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    Programs that specialize in the treatment of individuals who have identified mental or emotional disorders with the objective of helping them to eliminate or reduce the severity of their symptoms, to mediate disturbed patterns of behavior, to promote positive personality growth and development and to maximize the individual's ability to function as independently as possible. Treatment may utilize therapeutic techniques derived from one or more theoretical counseling approaches.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Albert Einstein Medical Center - CARAT Program (Outpatient Child Psychiatry Program)Provides behavioral, individual, and family support, including medication management for children 18 months old and up.PhiladelphiaAlbert Einstein Medical Center - Philadelphia; OlneyAlbert Einstein Medical Center
    Belmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment - Devereux at BelmontDevereux at Belmont provides a highly structured program for adolescents with psychiatric disorders and dual diagnoses. Treatment interventions are either short-term stabilization oriented or long-term treatment and maintenance oriented. The program offers opportunities for family therapy and family involvement in group activities as well. Transportation is available.PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health @ Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment
    Belmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment - General Psychiatric Counseling ServicesGeneral Psychiatric Counseling Services provides individual, group, family and couples psychiatric therapy.PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health @ Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment
    CareLink Community Support Services - Day ServicesDay Services program provides intensive mental health treatment to individuals through group and individual psychotherapy, psycho-educational groups, psychiatric consultation and medication management. Day Services offers supports for individuals who have been diagnosed with serious mental illnesses, developmental disabilities and have a history of problem sexual behavior to help live a safe and satisfying life. Topics addressed include: - Anger management - Sexuality - Self-esteem - Relapse prevention - Drug and alcohol issuesDelawareCareLink Community Support Services - DelawareCareLink Community Support Services
    CATCH CMH/MRC - Children's Intensive Case ManagementProvides a child-focused system that is flexible and committed to advocacy, education and empowerment for all children, especially those with special needs. Services include preventive and crisis intervention, identification, linking and monitoring of mental health services.Philadelphia11413 Moyamensing Ave Philadelphia, PA (Children's Intensive Case Management)CATCH, Inc.
    CATCH CMH/MRC - Children's Outpatient ServicesProvides a comprehensive psychiatric and counseling services to individuals who reside in the South and Southwest regions of Philadelphia. All children, adolescents and their families, if applicable, receive a comprehensive initial evaluation to best develop a personalized treatment plan.Philadelphia1417 Oregon Ave Philadelphia, PA (Children's Partial & Outpatient Services)CATCH, Inc.
    Cedar Point Family Services - Mental HealthPsychiatric and mental health outpatient clinic for adults.NorthamptonCedar Point Family ServicesNew Directions Treatment Services
    Elwyn - Child/Adolescent Intensive After-school ProgramChild/Adolescent Intensive After-school Program provide children learn problem-solving, socialization, and communication skills while participating in art and recreational therapy. Individualized treatment plans are developed to address every child’s needs, and families are encouraged to participate in activities that offer new opportunities to interact with their child.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    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
    Hahnemann University Hospital - Child/Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatric ServicesOffers a range of comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services to children and adolescents, and their families. Specializes in opposition and disruptive behaviors, affective and anxiety disorders, developmental and cognitive delays, emotional trauma, and parenting difficult children. Also offers psychological testing.PhiladelphiaHahnemann University Hospital - Philadelphia; North Broad StreetHahnemann University Hospital
    Hahnemann University Hospital - General Psychiatric Counseling ServicesProvides individual, family and group therapy for psychiatric disorders.PhiladelphiaHahnemann University Hospital - Philadelphia; North Broad StreetHahnemann University Hospital
    Heritage Valley Health System - Staunton ClinicPsychiatric outpatient, inpatient and emergency services. Psychological testing and counseling also provided. Operate a support group for families with people with mental health issues.AlleghenyHeritage Valley Health System - Staunton ClinicHeritage Valley Health System
    Heritage Valley Health System - Staunton Clinic - BeaverPsychiatric outpatient, inpatient and emergency services. Psychological testing and counseling also provided.BeaverHeritage Valley Health System - Staunton ClinicHeritage Valley Health System
    Heritage Valley Health System - Staunton Clinic - Bellevue UnitPsychiatric outpatient, inpatient and emergency services. Psychological testing and counseling also provided. AlleghenyHeritage Valley Health System - Staunton ClinicHeritage Valley Health System
    Heritage Valley Health System - Staunton Clinic - Marshall TownshipPsychiatric outpatient, inpatient and emergency services. Psychological testing and counseling also provided.AlleghenyHeritage Valley Health System - Staunton ClinicHeritage Valley Health System
    Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems - Mental Health Outpatient Treatment - ExtonMental Health Outpatient Treatment includes a comprehensive assessment, either psychiatric evaluation, psychological evaluation or diagnostic evaluation, which is strength-based and recovery focused and is the basis for treatment objectives. Ongoing psychotherapy is also offered and may include a combination of individual therapy, group therapy and family therapy, based on the person’s needs, clinical disorder and ability to respond to the particular interventions. Psychopharmacology is a common adjunctive treatment to outpatient psychotherapy. Treatment available in Spanish.ChesterHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems - ExtonHolcomb Behavioral Health Systems
    John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center - Mental IllnessMental Illness provides services specifically designed for the seriously mentally ill. Many of these individuals have spent a significant amount of time in state institutions, struggle with drug and alcohol dependency, have multiple physical problems and have previously displayed violent behaviors. They have little or no social support, but seek new opportunities and better quality of life. Often, new residences act as the foundation from which a fresh, stable start can be built.PhiladelphiaJohn F. Kennedy Community MH/MR Center - Philadelphia; Center CityJohn F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center
    Lehigh Valley Assertive Community TreatmentMultidisciplinary community treatment teams provide intensive, individual support to individuals diagnosed with a serious mental illness in both Lehigh and Northampton counties. Specific services include psychiatric assessment, medication education and monitoring, treatment for co-occurring disorders, behavioral therapy, psychosocial services and education. A separate, intensive/blended case management unit provides continuity of care for those individuals with serious mental illness residing in Lehigh and Northampton counties who no longer require the intensive level of multidisciplinary assertive community treatment team services. The Lehigh Valley ACT Permanent Supportive Housing program provides independent, scattered site housing funded through a McKinney-Vento grant to chronically homeless individuals with serious and persistent mental illness. Location Northampton NorthamptonLehigh Valley Assertive Community TreatmentResources For Human Development
    Main Line Health - Behavioral Health - The Center for Addictive Diseases (CAD) - Drexel HillThe Center for Addictive Diseases (CAD) provides drug and alcohol treatment services for persons 14 years and above with substance abuse problems as well as for family members or significant others affected by this illness. We believe addiction is an illness that can be treated with the support of professionals, self-help groups and the community of friends and family. Our programs are designed to help patients begin their recovery, stabilize and move forward with a solid foundation.DelawareMLH-BH Drexel Hill FacilityMain Line Health - Behavioral Health
    Main Line Health - Behavioral Health - The Center for Addictive Diseases (CAD) - ExtonThe Center for Addictive Diseases (CAD) provides drug and alcohol treatment services for persons 14 years and above with substance abuse problems as well as for family members or significant others affected by this illness. We believe addiction is an illness that can be treated with the support of professionals, self-help groups and the community of friends and family. Our programs are designed to help patients begin their recovery, stabilize and move forward with a solid foundation.DelawareMLH-BH Exton FacilityMain Line Health - Behavioral Health
    Mental Health Partnerships - Parents Involved Network (PIN)Parents Involved Network (PIN) assists parents or caregivers of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. PIN helps parents find services and will advocate on behalf those with any of the public systems (i.e., mental health system, education, state/local child-servicing agencies) that serve children.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Mental Health Partnerships - Training, Education and Consultation Family Center (TEC)Training, Education and Consultation Family Center (TEC) offers workshops designed to help family members, partners and friends learn how to cope with an adult who has a mental illness. TEC also offers one-on-one consultations, either in person or by phone, with family members and friends and trains mental health professionals who work with seriously ill adults and families.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    National Alliance on Mental Illness - Family-to-FamilyNAMI Bucks, PA offers the NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program which is a free, 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses. - The course is taught by trained family members - All instruction and course materials are free to class participants - Over 115,000 family members have graduated from this national program The course includes: - Current information about schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder (manic depression), panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, borderline personality disorder, and co-occurring brain disorders and addictive disorders - Up-to-date information about medications, side effects, and strategies for medication adherence - Current research related to the biology of brain disorders and the evidence-based, most effective treatments to promote recovery - Gaining empathy by understanding the subjective, lived experience of a person with mental illness - Learning in special workshops for problem solving, listening, and communication techniques - Acquiring strategies for handling crises and relapse - Focusing on care for the caregiver: coping with worry, stress, and emotional overload - Guidance on locating appropriate supports and services within the community - Information on advocacy initiatives designed to improve and expand servicesBucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County - Bucks; WarringtonNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    National Alliance on Mental Illness - Peer-to-Peer ProgramNAMI Bucks, PA offers Peer-to-Peer. Peer-to-Peer is a unique, 8- week experiential learning program for people with any serious mental illness who are interested in establishing and maintaining their wellness and recovery: - The course was written by Kathryn Cohan McNulty, a person with a psychiatric disability who is also a former provider and manager in the mental health field and a longtime mutual support group member and facilitator. - An advisory board comprised of NAMI consumer members, in consultation with Joyce Burland, Ph.D., author of the successful NAMI Family-to-Family Education program, helped guide the curriculum’s development. - Since 2005, NAMI’s Peer-to-Peer Recovery Program has been supported by AstraZeneca. - Peer-to-Peer consists of ten two-hour units and is taught by a team of two trained "Mentors" and a volunteer support person who are personally experienced at living well with mental illness. - Mentors are trained in an intensive three day training session and are supplied with teaching manuals. - Participants come away from the course with a binder of hand-out materials, as well as many other tangible resources: an advance directive; a "relapse prevention plan" to help identify tell-tale feelings, thoughts, behavior, or events that may warn of impending relapse and to organize for intervention; mindfulness exercises to help focus and calm thinking; and survival skills for working with providers and the general public.BucksNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County - Bucks; WarringtonNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County
    Presbyterian Children's Village - Residential Treatment ProgramThe 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 MontgomeryPresbyterian Children's Village - Montgomery; Bryn MawrPresbyterian Children's Village
    The Network For Behavior Change - Community Mental Health AgencyProvides in-home and in-school behavior support for children, including diagnostic psychological evaluations, Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS), Mobile Therapy (MT) and Behavior Specialist Consultant (BSC) services. All services are delivered in the child's home, school or community.ChesterBehavioral Health Rehabilitation ServicesNetwork For Behavior Change
    The Peace Center - S.A.F.E Counseling ProgramBatterer intervention program; Anger management program;Emotional management and resilience building support groups and individual sessions; Violence intervention and prevention; Peer support for families and individuals in transition- divorce and custody issues; relationship and family issues; Parents of teens.BucksThe Peace Center - Bucks; PAThe Peace Center

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