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    Programs that specialize in providing therapeutic interventions that treat thoughts and cognitions as behaviors which are amenable to behavioral procedures.

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    Achievement Center - Erie Office - Outpatient ServicesOutpatient Therapy – supports mental health needs through individual, group and family therapy at the Achievement Center. Psychiatric Services – provide evaluation, treatment, planning and medication management for children who are in need of specialized medical care. Parent Child Interaction Therapy – is a parent training intervention that empowers parents to make changes that improve their relationship with their child and the overall family dynamic. Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy – is treatment using talk therapy with a child and parent(s) to manage thoughts, feelings and behavior as they relate to a traumatic experience. Play Therapy – supports children with a wide range of mental health needs who are unable to express their thoughts and feelings with words. SafeStart – helps children work through a traumatic experience by identifying problems and providing services which will help the family guide the child to healthy future development. ErieAchievement Center - Erie OfficeAchievement Center
    Adult Care of Chester County - Therapeutic ActivitiesAdult Care of Chester County believes that a comprehensive adult day services program includes services specific to the strengths and needs of the people attending. That includes nursing oversight, medication administration, and other skilled nursing services that match the needs of each individual. It includes assistance with activities of daily living at the appropriate level for each person attending. It includes therapeutic activities that are carried out with modifications to match the abilities of each person in the group. It includes a full-time music therapist on staff to provide music therapy and development or enhancement of hidden talents and interests. Lunch and two snacks are provided with special diets based on nutritional and medical needs of the people attending. Our comprehensive adult day services program also includes caring for the family caregivers through individual and group support and education. People attend 2-6 days per week depending on their needs and circumstances.ChesterActive Day - Adult Care, Sharp Lane Center - Chester; ExtonActive Day - Adult Care of Pennsylvania (Chester)
    Bon Homie - Adult Day CenterServes clients ranging in age from 18 - 90+. We offer structured activities, professional nurse on staff, health monitoring and assistance with medications. Personal care(assistance with ambulating, eating, toileting, showering) Dietician approved lunches; honoring special diets. Offering two programs: Aging program and a special needs program. Serving clients with Alzheimer's, dementia, Parkinson's, mentally challenged, Cerebral palsy along with folks that need socialization and structure but do not have a primary diagnosis.MontgomeryBon Homie, Ltd. - Montgomery; LimerickBon Homie
    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.
    Center for Brief Therapy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)Services Offered: - Individual therapy - Couples therapy - Child & adolescent therapyPhiladelphiaCenter for Brief Therapy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Philadelphia; Wynnefield HeightsCenter for Brief Therapy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
    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
    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
    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
    Family Treatment AssociatesMental health group with services including Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy (CBT) for individuals, couples, and families. Also offers pain management, Alpha Stimulation Therapy, rehabilitation counseling, and an Employee Assistance Program.MonroeFamily Treatment AssociatesFamily Treatment Associates
    Guidance Center - Administrative Office - Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral TherapySpecialized treatment of persons having experienced trauma.McKeanGuidance Center - Administrative OfficeGuidance Center
    Guidance Center - Coudersport Office - Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral TherapySpecialized treatment of persons having experienced trauma.McKeanGuidance Center - Coudersport OfficeGuidance Center
    Guidance Center - Kane Office - Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral TherapySpecialized treatment of persons having experienced trauma.McKeanGuidance Center - Kane OfficeGuidance Center
    Guidance Center - Smethport Office - Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral TherapySpecialized treatment of persons having experienced trauma.McKeanGuidance Center - Smethport OfficeGuidance Center
    HMS School for Children With Cerebral Palsy - Day ProgramPromotes students’ cognitive and social development. Services inlude: Skilled nursing care, medications and tube feedings - and remain alert to any changes in their emotional and physical wellbeing. Daily morning rounds inform the team of special concerns Each student follows a weekly schedule that incorporates all activities of the school day - class time, therapy sessions, personal care, lunch - what they’re involved in, with which staff and where. But we flexibly adjust for special circumstances and events - guest readers, performers, holiday celebrations, class trips and more.PhiladelphiaHMS School for Children With Cerebral Palsy - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaHMS School for Children With Cerebral Palsy
    Home Nursing Agency Adult Center for Exceptional Learning (ACEL)For adults 18-years and older Home Nursing Agency’s ACEL Program (Adult Center for Exceptional Learning) provides a safe environment during the day for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. Part of ACEL’s mission – and the mission of Home Nursing Agency – is to offer a broad range of health and human services that improve the quality of life and enable people to remain in their homes and communities. At ACEL, the definition of ‘support’ entails much more than the physical help required – it involves our staff connecting, on an emotional level, with each individual and their family. ACEL provides in-home services as well as one-on-one center-based assistance. Often referred to as the ‘The ACEL Family’, our staff customizes a care plan to meet the needs of each individual and requests of his or her family. Whether it is assisting with daily living activities in the home, offering companionship through engaging community activities, or providing respite for families, ACEL can accommodate a variety of requests and even provide transportation. ACEL strives to provide a wide range of experiences through community and center-based activities: •Nestled around the perimeter of Lakemont Park, ACEL’s location provides a setting that offers maximum community participation. Escorted by ACEL staff, our participants often visit Lakemont Amusement Park and attend games at the Blair County Ballpark, since both are within walking distance of ACEL. Individuals also have opportunities to take part in day trips to nearby parks, restaurants, and shopping malls. •ACEL participants are engaged through activities such as music, dance, exercise, and crafts. Resident artists and musicians from The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (SAMA) visit ACEL to provide participants with outlets for creativity under a program called “Art in Healing”, which is a progressive approach to direct care. •The ACEL facility features a special sensory room, which includes light smell, visual, and touch enjoyment for individuals. BlairHome Nursing Agency 154 Lakemont Park Boulevard Altoona PA OfficeHome Nursing Agency
    Men's Resource Center - Domestic Violence Intervention ProgramWhat is Domestic Violence? Domestic Violence is a physical act that includes punching, slapping, grabbing, threatening, pushing, or use of a weapon by one family member towards another. It also includes verbal and emotional abuse that many victims report is every bit as painful. Are you abusive? The following are questions you may want to ask yourself to decide whether you have a problem: Have you hit, grabbed, pushed, threatened, frightened or intimidated your partner? Has your partner expressed fear of you? Do you call your partner names? Does she complain that you are trying to control her? Do you force her to do things against her will? When you treat her badly, do you believe she is deserving of your abuse? Do you blame your actions on stress, or alcohol? Do you accuse her of being interested in other men and express jealousy and act possessive? Have you cheated on her? Do you mistreat your children? If you answered yes to any of the above, you will want to seek help at MRC. What You Will Learn at MRC MRC teaches you to: Take full responsibility for your behavior Understand that abuse is a decision and you can choose not to be abusive Discover new ways of communicating with your partner that give you and her more of what you want Understand the effects of your abuse on your partner and children Understand how your attitudes and beliefs affect your abusive behavior Learn to create non-violent, loving relationships based on equality and openness Evaluate how you use power and control in your relationships Discover ways to control your anger Improve parenting skills How Long Is the Program and How Do I get Into It? You must call and make an appointment which will be made to accommodate your work schedule. Initially a counselor will meet with you individually for three sessions, each lasting one hour. The purpose of these sessions will be to get to know you. You will be given a risk assessment to determine how dangerous you are to others and yourself. You will be asked to sign a contract which lists responsibilities and expectations defined by MRC, and your willingness to abide by the rules of the program. You will then be assigned to a group. You can only enter groups after assessment, program intake and orientation, and contract signing. All absences must be excused prior to group times, with no more than 4 total absences. The group lasts for 24 weeks and/or until you have completed all your homework assignments. Each group lasts for 2 hours. You will be given a workbook and required to complete specific tasks in workbook prior to group sessions. You will be expected to participate actively in the group. Themes explored include understanding who batters, developing honesty and trust, identifying anger, understanding how injury occurs, healing damaged relationships, making firm commitments, setting goals and values, to name just a few.PhiladelphiaMen's Resource Center - Philadelphia; Center CityMen's Resource Center
    Outpatient Services - HonesdaleOffers trauma counseling services to children, families, groups and organizations. The Connections program is designed to assist children and youth ages 2 ½ -21 years who are dealing with a trauma or loss. Children who have experienced significant trauma through abuse, loss, or witnessing violence face unique emotional challenges. Friendship House collaborates with the Children’s Advocacy Center and other local organizations to be prepared to offer immediate assistance to these children. We provide individual, group, and family counseling, as well as family support groups. Our trauma therapists utilize Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Prolonged Exposure (PE) which are both evidence-based programs. Offers Parent Child Interaction Therapy, (PCIT); treatment for a young child, ages 2-7 years old, that focuses on enhancing and improving the parent-child relationship. PCIT consists of 14-20 sessions focusing on two basic interactions, Child Directed Interaction- CDI and Parent Directed Interaction- PDI. Additional services include The SBBH Team Program, a mental health program designed for youth ages 5 to 13 years who are experiencing social, emotional, and or behavioral difficulties that impair their ability to function in school and other settings.WayneFriendship House - HonesdaleFriendship House
    Outpatient Services - MayfieldOffers trauma counseling services to children, families, groups and organizations. The Connections program is designed to assist children and youth ages 2 ½ -21 years who are dealing with a trauma or loss. Children who have experienced significant trauma through abuse, loss, or witnessing violence face unique emotional challenges. Friendship House collaborates with the Children’s Advocacy Center and other local organizations to be prepared to offer immediate assistance to these children. We provide individual, group, and family counseling, as well as family support groups. Our trauma therapists utilize Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Prolonged Exposure (PE) which are both evidence-based programs. Offers Parent Child Interaction Therapy, (PCIT); treatment for a young child, ages 2-7 years old, that focuses on enhancing and improving the parent-child relationship. PCIT consists of 14-20 sessions focusing on two basic interactions, Child Directed Interaction- CDI and Parent Directed Interaction- PDI. Additional services include The SBBH Team Program, a mental health program designed for youth ages 5 to 13 years who are experiencing social, emotional, and or behavioral difficulties that impair their ability to function in school and other settings.LackawannaFriendship House - MayfieldFriendship House
    Outpatient Services - ScrantonOffers trauma counseling services to children, families, groups and organizations. The Connections program is designed to assist children and youth ages 2 ½ -21 years who are dealing with a trauma or loss. Children who have experienced significant trauma through abuse, loss, or witnessing violence face unique emotional challenges. Friendship House collaborates with the Children’s Advocacy Center and other local organizations to be prepared to offer immediate assistance to these children. We provide individual, group, and family counseling, as well as family support groups. Our trauma therapists utilize Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Prolonged Exposure (PE) which are both evidence-based programs. Offers Parent Child Interaction Therapy, (PCIT); treatment for a young child, ages 2-7 years old, that focuses on enhancing and improving the parent-child relationship. PCIT consists of 14-20 sessions focusing on two basic interactions, Child Directed Interaction- CDI and Parent Directed Interaction- PDI. Additional services include The SBBH Team Program, a mental health program designed for youth ages 5 to 13 years who are experiencing social, emotional, and or behavioral difficulties that impair their ability to function in school and other settings.LackawannaFriendship House - ScrantonFriendship House
    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
    Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot - Therapy ServicesTherapy options include: - One-on-one - Couples and family therapy - Group TherapyErieSafe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot - Main OfficeSafe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot
    Sobriety Through Out Patient - Individual, Couples and Family TherapyIndividual, Couples and Family Therapy CBT sessions are provided weekly for each consumer. Couples/family therapy sessions are provided monthly or more frequently as needed. In session, therapists have the opportunity to restructure consumers’ thinking and behavior into more adaptive and self-helpful patterns to minimize probability of substance use and/or mental health decompensation; reinforce sobriety, medication compliance as appropriate; help them to identify their substance use triggers, precursors to exacerbation of their mental illnesses; and educate and engage consumers’ families in disorder related challenges, care and the recovery process. These sessions also afford therapists the opportunity to quickly identify and resolve program issues, address referral and linkage needs and provide consumers with added support to ensure their successful program completion, recovery and wellness. PhiladelphiaSobriety Through Out Patient, Inc. - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaSobriety Through Out Patient
    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
    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, 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.
    Turning PointMental health treatment center, memory disorders, group therapySchuylkillTurning PointTurning Point
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - University Drive Campus: Mood Disorders ClinicVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS) is an integrated health care system that proudly serves the Veteran population throughout the tri-state area of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. VAPHS consists of two clinical care facilities in Pittsburgh as well as five community based outpatient clinics. The University Drive campus serves as the acute care facility and has 146 operating beds distributed among medicine, surgery, neurology and critical care. A range of outpatient services and 78 secure, private psychiatric beds are located in the new Consolidation Building. The VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System’s University Drive Campus Mood Disorder Clinic (MDC) provides veterans with evaluation and assessment, treatment planning and evidence-based therapies for acute and chronic mood and adjustment disorders. MDC staff includes nurse practitioners, psychiatrists and psychologists. The services available within the MDC are designed to help veterans be active participants in understanding their mood disorders across their lifespan. Preconception and prenatal evaluations assists female veterans and their providers with understanding veterans’ current or potential mental health needs during and/or following pregnancy, especially in relation to the management of mood disorders. AlleghenyVA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited 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
    Wrap Around Behavioral Health ServicesWrap Around Behavioral Health Services provide intensive treatment for serious emitional and behavioral problems. The program works in conjunction with the PATHS curriculum, and collaborates with parents, teachers, and youth to teach alternatives to problematic thoughts, feelings, or behavior and plans for maintenance of improvements when treatment staff are gradually replaced by other adults in the home, classroom or community.DauphinHempfield Behavioral Health Inc, HarrisburgHempfield Behavioral Health 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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