Emotionally Abused Children

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    Individuals younger than age 18 who have been subjected to a persistent pattern of emotional abuse or deprivation which typically includes excessive verbal assaults, unpredictable responses, continual negative moods, constant family discord, double message communication and/or parental denial of the normal experiences which provide children with the assurance that they are loved, wanted, secure and worthy.

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    Children's Crisis Treatment Center - Center-Based ServicesCcTC's Center-Based Programs provide services to children presenting with significant emotional/behavioral issues: -Therapeutic Nursery (TN) - an early childhood day-treatment program for children ages 2 1/2 through 5 who present with significant emotional / behavioral challenges. The TN provides a full array of emotional / behavioral health services in a therapeutically structured, full-day program including psychiatric services, group therapy, and educational activities. - Outpatient Department - provides assessments, biopsychosocial evaluations, individual therapy, medication management and family therapy for children ages 2 through 13 who present with a wide array of emotional/behavioral health challenges. The Outpatient Department serves as the gateway to other services at CcTC. - Trauma Services Department - The Trauma Services Department at CcTC includes the Trauma Assistance Program (TAP) and Sexual Trauma Treatment Program (STTP). The Trauma Assistance Program provides specialized treatment in the clinic and in the community to children ages 18 months through 13 years and their families who have recently witnessed/experienced a traumatic event (e.g., homicide, suicide, physical abuse, house fire, catastrophic accident, domestic violence, community violence). The Sexual Trauma Treatment Program is a specialized treatment program within the Trauma Services Department focusing on victims of sexual abuse/assault. - Tamaa - West African Refugee Assistance Program - An extension of the Trauma Services Department, Tamaa is a community and school-based program designed to meet the emotional / behavioral health and social service needs of West African refugee children and their caregivers who have relocated to Southwest Philadelphia. The program serves those who have witnessed and experienced war-related trauma in their homelands and in refugee camps and who are in the process of acculturating to their new communities. - Parent/Caregiver Services - CcTC has a family-focused, consumer-driven treatment philosophy. This family-oriented approach encompasses parents and caregivers in all phases of their child's treatment and includes direct services to parents and caregivers.PhiladelphiaChildren's Crisis Treatment Center Philadelphia; FishtownChildren's Crisis Treatment Center
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - General PediatricsThe Division of General Pediatrics cares for inpatients referred for acute care at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and provides primary care on an outpatient basis through its Faculty Practice. The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia inpatient satellites, CHOP Connection, are located at Abington Memorial Hospital, The Chester County Hospital, Grand View Hospital and Shore Memorial Hospital. These units are operated jointly and staffed by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia physicians. Primary care for children in West and South Philadelphia is also available through The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Primary Care Centers at Main Campus, University City, Cobbs Creek and South Philadelphia.PhiladelphiaChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia - Philadelphia; University CityChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - General Pediatrics - Abington Memorial HospitalThe Division of General Pediatrics cares for inpatients referred for acute care at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and provides primary care on an outpatient basis through its Faculty Practice. The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia inpatient satellites, CHOP Connection, are located at Abington Memorial Hospital, The Chester County Hospital, Grand View Hospital and Shore Memorial Hospital. These units are operated jointly and staffed by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia physicians. Primary care for children in West and South Philadelphia is also available through The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Primary Care Centers at Main Campus, University City, Cobbs Creek and South Philadelphia.MontgomeryCHOP Connection at Abington Memorial HospitalChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - General Pediatrics - Chester County HospitalThe Division of General Pediatrics cares for inpatients referred for acute care at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and provides primary care on an outpatient basis through its Faculty Practice. The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia inpatient satellites, CHOP Connection, are located at Abington Memorial Hospital, The Chester County Hospital, Grand View Hospital and Shore Memorial Hospital. These units are operated jointly and staffed by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia physicians. Primary care for children in West and South Philadelphia is also available through The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Primary Care Centers at Main Campus, University City, Cobbs Creek and South Philadelphia.ChesterCHOP Connection at The Chester County HospitalChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - General Pediatrics - Grand View HospitalThe Division of General Pediatrics cares for inpatients referred for acute care at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and provides primary care on an outpatient basis through its Faculty Practice. The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia inpatient satellites, CHOP Connection, are located at Abington Memorial Hospital, The Chester County Hospital, Grand View Hospital and Shore Memorial Hospital. These units are operated jointly and staffed by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia physicians. Primary care for children in West and South Philadelphia is also available through The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Primary Care Centers at Main Campus, University City, Cobbs Creek and South Philadelphia.BucksCHOP Connection at Grand View HospitalChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - General Pediatrics - Shore Memorial HospitalThe Division of General Pediatrics cares for inpatients referred for acute care at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and provides primary care on an outpatient basis through its Faculty Practice. The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia inpatient satellites, CHOP Connection, are located at Abington Memorial Hospital, The Chester County Hospital, Grand View Hospital and Shore Memorial Hospital. These units are operated jointly and staffed by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia physicians. Primary care for children in West and South Philadelphia is also available through The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Primary Care Centers at Main Campus, University City, Cobbs Creek and South Philadelphia.CHOP Connection at Shore Memorial HospitalChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Network of Victim Assistance - Crime Victim CounselingProvides outpatient counseling for victims of crime, violence or abuse,modalities include individual and group treatment, trauma-informed counseling, support groups and EMDR.BucksNetwork of Victim Assistance - Bucks; JamisonNetwork of Victim Assistance
    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
    Sunshine Foundation - Wish FoundationA private, non-profit organization that grants a wish or dream to terminally ill, chronically ill, abused children or physically challenged children, ages 3-18. Supported entirely by donations.BucksSunshine FoundationSunshine Foundation
    Support Center for Child Advocates - Core ProgramsA non-profit organization founded in 1977, the Support Center for Child Advocates offers free legal and social services to Philadelphia's abused and neglected children. We advocate for these child victims with the goal of securing a permanent, nurturing environment for each child in our care. We offer services through five Core Programs: > Child Protection > Medically Needy Children > Kinship Care and > Adoption > Child Advocacy Leadership Referrals come to us from the courts, District Attorney's Office, Department of Human Services, hospitals and private social service agencies. As one of the few places to call for a lawyer for a needy child, Child Advocates helps children to testify, heal and thrive!PhiladelphiaSupport Center for Child Advocates - Philadelphia; Center CitySupport Center for Child Advocates

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