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    A disorder arising in childhood or adolescence which is marked by an inability to learn or other functional deficits that cannot be explained by intellectual, sensory or health factors; an inability to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers, teachers and other adults; inappropriate types of behavior or feelings under normal circumstances; a general pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression; and a tendency to develop physical fears associated with school problems or other issues that is severe enough to adversely affect the child's educational performance or ability to engage in age-appropriate activities. Characteristics may include hyperactivity, aggression or self-injurious behavior, withdrawal, immaturity, and learning difficulties.

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    Bridges, Children's Home of YorkBRIDGES is a partial psychiatric hospitalization unit providing stabilization and treatment for children and adolescents who are experiencing severe psychiatric symptoms and emotional disturbance. The program operates year-round from Monday through Friday and consists of highly-structured therapy and treatment services. Clients receive scholastic education in cooperation with licensed staff of the Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12 during the school year.YorkBridges, Children's Home of YorkChildren's Home of York
    CASSP Child and Adolescent Service System Program - Luzerne Wyoming County MHDS ServicesCASSP a COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM OF CARE FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS with or at risk of developing serious emotional disturbance and/or substance use disorders and their families. This program ensures that services are developed in collaboration with the child/adolescent, family, mental health system, the school and all other agencies involved in the child's or adolescent's life. CASSP meeting are designed to help individuals, families, agencies and systems determine which resources/supports for youth/adolescent and families should be explored or recommended. The process includes family members, the youth/adolescent, service providers, and all other parties that are involved with or have a relationship with the youth and the family. CASSP offers recommendations for services, allows for open communication and dialogue and partnership with the team members.LuzerneLuzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental ServicesLuzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services
    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
    Central Behavioral Health - Wraparound ServicesWraparound services are medically prescribed intensive mental health services designed to provide supportive, time-limited, and individualized planned behavioral health interventions involving the child or adolescent, the family, and the treatment team. Services are designed to help the child and family develop skills so that the needs of the child are being met and the child exhibits more appropriate behaviors while being maintained in the home. Wraparound services are provided in homes, schools, and in the community as prescribed in the evaluation.MontgomeryFamily Based/Wraparound ServicesCentral Behavioral Health
    Child and Adolescent Inpatient ProgramThe Child and Adolescent Inpatient Program is designed to treat children and adolescents with acute psychiatric disorders. Treatment includes intensive family intervention, individual and group psychotherapies, and pharmacotherapy.AlleghenyWestern Psychiatric Institute and Clinic - Child and Adolescent Inpatient ProgramUPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital
    Family Resources High Fidelity Wraparound ProgramFamilies with a child at risk for out-of-home placement. High Fidelity Wraparound (HFW), in partnership with Allegheny County Joint Planning Teams (JPT). High Fidelity Wraparound is a process used to recognize the complex needs of children and youth 0-21-with a mental health diagnosis and their families who are involved with several service systems. Wraparound is a way to improve the lives of children with complex behavioral needs and their families. The integration process of wraparound develops an individualized plan of care so that children and youth grow up in their homes and communities.AlleghenyFamily Resources High Fidelity Wraparound ProgramFamily Resources
    Girls' Center RTF, Children's Home of YorkChildren's Home of York's Girls' Center Program is a licensed, gender-specific, trauma-focused therapeutic milieu employing Sanctuary® principles. A 16-bed residential treatment facility (RTF) the Girls' Center specializes in the treatment of adolescent females who have serious emotional issues to the extent that medical services are deemed necessary. While in our care, young women between the ages of 13 and 18 receive individual, group, and family therapy as appropriate. Girls' Center residents learn more effective coping skills through a variety of therapeutic exercise including expressive arts, yoga, horticultural projects, and participation in an Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) Program. Educational services are provided on site in cooperation with the Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12. YorkChildren's Home of YorkChildren's Home of York
    Lighthouse Academy-Luzerne Intermediate Unit 18The LIU’s Lighthouse Academy delivers intensive levels of intervention to challenged students in the initial stages of their school careers in order to prepare them educationally and emotionally for a successful transition back to their neighborhood schools. The Academy provides a culture of success and optimism in which students learn to manage and control their own behaviors, to gain the required academic skills, and to successfully function at home, school, and in the community. All of the activities of the academy occur within the context of positive behavior management strategies. The academy operates within the positive belief that students, parents, educators and therapists can work together toward the achievement of individualized student goals.LuzerneBehavioral Health - LIU 18Luzerne Intermediate Unit-Education Association
    Martin Luther SchoolOpened in 1969 as a Pennsylvania Department of Education licensed Approved Private School, Luther School provides an individualized educational program designed to meet the special education needs of emotionally disturbed students ages five through fourteen in grades K-8. While emotional support is a principal focus of the educational process, many students with social and emotional deficits struggle with related learning disabilities. Martin Luther School guides each student through an Individual Educational Plan, designed for his or her specific set of needs. The curriculum mirrors that of public schools. Each year a number of Luther School students are able to make sufficient behavioral and academic gains such that they transition back to public school. Students who continue to need the special education of Luther School may continue through the completion of eighth grade. In recent years Martin Luther School has experienced dramatic growth. Our school facilities accommodate up to 240 students in classrooms, a gymnasium, a library, a computer lab, an art room, a music room, tutorial areas, and several outdoor recreational areas. Martin LutherMontgomerySilver Springs - Martin Luther School - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingSilver Springs - Martin Luther School
    Martin Luther School - Residential TreatmentSilver Springs serves boys and girls, ages 6-14, with serious emotional or behavior-related issues. The program is located on a picturesque 35-acre campus in Plymouth Meeting providing individualized treatment, supervision, care, and nurturing for 72 children on a 24-hour-a-day basis. Services include: - Trauma Recovery - Outcome-Oriented Treatment - Psychiatric Treatment - Case Management - Behavior Management - Special Education - Health Care - Indoor and Outdoor Recreation - Spiritual and Values Oriented Opportunities Various therapies include individual, family, group, highly structured milieu, behavioral and medication management. Additional services are provided to the children's biological, adoptive or foster families. Since Silver Springs is home to children while they are in residence, children are given all manner of opportunities for enrichment and education, including opportunities for worship, outings to performances, sports events, and parties; a variety of interactive and arts and craft opportunities on grounds; swimming instruction; and weekly visits to the Children's Store, where children redeem points earned for good behavior for kid-friendly items ranging from toy trucks and dolls to AM/FM players.MontgomerySilver Springs - Martin Luther School - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingSilver Springs - Martin Luther School
    Mental Health Intake, Evaluation and Referral - Luzerne Wyoming County MHDS ServicesINTAKE (Mental Health) This is the first contact of a consumer with an intake specialist who assists each person or family seeking services to identify the presenting problem, complete necessary social, familial, and medical to develop an initial service plan. Payment for this service is for those consumers who have been determined to be ineligible for other insurances. FOR ADULTS: HAZLETON and Lower Luzerne County - Northeast Counseling Services, Hazleton: 570-455-6385 -24 hour crisis service. NANTICOKE - Northeast Counseling Services, Nanticoke: 570-735-7590 - 24 hour crisis service. WILKES-BARRE and Upper Luzerne County - Community Counseling Services: 570-552-6000 -24 hour crisis service. WYOMING COUNTY -Tunkhannock- The Robinson Center: 570-836-2795 and The Burke Center: 570-240-4774 24 hour crisis service-Community Counseling-570-552-6000. FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: HAZLETON and Lower Luzerne County- Northeast Counseling Services, Hazleton: 570-455-6385, 24 hour crisis service. NANTICOKE - Northeast Counseling Services, Nanticoke: 570-735-7590, 24 hour crisis service. WILKES-BARRE and Upper Luzerne County - Children's Service Center, 570-825-6425, 24 hour crisis service. WYOMING COUNTY, Tunkhannock- Children's Service Center: 570-825-6425, 24 hour crisis service LuzerneLuzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental ServicesLuzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services
    Mental Health Partnerships - Parents Involved Network (PIN)Parents Involved Network (PIN) assists parents or caregivers of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. PIN helps parents find services and will advocate on behalf those with any of the public systems (i.e., mental health system, education, state/local child-servicing agencies) that serve children.PhiladelphiaMental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center CityMental Health Partnerships
    Out Patient Services - Tunkhannock - Children's Service CenterThe Outpatient Mental Health Clinic serves children and adolescents who might have difficulty functioning in their community, home, or school. We accept referrals from multiple sources, such as physicians, schools, family and social service agencies. Services include: Psychiatric evaluations Psychological evaluations Medication assessments Substance abuse screening Trauma exposure screening Individual therapy Group therapy Family psycho-educational groups Parenting psycho-educational groups Family therapy Medication monitoring Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)WyomingChildren's Service Center -TunkhannockChildren's Service Center
    Out Patient Services - Wilkes Barre - Children's Service CenterThe Outpatient Mental Health Clinic serves children and adolescents who might have difficulty functioning in their community, home, or school. We accept referrals from multiple sources, such as physicians, schools, family and social service agencies. Services include: Psychiatric evaluations Psychological evaluations Medication assessments Substance abuse screening Trauma exposure screening Individual therapy Group therapy Family psycho-educational groups Parenting psycho-educational groups Family therapy Medication monitoring Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)LuzerneChildren's Service Center -Wilkes BarreChildren's Service Center
    PA Treatment and Healing - State College - Alternative Education for Disruptive YouthProvides educational services for students who have failed or been removed from the public school setting or who demonstrate behavior disorders which cannot be addressed in a regular educational setting. More information on the Alternative Education for Disruptive Youth Program can be found here.CentrePA Treatment and Healing - State CollegePA Treatment and Healing
    Penn Foundation - Wrap AroundWrap Around, also known as Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS), is a community-based, empowerment approach for families of children and adolescents (birth to age 21) with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties. Emotional and behavioral problems can include: - Adjustment Disorders - Anxiety Disorders - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - Conduct Disorders - Grief Reactions - Mood Disorders - Physical Abuse - Sexual AbuseBucksPenn Foundation - Bucks; SellersvillePenn Foundation
    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
    Quest Therapeutic Camp of PittsburghQuest Therapeutic Camp of Pittsburgh is a 7-week summer day program for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), anxiety, Asperger's Syndrome, depression, learning disabilities, social problems, psychological disorders and mental or emotional disabilities. The camp program includes group therapy sessions, activities and field trips. Each child participates in a small group of 12-18 campers and is guided by two or three counselors.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs

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