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    Mutual support groups whose members are people who have specific social, emotional or other mental health problems. Families and friends may also be welcome. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet; and provide an opportunity for participants to share information, practical tips for daily living and encouragement about issues related to the problem.

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    Alle-Kiski NAMIA self-help support and advocacy group of parents, relatives, and friends of the mentally ill that offers emotional support and information about mental illness, coping strategies, and local services that may be able to help with specific problems. Professional mental health counselors facilitate the meetings. Meets every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7pm, at the Citizens Gerneral Hospital auditorium, located on the corner of Seventh st. and Fourth Ave., in New Kensington.Alle-Kiski NAMINAMI SW PA1
    American Foundation for Suicide PreventionSupports research to better understand suicide and its prevention; provides information about mental health and suicide prevention to professionals, the media and the general public; publicizes the magnitude of the problems of depression and suicide, advocates for policies and legislation that can help prevent suicide and educate those interested in mental health and suicide prevention; and offers education programs for those who may struggle and survivors of suicide loss. American Foundation for Suicide PreventionAmerican Foundation for Suicide Prevention
    Anxiety and Panic with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Support GroupOn hold temporarily Peer-led support for persons with panic, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders to share strengths, coping mechanisms and concerns. Friends and family members are welcome and educational materials are provided. No therapy is conducted. LancasterMental Health America of Lancaster County - Support GroupsMental Health America of Lancaster County
    Arc of Chester County - AdvocacyAdvocacy services help families and self-advocates understand and navigate the mental health/intellectual and developmental disability service systems. Our advocates safeguard individual rights and promote self-determination and inclusion. The Arc's advocates provide one-to-one support and mentoring services, help parents effectively plan for their adult childs future and effectively participate in planning meetings, accompany families and self-advocates to meetings as needed, provide ongoing support for self-advocates with limited family involvement, initiate, promote, and support individual and county-wide self-determination and self-advocacy efforts, provide training for self-advocates, monitor progress made in the areas of inclusion, self-determination, employment, habilitation, and recreation, and actively promote systems change and improvement through state and national lobbying. The Arc's education advocacy services help parents, guardians, and students develop a plan of action for obtaining a free and appropriate education and helping students make meaningful progress on their educational goals.ChesterArc of Chester County, The - Chester; West ChesterArc of Chester County
    Arc of Chester County - Support GroupsThe Arc of Chester Countys advocacy services help families and self-advocates understand and navigate the mental health/intellectual and developmental disability service systems. Our advocates safeguard individual rights and promote self-determination and inclusion. The Arcs advocates: provide one-to-one support and mentoring services, help parents effectively plan for their adult childs future and effectively participate in planning meetings, accompany families and self-advocates to meetings as needed, provide ongoing support for self-advocates with limited family involvement, initiate, promote, and support individual and county-wide self-determination and self-advocacy efforts, provide training for self-advocates, monitor progress made in the areas of inclusion, self-determination, employment, habilitation, and recreation, and actively promote systems change and improvement through state and national lobbying. The Arcs education advocacy services help parents, guardians, and students develop a plan of action for obtaining a free and appropriate education and helping students make meaningful progress on their educational goals. All children and students from birth to 21 who are eligible or suspected of being eligible for specialized education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Improvement Act IDEIA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, or the Americans with Disabilities Act ADA can access The Arc of Chester Countys education advocacy services.ChesterARC OF CHESTER COUNTY, THEArc of Chester County
    Arc of Erie County - Lake Erie Area Disability Support (LEADS)Support group for individuals and families touched by an intellectual disability supported by the Arc of Erie. Dedicated to encouraging the unlimited potential of children and adults with an intellectual disability.ErieArc of Erie CountyArc of Erie County
    Autism Society of America - ASCEND - Support GroupFamilies of adults with Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism and similar diagnoses hold ASCEND chapter meeting support group. This group offers a private listserv to ASCEND members.MontgomeryASCEND Chapter for Families of Adults with AS and Similar DiagnosesAutism Society of America - Greater Philadelphia Chapter
    Bipolar Education GroupAn educational support group for those with bipolar disorder, especially those who are newly diagnosed. A topic driven discussion takes place each meeting. Family and friends are welcome. LancasterMental Health America of Lancaster County - Support GroupsMental Health America of Lancaster County
    Bipolar Support Discussion GroupA peer-led support group for persons diagnosed with Bipolar Mood Disorder (Manic-Depression), their families and friends. Come to share strengths, coping mechanisms and concerns. Educational materials are available. LancasterMental Health America of Lancaster County - Support GroupsMental Health America of Lancaster County
    Bipolar Support GroupPeer support for women and men 18 years and older. Join to share concerns, strengths and coping mechanisms. A professional diagnosis is not needed and educational materials are provided. The group does not provide therapy. Families and friends are also welcome.LancasterBipolar Support GroupMental Health America of Lancaster County
    Brandywine Hospital - Mental Illness Support GroupBrandywine Hospital has been taking care of families for more than 100 years. With excellent physicians and advanced medical technology, the staff provides exceptional care for patients in its 243-bed licensed facility.ChesterBRANDYWINE HOSPITALBrandywine Hospital
    Chester County Autism Support GroupThe Chester County Autism Support Group mission is to provide general information that would benefit both professionals and parents. Members will be in the Chester County Autism Support Group NEWS Parents and Professionals are invitedMembers will receive newsletters, programs, conferences, advocate and general information from other organizations.Members are welcome to submit postings in the NEWS. All postings, however, will first be reviewed by the moderator to assure that the postings would benefit the group. To submit postings to the NEWS, email to CCAutismSG@msn.com 2 Members will be invited to the Chester County Autism Support Group Listserv Parent invitation only. Direct contact with the support group parents. The mission of the Listserv is to provide general information that would benefit parents. We welcome your ideas, questions,concerns, experiences and recommendations. The group consists of parents and no professionals except for Dr. Mareile Koenig speech pathologist, BSC, and a West Chester University professor. It would be helpful to have a professional point of view. 3 Members are invited to a Day or a Night Coffee Outings A chance to meet and share experiences and recommendation. 4 Annual Chester County Autism Support Group Pool Party for the whole family. Held at The Griffin's home: 17 Constitution Dr. Chadds Ford, PA 19317ChesterCHESTER COUNTY AUTISM SUPPORT GROUPChester County Autism Support Group
    CME-Changing Minds through Enrichment Mental Health MinistriSupport group meetings; Wellness and recovery seminars and workshops; Advocacy training and peer networking.DauphinChanging Minds Through Enrichment Mental Health MinistriesChanging Minds Through Enrichment Mental Health Ministries
    Community Crossroads Peer Support Center - Peer Support CenterPeer Support Center provides a safe and comfortable environment where mental health consumers have the opportunity to socialize and become involved in different activities including support groups, self-help groups, advocacy groups and special interest groups, as well as other activities in and outside the center.ChesterCommunity Crossroads Peer Support Center - Chester; West ChesterCommunity Crossroads Peer Support Center
    Compeer of Lebanon County Mental Health Support GroupsProvides free mental health support groups for any individual age 18 and older who is experiencing anxiety, panic attacks, and/or diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizoaffective disorder or any other mental health condition. -General Mental Health Support Group, for individuals 18 and older in mental health recovery, offered the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 5:30 to 6:45pm. -Family Support Groups, for individuals 18 and older with loved ones in mental health recovery, offered the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 7:00pm to 8:15pm.LebanonCompeer of Lebanon CountyCompeer of Lebanon County
    Confronting Anxiety - Support GroupSupport group to help those who are dealing with panic attacks and anxiety.LancasterWorship CenterWorship Center
    Coping with Anxiety and PanicProvides positive education, support and goal setting opportunities. The group is in contact with medical consultants and will sponsor guest speakers.DauphinPinnacle Health Cumberland Campus - Fredricksen Outpatient CenterPinnacleHealth
    Creative Health Services - PottstownCounseling/Mental Health Outpatient Programs Career Services Center Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Counseling for Drug & Alcohol Services Montgomery County Case Management for Children and Adults Peer Support Program Postpartum Depression Support Group Health Navigator/Wellness Recovery Tobacco Cessation Program Healthy Weight/Healthy Families Initiative Domestic Violence Prevention & Intervention ProgramsMontgomeryCreative Health Services - PottstownCreative Health Services
    CSP Monthly Meeting"A group of people in recovery from mental illness, family members & professionals working together to help adults in recovery from serious mental illness live sucessfully in our community." The meetings offer education & updates on mental health organizations in the area.CumberlandCUMBERLAND/PERRY COMMUNITY SUPPORTCumberland/Perry Community Support
    Depression and Bipolar Support AlliancePatient-directed national organization provides scientifically based tools and information written in plain language about mood disorders. DBSA supports research to promote more timely diagnosis, develop more effective and tolerable treatments, and discover cures. The organization also works to ensure that people living with mood disorders are treated equitably. Depression and Bipolar Support AllianceDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance
    Depression and Bipolar Support AllianceA support group for people with a chronic depressive illness and their families. Provides ongoing community education and individual/family advocacy. Meets at Bellefield Towers, 8th Floor Room 847, 100 North Bellefield Street.AlleghenyDepression and Bipolar Support AllianceUPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital
    Depression and Bipolar Support Group - Pocono LakePeer support group, social activities and program speakers for depression/bipolar disorder consumers and their family and friends. Meets at Pocono Lake United Methodist Church on the second Thursday on the month from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. MonroeDepression and Bipolar Support AllianceDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance
    Depression and Bipolar Support Group - Pocono MountainPeer support group, social activities and program speakers for depression/bipolar disorder consumers and their family and friends.MonroeDepression and Bipolar Support AllianceDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance
    Depression Awareness and Women's Needs Support Group (D.A.W.N.)Peer support for women over age 18 who are battling depression. Sharing of concerns, strengths and coping mechanisms. A professional diagnosis is not needed and educational materials are provided but the group does not provide therapy. Families and friends are also welcome. LancasterMental Health America of Lancaster County - Support GroupsMental Health America of Lancaster County
    Depression Support GroupDepression Support groupDauphinPinnacleHealth - Polyclinic HospitalPinnacleHealth
    Depression Support Group - Finding Our WayPeer-led support group for men and women. Provides a safe environment to share feelings, challenges and triumphs. Family members and friends may join in.LancasterMental Health America of Lancaster County - Support GroupsMental Health America of Lancaster County
    Depression Support Group, UPMC Pinnacle Hanover HospitalFor anyone struggling with depression.YorkDepression Support Group, UPMC Pinnacle Hanover HospitalUPMC Pinnacle Hanover
    Dickinson Center - Adult Habilitation CenterDirect service employees provide services to adults with developmental disabilities who live in community settings which include families, group homes, and Lifesharing. Services consist of supervision, training, and support in general areas of self-care, communication, community participation, and socialization. Areas of emphasis include: therapeutic activities, fine and gross motor development, mobility, personal adjustment, use of community resources, and relationship development.ElkDickinson Center - Ridgway FacilityDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - Autism ServicesOffers autism spectrum disorder diagnostic and treatment services for children through 18 years of age. Treatment options include: occupational therapy, brief treatment mobile therapy, sensory integration therapy, social skills groups for teens and children, and individual therapy.ElkDickinson Center - Ridgway FacilityDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - C.O.P.E. Drop-In CenterThe center includes a pool table, TV, DVD player, a library, living room, kitchen, computer, craft area. The center includes a safe, social environment for people in recovery and find community resources.ElkDickinson Center - C.O.P.E. Drop-In CenterDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation ProgramMobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation (MPR) provides individuals services to learn skills in one’s home and/or in the community. The MPR Program is a recovery – oriented program that is highly individualized and directed by the individual receiving services. A key element of rehabilitation is to help empower one to make choices about one’s life. This service is delivered individually to each member and services are tailored to individual’s wants and needs. The MPR Specialist meets with the individual in his/her home, work, school, social environment, which helps to increase their success and satisfaction. This service also ensures to fit each individual’s cultural background, natural environment, and special needs.ElkDickinson Center - Ridgway FacilityDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - Peer Support ServicesPeer Specialist services are specialized therapeutic interactions conducted by self-identified current or former consumers of mental health services. The peer specialist is trained and certified to offer support and assistance in helping others in their recovery and community-integration process. Services can include but are not limited to Goal planning and assistance, Peer to peer counseling, Wellness groups, Personal Wellness Recovery Plan (WRAP), Psychiatric Advanced Directive, Advocacy, Community awareness and integration awareness, Self determination and self discovery.ElkDickinson Center - Ridgway FacilityDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - P.R.I.D.E. Psychiatric Rehabilitation ProgramGroups and activities throughout the day that are facilitated by both staff and PRIDE members. The groups and activities are all focused toward recovery, and PRIDE members reaching their goals.PotterDickinson Center - Coudersport Main FacilityDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - Staying Connected with your Teen (SCT)Five session parenting series teaches parents and teens the skills they need to improve family communication and family bonding.ElkDickinson Center - St. Mary's Children's CenterDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - S.T.E.P.S. Psychiatric Rehabilitation ProgramProvide mental health consumers choice within an array of services designed to assist them in enhancing levels of functioning in specific life areas including living, working, playing and learning in their place of choice with the least amount of professional intervention.ElkDickinson Center - Ridgway FacilityDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - Student Assistance Program (SAP)SAP identifies barriers interfering with student success through screenings, referrals, recommendations, support, and follow-up. Possible recommendations include school-based supportive counseling and referrals to outside services.PotterDickinson Center - Coudersport Main FacilityDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - The LIFE/Incredible Years (IY) ProgramThe LIFE/IY Program is a school-based prevention program that provides goal-oriented services to students and their families. Program Caseworkers are based directly in the elementary schools. They work with students, parents and classroom teachers on the development of an individualized support plan. Examples of goals include (but are not limited to): • Coping (including grief & loss, parent separation/divorce, etc.) • Peer relationships/Social skills • Academics/Organization/Study skills • Self-esteem • Problem solving The LIFE/IY Program is provided at no cost to elementary school-aged students and their families in Elk and Cameron counties.ElkDickinson Center - St. Mary's Children's CenterDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - The Place Drop-In CenterThe center includes a TV, DVD player, a library, living room, kitchen, computer, and craft area. The Place is consumer driven and focuses on recovery principles. Monthly activities are suggested by the consumers. Example activities throughout the month include; cinch tournaments, dinners, X-Box, crafts, coffee club, and bingo.PotterDickinson Center - The Place Drop-In CenterDickinson Center
    Dickinson Center - Wellness GymThe Wellness Gym exercise equipment includes an Elliptical, Recumbent bike, Weider Pro Weight Home Gym and two Treadmills.ElkDickinson Center - C.O.P.E. Drop-In CenterDickinson Center
    Doylestown Health - Support GroupsOffers a variety of support groups on multiple topics.BucksDoylestown Health - Support GroupsDoylestown Health
    Educational Programs - Mental IllnessMonthly support group meets the third Monday of the Month, 7:00 - 8:30 PM at Epiphany Lutheran Church 1100 Colonial Road Hbg, PA Family to Family Education Program: a twelve week, one night per week for familes and friends with a mental illness. Peer to Peer & In Our Own Voice - for persons with mental illness. Peer to Peer Education Program: 2 hours per day for 10 days. In Our Own Voice, a two hour presentation presented by two consumers talking about their recovery.DauphinNational Alliance on Mental Illness of Dauphin CountyNational Alliance on Mental Illness
    Family Support Group - NewtownNAMI Bucks County, PA holds a peer-led support group for family members, care givers, and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.BucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness - Family Support GroupsNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    Family Support Group - WarringtonNAMI Bucks, PA offers peer-led support group for family members, care givers, and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.BucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness - Family Support GroupsNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance - Support Group CentralProvides a variety of support groups for individuals with mental or physical health issues. **Go to website www.grmha.org **BerksGreater Reading Mental Health AllianceGreater Reading Mental Health Alliance
    Highmark Caring Place – A Center for Grieving Children, Adolescents, and Their FamiliesA peer support group for grieving children, adolescents and their families. Also provide consultation, information, and referral services and education to community groups.AlleghenyHighmark Caring Place - Allegheny CountyHighmark Caring Place
    Horizon House - Peer Support Center - Support GroupThe Community Crossroads Peer Recovery Center in West Chester is a mental health service operated by people in recovery that embodies the principles of self-help and empowerment. The Center provides a safe and comfortable environment where people with psychiatric disabilities can learn independence through involvement in peer-run social, recreational, educational and advocacy activities. Community Crossroads is committed to reducing the negative attitudes towards people with mental illnesses, and increase community respect for and understanding of persons with mental illness. For more information call 610-429-1702.ChesterCommunity Crossroads Peer Support CenterHorizon House
    JFCS Counseling ServicesProvides counseling assessment and treatment for individuals, families, couples, and children. Offers support groups in addition to therapy conducted by licensed clinical social workers, professional counselors, and psychiatrists. Provides family consultation for children with special needs for issues with aging and caring for older adults.AlleghenyJFCS Counseling ServicesJewish Family and Community Services
    Lehigh Valley Health Network - Support Groups/ClassesInformation on support groups, classes, events and resources for specific conditions. LehighLehigh Valley Health NetworkLehigh Valley Health Network
    Men's Depression Support GroupPeer support for men over age 18, or younger who are accompanied by a parent or adult, who are battling depression. Sharing of concerns, strengths and coping mechanisms. A professional diagnosis is not needed and educational materials are provided but the group does not provide therapy. Families and friends are also welcome. Support group for men battling depression. LancasterMental Health America of Lancaster County - Support GroupsMental Health America of Lancaster County
    Mental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main Facility - Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Group (DBSA)This is a weekly mental health consumer run support group for persons diagnosed with depression or bipolar disorder.ErieMental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main FacilityMental Health Association of NWPA
    Mental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main Facility - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)/Anxiety Support GroupPeer support to anyone diagnosed with PTSD and people suffering from significant symptoms of anxiety.ErieMental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main FacilityMental Health Association of NWPA
    Mental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main Facility - Schizophrenia AnonymousSupport group for adults diagnosed with schizophrenia or related disorders.ErieMental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main FacilityMental Health Association of NWPA
    Monthly Program and Support GroupMonthly Program and Support Group for family, consumers, friends. An educational program is offered quarterly during the first half of the group CumberlandNAMI Pennsylvania Cumberland/Perry CountiesNAMI Pennsylvania Cumberland/Perry Counties
    Mother-to-Mother Post Partum Depression GroupA support group for women suffering from postpartum depression. Postpartum depression, or PPD, is a term used to include a variety of emotional problems that a woman may experience after childbirth. Symptoms range from mild blues to total despair and may develop immediately after delivery or any time within the first year. Group offers peer support to women suffering from many facets of postpartum depression. Provides information and education for friends and family members. Nursing babies are welcome.LancasterMental Health America of Lancaster County - Support GroupsMental Health America of Lancaster County
    NAMI - Alle-KiskiProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts for families of adults with a mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Offers phone support, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only.WestmorelandNAMI SW PANAMI Southwestern PA
    NAMI - Beaver CountyProvides education, support, and advocacy for persons with a mental illness, families and mental health workers.BeaverNAMI - Beaver CountyNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI - CAN Beaver CountyProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts by family members with a child or adolescent with a mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Offers phone support, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only.NAMI - CAN Beaver CountyNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI - Can HomewoodProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts by family members with a child or adolescent with a mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Offers phone support, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only.NAMI - Can HomewoodNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI - Can Indiana County PAProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts by family members with a child or adolescent with a mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Offers phone support, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only.NAMI - Can Indiana County PANAMI SW PA1
    NAMI - C. A. R. E. - Beaver CountyConsumers adovocating recovery through empowerment.NAMI - C. A. R. E. - Beaver CountyNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI - C. A. R. E. Fayette CountyConsumers advocating recovery through empowermentNAMI - C. A. R. E. Fayette CountyNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI Connection/Family Support MeetingsMeetings are open to all adults living with mental health conditions. Starting in June 2019, meetings will be held every 3rd. Wednesday of the month at 6:00pm.LuzerneNAMI Luzerne/Wyoming Counties PANAMI Luzerne/Wyoming Counties PA
    NAMI Connection Recovery Support GroupConnection support group - open to consumers with any diagnosis (depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, etc.) offer a structured group process designed to encourage, support and empower.CumberlandNAMI Pennsylvania Cumberland/Perry CountiesNAMI Pennsylvania Cumberland/Perry Counties
    NAMI ConnectionsProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts to family members with an adult suffering a mental illness. Offers meetings, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only. Meetings are held once a month.WestmorelandNAMI SW PANAMI Southwestern PA
    NAMI Family & Friends Support GroupMental health related support groups for family members and friends of those affected by mental illness.CambriaNAMI SW PANAMI Southwestern PA
    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 Fayette CountyProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts for and on behalf of mental health consumers and family members, including friends and professionals. Meets at Fayette County Health Center. NAMI Fayette CountyNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI Keystone - Berks County AffiliateDedicated volunteers, members and leaders work to raise awareness and provide essential education, advocacy and support group programs for people in our community living with mental illness and their loved ones.BerksNAMI Keystone - Berks County AffiliateNAMI Keystone - Berks County Affiliate
    NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania - Lancaster County AffiliateA support group for relatives and friends of persons with serious mental illness. Meetings include open discussion and are structured to offer information to anyone dealing with mental illness. Second Tuesday of the month is a meeting night at 7:00 p.m. in 790 New Holland Avenue Conference Room. LancasterNAMI Keystone Pennsylvania - Lancaster County AffiliateNAMI Keystone Pennsylvania - Lancaster County Affiliate
    NAMI Lehigh ValleyFamily-based mental health advocacy organization provides programs for individuals and families affected by mental illness. Services include 12-week Family to Family Education Program for families of individuals with mental illness, 9-week peer to peer course on managing mental illness and a weekly recovery support group for anyone with any kind of mental illness. LehighNAMI Lehigh ValleyNational Alliance on Mental Illness
    NAMI McKeesport AreaTo help family members and friends of the adult mentally ill cope, learn and know they are not alone.Meets 2nd Thursday of the month, Penn State Greater Allegheny, Frable Bldg.AlleghenyNAMI SW PANAMI Southwestern PA
    NAMI of Indiana CountyProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts for families of adults with a mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Offers meetings, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends, consumers and professionals; adults only. The General Membership group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7 pm in the Self Help Alliance Drop in Center. The Family Support Group meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 7pm in the Newman Center. NAMI of Indiana CountyNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI of Mon Valley - MonessenProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts for families of adults with a mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Offers phone support, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only.WestmorelandNAMI SW PANAMI Southwestern PA
    NAMI PA Mon ValleyProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts for families of adults with a mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Offers phone support, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only.WestmorelandNAMI SW PANAMI Southwestern PA
    NAMI Pittsburgh East - FamiliesSupport and education for families members with a mentally ill adult member. Meetings, telephone support, education, and social support are provided. The group meets at Beulah Presbyterian Church, 2500 McCrady Rd., Room 206, Churchill, PA 15235. The group does not meet in July and AugustAlleghenyNAMI SW PANAMI Southwestern PA
    NAMI Pittsburgh SouthSupport for families of the mentally ill. Meets at Southminster Presbyterian Church House , Mt. Lebanon, 801 Washington Rd.NAMI Pittsburgh SouthNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI Sewickley - Family ConnectionsProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts to family members with an adult suffering a mental illness. Offers meetings, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only. Meetings are held once a month at Sewickley Valley Hospital.NAMI Sewickley - Family ConnectionsNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI *SW PA Family to Family Education CourseA free 12-week course for families of individuals with severe psychiatric disorders. The teachers are family members and the course has been designed and written by a family member who is also a mental health professional. The course focuses on these disorders: schizophrenia, clinical depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, bipolar depression (manic depression,) and panic disorder. You will learn about clinical treatments and how to cope as a family. Also covered will be handling crises and relapses, problem solving, community services, and advocacy. The course is designed for parents, siblings, adult children and significant others rather than the individual with the brain disorder. NAMI *SW PA Family to Family Education CourseNAMI SW PA1
    NAMI Washington CountyProvides support, education, and advocacy efforts for families of adults with a mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Offers phone support, education, and practical information. The group is for family members and friends; adults only.WashingtonNAMI Washington CountyNAMI SW PA1
    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 Illness (NAMI) of York CountyNAMI provides support groups, advocacy, and education for individuals and family members dealing with mental illnesses. NAMI is an information and referral source for consumers, family members and the general public. A 12-week family education course (Family-to-Family) and a 10-week education course for persons who have an illness (Peer-to-Peer) are offered periodically during the year. Educational videos, pamphlets and a lending library are available at the office location. NAMI Support Group Meetings:
  • Luther Memorial Church 1907 Hollywood Drive, York Time: 1st Tuesday of the month, 6:30pm to 8:00pm Contact: Susan Hein or Danielle @ 717-848-3784 Details: This support group is for family members/caregivers of those with mental health diagnosis. Weekly Support Group for Consumers:
  • NAMI Connections Support Group Luther Memorial Church 1907 Hollywood Drive, York Time: Wednesdays, 6:00pm to 7:30pm Contact: Susan Hein or Danielle @ 717-848-3784 Details:This support group is for persons with a mental health diagnosis.
  • NAMI York County office 140 Roosevelt Avenue, York, PA 17401 Time: Thursdays 10:00am-11:30am
  • NAMI Connections Support Group, Lewisberry Family First Health 308 Market Street Lewisberry, PA 17339 Time: 3rd Thursday of each month, 2:00pm to 3:30pm Details: This support group is for persons with a mental health diagnosis.
  • YorkNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of York CountyNational Alliance on Mental Illness
    National Alliance on Mental Illness - Support GroupNAMI Chester County is an affiliate of the national organization that provides support, education and advocacy for the family members and friends of people living with mental illness.ChesterNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL CHESTER COUNTYNational Alliancee for the Mentally Ill Chester 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
    New Directions - Support GroupSupport Group is a gathering of individuals and families with bipolar disorder and depression to facilitate healing through camaraderie and storytelling. The program is designed to help individuals participate in society to the fullest through work, volunteerism and involvement in the community. Eligibility Criteria: - Must have a primary diagnosis of a mood disorder (depression or bipolar disorder) or be a family member or friend of an individual with a mood disorder - Must be under the care of a physician (preferably a psychiatrist) - Must not have an active substance abuse problemMontgomeryNew Directions - Montgomery; AbingtonNew Directions
    No Longer Alone - Support GroupYear-round support group for those struggling with mental challenges (i.e. depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.) facilitated by a Christ centered professional mental health therapist from No Longer Alone Ministries.LancasterWorship CenterWorship Center
    Norristown State Hospital - Co-Occurring DisordersServes both men and women who are dually diagnosed. This service identifies, educates, and treats psychiatric patients who have the additional presence of a drug or alcohol addiction/history by DSM IV diagnosis. A Certified Addictions Counselor provides and/or arranges for appropriate services for them. Two programs are conducted on campus: Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) and Double Trouble.MontgomeryNorristown State Hospital - Montgomery; NorristownNorristown State Hospital
    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
    Obsessive Compulsive AnonymousA fellowship of people who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from OCD.Obsessive Compulsive AnonymousObsessive Compulsive Anonymous
    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Support GroupThe OCD support group is a self-help discussion group that offers information, support, and encouragement to persons diagnosed with OCD and its spectrum disorders and to their friends and families. The group does not have a professional facilitator at this time.CumberlandObsessive-Compulsive Disorder Support GroupObsessive-Compulsive Disorder Support Group
    Online Support GroupsMood-disorder online support groups affiliated with the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA). Our goal is to help our support group participants towards wellness. Our groups are: - Led by trained facilitators who are peers, that is, individuals with a mood disorder - Certain groups open to family and friends with or without the patient/consumer - An empowering experience free of charge and no pre-registration required - NOT a therapy group ; we do NOT give professional advice - we just share mutual experiences to educate and support each other.730 N Franklin St, Suite 501, Chicago IL (Online Support Groups)Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance of NJ
    Penndel Mental Health Center - Caring Chain Support GroupA free support group for adult family and friends of individuals with mental illness.BucksPenndel Mental Health Center - Bucks; LanghornePenndel Mental Health Center
    Penndel Mental Health Center - Peer Support ProgramProvides peer support to individuals with mental illness to give hope, support and assistance to achieve their recovery goals.BucksPenndel Mental Health Center - Bucks; LanghornePenndel Mental Health Center
    Penn Foundation - Outpatient GroupsProvides a range of outpatient support and therapy groups on bullying, teen wellness, anger management, depression, dialectical behavioral therapy, emotion regulation, peer support, hearing voices, chronic pain, trauma and bullying, empowerment, drug and alcohol recovery.BucksPenn Foundation - Bucks; SellersvillePenn Foundation
    Pink and Blues Philadelphia - GroupA group for bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals dealing with mental illness.PhiladelphiaPink and Blues PhiladelphiaPink and Blues Philadelphia
    Reach Out Foundation - Bright PerspectivesA group for people with mood disordersBucksReach Out Foundation - Bucks; LanghorneReach Out Foundation
    Reach Out Foundation - Co-Occurring GroupFor people with an addiction and mental health issueBucksReach Out Foundation - Bucks; LanghorneReach Out Foundation
    Reach Out Foundation - PTSD GroupFor people suffering with PTSDBucksReach Out Foundation - Bucks; LanghorneReach Out Foundation
    Reach Out Foundation - Social TimeSocial time is a group offered by Reach Out Foundation for anyone with a mental illness/ or addiction disorder to gather and talk with peers.BucksReach Out Foundation - Bucks; LanghorneReach Out Foundation
    Recovery and Support MinistryOpen-ended support group using the Recovery Method: a system of techniques for controlling anxiety, excessive fears, nervousness, excessive anger and compulsiveness.DauphinGoodwin Memorial Baptist ChurchGoodwin Memorial Baptist Church
    Recovery International, Harrisburg ChapterMental Health/ Self- Help support groupsDauphinRecovery International, Harrisburg ChapterRecovery International
    Recovery International in Toms RiverA self-help, mental-health support group that offers understanding to people who suffer from stress, tension, anxiety, panic, worry, anger, depression, fatigue and feelings of helplessness.1070 Hooper Ave, Toms River NJ (Recovery International in Toms River)Abraham Low Self-Help Systems
    Recovery International Pittsburgh ChapterA community self-help mental health and emotional support group. Serves those who have trouble with depression, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorders, bipolar disorders, and other mental and emotional distress. Offers a self-help training method to persons having trouble with depression, anxiety, phobias, panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorders, bipolar disease, and anger. Weekly meetings: Monday: North Hills, Squirrel Hill; Tuesday: Brentwood; Wednesday: Dormont and Monroeville; Thursday: Penn Hills; and Saturday: McKeesport. Visit the web site for meeting times.AlleghenyRecovery International - Pittsburgh ChapterRecovery International
    Recovery Support Group - LevittownNAMI Bucks, PA offers a Peer-Led Support group for adults living with mental illness. Participants will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by NAMI trained facilitators who've been there.BucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness - Recovery Support GroupNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    Recovery Support Group - PerkasieNAMI Bucks, PA offers a Peer-Led Support group for adults living with mental illness. Participants will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by NAMI trained facilitators who've been there.BucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness - Recovery Support GroupNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    Recovery Support Group - WarringtonNAMI Bucks, PA offers a Peer-Led Support group for adults living with mental illness. Participants will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by NAMI trained facilitators who've been there.BucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness - Recovery Support GroupNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    Recovery Support Group - YardleyNAMI Bucks, PA offers a Peer-Led Support group for adults living with mental illness. Participants will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by NAMI trained facilitators who've been there.BucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness - Recovery Support GroupNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    Resources for Human Development - Creating Increased Connections - Montgomery; BridgeportStaffed primarily by people with the lived experience of mental health and co-occurring challenges. Our direct service includes both individual and group peer support. Additionally CIC coordinates the training institute for the Montgomery Co. Office of Behavioral Health. The mission of the training institute is to increase the competency of our workforce particularly in delivering recovery best practices and in evidence-based treatments.MontgomeryCreating Increased Connections - Montgomery; BridgeportResources for Human Development
    Social Rehabilitation, TrueNorth Wellness Services, Hanover Office (Frederick St.)Assisting individuals with persistent, chronic, and mental disorders to be successful members of the community and have a greater quality of life.YorkTrueNorth Wellness Services, Hanover Office- Frederick StreetTrueNorth Wellness Services
    St. Clair Hospital Mental Health Support GroupA support group for adults suffering from mental illness and their families. The meetings are led by mental health professional staff. The support group offers an educational session and time for open discussion.AlleghenySt. Clair HospitalSt. Clair Hospital
    St Luke's Hospital and Health Network - Support Groups and ClassesOffers a variety of support groups and classes. Call for information NorthamptonSt Luke's University Health NetworkSt Luke's University Health Network
    Support Group for Families of The Mentally IllA support group offering caring and sharing to family members of the mentally ill. The group meets year-round and is facilitated by a professional.AlleghenySupport Group for Families of The Mentally IllUPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital
    Support Groups-Recovery Inc.Recovery Inc. offers meetings to men and women of all ages that ease the suffering from mental health issues by gaining skills to lead more peaceful and productive lives. Meetings are: Mondays at 7:00 pm at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Church St & Wyoming Ave, Kingston, PA Contact: 570-762-1718 Thursdays at 7:00 pm at Dorranceton United Methodist Church, 549 Wyoming Ave., Kingston Contact: 570-762-1718LuzerneRecovery Inc.Recovery International
    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
    Turning PointMental health treatment center, memory disorders, group therapySchuylkillTurning PointTurning Point
    UPMC Altoona Depression and Bipolar Self-Help GroupMembers meet for mutual assistance in helping to deal with depression. Intended to complement formal care of depression and bipolar disorder.BlairUPMC Altoona Behavioral Health ServicesUPMC Altoona
    UPMC Altoona Mental Health Support GroupSupport group for individuals affected by depression and bipolar.BlairUPMC Altoona Depression and Bipolar Self-Help Support GroupUPMC Altoona
    UPMC Susquehanna - Support Group for Postpartum DepressionPostpartum Support International, a therapeutic support group for women and their loved ones affected by postpartum depression, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Meets weekly at Pennsylvania College of Technology library. For meeting time and location, call 570-560-4715.LycomingUPMC Susquehanna - Susquehanna Behavioral HealthUPMC Susquehanna
    Voice and Vision - Bucks CoutnyOffers support groups and advocacy for individuals and families with mental illness. Also offers a consumer satisfaction team to monitor the quality of mental health services.BucksVoice and Vision - Main Office - Bucks CountyVoice and Vision
    Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic Obsessive-Compulsive DisorderA support group for persons age 18 or older with obsessive-compulsive disorder; there is also a support group for families of people with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Meetings are held at 3501 Forbes Avenue, 7th Floor, room 722 and 731.AlleghenyWestern Psychiatric Institute and Clinic Obsessive-Compulsive DisorderUPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital
    Westmoreland County Depression and Bipolar Support GroupWestmorelandWestmoreland County Depression and Bipolar Support GroupWestmoreland County Depression and Bipolar Support Group
    West Shore Support GroupMonthly support group for family, consumers and friends.CumberlandNAMI Pennsylvania Cumberland/Perry CountiesNAMI Pennsylvania Cumberland/Perry Counties

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