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    Programs that provide clinical therapeutic services, medication, daily living skills assistance and other mental health services for people who are unable to leave their homes because of the severity of their mental or emotional disturbance or the disabling effects of complicating medical conditions; for families with children experiencing a crisis that is so severe that the child is at imminent risk for hospitalization or placement in a residential treatment facility; or for people for whom home-based services are the most appropriate option.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Beacon Light - Main Office - Mobile Medication ManagementRecovery focused service that allows individuals to be educated about their medications and trained to develop skills to manage their medication effectively in order to control symptoms and increase community tenure. Members of the team will act as a liaison between the prescriber and the consumer to help establish better communication and to help integrate the consumer back to an outpatient setting where they will advocate more effectively for themselves with their prescribing clinician.McKeanBeacon Light - Main OfficeBeacon Light
    Bedford-Somerset DBHS - Cornerstone Mobile CounselingClinical therapeutic services, medication, daily living skills assistance and other mental health services for people who are unable to leave their homes because of their mental or emotional disturbance.BedfordAdministrative Case Management - BedfordBedford-Somerset DBHS
    Bedford-Somerset DBHS - Mobile CounselingCounseling in the home for adults unable to leave their home due to physical problemsSomersetAdministrative Case Management - SomersetBedford-Somerset DBHS
    Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services and Autism Services - Wilkes-Barre - Children's Service CenterBehavioral health services provided in the home, school, or community. The program is based on individual needs determined by psychological assessment. Includes Mobile Therapy, Therapeutic Staff Support and Behavioral Specialists.LuzerneChildren's Service Center -Wilkes BarreChildren's Service Center
    Bethanna - Philadelphia - Clinical Transition and Stabilization Services (CTSS)Services include: In-home individual and family therapy One-on-one support and modeling in home, school and community Case management services Psycho-education Crisis intervention Evaluation and medication management through our Mental Health Clinic Coordination of needed supports and services prior to dischargePhiladelphiaBethanna - PhiladelphiaBethanna
    Bethesda Lutheran Services - Bethesda Trinity Center - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation ServicesBehavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) are for children and youth who need individual therapeutic assistance. A skilled staff person works with the children or youth and their families for a specified number of hours per week in his/her home, school, and/or community. A team of specialists works together to provide individualizes treatment interventions and strategies.ErieBethesda Lutheran Services - Bethesda Trinity CenterBethesda Lutheran Services
    Bethesda Lutheran Services - Meadville Campus - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation ServicesStaff person works with the children or youth and their families for a specified number of hours per week in his/her home, school, and /or community. A team of specialists works together to provide individualized treatment interventions and strategies.CrawfordBethesda Lutheran Services - Meadville CampusBethesda Lutheran Services
    BHRS Wraparound servicesBehavioral Health and Rehabilitation Services (BHRS): provides intensive support services to children and their families in the home, school, and community settings. The goal of the BHRS is to: stabilize behavior; increase coping and management skills by the youth, their family, and collaterals; and decrease the need for more intensive levels of care. This can include Mobile Therapy, Behavior Specialist Consultation, and Therapeutic Staff Support. Services are provided in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Perry, and York Counties). For more information about BHRS, please contact: •In York and Adams Counties, call Christine Abrams at 717-632-4900 ext. 1202 •In the Greater Harrisburg Area*, call Cori Reed at 717-657-2080 ext. 1930 DauphinTrueNorth Wellness Services, Harrisburg OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services
    CACTIS Mobile Crisis Service - IntakeChild and Adolescent Crisis Team Intervention Services (CACTIS) program provides rapid round-the-clock, mental health assessment, crisis stabilization, and intervention services for enrolled children and adolescents and their families living in Allegheny County. Trained mobile crisis counselors will travel to where you are –anywhere in Allegheny County.AlleghenyresolveUPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital
    Central Behavioral Health - Family Based ServicesFamily Based Mental Health Services are designed to provide community based therapy and support services to children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems. Family Based Services provides therapy in a family’s home by a two-person team under the supervision of a Program Director and a Child Psychologist. In addition to providing therapy, the program offers case management services and a 24 hour/7 day crisis service.MontgomeryFamily Based/Wraparound ServicesCentral Behavioral Health
    Children's Service - Behavioral Health Care ServicesServices include: - Psychiatric/Psychological Assessment - Comprehensive Treatment Planning - Marital/Family/Couples Therapy - Counseling for Parents (natural, foster) - Individual Therapies (Insight Oriented/Cognitive Behavioral) - Stress Management - Domestic Violence Offenders Treatment Program - Anger Management - Wraparound Programming (BHRS Extended Mental Health Services for Children below age 21) - Counseling for work-related disorders - Counseling for emotional disorders associated with active medical conditions - Psychiatric assessment of consumers' capability to manage funds - Psychiatric assessment for PA Bureau of Disability DeterminationsPhiladelphiaChildren's Service Incorporated - Philadelphia; Center CityChildren's Service
    Community and School Based Behavioral Health Team - Northeast Counseling Services HazletonIn cooperation with the Hazleton Area School District, this program is designed to serve elementary and middle school students in the school, home and community. A Team of Mental Health Professionals work collaboratively with educational staff to ensure clinical, casemanagement, and educational needs are met. Services provided include the following: Education & Intake, Individual & Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Educational Support, Consultation with School Personnel and Crisis Intervention. Currently, Northeast Counseling Services provides this service at: Drums Elementay/Middle School Heights Terrace Elementary/Middle School West Hazleton Elementary/Middle School Freeland Elementary/Middle School Valley Elementary/Middle School Hazleton High School/Maple Manor/Career Center Hazle Twp. Early Learning Center Halzeton Elementary School LuzerneNortheast Counseling HazletonNortheast Counseling Services
    Community Counseling Center of Mercer County - Family BasedThis program is designed to provide mental health services to children and adolescents birth through 20 years of age. Its purpose is to prevent psychiatric hospitalization or out of home placement for the child who is at risk and in need of an intensive level of service. The primary goal of Family Based services is to enable parents to care for their children at home. The program seeks to strengthen the family unit, improve coping skills, teach family members to care for the child and serve as an advocate. Family Based is a voluntary service to the family and requires the agreement of the parent or guardian. Services are delivered in the home by a team of trained mental health professionals who work in partnership with the parents of the child.MercerCommunity Counseling Center of Mercer County - Mental HealthCommunity Counseling Center of Mercer County
    Community Interactions - Home Based WaiverProvides support for individuals who live at home. The agency matches appropriate staff with each person, working closely with the individual and their circle of support to develop and monitor delivered services. Home based supports can range from assisting individuals with household chores, cooking, teaching daily living and social skills, or helping them to get involved and connected with their community. Staff may also take individuals to doctor appointments, grocery shopping or to social events in the community.DelawareCommunity Interactions, Inc. - Delaware; SwarthmoreCommunity Interactions
    Connellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLCProvides outpatient and in-home mental health services to children, adults and families.FayetteConnellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLCConnellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLC
    Crisis Services - Wilkes Barre - Children's Service CenterCrisis intervention services are provided in situations where an individual’s mental or emotional condition could result in behavior that constitutes an imminent danger to oneself or another. Crisis intervention services are immediate, crisis-oriented services designed to diffuse or resolve precipitating stress. These services are provided to adolescents, children, and their families who exhibit an acute problem of disturbed thought, behavior, mood, or social relationships. Mental Health Crisis Intervention includes intervention, assessment, counseling, screening and disposition services, which are commonly considered appropriate to the provision of mental health crisis intervention. Crisis services offered by CSC include; telephone crisis, walk-in crisis, and mobile crisis.LuzerneChildren's Service Center -Wilkes BarreChildren's Service Center
    Family-Based ProgramFamily-Based Program serves families in Chester County who are at risk of having a child placed outside the home due to social, emotional and behavioral difficulties and families working to reunite with a child following a residential placement. The program provides short-term, intensive treatment services to families in their homes. Through family and individual therapy, parent education and outreach services with schools and social agencies, the treatment team and family work to maintain the child in the family unit and community environment.ChesterHUMAN SERVICES, INC. WEST GOSHENHuman Services - Chester
    Family Behavioral Resources Specialized Autism ServicesFamily Behavioral Resources is proud to be a leading Specialized Autism Service Provider. FBR offers a comprehensive level of service and support to families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. In addition to the BSC, MT, and TSS roles, FBR has developed a specialized Autism Team to meet the individual needs of the consumers we serve.ButlerFamily Behavioral Resources Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services-ButlerFamily Behavioral Resources
    Family Resources - Family-Based Mental Health ServiceProvides intensive individualized mental health services in the home for children and adolescents up to age 21 who are at risk for out-of-home placement. Requires Client to be on Medical Assistance. AlleghenyFamily ResourcesFamily Resources
    Fellowship Health Resources - Continuous/ Mobile Treatment TeamsContinuous Treatment provides assertive outreach to persons suffering from mental illness who are experiencing a level of distress that requires ongoing supervision but poses no significant danger that warrants inpatient hospitalization. The multi-disciplinary team designs and implements a treatment plan that provides comprehensive treatment in the client’s home.Chester*Main Site (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.)Fellowship Health Resources
    Foundations Behavioral Health - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Service (BHRS)Provides in-home and community-based behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and their families.BucksFoundations Behavioral Health - Bucks; DoylestownFoundations Behavioral Health
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Mobile Therapy (MT)Mobile Therapy involves face-to-face, child-centered individual and family psychotherapy, utilizing a strength-based approach, provided in a setting other than a therapist or provider's office. Every child has an individual treatment plan developed by the Interagency Service Planning Team (ISPT). When other behavioral services are being provided simultaneously, the Mobile Therapist provides primary clinical direction, coordination and management of information and progress towards the treatment plan goals. The Mobile Therapist may also provide specialized therapies.ChesterHolcomb Cornerstone ClubhouseHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Mobile Therapy (MT) - ExtonMobile Therapy involves face-to-face, child-centered individual and family psychotherapy, utilizing a strength-based approach, provided in a setting other than a therapist or provider's office. Every child has an individual treatment plan developed by the Interagency Service Planning Team (ISPT). When other behavioral services are being provided simultaneously, the Mobile Therapist provides primary clinical direction, coordination and management of information and progress towards the treatment plan goals. The Mobile Therapist may also provide specialized therapies.ChesterHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems - ExtonHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Mobile Therapy (MT) - Mental Health ServicesMobile Therapy involves face-to-face, child-centered individual and family psychotherapy, utilizing a strength-based approach, provided in a setting other than a therapist or provider's office. Every child has an individual treatment plan developed by the Interagency Service Planning Team (ISPT). When other behavioral services are being provided simultaneously, the Mobile Therapist provides primary clinical direction, coordination and management of information and progress towards the treatment plan goals. The Mobile Therapist may also provide specialized therapies.ChesterHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems Southern Chester County SiteHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    Holy Family Institute In-Home Family Counseling - Allegheny CountyAn intensive, in-home crisis intervention and family treatment program which provides counseling and support services to "at risk" families. When families experience multiple and serious occurrences of neglect and abuse and are unable to go to agencies outside of the home in order to obtain the assistance they need, HFI professionals work with the family in their home, connecting them with the resources that will address their specific needs.AlleghenyHoly Family Institute In-Home Family CounselingHoly Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute In-Home Family Counseling - Armstrong CountyAn intensive, in-home crisis intervention and family treatment program which provides counseling and support services to "at risk" families. When families experience multiple and serious occurrences of neglect and abuse and are unable to go to agencies outside of the home in order to obtain the assistance they need, HFI professionals work with the family in their home, connecting them with the resources that will address their specific needs.ArmstrongHoly Family Institute In-Home Family CounselingHoly Family Institute
    Holy Redeemer Health System - Support at Home ServicesHelps maintain independence and dignity for the elderly and disabled. Services include daily or occasional care, meal planning, medication management, light housekeeping, running errands and local transportation.MontgomeryHoly Redeemer (Support at Home)Holy Redeemer Health System
    Home Based Intensive Family Therapy - Tunkhannock - Children's Service CenterThe Home Based Intensive Family Treatment Program provides intensive therapeutic interventions to help youths with serious emotional health challenges stay with their families and to minimize the need for placement in more restrictive environments such as inpatient or residential settings. The program promotes stabilization of mental health symptoms, provides families the support needed to re- stabilize their home environment, promotes use of natural and community based services to address both family and individual needs for at risk of placement youth with serious mental health challenges.WyomingChildren's Service Center -TunkhannockChildren's Service Center
    Home Based Intensive Family Therapy - Wilkes Barre - Children's Service CenterThe Home Based Intensive Family Treatment Program provides intensive therapeutic interventions to help youths with serious emotional health challenges stay with their families and to minimize the need for placement in more restrictive environments such as inpatient or residential settings. The program promotes stabilization of mental health symptoms, provides families the support needed to re- stabilize their home environment, promotes use of natural and community based services to address both family and individual needs for at risk of placement youth with serious mental health challenges.LuzerneChildren's Service Center -Wilkes BarreChildren's Service Center
    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 - Community Residential RehabilitationCommunity Residential Rehabilitation provides a community-based alternative to institutional or hospitalized care. The Program enables serious and persistently mentally ill adults to reside in a supervised supportive community residential setting, while receiving the training and assistance needed to acquire the daily living skills necessary for independent community living.ChesterHUMAN SERVICES, INC. DOWNINGTOWNHuman Services - Chester
    Kardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Home-Based Music TherapyIndividuals in need of counseling may be ideal candidates for music therapy because of a long-term love of music, or when its been determined that verbal interventions would not be as effective. For this population, Music Therapy can address a variety of goals including: -Reduce isolation and loneliness -Increase cognitive stimulation -Improve mood -Lessen anxietyPhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy
    Lourdesmont After Hours Crisis InterventionLackawannaLourdesmont Family Home Based ProgramLourdesmont Behavioral Health Services
    Marc Children's ServicesEarly Intervention (preschool) programs are provided for children who are considered as "at risk" having shown a delay in a mental or physical developmental area. Preschool programs are designed to work with each child at the earliest age possible to improve and/or maintain skill/capability areas where a developmental delay is identified. The Early Intervention services for children considered "at risk" are divided into two program areas that are overseen by the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL). The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare maintains responsibility for the funding and supervision of programs for children from birth to age 3 years old. These programs concentrate on enhancing the physical and mental development of these children. The Pennsylvania Department of Education has responsibility for all "at risk" children from the age of 3 years until school age. Services are provided in the areas of physical, sensory, cognitive language, speech, social-emotional and self-help. BerksReading OfficeArc of Montgomery, Berks and Bucks Counties
    Mobile Medication ProgramButlerSPHS CARE CenterSouthwestern Pennsylvania Human Services
    Mobile Therapy (MT)Mobile therapy brings the therapist to the child and family. Mobile therapists meet for one-on-one counseling in the child's home or school, and sometimes rely on community support systems to establish or attain behavioral goals. Using a treatment plan that focuses on positive coping strategies, the mobile therapist bases treatment on the strengths, needs and desires of the child and family.Community Counseling Services (CCS)Commonwealth Health
    Nulton Diagnostic and Treatment Center Home Based Mental Health ServicesProvide clinical therapeutic services, medication, daily living skills assistance and other mental health services for people who are unable to leave their homes because of the severity of their mental or emotional disturbance.CambriaNulton Diagnostic and Treatment CenterNulton Diagnostic and Treatment Center
    Penn Foundation - Recovery CenterRecovery Center provides drug and alcohol addiction services with special services for medical and psychiatric problems associated with addiction.BucksPenn Foundation - Bucks; SellersvillePenn Foundation
    TrueNorth Wellness Services, BHRS Wraparound servicesBehavioral Health and Rehabilitation Services (BHRS): provides intensive support services to children and their families in the home, school, and community settings. The goal of the BHRS is to: stabilize behavior; increase coping and management skills by the youth, their family, and collaterals; and decrease the need for more intensive levels of care. This can include Mobile Therapy, Behavior Specialist Consultation, and Therapeutic Staff Support. Services are provided in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Perry, and York Counties). For more information about BHRS, please contact: •In York and Adams Counties, call Christine Abrams at 717-632-4900 ext. 1202 •In the Greater Harrisburg Area*, call Cori Reed at 717-657-2080 ext. 1930 YorkTrueNorth Wellness Services, Hanover Office - West Elm Ave. OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services
    VisionQuest - At Risk YouthVisionQuest 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

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