|Beacon Light - Main Office - Short-Term Adolescent Recovery||Short-term, strengths’ based, therapeutic residential program. The intensive services, including weekly to twice weekly psychiatric care, 24 hour nursing care, intensive individual, group and family therapies and onsite educational services are designed to meet the needs of youth and community safety, while diverting the need for inpatient hospitalization care of youth who have a psychiatric mental health illness and are experiencing difficulties functioning within a community setting.||McKean||Beacon Light - Main Office||Beacon Light|
|Beacon Light - Main Office - Treatment for Sexually Aggressive Youth||Provides specialized treatment to youth who demonstrate sexually aggressive behaviors.||McKean||Beacon Light - Main Office||Beacon Light|
|Beacon Light - STRIDE West||Residential placement option for children
and adolescents diagnosed with co-occurring
Mental Health & Intellectual / Developmental Disabilities
diagnoses.||McKean||Beacon Light - STRIDE West||Beacon Light|
|Beacon Light - Towanda Residential Treatment Facility||Provides treatment for children and adolescents with mental health and behavioral needs requiring residential treatment.||Bradford||Beacon Light - Towanda Residential Treatment Facility||Beacon Light|
|Beacon Light - Towanda Residential Treatment Facility - STRIDE East||Residential placement option for children
and adolescents diagnosed with co-occurring
Mental Health & Intellectual / Developmental Disabilities
diagnoses.||Bradford||Beacon Light - Towanda Residential Treatment Facility||Beacon Light|
|Beacon Light - Youngsville Treatment Center||Provides treatment for children and adolescents with mental health and behavioral needs requiring residential treatment.||McKean||Beacon Light - Youngsville Treatment Center||Beacon Light|
|Bethany Children's Home - Shelter Care||Provides shelter care program to school-aged children and youth.
- Crisis intervention
- Short term housing
- Placement in alternative education
- 24 hour child care staff
- On-site director and social service staff
- On campus educational field trips
- Use of outside groups for education on various topics||Berks||Bethany Children's Home||Bethany Children's Home|
|Bethesda Lutheran Services - Meadville Campus - Intensive Treatment Unit Program (ITU)||Youth receive services through strength-based individual treatment planning, on-grounds education, therapeutic groups, behavior modification and cognitive behavioral therapy. All youth participate in individual and family therapy.||Crawford||Bethesda Lutheran Services - Meadville Campus||Bethesda Lutheran Services|
|Camphill Soltane - Residential Program||The Camphill Soltane community offers a supportive, relationship-rich environment for young adults with developmental disabilities, providing a foundation for their personal growth and sense of self, and for the development of their social and practical capacities.
In the Residential Program, students live in one of eight houses in the community, along with long-term, residential volunteers, called coworkers. One or more coworkers in each house are usually designated as householders, with the responsibility to manage the household, and care for the well-being of all house residents.
Camphill Soltane households depend upon the contributions of everyone to function fully and effectively. Most responsibilities for running the household are shared among all house members, with each performing tasks according to his or her capacities. Coworkers actively support students’ skill development and maintenance by coaching them in basic household tasks such as cooking, cleaning, room care, and laundry.
Students and coworkers help to create households that are peaceful, beautiful, clean, and well-ordered. The therapeutic effects of such an environment are of direct support to people’s well-being. Television sets are noticeably absent, with conversation, reading, and other involvements providing the primary forms of social engagement. Pantries are stocked with healthful foods, mostly unprocessed and much of it organic. Large dining rooms are a focal point in every household, where house members gather for shared meals.
Home life centers around relationships, shared agreements that uphold the well-being of each member of the household, and moments throughout each week for house members to gather together for quiet reflection. Weekly household meetings provide forums for discussion of topics that are of direct relevance to house members.
Students at Camphill Soltane also benefit from a strong network of peer support from older community residents with disabilities, who make up a smaller proportion of the residents with disabilities in the community. These older people have joined our Community House program in a long-term, residential capacity (enrollments in this program are extremely limited).
There are also a number of Day Students who participate in our program, but reside with their parents or other guardians in the local area.||Chester||CAMPHILL SOLTANE - Chester; Glenmoore||Camphill Soltane|
|Catholic Charities - Paradise Counseling Office||Small personalized licensed outpatient psychiatric clinic: individual therapy, couple therapy, martial therapy, family therapy. Services for child, adolescents and adults, especially those with very low incomes.
- Professional counseling in a wide spectrum of problem areas: depression, anxiety, stress, marital and family issues, child/parent issues, counseling for dealing with physical illness, history of trauma, as well as other mental disorders including bipolar, schizophrenia and personality disorders (Not licensed for drug and alcohol treatment)
- Psychiatry services for medication management
- Trauma informed Care
- Trauma Focused - CBT
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist||Adams||Catholic Charities - Paradise Counseling Office||Catholic Charities Diocese of Harrisburg|
|Child Guidance Resource Centers - Community Behavioral Health - Philadelphia; West Philadelphia||Child Guidance Resource Centers provides community-based therapeutic, supportive, and preventive behavioral healthcare services for children, adolescents, and families with mental health, developmental disability, and residential needs.
- Outpatient Therapy Services
- Medication Management||Philadelphia||Child Guidance Resource Centers - Philadelphia; West Philadelphia||Child Guidance Resource Centers|
|Children's Home of Reading - Day Academy||Serves children grades 5-12 who have special and alternative education needs that can be better met in an alternative setting. Assigned to bridge educational "gaps" while working toward completion of credits.||Berks||Children's Home of Reading Day Academy||Children's Home of Reading|
|Children's Home of Reading - Girls Residential Treatment Facility||Provides residential treatment for females between the ages of 12-18 years with significant emotional needs, mental health diagnosis and meeting medical necessity criteria.||Berks||Children's Home of Reading||Children's Home of Reading|
|Community Care Connections, Inc. Community Home Program||Provides residential placement for adolescents and adults who have intellectual disabilies. Staff assists residents with their personal care and with training in the areas of independent living and socialization.||Butler||Community Care Connections Infant Toddler Therapy Services Program||Community Care Connections|
|Community Residential Rehabilitation Services (CRRS), FCS||Community Residential Rehabilitation Services (CRRS)for children are specifically designed and operated to assist persons under the age of 18 with serious emotional disturbances to live as independently as possible in a family setting. While in the CRRS program, the young person will receive treatment for the serious emotional disturbance along with training and assistance in the skills for community living. CRRS are defined, regulated and operated to implement the principle of least restrictive service alternative. An individual shall be served by CRRS when it is medically necessary. A discharge plan is developed from the point of admission to be implemented when the individual no longer meets medical necessity for the CRRS. CRRS have an obligation to work cooperatively with other service agencies and with local coordinating and planning groups toward the development and operation of a comprehensive service system which can meet the needs of children with serious emotional disturbances in a continuous, timely and coordinated manner.||Franklin||Family Care Services, Inc.||Family Care Services|
|CONCERN - Treatment Unit for Boys - Coatesville Campus||Help teen boys change their mind sets and behaviors to help them grow into healthy, responsible adults.||Chester||CONCERN Treatment Unit for Boys - Coatesville Campus||CONCERN Corporate Office|
|CONCERN - Treatment Unit for Boys - Lehighton Campus||Help teen boys change their mind sets and behaviors to help them grow into healthy, responsible adults.||Carbon||CONCERN Treatment Unit for Boys - Lehighton Campus||CONCERN Corporate Office|
|Elwyn - Children's Residential Treatment Facility||The Treatment and Learning Center RTF at Elwyn’s Media Campus provides intensive behavioral assessment and treatment services for children and adolescents (ages 6-20) with an autism spectrum disorder, developmental disability, and/or a related genetic syndrome who have unresolved chronic behavioral issues.
The program uses a holistic approach in assessing and treating the “complete child” within the context of his or her family and community environment. Program services include a warm, family-like cottage setting, educated and clinically trained staff, active therapies, special education on campus, if appropriate and possible, community integration, active family or surrogate family participation, and supports to enhance viable discharge to the family, surrogate family, or less-restrictive community-based setting.
The Treatment and Learning Center intends to maximize growth and independence for all individuals and their families. Supports promote social development, psychiatric stability, recreation, community interaction, and other aspects of daily living.
Accurate diagnosis and treatment of medical and psychiatric disorders that may be contributing to the behavioral difficulties experienced by the child and family;
Behavioral analysis to determine the functions of a child’s behavior resulting in the development of teaching approaches which address skill and communication deficits that are contributing to the maintenance of the behavior;
Individualized treatment recognizing that each child is unique with different strengths and needs and requires different levels, types, and amounts of interventions and supports;
Family training, counseling, and service coordination to prepare the family to continue to support the child upon returning home.||Delaware||Elwyn - Delaware; Media||Elwyn|
|Erie Home for Children and Adults (EHCA) - Residential Program||Provides 24 hour supervision by trained staff, with nursing available around the clock. Individuals may work with a physical therapist, psychologist, dietitian and a speech therapist.||Erie||Erie Home for Children and Adults (EHCA) - Main Office||Erie Home for Children and Adults (EHCA)|
|Families United Network - Adolescent Female Residential Services - Ashler Manor||Provides community residential care, shelter care, diagnostic services and Life Readiness Programming for adolescent females.||Lycoming||Families United Network - North Central Program Office||Families United Network - North Central|
|Familylinks - Pathways to Independence Program||Provides residential services to children and youth, between the ages of 4 and 20 years of age, who are diagnosed with a mental illness and are in need of a specialized residential care as they transition home or into another community setting.||Allegheny||Housing and Independent Living||Familylinks|
|Foundations Behavioral Health - Residential Treatment Program||Provides treatment for adolescents 13 - 18 years old with significant complex psychiatric and behavioral disorders. Patients are specially placed into one of four cottages or a home based on age, gender, and special treatment needs.||Bucks||Foundations Behavioral Health - Bucks; Doylestown||Foundations Behavioral Health|
|George Junior Republic - Residential Treatment||Provides youth with the necessary social and coping skills needed for successful reentry into society. Each youth is assigned a master’s level therapist who conducts individual or group therapy sessions weekly.||Mercer||Residential Treatment||George Junior Republic|
|Girls' Center RTF, Children's Home of York||Children's Home of York's Girls' Center Program is a licensed, gender-specific, trauma-focused therapeutic milieu employing SanctuaryÂ® principles. A 16-bed residential treatment facility (RTF) the Girls' Center specializes in the treatment of adolescent females who have serious emotional issues to the extent that medical services are deemed necessary. While in our care, young women between the ages of 13 and 18 receive individual, group, and family therapy as appropriate. Girls' Center residents learn more effective coping skills through a variety of therapeutic exercise including expressive arts, yoga, horticultural projects, and participation in an Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) Program. Educational services are provided on site in cooperation with the Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12.
||York||Children's Home of York||Children's Home of York|
|Gwen's Girls Group Home||A residential program for delinquent and dependent girls, with a specialty in pregnant and parenting girls. Gwen's Girls provides 24 hour supervision by professionally trained staff in a structured, goal-oriented home setting. An individualized and creative treatment program and service plan is developed for each girl and her baby, if applicable, based on her assessment and needs.||Allegheny||Gwen's Girls||Gwen's Girls|
|House of Hope, York||House of Hope York PA is a non-profit organization that brings hope, healing and restoration to hurting teenagers and their families through the power of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God to those in South Central PA. By providing spiritual guidance, classroom education, counseling and mentoring, we equip teens to re-enter society as a God-assured, purpose-driven individuals able to cope with the challenges and pressures of everyday life. The tools they learn at House of Hope enable the girls to be powerful women that cope with life in a healthy way, free of addiction, toxic relationships, and other self-destructive habits. At House of Hope, we pride ourselves in being a unique program that combines both the teen and the parents in the healing process. Parents are actively involved in counseling programs, parenting classes, and receive spiritual guidance as well. Our on-site school, Hope Academy, is registered with the Pennsylvania Department of Education and provides our teens a formal education through a self-paced curriculum (ACE) designed specifically to meet their performance levels.
We serve teenagers and adults through our Residential Program as well as our Non-Residential Program. The residential program is for girls 13-17 only and involves the enrolled girl living on the premises Monday - Friday. Through our Non-Residential Program, applicants may utilize our other services, such as individual or family counseling and schooling through Hope Academy.
• Individual Counseling
• Family Counseling
• Parenting Classes
• Life Skills Education
• Individualized Academic Improvement
• Spiritual Education||York||House of Hope, York||House of Hope, York|
|Human Services Administration Organization - RTF Group||The RTF Group coordinates behavioral health treatment for Allegheny County's children and adolescents up to age 21. It is the single point of contact for referrals in Allegheny County. RTF Treatment is a short term, out of home placement in a Residential Treatment Facility that provides intensive behavioral health services in a 24-hour staff secure setting. The RTF Group offers individualized service coordination by processing RTF referrals, assisting the family in identifying a treatment program for their child and continuous monitoring while the child is in an RTF.||Allegheny||Child and Adolescent Program||Human Services Administration Organization|
|Independent Living at George Street, Children's Home of York||Children's Home of York's Independent Living at George Street Program is a community-based Independent Living (IL) Program for adolescent males aged 15 to 18. Serving dependent and delinquent males, our IL Program operates in a therapeutic milieu employing SanctuaryÂ® principles and equips residents with the skills necessary to function as a positive, productive citizens -â in the family, workplace, and community. Following an Ansell Casey Life Skills Assessment, each resident participates in individualized independent living curriculum focused on instruction, assistance, positive therapeutic mediation, modeling, and real-life experience. In addition, clients residing at George Street work on developing pro-social, anger management, and conflict resolution skills.
||York||Children's Home of York||Children's Home of York|
|Keystone Adolescent Center||Provides a continuum of quality residential placement services to males aged six to twenty one, who have a variety of emotional, behavioral, academic, and family problems. In addition to shelter, food, and supervision, residents are involved in individual, group, and family counseling as needed.||Mercer||Keystone Adolescent Center||Keystone Adolescent Center|
|Kids Count Inc - Residential Treatment Facility||A sixteen-bed Mental Health Residential Treatment Facility for males and females.||Butler||Kids Count Inc. - Butler||Kids Count Inc.|
|Kidspeace Hospital||Inpatient hospital and residential treatment facility for children and adolescents||Lehigh||KidsPeace Hospital||KidsPeace|
|KidsPeace - Orchard Hill Campus||The Orchard Hills Campus offers the following programs: diagnostic assessments, sexual Issues treatment, behavior disorder treatment, intensive and therapeutic residential treatment, KidsHope intensive treatment for young men with low IQs and shelter care short-term services to stabilize children and youth in crisis.||Lehigh||KidsPeace Orchard Hills Campus||KidsPeace|
|Lycoming Children and Youth Services - Foster Care / Adoption / Shelter Care Services||Works in cooperation with the community, families, and other organizations to guarantee health, safety, welfare, and social growth to children and youth. Case managers work in cooperation with schools, police, medical personnel, and other human service organizations to keep families together. Services provided include: child protective services, which is the mandatory investigation of all reports of suspected physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and serious physical neglect, general protective services which completes assessments on referrals of physical neglect, lack of necessities, parent/child conflicts, runaways, truancy, and families in need of support services, and ongoing casework services are provided to all families and children with an open case, specialized services including foster care and the recruitment and training of foster parents, adoption, parent support, independent living, shelter care and day and evening treatment programs.||Lycoming||Lycoming Children and Youth Services||Lycoming/Clinton Joinder Board|
|Martin Luther School - Residential Treatment||Silver Springs serves boys and girls, ages 6-14, with serious emotional or behavior-related issues. The program is located on a picturesque 35-acre campus in Plymouth Meeting providing individualized treatment, supervision, care, and nurturing for 72 children on a 24-hour-a-day basis.
- Trauma Recovery
- Outcome-Oriented Treatment
- Psychiatric Treatment
- Case Management
- Behavior Management
- Special Education
- Health Care
- Indoor and Outdoor Recreation
- Spiritual and Values Oriented Opportunities
Various therapies include individual, family, group, highly structured milieu, behavioral and medication management. Additional services are provided to the children's biological, adoptive or foster families.
Since Silver Springs is home to children while they are in residence, children are given all manner of opportunities for enrichment and education, including opportunities for worship, outings to performances, sports events, and parties; a variety of interactive and arts and craft opportunities on grounds; swimming instruction; and weekly visits to the Children's Store, where children redeem points earned for good behavior for kid-friendly items ranging from toy trucks and dolls to AM/FM players.||Montgomery||Silver Springs - Martin Luther School - Montgomery; Plymouth Meeting||Silver Springs - Martin Luther School|
|Melmark - Residential Options and Services||Residential Options that Build Confidence:
Our residential program offers an array of alternatives for living on campus and in the community. This program engages leading therapeutic methods to assist individuals to achieve their maximum potential, and feature a strong multidisciplinary clinical team approach that focuses on individual strengths, interests, needs, and choices. Using consumer choice and preference, treatment goals are linked to assessment and reflect planning for future care.
Social, Recreational and Athletic Services:
Well equipped for a variety of activities, Melmark offers indoor and outdoor pools, a covered riding arena, gymnasium, multi-service recreation center, and interactive playgrounds. Students visit surrounding communities regularly for shopping, exercise, and entertainment.||Chester||*Main Site (Melmark)||Melmark|
|Merakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - NHS Delaware Behavioral Health for Children and Adults||NHS offers a continuum of care in behavioral health (includes mental health and addictive diseases), integrating services in both community and site based settings. These services provide a wide range of recovery focused treatment, services, and supports for children and adults.
||Delaware||Merakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - Delaware County; Sharon Hill||Merakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions|
|New Life Youth and Family Services - Residential Programs||New Life Youth and Family Services, is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian organization that offers multi-services to delinquent and dependent youth, ages 11-18, and their families.
Our location helps assure families from Montgomery and surrounding counties that they will have an opportunity to participate in family counseling. This can be coupled with a Home Visitation program that monitors a client's progress.
Successful reentry into the Community may be assisted by a variety of other programs offered through: New Life Alternative School (continued educational and counseling services while living at home), Foster Care, Independent Living, and the Salford Academy of Innovative Learning in Harleysville and West Chester.
Traditional Behavioral Incentive or Life Skills Emphasis programming.
Both Long and Short Term Programming with Transitional Services to assist returning home or to Independent Living or Foster Care Program.
An educational program helping to rectify credit deficiencies by operating year round; fully accredited by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for regular, remedial, and special education.
Clinical staff who carefully plan and monitor the treatment of each client.
Individual, group, and family counseling.
Balanced and Restorative Justice initiative.
Occupational skills training in Automotive Technology, Graphic Arts, Computer Science, and Woodworking.
Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) and intramural sports; interscholastic sports include soccer, basketball and baseball.
Employment opportunities for making restitution and/or preparing for Independent Living.
Drug & Alcohol Services.
Assessment, off-grounds Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), and Alateen Meetings, Utilization of Out-Patient Services, and Individual Counseling.
Anger Management Therapy Group, Advanced Group (upon recommendation of Treatment Team at an additional fee).
Sex Offenders Therapy Group (upon recommendation of Treatment Team at an additional fee).
Victims of a Sexual Offence Therapy Group (upon recommendation).||Montgomery||New Life Youth and Family Services - Montgomery; Schwenksville||New Life Youth and Family Services|
|PAHrtners Deaf Services - East||Offers a wide-range of behavioral, developmental and therapeutic support programs to Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals in an environment free of cultural or language barriers. The individuals they serve have psychological and/or behavioral health needs; some have intellectual disabilities. Most of their staff members are Deaf/Hard of Hearing (HoH). Therefore, nearly all PAHrtners employees are fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and versed in Deaf culture.
- Blended Case Management
- Outpatient psychiatric services
- Partial Hospitalization Program
- Residential Treatment Facility (ages 12-21 years)
- Adult Residential Program||Montgomery||PAHrtner Deaf Services - East||Salisbury Behavioral Health|
|PATH (People Acting To Help) - Adolescent Residential Treatment Program||The Residential Treatment Program helps you to overcome challenges, make positive changes in your life and learn new skills so you can move towards independent living.||Philadelphia||PATH Residential Treatment Facility||PATH (People Acting To Help)|
|Penndel Mental Health Center - Family Based Mental Health Services||A 32 week service designed to support the development of children age 3-21 and to support the integrity of the family. It includes family therapy, case management, crisis stabilization and needs-based individual therapy.||Bucks||Penndel Mental Health Center - Bucks; Langhorne||Penndel Mental Health Center|
|Perseus House - Andromeda House Female ITU||At Andromeda House ITU our goal is to effectively intervene in the lives of seriously troubled adolescent females, ages 12 to 18 years, to assist them in avoiding future contact with the juvenile justice and child welfare systems and to help them toward successful adulthood.
||Erie||Perseus House||Perseus House|
|Perseus House - Andromeda House Female RTF||Work with delinquent and child-welfare dependent girls (ages 12-18) with mental health needs.||Erie||Perseus House||Perseus House|
|Perseus House - Boys Intensive Treatment Program||Intervention in the lives of seriously troubled, sexually acting out adolescent males to assist them in avoiding future contact with the juvenile justice and child welfare systems and encourage them toward successful adulthood.||Erie||Perseus House||Perseus House|
|Perseus House - Brighter Horizons||Our aim is to effectively intervene in the lives of seriously troubled adolescent females with mental health challenges to assist them in avoiding future contact with the juvenile justice and child welfare systems and to help them toward successful adulthood.
||Erie||Perseus House||Perseus House|
|Perseus House - Enhanced Residential Treatment Facility||An integrated program with a focus on treatment for seriously emotionally disturbed adolescent males.
||Erie||Perseus House||Perseus House|
|Philhaven - Plain Communities Outpatient Clinic Mount Gretna||Provides mental health care services sensitive to the values of the Plain Community. Offer a mental health residence at Green pasture for those who need the structure of a residence as well as outpatient services. Provides talk therapy, education and medication therapy. Completes psychological testing.||Lebanon||Philhaven - Mount Gretna||WellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services|
|Philhaven - Short-Term Residential Mount Gretna||Provides a short-term residential program for adolescents ages 12-17 years. Provides 24-hour supervision in a structured, treatment-intensive, non-inpatient environment to enable youth to develop a level of functioning that will allow a safe and successful transition to a less-restrictive, community based setting. The length of stay usually ranges from 4 to 6 months.||Lebanon||Philhaven - Mount Gretna||WellSpan Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare Services|
|Presbyterian Children's Village - Residential Treatment Program||The Residential Treatment Program serves girls 12 to 18 years old with serious mental health and behavioral health treatment needs, often stemming from trauma. Core components of this JCAHO accredited, Sanctuary certified Residential Treatment Facility at our Rosemont Campus include:
•Clinical Treatment Services with master's level therapists who provide weekly individual, family and group therapy as well as comprehensive case management
•Emphasis on evidence-based therapies and measurable outcomes
•A Pennsylvania Department of Education licensed, private academic special education school for students with emotional, social, and special learning needs
•A Cottage Life Program with 24-hour supervision of residents including a Therapeutic Activities Program (TAP) with structured activities for after-school hours and weekends both on-campus and in the local community
•Use of the Sanctuary model for trauma-informed treatment that helps staff and residents to become more aware of the impact of traumatic experiences and teaches ways to heal
•Psychiatry Services (diagnostic evaluations and medication management)
•Pastoral Care Services providing voluntary religious counseling, values groups, and worship services sensitive to, and supportive of, all religious affiliations
||Montgomery||Presbyterian Children's Village - Montgomery; Bryn Mawr||Presbyterian Children's Village|
|Residential Care||Our residential facility provides 24/7 supervision for children who are in need of structure and guidance and are unable to adjust to a family living environment or who are stepping down from a more restrictive placement prior to their return to a family setting.||Franklin||Children's Aid Society of Franklin County||Children's Aid Society of Franklin County|
|Residential Placements - Children & Youth Services - Susquehanna County||Includes:
Juvenile Detention – Short-term placement of delinquents in a secure detention facility.
Residential – Purchased placement for children/youth who need twenty-four hour supervision and care.
Secure Residential – Purchased placement service for delinquents who need secure residential setting.||Susquehanna||Children & Youth Services - Susquehanna County||Susquehanna County Government|
|Residential Treatment Facility||Residential treatment facility for adolescents.||Cambria||Pyramid Healthcare Blandburg Group Home/Skyline/Winterhaven||Pyramid Healthcare, Inc.|
|Saint Mary's Villa for Children and Families - Residential Treatment Facility||St. Mary’s Villa for Children and Families offers residential treatment to boys and girls who manifest mental health problems, such as emotional disorders and behavioral problems or lack social interaction skills that cannot be addressed in a less restrictive setting. The children are unable to remain in their own homes or other community placements without a more intensive level of intervention or supervision.
The residential program provides structured levels of short and long-term treatment to children ages 6 to 18. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, St. Mary’s develops a permanency plan for each child or sibling group. The plan, developed at the time of admission, cites a goal of reunification, foster care, adoption or independent living.
Children are placed in our program through the child welfare system or mental health system.
To learn more, please call
Director of Residential Services: 215.643.7676||Montgomery||Saint Mary's Villa for Children and Families - Montgomery; Ambler||Saint Mary's Villa for Children and Families|
|Sarah Reed Children's Center - Residential Treatment Program||Residential Treatment Program is structured for children whose needs and safety concerns require a 24 hour treatment environment. The Residential Treatment Program provides comprehensive services.||Erie||Sarah Reed Children's Center - 1 Main Campus||Sarah Reed Children's Center|
|Second Haven - Inpatient/Residential Care||Residential programs provide 24 hour care and supervision for qualified youth along with assessment and clinical services through strength based, client centered and solution focused therapeutic interventions. Provides individual, group and some family therapy. The therapeutic services include cognitive behavioral, anger management, behavior modification, substance abuse counseling as well as alternative approaches involving self help, expressive therapy and relaxation techniques. Additional services provided are case management, medication management, social skills training, recreation, establishing structure and routines, life skills training with a focus on independence, community involvement, and religious values and education.||Monroe||Second Haven - Inpatient/Residential Care||Second Haven|
|Tioga County Department of Human Services - Residential Treatment/Shelter Care||Provides specialized therapeutic treatment for adolescents between the ages of 12-18 years of age. Provides full-time, around the clock care and supervision. Facility provides a safe and nurturing home environment for adolescent males and females with unique needs from diverse backgrounds. In addition, provides enriching therapeutic activities, daily groups, and community service opportunities to residents during their stay, whether a few weeks or a number of months.||Tioga||Tioga County Department of Human Services - Community Outreach Residential (CORe)||Tioga County Department of Human Services|
|Treatment Unit for Boys||Treatment Unit for Boys (CTUB) is a staff-secured, residential facilities for adolescent males. The goal of this program is to change the mindsets and behavior patterns of the youth so they will be able to function appropriately in society and will return to the community as healthy, productive citizens. The program provides daily opportunities for emotional, social, educational, and physical growth.||Montgomery||Treatment Unit for Boys - Coatesville Campus||CONCERN|
|Treatment Unit for Boys||Treatment Unit for Boys (CTUB) is a staff-secured, residential facilities for adolescent males. The goal of this program is to change the mindsets and behavior patterns of the youth so they will be able to function appropriately in society and will return to the community as healthy, productive citizens. The program provides daily opportunities for emotional, social, educational, and physical growth.||Montgomery||Treatment Unit for Boys - Lehighton Campus||CONCERN|
|VisionQuest - At Risk Youth||VisionQuest has been providing care for at-risk young people and their families in Pennsylvania since 1980. For more than a quarter century, VisionQuest has worked closely with youth serving agencies across the state to develop a broad spectrum of programs to meet a variety of needs. Our offerings include:
- A full range of behavioral health treatment services, including long and short term residential care and homebased family services
- Gender-specific programming specifically designed for young women
- Family-like community based group homes
- Residential care for young mothers and babies
- Vocational development programs for boys and girls
- Shelter care and diagnostic services
- At-home and in-community support for youth and families
- Young people are referred to VisionQuest's Pennsylvania programs by Juvenile Probation Departments, Child Welfare Agencies, MH/MR Agencies, managed care organizations, and parents.
All VisionQuest residential programs within Pennsylvania are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO). VisionQuest schools in Pennsylvania are regulated by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
||Chester||*Main Site (VisionQuest)||VisionQuest|
|VisionQuest - Residential Treatment Facilities||Provides innovative treatment programs for at-risk youth from out-of-home residential care to community based alternatives. Services in Pennsylvania and other states include:
- Residential treatment with flexible lengths of stay and gender-specific programming
- Community-based probation and aftercare alternatives
- Behavioral health care: outpatient counseling, mobile therapy,wraparound services and therapeutic support services
- Assessment centers and shelters to provide a detention alternative for at-risk youth
||Chester||VisionQuest National, Ltd.||VisionQuest National, Ltd.|
|Woods Services - Residential Programs||Whether living in a home on our campus or in the community, life at Woods is safe, attractive, stimulating, comfortable and consistent with the rhythms of everyday life.
People at Woods have a remarkable way of demonstrating their care and concern for each and every person served. The supportive relationships between our staff and the people who live at Woods form the cornerstone of our organization. Our staff is dedicated to developing programs that open eyes, stimulate minds and unlock human potential. Balancing these efforts are total concern for the welfare and benefit of each resident as well as a commitment to the peace of mind of each family member or guardian.
Partners in Caring: Each family serves a vital role in the development of the person in our care and is encouraged to participate as active members of the program team.
Living Life to its Fullest: Because recreational and social activities are an integral part of our clients ’ lives, we offer a variety of stimulating and enjoyable activities, both on our campus and in the community.
Learn more about Woods' Residential Programs:
Mollie Woods: Named in honor of our founder, a special education teacher, this residential program serves children, adolescents and adults with intellectual disability and other developmental disabilities.
Woodlands Center for Challenging Behaviors: Woodlands serves children and adolescents who have varying degrees of intellectual disability accompanied by significant behavioral problems.
Crestwood Residential Treatment Facility: Crestwood serves children and adolescents with borderline to above-average intelligence with significant emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Beechwood Rehabilitation Services: A community integrated program for individuals with brain injury, Beechwood provides a continuum of care for medically stable adults who are in need of comprehensive, post-acute rehabilitation services.
Brian’s House, Inc.: Brian’s House is a community-based program that provides residential and vocational services for adults with intellectual disability and other developmental disabilities, primarily in Chester and Delaware Counties, Pennsylvania.
Camp Joy: Operated by Brian’s House, Inc., Camp Joy provides day and overnight camping programs for children and adults with intellectual disability and other developmental disabilities who reside in the greater Philadelphia area.||Bucks||*Main Site (Woods Services)||Woods Services|