. Members who work in the T.E. Unit assist with the preparation of the material for the discussions at the T.E. dinners, the employment record keeping and statistics and clerical duties within the unit. The Administrative Unit, in collaboration with other units, coordinates development activities, billing, fundraising, record keeping, statistics, budget development and management. LehighThe Greenhouse CenterPA Clubhouse Coalition
    Work Ordered Day ProgramThe Work Ordered Day Program consists of six work units: Clerical, Food Service, Education, Administrative, and Transitional Employment. New members may choose to experience each unit during an orientation period in order to determine which area is of greatest interest to them. The Clerical Unit’s duties involve receptionist work, scheduling of appointments, outreach, and member intakes and orientation. Computers are available for training in word processing, database development, preparation of monthly newsletters, and research. Additional responsibilities include Database Management, Network Management, Internet Services, Web site Administration and Computer User Technical Support. Finally, this unit is also responsible for the ordering of supplies, photocopying and filing. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit’s responsibilities include meal preparation, grocery shopping, menu planning, outreach, cashiering, bank deposits, financial procedures, and operation of food service equipment and maintenance of food service areas. This unit maintains the grounds and garden. The vanAmerigen Food Service Unit also manages the Blue Dove Café. The snack bar offers snacks and beverages to members and staff throughout the day. Our Education Unit assists members in basics reading, writing, science, current events and math. Some members and staff have been trained as tutors through the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy. Members are currently offered the opportunity to also learn from state of the art adult literacy and GED preparation software. A support dinner is held once a week for individuals who want to improve their educational skills. The Transitional Employment Unit obtains entry-level, paid employment opportunities in our local business community for Chestnut Place members. Placements are part-time and last approximately six to eight months. T.E. is available to all members and T.E. participants are encouraged to experience more than one placement. Weekly employment dinners are held for all working members. The T.E. Unit provides forums for members to discuss barriers and incentives to work. Members who work in the T.E. Unit assist with the preparation of the material for the discussions at the T.E. dinners, the employment record keeping and statistics and clerical duties within the unit. The Administrative Unit, in collaboration with other units, coordinates development activities, billing, fundraising, record keeping, statistics, budget development and management. LehighWellspring ClubhousePA Clubhouse Coalition
    YCHSD, York/Adams MH-IDD Program, York - Mental Health Program• Mental Health Program • York/Adams MHIDD Program serves individuals in York and Adams Counties who need support and assistance with services for mental illness. Case managers are able to connect eligible clients with needed services. •MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: Offers direct services for targeted case management for children and adults who are diagnosed with a mental illness. We also provide specialized case management for individuals in the criminal justice system and individuals who participate in the Community Hospital Integration & Project Program (CHIPP). We contract with providers in the community to offer the following services: Transitional Residential Services, Community Residential Services, Club House/Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Facility Based Vocational Services, Outpatient Mental Health Services, Respite Care Services, Social Rehabilitation Services, Supported Housing, Supported Employment, Psychiatric Inpatient, Crisis Diversion Services, and Day Treatment (Partial Hospitalization). •FOR ASSISTANCE WITH PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCIES, 24 hours a day, please call: York Hospital Crisis Intervention Services (Wellspan) at(717) 851-5320 Gettysburg Hospital (Wellspan) at (717) 334-2121 Hanover Hospital (True North Wellness Services) at (717) 637-3711 True North Wellness Services (Mobile Crisis) at (717) 632-4900 YorkYork/Adams MH-IDD ProgramYork County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD
    York/Adams MH-IDD Program, Adams - Mental Health Program• Mental Health Program • York/Adams MHIDD Program serves individuals in York and Adams Counties who need support and assistance with services for mental illness. Case managers are able to connect eligible clients with needed services. •MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: Offers direct services for targeted case management for children and adults who are diagnosed with a mental illness. We also provide specialized case management for individuals in the criminal justice system and individuals who participate in the Community Hospital Integration & Project Program (CHIPP). We contract with providers in the community to offer the following services: Transitional Residential Services, Community Residential Services, Club House/Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Facility Based Vocational Services, Outpatient Mental Health Services, Respite Care Services, Social Rehabilitation Services, Supported Housing, Supported Employment, Psychiatric Inpatient, Crisis Diversion Services, and Day Treatment (Partial Hospitalization). •FOR ASSISTANCE WITH PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCIES, 24 hours a day, please call: York Hospital Crisis Intervention Services (Wellspan) at(717) 851-5320 Gettysburg Hospital (Wellspan) at (717) 334-2121 Hanover Hospital (True North Wellness Services) at (717) 637-3711 True North Wellness Services (Mobile Crisis) at (717) 632-4900 AdamsYork/Adams MH-IDD ProgramYork County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD

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