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    Individuals who are age 18 and older but who are not yet considered older adults.

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    Abington Art Center - Adult ClassesAdult Classes include painting and drawing, photography, ceramics, jewelry, dance, yoga and pilates.MontgomeryAbington Art Center - Montgomery; JenkintownAbington Art Center
    Abington YMCA - Health and Wellness ProgramsThe YMCA health and wellness programs are developmentally appropriate and help people at any stage of life build positive health habits. Participation in YMCA programs offers youth and adults opportunities for friendship and community, a sense of well-being, increased self-confidence and improved mental abilities. The YMCA provides a variety of health and wellness programs including exercise and water fitness classes for people and families of all ages, health and wellness seminars, educational classes, personalized training programs, non-competitive youth and adult sports leagues and social opportunities for seniors and families.MontgomeryAbington YMCA - Montgomery; AbingtonAbington YMCA
    Academy of Community Music - Harmony Music ProgramHarmony brings the benefits of music therapy to adults and older adults in the places where they live, learn, and receive care. Specially tailored music programs take place in adult care centers, group homes and senior centers. Examples include a weekly music therapy group at a group home for adults with developmental delays and a memories and music group at a nursing home.MontgomeryAcademy of Community Music - Montgomery; Fort WashingtonAcademy of Community Music
    Academy of Community Music - Music TherapyIndividual music therapy is provided on-site in Fort Washington. A certified music therapist will assess students with special needs to determine proper placement. Adapted private lessons are offered with a music therapist as well. Music therapy sessions focus on achieving set goals as determined by the therapist, clients, and guardians.MontgomeryAcademy of Community Music - Montgomery; Fort WashingtonAcademy of Community Music
    Academy of Community Music - Private Music LessonsStudents of all ages and skill levels can take private lessons on various instruments such as piano, violin, guitar, voice, brass and woodwinds. Teachers are available for Suzuki and traditional training.MontgomeryAcademy of Community Music - Montgomery; Fort WashingtonAcademy of Community Music
    AdultActivities include arts & crafts, summer tennis lessons, golf lessons, participatory sports, fitness programs and trips, 50's and 60's dances ballroom dancing, self-defense training, volleyball and basketball leagues, various seminars and aquatic programs.DauphinLower Paxton Township Parks & RecreationLower Paxton Township Parks & Recreation
    Adult Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient ProgramSummit Oaks Hospital’s IOP meet the therapeutic and scheduling needs of each client. We provide group therapy and medication monitoring in a less restrictive, flexible environment so patients who need to maintain work schedules, care for children or attend school, can. Services include group therapy, psycho education, family program, alumni group, coordination of care, and referrals upon discharge. Although each client is required to participate at least three times a week, frequency beyond 3 days is available for patients’ who need additional support. Patients frequently participate in our IOP for step down services from acute inpatient psychiatric, chemical dependency program or from a partial hospital program. All of our care providers are master’s level clinicians, licensed certified addiction counselors, licensed professional counselors or licensed clinical social workers.19 Prospect St, Summit NJ (Adult Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program)Summit Oaks Hospital
    Adult Diabetes Support GroupSupport group for adults with diabetes. Meetings consist of discussion and/or speakers. Adult family members welcome.DauphinMohler Senior CenterPenn State Hershey Medical Center
    Adult Dual Diagnosis Intensive Outpatient ProgramSummit Oaks Hospital’s IOP meets the therapeutic and scheduling needs of each client. We provide group therapy and medication monitoring in a less restrictive, flexible environment so patients who need to maintain work schedules, care for children or attend school, can. Services include psychiatric assessment, group therapy, psycho education, family program, medication management, alumni group, coordination of care, and referrals upon discharge. Random urine drug screens are provided. Summit Oaks provides transportation to and from our Dual Diagnosis IOP within a defined geographic area. Although each client is required to participate at least three times a week, frequency beyond 3 days is available for patients’ who need additional support. Patients frequently participate in our IOP for step down services from acute inpatient psychiatric, chemical dependency program or from a partial hospital program. All of our care providers are master’s level clinicians, licensed certified addiction counselors, licensed professional counselors or licensed clinical social workers.19 Prospect St, Summit NJ (Adult Dual Diagnosis Intensive Outpatient Program)Summit Oaks Hospital
    Adult Fitness-YMCA of Lock HavenAdult fitness classes include cardio and weight strength training, kickboxing, zumba, yoga, and personal training programs. Leagues include badminton and volleyball.ClintonYMCA of Lock HavenYMCA of the USA
    Adult Inpatient Detoxification Treatment ProgramSummit Oaks offers detoxification services for opiates, prescription medications, and alcohol. Suboxone and Subutex Sublingual tablets, also known as Buprenorphine, for those addicted to opiates such as heroin and prescription medications. This treatment method eases the discomfort often associated with detoxification. Vivitrol is offered for those detoxing from alcohol. The length of stay varies depending on the severity of the case, but 24-hour medical supervision is provided during withdrawal.19 Prospect St, Summit NJ (Adult Inpatient Detoxification Treatment Program)Summit Oaks Hospital
    Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment ProgramSummit Oaks Hospital provides a safe inpatient environment for adults 18 years of age and older who are experiencing acute behavioral health symptoms and are in need of comprehensive evaluation, crisis intervention and stabilization. Patient care services are also rendered for dual diagnosis, a condition in which individuals suffer from both behavioral health and chemical dependency problems. Mental health issues that we treat include: -Depressive disorders -Anxiety disorders -Bipolar disorders -Dual diagnosis (chemical dependency and behavioral health) -Most Axis II disorders -Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder -Schizoaffective disorder -Schizophrenia and other psychosis Inpatient treatment is provided by a clinically sound team led by a psychiatrist. Behavior and medication are closely monitored. Patients learn to identify and understand their mental illness, and are taught how to safely manage psychiatric symptoms. Additional treatment modalities include pet therapy, art therapy, yoga therapy and other recreational therapies.19 Prospect St, Summit NJ (Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment Program)Summit Oaks Hospital
    Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation Treatment ProgramThe rehabilitation program helps participants recovering from alcohol or substance abuse commit themselves to a lifestyle of abstinence, emotional and physical health, and well-being. Rehabilitation counselors and clinical staff members are supervised by a psychiatrist certified in addiction medicine. The inpatient rehab program's primary method of treatment is group therapy. Accepts patients who are dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse issues.19 Prospect St, Summit NJ (Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation Treatment Program)Summit Oaks Hospital
    Adult ProgramsParticipatory recreation including gymnastics, swimming, aerobics, cybex fitness, spinning, cardio kickboxing, personal training, nautilus fitness, karate, basketball, racquetball, scuba, arthritis aquatics, Tai Chi, company health programs; sports medicine consultant staff.CumberlandYMCA West Shore BranchYMCA West Shore Branch
    Adult Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient ProgramSummit Oaks Hospital’s IOP meet the therapeutic and scheduling needs of each client. We provide group therapy and medication monitoring in a less restrictive, flexible environment so patients who need to maintain work schedules, care for children or attend school, can. Services include psychiatric assessment, group therapy, psycho education, medication management, coordination of care, and referrals upon discharge. Group Meets: Monday-Friday, 9:30am to 12:30pm. Summit Oaks provides transportation to and from our Psychiatric IOP within a defined geographic area. Although each client is required to participate at least three times a week, frequency beyond 3 days is available for patients’ who need additional support. Patients frequently participate in our IOP for step down services from acute inpatient psychiatric, chemical dependency program or from a partial hospital program. All of our care providers are master’s level clinicians, licensed certified addiction counselors, licensed professional counselors or licensed clinical social workers.19 Prospect St, Summit NJ (Adult Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program)Summit Oaks Hospital
    Adults with Developmental Disabilities (ADD) - Job PowerWork is an essential element in the lives of people with developmental disabilities. Members learn how to become "employable" at weekly meetings that take place in conjunction with Rap Sessions. With the responsibilities of employment come feelings of pride and accomplishment. The socialization and camaraderie of co-workers enhances their self-esteem while the tasks of job performance expand their physical and mental capability. Through Job Power our members share these feelings with one another, trade tips for finding employment, lend encouragement to their friends and receive guidance from a facilitator.MontgomeryAdults with Developmental Disabilities (ADD) - Montgomery; JenkintownAdults with Developmental Disabilities (ADD)
    Adult Vision Screenings-North Central Sight ServicesWorks with various community organizations and agencies to provide opportunities for individuals to receive a free vision screening. This screening can include: visual acuity, color perception, horizontal fields, depth perception and intraocular pressures. Participants who fail the screening or who have concerning signs or symptoms are referred for a complete eye exam by an eye care professional.LycomingPrevention of BlindnessNorth Central Sight Services
    Advocacy and Care CoordinationTo support and promote the independence of individuals with developmental disabilities, by providing advocacy services in their home environment. The goal of our services is to help each individual access the resources and services they need to help them become as independent as possible.Washington*Main Site - Administration (Pennsylvania Elks Major Projects)Pennsylvania Elks Major Projects
    Advocacy and Care CoordinationTo support and promote the independence of individuals with developmental disabilities, by providing advocacy services in their home environment. The goal of our services is to help each individual access the resources and services they need to help them become as independent as possible.WashingtonPA Elks Home Service Program - Unit 10 (Pennsylvania Elks Major Projects)Pennsylvania Elks Major Projects
    Advocacy and Care CoordinationTo support and promote the independence of individuals with developmental disabilities, by providing advocacy services in their home environment. The goal of our services is to help each individual access the resources and services they need to help them become as independent as possible.WashingtonPA Elks Home Service Program - Unit 23 (Pennsylvania Elks Major Projects)Pennsylvania Elks Major Projects
    Albert Einstein Healthcare Network - Behavioral HealthBelmont Behavioral Health is one of the largest, most comprehensive behavior health systems in Philadelphia. For over 70 years, Belmont has provided compassionate, confidential, quality behavior health care to people of all ages. Part of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Belmont provides the full continuum of psychiatric care, providing emergency, triage and evaluation, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospital, inpatient, residential and outpatient services.PhiladelphiaBelmont Center for Comprehensive TreatmentAlbert Einstein Healthcare Network
    American Coaching Association - Attention Deficit Disorder CoachingFor the person with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), a partnership with a coach can help by refocusing the client's energy, turning failure and frustration in the direction of accomplishment, fulfillment, and self-esteem. Specifically, individuals with ADD benefit from coaching which emphasizes four basic areas: - Structure - Skills - Support - Strategies ADD coaches help individuals to set goals, accept limitations and acknowledge strengths, develop social skills, and create strategies that enable them to be more effective in managing their day-to-day lives. They do this by establishing a pattern of frequent communication with clients to make sure they are focused and working steadily toward their goals.MontgomeryAmerican Coaching Association - Montgomery; Lafayette HillAmerican Coaching Association
    Arcadia University - Community OutreachArcadia University offers these programs to the community: - Arcadia's Annual Inclusion Institute is a year-long professional development program on inclusive practices. Participants attend in school-based teams comprised by the building principal, special and general education teachers, parent of a child with disabilities, and other school personnel. - The BBEST Program is a program focused on improving classroom management, effective behavior management, and developing positive behavioral supports for parents, teachers, and schools. - Continuing Education Program in Psychology Lecture Series. Arcadia University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. - Arcadia's Community Learning Center provides On-campus reading and writing instruction for students in grades 1-12. - The Office of Community Service acts as a source of information on various organizations and service opportunities in the tri-county area. - Dan Aaron Stay Fit Exercise Program. Arcadia's Department of Physical Therapy offers a group exercise program for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease or Multiple Sclerosis. - Educational Outreach is a collaborative effort with educational institutions to offer customized programs for staff development, certification, and graduate study. - Global Small Business Institute offers assistance to clients starting a new business or expanding an existing one. - Qui Vive! is a community writing workshops for middle- and high school students held in Philadelphia's Mount Airy neighborhood.MontgomeryArcadia University - Montgomery; GlensideArcadia University
    ASPIRA - Community Technology CenterCommunity Technology Center (CTC) provides computer classes for students and parents and is open to the public. Students and community member have access to desktop computer technology, word processing, desktop publishing , Internet and other applications.PhiladelphiaASPIRA, Inc. of Pennsylvania - Phladelphia; OlneyASPIRA of Pennsylvania
    Assessment & Evaluation ProcessThe Assessment and Evaluation (A&E) Center provides assessment and evaluation services for children, adolescents, and adults. Individuals referred to WES often receive their initial services through the A&E Center. The A&E Center is staffed by licensed psychiatrists, licensed psychologists, masters-level clinicians, and program support specialists. The clinical staff conducts comprehensive biopsychosocial evaluations for individuals and families. The evaluations seek to help individuals and families better understand their mental health challenges from a culturally appropriate perspective. The evaluations also identify individual and family strengths, include a DSM-IV-R diagnosis, provide recommendations for treatment, and refer individuals/families to appropriate treatment programs. The psychologists of the A&E Center also participate in other roles at WES including research initiatives, clinical training, program consultation, and supervision. The A&E Center works closely with CRISIS/MATES (Mobile Assessment Treatment and Evaluation Services). CRISIS/MATES is a WES program that provides short-term intervention services to children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis.PhiladelphiaWES Health System Health Center/WESWay Wellness/A&E (WES Health System)WES Health System
    Autism Society of America - FamiliesOfAdultsAutism - ASAphillyTogether, we will learn about the needs of adults in the whole spectrum of Autism, including Autism/Mental Retardation (MR), Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Nos (PDD-Nos), Asperger (AS) and other related neurological disorders. Its purpose is to share information and provide support for families who are concerned about the daily needs and future of adults with ASD in Pennsylvania. There is a crucial need to implement life span adult services, including a waiver, employment and housing. Parents had no choice as to what disability nor what level of functioning in the Autism Spectrum Disorder their older adolescent or adult children would have. ALL members of this group shall work together as an unity. We can learn much from each other, by learning about the diversity of needs and strengths of adults with ASD.PhiladelphiaAutism Society of America - Greater Philadelphia Chapter - Montgomery; King of PrussiaAutism Society of America - Greater Philadelphia Chapter
    Belmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment - Intensive Short-Term Inpatient Care for AdultsProvides intensive short-term Inpatient care for adults with behavioral health issues.PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health @ Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment
    Belmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment - Outpatient ProgramProvides comprehensive psychiatric therapy services to individuals, families and couples through individual and group therapies. Each service begins with a comprehensive evaluation and assessment as part of the collaborative development of a treatment plan between the client, psychiatrist and therapist. Treatment is tailored to the needs of children, adolescents and adults who experience the following: - Mood Disorders - Anxiety Disorders - Family and Marital Problems - Obsessions and Compulsions - Behavioral Problems - Schizophrenia - Addictive Disorders - Codependency Issues - Adjustment Reactions (such as grief and separation) - Dual Diagnoses - Relationship Problems (such as abuse)PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health @ Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaBelmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment
    Bowling Green Brandywine of Kennett Square - Partial Hospitalization - AdultPartial hospitalization programs are designed for clients who do not require 24-hour care but do need more intensive treatment that is available in outpatient services. Patients participate from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Saturday, and 9:00am to 1:00pm on Sunday. White Deer Run of Williamsport and Cove Forge BHS of Williamsburg offer a transitional living facility, which provides a structured, supervised environment for patients requiring further support. ChesterBowling Green BrandywineWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    Brandywine Hospital - Health Insurance Information/ CounselingBrandywine Hospital has been taking care of families for more than 100 years. With excellent physicians and advanced medical technology, the staff provides exceptional care for patients in its 243-bed licensed facility.ChesterBRANDYWINE HOSPITALBrandywine Hospital
    Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital - Adult ServicesTailored to the needs of adults ages 18 and older, Brooke Glen provides comprehensive psychiatric assessment, in-patient crisis stabilization, relapse prevention and rehabilitation for a wide array of psychiatric conditions. Programming offers both medical and cognitive/behavioral treatment interventions. Because alcohol and drug abuse or addiction often accompanies these difficulties, Brooke Glen also offers education and support to address this issue. Patients benefit from individual and group psychotherapies, as well as educational and recreational activities designed to allow the patient to return home as soon as possible. Program Services Comprehensive Psychiatric and Physical Evaluations Medication Management and Education Individual Therapy with their doctor Group Therapy Creative /Expressive Therapy Family Therapy Aftercare Planning and Coordination Psychological Testing (as clinically indicated) Dual-diagnosisMontgomeryBrooke Glen Behavioral Hospital - Montgomery; Fort WashingtonBrooke Glen Behavioral Hospital
    Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs - Mental Health ProgramServices include: - Crisis services; - Outpatient therapy; - Partial hospitalization; - Community treatment; - Administrative case management; - Intensive case management; - Coordination of resources; - Housing services; - Psychiatric rehabilitation services; - Children's servicesBucksBucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs - Bucks; WarminsterBucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs
    Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs - Mental Retardation ProgramOffers case management/service coordination, referrals and consultation; supported and community living arrangements; vocational services.BucksBucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs - Bucks; WarminsterBucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs
    Cardinal Bevilacqua Community Center - Youth and Adult RecreationProvides access to recreational sports programs such as basketball leagues and soccerPhiladelphiaCardinal Bevilacqua Community Center - Philadelphia; KensingtonCardinal Bevilacqua Community Center
    CareLink Community Support Services - Forensic ServicesCareLink’s specialized services help ensure that people with problem sexual behavior or forensic involvement get effective treatment for improved community functioning.DelawareCareLink Community Support Services - Delaware; Crum LynneCareLink Community Support Services
    CareLink Community Support Services - Mobile Psychiatric RehabilitationMobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation (MPR) services provide one-to-one direct skills training and development of community resources to adults with serious mental illness. An MPR Specialist conducts an assessment with the client to identify strengths, personal and community resources to pinpoint specific area of need. Together they develop a service plan that outlines the tasks needed to what the program participant wants and needs.DelawareCareLink Community Support Services - Delaware; Crum LynneCareLink Community Support Services
    Caring Foundation - Adult BasicAdult Basic is a Keystone Health Plan for adults from 19 years of age through 64 years. It is a state funded program via the tobacco settlement and provides limited benefit coverage for uninsured adults. IBC is the sole insurer for this program in southeastern Pennsylvania.PhiladelphiaCaring Foundation - Philadelphia; Center CityCaring Foundation
    Caring Foundation - Special CareSpecial Care is a low-cost, fee-for-service, limited-benefit policy designed for persons who do not qualify for Medical Assistance or Medicare and cannot afford to purchase private health care coverage.PhiladelphiaCaring Foundation - Philadelphia; Center CityCaring Foundation
    Center for Brief Therapy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)Services Offered: - Individual therapy - Couples therapy - Child & adolescent therapyPhiladelphiaCenter for Brief Therapy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Philadelphia; Wynnefield HeightsCenter for Brief Therapy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
    Center for Innovative Training and Education - Fatherhood Initiative ProgramHelps custodial and non-custodial fathers 18+ with no HS diploma/GED in getting a job, with the goal of enabling them to actively participate in the care and raising of their children. Offers GED preparation, job readiness, training and placement, computer skills, mentoring, and transportation and clothing assistance.PhiladelphiaCenter for Innovative Training and Education - Philadelphia; Center CityCenter for Innovative Training and Education
    Center for Literacy - Adult Basic EducationAdult Basic Education (ABE) classes are provided to improve reading, writing, math, workplace and/or life skills. Lessons are contextualized, often project based and may be delivered individually, in small groups or as a class and address goal specific objectives set by the respective student. Classes are free, taught by dedicated professional teachers and are held twice a week for 2.5 hours per session either in the morning, afternoon or early evening. PhiladelphiaCenter for Literacy, Inc. - Philadelphia; Old CityCenter for Literacy
    Center for Literacy - English as a Second Language (ESL)English as a second language (ESL) classes are provided throughout Philadelphia. We have beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes that progressively address the basics of the English language and the concept of civic responsibility. Many of our ESL learners apply for citizenship, and our classes support their application.PhiladelphiaCenter for Literacy, Inc. - Philadelphia; Old CityCenter for Literacy
    Center for Literacy - Family LiteracyFamily Literacy Program focuses on integrating the education of parents and children. This program encourages parents to participate in and get excited about their own learning, which impacts their children’s attitude toward education. The Family Literacy Program has four components: - Adult Education: Adults in the Family Literacy Program who reach enrollment status will receive an average of 50 hours of instruction in adult education during the program year. The educational component instructs adults in basic reading, writing and math skills. GED test prep, job readiness and computer literacy are also part of the curriculum. - Parenting Education: Parents who reach enrollment status will also receive an average of 25 hours of parenting education instruction during the program year. - Interactive Literacy Activity: Families that reach enrollment status will participate in an average of 35 hours of interactive literacy instruction during the program year. The interactive literacy activity cultivates the stages of a child’s development. - Early Childhood Education: In each Family Literacy Program, pre-school children (ages 3-5) will participate in an average of 150 hours of early childhood instruction during the program year.PhiladelphiaCenter for Literacy, Inc. - Philadelphia; Old CityCenter for Literacy
    Central Behavioral Health - Aftercare ProgramThe Aftercare/Outpatient program staff partner with adults diagnosed with serious mental illness, and provide opportunities for individual therapy, group therapy, medication management and assessment. Additionally, Aftercare/Outpatient offers services for individuals who are developmentally delayed. A lab is available on a weekly basis for blood tests.MontgomeryCentral Behavioral Health - Montgomery; NorristownCentral Behavioral Health
    Central Behavioral Health - Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)The goal of the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is to help individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness to recover hopes and dreams for self-determination, build the strengths and skills necessary, and take steps towards achieving these dreams. To achieve these goals, the IOP will empower participants to support their own recovery, cope more effectively with and manage their symptoms, prevent relapse, manage stress in healthy ways, and strengthen social relationships. The IOP will provide group therapy, as well as linkages to individual therapy and psychiatric services for medication management, with a focus on hope, empowerment, choice, and partnership. Specialized clinical resources for people who have experienced trauma and/or who have substance abuse disorders will address the particular needs of these participants. Specialized clinical resources for young adults and those with developmental disabilities will address these participants’ particular needs. The IOP will strive to create a collaborative network with participants, family members, case management services and other service providers.MontgomeryCentral Behavioral Health - Montgomery; NorristownCentral Behavioral Health
    Central Behavioral Health - Outpatient ServicesOutpatient individual, family and group therapy are available. Medication management is available with a psychiatrist.MontgomeryOutpatient (Adult and Children) Mental Health ServicesCentral Behavioral Health
    Cerebral Palsy Association - Adult ServicesThe Cerebal Palsy Association provides coordinated resources, case management and social work services to adults who are physically disabled in Chester County and parts of Bucks,Delaware, Lancaster and Montgomery County. The program also provides relevant information and appropriate referrals to existing community resources as well as advocacy and continued follow-up to consumers over age 18, living independently and requiring continuing services Other services provided: - Information and referral - Home modifications - Adaptive equipment - Transportation services - Community Service Programs for Persons with Physical Disabilities - Personal emergency service systems for people with disabilities who qualifyChester*Main Site (The Cerebral Palsy Association of Chester County)Cerebral Palsy Association of Chester County
    Chatham Acres Healthcare Group - Respite CareRespite Care is a program designed to give family caregivers "time off" so they can resume care giving, refreshed and rested.Chester*Main Site (Chatham Acres Healthcare Group)Chatham Acres Healthcare Group
    ChesPenn Health Services - Family Health CareFamily Health Care offers medical services for adults and pediatric services for children on a variety of health related issues. Services available in Delaware County include: - Comprehensive Family Health Care (serving adults and pediatrics) - Comprehensive Family Dental Care - Social Services - In-House Laboratory - Homeless Health Care - HIV/AIDS Care - Family Planning Services - In-House Pharmacy - Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Health Care Services available in Chester County include: - Comprehensive Family Health Care (serving adults and pediatrics) - Prenatal Services - In-House Laboratory - HIV/AIDS Care - Social Services - Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Health CareChesterCenter for Family Health at CoatesvilleChesPenn Health Services
    ChesPenn Health Services - Family Health Care - ChesterFamily Health Care offers medical services for adults and pediatric services for children on a variety of health related issues. Services available in Delaware County include: - Comprehensive Family Health Care (serving adults and pediatrics) - Comprehensive Family Dental Care - Social Services - In-House Laboratory - Homeless Health Care - HIV/AIDS Care - Family Planning Services - In-House Pharmacy - Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Health Care DelawareChesPenn Health Services - Delaware; ChesterChesPenn Health Services
    ChesPenn Health Services - Family Health Care - EastsideFamily Health Care offers medical services for adults and pediatric services for children on a variety of health related issues. Services available in Delaware County include: - Comprehensive Family Health Care (serving adults and pediatrics) - Comprehensive Family Dental Care - Social Services - In-House Laboratory - Homeless Health Care - HIV/AIDS Care - Family Planning Services - In-House Pharmacy - Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Health Care Services available in Chester County include: - Comprehensive Family Health Care (serving adults and pediatrics) - Prenatal Services - In-House Laboratory - HIV/AIDS Care - Social Services - Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Health CareDelawareCenter for Family Health @ EastsideChesPenn Health Services
    ChesPenn Health Services - Family Health Care - Upper DarbyFamily Health Care offers medical services for adults and pediatric services for children on a variety of health related issues. Services available in Delaware County include: - Comprehensive Family Health Care (serving adults and pediatrics) - Comprehensive Family Dental Care - Social Services - In-House Laboratory - Homeless Health Care - HIV/AIDS Care - Family Planning Services - In-House Pharmacy - Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Health Care Services available in Chester County include: - Comprehensive Family Health Care (serving adults and pediatrics) - Prenatal Services - In-House Laboratory - HIV/AIDS Care - Social Services - Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Health CareDelawareCenter for Family Health at Upper DarbyChesPenn Health Services
    Chester County Health Department - Adult ImmunizationsAdult Immunizations at The Chester County Health Department provides free vaccine to those who meet eligibility requirements. Vaccines are also available for a fee.Chester*Main Site (Chester County Health Department)Chester County Health Department
    Chester County Health Department - Flu VaccinationFlu vaccines are available for adults and children over the age of 6 months between October and February at our Walk-in Immunization clinics.Chester*Main Site (Chester County Health Department)Chester County Health Department
    Chester County Health Department - Nursing Home Transition FinancingThe Nursing Home Transition Services program provides coordinated resources and services for adults to live independently in the community. NHT (Nursing Home Transition) services promote individual choice in long term living options. The agency serves as the facilitator of NHT services for individuals with disabilities under the age of 60 and has a collaborative relationship with the Chester County Office of Aging for long term living services. Transitions Services can include: - Counseling - Relocation Assistance - Educational information - Networking with community resources to facilitate consumer choices - Enrollment in (CSPPPD) Community Service Program for Persons with Physical Disabilities Waivers - Community OptionsChester*Main Site (The Cerebral Palsy Association of Chester County)Cerebral Palsy Association of Chester County
    Chester County/Main Line Children and Adults with ADHD - Support ServicesSupport Services hold separate support group meetings each month for adults, parents and teens dealing with ADHD issues.Chester*Main Site (Chester County / Main Line Chadd Children and Adults With Ad/hd)Chester County/Main Line Children and Adults with ADHD (CHADD)
    Chevra - VisionFor all young professionals (singles and couples): - To help young professionals access a deeper connection to their own Jewish identities through relevant programming that speaks to their unique life experiences. - To foster a warm and inclusive atmosphere that transcends affiliations and differences. - To offer social experiences that are uplifting instead of draining, and to offer educational experiences that are engaging instead of alienating. For singles: - To offer singles a sensible network of programming and personal matchmaking (through matchmaker Jessica Erlbaum) that will assist them in finding their soul mates. The word "Chevra" is related to the word "chaver" (friend), and it is basically a warm word that conjures up a group of friends connected through a close, common bond. MontgomeryChevra - Philadelphia; Center CityChevra
    Children and Adults with Special NeedsDevereux CARES day school provides state-of-the-art educational services to children with autism spectrum disorders and their families. The primary goal is to provide an educational environment that will support each student to become a productive, socially connected and personally fulfilled member of his or her local community.ChesterDevereux Pocono CenterDevereux Pennsylvania
    Client Assistance Program (CAP)The Pennsylvania Client Assistance Program (CAP) helps people who are seeking services from the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Blindness and Visual Services, Centers for Independent Living and other programs funded under federal law. It provides you with information and advice about rehabilitation programs, advises you of your legal rights and responsibilities, helps you resolve problems that may arise while you are seeking services from rehabilitation programs, and also assists you in the pursuit of administrative and legal remedies to protect your rights.DauphinCAP Harrisburg OfficePennsylvania Client Assistance Program (CAP)
    Community OutreachArcadia University offers these programs to the community: - Arcadia's Annual Inclusion Institute is a year-long professional development program on inclusive practices. Participants attend in school-based teams comprised by the building principal, special and general education teachers, parent of a child with disabilities, and other school personnel. - The BBEST Program is a program focused on improving classroom management, effective behavior management, and developing positive behavioral supports for parents, teachers, and schools. - Continuing Education Program in Psychology Lecture Series. Arcadia University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. - Arcadia's Community Learning Center provides On-campus reading and writing instruction for students in grades 1-12. - The Office of Community Service acts as a source of information on various organizations and service opportunities in the tri-county area. - Dan Aaron Stay Fit Exercise Program. Arcadia's Department of Physical Therapy offers a group exercise program for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease or Multiple Sclerosis. - Educational Outreach is a collaborative effort with educational institutions to offer customized programs for staff development, certification, and graduate study. - Global Small Business Institute offers assistance to clients starting a new business or expanding an existing one. - Qui Vive! is a community writing workshops for middle- and high school students held in Philadelphia's Mount Airy neighborhood.Arcadia University - Department of Medical Science and Community HealthArcadia University
    Community Services Group - Partial Hospitalization Program - York/AdamsOffers treatment to adults with a mental health diagnosis who need more intensive treatment than outpatient services provide. Individuals attend the program multiple days per week and receive group therapy, medication management and education on psychiatric and wellness topics. YorkCommunity Services Group - York/AdamsCommunity Services Group
    Consortium - Adult Blended Case ManagementThe Resource Coordination Unit provides assistance for adults with serious mental illness who have mild to moderate difficulty in social, job-related, or daily living skills. All referrals must be made and approved through the Philadelphia Behavioral Heath System. Intensive Case Management provides case management and crisis intervention services to specified individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses. The unit uses a community support model for consumer care and assists with medical, financial, and housing needs, as well as mental health issues. All referrals must be made and approved through Philadelphia Behavioral Health System.PhiladelphiaAdult Mental Health ServicesConsortium, Inc
    Consortium - Mobile Crisis UnitHandles psychiatric emergencies for individuals 18 and older and for businesses located in the West Philadelphia area. Services include but are not limited to: on-site evaluations, arranging voluntary and involuntary hospitalization, and crisis intervention. Referrals come from Mercy Crisis Response Center, and through Philadelphia Behavioral Health System.PhiladelphiaAdult Mental Health ServicesConsortium, Inc
    Consortium - Seeds of HopeOffers a combination of psychiatric rehabilitation services, peer support services and outpatient treatment services. Services are consumer driven, emphasizing four pillars: Community Integration, Family Inclusion & Leadership, Peer Culture/Peer Support/Peer Leadership and Recovery Planning. The Consortium is also encouraging a holistic approach to care, so we will also be including an emphasis on the Wellness of individuals. Services can be delivered either on site or off site in the community. This offers our members many more opportunities to learn to further integrate and find natural supports in the community. Also will continue to support the many individuals in program who are already working, pursuing their education and/or in vocational programs, while encouraging and supporting those individuals just beginning their quest to do so.PhiladelphiaAdult Mental Health ServicesConsortium, Inc
    Consortium - Webster Street Group HomeProvides housing for thirteen adults, aged 18 and older, who have severe and persistent mental illness. While in the residence, consumers are given support to develop the skills needed to live more independently in the community. Full handicap accessibility is available. All referrals are made through the Philadelphia Behavioral System.PhiladelphiaResidential Mental Health ServicesConsortium, Inc
    Counseling ProgramCounseling services include: individual, family, couples and play therapy. Counseling focuses on developing stronger self-esteem, improving communication and conflict resolution skills while maximizing peer and family relationships. Topics may include life transitions and loss, family relationship issues, identity issues, parenting difficulties, school related behavioral issues and substance abuse issues. Special programming for alternative sentencing including underage drinking, anger management, retail theft and DUI Intervention counseling.Aldersgate - Montgomery; Willow GroveAldersgate
    Cove Forge BHS - Inpatient Non-Hospital Detoxification-AdultsDetoxification can be the first step on the road to recovery. Our inpatient non-hospital detox programs allow you the time needed to devote to reducing withdrawal symptoms. Detoxification staff is made up of seasoned professionals including but not limited to Physicians, RN's, LPN's, and PA's who are all trained in the complexity of the withdrawal of substances. AlleghenyCove Forge Behavioral Health System of WilliamsburgWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    Cove Forge BHS - Inpatient Residential CD Rehabilitation - AdultsRehabilitation consists of treating the disease of chemical dependency (CD), which requires physical, mental and spiritual rehabilitation. Through daily group and individual counseling, patients develop understanding and self-awareness making recovery possible. Average length of stay for rehabilitation is based on the individual need of each client. Long-term specialty programs are also available. BlairCove Forge Behavioral Health System of WilliamsburgWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    Cove Forge BHS - Partial Hospitalization - AdultsPartial hospitalization programs are designed for clients who do not require 24-hour care but do need more intensive treatment that is available in outpatient services. Patients participate from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Saturday, and 9:00am to 1:00pm on Sunday. White Deer Run of Williamsport and Cove Forge BHS of Williamsburg offer a transitional living facility, which provides a structured, supervised environment for patients requiring further support. BlairCove Forge Behavioral Health System of WilliamsburgWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    Cove Forge BHS Pittsburgh - Intensive Outpatient Program-AdultsThe purpose of adult intensive outpatient program is to provide a structured informational, educational and supportive therapeutic setting to identify significant clinical problems, which could interfere with the client's recovery from chemical dependency (CD). Treatment is individualized and may include individual, group and family sessions. The Intensive Outpatient Program can consist of up to 9 hours a week. Outside involvement in a 12-step program is encouraged. AlleghenyCove Forge BHS PittsburghWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    Cove Forge BHS Pittsburgh - Partial Hospitalization - AdultsPartial hospitalization programs are designed for clients who do not require 24-hour care but do need more intensive treatment that is available in outpatient services. Patients participate from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Saturday, and 9:00am to 1:00pm on Sunday. White Deer Run of Williamsport and Cove Forge BHS of Williamsburg offer a transitional living facility, which provides a structured, supervised environment for patients requiring further support. AlleghenyCove Forge BHS PittsburghWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    Creative Access - Theater Programs for the Deaf and Hard of HearingTAP and AB provide access to the live theater experience for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people of all ages! From short one-hour plays to full blown Broadway musicals, theater comes alive in a meaningful way for a new audience...AND the hearing audiences get two-in-one experience, for the most part being awed when witnessing the magic of the sign language interpreters. By partnering with the region's non-profit and commercial theaters, as well as Arts-in-Education components around the region, Creative Access offers all the opportunity to expand their vision of "accessibility, opportunity and inclusion and diversity" providing access "Beyond the Ramp".Or, for those who prefer, closed-captioned performances are available, and promotion of ALDs (Assistive Listening Devices) in all of the theaters is ongoing. And what about the children? School-day performances are scheduled whenever possible, for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and youth, bringing the worlds of Deaf and hearing young people together, all out and about in the arts life of our City and Region.PhiladelphiaCreative Access - Philadelphia; Center CityCreative Access
    Delaware Valley Community Health - Ob/GynVarious women's health services are provided at each of the health centers.PhiladelphiaDelaware Valley Community Health (DVCH) - Fairmount Primary Care Center - Philadelphia; FairmountDelaware Valley Community Health
    Delaware Valley Community Health - Ob/Gyn - Maria de los SantosVarious women's health services are provided at each of the health centers.PhiladelphiaDVCH - Maria de los Santos Health CenterDelaware Valley Community Health
    Delaware Valley Community Health - Ob/Gyn - NorristownVarious women's health services are provided at each of the health centers.MontgomeryDVCH - Norristown Regional Health CenterDelaware Valley Community Health
    Delaware Valley Community Health - Ob/Gyn - ParkviewVarious women's health services are provided at each of the health centers.PhiladelphiaDVCH - Parkview Ob/GynDelaware Valley Community Health
    Delaware Valley Community Health - Outpatient ServicesDelaware Valley Community Health provides the following services at their facilities located in the Philadelphia and Montgomery County area. - Adult and Family Medicine - Pediatrics - Prenatal Care - Gynecology - Dental - Behavioral Health - Health Education - Social WorkPhiladelphiaDelaware Valley Community Health (DVCH) - Fairmount Primary Care Center - Philadelphia; FairmountDelaware Valley Community Health
    Delaware Valley Community Health - Outpatient Services - Maria de los SantosDelaware Valley Community Health provides the following services at their facilities located in the Philadelphia and Montgomery County area. - Adult and Family Medicine - Pediatrics - Prenatal Care - Gynecology - Dental - Behavioral Health - Health Education - Social WorkPhiladelphiaDVCH - Maria de los Santos Health CenterDelaware Valley Community Health
    Delaware Valley Community Health - Outpatient Services - NorristownDelaware Valley Community Health provides the following services at their facilities located in the Philadelphia and Montgomery County area. - Adult and Family Medicine - Pediatrics - Prenatal Care - Gynecology - Dental - Behavioral Health - Health Education - Social WorkMontgomeryDVCH - Norristown Regional Health CenterDelaware Valley Community Health
    Delta Community Supports - Community Living - Lower GwyneddCommunity Living For adults with developmental disabilities, there is no place like a Delta home. Delta offers community living arrangements in which individuals can contribute to and benefit from their communities. When a person is referred by a state or county agency, he or she will be welcomed into the home that best accommodates existing housemates and new members of the Delta family. Delta manages residential services in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Each home is managed by trained staff who oversee all aspects of supports and services to ensure our individuals continuously move forward towards independent, self-determined lifestyles. Living and Working Together: Housemates within each of Delta’s group homes function together as a family. Under the on-site supervision of Delta staff members, each housemate participates fully in the daily routines of life 'sharing meals, household responsibilities, and social opportunities'. For some individuals, work opportunities enhance personal growth and build pride and skills. The Delta staff members who oversee residences can pair individuals who’d like to work with an employer who can help them succeed. Staff Support for Independence: Interaction builds companionship between staff and residents. Staff members come to understand each person’s strengths and hobbies, tailoring recreation options and community outings to suit each person’s interests and needs. Most importantly, each individual chooses the life they want to live, and Delta staff members ensure that their choices are validated and protected. Depending on the level of independence within a home, some individuals receive overnight or even 24-hour care, while others may see their support staff 14 hours per week. Should a housemate require additional or unique care due to a medical condition, Delta staff members are trained to provide the right support.MontgomeryDelta Community Supports, Inc. - Montgomery;Delta Community Supports
    Delta Community Supports - Community Living - WarminsterCommunity Living For adults with developmental disabilities, there is no place like a Delta home. Delta offers community living arrangements in which individuals can contribute to and benefit from their communities. When a person is referred by a state or county agency, he or she will be welcomed into the home that best accommodates existing housemates and new members of the Delta family. Delta manages residential services in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Each home is managed by trained staff who oversee all aspects of supports and services to ensure our individuals continuously move forward towards independent, self-determined lifestyles. Living and Working Together: Housemates within each of Delta’s group homes function together as a family. Under the on-site supervision of Delta staff members, each housemate participates fully in the daily routines of life 'sharing meals, household responsibilities, and social opportunities'. For some individuals, work opportunities enhance personal growth and build pride and skills. The Delta staff members who oversee residences can pair individuals who’d like to work with an employer who can help them succeed. Staff Support for Independence: Interaction builds companionship between staff and residents. Staff members come to understand each person’s strengths and hobbies, tailoring recreation options and community outings to suit each person’s interests and needs. Most importantly, each individual chooses the life they want to live, and Delta staff members ensure that their choices are validated and protected. Depending on the level of independence within a home, some individuals receive overnight or even 24-hour care, while others may see their support staff 14 hours per week. Should a housemate require additional or unique care due to a medical condition, Delta staff members are trained to provide the right support.MontgomeryDelta Residential ServicesDelta Community Supports
    Detox ProgramDetox Program is a short-term program that offers a combination of medication and clinical services in a safe and supportive environment to help individuals manage their physical symptoms and reduce cravings while allowing them to participate in clinical services that promote behavior change. Detox Program utilizes medication assisted treatment (MAT) in the residential, non-hospital detoxification program.*Main Site (Today, Inc.)Today, INC.
    Developmental Enterprises Corporation - Community ResidencesIndividuals who reside in DEC's community homes need some level of self-help improvements and domestic, adaptive and socialization supports the following is what we offer: - Budgeting - Money management - Social interaction - Help with daily living skills including hygiene - Personal grooming - Housekeeping - Meal preparation - Hobbies - Exercise - Recreational and leisure activities - Educational development - Safety assistance/survival skills Also offer transportation to and from doctor's appointments & grocery shopping as well.MontgomeryDevelopmental Enterprises Corporation - Montgomery; NorristownDevelopmental Enterprises Corporation
    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, supervised apartments, foster care homes, 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 - 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
    Dmion Counseling Center - Anger ManagementDesigned to meet the psychological and educational needs of individuals with anger issues. Young people and adults often have problems managing their anger in a socially acceptable manner. Stress and dealing with life’s reality can be difficult for some people. Daemion House’s anger management program will help identify triggers, teach methods to express anger appropriately and communicate more effectively. Who Is It For? - Court mandated individuals - Students with anger issues who are referred by school counselor - Those who recognize the need for anger management What Is Involved? - An intensive ten-week individual therapy aimed at understanding the sources, triggers and inappropriate expression of anger. Participants will learn more appropriate ways to deal with and express anger. How Does The Program Work? - Assess anger issues. - Explore most recent anger/violent episode(s). - Use log to track anger episodes. - Learn relaxation techniques. - Discuss history of violence in family. - Assess possibility of depression. - Assess need for drug and/or alcohol treatment. - Become aware of coping style. - Learn effective communication skills. - Learn to take responsibility for own behavior.Chester*Main Site (Daemion Counseling Center)Daemion Counseling Center
    Dmion Counseling Center - Mental Health and Substance Abuse ServicesOur professional counselors are trained in treating: Anxiety, depression, panic disorders, divorce, self-esteem issues, loss and grief, end-of-life counseling, assertiveness, marital conflicts, family discord and relationship issues.ChesterDaemion Counseling Center - Chester; BerwynDaemion Counseling Center
    Domiciliary CareA protected living arrangement in the community which includes room and board plus personal care for adults (age 18 and up) who cannot live independently.AdamsAdams County Office for AgingAdams County Office for Aging
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) ServicesProvides evaluations, training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices. Assistive technology is also integrated into the curriculum of Easter Seals programs which include the Approved Private School, Early Intervention, Summer Camp and Recreation. Adults are served through referral from professional, service, government organizations or individuals throughout the community.PhiladelphiaJoseph X. Yaffe Center (Philadelphia Division - HQ) - Philadelphia; Wynnefield HeightsEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) Services - BucksServices and devices are offered to both children and adults with disabilities. Provides training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices.BucksBucks County Division - LevittownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) Services - ChesterAssistive Technology (AT) services and devices are offered to both children and adults with disabilities. Children and their families are served through evaluations, training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices. Assistive technology is also integrated into the curriculum of Easter Seals programs which include the Approved Private School, Early Intervention, Summer Camp and Recreation. Adults are served through referral from professional, service, government organizations or individuals throughout the community.ChesterChester County Division - DowningtownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) Services - DelawareAssistive Technology (AT) services and devices are offered to both children and adults with disabilities. Children and their families are served through evaluations, training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices. Assistive technology is also integrated into the curriculum of Easter Seals programs which include the Approved Private School, Early Intervention, Summer Camp and Recreation. Adults are served through referral from professional, service, government organizations or individuals throughout the community.DelawareDelaware County Division - MediaEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) Services - MontgomeryChildren and their families are served through evaluations, training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices. Assistive technology is also integrated into the curriculum of Easter Seals programs which include the Approved Private School, Early Intervention, Summer Camp and Recreation. Adults are served through referral from professional, service, government organizations or individuals throughout the community.MontgomeryMontgomery County Division - Kulpsville (Gresh Center)Easter Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Physical, Speech and Occupational TherapiesPhysical, Speech and Occupational Therapy services are provided to children and adults in schools and day cares under contract with school districts and intermediate units. These services are also available as requested by families. Our therapists serve over 500 children at our centers or in their school settings.PhiladelphiaJoseph X. Yaffe Center (Philadelphia Division - HQ) - Philadelphia; Wynnefield HeightsEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapies - ChesterPhysical, Speech and Occupational Therapy services are provided to children and adults in schools and day cares under contract with school districts and intermediate units. These services are also available as requested by families. Our therapists serve over 500 children at our centers or in their school settings.ChesterChester County Division - DowningtownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapies - DelawarePhysical, Speech and Occupational Therapy services are provided to children and adults in schools and day cares under contract with school districts and intermediate units. These services are also available as requested by families. Our therapists serve over 500 children at our centers or in their school settings.DelawareDelaware County Division - MediaEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapies - MontgomeryProvides in schools and day cares under contract with school districts and intermediate units.MontgomeryMontgomery County Division - Kulpsville (Gresh Center)Easter Seals of Southeastern PA
    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 - Crisis Residential ProgramCrisis Residential Program (CRP) at Natale provides a safe, structured setting where adult patients with urgent/emergency needs can receive crisis stabilization. The CRP at Natale provides interim rehabilitative care and support to individuals with mental illness as an alternative to more restrictive inpatient admissions.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Elwyn - Personal Care HomesAdult Residential Behavioral Health Program operates seven Personal Care Homes in Delaware County. All are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    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 - Senior ReflectionsSenior Reflections provides quality healthcare and supports exciting recreational and social activities and companionship that enable seniors to continue leading dignified and meaningful lives. We strive to complement family caregivers by providing support, safety, and security to each participant. A dedicated staff of nursing professionals provides participants with quality supervision of their daily healthcare needs. A certified activities coordinator and other program staff help develop social and recreational opportunities that enable senior adults to be active, participating members of their community.DelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Elwyn - Supported Living ResidencesAdult Residential Behavioral Health Services operates three Supported Living Residences in Delaware and Philadelphia CountiesDelawareElwyn - Delaware; MediaElwyn
    Fairmount Behavioral Health System - Acute Partial ProgramPartial hospitalization program providing acute, short-term treatment during the day for adolescents (14 years of age and older) and adults. Alternative for those who do not require inpatient treatment, need intensive follow-up after inpatient stay, or lack enough support at home to be successful as an outpatient.PhiladelphiaFairmount Behavioral Health System - Philadelphia; RoxboroughFairmount Behavioral Health System
    Fairmount Behavioral Health System - Inpatient Adult Psychiatric ServicesFor adults we have units that specifically work with individuals who are higher functioning, individuals experiencing chronic mental illness and individuals with co-occurring psychiatric and chemical dependency issues. We also offer a Trauma-Informed Women’s Program.PhiladelphiaFairmount Behavioral Health System - Philadelphia; RoxboroughFairmount Behavioral Health System
    Family and Community Service of Delaware County - HIV/AIDS Prevention Education ProgramHIV/AIDS Prevention Education is provided to adolescents, adults and senior citizens who reside in Delaware County.DelawareFamily and Community Service of Delaware County - Delaware; MediaFamily and Community Service of Delaware County
    Family Camp WeekendStreamside Family Camp is an exciting weekend filled with fun, friends, good food, and Bible teaching that meet the needs of every age - all at a very affordable price! Relax in our family-friendly setting and enjoy the freedom of developing your own schedule. With activities such as archery, nature, crafts, fishing, and swimming to choose from, there is no room for boredom! Insightful parenting workshops will offer inspiration and good advice, while the children enjoy discovering more about God and His creation. A special get together for the parents will be offered in the evening - leave the childcare to us! We serve three delicious meals a day, so even your “super selective” eaters are sure to be satisfied. Family members of all ages are welcome. However most activities are geared toward children ages 5 plus. Younger children are welcome to attend and participate, but not all activities will be appropriate for them. Monroe*Main Site (Streamside Camp & Conference Center)Streamside Camp and Conference Center
    Fencing Academy of Philadelphia - Fencing ClassesIntroduction to basics of the Olympic sport of fencing-students can then pursue training up to top international levels.PhiladelphiaFencing Academy of Philadelphia, Inc. - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaFencing Academy of Philadelphia
    Freedom Theatre - Performing Arts Training ProgramStudents study traditional or modern performance skills, theory, various techniques of a discipline, writing and aspects of technical production. Freedom Theatre's Performing Arts Training Program provides serious training in the arts, with all its demands, empowering students to become artists, advocates of the arts and productive members of society. The Performing Arts Training Program is the number one training program of its kind in the region. For three decades, this training program has provided over 10,000 students from age three to adults with a safe, challenging environment in which to learn acting, dance and vocal arts.PhiladelphiaFreedom Theatre - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaFreedom Theatre
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Adult Aquatics & Water Fitness - PhoenixvilleExercising in the water requires you to only support 50% of your body weight. This unique benefit lowers impact, reduces risk of injury and decreases stress and compression on joints without minimizing the workout you get, making it an ideal activity for expectant mothers and those who suffer from arthritis and disabilities which limit movement. Freedom Valley YMCA offers a wide variety of water fitness classes, as well as adult swim lessons and an adult swim team. Facilities include indoor and outdoor pools depending on season and weather conditions.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Phoenixville BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Adult Aquatics & Water Fitness - PottstownExercising in the water requires you to only support 50% of your body weight. This unique benefit lowers impact, reduces risk of injury and decreases stress and compression on joints without minimizing the workout you get, making it an ideal activity for expectant mothers and those who suffer from arthritis and disabilities which limit movement. Freedom Valley YMCA offers a wide variety of water fitness classes, as well as adult swim lessons and an adult swim team. Facilities include indoor and outdoor pools depending on season and weather conditions.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Pottstown BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Adult Aquatics & Water Fitness - Spring ValleyExercising in the water requires you to only support 50% of your body weight. This unique benefit lowers impact, reduces risk of injury and decreases stress and compression on joints without minimizing the workout you get, making it an ideal activity for expectant mothers and those who suffer from arthritis and disabilities which limit movement. Freedom Valley YMCA offers a wide variety of water fitness classes, as well as adult swim lessons and an adult swim team. Facilities include indoor and outdoor pools depending on season and weather conditions.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Spring ValleyFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Adult Aquatics & Water Fitness - Upper PerkiomenExercising in the water requires you to only support 50% of your body weight. This unique benefit lowers impact, reduces risk of injury and decreases stress and compression on joints without minimizing the workout you get, making it an ideal activity for expectant mothers and those who suffer from arthritis and disabilities which limit movement. Freedom Valley YMCA offers a wide variety of water fitness classes, as well as adult swim lessons and an adult swim team. Facilities include indoor and outdoor pools depending on season and weather conditions.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Upper Perkiomen Valley BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Adult Sports Leagues - PhoenixvilleFreedom Valley YMCA is dedicated to providing adult sports programs that promote skill development, healthy lifestyles, positive sportsmanship, safety and most of all fun! All ability levels are welcome, ages 18 and up. Co-ed racquetball, soccer, and volleyball are offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Phoenixville BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Adult Sports Leagues- PottstownFreedom Valley YMCA is dedicated to providing adult sports programs that promote skill development, healthy lifestyles, positive sportsmanship, safety and most of all fun! All ability levels are welcome, ages 18 and up. Co-ed racquetball, soccer, and volleyball are offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Pottstown BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Adult Sports Leagues - Spring ValleyFreedom Valley YMCA is dedicated to providing adult sports programs that promote skill development, healthy lifestyles, positive sportsmanship, safety and most of all fun! All ability levels are welcome, ages 18 and up. Co-ed racquetball, soccer, and volleyball are offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Spring ValleyFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Adult Sports Leagues - Upper PerkiomenFreedom Valley YMCA is dedicated to providing adult sports programs that promote skill development, healthy lifestyles, positive sportsmanship, safety and most of all fun! All ability levels are welcome, ages 18 and up. Co-ed racquetball, soccer, and volleyball are offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Upper Perkiomen Valley BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Gymnastics - PhoenixvilleFreedom Valley YMCA offers both competitive and non-competitive gymnastics programs. The award-winning competitive gymnastics program is based at the Phoenixville branch, and selects participants from the non-competitive classes or by tryout. Non-competitive classes are offered for ages 1 to adult and develop coordination and socialization skills as well as the basic principles of balance, strength and flexibility.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Phoenixville BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Gymnastics - Spring ValleyFreedom Valley YMCA offers both competitive and non-competitive gymnastics programs. The award-winning competitive gymnastics program is based at the Phoenixville branch, and selects participants from the non-competitive classes or by tryout. Non-competitive classes are offered for ages 1 to adult and develop coordination and socialization skills as well as the basic principles of balance, strength and flexibility.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Spring ValleyFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Swim Lessons - AudubonWorking from the overall Y philosophy of self-development, the emphasis in our swim lessons is on learning, not passing or failing. It is the goal of our swim lessons to build self-esteem and assist personal growth by using encouragement and praise. Our Y Swim Lessons Program is a National YMCA program following the guidelines of the YMCA of the USA. Our Swim Lesson staff is dedicated to fulfilling the YMCA mission in a safe and caring environment. Each instructor is certified in Lifeguarding or Aquatic Safety, CPR for the Professional and First Aid. The instructors are also required to have a national swim instruction certification. Instructor Assistants have been trained in Water Safety, First Aid and assisting techniques. Descriptions of the swim lesson levels are below. Lessons are divided into three main categories: Parent-Child (ages 6-36 months), Preschool (ages 3-5 years), and Progressive (ages 6-12). Private, Teen and Adult lessons are also offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Audubon Branch - Montgomery; West NorritonFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Swim Lessons - PhoenixvilleWorking from the overall Y philosophy of self-development, the emphasis in our swim lessons is on learning, not passing or failing. It is the goal of our swim lessons to build self-esteem and assist personal growth by using encouragement and praise. Our Y Swim Lessons Program is a National YMCA program following the guidelines of the YMCA of the USA. Our Swim Lesson staff is dedicated to fulfilling the YMCA mission in a safe and caring environment. Each instructor is certified in Lifeguarding or Aquatic Safety, CPR for the Professional and First Aid. The instructors are also required to have a national swim instruction certification. Instructor Assistants have been trained in Water Safety, First Aid and assisting techniques. Descriptions of the swim lesson levels are below. Lessons are divided into three main categories: Parent-Child (ages 6-36 months), Preschool (ages 3-5 years), and Progressive (ages 6-12). Private, Teen and Adult lessons are also offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Phoenixville BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Swim Lessons - PottstownWorking from the overall Y philosophy of self-development, the emphasis in our swim lessons is on learning, not passing or failing. It is the goal of our swim lessons to build self-esteem and assist personal growth by using encouragement and praise. Our Y Swim Lessons Program is a National YMCA program following the guidelines of the YMCA of the USA. Our Swim Lesson staff is dedicated to fulfilling the YMCA mission in a safe and caring environment. Each instructor is certified in Lifeguarding or Aquatic Safety, CPR for the Professional and First Aid. The instructors are also required to have a national swim instruction certification. Instructor Assistants have been trained in Water Safety, First Aid and assisting techniques. Descriptions of the swim lesson levels are below. Lessons are divided into three main categories: Parent-Child (ages 6-36 months), Preschool (ages 3-5 years), and Progressive (ages 6-12). Private, Teen and Adult lessons are also offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Pottstown BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Swim Lessons - Spring ValleyWorking from the overall Y philosophy of self-development, the emphasis in our swim lessons is on learning, not passing or failing. It is the goal of our swim lessons to build self-esteem and assist personal growth by using encouragement and praise. Our Y Swim Lessons Program is a National YMCA program following the guidelines of the YMCA of the USA. Our Swim Lesson staff is dedicated to fulfilling the YMCA mission in a safe and caring environment. Each instructor is certified in Lifeguarding or Aquatic Safety, CPR for the Professional and First Aid. The instructors are also required to have a national swim instruction certification. Instructor Assistants have been trained in Water Safety, First Aid and assisting techniques. Descriptions of the swim lesson levels are below. Lessons are divided into three main categories: Parent-Child (ages 6-36 months), Preschool (ages 3-5 years), and Progressive (ages 6-12). Private, Teen and Adult lessons are also offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Spring ValleyFreedom Valley YMCA
    Freedom Valley YMCA - Youth Swim Lessons - Upper Perkiomen ValleyWorking from the overall Y philosophy of self-development, the emphasis in our swim lessons is on learning, not passing or failing. It is the goal of our swim lessons to build self-esteem and assist personal growth by using encouragement and praise. Our Y Swim Lessons Program is a National YMCA program following the guidelines of the YMCA of the USA. Our Swim Lesson staff is dedicated to fulfilling the YMCA mission in a safe and caring environment. Each instructor is certified in Lifeguarding or Aquatic Safety, CPR for the Professional and First Aid. The instructors are also required to have a national swim instruction certification. Instructor Assistants have been trained in Water Safety, First Aid and assisting techniques. Descriptions of the swim lesson levels are below. Lessons are divided into three main categories: Parent-Child (ages 6-36 months), Preschool (ages 3-5 years), and Progressive (ages 6-12). Private, Teen and Adult lessons are also offered.MontgomeryFreedom Valley YMCA - Upper Perkiomen Valley BranchFreedom Valley YMCA
    Friends Hospital - Eating Disorders ProgramOffers an inpatient hospital program for the treatment of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and obesity as well as the associated issues of depression, anxiety and trauma. - Individual Therapy - Family Therapy - Experiential Therapies - Group Therapies - Psychoeducational Groups - Nutritional Counseling - Treatment Team - Individualized treatment for men, women and young people - Extensive family support - Separate, dedicated treatment setting exclusively for patients with eating disorders - Medical assessment, substance abuse counseling, psychopharmacology and psychological testing all available - Comprehensive discharge planning - EvaluationPhiladelphiaFriends Hospital - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaFriends Hospital
    Gaudenzia - Adult Residential ServicesShort, intermediate and long term substance abuse and mental health services are available for adults, women with children, homeless women and HIV symptomatic substance abusers. MontgomeryGaudenzia - Norristown HeadquartersGaudenzia, Inc
    Genesis Housing Corporation - Housing Counseling ProgramThe Housing Counseling Program provides free classes and individual counseling helping over 3,000 potential first-time homebuyers. Monthly classes focus on topics not taught in regular school including understanding credit, credit repair, money management, saving plans, grant programs and understanding the home buying process including selecting a realtor and finding the best mortgage.MontgomeryGenesis Housing Corporation - Montgomery; NorristownGenesis Housing Corporation
    Greater Philadelphia Asian Social ServicesOffers housing counseling, emergency energy assistance, food banks, language services, and substance abuse management to individuals of Asian heritage.PhiladelphiaGreater Philadelphia Asian Social Services - Philadelphia; OlneyGreater Philadelphia Asian Social Services
    Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance - Adult AdvocacyAdvocate with and on behalf of adults by asserting and protecting their rights, obtaining appropriate services and benefits and resolving problems, complaints and grievances.BerksGreater Reading Mental Health AllianceGreater Reading Mental Health Alliance
    Gwendolyn Bye Dance Center - Multidisciplinary Dance ProgramProvides training classes for dancing.PhiladelphiaGwendolyn Bye Dance Center - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaGwendolyn Bye Dance Center
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Crisis Response CenterProvides 24-hour psychiatric emergency service. Includes psychiatric evaluation and referral to appropriate treatment.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Homeless Outreach ServicesProvides a continuum of care for chronically mentally ill and substance abusing homeless populations. Includes shelter outreach, day therapeutic programming for the dually diagnosed, outpatient, and supported independent living. Programming is accessible through the homeless shelter system or through the Alternative Services Unit of the Behavioral Health.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Medication ClinicProvides medication management and case management services to chronically mentally ill adults.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Mental Health Services for Children and AdultsProvides outpatient services for children, ages 3-18 who are challenged by mental health problems. Therapeutic programs include: - TAP (Therapeutic Activities Program) is a therapeutic nursery school designed to help children ages three to five play and work together under the guidance of a therapist and special education teachers. - STEP (Shared Time Education Program) responds to the social, psychological and academic needs of children ages six to 10 who are experiencing mild to moderate emotional disturbances in a regular or special education classroom. - SAP (Student Assistance Program) is a middle- and high-school based service provided by Hall-Mercer to schools in South Philadelphia through a special relationship with the School District of Philadelphia. It is designed to identify and assist students having school-related problems resulting from depression or suicidal feelings. Adults: Provides treatment for psychiatric conditions including mood, personality, anxiety, eating and dissociative disorders as well as schizophrenia and drug and alcohol problems. Following a thorough evaluation, a treatment plan is developed and may include clinical, supportive and case management services. Specialized programs include: - Homeless services - care for people who are homeless or have a history of homelessness. Clients are contacted through street outreach or referral from other service agencies and are then offered a full range of services. - Geriatric outreach program - offers home-based mental health and drug and alcohol services for elderly persons in Center City, North, South and West Philadelphia. - Southeast Asian Program - provides psychiatric and case management services geared specifically to the needs of people from Asian cultures.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Hall Mercer CMH/MRC - Resource Coordination Adult/ChildProvides an intermediate level of case management to support people with serious mental illness. Offers a Southeast Asian element to service languages of Southeast Asia.PhiladelphiaHall Mercer CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Washington Square WestHall Mercer CMH/MRC
    Hedwig House - HOPE AcademyParticipants choose a specific goal in one of the life domains (living, learning, working, social), this goal then becomes the cornerstone of his or her recovery-focused service. Participants take part in classes, individual practitioner meetings, and community exploration related to his/her recovery goal (a commitment of 5 hours per week). Class sizes are limited to allow for focused work among participants.MontgomeryHedwig House - ColmarHedwig House
    Hedwig House - Psychiatric Rehabilitation Education ProgramParticipants choose goals in their living, learning, working, and social environments. The focus is on individual functional skill development, enhancement, retention, and transference to real life tasks and settings. Services are provided on an individual and group basis.MontgomeryHedwig House - Montgomery; LansdaleHedwig House
    Hedwig House - Psychiatric Rehabilitation Education Program - AbingtonParticipants choose goals in their living, learning, working, and social environments. The focus is on individual functional skill development, enhancement, retention, and transference to real life tasks and settings. Services are provided on an individual and group basis.MontgomeryHedwig House - AbingtonHedwig House
    hireAbility New JerseyHire Ability NJ offers an empowering, customized employment program to assist individuals living with intellectual disability, mental health condition, or physical disabilities or chronic diseases by preparing them for employment and community integration with job placement, follow-up after employment, and educational programs to assess employability. JEVS Human Services - hireAbilityJEVS Human Services
    Indian Creek Foundation - Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services division provides behavioral health supports to children and adults, who have an intellectual or developmental disability and mental health challenges. Services include: - Intake/ Extended Assessment - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services- Wraparound (BHRS) - Family Based Services - The Outpatient Mental Health Center - Therapeutic After School Program (TASP) - Behavior Support and Social Skills ProgramMontgomeryIndian Creek Foundation - Montgomery; SoudertonIndian Creek Foundation
    Innovative Counseling Associates - Chemical Dependency TreatmentProvides treatment of chemically dependent individuals and their families. Certified Addiction Specialists offer the following services in this area: Groups: - DUI Counseling - Early Recovery - Children of Chemically Dependent Persons - Relapse Prevention Counseling: - Individuals (adults, children) - Families - Education - Intervention Psychological testing is also available if necessary. This service includes any of the following: - Personality Profiles - Intelligence Tests - Psycho-Educational Testing for children to aide diagnosis of learning disabilities, giftedness, mental retardation, etc. - Vocational Evaluations - Psychiatric care through evaluation or medication is also available with our consulting Psychiatrists. If hospitalization is needed, as with some drug and alcohol related problems or acute personal crisis, we provide a direct link with several leading private psychiatric hospitals and chemical dependence treatment facilities in the tri-state area.MontgomeryInnovative Counseling Associates - Montgomery; PottstownInnovative Counseling Associates
    Intercommunity Action - Community Supported Recovery ProgramOffers an innovative individualized program for adults with serious mental illness. Helps individuals learn skills to confidently be able to hold a job, return to school, or volunteer in the community.PhiladelphiaIntercommunity Action, Inc - Philadelphia; RoxboroughIntercommunity Action
    Intercommunity Action - Supported Independent LivingHelps adults recovering from mental health challenges to live in the community while developing independent living skills. Offers single or shared apartments and shared single-family houses.PhiladelphiaIntercommunity Action, Inc - Philadelphia; RoxboroughIntercommunity Action
    Intervention Associates - Care ManagementCare management encompasses all the activities required to properly plan for and deliver care to a person whose limitations prevent him from caring for himself. This function shifts the burden of determining what’s best for an individual and the daunting task of finding and arranging for his care away from family, friends and others, and places it with one of our highly skilled and credentialed professional care managers. Among many other duties, the role of our care managers includes the following: - Conducting a professional assessment (and regular reassessments) of the needs of the person requiring care - Developing a detailed, individualized care plan - Executing the care plan, by arranging, coordinating and overseeing all necessary services (usually multiple), including those provided by our own trained staff and by community-based providers - Continuously monitoring all services provided - Patient advocacy Our care managers act as the “go-to” person and liaison for families. They provide medical referrals, help qualified clients obtain veterans assistance and disability benefits, connect clients and families with support groups, help decipher medical insurance, and much more.MontgomeryIntervention Associates - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingIntervention Associates
    Jennersville YMCA - Adult ProgramsYou can achieve the healthy lifestyle you have always dreamed of with the help of the YMCA. From fitness consultations that help you create the perfect workout; to fitness assessments that offer a baseline for tracking your progress, and wellness centers and group exercise classes manned by exceptional staff - a YMCA membership will inspire you to lace up those sneakers and get healthy! Adult programs include: -Two free fitness consultations for new members -Cardio and strength training in our beautiful, state-of-the-art fitness centers -Hundreds of free group exercise classes for beginners to experienced exercisers -Free yoga and Pilates classes -Aquatic exercise classes -Walking and jogging on the indoor and outdoor tracks -Personal training -Weight management programs -Martial arts and much moreChesterYMCA of the Brandywine Valley - Chester; JennersvilleYMCA of the Brandywine Valley
    Jessica and Friends CommunityFaith based support and services for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities. Providing: •Day program •Residential and •Community support servicesYorkJessica and Friends CommunityJessica and Friends Community
    JEVS Human Services - Youth ServicesYouth Services offers a variety of standardized test prep, admissions and financial aid counseling to help individuals with post secondary plans for college, trade, and vocational programs. PhiladelphiaJEVS Human Services Headquarters - Philadelphia; RittenhouseJEVS Human Services
    Kiwanis Club - K-Family Sponsored ProgramsK-Family Sponsored Programs offers a variety services that serves the children, challenged individuals, needy families, and community needs.MontgomeryKiwanis Club of Glenside - Montgomery; GlensideKiwanis Club
    Laurel House - Community Education ProgramThe Community Education Program provides education and training to the community about domestic violence. We work to build relationships with community service providers through presentations and training to health care professionals, law enforcement, business associations, corporations, social service providers, schools, religious congregations, and more. We also provide community and media presentations and displays.MontgomeryLaurel House - Montgomery; NorristownLaurel House
    Lehigh County Center for Recovery - Inpatient Residential Chemical Dependency RehabilitationRehabilitation consists of treating the disease of chemical dependency (CD), which requires physical, mental and spiritual rehabilitation. Through daily group and individual counseling, patients develop understanding and self-awareness making recovery possible. Average length of stay for rehabilitation is based on the individual need of each client. Long-term specialty programs are also available.NorthamptonLehigh County Center for RecoveryWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    Lenape Valley Foundation - Crisis and Acute Care ServicesCrisis and Acute Care Services provides evaluations and make treatment recommendations for individuals in need. Emergency psychiatric evaluations are available as necessary. If inpatient treatment is needed the staff will assist in finding an inpatient facility and making a referral.BucksLenape Valley Foundation - Bucks; DoylestownLenape Valley Foundation
    Lenape Valley Foundation - Transitional Outpatient ServicesTransitional Outpatient Services offers a multi-modal, multi-disciplinary structure for a variety of programs. The program has a variable length of treatment and offers flexibility in scheduling as symptoms are alleviated and the individual is able to resume their typical activities. Transitional Outpatient Services is more intensive than traditional outpatient and is designed to achieve stabilization and resolution of psychiatric and chemical dependency conditions. This level of care is specifically available for those adult clients who do not require the intense level of psychiatric care provided by inpatient or partial hospitalization programs. Programs available include: - Individual Therapy - Group Therapy - Family Therapy - Psycho Education - Medication Consultation - Discharge PlanningBucksLenape Valley Foundation - Bucks; DoylestownLenape Valley Foundation
    Life Counseling Service - Drug and Alcohol ServicesThrough our Rehab After Work/Rehab After School programs we offer intensive outpatient programs to help clients who are struggling with drug addiction. Adolescent and adults receive treatment 4 days per week. Clients are able to continue working or going to school while addressing their addiction. Our staff of highly trained professionals includes certified addictions counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists with specialized training in addictions who are dedicated to helping people that are struggling with chemical dependency.Chester*Main Site (Life Counseling)Life Counseling Service
    Life Counseling Service - Mental Health Intensive Outpatient ProgramThe Light Program is a mental health Intensive Outpatient Program that treats individuals in crisis or struggling to function on a regular basis. The Light Program is available in multiple locations and services adolescents and adults. There is also specialty programming for individuals suffering from eating disorders. Most individuals who enter The Light Program attend between 12 and 16 sessions over the course of 3 to 5 weeks. Upon discharge, individuals are referred back to their individual therapist. If they do not have an individual therapist, they will be provided a referral prior to leaving the program.Chester*Main Site (Life Counseling)Life Counseling Service
    Main Line Adult Day Center - Adult Day ServicesAt Main Line Adult Day Center in Bryn Mawr, we have been supporting adults and their families in the community since 1988. We are committed to providing a structured and supportive day program for adults, age 18 and older, with physical or cognitive disabilities who cannot be left home alone during the day. We strive to create innovative programs and activities that will improve the quality of life for each participant allowing them to remain in their home environment with their families. Our Center, located in Bryn Mawr, Pa., next to Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The early morning and evening hours makes this an ideal option for working families. Special Features The Main Line Adult Day Center is located in the Foerder House, a modernized two-story house, which offers participants and their caregivers a more intimate, personalized setting. Our participants interact with each other and the staff in the house's living roon, dining room and the upstairs activity room, accessed by elevator. Does your loved one enjoy pets? We have many furry and feathered friends that loved to be cared for and petted. Daisy the dog welcomes the participants when they arrive. We have finches and hamsters and many of our participants find it relaxing to hear the birds chirping and be around our special Center friends. Participants have the opportunity to create and maintain accessible indoor and outdoor garden plots through our Horticultural Therapy program. Engaging our members with the fragrances of fresh air, soil, greenery and flowers promotes a sense of community with nature and brings back positive memories. We have many meaningful and stimulating activities that will engage and entertain your loved one. We have a strong history of providing high-quality and individualized care for functionally impaired adults. Our on-site nurse can address healthcare related issues and our professional staff provides programming to stimulate your loved one socially, cognitively and physically. Our professional trained Family Services Coordinator will assist families with the enrollment process, transportation and funding. Directions Main Line Adult Day Center is conveniently located on the corner of Radnor Street and Montgomery Avenue, between Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church and The Baldwin School. From the North and West Head southeast on Montgomery Avenue and turn left onto Radnor Street. From the South and East Head northwest on Montgomery Avenue and turn right onto Radnor Street. For more information or to arrange a visit, call Family Services Coordinator Kyra Crowe at 610-527-4220.DelawareMain Line Adult Day Center - Montgomery; Bryn MawrMain Line Adult Day Center
    Medical Social Work ServicesOur Medical Social Work services help clients of all ages and their families manage the emotional, social, environmental and financial concerns associated with illness through counseling, long-term planning, education and referrals for benefits and entitlements, community resource linkage, placement and housing referral advocacy, discharge planning and brief care-focused family counseling. Our Medical Social Workers are Masters Degree prepared in Social Work with health care experience. Additionally, they are required to participate in multiple yearly inservices and continuing education programs. They actively participate in professional organizations and advisory councils. Berks Visiting Nurse Association is a field supervisory site for local universities. Supervision is performed by a licensed MSW with many years of experience and ACSW accreditation.BerksBerks Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Medical Social Work ServicesOur Medical Social Work services help clients of all ages and their families manage the emotional, social, environmental and financial concerns associated with illness through counseling, long-term planning, education and referrals for benefits and entitlements, community resource linkage, placement and housing referral advocacy, discharge planning and brief care-focused family counseling. Our Medical Social Workers are Masters Degree prepared in Social Work with health care experience. Additionally, they are required to participate in multiple yearly inservices and continuing education programs. They actively participate in professional organizations and advisory councils. Berks Visiting Nurse Association is a field supervisory site for local universities. Supervision is performed by a licensed MSW with many years of experience and ACSW accreditation.BerksGreater Lehigh Valley Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Medical Social Work ServicesOur Medical Social Work services help clients of all ages and their families manage the emotional, social, environmental and financial concerns associated with illness through counseling, long-term planning, education and referrals for benefits and entitlements, community resource linkage, placement and housing referral advocacy, discharge planning and brief care-focused family counseling. Our Medical Social Workers are Masters Degree prepared in Social Work with health care experience. Additionally, they are required to participate in multiple yearly inservices and continuing education programs. They actively participate in professional organizations and advisory councils. Berks Visiting Nurse Association is a field supervisory site for local universities. Supervision is performed by a licensed MSW with many years of experience and ACSW accreditation.Berks*Main Site (Home Health Care Management, Inc.)Home Health Care Management
    Medical Social Work ServicesOur Medical Social Work services help clients of all ages and their families manage the emotional, social, environmental and financial concerns associated with illness through counseling, long-term planning, education and referrals for benefits and entitlements, community resource linkage, placement and housing referral advocacy, discharge planning and brief care-focused family counseling. Our Medical Social Workers are Masters Degree prepared in Social Work with health care experience. Additionally, they are required to participate in multiple yearly inservices and continuing education programs. They actively participate in professional organizations and advisory councils. Berks Visiting Nurse Association is a field supervisory site for local universities. Supervision is performed by a licensed MSW with many years of experience and ACSW accreditation.BerksVisiting Nurse Association of Pottstown and VicinityHome Health Care Management
    Melmark - Adult ProgramsThe Meadows at Melmark is an innovative, work-centered program for adults with mild-to-moderate disabilities. Participants live with friends in staff-supervised, single-family homes, or in the community with their families. They perform creative, fulfilling work while enjoying a full range of social, recreational, and athletic activities. Adult Day Workshops provide services for adults with moderate-to-profound developmental and physical disabilities, based on individuals’ needs and abilities. For adults with lower cognitive levels or those who are non-ambulatory, activities include multi-sensory stimulation, massage therapy, hand-over-hand training, and personal assistance. Delaware*Main Site (Melmark)Melmark
    Melmark - Ancillary Services and Healthcare SupportMelmark provides a range of medical and healthcare services, including 24-hour nursing, as well as ancillary services supported by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals. Whatever healthcare issues arise, Melmark is prepared to address them comprehensively and completely. Melmark staff recognize the important relationship between social development, recreational, and athletic activities. Well equipped for a variety of activities, Melmark facilities include a multi-service recreation center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, interactive playgrounds, a large gymnasium, and state-of- the-art physical, occupational, music, art, and speech therapy areas. These provide individuals the space in which to move, have fun, learn, and play. Our 80-acre campus allows for a variety of outdoor learning activities such as gardening, therapeutic horseback riding (Hippotherapy) in outdoor and indoor arenas, and many athletic activities. In addition, residents visit the surrounding community regularly for shopping, exercise, and entertainment. Campus-Based Ancillary Services: Speech & language therapy. Occupational therapy & multi-sensory integration. Physical therapy. Rehabilitation and recovery centers. Therapeutic horseback riding (in coordination with OT & PT). Animal-assisted activities. Adaptive physical education. Aquatics instruction and recreation. Music instruction and performance. The Multi-disciplinary Team: Certified special education teachers. Board-certified behavior analysts. Licensed clinical psychologists. Licensed clinical social workers. Licensed PT, OT, and speech therapists. Master’s and doctoral-level therapists. Registered nurses and certified nurse practitioner. Physicians dental, vision, audiology, and podiatry specialists on- site weekdays; on-call 24 hours. Psychiatric and psychological services. Feeding and nutrition specialists.Delaware*Main Site (Melmark)Melmark
    Mercy Behavioral Health / Pittsburgh MercyIndividual and group therapy for chemical abuse problems. Programs for adults. Co-occurring disorder treatment.AlleghenyAlcohol and Other Drug ServicesAlcohol and Other Drug Services
    Mifflin-Juniata Regional Services Corporation - Food CooperativesBasic needs/food programMifflinMifflin-Juniata Regional Services CorporationMifflin-Juniata Regional Services Corporation
    Montgomery County Assisted Living ServicesWe dedicate ourselves to promote health, growth, independence and quality of life in our older population. We strive to offer the finest care possible in an environment conducive to productivity, individuality and self-fulfillment. In doing so, we embrace our commitment to care for the less fortunate members of our community. Above all our goal is to provide a safe, comfortable and attractive residential setting that will enable the members of our community to attain their highest level of independence while preserving their individuality, and their dignity.MontgomeryMontgomery County Assisted Living Services - Montgomery; NorristownMontgomery County Assisted Living Services
    Montgomery County Association for the Blind - RecreationFive recreation groups for adults with vision loss, meeting twice a month at various locations throughout Montgomery County. Activities vary, including recreational outings. Transportation provided to participants.MontgomeryMontgomery County Association for the Blind - Montgomery; NorristownMontgomery County Association for the Blind
    Montgomery County Offices - Case Management - PottstownServices include: supports coordination, information and referral, consultation and education, and family driven support services. The County Office also funds and provides quality oversight of residential and day programs including vocational rehabilitative services, competitive employment and adult training.MontgomeryWestern Office of Mental RetardationMontgomery County Offices
    Montgomery County Offices - Montgomery County Mental and Behavioral Health Case Management Adult Services Only - AbingtonServices include: supports coordination, information and referral, consultation and education, and family driven support services through Central Behavioral HealthMontgomeryMontgomery County Offices - Montgomery County Mental and Behavioral Health Offices - AbingtonMontgomery County Offices
    Montgomery County Offices - Montgomery County Mental and Behavioral Health Case Management - SellersvilleServices include: supports coordination, information and referral, consultation and education, and family driven support services through Penn Foundation.MontgomeryMontgomery County Offices - Montgomery County Mental and Behavioral Health Offices - SellersvilleMontgomery County Offices
    Music TherapyMusic therapy, simply put, is the therapeutic use of music by a trained professional to achieve a desired effect or accomplish a personal goal or objective.DelawareMusic Works - Delaware; HavertownMusicWorks
    Norristown Chorale GroupBecome a member of the Norristown Chorale! We have been serving the greater Norristown area in song for over 30 years. Our all-volunteer, SATB ensemble performs a diverse repetoire of sacred and secular works including showtunes, spirituals, "pops" and contemporary pieces. Membership in the Chorale helps singers to continually improve their musicianship, vocal skills, and knowledge. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday nights from 7:00 to 9:00 PM in the choral room of the Norristown Area High School. The year runs from September through May, and includes both public and community service concerts.MontgomeryNorristown Chorale - Montgomery; NorristownNorristown Chorale
    North Wales Library - Programs Including Book Discussion Groups For Many AgesPrograms Including Book Discussion Groups For Many Ages is a service free of charge for toddlers, pre-schoolers, elementary school children, young adults and adults.MontgomeryNorth Wales Library - Montgomery; North WalesNorth Wales Library
    Occupational TherapyOccupational Therapy is a skilled treatment that assists individuals to achieve independence in everyday functions such as bathing, dressing, grooming and mobility. The therapist may also assist clients to regain other abilities necessary to remain in the home safely such as meal preparation, household management, and home environment adaptations to increase safety. Our Occupational Therapists must be Master’s prepared graduates of an accredited Occupational Therapy Program, registered by the National Board Certified Occupational Therapy Association, and licensed by the State of PA.BerksBerks Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Occupational TherapyOccupational Therapy is a skilled treatment that assists individuals to achieve independence in everyday functions such as bathing, dressing, grooming and mobility. The therapist may also assist clients to regain other abilities necessary to remain in the home safely such as meal preparation, household management, and home environment adaptations to increase safety. Our Occupational Therapists must be Master’s prepared graduates of an accredited Occupational Therapy Program, registered by the National Board Certified Occupational Therapy Association, and licensed by the State of PA.BerksGreater Lehigh Valley Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Occupational TherapyOccupational Therapy is a skilled treatment that assists individuals to achieve independence in everyday functions such as bathing, dressing, grooming and mobility. The therapist may also assist clients to regain other abilities necessary to remain in the home safely such as meal preparation, household management, and home environment adaptations to increase safety. Our Occupational Therapists must be Master’s prepared graduates of an accredited Occupational Therapy Program, registered by the National Board Certified Occupational Therapy Association, and licensed by the State of PA.Berks*Main Site (Home Health Care Management, Inc.)Home Health Care Management
    Occupational TherapyOccupational Therapy is a skilled treatment that assists individuals to achieve independence in everyday functions such as bathing, dressing, grooming and mobility. The therapist may also assist clients to regain other abilities necessary to remain in the home safely such as meal preparation, household management, and home environment adaptations to increase safety. Our Occupational Therapists must be Master’s prepared graduates of an accredited Occupational Therapy Program, registered by the National Board Certified Occupational Therapy Association, and licensed by the State of PA.BerksVisiting Nurse Association of Pottstown and VicinityHome Health Care Management
    Operation Warm - Winter ClothingOperation Warm provides brand new winter coats to impoverished children. We also provide emergency relief coats to populations touched by natural disasters.Chester*Main Site (Operation Warm, Inc.)Operation Warm
    Outpatient Services for AdultsOutpatient Services for adults program utilizes the evidence-based Matrix Model, which integrates a variety of therapeutic strategies.Today, Inc. Bensalem OfficeToday, INC.
    PATH (People Acting To Help) - Mental Health Specialized TreatmentYou will live in the community. Our homes include single homes and duplexes located in Northeast Philadelphia. You will share a home with two other individuals. You will meet with staff to identify new skills that you would like to develop so you can live more independently. You will work together with staff to develop these skills. You will receive assistance in all areas where you may need support, such as cooking, shopping, budgeting and personal care.PhiladelphiaPATH, Inc. CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaPATH (People Acting To Help)
    PATH (People Acting To Help) - Mental Health Transitional ResidenceYou will live in the community. The level of support you need will determine where you will live. You may live in a group home or in an apartment building located in Northeast Philadelphia. In our group home, you will live with 8 other individuals and share a bedroom with one person. Staff are present in the home at all times. You and your housemates will prepare and eat meals together and share in completing household chores. In the apartment building, you will share a one or two-bedroom apartment with one other person. PATH has a separate apartment in the same building where staff are available at all times to assist you when needed. You and your roommate will share in completing household chores. You can decide to purchase and prepare meals together or individually.PhiladelphiaPATH, Inc. CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaPATH (People Acting To Help)
    PATH (People Acting To Help) - RENAISSANCETogether with your counselor, you will develop a rehabilitation plan. This plan will support you in being successful in the goals you choose. Your counselor and other program staff will assist you in learning skills both at the site and in the community. Community skill building opportunities might include learning how to use community resources, such as public transportation, markets, banks, cultural and educational resources. You will participate in groups that teach you about your illness and support you in managing your symptoms, making positive choices and self-directing your recovery.PhiladelphiaPATH, Inc. CMH/MRC - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaPATH (People Acting To Help)
    PathStone Corporation - Work Ready - HarrisburgThere are 2 components of the Work Ready Program : - The Outreach Services Component assists County Assistance Offices in their efforts to help TANF clients comply with participation requirements. - The Supported Work Component provides a fulll range of employment and training services for clients with limited employability due to medical reason and to other clients determined to be eligible by the County Assistance Office.DauphinPathStone Corporation - HarrisburgPathStone Corporation
    Peace Valley Nature CenterOffers a variety of environmental education programs at its 750 acre outdoor classroom. Meandering streams, fields, thickets, woodlands and wetlands offer diverse habitats to enhance student’s on site learning. Services include: Environmental Education Program Guide Birthday Parties Programs for Children Programs for Adults In-Class Programs Elementary School Programs Preschool Programs Middle and High School ProgramsBucksPeace Valley Nature Center - Bucks; DoylestownPeace Valley Nature Center
    Penn Foundation - Intellectual Disabilities Supports CoordinationIntellectual Disabilities Supports Coordination is for individuals ages 3 and older with an IQ of 70 or below prior to age 22. We will help locate, coordinate, and monitor services for your or your loved one.BucksPenn Foundation - Intellectual Disabilities Supports CoordinationPenn Foundation
    Penn Foundation - Mental Health Case ManagementMental Health Case Management focuses on community integration and the life domains of housing, financial benefits, education, employment, physical and mental health, and natural social supports. There are two levels of support: - Administrative Case Management: Primarily office-based and less intensive; available to children and adults of Bucks and Montgomery Counties - Blended Case Management: Primarily community-based and offers a more intensive level of service; available to children and adults of Bucks and Montgomery counties; recovery coaching is a model of Blended Case Management for adults that offers team-delivered services with a clinical consultation componentBucksPenn Foundation - Bucks; SellersvillePenn Foundation
    Penn Psychiatric Center - Mental Health and Substance Abuse ServicesProvides Child, Adolescent, and Family Outpatient Services, Adult Outpatient Program, including couples counseling, Comprehensive Dialectical Behavioral Therapy DBT Program for Adults, Wraparound BHRS Services for Children and Outpatient Services, including psychiatric evaluation, medication management and counseling services.ChesterPENN PSYCHIATRIC CENTER, INCPenn Psychiatric Center
    Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge - Drug and Alcohol RehabilitationProvides drug and alcohol rehabilitation service, works to help adult men (over 18 years old) recover from addictions and become productive member of society.Berks*Main Site (Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge)Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge
    Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge - Men's Induction Center - Rural RidgeProvides drug and alcohol rehabilitation service, works to help adult men (over 18 years old) recover from addictions and become productive member of society.AlleghenyPennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge - Western PA (Men)Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge
    Pennsylvania Client Assistance Program (CAP)The Pennsylvania Client Assistance Program (CAP) helps people who are seeking services from the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Blindness and Visual Services, Centers for Independent Living and other programs funded under federal law. It provides you with information and advice about rehabilitation programs, advises you of your legal rights and responsibilities, helps you resolve problems that may arise while you are seeking services from rehabilitation programs, and also assists you in the pursuit of administrative and legal remedies to protect your rights.PhiladelphiaPennsylvania Client Assistance Program (CAP) - Philadelphia; Center CityPennsylvania Client Assistance Program (CAP)
    Pennsylvania Mentor - Autism and Behavioral Services - BroomallProvides a range of services to children with Autism and to children who are having behavioral difficulties in Delaware County and parts of Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, including: - Behavior Specialist Consultants; - Case Management; - Mobile Therapists; - Psychological Evaluations.DelawareBroomall Office (Pennsylvania Mentor)Pennsylvania Mentor
    Pennsylvania Mentor - Autism and Behavioral Services - Northeast PhiladelphiaProvides a range of services to children with Autism and to children who are having behavioral difficulties in Delaware County and parts of Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, including: - Behavior Specialist Consultants; - Case Management; - Mobile Therapists; - Psychological Evaluations.PhiladelphiaNortheast Philadelphia Office (Pennsylvania Mentor)Pennsylvania Mentor
    Pennsylvania Mentor - Autism and Behavioral Services - PhiladelphiaProvides a range of services to children with Autism and to children who are having behavioral difficulties in Delaware County and parts of Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, including: - Behavior Specialist Consultants; - Case Management; - Mobile Therapists; - Psychological Evaluations.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Office (Pennsylvania Mentor)Pennsylvania Mentor
    Philadelphia Parks and Recreation - Centers/ PlaygroundsProvides recreation centers and playgrounds.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Parks and Recreation - Philadelphia; Center CityPhiladelphia Parks and Recreation
    Philadelphia Skating Club and Humane Society - Adult SkatingOur professional staff offers free group lessons. The atmosphere is fun, friendly, and supportive. These lessons are so successful that many choose to continue as a group afterwards. The PSCHS offers many opportunities to develop in all the figure skating disciplines MontgomeryPhiladelphia Skating Club and Humane Society - Montgomery; ArdmorePhiladelphia Skating Club and Humane Society
    Phoenixville Community Health Foundation - Champion of the Community Award ProgramChampion of the Community Award Program was developed in 2000 by the Foundation Board of Directors to recognize those who serve others in a way that contributes to the overall health of the community. The focus of the program is to: - Honor adults and youth who voluntarily give their time, talent and resources with no expectation of personal gain; - Recognize adults and youth who provide leadership in their neighborhood or ethnic community; - Honor adults and youth who support those less fortunate or those facing insurmountable circumstances. Some individuals are overlooked because they are not widely known or associated with a well-established organization. The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation honors the hard work, special achievements, and good deeds of the unsung heroes of the greater Phoenixville community. The nomination procedure includes: - Completed Nomination Form - Nomination narrative of no more than two pages - Nomination deadlines are announced annually. Champion’s nominations are accepted from the community organizations as well as individuals. An independent Community Advisory Committee is assembled, reviews all nominations and chooses up to four (4) Champions of the Community annually. Each Champion is honored with a $2,000 grant being made in their name to the charity of their choice. Champions, and indeed all nominees, along with their nominators, are honored at a Champions Award Luncheon sponsored by the Foundation.Chester*Main Site (Phoenixville Community Health Foundation)Phoenixville Community Health Foundation
    Physical TherapyPhysical Therapy evaluates and treats dysfunction of movement. A Physical Therapist can restore or improve physical and functional abilities. Physical Therapy can also provide care to prevent the onset or progression of a disease process or impairment. Additional programs or disease management enhancements include: Electrical Stimulation for the acceleration of wound healing, and Ultrasound used to speed healing, reduce swelling, decrease pain and increase blood flow to the treated areas (this modality is used in conjunction with other physical therapy regimens). Among the clients who require Physical Therapy treatment are those with limitations associated with : Stroke and Neurological Disease, Post operative joint replacements, Falls and balance problems, Limb amputation/prosthetic training, Muscle weakness, Poor tolerance to functional activity, Mobility problems related to the heart and lungs, and The pain and restriction of arthritis. After receiving Physical Therapy clients enjoy increased safety and independence in the home and community, increased ambulation skills, strength and range of motion, and decreased pain. Our physical therapists must pass a licensure examination after graduating from an accredited physical therapy education program with a minimum of a master’s degree before they can practice. Physical therapists are expected to continue professional development by participating in continuing education courses and workshops.BerksBerks Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Physical TherapyPhysical Therapy evaluates and treats dysfunction of movement. A Physical Therapist can restore or improve physical and functional abilities. Physical Therapy can also provide care to prevent the onset or progression of a disease process or impairment. Additional programs or disease management enhancements include: Electrical Stimulation for the acceleration of wound healing, and Ultrasound used to speed healing, reduce swelling, decrease pain and increase blood flow to the treated areas (this modality is used in conjunction with other physical therapy regimens). Among the clients who require Physical Therapy treatment are those with limitations associated with : Stroke and Neurological Disease, Post operative joint replacements, Falls and balance problems, Limb amputation/prosthetic training, Muscle weakness, Poor tolerance to functional activity, Mobility problems related to the heart and lungs, and The pain and restriction of arthritis. After receiving Physical Therapy clients enjoy increased safety and independence in the home and community, increased ambulation skills, strength and range of motion, and decreased pain. Our physical therapists must pass a licensure examination after graduating from an accredited physical therapy education program with a minimum of a master’s degree before they can practice. Physical therapists are expected to continue professional development by participating in continuing education courses and workshops.BerksGreater Lehigh Valley Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Physical TherapyPhysical Therapy evaluates and treats dysfunction of movement. A Physical Therapist can restore or improve physical and functional abilities. Physical Therapy can also provide care to prevent the onset or progression of a disease process or impairment. Additional programs or disease management enhancements include: Electrical Stimulation for the acceleration of wound healing, and Ultrasound used to speed healing, reduce swelling, decrease pain and increase blood flow to the treated areas (this modality is used in conjunction with other physical therapy regimens). Among the clients who require Physical Therapy treatment are those with limitations associated with : Stroke and Neurological Disease, Post operative joint replacements, Falls and balance problems, Limb amputation/prosthetic training, Muscle weakness, Poor tolerance to functional activity, Mobility problems related to the heart and lungs, and The pain and restriction of arthritis. After receiving Physical Therapy clients enjoy increased safety and independence in the home and community, increased ambulation skills, strength and range of motion, and decreased pain. Our physical therapists must pass a licensure examination after graduating from an accredited physical therapy education program with a minimum of a master’s degree before they can practice. Physical therapists are expected to continue professional development by participating in continuing education courses and workshops.Berks*Main Site (Home Health Care Management, Inc.)Home Health Care Management
    Physical TherapyPhysical Therapy evaluates and treats dysfunction of movement. A Physical Therapist can restore or improve physical and functional abilities. Physical Therapy can also provide care to prevent the onset or progression of a disease process or impairment. Additional programs or disease management enhancements include: Electrical Stimulation for the acceleration of wound healing, and Ultrasound used to speed healing, reduce swelling, decrease pain and increase blood flow to the treated areas (this modality is used in conjunction with other physical therapy regimens). Among the clients who require Physical Therapy treatment are those with limitations associated with : Stroke and Neurological Disease, Post operative joint replacements, Falls and balance problems, Limb amputation/prosthetic training, Muscle weakness, Poor tolerance to functional activity, Mobility problems related to the heart and lungs, and The pain and restriction of arthritis. After receiving Physical Therapy clients enjoy increased safety and independence in the home and community, increased ambulation skills, strength and range of motion, and decreased pain. Our physical therapists must pass a licensure examination after graduating from an accredited physical therapy education program with a minimum of a master’s degree before they can practice. Physical therapists are expected to continue professional development by participating in continuing education courses and workshops.BerksVisiting Nurse Association of Pottstown and VicinityHome Health Care Management
    Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of Pennsylvania - Special Needs Trust ServicesA Special Needs Trust is an account set up for a person with a disability that allows protection of benefit status. Any person with a disability who has or might receive funds that could interfere with eligibility for government benefits is eligible. A Board of Trustees administers and disburses the funds for supplemental needs.DelawarePlanned Lifetime Assistance Network of Pennsylvania (PLAN of PA) - Delaware; WaynePlanned Lifetime Assistance Network of Pennsylvania (PLAN of PA)
    Prevention ProgramAldersgate's Prevention Program works with schools and the community to empower teens and adults, improve parenting skills, enhance self-esteem and to reduce and prevent substance abuse. Community and School- based presentations to children and their parents and adolescent outreach groups are key components of this service.Aldersgate - Montgomery; Willow GroveAldersgate
    Ramsey Educational Development Institute - Training and Employment Services - BeaconREDI offers a comprehensive range of behavior change and adaptation techniques designed to foster independence, and job retention skills for meaningful employment in the public and private sectors. REDI focuses on teaching skills that encourage self-respect, a positive attitude and work ethic, and improved time management techniques for personal responsibilities. Pre-employment techniques, resume writing, and basic communication skills are offered. REDI provides training linkages with organizations such as labor unions for apprenticeship programs that lead to permanent positions. PhiladelphiaBeaconRamsey Educational Development Institute
    Ramsey Educational Development Institute - Training and Employment Services - Richard Allen CSSREDI offers a comprehensive range of behavior change and adaptation techniques designed to foster independence, and job retention skills for meaningful employment in the public and private sectors. REDI focuses on teaching skills that encourage self-respect, a positive attitude and work ethic, and improved time management techniques for personal responsibilities. Pre-employment techniques, resume writing, and basic communication skills are offered. REDI provides training linkages with organizations such as labor unions for apprenticeship programs that lead to permanent positions. PhiladelphiaRichard Allen CSSRamsey Educational Development Institute
    Residential Care for AdultsResidential Care for Adults provide specific recovery services specialize in treating co-occurring disorders, the forensic population, and those who choose medication to assist them in their recovery.*Main Site (Today, Inc.)Today, INC.
    Residential ProgramProvision of low cost single room occupancy housing to adult malesDauphinYMCA East Shore BranchYMCA East Shore Branch
    RSVP - Adult Literacy ProgramRSVP Adult Literacy Program provides libraries, drug rehab facilities, ESL and GED programs to help American and foreign-born adults improve their reading, English, citizenship in order to increase skills for employment opportunities.MontgomeryRSVP - Montgomery; PARSVP
    Sebastian Riding Associates - Therapeutic and Educational ProgramSebastian's therapeutic program includes children and adults with a wide range of physical, mental and emotional disabilities. The focus of our program is a safe, fun and healthy approach to growth and rehabilitation through equine activities and riding. Offering much more than the traditional riding program, we strive to achieve physical development, socialization and learning through fun activities. We build balance and symmetry, increase reach and range of motion, develop speech and language, thought processes, planning and sequencing. At Sebastian, we instill a great sense of success, confidence and accomplishment in our riders. Not only do Sebastian students learn to ride, they groom, tack and care for their horses. We use quiet and trained horses to meet our riders' needs. We use special equipment, and provide ASTM-SEI approved helmets with our riders' safety paramount in all of our activities. Sebastian offers individual lessons so we can best meet the individual needs of our riders.MontgomerySebastian Riding Associates - Montgomery; CollegevilleSebastian Riding Associates
    Senior Care ServicesSenior Care: 3 Ways to Find Home Care Aides, Transportation Assistance, and More 1.Post a job and let caregivers contact you. 2.Find last minute care with Care-on-Call. 3.Search for caregivers in your ZIP code:*Main Site (Care.com)Care.com
    SHARP(Shalom House Aftercare Rental Assistance Program)Post shelter permanent housing with extended case management program for disabled, single, chronically homeless women. Rental subsidy provided; requires completion of program goal plan, commitment to self-help, attendance at life skills and other meetings where appropriate, demonstrated progress achieving goal plan objectives.DauphinShalom HouseShalom House
    Skilled NursingOur primary nursing staff provides comprehensive physical, social and environmental assessments, case management, care plan development, individualized teaching and treatment programs, discharge planning, and client and caregiver support. Additional programs include Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes Education and Management, Telehealth, Wound/Ostomy Care, and Wound VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure). Who are our clients? Anyone newly diagnosed with an illness or with an exacerbation of a chronic illness who may need evaluation, education and/or treatment in any of the following areas: Disease process, Signs and symptoms of complications, Prevention of further complications, Infection control, Medications, Nutrition, Exercise programs, Activities of daily living, Coping skills, Pain management, Pressure ulcers, Surgical wounds or drains, Urinary catheters, Ostomies, and Safety. Our clients will achieve independence in the management of their disease process, diet, and medications. Our nursing staff will educate the client to be proactive in the ongoing management of health upon discharge. Our primary nursing staff includes Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs), all of whom are licensed to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. The Registered Nurses undergo extensive training in the performance of the physical, social, and environmental, and safety assessments. All RNs are required to continue their professional development by participating in accredited continuing educational seminars and workshopsBerksBerks Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Skilled NursingOur primary nursing staff provides comprehensive physical, social and environmental assessments, case management, care plan development, individualized teaching and treatment programs, discharge planning, and client and caregiver support. Additional programs include Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes Education and Management, Telehealth, Wound/Ostomy Care, and Wound VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure). Who are our clients? Anyone newly diagnosed with an illness or with an exacerbation of a chronic illness who may need evaluation, education and/or treatment in any of the following areas: Disease process, Signs and symptoms of complications, Prevention of further complications, Infection control, Medications, Nutrition, Exercise programs, Activities of daily living, Coping skills, Pain management, Pressure ulcers, Surgical wounds or drains, Urinary catheters, Ostomies, and Safety. Our clients will achieve independence in the management of their disease process, diet, and medications. Our nursing staff will educate the client to be proactive in the ongoing management of health upon discharge. Our primary nursing staff includes Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs), all of whom are licensed to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. The Registered Nurses undergo extensive training in the performance of the physical, social, and environmental, and safety assessments. All RNs are required to continue their professional development by participating in accredited continuing educational seminars and workshopsBerksGreater Lehigh Valley Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Skilled NursingOur primary nursing staff provides comprehensive physical, social and environmental assessments, case management, care plan development, individualized teaching and treatment programs, discharge planning, and client and caregiver support. Additional programs include Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes Education and Management, Telehealth, Wound/Ostomy Care, and Wound VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure). Who are our clients? Anyone newly diagnosed with an illness or with an exacerbation of a chronic illness who may need evaluation, education and/or treatment in any of the following areas: Disease process, Signs and symptoms of complications, Prevention of further complications, Infection control, Medications, Nutrition, Exercise programs, Activities of daily living, Coping skills, Pain management, Pressure ulcers, Surgical wounds or drains, Urinary catheters, Ostomies, and Safety. Our clients will achieve independence in the management of their disease process, diet, and medications. Our nursing staff will educate the client to be proactive in the ongoing management of health upon discharge. Our primary nursing staff includes Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs), all of whom are licensed to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. The Registered Nurses undergo extensive training in the performance of the physical, social, and environmental, and safety assessments. All RNs are required to continue their professional development by participating in accredited continuing educational seminars and workshopsBerks*Main Site (Home Health Care Management, Inc.)Home Health Care Management
    Skilled NursingOur primary nursing staff provides comprehensive physical, social and environmental assessments, case management, care plan development, individualized teaching and treatment programs, discharge planning, and client and caregiver support. Additional programs include Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes Education and Management, Telehealth, Wound/Ostomy Care, and Wound VAC (Vacuum Assisted Closure). Who are our clients? Anyone newly diagnosed with an illness or with an exacerbation of a chronic illness who may need evaluation, education and/or treatment in any of the following areas: Disease process, Signs and symptoms of complications, Prevention of further complications, Infection control, Medications, Nutrition, Exercise programs, Activities of daily living, Coping skills, Pain management, Pressure ulcers, Surgical wounds or drains, Urinary catheters, Ostomies, and Safety. Our clients will achieve independence in the management of their disease process, diet, and medications. Our nursing staff will educate the client to be proactive in the ongoing management of health upon discharge. Our primary nursing staff includes Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs), all of whom are licensed to practice in the state of Pennsylvania. The Registered Nurses undergo extensive training in the performance of the physical, social, and environmental, and safety assessments. All RNs are required to continue their professional development by participating in accredited continuing educational seminars and workshopsBerksVisiting Nurse Association of Pottstown and VicinityHome Health Care Management
    Special People In Northeast - Adult ServicesServices include: Residential Services Community Life Options Community Employment AdvocacyPhiladelphiaSpecial People In Northeast, Inc. - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaSpecial People In Northeast
    Special Smiles - Special Care DentistryProvides special dental treatment.PhiladelphiaSpecial Smiles, LTD. - Philadelphia; Port RichmondSpecial Smiles
    Speech TherapyA Speech/Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech language, and swallowing disorders. A speech/language pathologist is also qualified to provide voice therapy, cognitive therapy, aural rehabilitation for the hearing impaired, as well as training in the use of alternative communication devices. We are now offering Vital Stimulation Therapy . This is a new, FDA approved modality for the treatment of dysphagia/swallowing problems. This modality provides external neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the neck area, in conjunction with functional swallowing exercises provided by the Speech/Language Pathologist, to re-educate and strengthen weakened swallowing muscles. While traditional dysphagia/swallowing therapy compensates for lost functions, Vital Stimulation Therapy can actually improve function. Vital Stimulation can only be administered by a Speech/Language Pathologist that has been certified in Vital Stimulation. Clients who have suffered with stroke, head injury or other neurological disease, as well as those with voice disorders, hearing impairment, cognitive impairment, or difficulty understanding, speaking, or swallowing may benefit from the services of a Speech/Language PathologistBerksBerks Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Speech TherapyA Speech/Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech language, and swallowing disorders. A speech/language pathologist is also qualified to provide voice therapy, cognitive therapy, aural rehabilitation for the hearing impaired, as well as training in the use of alternative communication devices. We are now offering Vital Stimulation Therapy . This is a new, FDA approved modality for the treatment of dysphagia/swallowing problems. This modality provides external neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the neck area, in conjunction with functional swallowing exercises provided by the Speech/Language Pathologist, to re-educate and strengthen weakened swallowing muscles. While traditional dysphagia/swallowing therapy compensates for lost functions, Vital Stimulation Therapy can actually improve function. Vital Stimulation can only be administered by a Speech/Language Pathologist that has been certified in Vital Stimulation. Clients who have suffered with stroke, head injury or other neurological disease, as well as those with voice disorders, hearing impairment, cognitive impairment, or difficulty understanding, speaking, or swallowing may benefit from the services of a Speech/Language PathologistBerksGreater Lehigh Valley Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
    Speech TherapyA Speech/Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech language, and swallowing disorders. A speech/language pathologist is also qualified to provide voice therapy, cognitive therapy, aural rehabilitation for the hearing impaired, as well as training in the use of alternative communication devices. We are now offering Vital Stimulation Therapy . This is a new, FDA approved modality for the treatment of dysphagia/swallowing problems. This modality provides external neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the neck area, in conjunction with functional swallowing exercises provided by the Speech/Language Pathologist, to re-educate and strengthen weakened swallowing muscles. While traditional dysphagia/swallowing therapy compensates for lost functions, Vital Stimulation Therapy can actually improve function. Vital Stimulation can only be administered by a Speech/Language Pathologist that has been certified in Vital Stimulation. Clients who have suffered with stroke, head injury or other neurological disease, as well as those with voice disorders, hearing impairment, cognitive impairment, or difficulty understanding, speaking, or swallowing may benefit from the services of a Speech/Language PathologistBerks*Main Site (Home Health Care Management, Inc.)Home Health Care Management
    Speech TherapyA Speech/Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech language, and swallowing disorders. A speech/language pathologist is also qualified to provide voice therapy, cognitive therapy, aural rehabilitation for the hearing impaired, as well as training in the use of alternative communication devices. We are now offering Vital Stimulation Therapy . This is a new, FDA approved modality for the treatment of dysphagia/swallowing problems. This modality provides external neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the neck area, in conjunction with functional swallowing exercises provided by the Speech/Language Pathologist, to re-educate and strengthen weakened swallowing muscles. While traditional dysphagia/swallowing therapy compensates for lost functions, Vital Stimulation Therapy can actually improve function. Vital Stimulation can only be administered by a Speech/Language Pathologist that has been certified in Vital Stimulation. Clients who have suffered with stroke, head injury or other neurological disease, as well as those with voice disorders, hearing impairment, cognitive impairment, or difficulty understanding, speaking, or swallowing may benefit from the services of a Speech/Language PathologistBerksVisiting Nurse Association of Pottstown and VicinityHome Health Care Management
    Support and ProgramsState and Local NAMIs: NAMI's 1,200 affiliate organizations provide local services, support and other opportunities for consumers and their families. Education, Training and Peer Support Center: NAMI offers an array of education and training programs and services for consumers, family members, providers and the general public. These include Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, NAMI Support Group, In Our Own Voice and more. Consumer Support: NAMI empowers and educates mental health consumers to address their issues around care, treatment, services, mutual support and consumer rights. Child and Adolescent Action Center: Families know all too well that the system is failing children and adolescents with mental illnesses. NAMI created the Child & Adolescent Action Center in response to this crisis, to focus attention on systems reform and to help and support families. NAMI on Campus: NAMI on Campus is a network of student-led mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups tailored to the needs of individual college communities. Multicultural Action Center: The Multicultural Action Center focuses attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities and cultural competence in treatment and support for all who are affected by serious mental illness. NAMI Legal Center: The NAMI Legal Center provides lawyer referrals as a service to our members and the general public. Veterans Resource Center: NAMI is proud to provide the following resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends, and advocates. Missing Persons Support: Resources and support for locating missing persons with mental illness. For Providers: To help mental health professionals assist consumers and families further, NAMI has created this section of the NAMI Web site especially for you. Information Helpline: Trained volunteers provide information, referrals, and support to all who have questions about or are affected by serious mental illness. Call 1-800-950-NAMI.*Main Site (NAMI Headquarters) (NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness)National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    Support and ProgramsState and Local NAMIs: NAMI's 1,200 affiliate organizations provide local services, support and other opportunities for consumers and their families. Education, Training and Peer Support Center: NAMI offers an array of education and training programs and services for consumers, family members, providers and the general public. These include Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, NAMI Support Group, In Our Own Voice and more. Consumer Support: NAMI empowers and educates mental health consumers to address their issues around care, treatment, services, mutual support and consumer rights. Child and Adolescent Action Center: Families know all too well that the system is failing children and adolescents with mental illnesses. NAMI created the Child & Adolescent Action Center in response to this crisis, to focus attention on systems reform and to help and support families. NAMI on Campus: NAMI on Campus is a network of student-led mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups tailored to the needs of individual college communities. Multicultural Action Center: The Multicultural Action Center focuses attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities and cultural competence in treatment and support for all who are affected by serious mental illness. NAMI Legal Center: The NAMI Legal Center provides lawyer referrals as a service to our members and the general public. Veterans Resource Center: NAMI is proud to provide the following resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends, and advocates. Missing Persons Support: Resources and support for locating missing persons with mental illness. For Providers: To help mental health professionals assist consumers and families further, NAMI has created this section of the NAMI Web site especially for you. Information Helpline: Trained volunteers provide information, referrals, and support to all who have questions about or are affected by serious mental illness. Call 1-800-950-NAMI.National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania - Montgomery; LansdaleNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    Support and ProgramsState and Local NAMIs: NAMI's 1,200 affiliate organizations provide local services, support and other opportunities for consumers and their families. Education, Training and Peer Support Center: NAMI offers an array of education and training programs and services for consumers, family members, providers and the general public. These include Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, NAMI Support Group, In Our Own Voice and more. Consumer Support: NAMI empowers and educates mental health consumers to address their issues around care, treatment, services, mutual support and consumer rights. Child and Adolescent Action Center: Families know all too well that the system is failing children and adolescents with mental illnesses. NAMI created the Child & Adolescent Action Center in response to this crisis, to focus attention on systems reform and to help and support families. NAMI on Campus: NAMI on Campus is a network of student-led mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups tailored to the needs of individual college communities. Multicultural Action Center: The Multicultural Action Center focuses attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities and cultural competence in treatment and support for all who are affected by serious mental illness. NAMI Legal Center: The NAMI Legal Center provides lawyer referrals as a service to our members and the general public. Veterans Resource Center: NAMI is proud to provide the following resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends, and advocates. Missing Persons Support: Resources and support for locating missing persons with mental illness. For Providers: To help mental health professionals assist consumers and families further, NAMI has created this section of the NAMI Web site especially for you. Information Helpline: Trained volunteers provide information, referrals, and support to all who have questions about or are affected by serious mental illness. Call 1-800-950-NAMI.Norristown, PA Office - Catholic Social ServicesNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    Support and ProgramsState and Local NAMIs: NAMI's 1,200 affiliate organizations provide local services, support and other opportunities for consumers and their families. Education, Training and Peer Support Center: NAMI offers an array of education and training programs and services for consumers, family members, providers and the general public. These include Family-to-Family, Peer-to-Peer, NAMI Support Group, In Our Own Voice and more. Consumer Support: NAMI empowers and educates mental health consumers to address their issues around care, treatment, services, mutual support and consumer rights. Child and Adolescent Action Center: Families know all too well that the system is failing children and adolescents with mental illnesses. NAMI created the Child & Adolescent Action Center in response to this crisis, to focus attention on systems reform and to help and support families. NAMI on Campus: NAMI on Campus is a network of student-led mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups tailored to the needs of individual college communities. Multicultural Action Center: The Multicultural Action Center focuses attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities and cultural competence in treatment and support for all who are affected by serious mental illness. NAMI Legal Center: The NAMI Legal Center provides lawyer referrals as a service to our members and the general public. Veterans Resource Center: NAMI is proud to provide the following resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends, and advocates. Missing Persons Support: Resources and support for locating missing persons with mental illness. For Providers: To help mental health professionals assist consumers and families further, NAMI has created this section of the NAMI Web site especially for you. Information Helpline: Trained volunteers provide information, referrals, and support to all who have questions about or are affected by serious mental illness. Call 1-800-950-NAMI.Pottstown, PA Office - Creative Health ServicesNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Pennsylvania
    Support GroupWeekly support groups for adults who have been diagnosed with chronic, terminal, and serious illnesses. This support group is run by a licensed clinical psychologist.Lower Providence Presbyterian Church - Montgomery; Lower ProvidenceLower Providence Presbyterian Church
    Threshold Rehabilitation Services - Access Partial Hospital ProgramProvides creative, therapeutic services and supports, which empower and enable people with mental health challenges to increase their personal, social, and economic self-sufficiency. Treatment modalities include medication management, group and individual therapy, psychoeducational and psychosocial groups. Serves as an opportunity for individuals who have been hospitalized to reenter and adjust to community life and as an alternative to hospitalization for individuals in crisis.BerksThreshold Rehabilitation Services, Inc.Threshold Rehabilitation Services, Inc.
    T.R.U.S.T - HOPE For the Hurting - Conflict MediationConflict resolution for individuals who are unable to resolve the conflict themselves. Allow the individuals the opportunity to openly express their concerns and agree to resolve their conflict in a orderly manner.Montgomery*Main Site (T.R.U.S.T - HOPE For the Hurting)T.R.U.S.T - HOPE For the Hurting
    Twilight Wish Foundation - Individual Wish FulfillmentsGrants wishes to seniors 65 and older, who earn less than 200% of poverty level and cannot make their own wishes come true.BucksTwilight Wish Foundation - Bucks; DoylestownTwilight Wish Foundation
    Tyler Arboretum - Educational Programs for AdultsTyler offers a variety of seasonal workshops, lectures, guided bird walks, wildflower and other rambles, historic building tours, botanical arts, natural studies, health and wellness and off-site field trips. DelawareTyler Arboretum - Delaware; MediaTyler Arboretum
    United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA - Camp Hill (55 Utley Drive) - Community Participation SupportsCommunity Participation Supports (CPS) is a forward-looking approach to the traditional center-based adult day program.CumberlandUnited Cerebral Palsy of Central PA - Camp Hill (55 Utley Drive)United Cerebral Palsy of Central PA
    Upper Merion Township - Parks and RecreationParks and Recreation offers a variety of recreational activities, programs and events throughout the year for people of all ages.MontgomeryParks and RecreationUpper Merion Township
    Westmoreland Community Action, Permanent Supportive Housing - Pittsburgh Street House ProgramWestmoreland Community Action, Permanent Supportive Housing - Pittsburgh Street House Program (PSH-PSH) is designed to assist chronically homeless, mental health consumers in securing housing. It aims to provide low-cost housing to mental health consumers in Westmoreland County, as well as, assistance through Housing Supports. The PSH-PSH community living building has living space for 8 tenants.WestmorelandPermanent Supportive Housing- Pittsburgh Street HouseWestmoreland Community Action
    White Deer Run Blue Mountain - Inpatient Residential CD Rehabilitation- AdultsRehabilitation consists of treating the disease of chemical dependency (CD), which requires physical, mental and spiritual rehabilitation. Through daily group and individual counseling, patients develop understanding and self-awareness making recovery possible. Average length of stay for rehabilitation is based on the individual need of each client. Long-term specialty programs are also available. BerksWhite Deer Run Blue MountainWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run Harrisburg - Intensive Outpatient Program- AdultsThe purpose of adult intensive outpatient program is to provide a structured informational, educational and supportive therapeutic setting to identify significant clinical problems, which could interfere with the client's recovery from chemical dependency (CD). Treatment is individualized and may include individual, group and family sessions. The Intensive Outpatient Program can consist of up to 9 hours a week. Outside involvement in a 12-step program is encouraged. DauphinWhite Deer Run HarrisburgWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run Lancaster - Inpatient Non-Hospital Detoxification-AdultsDetoxification can be the first step on the road to recovery. Our inpatient non-hospital detox programs allow you the time needed to devote to reducing withdrawal symptoms. Detoxification staff is made up of seasoned professionals including but not limited to Physicians, RN's, LPN's, and PA's who are all trained in the complexity of the withdrawal of substances. LancasterWhite Deer Run LancasterWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run Lancaster - Inpatient Residential CD Rehabilitation-AdultsRehabilitation consists of treating the disease of chemical dependency (CD), which requires physical, mental and spiritual rehabilitation. Through daily group and individual counseling, patients develop understanding and self-awareness making recovery possible. Average length of stay for rehabilitation is based on the individual need of each client. Long-term specialty programs are also available. LancasterWhite Deer Run LancasterWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run Lebanon - Inpatient Non-Hospital Detoxification-AdultsDetoxification can be the first step on the road to recovery. Our inpatient non-hospital detox programs allow you the time needed to devote to reducing withdrawal symptoms. Detoxification staff is made up of seasoned professionals including but not limited to Physicians, RN's, LPN's, and PA's who are all trained in the complexity of the withdrawal of substances. LebanonWhite Deer Run New Perspectives LebanonWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run Lebanon - Inpatient Residential CD Rehabilitation- AdultsRehabilitation consists of treating the disease of chemical dependency (CD), which requires physical, mental and spiritual rehabilitation. Through daily group and individual counseling, patients develop understanding and self-awareness making recovery possible. Average length of stay for rehabilitation is based on the individual need of each client. Long-term specialty programs are also available. Male and female units LebanonWhite Deer Run New Perspectives LebanonWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run Lebanon - Intensive Outpatient Program- AdultsThe purpose of adult intensive outpatient program is to provide a structured informational, educational and supportive therapeutic setting to identify significant clinical problems, which could interfere with the client's recovery from chemical dependency (CD). Treatment is individualized and may include individual, group and family sessions. The Intensive Outpatient Program can consist of up to 9 hours a week. Outside involvement in a 12-step program is encouraged. LebanonWhite Deer Run New Perspectives LebanonWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run Lehigh - Intensive Outpatient Program- AdultsThe purpose of adult intensive outpatient program is to provide a structured informational, educational and supportive therapeutic setting to identify significant clinical problems, which could interfere with the client's recovery from chemical dependency (CD). Treatment is individualized and may include individual, group and family sessions. The Intensive Outpatient Program can consist of up to 9 hours a week. Outside involvement in a 12-step program is encouraged. LehighWhite Deer Run LehighWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run New Castle - Intensive Outpatient Program- AdultsThe purpose of adult intensive outpatient program is to provide a structured informational, educational and supportive therapeutic setting to identify significant clinical problems, which could interfere with the client's recovery from chemical dependency (CD). Treatment is individualized and may include individual, group and family sessions. The Intensive Outpatient Program can consist of up to 9 hours a week. Outside involvement in a 12-step program is encouraged. LawrenceWhite Deer Run New CastleWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run York - Inpatient Non-Hospital Detoxification-Adults7 bed, in-patient residential detoxification program Detoxification can be the first step on the road to recovery. Our inpatient non-hospital detox programs allow you the time needed to devote to reducing withdrawal symptoms. Detoxification staff is made up of seasoned professionals including but not limited to Physicians, RN's, LPN's, and PA's who are all trained in the complexity of the withdrawal of substances. YorkWhite Deer Run YorkWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    White Deer Run York - Inpatient Residential CD Rehabilitation-Adults17 bed short-term inpatient residential rehab treatment. Rehabilitation consists of treating the disease of chemical dependency (CD), which requires physical, mental and spiritual rehabilitation. Through daily group and individual counseling, patients develop understanding and self-awareness making recovery possible. Average length of stay for rehabilitation is based on the individual need of each client. Long-term specialty programs are also available. YorkWhite Deer Run YorkWhite Deer Run Treatment Network
    Willow Grove Literacy Council - Reading with Learning DisabilitiesLearn to Read Free! For both American-born and Immigrant Adult Students - The Willow Grove Literacy Council tutors both American-born and immigrant adults one-on-one and depends strictly on volunteers. It gives the adults free books and assigns tutors who help them to speak, read, and write English. Volunteers help students to reach their goals, which may include obtaining their GED, U.S. Citizenship, or learning life skills. There is no budget for this nonprofit group as all services and supplies are contributed. The Council receives no State Literacy funds but administers the organization free. Students come from the surrounding suburbs as well as from Philadelphia. Many local churches offer free tutoring space.MontgomeryWillow Grove Literacy Council - Montgomery; Willow GroveUpper Moreland Free Public Library
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA ServicesOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, child care and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.DelawareRocky Run (YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity)YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA ServicesOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, gymnastics and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.PhiladelphiaYMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity Association Headquarters - Montgomery; ConshohockenYMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA Services - AbingtonOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, child care and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.MontgomeryAbington Area (YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity)YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA Services - AmblerOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, karate and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, water aerobics and free babysitting services.MontgomeryAmbler AreaYMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA Services - Christian StreetOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, child care and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, triathalon training, swimming and basketball, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.MontgomeryChristian Street Branch (YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity)YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA Services - Columbia NorthOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, child care and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.PhiladelphiaColumbia North (YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity)YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA Services - HatboroOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, gymnastics and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.MontgomeryHatboro Area (YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity)YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA Services - NortheastOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, child care and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.PhiladelphiaNortheast Family (YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity)YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA Services - RoxboroughOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, child care and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.PhiladelphiaRoxborough Area (YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity)YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity - YMCA Services - West PhiladelphiaOffers a wide range of programs for children and teens including swim lessons, sports, fitness, child care and day camps. For adults and seniors, the Y has personal training, a variety of group exercise classes, wellness orientations and free babysitting services.PhiladelphiaWest Philadelphia (YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity)YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    YMCA of the Brandywine Valley - Adult ProgramsYou can achieve the healthy lifestyle you have always dreamed of with the help of the YMCA. From fitness consultations that help you create the perfect workout; to fitness assessments that offer a baseline for tracking your progress, and wellness centers and group exercise classes manned by exceptional staff - a YMCA membership will inspire you to lace up those sneakers and get healthy! Adult programs include: -Two free fitness consultations for new members -Cardio and strength training in our beautiful, state-of-the-art fitness centers -Hundreds of free group exercise classes for beginners to experienced exercisers -Free yoga and Pilates classes -Aquatic exercise classes -Walking and jogging on the indoor and outdoor tracks -Personal training -Weight management programs -Martial arts and much moreChesterYMCA Youth Program CenterYMCA of the Brandywine Valley
    YMCA of the Brandywine Valley - Fitness ProgramThe YMCA Youth Program Center features a Gymnastics Center, School of Dance, School of Martial Arts, childcare center, an indoor turf field for youth sports, along with an adult fitness center, racquetball courts and group exercise classes.ChesterYMCA Youth Program CenterYMCA of the Brandywine Valley
    YMCA Sports Programs - Adult SportsOffers recreational and league sports for men and women. LycomingRiver Valley Regional YMCA - Eastern Lycoming BranchYMCA of the USA

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