|Beacon Hub Drop In Center-Skills of Central PA Centre/Clinton/Lycoming Counties||Beacon Hub Drop In Center provides an alternative, nonresidential environment for people who have mental, emotional or social problems which offers recreational activities, socialization, individual or group counseling, mutual support group meetings, information and referral and other similar services.||Clinton||Centre/Clinton/Lycoming Counties||Skills of Central Pennsylvania|
|Beacon Hub Drop In Center-Skills of Central PA Centre/Clinton/Lycoming Counties||Beacon Hub Drop In Center provides an alternative, nonresidential environment for people who have mental, emotional or social problems which offers recreational activities, socialization, individual or group counseling, mutual support group meetings, information and referral and other similar services.||Lycoming||Centre/Clinton/Lycoming Counties||Skills of Central Pennsylvania|
|Bedford-Somerset DBHS - HOPES Drop In Center||An alternative, non-residential environment for people who have mental, emotional or social problems and which may offer recreational activities, socialization, etc.||Bedford||Drop in Center||Bedford-Somerset DBHS|
|CareLink Community Support Services - Day Services||Day Services program provides intensive mental health treatment to individuals through group and individual psychotherapy, psycho-educational groups, psychiatric consultation and medication management. Day Services offers supports for individuals who have been diagnosed with serious mental illnesses, developmental disabilities and have a history of problem sexual behavior to help live a safe and satisfying life.
Topics addressed include:
- Anger management
- Relapse prevention
- Drug and alcohol issues||Delaware||CareLink Community Support Services - Delaware||CareLink Community Support Services|
|Center for Community Resources - Clarion County Drop-In Center - Victory House||A fully consumer-run, recovery-oriented center that provides vitally important support for people with significant mental health concerns who are in recovery.
This is a place where people can relax, be themselves, feel accepted and safe, and find the support and encouragement they need to rebuild meaningful lives. Members participate in social interaction activities and trips and tours.
-Transportation to and from the center
-Social interaction activities
-Trips and tours
Lunch is provided daily.||Clarion||Center for Community Resources - Clarion County Drop-in Center||Center for Community Resources|
|Community Crossroads Peer Support Center - Peer Support Center||Peer Support Center provides a safe and comfortable environment where mental health consumers have the opportunity to socialize and become involved in different activities including support groups, self-help groups, advocacy groups and special interest groups, as well as other activities in and outside the center.||Chester||Community Crossroads Peer Support Center - Chester; West Chester||Community Crossroads Peer Support Center|
|Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program - Main Offices - Drop In Center||Provides an opportunity for peer support, empowerment, advocacy, and enrichment for adults with mental illness. It is a socialization hub where acceptance and belonging are encouraged. Open 365 days a year, the consumer-run center offers a wide range of activities.||Crawford||Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program - Main Offices||Crawford County Mental Health Awareness Program|
|Dickinson Center - C.O.P.E. Drop-In Center||The center includes a pool table, TV, DVD player, a library, living room, kitchen, computer, craft area. The center includes a safe, social environment for people in recovery and find community resources.||Elk||Dickinson Center - C.O.P.E. Drop-In Center||Dickinson Center|
|Dickinson Center - The Place Drop-In Center||The center includes a TV, DVD player, a library, living room, kitchen, computer, and craft area. The Place is consumer driven and focuses on recovery principles. Monthly activities are suggested by the consumers. Example activities throughout the month include; cinch tournaments, dinners, X-Box, crafts, coffee club, and bingo.||Potter||Dickinson Center - The Place Drop-In Center||Dickinson Center|
|Fitzmaurice Community Services - Monroe Drop In Center||A community center for adults with mental health issues Peers can find support, advocacy, comradery, education and many types of activities and events.||Monroe||Fitzmaurice Community Services||Fitzmaurice Community Services|
|Harrisburg Drop-In Center||The Center provides daily meals, guest speakers, workshops, and other life skills training activities in a non-clinical setting, to enhance our members’ ability to remain independent and improve their quality of life. Adult Basic Education and Introductory Computer Classes and are provided free of charge.
||Dauphin||Harrisburg Social and Psych Rehabilitation Center||Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services|
|Hispanic Life Skills||Hispanic Life Skills provides a comprehensive array of services to consumers of mental health services who are exclusively or primarily Spanish speaking. Activities include once a monthly group support, workshops, bi-lingual home visitation, and daily drop-in services. English as a Second Language classes are offered at our Harrisburg drop-in center. (Monday and Thursday afternoon from 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.)
||Dauphin||Harrisburg Social and Psych Rehabilitation Center||Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services|
|Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Mental Health Drop In - Cornerstone Clubhouse||A Clubhouse is a comprehensive and dynamic program of support and opportunities for individuals in mental health recovery. It is first and foremost a community that offers individuals hope and opportunities to achieve their full potential. The Clubhouse is unique in that all clinical aspects have been removed so as to focus on the strengths of the individual rather than their illness. At the core of the Clubhouse model are the four guaranteed rights of membership: 1 a right to a place to come, 2 a right to meaningful relationships, 3 a right to meaningful work, and 4 a right to a place to return. Through this environment of support, acceptance and commitment to the potential of each member, Clubhouses demonstrate that individuals with mental illness can successfully live full and productive lives and work in the community. There are four key components of a Clubhouse program: the Work-Ordered Day, Employment Programs, Supported Education, and Evening/Weekend/Holiday Events.||Chester||Holcomb Cornerstone Clubhouse||Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems|
|Human Services - Stepping Stones Clubhouse - Mental Health Drop-In Center||Clubhouse is a recovery oriented program for adults designed to give members the opportunity to learn to manage their illness and develop the skills needed to achieve recovery. The program is based on a work-ordered day and provides vocational training in the areas of clerical/computers, kitchen, education, and maintenance. It focuses on social relationships and supports, work readiness and transitional employment.||Chester||HUMAN SERVICES, INC. COATESVILLE STEPPING STONES CLUBHOUSE||Human Services - Chester|
|Mechanicsburg Drop-In Center||Drop-in center activities including meals, field trips and daily activities. The Center offers Recovery Workshops designed to give consumers of mental health services greater control over the treatment of their illness and tools to help them recover.
Cafe Aurora located at the Mechanicsburg Drop-in center offers live entertainment along with gourmet teas, coffees and bake goods available for a donation. The Cafe is open Friday evenings from 5:00-9:00pm and is staffed by Aurora members.||Cumberland||Mechanicsburg Social and Psych Rehabilitation Center||Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services|
|Mental Health Association in Beaver County - Phoenix Drop-In Center||The Phoenix Drop-In Center provides a safe environment for people dealing with mental illness to socialize and work on their recovery. A wide variety of daily activities are offered along with free lunches Monday - Friday. Wellness classes, crafts, art & theater groups, outdoor activities, are all provided free of charge.||Beaver||Mental Health Association in Beaver County||Mental Health Association in Beaver County|
|Mental Health Association of Washington County - Circle Center||Consumer-run drop-in center for adult mental health consumers. Offers a friendly atmosphere for socialization and fellowship between individuals coping with mental health issues. Peer counseling is also available if needed.||Washington||Peer Support Programs||Mental Health Association of Washington County|
|Mental Health Social Rehabilitation - Monroe County - Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services||Offer a variety of services designed to improve or support the consumer’s adjustment and integration within the family and community through rehabilitative activities, social skills development, recreational or educational programs, activities of daily living, skills development, and other supportive services. Specific programs include:
Adult Developmental Training
Family Support Services (FSS)
Drop-In Centers||Monroe||Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Monroe County Office||Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services|
|Mental Health Social Rehabilitation - Pike County - Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services||Offer a variety of services designed to improve or support the consumer’s adjustment and integration within the family and community through rehabilitative activities, social skills development, recreational or educational programs, activities of daily living, skills development, and other supportive services. Specific programs include:
Adult Developmental Training
Family Support Services (FSS)
Drop-In Centers||Pike||Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Pike County Office||Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services|
|Milestone - Chain of Hope Drop-In Center||Serves all behavioral health and developmental disabilities clients in Allegheny County who desire the opportunity to engage in fellowship with other clients. Helps participants re-establish links to the community through both informal activities and structured programming.
Food pantry for Chain of Hope program participants every Thursday.||Allegheny||Milestone||Milestone|
|New Beginnings Drop In Center||Provides a recovery oriented, consumer run environment where people with mental illness have the opportunity for community integration, socialization, peer support, empowerment and
self-advocacy. New Beginnings achieves this goal by providing structured, consumer chosen activities, groups and projects identified by the membership that will assist them in their recovery journey.||Indiana||Goodwill of the Southern Alleghenies Drop In Center||Goodwill of the Southern Alleghenies|
|New Bloomfield Social Rehabilitation Center||The Aurora Center in New Bloomfield, Perry County is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 3pm.
ASRS provides drop-in center services for people diagnosed with severe mental illnesses. Daily activities include workshops, group discussions and life skill lessons.||Perry||New Bloomfield Social Rehabilitation Center||Aurora Social Rehabilitation Services|
|New Roots Recovery Support Center||Provides support to individuals and families affected by substance use disorder. Facilitates the journey towards a healthier life through meaningful relationships and community engagement through availability of walk-in recovery center. Guidance and support is available from on-site state-certified recovery specialists. Welcoming to all "pathways to recovery.
Services: Peer Support, Job Seeking Support; Root Cellar Food Pantry; Nutrition Classes; Wellness Education; Family Events; Support Groups; Mental Health Workshops; Pet, Art and Music Therapy.
||Luzerne||New Roots Recovery Support Center||New Roots|
|Northampton County Drop-In Center||Drop in Center that fosters social growth by providing structured social rehabilitation programming, in a safe, culturally sensitive environment, to individuals in Northampton County who are coping with or recovering from mental illness.
||Northampton||Recovery Partnership||Recovery Partnership|
|Peer Empowerment Network - Drop In Center||Provides food and activities for individuals with behavioral diagnosis. Support groups, clothing, household and hygiene items, furniture and food.||Cambria||Peer Empowerment Network||Peer Empowerment Network|
|Pittsburgh Mercy Health System - Operation Safety Net - Wellspring Drop-in Center||Drop-in center which provides lunch, resource coordination, peer support, and advocacy for mental health consumers. Offers health clinic through Operation Safety Net Thursday 1- 3pm .||Allegheny||Operation Safety Net||Pittsburgh Mercy Health System|
|Reach Out Foundation - Social Time||Social time is a group offered by Reach Out Foundation for anyone with a mental illness/ or addiction disorder to gather and talk with peers.||Bucks||Reach Out Foundation - Bucks; Langhorne||Reach Out Foundation|
|Recovery Drop-In Center - Community Intervention Center||The following services are offered to homeless individuals seeking assistance with recovery on a drop-in basis: Crisis Intervention and Continuing Care;Representative Payee Services;Information and Referral to Local Drug and Alcohol and Mental Health Services;Recovery Specialist on Staff;Resource Coordination;Sober and Supportive Day Room Environment.||Lackawanna||The Community Intervention Center of Lackawanna County||The Community Intervention Center of Lackawanna County|
|Skills of Central PA Centre/Clinton/Lycoming Counties Mountain View Hub Drop In Center||Mountain View Hub Drop In Center provides an alternative, nonresidential environment for people who have mental, emotional or social problems which offers recreational activities, socialization, individual or group counseling, mutual support group meetings, information and referral and other similar services.||Centre||Centre/Clinton/Lycoming Counties||Skills of Central Pennsylvania|
|Skills of Central PA - Vines of Hope Drop In Center||Vines of Hope Drop In Center provides an alternative, nonresidential environment for people who have mental, emotional or social problems which offers recreational activities, socialization, individual or group counseling, mutual support group meetings, information and referral and other similar services.||Cambria||Cambria County||Skills of Central Pennsylvania|
|The Arc of Greene County - Open Arms Drop-In Center||The Drop in Center is an Activity Center for individuals in mental Health Recovery with Greene Arc staff providing oversight. Offers an accepting, non-clinical atmosphere where individuals with mental health issues can feel they belong, encourages individual to take responsibility for their own recovery, provides support in times of turmoil and social isolation, offers opportunities to improve social skills and to develop and maintain healthy relationships.||Greene||The Arc of Greene County - Open Arms Drop-In Center||The Arc of Greene County|
|Titusville Area Senior Citizens Corporation - The Social Connection||A Consumer Driven Mental Health Drop-In-Center (DIC). The Center’s purpose is for consumers to share friendship, a warm environment and a place to increase their personal socialization with peers who have similar life experiences.||Crawford||Titusville Area Senior Citizens Corporation - The Social Connection||Titusville Area Senior Citizens Corporation|
|Venango Training & Development Center - The Cove||VTDC helps support a mental health Drop in Center, located in downtown DuBois. Activities include shopping trips, pool and dart tournaments, arts and crafts, meal preparation, dances, parties, movie nights, and board games.
The Cove is also dedicated to assisting its' participants in other areas of life, including, help with housing issues and consumer education, Peer Support, Mobile Psych Rehab, Help Line, Service Access Management and Jeff Tech.||Clearfield||Venango Training & Development Center - The Cove||Venango Training & Development Center|