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    Programs that specialize in providing therapeutic interventions that utilize classical and operant conditioning techniques including positive and negative reinforcement, systematic desensitization, covert sensitization, relaxation training and aversion techniques to reduce or eliminate maladaptive behavior.

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    Adams County Location Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Outpatient * Brief Treatment (call York office at 717-845-7652) * JUMP (call York office at 717-845-7652)AdamsLaurel Life - Behavioral HealthFolium, Inc.
    Albert Einstein Healthcare Network - Behavioral HealthBelmont Behavioral Health is one of the largest, most comprehensive behavior health systems in Philadelphia. For over 70 years, Belmont has provided compassionate, confidential, quality behavior health care to people of all ages. Part of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Belmont provides the full continuum of psychiatric care, providing emergency, triage and evaluation, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospital, inpatient, residential and outpatient services.PhiladelphiaBelmont Center for Comprehensive TreatmentAlbert Einstein Healthcare Network
    Albert Einstein Medical Center - CARAT Program (Outpatient Child Psychiatry Program)Provides behavioral, individual, and family support, including medication management for children 18 months old and up.PhiladelphiaAlbert Einstein Medical Center - Philadelphia; OlneyAlbert Einstein Medical Center
    Bedford County Location Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Brief TreatmentBedfordLaurel Life - Behavioral HealthFolium, Inc.
    Behavioral Health Rehabilitation ServicesBehavioral Health Rehabilitation Services include: Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS): The TSS provides therapeutic support to a child in a specified social, behavioral or emotional area of concern. The TSS helps a child improve on needs that have been identified by the child, family and community supports. Behavioral Specialist Consultant (BSC): The BSC provides assessment, treatment planning and direction and supervision of the TSS and ensures coordination of care. Mobile Therapy (MT): The MT provides direct therapy to children in the home and community setting, treatment planning and direction and supervision of the TSS.FranklinMomentum ServicesMomentum Services
    BHRS Wraparound servicesBehavioral Health and Rehabilitation Services (BHRS): provides intensive support services to children and their families in the home, school, and community settings. The goal of the BHRS is to: stabilize behavior; increase coping and management skills by the youth, their family, and collaterals; and decrease the need for more intensive levels of care. This can include Mobile Therapy, Behavior Specialist Consultation, and Therapeutic Staff Support. Services are provided in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Perry, and York Counties). For more information about BHRS, please contact: •In York and Adams Counties, call Christine Abrams at 717-632-4900 ext. 1202 •In the Greater Harrisburg Area*, call Cori Reed at 717-657-2080 ext. 1930 DauphinTrueNorth Wellness Services, Harrisburg OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services
    CareLink Community Support Services - Assessment and Forensic ServicesSince 1991, CareLink has been providing services for adults with disabilities who do not fit into existing forensic or behavioral health care services. CareLink’s specialized services help ensure that people with problem sexual behavior or forensic involvement get effective treatment for improved community functioning.DelawareCareLink Community Support Services - DelawareCareLink Community Support Services
    CATCH CMH/MRC - Children's Partial ServicesProvides diagnostic and therapeutic services to elementary and middle school children enrolled in several Southeast Region Public Schools. The program is designed to work with elementary and middle school children who are demonstrating severe emotional and behavioral problems in either the school or home setting.Philadelphia1417 Oregon Ave Philadelphia, PA (Children's Partial & Outpatient Services)CATCH, Inc.
    CATCH CMH/MRC - Consultation & Education ServicesProvides outreach services to children and their families with emphasis on individualized plans than are bio-psych-socially appropriate and culturally competent. The program design ensures that a child at risk for behavioral health issues gain access to necessary community based agencies. In addition to service acquisition, the program facilitates workshops for parents/caregivers and educators. The focal point of these workshops is to educate school staff and families about the child's system of care, resource development and behavior management.Philadelphia1227 South 15th St Philadelphia, PA (Consultation & Education Services)CATCH, Inc.
    Chestnut Knoll At HomeHomemaker Services provide services to individuals with the inability to accomplish daily tasks and depend on a family member for help. The service is designed to help individuals live an enriched life in the comfortable surroundings of home. Services available include: - Conversation and Companionship - Dressing and Grooming - Bathing and Personal Hygiene Assistance - Assistance with Ambulation - Medication Monitoring - Behavior Management and Family Education for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease - Meal Preparation - Home-Cooked Meal Delivery - Light Housekeeping and Laundry - Transportation to Appointments - Shopping and Errands - Case Management Services - Arrangements for Respite Care in an Assisted Living or Independent Living Facility - Arrangements for Hospice Care - Daily Wellness CallsMontgomeryChestnut Knoll at Home - GilbertsvilleChestnut Knoll At Home
    Chestnut Knoll At Home - Homemaker ServicesHomemaker Services provide services to individuals with the inability to accomplish daily tasks and depend on a family member for help. The service is designed to help individuals live an enriched life in the comfortable surroundings of home. Services available include: - Conversation and Companionship - Dressing and Grooming - Bathing and Personal Hygiene Assistance - Assistance with Ambulation - Medication Monitoring - Behavior Management and Family Education for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease - Meal Preparation - Home-Cooked Meal Delivery - Light Housekeeping and Laundry - Transportation to Appointments - Shopping and Errands - Case Management Services - Arrangements for Respite Care in an Assisted Living or Independent Living Facility - Arrangements for Hospice Care - Daily Wellness CallsChester*Main Site (Chestnut Knoll At Home)Chestnut Knoll At Home
    Children's Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services - Community Counseling Services - Commonwealth HealthEliminates the need for hospitalization or other more traditional therapies by providing support for children and adolescents in their home, school and community. The program includes a comprehensive treatment plan for the child coupled with individual counseling and one-on-one therapeutic support.LuzerneCommunity Counseling Services (CCS)Commonwealth Health
    Children's Crisis Treatment Center - Center-Based ServicesCcTC's Center-Based Programs provide services to children presenting with significant emotional/behavioral issues: -Therapeutic Nursery (TN) - an early childhood day-treatment program for children ages 2 1/2 through 5 who present with significant emotional / behavioral challenges. The TN provides a full array of emotional / behavioral health services in a therapeutically structured, full-day program including psychiatric services, group therapy, and educational activities. - Outpatient Department - provides assessments, biopsychosocial evaluations, individual therapy, medication management and family therapy for children ages 2 through 13 who present with a wide array of emotional/behavioral health challenges. The Outpatient Department serves as the gateway to other services at CcTC. - Trauma Services Department - The Trauma Services Department at CcTC includes the Trauma Assistance Program (TAP) and Sexual Trauma Treatment Program (STTP). The Trauma Assistance Program provides specialized treatment in the clinic and in the community to children ages 18 months through 13 years and their families who have recently witnessed/experienced a traumatic event (e.g., homicide, suicide, physical abuse, house fire, catastrophic accident, domestic violence, community violence). The Sexual Trauma Treatment Program is a specialized treatment program within the Trauma Services Department focusing on victims of sexual abuse/assault. - Tamaa - West African Refugee Assistance Program - An extension of the Trauma Services Department, Tamaa is a community and school-based program designed to meet the emotional / behavioral health and social service needs of West African refugee children and their caregivers who have relocated to Southwest Philadelphia. The program serves those who have witnessed and experienced war-related trauma in their homelands and in refugee camps and who are in the process of acculturating to their new communities. - Parent/Caregiver Services - CcTC has a family-focused, consumer-driven treatment philosophy. This family-oriented approach encompasses parents and caregivers in all phases of their child's treatment and includes direct services to parents and caregivers.PhiladelphiaChildren's Crisis Treatment Center Philadelphia; FishtownChildren's Crisis Treatment Center
    Children's Crisis Treatment Center - Community Based ServicesCcTC's Community Based Services provide services to children and their families by assisting them in learning to achieve success with the natural resources that are available to them within their communities: - Behavioral Health RehabilitationServices (BHRS) - CcTC's BHRS program provides emotional and rehabilitative support for children. This service places support into the child's community, school and home by providing individualized Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS) Services, Mobile Therapy (MT), Behavioral Specialist Consultation (BSC) and Care Coordination Services. - Intensive Care Management - program provides direct services to children who display serious emotional challenges. ICM works to ensure that children and their families utilize natural supports as well as traditional and non-traditional community resources to develop appropriate relationships with family and caregivers. Services include assessment and evaluation of medical; family and educational history; support network and resource building for the child and family; and child and system advocacy. - Summer Therapeutic Enrichment Program (STEP) - therapeutic/recreational summer camp for children. The camp provides children with a safe environment where they can develop and practice needed social skills while school is not in session during the summer months. Most of the children have been denied access to other summer camps due to behavioral and emotional difficulties in the past. In STEP, all children successfully complete the summer-long program, learn valuable skills and explore community options. Most importantly, they have the opportunity to enjoy childhood activities as others do while receiving art, dance/movement and recreational therapies. - Family-Based Program - offers team-delivered services rendered in the home and community. These short-term, intensive services are designed to integrate behavioral health treatment, family support services and routine care coordination services. By taking this approach, the program aims to enable families to continue to care for their children with serious emotional disturbances at home and therefore reducing the need for out of home placement.PhiladelphiaChildren's Crisis Treatment Center Philadelphia; FishtownChildren's Crisis Treatment Center
    Children's Crisis Treatment Center - School-Based ServicesCcTC's School Based Services help children achieve their potential as well as academic and social success through comprehensive behavioral health services within schools throughout Philadelphia: - School-Based Behavioral Health - program focuses on providing comprehensive behavioral health services within the school setting to children who display serious emotional and behavioral challenges. Services are provided on-site and skills for success are reinforced directly within the school environment. - Children Acheiving Through Re-Education (CARE) - The CARE program uses the Re-education Model in the classroom, which is based on an ecological philosophy that a child's challenges are related to the stress placed on him/her by his/her environment. This program develops a better fit between the child and the environment through the use of positive behavioral support aimed at teaching cognitive and behavioral skills while providing individualized instruction. CcTC's CARE program is currently located at Julia de Burgos Elementary School in North Philadelphia. - School Therapeutic Services (STS) - The STS program provides group and individual therapy along with comprehensive behavioral health services within the school setting to children with serious emotional and behavioral challenges. Services are provided on-site and skills for success are reinforced directly within the school environment. CcTC's STS services are currently located at four schools in Philadelphia - Bache Martin Elementary School in the Fairmount Section, Reynolds Elementary School in the Sharswood Section and in the Northeast section of the city, Woodrow Wilson and Gilbert Spruance Schools.PhiladelphiaChildren's Crisis Treatment Center Philadelphia; FishtownChildren's Crisis Treatment Center
    Children's Services - Devereux Pocono CenterBehavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) programming supports children and adolescents, up to age 21, who meet medical necessity requirements resulting from a mental health diagnosis. BHRS provides opportunities for individuals to receive treatment within their natural families, schools and community settings. Services include a behavioral specialist consultant, mobile therapy and therapeutic staff support.WayneDevereux Pocono CenterDevereux Pocono Center
    COMHAR - Behavioral HealthBehavioral Health provides a range of responsive programs, treating adults who need help coping with life stresses and those who live with chronic mental illness. The Behavioral Health Division's broad array of specialized programs addresses the needs of diverse populations, including the elderly, the Latino community, individuals also diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, and those who struggle with co-occuring substance addiction. Behavioral Health Programs include: - Intake and Outpatient Services - Outreach and Assessment Treatment Services (OATS) - Open Door Clubhouse - HOPE Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program - Residential Services - Targeted Case Management - Emergency Psychiatric ServicesPhiladelphiaCOMHAR, Inc. - Philadelphia Headquarters; West KensingtonCOMHAR
    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
    Community Council for Mental Health and Mental Retardation - School-Based Behavioral Health ServicesProvides services on site in schools to children and adolescents who are seriously mentally ill or emotionally disturbed and such illness/condition is having a negative impact on his/her ability to be educated. Services include behavioral modification and coping skills, modeling, one to one and/or group rehabilitation, assessments, brief therapeutic interventions and crisis interventions.PhiladelphiaCommunity Council MH/MR, Inc. - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaCommunity Council for Mental Health and Mental Retardation
    Community Council for Mental Health and Mental Retardation - Wraparound ServicesProvides therapeutic intervention to children with serious psychiatric conditions. This services allow the management of crises while the child is maintained in community settings, thus avoiding hospitalization.PhiladelphiaCommunity Council MH/MR, Inc. - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaCommunity Council for Mental Health and Mental Retardation
    Counseling ServicesPathways Counseling Services, LLC offers a wide variety of counseling services to individuals, families, and children as young as 3 years of age. Some of the issues that we provide include but are not limited to: anger management, grief and loss, reunification, trauma, sexual abuse, physical abuse, behavior modification, relationship enhancement, substance abuse/addictions, attachment problems, developmental delays, and communication skills.FranklinPathways Counseling Services, LLC - Franklin ProgramPathways Counseling Services, LLC
    Cumberland County Location Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Applied Behavior Analysis * Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services * Outpatient * School Based OutpatientCumberlandLaurel Life - Behavioral HealthFolium, 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
    Dalesio and Associates - Therapy ServicesTherapy Services address a variety of physical and behavioral health related issues. Services available include: - Behavior Support - Behavior Therapy - Nutrition Assessment and Consultation - Physical Therapy - Speech and Language TherapyChesterDalesio and Associates - Chester; ExtonDalesio and Associates
    Dmion Counseling Center - Anger ManagementDesigned to meet the psychological and educational needs of individuals with anger issues. Young people and adults often have problems managing their anger in a socially acceptable manner. Stress and dealing with life’s reality can be difficult for some people. Daemion House’s anger management program will help identify triggers, teach methods to express anger appropriately and communicate more effectively. Who Is It For? - Court mandated individuals - Students with anger issues who are referred by school counselor - Those who recognize the need for anger management What Is Involved? - An intensive ten-week individual therapy aimed at understanding the sources, triggers and inappropriate expression of anger. Participants will learn more appropriate ways to deal with and express anger. How Does The Program Work? - Assess anger issues. - Explore most recent anger/violent episode(s). - Use log to track anger episodes. - Learn relaxation techniques. - Discuss history of violence in family. - Assess possibility of depression. - Assess need for drug and/or alcohol treatment. - Become aware of coping style. - Learn effective communication skills. - Learn to take responsibility for own behavior.Chester*Main Site (Daemion Counseling Center)Daemion Counseling Center
    Elwyn - Child/Adolescent Intensive After-school ProgramChild/Adolescent Intensive After-school Program provide children learn problem-solving, socialization, and communication skills while participating in art and recreational therapy. Individualized treatment plans are developed to address every child’s needs, and families are encouraged to participate in activities that offer new opportunities to interact with their child.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Elwyn - Personal Care HomesAdult Residential Behavioral Health Program operates seven Personal Care Homes in Delaware County. All are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    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
    Family and Community Service of Delaware County - Strengthening Families ProgramStrengthening Families 10-14 Program (SFP 10-14) for Parents and Youth is provided to children, and their families, attending schools in the Upper Darby and William Penn school districts in Delaware County. Provides family intervention which enhances parents’ general child management skills, parent-child effective relationships, and family communication.DelawareFamily and Community Service of Delaware County - Delaware; MediaFamily and Community Service of Delaware County
    Family Behavioral Resources Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services - Indiana CountyImproving the lives of children and adolescents with complex psychological or behavioral needs. It is not a specific program or protocol. Therapy is available seven days a week and becomes part of the daily routine. The process starts with the building of a team comprised of persons from multiple systems collaborating together to develop and carry out an individualized treatment plan. The team includes highly-trained mental health professionals, support staff, family members and when possible, the child, among other persons involved with the consumer's care. This may include educators, daycare centers or other caretakers, case managers, and others. Services are available in the home, community, and/or the educational setting.IndianaFamily Behavioral Resources - Indiana CountyFamily Behavioral Resources
    Family Pathways Growing TogetherProviding foster parents trained in behavior modification strategies. Children also receive psychiatric services, individual and family therapy, a skills trainer, case management and monthly reports. These reports include child development/improvements, concerns, recommendations and safety contact status for each placement. Each child receives an individual Service Plan. Growing Together is designed to support children and youth in their efforts to: Stabilize Address their mental health or medical needs Evaluate their choices Maintain acceptable behavior Refrain from engaging in dangerous behaviors Attend and graduate from high school Interact in constructive age appropriate activities Graduate from placement into productive, healthy living situations Enroll in advanced educational opportunities ButlerFamily Pathways Growing TogetherFamily Pathways
    Foundations Behavioral Health - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Service (BHRS)Provides in-home and community-based behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and their families.BucksFoundations Behavioral Health - Bucks; DoylestownFoundations Behavioral Health
    Foundations Behavioral Health - Residential Treatment ProgramProvides treatment for adolescents 13 - 18 years old with significant complex psychiatric and behavioral disorders. Patients are specially placed into one of four cottages or a home based on age, gender, and special treatment needs.BucksFoundations Behavioral Health - Bucks; DoylestownFoundations Behavioral Health
    Franklin County - Brown's Mill Road Location Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Applied Behavior Analysis * Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services * Family-Based Mental Health Services * School Based OutpatientFranklinLaurel Life - Behavioral HealthFolium, Inc.
    Franklin County - Phoenix Drive Location Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Outpatient * Parent-Child Interactive TherapyFranklinLaurel Life - Behavioral HealthFolium, Inc.
    Friends Hospital - Eating Disorders ProgramOffers an inpatient hospital program for the treatment of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and obesity as well as the associated issues of depression, anxiety and trauma. - Individual Therapy - Family Therapy - Experiential Therapies - Group Therapies - Psychoeducational Groups - Nutritional Counseling - Treatment Team - Individualized treatment for men, women and young people - Extensive family support - Separate, dedicated treatment setting exclusively for patients with eating disorders - Medical assessment, substance abuse counseling, psychopharmacology and psychological testing all available - Comprehensive discharge planning - EvaluationPhiladelphiaFriends Hospital - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaFriends Hospital
    Hahnemann University Hospital - Child/Adolescent Behavioral TherapyServes children and adolescents with behavior problems such as: ADD/ADHD, depression, bedwetting, eating disorders.PhiladelphiaHahnemann University Hospital - Philadelphia; North Broad StreetHahnemann University Hospital
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Shared Time Therapeutic ProgramTherapeutic program provides intensive treatment and education for children with behavioral problems. Program operates Tues and Thurs during the school year and Mon through Fri during the summer. Transportation provided.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Therapeutic Activity ProgramProvides a therapeutic nursery program for children having behavioral problems. The program operates during the school year and all week during the 7 weeks of summer.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Behavior Specialist Consultation (BSC) - ClubhouseBehavior Specialist Consultation services are delivered by professionals with expertise in behavioral management. The BSC directs the members of the treatment team regarding the appropriate clinical approach for a specific child with complex needs. Members of the treatment team and family provide the service directly to the child and/or family in the home, school, day care, or other community program or setting.ChesterHolcomb Cornerstone ClubhouseHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Behavior Specialist Consultation (BSC) - ExtonBehavior Specialist Consultation services are delivered by professionals with expertise in behavioral management. The BSC directs the members of the treatment team regarding the appropriate clinical approach for a specific child with complex needs. Members of the treatment team and family provide the service directly to the child and/or family in the home, school, day care, or other community program or setting.ChesterHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems - ExtonHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Behavior Specialist Consultation (BSC) - Southern Chester CountyBehavior Specialist Consultation services are delivered by professionals with expertise in behavioral management. The BSC directs the members of the treatment team regarding the appropriate clinical approach for a specific child with complex needs. Members of the treatment team and family provide the service directly to the child and/or family in the home, school, day care, or other community program or setting.ChesterHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems Southern Chester County SiteHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Horsham Clinic - The Child/Adolescent Partial Hospitalization ProgramProvides mental health treatment for children ages 5-12 and for adolescents ages 13-18. Programs services include: Tutorial services are offered five days a week by a certified special education teacher Level and reward system is used for behavioral modification Treatment by board-certified psychiatrists who special in treating children and adolescents The treatment modalities we use include, but are not limited to: Art, Music, Play and recreational therapies, Skill building groups, Psychopharmacology, Individual, group, and family therapy, thorough aftercare and discharge planning. MontgomeryThe Horsham Clinic - Montgomery; HorshamHorsham Clinic
    Intermediate Treatment Foster CareIntermediate Treatment Foster Care provides out-of-home placement services for children and youth who generally do not require more intensive interventions such as behavioral health services.MontgomerySoutheast Regional OfficeCONCERN
    Joseph J. Peters Institute - Adult Partial Hospitalization ProgramThe adult program population consists of adults who have a history of rape, pedophilia, exhibitionism, and fetishes such as voyeurism and bestiality, or any other problematic sexual behaviors. The program is designed to provide psychiatric, sexual, psychological, social, educational, vocational and recreational assessments and rehabilitation. The focus of the program is to strengthen the client’s ability to cope with the stressors that accompany community living and to reduce or extinguish the desire to act out sexually in the community.PhiladelphiaJoseph J. Peters Institute - Survivor Services - Philadelphia; Center CityJoseph J. Peters Institute
    justCommunity - Student Assistance ProgramsWorks with educational institutions to develop a comprehensive program of student assistance services tailored to your unique needs. Focuses on decreasing student attrition and promoting a safe and drug-free campus that supports student achievement and success.BucksjustCommunity, Inc. - Bucks; QuakertownjustCommunity
    Kardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Individual SessionsBefore starting a program, all clients have an hour long assessment. A therapist spends time with each individual prior to entering the program in order to assess his/her interests, talents, and skills. Observations and recommendations are then discussed and an individualized program is created which may be 30, 45 or 60 minutes in length depending on the skill level and/or attention span of the individual. Hours vary at each location. Generally, sessions are available Monday through Thursday and Saturday.PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy
    Lenape Valley Foundation - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) provides therapeutic and behavioral treatment interventions for children between the ages of 0 - 21 years of age. All services, with the exception of the evaluation process, are provided in the home and community. Community settings include: - School - Day Programs - After School Programs - CampsBucksLenape Valley Foundation - Bucks; DoylestownLenape Valley Foundation
    Lycoming Therapeutic Wraparound Services Inc. - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)An intensive service in which a strategic treatment plan is developed and implemented with a team approach in an attempt to stabilize a child or adolescent’s behavior within their natural environment.LycomingLycoming Therapeutic Wrap Around Service Inc.Lycoming Therapeutic Wraparound Services Inc.
    Martin Luther School - Host Home ProgramThe Silver Springs Host Home Program provides mental health evaluation, diagnosis, daily treatment and intensive therapy to children ages four through 18 who have serious emotional and behavioral issues and who, otherwise, would require residential treatment. Children accepted into the program reside in the homes of trained Treatment Parents, who provide daily treatment designed to meet each child's particular needs. Services are provided to the child's family of origin to increase their capacity to be a confident resource to their child. Each child receives the services of a psychiatrist, social worker, therapist, mental health worker, and nurse according to his/her individual emotional and behavioral concerns. The goal for each child is to alleviate the pain, distress, and disruption in their lives that result from their psychiatric issues and to help them achieve resilience and stability.MontgomerySilver Springs - Martin Luther School - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingSilver Springs - Martin Luther School
    Martin Luther School - Mobile TherapyMobile Therapy, as the term implies, entails providing intensive therapeutic services to a child and family in settings other than a provider agency or office-most frequently, in the child's home, though potential settings for mobile therapy may also include school, church, community center, a neighbor's or extended family member's home, or other community settings. Services provided by a mobile therapist vary according to the individualized needs of a child and family. As an approved Provider 50 by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Silver Springs - Martin Luther School provides mobile therapy services to children participating in the Foster Family Care Program. Psychiatric services, including psychiatric evaluations and medication management, are provided by a licensed child and adolescent psychiatrist.MontgomerySilver Springs - Martin Luther School - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingSilver Springs - Martin Luther School
    Martin Luther School - Residential TreatmentSilver Springs serves boys and girls, ages 6-14, with serious emotional or behavior-related issues. The program is located on a picturesque 35-acre campus in Plymouth Meeting providing individualized treatment, supervision, care, and nurturing for 72 children on a 24-hour-a-day basis. Services include: - Trauma Recovery - Outcome-Oriented Treatment - Psychiatric Treatment - Case Management - Behavior Management - Special Education - Health Care - Indoor and Outdoor Recreation - Spiritual and Values Oriented Opportunities Various therapies include individual, family, group, highly structured milieu, behavioral and medication management. Additional services are provided to the children's biological, adoptive or foster families. Since Silver Springs is home to children while they are in residence, children are given all manner of opportunities for enrichment and education, including opportunities for worship, outings to performances, sports events, and parties; a variety of interactive and arts and craft opportunities on grounds; swimming instruction; and weekly visits to the Children's Store, where children redeem points earned for good behavior for kid-friendly items ranging from toy trucks and dolls to AM/FM players.MontgomerySilver Springs - Martin Luther School - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingSilver Springs - Martin Luther School
    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 - 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
    Merakey - Lackawanna County - Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities ServicesSupports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in the enhancement of their abilities and interests. Services are aimed at partnering with individuals as they become self-sufficient and live everyday lives. Direct services provided include behavioral supports (BS) and community participation supports (CSP). Also serves as a provider of VISCAT (Verbal Informed Sexual Consent), an assessment tool that measures the ability of individuals with developmental disabilties to consent to matters of human sexuality.LackawannaMerakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - Lackawanna CountyMerakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions
    Merakey - Susquehanna County - Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities ServicesSupports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in the enhancement of their abilities and interests. Services are aimed at partnering with individuals as they become self-sufficient and live everyday lives. Direct services provided include behavioral supports (BS) and community participation supports (CSP). Also serves as a provider of VISCAT (Verbal Informed Sexual Consent), an assessment tool that measures the ability of individuals with developmental disabilties to consent to matters of human sexuality.SusquehannaMerakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - Lackawanna CountyMerakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions
    New Life Youth and Family Services - Residential ProgramsNew Life Youth and Family Services, is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian organization that offers multi-services to delinquent and dependent youth, ages 11-18, and their families. Our location helps assure families from Montgomery and surrounding counties that they will have an opportunity to participate in family counseling. This can be coupled with a Home Visitation program that monitors a client's progress. Successful reentry into the Community may be assisted by a variety of other programs offered through: New Life Alternative School (continued educational and counseling services while living at home), Foster Care, Independent Living, and the Salford Academy of Innovative Learning in Harleysville and West Chester. Program Components: Traditional Behavioral Incentive or Life Skills Emphasis programming. Both Long and Short Term Programming with Transitional Services to assist returning home or to Independent Living or Foster Care Program. An educational program helping to rectify credit deficiencies by operating year round; fully accredited by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for regular, remedial, and special education. Clinical staff who carefully plan and monitor the treatment of each client. Individual, group, and family counseling. Balanced and Restorative Justice initiative. Occupational skills training in Automotive Technology, Graphic Arts, Computer Science, and Woodworking. Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) and intramural sports; interscholastic sports include soccer, basketball and baseball. Employment opportunities for making restitution and/or preparing for Independent Living. Additional Services: Drug & Alcohol Services. Assessment, off-grounds Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), and Alateen Meetings, Utilization of Out-Patient Services, and Individual Counseling. Anger Management Therapy Group, Advanced Group (upon recommendation of Treatment Team at an additional fee). Sex Offenders Therapy Group (upon recommendation of Treatment Team at an additional fee). Victims of a Sexual Offence Therapy Group (upon recommendation).MontgomeryNew Life Youth and Family Services - Montgomery; SchwenksvilleNew Life Youth and Family Services
    Northern Children's Services - School Therapeutic ServicesProvides support for children, youth and families to achieve and maintain appropriate functioning that will transfer to community, home, and the school environment. School Therapeutic Services provide support to children and youth who have emotional and/or behavior problems that make it difficult for them to learn in a classroom setting.PhiladelphiaNorthern Home for Children - Philadelphia; East FallsNorthern Children's Services
    Northern Children's Services - School Therapeutic Services - ChesterProvides support for children, youth and families to achieve and maintain appropriate functioning that will transfer to community, home, and the school environment. School Therapeutic Services provide support to children and youth who have emotional and/or behavior problems that make it difficult for them to learn in a classroom setting.DelawareNorthern Children's Services - ChesterNorthern Children's Services
    Penn Foundation - Family Based ServicesFamily Based Services provides 32 weeks of intensive community and home-based therapy and support for children and adolescents (up to age 21) with emotional and behavioral issues and their families. Children and adolescents using this program are typically at-risk for out-of-home placement so focus is placed on working with the family to successfully maintain the child in the home. Emotional and behavioral problems can include: - Adjustment Disorders - Anxiety Disorders - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - Conduct Disorders - Grief Reactions - Mood Disorders - Physical Abuse - Sexual AbuseBucksPenn Foundation - Bucks; SellersvillePenn Foundation
    Pennsylvania Autism Action Center - ServicesServices for qualified children and young adults include applied behavioral analysis, social skills groups, speech therapy, sensory center and occupational therapy. Services are provided by licensed therapists for a fee; insurances accepted. MonroePennsylvania Autism Action Center Pennsylvania Autism Action Center
    Perry County Location Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Applied Behavior Analysis * Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services * Outpatient * School Based OutpatientPerryLaurel Life - Behavioral HealthFolium, Inc.
    Presbyterian Children's Village - Mental Health ServicesPresbyterian Children's Village offers a variety of mental health services to help children and adults through our Outpatient Clinic. Most services are available at both locations (Rosemont and Southwest Philadelphia). Credentialed therapists use a number of strategies to help families and children including: Individual Therapy: talk or play therapy or a combination of both Family Therapy: family members working together to solve problems that are affecting their children Specialized therapies such as Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT), designed to help parents of young children develop skills to improve the parent-child relationship Evaluation with a psychiatrist or psychologist: allows staff and families to define services that a child needs. Medication can be prescribed by the psychiatrist and monitored with monthly medication checks. PhiladelphiaPCV Preheim Center (Presbyterian Children's Village)Presbyterian Children's Village
    Presbyterian Children's Village - Mental Health ServicesPresbyterian Children's Village offers a variety of mental health services to help children and adults through our Outpatient Clinic. Most services are available at both locations (Rosemont and Southwest Philadelphia). Credentialed therapists use a number of strategies to help families and children including: Individual Therapy: talk or play therapy or a combination of both Family Therapy: family members working together to solve problems that are affecting their children Specialized therapies such as Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT), designed to help parents of young children develop skills to improve the parent-child relationship Evaluation with a psychiatrist or psychologist: allows staff and families to define services that a child needs. Medication can be prescribed by the psychiatrist and monitored with monthly medication checks. MontgomeryPresbyterian Children's Village - Montgomery; Bryn MawrPresbyterian Children's Village
    Rose Tree Counseling Center - Family TherapyOur Family Therapy program offers counseling in the following categories: - Child/Adolescent behavior - School adjustment difficulties - Single and step-parenting issues - Separation and divorce - Adoptive families - Parenting issues - Loss - Family-of-origin issues What is Counseling? Counseling is a confidential professional relationship in which an individual is seeking help with a life concern, such as anxiety, depression, or unresolved conflict within a family or with a significant other. The role of the counselor is to create a safe place to begin to help the client identify, express and begin to lessen the pain of their concern though a variety of strategies. The client and the counselor are continually monitoring progress to achieve the agreed upon goals.DelawareRose Tree Counseling Center - Montgomery; MediaRose Tree Counseling Center
    Southeastern Pennsylvania Autism Resource Center - Behavioral Therapeutic ServicesProvides treatment for a wide range of behavioral concerns.Chester*Main Site (Southeastern Pennsylvania Autism Resource Center) (SPARC)Southeastern Pennsylvania Autism Resource Center (SPARC)
    Special Equestrians - Therapeutic Riding ProgramTherapeutic riding lessons are conducted by nationally certified instructors and are tailored to each client's needs. Benefits include: increased tone, range of motion, and endurance; improved speech, behavior, and social skills; and safe, unique, educational fun for children over 3 with almost any disability.BucksSpecial Equestrians - Bucks; WarringtonSpecial Equestrians
    Special Kids Network - Southeast - Information and Referral HelplineThe Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Special Kids Network provides free information and referral services through a statewide helpline dedicated to assisting families of children and youth with special needs. The Special Kids Network Helpline can connect you to local resources if you call our toll-free number, 1-800-986-4550, or visit the SKN Help in PA web site and searchable resource database, www.helpinpa.state.pa.us Children with special health care needs include children who are at increased risk for chronic physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional conditions. This includes chronic conditions or illnesses such as cerebral palsy, developmental delays, ADHD, depression, asthma, sickle cell anemia, autism and cystic fibrosis.Dauphin*Main Site (Special Kids Network)Special Kids Network - Southeastern Pennsylvania Region
    Treatment Unit for BoysTreatment Unit for Boys (CTUB) is a staff-secured, residential facilities for adolescent males. The goal of this program is to change the mindsets and behavior patterns of the youth so they will be able to function appropriately in society and will return to the community as healthy, productive citizens. The program provides daily opportunities for emotional, social, educational, and physical growth.MontgomeryTreatment Unit for Boys - Coatesville CampusCONCERN
    Treatment Unit for BoysTreatment Unit for Boys (CTUB) is a staff-secured, residential facilities for adolescent males. The goal of this program is to change the mindsets and behavior patterns of the youth so they will be able to function appropriately in society and will return to the community as healthy, productive citizens. The program provides daily opportunities for emotional, social, educational, and physical growth.MontgomeryTreatment Unit for Boys - Lehighton CampusCONCERN
    Triad Treatment Specialist, Inc. - Mental Health Services, HarrisburgEvaluations & treatment for persons who have committed sexual offenses (SOAB approved provider). Evaluations (including clinical and risk) for both adult & juvenile populations. Treatment for sexting. Evaluations & treatment for non-offending parents. Evaluations & treatment for persons involved in domestic violence, both perpetrators and victims. Evaluations & outpatient treatment for those with substance problems. Underage drinking classes. Section 5329 evaluations. Outpatient mental health counseling to include: sexual trauma, anger management, depression, anxiety, grief & loss.DauphinTriad Treatment Specialist, Inc.Triad Treatment Specialist, Inc.
    Triad Treatment Specialist, Inc. - Mental Health Services, LancasterEvaluations & treatment for persons who have committed sexual offenses (SOAB approved provider). Evaluations (including clinical and risk) for both adult & juvenile populations. Treatment for sexting. Evaluations & treatment for non-offending parents. Evaluations & treatment for persons involved in domestic violence, both perpetrators and victims. Evaluations & outpatient treatment for those with substance problems. Underage drinking classes. Section 5329 evaluations. Outpatient mental health counseling to include: sexual trauma, anger management, depression, anxiety, grief & loss.LancasterTriad Treatment Specialist, Inc.Triad Treatment Specialist, Inc.
    Triad Treatment Specialist, Inc. - Mental Health Services, LebanonEvaluations & treatment for persons who have committed sexual offenses (SOAB approved provider). Evaluations (including clinical and risk) for both adult & juvenile populations. Treatment for sexting. Evaluations & treatment for non-offending parents. Evaluations & treatment for persons involved in domestic violence, both perpetrators and victims. Evaluations & outpatient treatment for those with substance problems. Underage drinking classes. Section 5329 evaluations. Outpatient mental health counseling to include: sexual trauma, anger management, depression, anxiety, grief & loss.LebanonTriad Treatment Specialist, Inc.Triad Treatment Specialist, Inc.
    Triad Treatment Specialist, Inc. - Mental Health Services, YorkEvaluations & treatment for persons who have committed sexual offenses (SOAB approved provider). Evaluations (including clinical and risk) for both adult & juvenile populations. Treatment for sexting. Evaluations & treatment for non-offending parents. Evaluations & treatment for persons involved in domestic violence, both perpetrators and victims. Evaluations & outpatient treatment for those with substance problems. Underage drinking classes. Section 5329 evaluations. Outpatient mental health counseling to include: sexual trauma, anger management, depression, anxiety, grief & loss.YorkTriad Treatment Specialist, Inc.Triad Treatment Specialist, Inc.
    TrueNorth Wellness Services, BHRS Wraparound servicesBehavioral Health and Rehabilitation Services (BHRS): provides intensive support services to children and their families in the home, school, and community settings. The goal of the BHRS is to: stabilize behavior; increase coping and management skills by the youth, their family, and collaterals; and decrease the need for more intensive levels of care. This can include Mobile Therapy, Behavior Specialist Consultation, and Therapeutic Staff Support. Services are provided in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Perry, and York Counties). For more information about BHRS, please contact: •In York and Adams Counties, call Christine Abrams at 717-632-4900 ext. 1202 •In the Greater Harrisburg Area*, call Cori Reed at 717-657-2080 ext. 1930 YorkTrueNorth Wellness Services, Hanover Office - West Elm Ave. OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services
    Veterans Health Administration, Joint Base McGuire-Dix, NJ Community Based Outpatient ClinicThe Community Based Outpatient Clinic located at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix provides primary care services for Veterans in Burlington County, NJ and surrounding areas by highly qualified primary care providers, with specialty care referrals to the Philadelphia VA Medical Center. It also provides behavioral health services including individual, group and family counseling, and programs such as QuitSmart Smoking Cessation. Speciality Clinics operating at this location include Podiatry, Women's Health, as well as blood drawing services. The clinic is handicapped accessible providing full and easy access for all Veterans.Veterans Health Administration, Philadelphia VA Medical CenterUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, Victor J. Saracini Community Based Outpatient Clinic (Montgomery County)The Community Based Outpatient Clinic located in Horsham, PA provides primary care services for Veterans in Montgomery County, PA and surrounding areas by highly qualified primary care providers, with specialty care referrals to the Philadelphia VA Medical Center. It also provides behavioral health services including individual, group and family counseling, and programs such as QuitSmart Smoking Cessation. Speciality Clinics operating at this location include Podiatry and Social Work, as well as blood drawing services. The clinic is handicapped accessible providing full and easy access for all Veterans. MontgomeryVeterans Health Administration, Philadelphia VA Medical CenterUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
    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
    WES HorizonsIn their quest to live productive and healthy lives, today’s children and adolescents encounter a constant barrage of challenges. To help overcome them, WES Horizons offers a continuum of outpatient services that detects emotional and educational difficulties, including Human Service, Behavioral Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse. By planning and implementing programs that take the unique needs of each child, adolescent, and family into account, WES Horizons empowers those who participate. WES Horizons is part of Pennsylvania’s largest African American managed behavioral health provider, WES Health System, an organization that has now expanded into additional metropolitan markets and offers fully accredited programs that impact more than 30,000 patients. WES Horizons’ continuum of services is designed to be implemented in the home, school, and community environments. The group of professionals involved in creating solutions is comprised of a diverse, highly accomplished and well-educated staff of approximately 600 health care professionals that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and therapists. Their associated services cover a broad range—from helping children and adolescents with special physical and emotional needs to empowering the entire family to contribute to a child’s well-being. WES Horizons’ commitment to compassionately delivering high-quality health and social services while responsively meeting the needs of culturally diverse communities translates into a single devotion: to helping every child and adolescent attain his or her full emotional, intellectual, and physical potential.MontgomeryWES Health Center/Horizons (WES Health System)WES Health System
    WES HorizonsIn their quest to live productive and healthy lives, today’s children and adolescents encounter a constant barrage of challenges. To help overcome them, WES Horizons offers a continuum of outpatient services that detects emotional and educational difficulties, including Human Service, Behavioral Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse. By planning and implementing programs that take the unique needs of each child, adolescent, and family into account, WES Horizons empowers those who participate. WES Horizons is part of Pennsylvania’s largest African American managed behavioral health provider, WES Health System, an organization that has now expanded into additional metropolitan markets and offers fully accredited programs that impact more than 30,000 patients. WES Horizons’ continuum of services is designed to be implemented in the home, school, and community environments. The group of professionals involved in creating solutions is comprised of a diverse, highly accomplished and well-educated staff of approximately 600 health care professionals that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and therapists. Their associated services cover a broad range—from helping children and adolescents with special physical and emotional needs to empowering the entire family to contribute to a child’s well-being. WES Horizons’ commitment to compassionately delivering high-quality health and social services while responsively meeting the needs of culturally diverse communities translates into a single devotion: to helping every child and adolescent attain his or her full emotional, intellectual, and physical potential.MontgomeryWES Health System Health Center/WESWay Wellness/A&E (WES Health System)WES Health System
    York County Location Behavioral Health Services, Laurel Life - YorkServices are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Brief Treatment * Family-Based Mental Health Services * JUMP Wellness Court * Outpatient * Transition ClassroomsYorkYork County Location Behavioral Health Services, Laurel Life - YorkFolium, Inc.
    York PCS - School Based OutpatientCommunity based alternative to traditional outpatient therapy. A therapist is placed on site at schools to meet the mental health treatment needs of students. Includes individual, family and group counseling.YorkYork PCS - Outpatient ServicesPennsylvania Counseling Services

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