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Hospital-based programs that provide diagnostic and treatment services for individuals who have acute psychiatric disorders, who require hospitalization on a voluntary or involuntary basis for maximum benefit, and who might be a threat to themselves, to their families or to others if left in the community or placed in a less restrictive treatment setting. The objective of inpatient mental health programs is to stabilize and then return the individual to the community for ongoing treatment as quickly as possible, and to facilitate the transition by preparing the individual's family to cope with the limitations imposed by the illness and by arranging for other supportive services as required. Included are psychiatric hospitals, health care hospitals that have psychiatric units and state hospitals for people who are mentally disordered.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Behavioral Health ServicesChildren's partial hospitalization program, comprehensive psychiatric, medical, and psychosocial evaluationHuntingdonJ.C. Blair Memorial Hospital - ProgramJ.C. Blair Memorial Hospital
Behavioral Health Services for Older Adults - Berwick Hospital Center - Commonwealth HealthA specialized inpatient behavioral health unit providing short-term psychiatric treatment for those aged 55 years and older.ColumbiaBerwick Hospital CenterCommonwealth Health
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - Alcohol Detoxification Unit (Inpatient)A managed approach to alcohol withdrawal that is most often the initial step in treating chemical dependency. McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)Administered by an experienced team of medical personnel to treat severe depression and other mental illnesses.McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - General Psychiatric Unit (Inpatient)Inpatient psychiatric unit that provides short-term psychiatric services. A treatment team determines therapy modes according to client needs. McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)An outpatient program designed to treat and stabilize individuals with drug and/or alcohol problems before their consequences become severe and unmanageable. The program involves structured group, individual and family therapy to assist the individual in achieving optimal involvement in their community. McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - M.I.C.A. Unit (Inpatient)Clients receive comprehensive, integrated inpatient therapy from a multidisciplinary treatment team, including individual, group and family therapy where aftercare planning and referral involvement are key components. McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - Problem Gambling TreatmentAddresses the individual as well as family issues and guides them in reestablishing a healthy lifestyle. McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - Short Term Adult Recovery (STAR) ProgramAn acute partial hospitalization program that provides day treatment designed to treat and stabilize individuals with acute mental illnesses before their behavioral consequences become severe and unmanageable. McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - Substance Abuse Professional ServicesOffers an evaluation to individuals who have violated Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol regulations as well as non-DOT employees. The service facilitates the placement of an employee into an appropriate treatment or educational program. McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center - Bradford Recovery Systems - Tobacco Cessation ProgramAn individualized treatment opportunity to help overcome the normal cravings associated with nicotine withdrawal. McKeanBradford Regional Medical CenterBradford Regional Medical 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
Devereux Pennsylvania - Children and Adults with Special NeedsDevereux has a continuum of care for children, adolescents and adults, ranging from residential and day treatment programs, community-based group homes, respite care programs, hospital inpatient and outpatient settings, partial hospitalization, transitional living arrangements, supervised apartments, foster care homes, special education day schools. As well, Devereux offers family counseling and therapy, preventive and post-discharge services, after care programs, and vocational and pre-vocational training.MontgomeryDevereux Pennsylvania - Delaware; VillanovaDevereux Pennsylvania
Devereux Pennsylvania - Children and Adults with Special Needs - Adult Service DivisionCampus and community homes and apartments offering respite, semi-independent living, supported living programs, and shared-living programs/lifesharing, vocational and employment services.ChesterDevereux Pa Adult Services DivisionDevereux Pennsylvania
Devereux Pennsylvania - Children and Adults with Special Needs - Beneto CenterAcute and sub-acute psychiatric hospitalization, intensive and community-based residential treatment, special education day school programs, psychiatric services, school-based services and pre-vocational programs.ChesterDevereux Beneto CenterDevereux Pennsylvania
Friends Hospital - Adolescent ProgramProvides specialized care for young people, ages 13 to 18, suffering from a full spectrum of psychiatric or emotional difficulties, including but not limited to mood and anxiety disorders, psychotic illness, disruptive behavior disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, post traumatic stress syndrome and other emotional complications.PhiladelphiaFriends Hospital - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaFriends Hospital
Holy Spirit Hospital Inpatient Mental Health UnitINPATIENT MENTAL HEALTHDauphinGeisinger Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp HillGeisinger Holy Spirit Hospital
Horizon House - Mental Health Services - NorristownHorizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual’s psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House’s interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual’s active membership in his or her family and community. The agency’s interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person’s daily life. Horizon House’s integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. MontgomeryHorizon House - Montgomery CountyHorizon House
Horizon House - Mental Health Services - PhiladelphiaHorizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual’s psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House’s interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual’s active membership in his or her family and community. The agency’s interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person’s daily life. Horizon House’s integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. PhiladelphiaHorizon House - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaHorizon House
Horizon House - Mental Health Services - PhoenixvilleHorizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual’s psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House’s interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual’s active membership in his or her family and community. The agency’s interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person’s daily life. Horizon House’s integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. ChesterHorizon House - Chester CountyHorizon House
Horizon House - Mental Retardation Services - NorristownHorizon House's supports for persons with mental retardation are designed to increase their ability to manage their lives, and to facilitate active involvement and integration into the community. Individuals with mental retardation are supported in managing their lives and being actively involved in the community. - Housing: Horizon House seeks to help each person with mental retardation find a living arrangement that is most conducive for personal growth and enrichment. Residential services are individualized and flexible so supports can increase or diminish, as preferences and needs change. Options include: community homes, small group residences with round the clock, in-home assistance; semi-independent or supported living arrangements for individuals who need less than 24-hour per day in-home assistance and who live in their own homes or apartments; and family living, for those desiring a more family-oriented living situation. - Life-Long Supports: Horizon House also offers community integrated employment, financial planning and management services, and retirement planning. The Active Retirement Program provides specialized supports to people with mental retardation living in nursing homes. In Montgomery County, Horizon House provides supports to individuals with both mental retardation and mental health needs.MontgomeryHorizon House - Montgomery CountyHorizon House
Horizon House - Mental Retardation Services - SwarthmoreHorizon House's supports for persons with mental retardation are designed to increase their ability to manage their lives, and to facilitate active involvement and integration into the community. Individuals with mental retardation are supported in managing their lives and being actively involved in the community. - Housing: Horizon House seeks to help each person with mental retardation find a living arrangement that is most conducive for personal growth and enrichment. Residential services are individualized and flexible so supports can increase or diminish, as preferences and needs change. Options include: community homes, small group residences with round the clock, in-home assistance; semi-independent or supported living arrangements for individuals who need less than 24-hour per day in-home assistance and who live in their own homes or apartments; and family living, for those desiring a more family-oriented living situation. - Life-Long Supports: Horizon House also offers community integrated employment, financial planning and management services, and retirement planning. The Active Retirement Program provides specialized supports to people with mental retardation living in nursing homes. In Montgomery County, Horizon House provides supports to individuals with both mental retardation and mental health needs.DelawareHorizon House - Delaware CountyHorizon House
Kirkbride Center - Dual-Diagnosis (Co-Occurring)Dual-Diagnosis (Co-Occurring) services are designed for people diagnosed with both Substance Use and Mental Health disorders. If the mental health disorder is primary, 10 Dual Diagnosis beds are available on our acute psychiatric unit. If the addiction is primary, mental health treatment is integrated into the residential rehabilitation program. Many times, a person who is in dual diagnosis on the acute psychiatric unit is able to step down into the rehabilitation program once mental health symptoms are stable.PhiladelphiaKirkbride Center - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaKirkbride Center
Lancaster General HospitalLancaster General Hospital is a non-profit hospital offering a broad range of comprehensive medical, dental and surgical services including: 717-544-0170 Blood Bank 717-544-0322 Breast Health Center 717-544-3113 Cancer Center 717-544-5331 Children's Health Center 717-544-3144 ChildProtect Immunization Program 717-544-4943 Comprehensive Care Clinic for HIV 717-544-5923 Diabetes & Nutrition Center 717-544-5122 Emergency Department and Regional Trauma Center 717-544-4950 Family Health Services 717-544-3138 Health Education & Wellness Center 717-544-4305 Healthy Beginnings Plus 717-544-5931 Laboratory Testing 717-544-3138 Lead Poisoning Screening 717-544-3170 Memory Disorders Center 717-544-4305 Nurse Family Partnership 717-544-3197 Pain Management 717-544-5979 Pastoral Services 717-222-1222 Poison Control 800-341-2121 Physician Referral Service 717-544-7961 Price Estimate Phone Line 717-544-4919 Social Work LancasterLancaster General HospitalsPenn Medicine Lancaster General Health
LECOM Health - Millcreek Community Hospital - Behavioral HealthPsychiatric inpatient services and Partial Hospitalization Program. Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program provides intensive, short-term outpatient treatment for adults to cope with mental illness, family issues, and/or substance abuse problems either as a step down program from inpatient treatment or as a more intensive level of care than outpatient services.ErieLECOM Health - Millcreek Community HospitalLECOM Health
Main Line Health - Behavioral Health - Bryn Mawr Hospital Inpatient PsychiatryOur Inpatient Psychiatric Unit at Bryn Mawr Hospital is an acute care facility offering private psychiatric treatment in a secure, comfortable setting. Patients with a wide variety of psychiatric disorders are treated by a multidisciplinary treatment team. Our staff is trained to assess and treat most acute psychiatric illnesses, with the goal of helping the individual return to normal functioning and reclaim his or her life in the community. Patients who are abusing alcohol or other drugs in addition to having a psychiatric disorder can participate in our Dual-Diagnosis Treatment Program.DelawareMain Line Health - Behavioral Health - Delaware; Bryn MawrMain Line Health - Behavioral Health
Mental Health ServicesHorizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual’s psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House’s interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual’s active membership in his or her family and community. The agency’s interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person’s daily life. Horizon House’s integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. Horizon House - State of DelawareHorizon House
Mental Health Treatment Facility LocatorThe Mental Health Treatment Locator section of the Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator lists facilities providing mental health services to persons with mental illness. It includes: - Public mental health facilities that are funded by their State mental health agency (SMHA) or other State agency or department - Mental health treatment facilities administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs - Private for-profit and non-profit mental health facilities that are licensed by the State or accredited by a national accreditation organization NOTE: The Mental Health Treatment Locator does not include: - Facilities whose primary or only focus is the provision of services to persons with Mental Retardation (MR), Developmental Disability (DD), and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). - Facilities that provide treatment exclusively to persons with mental illness who are incarcerated. - Mental health professionals in private practice (individual) or in a small group practice not licensed or certified as a mental health clinic or (community) mental health center.Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services AdministrationSubstance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
Mercy Behavioral HealthProvides community mental health, intellectual disability, and addiction services (alcohol, tobacco and other drugs), with programs for children, adults, seniors and families. With many neighborhood locations, Mercy Behavioral Health offers a full range of services, including crisis intervention, outpatient therapy, day programs, residential and respite programs, education and prevention, all designed to help people thrive in the community.AlleghenyMercy Behavioral HealthPittsburgh Mercy Health System
Mirmont Treatment Center - Inpatient Dual DiagnosisThe Dual Diagnosis Program is designed for those who suffer from a psychiatric disorder and an addiction. The length of stay for the dual program is based on the individual needs of the patient.DelawareMirmont Treatment CenterMain Line Health - Behavioral Health
Montgomery County Emergency Services - Inpatient RecoveryThe MCES Inpatient Program provides crisis intervention, comprehensive assessment, short-term intensive psychiatric treatment, medical assessment, and discharge planning services to individuals and their family members. Treatment Team MCES uses a multidisciplinary treatment team approach for all its clients. The team is composed of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychiatric nurses, social workers, allied therapists, and psychiatric technicians. All staff is trained and has experience in treating adolescents, adults, and geriatrics with emotional and substance abuse problems. Program Goals The goals of the MCES Inpatient Program are: - To provide intensive and comprehensive psychiatric services to all in need in our community. - To maintain and advocate for clients' rights and individual dignity. - To educate and assist clients and their families. - To promote continuity of care that leads to clients' successful integration in the community. - To promote recovery and long-term stability in the community. Program Services - Assessment: Every client receives a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and physical examination upon admission to determine level of care and specific treatment needs. - Medication Management/Education: Each client is evaluated for the necessity of medication and educated on the benefits and side effects of these medications. - Group Therapy: Therapy is provided by the Psychology Department to assist clients in identifying their stressors and improving their coping skills. - Dual Diagnosis Program: Educational/problem solving groups and individual counseling is offered. AA is also provided. - Individual Psychotherapy/Counseling: Sessions are held daily with a psychiatrist, psychologist and/or nursing staff. - Family/Couples Therapy: Therapy is provided by the Psychology and Psychiatry Departments when indicated. - Educational Groups: The groups are run by the clinical disciplines with an emphasis on relapse prevention, wellness and recovery. - Allied Therapy: This work involves comprehensive programming utilizing creative arts, recreational and educational groups. It also includes individual therapy, including My Action Plan (MAP), a comprehensive relapse prevention program that can be completed in five days. - Discharge Planning/Case Management: This assists individuals in determining appropriate resources in the community or other inpatient facility, if appropriate. - Community Liaison: Liaison work provides assessment of services needed, interfaces with programs in Montgomery County and stimulates interagency collaboration.MontgomeryMontgomery County Emergency Service - Montgomery; NorristownMontgomery County Emergency Services
Northeast Treatment Centers - Individual and Family TherapyBehavioral Health Rehabilitation Services or "Wraparound" These services are provided by mobile therapists, behavioral specialists, and therapeutic staff support (TSS) workers working together as a treatment team in Pennsylvania. Services are provided in the home, school and community setting either individually or in any combination depending on the need. The treatment team collaborates with other systems and services being provided to the family. Services must be recommended by a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist and must be preauthorized by the applicable medical assistance payer. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944. Family Focused Behavioral Health Services: This Pennsylvania based program is designed to serve as an alternative to traditional "wraparound." A team comprised of a lead clinician, a case manager, and a crisis worker provides intensive support to all members of the family in the home, school, or community setting. Intensive coordination between the treatment team and other community resources and a flexible approach to working with families are key elements of this program. An extensive family assessment is conducted in order to establish clear goals in partnership with the family. Psychiatric assessment and consultation is integrated in the program model. Services must recommended by a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist and services must be authorized by Community Behavioral Health (CBH). A less intensive version of the Family Focused model is also available. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944. Outpatient Mental Health: Traditional outpatient treatment is provided on site at several locations in Pennsylvania. Many therapists are trained to provide both individual and family therapy. When needed, psychiatric assessment and medication management services are also provided. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944. Residential Treatment: Mental Health Residential Treatment is provided for a total of sixteen youth between the ages of twelve years and eighteen years at two sites in New Castle County, Delaware. Both Centers are program funded by the Delaware Division of Child Mental health. The Red Lion Residential Treatment Program (RTC) and the Iron Hill RTC are free standing units that intensively treat youth who have emotional and psychiatric problems and life difficulties, in home-like environments that are comfortable and caring. The level of staff intensity and clinical presence ensures a positive and therapeutically enhanced experience for the participants and their families. Day Treatment: The Kacy Church Day Treatment Center is located in New Castle, Delaware, and is staffed by Special Education certified teachers, Social Workers, Psychologists, and Counselors who form an integrated team that fully implements a multi-faceted approach to working with young people and families with life difficulties, emotional problems or special needs. The Day Treatment Program can treat and educate up to twenty youth between the ages of 12 and 18 years of age. Treatment and educational services are comprehensive and intensive, and geared to meet the therapeutic, academic and related needs of young people on an individual assessed basis. These structured services are provided to Delaware school-aged youth who live at home, in residential settings or with treatment foster families. Services are provided both individually and in a group setting. For more information, contact (302) 454-7882. Independent Living Program ("Making My Way"): This is an Independent Living skills development program located in Delaware. The program is designed to assist older teenagers and young adults effectively transition out of state foster care system into adulthood via the support and direction of a life-skills mentor.PhiladelphiaNortheast Treatment Centers, Inc. Administrative Offices - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaNortheast Treatment Centers
Northeast Treatment Centers - Individual and Family Therapy - Youth & Family ServicesBehavioral Health Rehabilitation Services or "Wraparound" These services are provided by mobile therapists, behavioral specialists, and therapeutic staff support (TSS) workers working together as a treatment team in Pennsylvania. Services are provided in the home, school and community setting either individually or in any combination depending on the need. The treatment team collaborates with other systems and services being provided to the family. Services must be recommended by a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist and must be preauthorized by the applicable medical assistance payer. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944. Family Focused Behavioral Health Services: This Pennsylvania based program is designed to serve as an alternative to traditional "wraparound." A team comprised of a lead clinician, a case manager, and a crisis worker provides intensive support to all members of the family in the home, school, or community setting. Intensive coordination between the treatment team and other community resources and a flexible approach to working with families are key elements of this program. An extensive family assessment is conducted in order to establish clear goals in partnership with the family. Psychiatric assessment and consultation is integrated in the program model. Services must recommended by a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist and services must be authorized by Community Behavioral Health (CBH). A less intensive version of the Family Focused model is also available. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944. Outpatient Mental Health: Traditional outpatient treatment is provided on site at several locations in Pennsylvania. Many therapists are trained to provide both individual and family therapy. When needed, psychiatric assessment and medication management services are also provided. Referrals can be made directly to NET by calling (215) 408-4944. Residential Treatment: Mental Health Residential Treatment is provided for a total of sixteen youth between the ages of twelve years and eighteen years at two sites in New Castle County, Delaware. Both Centers are program funded by the Delaware Division of Child Mental health. The Red Lion Residential Treatment Program (RTC) and the Iron Hill RTC are free standing units that intensively treat youth who have emotional and psychiatric problems and life difficulties, in home-like environments that are comfortable and caring. The level of staff intensity and clinical presence ensures a positive and therapeutically enhanced experience for the participants and their families. Day Treatment: The Kacy Church Day Treatment Center is located in New Castle, Delaware, and is staffed by Special Education certified teachers, Social Workers, Psychologists, and Counselors who form an integrated team that fully implements a multi-faceted approach to working with young people and families with life difficulties, emotional problems or special needs. The Day Treatment Program can treat and educate up to twenty youth between the ages of 12 and 18 years of age. Treatment and educational services are comprehensive and intensive, and geared to meet the therapeutic, academic and related needs of young people on an individual assessed basis. These structured services are provided to Delaware school-aged youth who live at home, in residential settings or with treatment foster families. Services are provided both individually and in a group setting. For more information, contact (302) 454-7882. Independent Living Program ("Making My Way"): This is an Independent Living skills development program located in Delaware. The program is designed to assist older teenagers and young adults effectively transition out of state foster care system into adulthood via the support and direction of a life-skills mentor.PhiladelphiaYouth & Family ServicesNortheast Treatment Centers
Penndel Mental Health Center - Behavioral Health Assessment ServicesBehavioral Health Assesment Services offers an Acute Stabilization counseling providing brief, time-limited therapy and counseling to identified, at-risk clients. In addition, the Acute Stabilization Counselor works with existing clinical and case management staff to promote stabilization. Clients must undergo an intake and liabilty assessment conducted by a Mental Health Professional (clinician) and a fiscal clerk. The intake staff is available to act as an information and referral source to members of the community regarding mental health services. Assessment Include: - Needs assessment - Public funded service eligibility determination - Completion of intake packet - Discussion of concerns for treatment - Present all financial information needed to determine a reasonable monthly fee or other source of payment - Present his/her referral and/or authorization (if participating in an HMO) or his/her insurance cards and/or formsBucksPenndel Mental Health Center - Bucks; LanghornePenndel Mental Health Center
Penndel Mental Health Center - Residential Program(s)Supported housing for individuals with severe mental illness, some levels include 24/7 staffing with mental health professionals.BucksPenndel Mental Health Center - Bucks; LanghornePenndel Mental Health Center
The Meadows Hospital - Inpatient Mental Health FacilityThe Meadows is a 107-bed private behavioral health care facility at the core of an integrated delivery system for the treatment of mental illness. The Meadows provides comprehensive services in age specific units identified for children, adolescents, and adults. Universal Community Behaviorial Health, In.c (UCBH) is the continuum of care system that the Meadows founded in 1999. UCBH Progrmas include telephone and mobile crisis, outpatient therapy and medication managment, intensive outpatient programs for adults, school based outpatient therapy, partial hospitalization for children and adolescents, behavioral health rehabilitative services (BHRS), blended case management, peer support services, and family based mental health.CentreThe Meadows HospitalMeadows Universal Community Behavioral Health
Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System: Domiciliary ServicesVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Domiciliary Services is a residential treatment program that offers health care and rehabilitation services, social services, job placement services, and housing search and placement assistance. The goals of the Domiciliary program are to promote health and independence through a structured treatment program. The program emphasizes personal responsibility. The facility is unique in its design by providing a living environment of shared apartment living versus the former dormitory-style living arrangements. The Domiciliary exhibits a model community living arrangement that includes townhouse, apartment, and patio-style villas that overlook a courtyard. AlleghenyVA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - HJ Heinz CampusVA 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 H.J. Heinz campus is home to a 262-bed community living center as well as an ambulatory care center that offers outpatient services including dental, primary care, pharmacy and rehabilitation services. The campus also offers a 65-bed Veterans recovery center and 31 psychiatric residential rehabilitation treatment beds.AlleghenyVA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - HJ Heinz Campus: Psychosocial Residential Rehabilitation Treatment ProgramVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's HJ Heinz Campus Psychosocial Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (PRRTP) provides a caring and supportive environment where individuals with psychiatric disabilities can obtain the skills, knowledge and supports necessary to successfully transition into the community residential role of their choice. Services include:
  • Goal setting,
  • Housing awareness,
  • Budgeting,
  • Money management,
  • Illness self-management,
  • Medication management,
  • Healthy living skills,
  • Daily living skills (cooking, cleaning, shopping) ,
  • Recovery,
  • Peer support,
  • Social skills
AlleghenyVA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - University Drive CampusAn integrated health care system that 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. AlleghenyVA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - University Drive Campus: Behavioral Health ServicesVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System offers inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care in the Consolidation Building at University Drive. Inpatient units provide a multidisciplinary approach with medicine, psychiatry, nursing and social work services. This treatment team meets daily to discuss new needs, presenting barriers to treatments, medication changes and the treatment plan. Individual time is spent with each veteran specific to each discipline. During time on the acute impatient units, a veteran will receive treatment that is diagnosis specific. Mood disorders, anxiety and co-occurring substance abuse are treated on the 4th floor, which specializes in the recovery model. The 5th floor focuses on schizophrenia and thought disorders. While on the units, veterans benefit from various modalities of treatment such as group programming and specialized interventions from psychology and nursing teams. Workbooks are provided for recovery-focused care pertaining to drug and alcohol and other specific diagnoses. Social work assists as part of the treatment team, facilitating appropriate care plans, brokering between programs, assisting with therapeutic goals and arranging appropriate level of care and follow up. Social work assists with drug and alcohol evaluations, family interventions, community and VA referrals for programming. Social work often interacts with other VA facilities in VISN-4 in order to determine appropriate in home services and programming that may be able to meet a veteran’s specific needs. On occasion, veterans may require longer term care. Those veterans are referred to the 3rd floor for extended psychiatric treatment. Veterans discharge from the inpatient units to many levels of care, some of which are home, residential programming, drug and alcohol treatment centers, nursing homes, and group or personal care home living. Behavioral health services at VA Pittsburgh include:
  • Psychiatry,
  • Psychology,
  • In-patient Psychiatric Unit,
  • Homeless Veterans Services,
  • Treatment for Addictive Disorders, including residential rehabilitation treatment programs.
Treatment addresses the following:
  • depression, sadness, grief,
  • anxiety, worry, nervousness,
  • addictive behaviors,
  • relationship problems,
  • stress from medical problems and/or pain,
  • post-traumatic stress disorder and combat related stress disorder,
  • emotional problems, such as managing anger,
  • vocational issues,
  • troublesome thoughts or ideas,
  • confused thinking,
  • aggressive or self-harming behaviors,
  • memory problems.
Some related services, such as the psychiatric residential rehabilitation treatment program, and OIF/OEF/OND services are located at the H.J. Heinz campus in Aspinwall.
AlleghenyVA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - University Drive Campus: Center for Treatment of Addictive Disorders (CTAD)The VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System University Drive Campus’ Center for Treatment of Addictive Disorders (CTAD) offers several programs that help veterans overcome addiction. Motivational, behavioral and educational methods are used. These methods stress harm reduction, recovery skills, relapse prevention and follow a sound recovery plan. Treatment also addresses issues such as multiple diagnosis and chronic pain. Programs and clinics include:
  • CORE Program The CTAD Outpatient Rehabilitation and Education Program is a 14 to 21-day intensive intervention that is held in both residential and non-residential settings. Patients work on learning skills needed to fight their addiction. A case manager will help each veteran work on their treatment plan goals. Call 412-360-6611 to schedule an interview.
  • Outpatient Clinics The Specialized Outpatient Aftercare and Recovery Clinics include personalized assessment and treatment planning. This is followed by outpatient individual and group therapy. After completing the CORE Program, many veterans continue with aftercare and work on their recovery plan. Call 412-360-6092 for Outpatient scheduling.
  • OSTC The Opiod Substitution Therapy Clinic provides methadone maintenance therapy to assist those with opiate addiction that have been unresponsive to other therapies. Call 412-360-6092 for OSTC scheduling.
  • Other services Outpatient evaluation of alcohol withdrawal risk and detoxification planning. On-site Gamblers Anonymous meetings. Specialty groups for women and African American veterans in recovery. Telephone screening for incarcerated veterans – 412-360-6611. Annual “Recovery Day” celebration in September. Suboxone-assisted opiate detoxification. Contingency Management program for veterans struggling with cocaine addiction.
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