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Programs that provide a therapeutic living environment in community-based facilities for individuals who have emotional and/or behavioral problems and require a structured, supervised treatment program which may include individual, group, family and other treatment modalities as appropriate, but who do not require inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Armstrong – Indiana Behavioral and Developmental Health ProgramCoordinates and connects mental health, intellectual disability and early intervention consumers with appropriate agencies.ArmstrongCase Management for MH/MRArmstrong - Indiana Behavioral and Developmental Health Program
Dawn's Place - The ResidenceMeets the physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual needs of each resident. Supports and assists the women on their journey of healing by providing ongoing treatments and educational tools that are utilized through all phases of their continuum of care. Individual and group counseling is provided to address the social and psychological trauma underlying the client's involvement with Commercial Sexual Exploitation. This includes past sexual, physical, and mental abuse, drug addiction, posttraumatic stress disorder, and other issues.PhiladelphiaDawn's Place - PhiladelphiaDawn's Place
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, 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
Devereux Pennsylvania - Children and Adults with Special Needs - Children's Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities ServicesCampus and community based residential treatment, including specialized programs and schools for individuals with autism; sexual responsibility programs for males, special education programs including day school programs, treatment family program, community integration and employment programs.ChesterDevereux Children's Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities ServicesDevereux Pennsylvania
Elwyn - Behavioral HealthBehavioral Health Services offers recovery-oriented services for adults and resiliency-oriented services for children. Services provided include: - Residential services for adults and children - Specialized senior services - Specialized services for children - Outpatient services for adults and children - Psychiatric rehabilitation programs - Case management services for adults and children - Welcome House - Deaf Services - Family support services - Treatment foster careDelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
Elwyn - Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Host HomesCommunity Residential Rehabilitation serves as a transitional program for youth who are being discharged from residential treatment centers or psychiatric hospitals who require intensive and flexible treatment services as they readjust to community living. Trained treatment parents provide structured and therapeutic home living environments while a comprehensive array of treatment services are employed.PhiladelphiaElwyn - Foster Care ServicesElwyn
Elwyn - Residential Treatment FacilityResidential Treatment Facility program at Natale is based on recovery, rehabilitation, and education that bridge the gap in traditional mental health services. This program of multi-disciplinary evaluation and rapid stabilization diverts individuals from more costly and restrictive inpatient hospitalization. As a step-up/down solution, the RTF at Natale is also a viable option for individuals who no longer meet inpatient criteria, but who need further treatment before returning to community life.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
Elwyn - Wrap Around Services (Behavioral Health Rehabilitation)Serving Delaware and Philadelphia Counties, Elwyn’s community-based clinical wraparound services are individually designed to include multiple disciplines in an effort to address the specific and unique challenges of the child. A clinical team of behavioral health professionals, which may include a behavioral specialist, lead clinician, mobile therapist and therapeutic support staff who offer families and children tools to succeed within their least-restrictive educational and living environment. The Behavior Specialist Consultant or Lead Clinician identifies behavioral goals and intervention techniques and recommends non-aversive behavioral change methods. Then, in collaboration with the family and other members of the treatment team, the Behavior Specialist Consultant designs and directs the implementation of a behavior modification intervention plan that is individualized to each child or adolescent and to the needs of the family. The Mobile Therapist provides intensive therapeutic services to children and their families at home, in school, and in other community settings. The Mobile Therapist provides support and assistance to the child and his or her family. The Therapeutic Staff Support works directly with the child and adolescent who displays a wide range of disabilities and functioning levels at homes, in schools, day care, or in their communities. This support person provides one-on-one interventions, including crisis intervention, behavior management support, emotional support, time-structured activities, and psychological rehabilitation.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
Fellowship Health Resources - Crisis Stabilization or Step Down ProgramThe Crisis Stabilization or Step Down Program provides 24-hour residential care that provides an alternative for clients to an inpatient hospital admission or a "step down" from a hospital inpatient program. As an alternative: For clients who are experiencing an acute crisis in which the goal is to prevent inpatient hospitalization. As a step down: For clients who are ready for, or have recently been discharged from, an acute care inpatient setting, but still need services that provide transition or re-entry into the community to limit or prevent hospital stay.Chester*Main Site (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.)Fellowship Health Resources
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
Human Services - Liberty House - Mental Health Support ServicesLiberty House provides permanent housing and supportive living services to individuals with mental illness and their families. The facility has one and two-bedroom apartments, and 28 single rooms, cafeteria service, laundry, and 24 hours on-site staff coverage. Case management services are provided on site. Residents must be eligible for section 8 housing, and have a mental health diagnosis.ChesterHUMAN SERVICES, INC. PHOENXVILLEHuman Services - Chester
Lenape Valley Foundation - Residential ServicesProvides a range of housing options for those with serious and persistent mental illness, including both short-term, long-term and independent housing. -Community Residential Reabilitation (CRR) Recovery based setting that is transitional and rehabilitative in purpose. Residential staff members assist residents in building skills that are necessary to move to a more independent setting. Residences consist of a cluster of shared apartments located throughout the community and support is provided at a Maximum level. Staff members are available on an on-call basis during the overnight hours. (Serves 14 individuals.) -Long Term Housing Programs Quarters B Residential staff members assist residents with recovery goals, providing support in a quiet country setting. Residents of this program are able to live in the program for as long as they wish, given residential guidelines. (Serves 5 individuals.) - Assisted Permanent Housing Program Residents living in this program have achieved most of the skills necessary to live independently and continue to work on their recovery goals. Residential staff members provide support a few hours a week and as requested. There is no maximum length of stay. (Serves 8 individuals.) -Independent Lease Program Residents living in this program have achieved most of the skills necessary to live independently and continue to work on independent recovery goals. Residential staff members provide support as requested and aid in making connections to community services. There is no maximum length of stay. Tenancy is maintained by adherence to lease conditions. (Serves 14 individuals.)BucksLenape Valley Foundation - Bucks; DoylestownLenape Valley Foundation
Mainstay NorthOffers a therapeutic, community-based residential program for adults with developmental disabilities and behavioral issues. This highly structured program provides rehabilitation for adults in need of intensive clinical/forensic treatment.NorthamptonMainstay NorthResources For Human Development
Martha Lloyd Community Residential Facility, Inc.-Marth Lloyd Community ServicesBradfordMARTHA LLOYD COMMUNITY SERVICESMarth Lloyd Community Services
Mechling-Shakely Veterans CenterProvides a community-based residential treatment facility for homeless veterans needing rehabilitation and support.ArmstrongMechling-Shakely Veterans CenterMechling-Shakely Veterans Center
Mental Health Residential Services - Monroe County - Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental ServicesProvide living arrangements in community residences for chronically mentally ill adults and selected children. Operated by providers under contract to the agency, there are several types of programs and multiple sites. Residential services include community residential facilities (CRF), community residential rehabilitation (CRR) services, long-term structured residences (LTSR), and residential treatment facilities (RTF).MonroeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Monroe County OfficeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services
Mental Health Residential Services - Pike County - Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental ServicesProvide living arrangements in community residences for chronically mentally ill adults and selected children. Operated by providers under contract to the agency, there are several types of programs and multiple sites. Residential services include community residential facilities (CRF), community residential rehabilitation (CRR) services, long-term structured residences (LTSR), and residential treatment facilities (RTF).PikeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services - Pike County OfficeCarbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services
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 Health - Journey HomeLong Term Structured Residence (LTSR): Journey Home LTSR is a 16 bed mental health residential treatment program that provides treatment and rehabilitation services in a structured environment for adults with a severe or chronic mental health need.AlleghenyMercy Behavioral HealthPittsburgh Mercy Health System
Mount Trexler ManorProvides individualized, residential and outpatient programs for adults with psychiatric illnesses. LehighMount Trexler ManorMount Trexler Manor
Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Residential ServicesServes adults with behavioral health needs who will benefit from learning, growing and experiencing life in a community environment blended with families. Provides supervision of skills training, vocational/educational planning, psycho-social assessment, counseling and peer support in order to increase greater level of independence, interdependence, peer/family support and empowerment. PhiladelphiaNortheast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaNortheast Community Center for Behavioral Health
Northeast Treatment Centers - Drug-Free Addictions & Co-Occurring Treatment - FrankfordIntensive Outpatient Program (IOP) The Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue Counseling Centers located in Philadelphia offer IOP programs designed to treat co-occurring substance dependency and psychiatric disorders with specific attention to consumers' unique needs. Forensic programs support Forensic Intensive Recovery (FIR) and other stipulated consumers in meeting their criminal justice requirements. The women's IOP track addresses the specific needs of women. In addition, Latino IOP services are designed and delivered by Latino staff for the Spanish-speaking community. Both centers offer convenient morning, afternoon and evening treatment sessions. Services include group psycho-education and psychotherapy as well as individual counseling. Co-occurring mental health issues are treated by clinical and medical professionals. Medical needs are monitored by staff physicians. Spring Garden Counseling Center is an approved Assessment Site for Community Behavioral Health (CBH) Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment These services are provided at the Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue Counseling Centers in Philadelphia to consumers who do not require the additional structure provided by NET's IOP programs Women's Trauma Recovery Program The Women's Trauma Recovery Program offered in Philadelphia focuses on needs which are specific to women. A key to this treatment approach is the Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model or TREM, which recognizes the unique histories of trauma that lead women to abuse and to become dependent on substances. In the TREM treatment approach women are taught to view themselves in more positive ways and are guided in building self-esteem and self confidence in their ability to recover from the effects of past trauma and substance dependence. In addition to accepting a lack of control over addictive chemicals, women learn how to develop and use a personalized recovery plan. Co-Occurring Treatment The Co-Occurring Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatment program offered in Philadelphia provides a holistic and unique treatment approach to consumers who suffer both a diagnosed psychiatric illness and substance dependence. For many people, psychological problems and difficulties in daily living set the stage for the abuse of alcohol and/or drugs. Inadequate attention to issues that often accompany substance dependence can seriously disrupt long term recovery. Similarly, chemical abuse often triggers a decline in self-esteem, interferes with interpersonal relationships and may damage one's ability to cope with life's stresses in general. The Minkoff based treatment approach focuses on developing a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle while also treating the chronic effects of psychiatric illness. The Co-Occurring Treatment Program addresses the interaction between dependency and psychiatric illness and how to recognize this interaction. Recovery Support Center Located in Philadelphia, The Support Center provides a supervised, informal meeting place for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. The Support Center is open during the afternoon and early evenings, and operates with staff supervision at all times. The Support Center facilitates ongoing connection with recovery support. Under the supervision of NET staff, the Support Center offers an array of services to the participants including: Peer mentoring and case management support 12 step group support Faith-based programs Emergency housing, flood, and clothing supports Social and recreational programs G.E.D. attainment assistance English as a second language Reading, parenting, and life skills education Vocational training and career counseling Job search support and programming Financial literacy and planning Credit Restoration All participants in the Support Center must simultaneously be receiving treatment from NET for their substance use and/or their co-occurring disorders. Co-Occurring Residential Treatment Located at the Wharton Center in Philadelphia, the Residential Recovery Program for co-occurring males with or without a history of criminality provides for an integrated treatment approach through three distinctive phases of residential treatment: Assessment/Engagement, Stabilization, and Community Reintegration. Through the NET continuum of care, services can be provided continuously and without interruption. Each residential phase is characterized by unique interventions and outcomes directly tailored to the consumer's stage of change. Upon completion of a comprehensive assessment phase, the consumer enters a treatment program that matches his unique presenting etiology along with treatment planning correlated to his stage of change. Outpatient Mental HealthPhiladelphiaFrankford Avenue Counseling Center (Northeast Treatment Centers, Inc.)Northeast Treatment Centers
Northeast Treatment Centers - Drug-Free Addictions & Co-Occurring Treatment - Spring GardenIntensive Outpatient Program (IOP) The Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue Counseling Centers located in Philadelphia offer IOP programs designed to treat co-occurring substance dependency and psychiatric disorders with specific attention to consumers' unique needs. Forensic programs support Forensic Intensive Recovery (FIR) and other stipulated consumers in meeting their criminal justice requirements. The women's IOP track addresses the specific needs of women. In addition, Latino IOP services are designed and delivered by Latino staff for the Spanish-speaking community. Both centers offer convenient morning, afternoon and evening treatment sessions. Services include group psycho-education and psychotherapy as well as individual counseling. Co-occurring mental health issues are treated by clinical and medical professionals. Medical needs are monitored by staff physicians. Spring Garden Counseling Center is an approved Assessment Site for Community Behavioral Health (CBH) Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment These services are provided at the Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue Counseling Centers in Philadelphia to consumers who do not require the additional structure provided by NET's IOP programs Women's Trauma Recovery Program The Women's Trauma Recovery Program offered in Philadelphia focuses on needs which are specific to women. A key to this treatment approach is the Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model or TREM, which recognizes the unique histories of trauma that lead women to abuse and to become dependent on substances. In the TREM treatment approach women are taught to view themselves in more positive ways and are guided in building self-esteem and self confidence in their ability to recover from the effects of past trauma and substance dependence. In addition to accepting a lack of control over addictive chemicals, women learn how to develop and use a personalized recovery plan. Co-Occurring Treatment The Co-Occurring Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatment program offered in Philadelphia provides a holistic and unique treatment approach to consumers who suffer both a diagnosed psychiatric illness and substance dependence. For many people, psychological problems and difficulties in daily living set the stage for the abuse of alcohol and/or drugs. Inadequate attention to issues that often accompany substance dependence can seriously disrupt long term recovery. Similarly, chemical abuse often triggers a decline in self-esteem, interferes with interpersonal relationships and may damage one's ability to cope with life's stresses in general. The Minkoff based treatment approach focuses on developing a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle while also treating the chronic effects of psychiatric illness. The Co-Occurring Treatment Program addresses the interaction between dependency and psychiatric illness and how to recognize this interaction. Recovery Support Center Located in Philadelphia, The Support Center provides a supervised, informal meeting place for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. The Support Center is open during the afternoon and early evenings, and operates with staff supervision at all times. The Support Center facilitates ongoing connection with recovery support. Under the supervision of NET staff, the Support Center offers an array of services to the participants including: Peer mentoring and case management support 12 step group support Faith-based programs Emergency housing, flood, and clothing supports Social and recreational programs G.E.D. attainment assistance English as a second language Reading, parenting, and life skills education Vocational training and career counseling Job search support and programming Financial literacy and planning Credit Restoration All participants in the Support Center must simultaneously be receiving treatment from NET for their substance use and/or their co-occurring disorders. Co-Occurring Residential Treatment Located at the Wharton Center in Philadelphia, the Residential Recovery Program for co-occurring males with or without a history of criminality provides for an integrated treatment approach through three distinctive phases of residential treatment: Assessment/Engagement, Stabilization, and Community Reintegration. Through the NET continuum of care, services can be provided continuously and without interruption. Each residential phase is characterized by unique interventions and outcomes directly tailored to the consumer's stage of change. Upon completion of a comprehensive assessment phase, the consumer enters a treatment program that matches his unique presenting etiology along with treatment planning correlated to his stage of change. Outpatient Mental HealthPhiladelphiaSpring Garden Counseling Center (Northeast Treatment Centers, Inc.)Northeast Treatment Centers
Northeast Treatment Centers - Drug-Free Addictions & Co-Occurring Treatment - WhartonIntensive Outpatient Program (IOP) The Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue Counseling Centers located in Philadelphia offer IOP programs designed to treat co-occurring substance dependency and psychiatric disorders with specific attention to consumers' unique needs. Forensic programs support Forensic Intensive Recovery (FIR) and other stipulated consumers in meeting their criminal justice requirements. The women's IOP track addresses the specific needs of women. In addition, Latino IOP services are designed and delivered by Latino staff for the Spanish-speaking community. Both centers offer convenient morning, afternoon and evening treatment sessions. Services include group psycho-education and psychotherapy as well as individual counseling. Co-occurring mental health issues are treated by clinical and medical professionals. Medical needs are monitored by staff physicians. Spring Garden Counseling Center is an approved Assessment Site for Community Behavioral Health (CBH) Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment These services are provided at the Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue Counseling Centers in Philadelphia to consumers who do not require the additional structure provided by NET's IOP programs Women's Trauma Recovery Program The Women's Trauma Recovery Program offered in Philadelphia focuses on needs which are specific to women. A key to this treatment approach is the Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model or TREM, which recognizes the unique histories of trauma that lead women to abuse and to become dependent on substances. In the TREM treatment approach women are taught to view themselves in more positive ways and are guided in building self-esteem and self confidence in their ability to recover from the effects of past trauma and substance dependence. In addition to accepting a lack of control over addictive chemicals, women learn how to develop and use a personalized recovery plan. Co-Occurring Treatment The Co-Occurring Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatment program offered in Philadelphia provides a holistic and unique treatment approach to consumers who suffer both a diagnosed psychiatric illness and substance dependence. For many people, psychological problems and difficulties in daily living set the stage for the abuse of alcohol and/or drugs. Inadequate attention to issues that often accompany substance dependence can seriously disrupt long term recovery. Similarly, chemical abuse often triggers a decline in self-esteem, interferes with interpersonal relationships and may damage one's ability to cope with life's stresses in general. The Minkoff based treatment approach focuses on developing a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle while also treating the chronic effects of psychiatric illness. The Co-Occurring Treatment Program addresses the interaction between dependency and psychiatric illness and how to recognize this interaction. Recovery Support Center Located in Philadelphia, The Support Center provides a supervised, informal meeting place for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. The Support Center is open during the afternoon and early evenings, and operates with staff supervision at all times. The Support Center facilitates ongoing connection with recovery support. Under the supervision of NET staff, the Support Center offers an array of services to the participants including: Peer mentoring and case management support 12 step group support Faith-based programs Emergency housing, flood, and clothing supports Social and recreational programs G.E.D. attainment assistance English as a second language Reading, parenting, and life skills education Vocational training and career counseling Job search support and programming Financial literacy and planning Credit Restoration All participants in the Support Center must simultaneously be receiving treatment from NET for their substance use and/or their co-occurring disorders. Co-Occurring Residential Treatment Located at the Wharton Center in Philadelphia, the Residential Recovery Program for co-occurring males with or without a history of criminality provides for an integrated treatment approach through three distinctive phases of residential treatment: Assessment/Engagement, Stabilization, and Community Reintegration. Through the NET continuum of care, services can be provided continuously and without interruption. Each residential phase is characterized by unique interventions and outcomes directly tailored to the consumer's stage of change. Upon completion of a comprehensive assessment phase, the consumer enters a treatment program that matches his unique presenting etiology along with treatment planning correlated to his stage of change. Outpatient Mental HealthPhiladelphiaWharton Residential Center (Northeast Treatment Centers, Inc.)Northeast Treatment Centers
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
Philadelphia Elwyn - Children’s Behavioral HealthServices provided include: Diverse residential behavioral health services for adults and children Specialized community integrated services for children and adults Extensive psychiatric clinical services for adults and children Wide array of wraparound services Case management services for adults and children Recovery therapy services with clubhouse and after school program opportunities PACT Foster care placementsPhiladelphiaElwyn - Philadelphia; Market StreetElwyn
Renfrew Center - Eating Disorder TreatmentA women's mental health center specializing in the treatment of eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder), trauma, anxiety, depression, and other women's issues. Philadelphia location offers residential and day programs.PhiladelphiaRenfrew CenterRenfrew Center
Residential TreatmentOur Residential Treatment program offers a safe environment away from triggers and everyday stressors. Clients in the program will have access to group and individual therapy sessions and have the opportunity to build valuable coping skills.Therapy sessions, daily activities and educational seminars will equip clients with the physical and emotional self-care habits they need to achieve sustainable recovery.WayneLake Ariel Recovery CenterSanctuary Health Group
Resources for Human Development - Human Service ProgramsOffers a variety of programs addressing the following issues and populations: - Intellectual disabilities - Behavioral health - Addiction recovery - Homelessness prevention and services - Women and children - Family health and counseling - Youth development - Returning citizens - Economic development - Employment and training - Veterans issues - Nonprofit incubator - Outsider artPhiladelphiaResources for Human Development - Philadelphia; East FallsResources for Human Development
The Graniteville House of Recovery-Women's Residential Treatment and Transitional LivingLicensed adult women’s inpatient non-hospital, drug and alcohol free, level 3.1 facility providing residential treatment for women recovering from substance use disorders. Services as a secondary rehabilitation/transitional living resource for women in recovery. Treatment modalities include: Gestalt Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Integral Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Contingency Management, Community Reinforcement, Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, 12 Step Facilitation, Trauma Services, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (MBCBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Supported Employment, and Pharmacological Therapies. Contracted with SCA, Community Counseling and Northeast Counseling as well as Community Care Behavioral Health to serve Northeast & Carbon/Monroe/Pike region.LuzerneThe Graniteville House of RecoveryThe Graniteville House of Recovery
Turtle Creek Valley Community Services - Homestead HouseOffers counseling. Provides intensive, family-focused, mental health treatment for children, adolescents and their families in the home, school or community setting. Groups Intensive Outpatient (IOP) for those 18 and older is the only outpatient service offered at this address. Services include:
Mental Health Partial Hospitalization
Community Residential Rehabilitation Services
Mental Health Outpatient Program
Diversion and Acute Stabilization Program
Mental Health Adult Partial Hospitalization Program
Crisis Intervention Program
AlleghenyTurtle Creek Valley Community ServicesTurtle Creek Valley Community Services
Woods Services - Residential Services & Day Student Only School ProgramsWoods Services provides supports and services to people with special needs and challenges. We offer Residential Homes/Programs, Special Education/Approved Private Schools, Vocational Opportunities and Health Care/Medical Supports. Year-round we serve children, adolescents and adults with Developmental Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Challenging Behaviors.Bucks*Main Site (Woods Services)Woods Services

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