Here is a list of help agencies in the Pennsylvania region. These agencies are more than happy to answer your questions, help with appointments, and serve you in every way they can. Please don’t hesitate to contact them!

Where do I start? There is a lot of information on this page. If you are feeling overwhelmed, we recommend contacting the Mental Health Association in Pennsylvania (MHAP)s Behavioral Health Navigators. By speaking with a navigator you will have a personalized guide to help you find the right services for yourself or your loved one. Click here to visit their website.

Or Dial 2-1-1. By dialing 2-1-1 on your phone, you will be connected with the national human service call center. You can learn more about the 2-1-1 number here.

If you are in immediate danger, call 911

Our mission is to promote mental well-being, and support Recovery for adults who have a mental illness; Resiliency for children and adolescents who have emotional/behavioral disorders; Everyday Lives for individuals who have developmental disabilities; and Independence for older adults and individuals with physical disabilities, by providing advocacy and culturally competent services.

Services:

  • Advocacy
    • Adult Mental Health Advocacy
    • Child and Family Mental Health Advocacy
  • Certified Health Insurance Marketplace Navigators
  • Community Developmental Disabilities Services
    • Health Care Quality Units
    • Incident Management
    • Independent Monitoring for Quality (IM4Q)
    • Quality Assurance Services
  • Community Mental Health Services
    • Support Groups
      • Depression and Bipolar Support Group
    • Peer to Peer Services
    • Community Support Program
    • Recovery Center
  • Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
  • Consumer/Family Satisfaction Teams
  • Consumer Financial Management Services
    • Representative Payee Services
    • Guardianship Services
    • Trust Services
    • Fiscal/Employer Agent
  • Early Intervention Evaluation Teams
  • WARM LINES
    • Carbon/Monroe/Pike, Lackawanna/Susquehanna and Wayne Counties
    • Huntingdon, Mifflin, and Juniata Counties
    • Centre County

Contact:

Clarks Summit State Hospital
1451 Hillside Drive
Clarks Summit, PA 18411

Youth Development Center
Hickory Run State Park
White Haven, PA 18661

http://theadvocacyalliance.org/
Toll Free 1-877-315-6855
E-mail: info@theadvocacyalliance.org

Our Mission: The mission of the Beacon Clinic is to inspire hope, health, and well-being by providing high quality, culturally competent, free, faith-based primary healthcare to uninsured adults in the Greater Harrisburg Communities.

Our Vision: to work collaboratively with public and private partners in the greater Harrisburg communities to facilitate the development and provision of primary healthcare services which promote the wellness and wholeness of our uninsured neighbors. We seek to promote personal and family health and self-care lifestyles.

Services:

  • Monitor the health status of clients
  • Health education classes for persons with chronic illnesses
  • Counseling (including depression, anxiety)
  • Reduction in the severity of illness and disability
  • Equip persons to make healthy lifestyle choices
  • Improve healthcare quality, access, continuity and accountability
  • No medications will be dispensed at the clinic site.  Prescriptions are provided and assistance with medications is available.
  • Medical records and personal information will be confidential and the clients will be treated with dignity and respect. A social worker is available to assist in finding resources in the community.

Contact:
Located in the REAR of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
248 Seneca Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110
717-775-1111
Email: beaconclinicpa@gmail.com
Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 3-7 pm   |   Thursdays 10 am – 2 pm
http://www.beaconclinicpa.org

Bell Socialization Services is staffed by nearly 300 employees and hosts hundreds of volunteers every year, including our 14-member Board of Directors. Together, we aspire to bring positive change to the greater York/Hanover area by offering opportunities for the 1,500 people served annually through our programs to enrich their lives.  Our vision, mission, and values inspire and guide us to advance this vital work.

OUR VISION: A community where people are valued and respected, and live with dignity.

OUR MISSION: To provide an environment of support and empowerment where people can improve their quality of living.

Services:
Housing Support and Shelter
Skill Building
Peer Programs
Case Management
Crisis Assessment and Intervention
Individual Supportive Therapy
Medication and Prescription Monitoring
Substance Abuse Services
Employment and Work Services
Daily Living Assistance
Social and Leisure Skill Training
Mental Health Education
& More

Contact:
Bell Socialization Services, Inc.
160 South George Street
York, PA 17401-1408
Phone: (717) 848-5767
www.bellsocialization.com

Our Heart is for Children

Bethany Christian Services is a global nonprofit organization that brings families together and keeps families together. Strengthening families for the well-being of children is our top priority. Our services include adoption, foster care, and pregnancy counseling. We also provide counseling to families, assist refugees and immigrants resettling in the U.S., and partner with several international countries to help keep families together. The work we do equips families to be the answer for children in need—as Christ intended.

Services:
Pregnancy Support
Adoption Services
Child Protection and Welfare
Global Consulting
Family Counseling
Refugee and Immigrant Services
Safe Families for Children
ADOPTS
Residential Treatment Program
Thrift Store
Juvenile Community Justice
Project Open Arms
& More!

Contact:
Find your nearest location at http://www.bethany.org/contact-us
2101 N. Front Street
Building #1 Suite #201
Harrisburg, PA 17110
(717) 238-3549

Blueprints for Addiction Recovery is a licensed Pennsylvania drug rehab based in historic Lancaster County, PA. Our Counseling Center serves clients from Lancaster, York, Harrisburg, Lebanon and beyond. We offer DUI Evaluations, Drug and Alcohol Assessments, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Services to individuals, families and communities affected by the disease of addiction.

Our integrated clinical program was designed to support and treat the complex psychological, physical, spiritual and environmental issues arising from alcohol and drug addiction. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to addiction or recovery. From the early admission and assessment phase through to continuing care and beyond, we approach and treat each person as an individual.

Services:
D&A Evaluations
Day Treatment
Intensive Outpatient
Traditional Outpatient
Family Therapy
Recovery Resources

Contact:
http://www.blueprintsrecovery.com/draft/

Catholic Charities provides hope, help and support to thousands of families each year, regardless of their faith. We serve a 15-county region with programs ranging from maternity homes, adoption services, foster care and counseling to the only homeless shelter in Central Pennsylvania that keeps families intact. Most of our services are offered at minimal or no cost to the client.

Our mission is to serve families in need in our local communities. Although the majority of our clients, staff and funding are not Catholic, our guiding beliefs are rooted in our tradition:

We respect every human life.

We believe in the central role of marriage and family in society.

We are committed to providing high quality services to individuals, children, youth, married couples, families and the elderly.

Services:
Adoption & Specialized Child Care
Family-Based Mental Health Services
Maternity & Pregnancy Services
Immigration & Refugee Services
Counseling Services
Emergency Shelter for Homeless Families
Substance Abuse Services
Youth Services

CONTACT:
Catholic Charities
4800 Union Deposit Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111

Phone: 717-657-4804
Fax: 717-657-8683
http://www.cchbg.org/

Christian Churches United is an ecumenical partnership with over 100 member churches in Dauphin, Cumberland, and Perry counties. Our goal is to provide assistance to many more people in need than one church could provide on its own.

Services:
Rental Assistance Program
PPL Assistance
Medication
Travel
Food
Fuel
Information and Referrals
Prison Action Committee
Susquehanna Harbor Safe Haven
The Bridge Food Pantry

Contact:
413 S. 19th Street,
P.O. Box 60750,
Harrisburg, PA 17106
(717) 238 -2851
http://www.ccuhbg.org/

 

As a team Christian Services Counseling Center values Biblical truth and the spiritual dimension of individuals to provide counseling in a loving and non-judgmental environment.  We work for professional excellence and connection with other health providers while valuing individuals’ unique worldviews and spiritual beliefs.

Services:
Individual, marital, and family counseling
Casework services
Personality and career testing
Prison ministry and aftercare support
Intercessory prayer support
Spouse Abuse Finally Ends: A group counseling experience for men and women providing the tools to stop relationship/domestic abuse
Grief support groups for bereaved parents and children
Freedom Seekers support group: Forgiveness, healing, and hope for women to breakthrough emotional and spiritual barriers.

CONTACT:
309 Allen Road, Carlisle PA 17013
Phone: 717-249-7410
http://www.christianservicescounseling.org/

Located on 14 acres, Clarion is a 74 bed facility, providing a peaceful therapeutic environment for patients and families. We are fully accredited by the Joint Commission. We provide each of our patients with the care we would expect for ourselves or our loved ones. With great pride, we offer those in need the most effective treatment available.

Services:
Trauma Informed Care
Child & Adolescent Inpatient Services
Adult Inpatient Services
Children & Adolescent Partial Hospitalization
24 Hour Assessment and Referral Center

Contact:
Clarion Psychiatric Center
2 Hospital Drive
Clarion, PA 16214
1-800-253-4906
www.ClarionCenter.com

CSG has been providing quality community-based mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), child and youth and autism services throughout central and northeastern Pennsylvania since 1972.

Services:
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD)
Mental Health
Children & Youth
Autism

CONTACT:
Community Services Group – Corporate Office
320 Highland Drive
PO Box 597
Mountville, PA 17554
877-907-7970
http://www.csgonline.org/

Providing Central Pennsylvania residents of Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntington, Juniata, Lancaster, Mifflin, Perry and York Counties with free, Confidential Listening,  Health and Human Services Information & Referral 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call us!  Get connected to resources in your community.   We’re here to listen anytime of the day or night.

Contact:
CONTACT Helpline
PO Box 90035
Harrisburg, PA 17109
http://www.contacthelpline.org
Dial 2-1-1
1-800-932-4616

Our philosophy is that almost every social need has an established solution in the form of an agency, department, or grant floating among a sea of non-articulating social services. Our mission is to locate and identify those answers and mesh them with the needy individuals they were originally intended to serve. Our work then is to continuously uncover the existing resources and bring these together to fulfill a role in a current social problem.

Services:

  • Getting common OTC item costs covered
  • Help in solving insurance issues from billing errors to benefit denials
  • Understanding the diverse array aid programs available through the state
  • Extra help, waiver programs, benefits of SLMB and QMB Status
  • Part A Accretion
  • Aid & Assistance
  • Solutions for high cost medications that are not normally covered by medical insurance
  • Hearing aid solutions
  • Creating solutions to help individuals get needed dental restorations or dentures
  • Diabetes supplies, lancets, strips, and needles delivered right to the facility
  • Providing ride programs
  • Directing individuals to the primary physicians, specialists, behavioral health providers and out-patient programs

 

Contact:
http://www.coordres.org
1-877-614-7552

 

Cornerstone Counseling Center, P.C. was established in 1998 to serve the psychological and mental health needs of the south central  Pennsylvania community. Since that time our practice has grown to a staff of nine licensed therapists including psychologists, professional counselors and clinical social workers.

Cornerstone Counseling Center, PC is a group of experienced psychologists, social workers, and counselors who are dedicated to providing quality outpatient mental health services to individuals and families within our community. Our staff is professionally trained to evaluate and treat behavioral, emotional, cognitive, and relational difficulties in individuals, couples and families.  Each therapist is licensed in the state of PA in their area of expertise and training.

Services:
Children’s ADHD
Behavior Problems
Anxiety Disorders
School Phobia/Refusal
Eating Disorders
Adjustment Issues
Coping with Divorce
Anger Problems
Grief and Loss
Socialization Difficulties
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Depression and Other Mood Disorders
Life Transitions
Co-Parenting Issues
Interpersonal Conflict
Stress Management
Postpartum Depression
Marital Problems
Codependency
Conflict Resolution
& More

CONTACT:
6011 Jonestown Road,
Harrisburg pa 17112
Phone: 717-671-9520
Fax: 717-671-9524
www.cornerstonecounselinghbg.com/

Along with seeing your family doctor for possible drug treatments for depression, research has shown that talk therapy is also recommended for the best treatment of clinical depression. And Online Counseling has shown to be as effective and sometimes even more effective in treatment of both depression and anxiety.

Leading research organizations including Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins, and the National Institute of Mental Health have found that online mental health care is as effective as in-person care. It has even sometimes been shown to be more effective.

Schedule a 30-minute complimentary consultation today!

SERVICES:
Depression
Anxiety
Social Anxiety Difference
Panic Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Major Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Dysthmyia

CONTACT:
info@counselingondemand.com
www.CounselingOnDemand.com

CIS are located and referred based on county. Services are typically in the emergency room of a hospital. Getting in contact with crisis intervention can either be by phone or by walk in service. Walk-in crisis service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing face-to-face contact for a person in crisis or a person seeking assistance for a person in crisis. Services include assessment and evaluation, information and referral, crisis counseling, crisis resolution, resource coordination, and emergency psychiatric and medical consultation.

CONTACT:
Cumberland County:
Camp Hill area – 717.763.2222
Carlisle area – 717.243.6005
All other areas – 866.350.HELP or 2-1-1
http://www.ccpa.net/index.aspx?nid=2493

Dauphin County:
232-7511 or 1-888-596-4447
100 Chestnut Street, Harrisburg, PA
http://www.dauphincounty.org/government/Human-Services/Mental-Health-Intellectual-Disabilities/Pages/Crisis-Intervention-Services.aspx

York County:
(800) 673-2496 or (717) 851-5320
1001 South George Street York, PA
http://www.wellspan.org/body.cfm?id=416

For more contact numbers in other counties, visit the Crisis Intervention page.

Mission Statement
Cumberland Valley Counseling Associates (CVCA) is a corporation comprised of therapists and staff founded to provide high quality mental health care and mental health education to individuals, couples, families, groups, and the community in the Cumberland Valley.

CVCA therapists and staff believe in the integrity and worth of each person we encounter in our practice. We strive to live our own personal and professional lives with integrity, responsibility, and accountability. We believe that each person has a responsibility to treat others with respect and to work to improve one’s own physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual growth. We believe in treating our living and working environments gently.

Services:
Marriage and Family
EMDR
Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Panic Disorders
School Counseling Issues
Trauma and Anger Management
& More!

CONTACT:
1200 Walnut Bottom Rd. Carlisle, PA 17015.
Phone: 717-243-1511
http://cumberlandvalleycounseling.com

The mission of Daystar Center for Spiritual Recovery is to empower persons to overcome the devastating effects of substance abuse through spiritual resources, positive relationships, therapeutic counseling and practical aid.

Services:

  • Individual Therapy Sessions
  • Group Therapy
  • Life Skills Counseling
  • 12 Step Based Recovery Program
  • Case Management and Follow Up
  • Family Sessions
  • Intervention Services

Contact:
125 North 18th Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
717-230-9898
www.DayStarRecovery.com

 

 

Many Hands, guided by One Heart, transforming the lives of children, families, and older adults. Through diverse programs ranging from senior living services to adoption, from counseling and home care to youth services, our charitable mission is to serve our neighbor, regardless of faith, with gracious hospitality and care. Since 1868, we’ve been one of the nation’s larger social ministry organizations.

Services:
Counseling
Certified addictions counseling
Professional Education
Individual and Family therapy
Case management services
Family support services
Treatment team meetings
Support with community activities

CONTACT:
571 Mountain Road
P.O. Box 10
Boiling Springs, PA 17007-0010
Phone: (717) 960-6700
Fax: (717) 258-9408
E-mail: wildernesscenter@diakon.org
http://www.diakon.org/

Dickinson Center, Inc. (formerly known as Dickinson Mental Health Center, Inc.) is dedicated to advancing and providing quality behavioral health care services in the most accessible and effective manner possible.

Services:
Autism Program
Case management services
Drop-in Center
Emergency/Crisis Support
Employment support services
Family based services
Forensic Services
HOPE- School Outpatient
Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient
Children’s partial hospitalization program
Peer support services
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
Recovery Program
Employee Assistance Program
Total Health-Behavioral Health/Physical Health
& More!

CONTACT:
Dickinson Center, Inc.
43 Servidea Drive
Ridgway, PA 15853
814-776-2145
www.dickinsoncenter.org

Drug Free Workplace PA is a nonprofit organization that is funded by a grant from the PCCD.  We were established to help create and implement drug free workplace programs for Pennsylvania businesses. We are also tasked to educate Pennsylvanians on the dangers of drug abuse. Drug Free Workplace PA does this through both online trainings and in person trainings at schools, churches, rehabs, corporations, and any organization in need.

Services:
•Drug free workplace policy creation
•Training for supervisors and employees concerning the new policy
•Online self-paced training modules on the science of addiction, drug classification, mood disorders, and workplace issues
•Family Education Program to teach individuals about the dynamics of drug addiction in the family

Contact:
DrugFree Workplace PA
PO Box 4434
Harrisburg, PA 17111
717-454-3100
www.drugfreeworkplacepa.org

Deborah Coulston, MA, MATS, LMFT, is an experienced professional psychotherapist, marital and family therapist, expressive arts therapist and pioneer in the field of nutrition psychotherapy. With over 20 years of experience serving in clinical positions in hospitals, mental health agencies, crisis centers and as an alternative health care practitioner, she brings a diversified background to the practice of behavioral and integrative medicine. Ms. Coulston is well known for her work in the treatment field of eating disorders and weight management, and for her expertise in both childhood and adult trauma, as well as the field of addictionology.

CONTACT:
Counseling & Psychotherapy Services
Deborah Coulston, M.A., M.A.T.S., L.M.F.T.
717-558-8500 Ext.1
http://www.thefamilywellnesscenter.com/

The Foundation for Hope is a community outreach organization providing direct support and service to those affected by bullying, depression, or suicide.

Through education, awareness, and intervention, we strive to show that bullying is not a rite of passage, depression does not need to last forever, and life is too precious to lose.

SERVICES:
Support Groups
Free Certified Peer Specialists
24/7 Hotline
Community Trainings

CONTACT:
The Foundation for Hope
107 Locust St
Harrisburg, PA 17112
P: 855.HOPE.611
www.hope611.org
info@hope611.org

Welcome to Franklin Family Services (FFS)! We offer comprehensive psychiabutton_pptric services, diagnosis, treatment, and education for adults, adolescents, and children. FFS outpatient clinics, behavioral health, and family-based services are available throughout Central Pennsylvania. Our friendly office personnel help clients to feel welcome and valued.
The Franklin Family Services clinical team is committed to helping children, youth, and families achieve their potential through a balanced, healthy lifestyle. We provide diagnosis and treatment for a variety of disorders and conditions including, but not limited to, the following;

ADHD
Anxiety
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Bipolar Disorder
Childhood Behavioral Problem
Personality Disorders
Trauma and Abuse
Psychosis
Family Conflict
Depression

Contact:
816 Belvedere Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
Phone: 717.243.6500
Fax: 717.267.2316
Email: info@ffspa.com
http://www.ffspa.com

Our mission is to provide high quality and effective behavioral health, chemical dependency, forensic, consultative and employee assistance program services by competent, compassionate and experienced behavioral health professionals and administrative staff. We continually strive to raise the standard of quality of services provided to our clients and the surrounding communities.

We specialize in:
Individual, couples and family counseling
Pre-marital and marital counseling
Play therapy for children
Behavior therapy for fears, anxiety, depression and maladaptive behaviors
Vocational assessments, guidance and career changes
Crisis intervention
Hypnotherapy
Separation and divorce adjustment counseling
Child and spouse abuse therapy
Counseling of step families
Geriatric counseling
Custody evaluations and mediation
Divorce mediation
Psychological evaluations
Critical incident stress management
EMDR and Trauma

CONTACT:
412 Erford Road
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Phone: 1-717-732-2917
Fax: 1-717-732-5375
E-mail: info@GuidancePA.com
http://www.guidancepa.com/

Our heart and passion for the work of Guiding Hearts with Hope is to see families helped, to see lives changed and to see the hope of recovery become a reality for all who choose it. Many people still plagued by their dependency have made previous attempts at recovery. Our goal is to help broaden the recovery skills and develop individualized roadmaps to sustain the quality of an individual’s recovery while helping to build a network of professional and community supports to maintain long-term recovery goals.

Services:
Family Recovery
Bereavement

Contact:
Guiding Hearts With Hope
P.O. Box 485,
Hanover, PA 17331
Phone: 717-968-3083
Email: advocacymom@embarqmail.com
http://www.guidingheartswithhope.org

Hempfield Behavioral Health, Inc is the leading provider of evidence-based behavioral health prevention and treatment services in central Pennsylvania.  The mission of HBH is to take proven programs for the prevention or treatment of child abuse, delinquency, youth violence, school failure, and mental illness and implement them under actual community-based conditions.

Services:
MultiSystemic Therapy (MST)
MST-PSB – MultiSystemic Therapy for problematic sexual behavior
Hope Springs Farm
PATHS – Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies
Incredible Years Small Group Therapy
Communities that Care
Aggression Replacement Therapy
Peacemakers
Healthy Families Dauphin County

CONTACT:
2019 North 2nd Street
Harrisburg, PA 17102
717-221-8004
Fax: 717-221-8006
www.hempfieldpa.com/

Thank you for your interest in Hoffman Homes for Youth, a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility utilizing trauma-informed care to treat children with a serious mental health diagnosis.

Through the implementation of the Sanctuary Model we are creating organizational policies and implementing specific tools that create a therapeutic culture. The Sanctuary Model addresses the ways in which trauma, adversity, or chronic stress influence individual behavior and entire organizations.

Services:
Drug & Alcohol
Survivors of physical/sexual abuse
Grief & Loss
Trauma
Art therapy
Horticulture therapy
Pet therapy
Recreation therapy
Therapeutic Horsemanship

Contact:
Hoffman Homes for Youth
815 Orphanage Road
Littlestown, PA 17340
(717) 359-7148
(717) 359-2600 (Fax)
www.hoffmanhomes.com

TEENLINE is a comprehensive program providing a variety of mental health services for children, adolescents and their families. TEENLINE service includes:

Prevention – Workshops, presentations and trainings on a variety of mental health topics & educational materials

Intervention – 24-hour telephone helpline (717) 763-2345, Mental health assessments provided at Holy Spirit Hospital’s Behavioral Health Center, Information and referral to all necessary medical, mental health, drug and alcohol, and social services

Postvention – Assistance to area communities, schools and businesses following the death of an individual(s), Grief counseling to individuals, groups and families.

CONTACT:
Holy Spirit Hospital, TeenLine
503 North 21st Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011
717-763-2345
http://www.hsh.org/services/behavioral-health/teenline

In Him Christian Wellness is a non-profit business that seeks to incorporate a variety of services to promote integrated well-being that is tailored to the individual in regards to needs and duration. We are a faith-based agency. The Christian perspective is foundational to how we care for people. Prayer and Scripture are utilized according to the comfort level of each client. We are an evidenced-based practice, whereby interventions are based on what is considered to be best-practice for the issues presented. We focus on wellness, because people are not compartmentalized beings. Body, mind, and spirit are integrated and interactive aspects of life and each can significantly influence how a person thinks, feels, and behaves.

Services:
Counseling: Individual, Family, Marriage, Parenting, Outpatient and In-home, Skype, Free consultation for Church Leaders, Seminars and Retreats
Massage Services: Full body Swedish/relaxation, Deep tissue/Therapeutic, Chair massage
Pre-Martial Assessment

Contact:
In Him Christian Wellness
355N. 21st St.,
Camp Hill, PA  17055
717-766-0935
www.jonburchard.com

Keystone Human Services is committed to creating an environment where all people can grow, make choices, and be valued and contributing members of society. Keystone provides comprehensive community-based services for children, young people, adults, and families in the areas of intellectual disabilities, autism, mental health, early intervention, and children and family services, serving individuals and families in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Delaware, as well as Moldova.

All people learn and grow throughout their lives, and some will become independent, while others will lead meaningful lives with support. We believe that all human life is sacred, having equal and unconditional value. Join us as a volunteer, an employee, or an avid supporter of Keystone and help us advance the human spirit.

Services:

Capital Area Head Start
Intellectual Disabilities Services
International Services
Keystone Moldova
Keystone Autism Services
Key Human Services (Connecticut)
Mental Health Services
Susquehanna Service Dogs
& More

Contact:
124 Pine Street
Harrisburg, PA, 17101
Phone: 717-232-7509
Toll-Free 888-377-6504
mdehart @ keystonehumanservices.org
http://www.keystonehumanservices.org

Laurel Life understands behaviors can be a result of traumatic life experiences. Through this understanding, Laurel Life has assembled a dynamic array of services to promote healthier children, adolescents, and adults.

Services:
Brief Treatment
Behavior Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)
Family Based Mental Health Services
Juvenile Probation United with Mental Health Programming (JUMP)
Out Patient Therapy
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
Psychiatric Services
& More

Contact:
Laurel Life
7564 Brown’s Mill Road
Chambersburg, PA 17202
Phone: 717-375-4834
http://www.laurellife.org/

The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Center of Central PA is a volunteer-led effort to create a regionally representative community center that is both a location and a unifying point for central Pennsylvania’s large, diverse, and multi-county LGBT population.

The mission of the LGBT Center of Central PA is to create common ground for the LGBT community and allies in central Pennsylvania by providing services through educational, cultural, and community activities that foster wholeness.

Services:
Education and Advocacy programs
Women’s group
Book Club
Aging with Pride
Common Roads (youth program)

Contact:
1306 N 3rd Street,
Harrisburg, PA 17102
(717) 920-9534
www.centralpalgbtcenter.org

The Meadows, a 105-bed private behavioral health care facility on a spacious 52-acre rural campus, is located minutes outside State College in Central Pennsylvania. As an integrated behavioral health care delivery system, The Meadows provides comprehensive services to children, adolescents, adults and older adults. Each unit on campus is age appropriate to ensure specialized care for every age group. Offering a wide referral network of providers throughout Central Pennsylvania, The Meadows represents a regional specialty system structured to meet the continuum of care demanded by patients, professionals and payers.

Services:
Children Services
Adolescent Services
Adult Services
Stabilization Services
Inpatient & Outpatient Services

Contact:
The Meadows/UCBH
132 The Meadows Drive
Centre Hall, PA 16828
Appointments/Referrals: 1-800-641-7529
814-364-2161
www.themeadows.net
Brenda.fry@uhsinc.com

MHAPA, a nonprofit organization that reflects the ethnic and cultural diversity of the Commonwealth, works on behalf of the mental health of its citizens, instilling principles that facilitate recovery and resiliency of individuals and their families, through advocacy, education, and public policy.

Services:
Behavioral Health Navigators
Health Insurance Marketplace Navigators
Community Integration
External Advocates
I’m the Evidence
Mental Health Advance Directives

Contact:
Mental Health Association in Pennsylvania
4105 Derry Street, Lower Level
Harrisburg, PA 17111
Phone: 717-346-0549; Toll Free: 866-578-3659
Fax: 717-236-019
Email: info@mhapa.org
http://www.mhapa.org/

The MWAA is a non-profit corporation established June 2012, which focuses on prevention and early intervention of mental health issues. There are no paid staff and Board members are volunteers. The MWAA has four (4) programs to positively affect their vision and mission. All money derived from the programs is used to train more board members and others as Mental Health First Aid Trainers.

We envision a world that through public education values prevention and early intervention of mental health issues for the holistic health of the individual and society.

Services:
Mental Wellness Presentations
Mental Health First Aid Training
Mental Wellness Research Information
Mental Health Advance Directives

CONTACT:
Mental Wellness Awareness Association
25 Spruce Rd
Marysville, PA 17053
MWAA@MentalWellnessAwareness.org
717-957-3432
www.MentalWellnessAwareness.org

Migliore Treatment Services is focused on evidence based holistic treatment for those afflicted with the disease of addiction.  Migliore Treatment Services believes that addiction is a disease, not a moral failing, and should be treated with evidence based treatment as well as the use of Medication Assisted Treatment.  We believe that when a client comes to our facility for services that there is “No Wrong Door.”  We are a secular treatment facility that focuses on Co-Occurring, Trauma, Criminal Justice, and Addiction treatment.  Everyone’s path to recovery is their own path, it is the role of the provider to help motivate, treat all needs, and provide all the tools necessary for a successful recovery process.

Our Mission is to provide quality evidence based treatment to those who are afflicted with the disease of addiction, align client treatment through holistic approaches, meaning treatment for the whole self, have a “No Wrong Door Policy” so all clients are afforded a treatment opportunity that aligns with their needs, and ensure that clients are treated respectfully and will be afforded quality care during their course of treatment.

Services:

Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Specialty Populations:
Criminal Justice, Trauma, Co-Occurring Disorders, Gender Responsivity, Mobile Intensive Case Management, Medication Assisted Treatment – Vivitrol and Suboxone Maintenance

Self Management and Recovery Training

SMART Recovery is the leading self-empowering addiction recovery support group. Our participants learn tools for addiction recovery based on the latest scientific research and participate in a world-wide community which includes free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups.

Contact
60 South 41st Street
Harrisburg, Pa 17111
+1.717.963.7679
24 Hour Hotline Number 717-963-7666
miglioretreatmentservicesllc@yahoo.com
http://www.miglioretreatmentservicesllc.org/home.html

 

Minding Your Mind’s (MYM) primary objective is to provide mental health education to adolescents, teens and young adults, their parents, teachers and school administrators. Our goal is to reduce the stigma and destructive behaviors often associated with mental health issues and illnesses. Treatment is available, yet only 3 out of 10 individuals needing help actually seek help.

Services:
Mental Health Education Programs
Mental Health Prevention Programs
Community Mental Health Forum
Funding Research

CONTACT:
42 West Lancaster Avenue
Second Floor
Ardmore, PA 19003
Phone: (610) 642-3879
Fax: (610) 896-5704
www.MindingYourMind.org

NAMI PA Cumberland/Perry Counties’ mission is to provide emotional support and education for families and persons affected by mental illness. Through community collaboration, support groups, and educational offerings we advocate for a life of quality and dignity—one without discrimination—for all people affected by these illnesses.

Services:
Educational trainings
Mental health/illness advocacy
Support groups for individuals with mental illnesses and their loved ones.

Contact:
NAMI PA C/P
P.O. Box 527
Carlisle, PA 17013
(800) 223-0500

New Passages respects individual worth, varied life experiences, and personal truth. We recognize the collective search to attain emotional, physical, social, and spiritual balance. We are committed to providing each person with the safety, guidance, and tools necessary for this journey.

Services:
Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT)
Behavior Modification
Solution-Oriented / Pattern Interruption
Mind-Body
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
Hypnotherapy
Family Systems
Play Therapy
Brainspotting
& More

CONTACT:
3235 North Third Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: 717-234-3839
Fax: 717-234-6247
Email: passages@pa.net
http://www.newpassagesinc.com/

NHS offers a full range of integrated services in the areas of mental health, addictive diseases, autism, education, intellectual/developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, therapeutic family care and other specialized services. The NHS continuum of care allows individuals to access multiple services across disciplines, provides access to the most qualified professionals and assures the highest quality of care.

Services:
Autism
Addictions
Education
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Juvenile Justice
Mental Health
Specialized Services
Treatment Foster Care/Adoption

CONTACT:
620 E. Germantown Pike
Lafayette Hill, PA 19444
Phone: 1-888-647-0020 | 1-888-NHS-0020
http://www.nhsonline.org/

You may have known us previously as Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention Council. Thanks to people like you, who are willing to address suicide proactively, Feeling Blue has been able to grow from a small, local nonprofit into a major suicide prevention organization in the state of Pennsylvania, and one that is nationally recognized as well.

Our Mission: To provide education and collaborate with the community to prevent suicide, reduce the stigma associated with suicide, and support those touched by suicide.

Our Vision: The Coalition is a Commonwealth where every life is valued and every person has the support necessary to recognize and embrace their value.

Services:
Support for Survivors
Peer Support
QPR “Question, Persuade, Refer” Training
Networking with other Suicide Prevention initiatives

CONTACT:
Pennsylvania Adult/Older Adult Suicide Prevention Coalition
525 S. 29th St
Harrisburg, PA 17104
717-885-9161 (P)
717-303-3634 (F)
www.PreventSuicidePA.org

The Pennsylvania Clubhouse Coalition (PCC) is a non-profit organization of Clubhouses across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania committed to improving the quality of life and community integration of people experiencing mental health recovery. The model features work and membership as the primary methods for providing participants with increased opportunities in employment, housing, education, skill development and social activities. PCC Clubhouses follow the International Clubhouse Standards published by the International Center for Clubhouse Development (ICCD) www.iccd.org. Clubhouse members experience the process of mental health recovery through the personal empowerment achieved through Clubhouse membership. Above all, Clubhouses are a place of hope, possibility and recovery.

The Rights of Clubhouse Membership
A Guaranteed right to a place to belong
A Guaranteed right to a place to come
A Guaranteed right to meaningful work
A Guaranteed right to meaningful relationships

Contact:
Secretary
Martina Buffington
c/o Hidden River Clubhouse
1935 West Market Street
Pottsville, PA 17901

Phone: (877) 359-9483
Fax: (570) 581-6852
Email: buffingom@csgonline.org

http://paclubhouse.org

Pennsylvania Counseling Services provides counseling, therapy, addiction treatment and services for families and children in 10 counties in central Pennsylvania. PCS is dedicated to helping others by utilizing the method and manner which best fits the therapist and client. We approach our work and our world with professionalism, a variety of treatment approaches, flexibility and humor. We encourage individual styles within our operational structure because therapy is an art, and the road to healing a process which is different for each individual.

Services:
Mental Health Treatment – all ages
Psychiatric Treatment – all ages
Specialized Treatments (group and/or individual)
Drug and Alcohol – adult/adolescent
Assessment Services
School-based Services
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services
Truancy Prevention
Family Based Services
Multisystemic Therapy Services

CONTACT:
Find a clinic near you: www.pacounseling.com

The Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association (PMHCA) is a statewide member organization providing information, referrals and supports to people who are receiving services or in recovery from a mental illness in Pennsylvania.

Services:
Health Insurance Marketplace Navigator
Keystone Pride Recovery Initaitve
Recovery Initative Trainings
Community Support Program (CSP)
CSP Regional Service Area Planning
Forensic Peer Support
Mental Health Advance Directives
Leadership in Recovery
&  More

Contact:
Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association
4105 Derry Street
Harrisburg, PA 17111
717-564-4930 or 1-800-88PMHCA(76422)
Email: pmhca@pmhca.org
http://pmhca.org/

Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute (PPI) is committed to providing a wide range of high quality behavioral health services. PPI is dedicated to providing clinical excellence, diverse education, research, and community collaboration in a manner that evolves to meet the changing behavioral health care needs of the region.

Services:
Adult Programs
Child & Adolescent Programs
Mature Adult Programs
Mental Illness & Intellectual Disabilities
Hispanic Psychiatric Programs/Programas Hispanas
ElectroConvulsive Therapy (ECT)

CONTACT:
2501 North 3rd Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110
(717) 782-6420
https://www.ppimhs.org/

Who we are: The Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations – Alliance (PRO-A) is the statewide non-profit, 501(c)(3) grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to supporting individuals in recovery and educating the public on addiction and recovery. PRO-A provides no direct treatment or recovery support services, which uniquely qualifies PRO-A to carry out our mission statewide, free from real or perceived role conflicts in relation to our drug and alcohol service delivery system.

 Our vision: A strong statewide network of those concerned about addiction and committed to recovery, recovery community organizations, advocacy groups, family groups, drug and alcohol service system entities united in common purpose.

Our Mission: To mobilize, educate and advocate in order to eliminate the stigma and discrimination toward those affected by alcoholism and other drug addiction to ensure hope, health and justice for individuals, families and those in recovery.

Services:

The Recovery Institute Training Program
Technical Assistance
Webinars

Contact:
900 South Arlington Ave
Suite 254A Harrisburg, PA 17109
717.545.8929 | 800.858.6040
EMAIL Proa.Asst@Pro-A.Org
http://pro-a.org

The Pennsylvania Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative is a multi-system collaboration to reduce youth suicide.

Since the 1980s, Pennsylvania has made strong efforts to prevent youth suicide through programs such as the Student Assistance Program (SAP), Services for Teens at Risk (STAR-Center), the Yellow Ribbon Program, and a variety of other approaches in local areas. The Advisory Committee of the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) prioritized a state suicide prevention plan as one of the major goals for OMHSAS. A work group was formed and began to meet in July 2005. This prevention plan is a collaborative effort between those dedicated individuals from both the public and private sectors of our state. The work group strives to raise awareness about suicide and its prevention so that fewer Pennsylvanians experience the pain and grief resulting from the suicide death of a loved one.

CONTACT:
www.PAYSPI.org
www.PAYSPI.org/contact-us/

PerformCare is more than just a national, full-service, behavioral health managed care company. We aim to improve the quality of life for our members, promote recovery and resiliency, and work with our stakeholders to collaborate across our lines of services.

Our mission: We help people get care, stay well, and build healthy communities. We have a special concern for those who are poor.

Organizations that join PerformCare become more than clients; they become our partners. We know that our partners want fully integrated medical and behavioral benefits without added cost. Our unique partnership approach allows us to provide the service you need and the solutions you can trust- all while controlling costs.

CONTACT:
Perform Care
Clover Hill Business Park
8040 Carlson Rd,
Harrisburg PA 17112
P: 717.671.6500
Toll Free: 888.700.7370
F: 717.671.6521
solutions@performcare.com
www.performcare.org

Philhaven’s extensive expertise is applied to the challenge of ensuring high quality and cost effective services. We strive to provide individuals and their families with the skills and resources needed to live healthy, fulfilled lives within their families and communities.

Services:
Adult Programs
Children & Youth Programs
Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Marriage & Relationships
Senior Adults
Chaplaincy & Pastoral services

CONTACT:
283 South Butler Road
P.O. Box 550
Mount Gretna, PA 17064
717-273-8871
www.philhaven.org

Since 1832, Pressley Ridge has understood that all children can change and grow and that all family can use support. We help over 5,400 children and families annually through Educational Opportunities, Foster Care Connections, Residential Options, and Community-based Support with locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, as well as internationally in Portugal and Hungary.

Services:
Foster Care Connections are designed to create a nurturing home environment for children and youth. We provide family havens for safety, renewal, and return.

Residential Options create supportive places to practice new possibilities and life contributions that are based on strengths and unique gifts and help create productive lives.

Community-Based Support helps to strengthen and keep families together, to assist with educational resources, and to offer coaching and self-discovery – in homes, schools and communities, in the moment, and over time.

Educational Opportunities welcome kids into schools that start with their strengths – places of joy, belonging, confidence and generous contribution.

Contact:
121 Locust Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Phone: (717) 238-8118
Fax: (717) 238-8140
www.pressleyridge.org

Welcome to Pyramid Healthcare Rehabilitation Center. We provide treatment for adults and teens suffering from addiction or substance abuse, as well as individuals with mental health disorders. Our locations in western, central, and eastern Pennsylvania allow us to provide comprehensive care across the entire state to people with behavioral health issues.

Services:
Detox
Inpatient Residential Treatment
Outpatient Treatment
Dual Diagnosis
Mental Health
State-Licensed Academic Programs
Specialty Programs
& More

Contact:
Assessments/Admissions
Available 24/7
1-888-694-9996 (Toll-free in Pennsylvania)
http://www.pyramidhealthcarepa.com/

Rainey’s Light is dedicated to providing temporary financial assistance to young parents who are actively participating in their recovery from heroin addiction. Rainey’s Light may assist in the following ways:

  • Temporary child care expenses

  • Security deposits for apartment/home

  • Home necessities

  • Utility deposits

  • Clothing for interviews/employment

  • Emergency groceries

  • Reliable low cost vehicle purchases

  • Educational supplies

  • Bus passes to get to recovery meetings or employment

  • Other ways as necessary and as we are able

 

Contact:
http://www.raineyslight.org/contact

Retreat’s Mission

To provide a compassionate and spiritual environment where those suffering from the disease of addiction can begin the journey to recovery by providing enlightenment and education to the individual and their family.

Our experienced admissions team is available 24/7 and will assist patients and families with all aspects of the intake process. Retreat also offers courtesy ground transportation. Upon arrival, each patient is assigned a clinical team who works with their specific needs. This team is comprised of a Primary Therapist, Team Therapist, Team Treatment Technician, Outreach Specialist and Team Nurse. Patients will always have someone available to them from their clinical team during their entire length of stay. The Treatment Team will work on developing an individualized treatment plan as well as an aftercare plan that best suits their needs. Retreat also has a medical team led by our Medical Director who oversees the nurses, psychologists and LPNs; who are available at all times. Additionally, we have a Utilization Management team that works tirelessly to ensure patients remain in treatment as clinically appropriate.

Services:
Rehabilitation
Inpatient Detox
Family Education Program
Holistic Therapy
Specialized Programming
Outpatient Treatment
Partial Hospitalization Program
Intensive Outpatient Program

Contact:
http://retreataddictioncenters.com/contact-us/

We are a practice of clinical and community psychology, offering short-term, outcome-oriented treatment for behavioral and emotional problems. At Riverside , we do more than just talk. We help our clients find concrete solutions for their real-life problems.

We have successfully treated clients with a variety of problems, including:

Autism, Mental Retardation, and other Developmental Disabilities
Serious and Persistent Mental Illness
Anger, Aggression, and Self-Injury
Anxiety and Depression
Relationship Issues
Attention-Deficit and other Child Behavior Problems
Sexually Offensive Behavior
Brain Injury

We participate with the following insurance plans: Capital Blue Cross, Highmark Blue Shield, Aetna , United Behavioral Health, Magellan, Medicare, Medical Assistance (CBHNP).

CONTACT:
2818 Green Street, Harrisburg PA
Phone: (717) 238-6880
http://www.riversideassociatespc.com/

Roxbury Treatment Center is an inpatient behavioral health facility located in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania and has been the source of hope and healing for those suffering from substance abuse and mental illness since 1984. Our commitment and focus to each individual patient and their family is our top priority. Whether you are looking for treatment for yourself or a loved one, Roxbury is here to help.

Services:
Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment for Adults
Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment for Adolescents

Contact:
601 Roxbury Road,
Shippensburg PA 17257
Phone: 1-800-648-HOPE (4673)
Fax: 717-532-2109
http://www.roxburyhospital.com/

Safe Harbor Christian Counseling serves local communities by providing Christian-based, clinically sound counseling so that people experience the recovery of their hearts. Our unique approach to marriage counseling, family counseling and individual counseling includes offering an inviting atmosphere whereby a healing relationship is experienced in the counseling room.

CONTACT:
1400 Warm Spring Road
Chambersburg, PA 17201
717-264-0614
www.safeharbor1.com

Mission Statement: Providing cognitive behavioral therapy through a 12 step model by employing knowledgeable highly trained behavioral therapists who will identify and address individual patient needs in a safe and supportive environment.

Welcome to Safe Haven, located in the heart of York, Pennsylvania.  Safe Haven Treatment Services provides substance abuse therapy services through proven evidence based treatment modalities.  Safe Haven provides a continuum of care for those struggling with the disease of addiction.  We provide cognitive behavioral therapy in conjunction with a 12 Step model by employing knowledgeable highly trained behavioral therapists who will identify and address individual patient needs in a safe and supportive environment.  Safe Haven Treatment Services helps those afflicted with the disease of addiction build the foundation needed for a productive life in long term recovery.

Services:

Partial Hospitalization
Intensive Outpatient Program
Outpatient
Individual Therapy
Vivitrol

Contact:
486 W Market Street
York, PA 17401
Tel: 877-339-0355
http://www.safehavenyork.com/

The mission of Service Access & Management, Inc. is to help people throughout our service area enhance the quality of their lives by effectively and efficiently managing and/or providing needed, accessible and individually satisfying human services.

Services:
Mental Health Services
Intake Coordination
Intellectual Developmental Disability Support Coordination
Early Intervention
Representative Payee
Truancy Remediation
Housing Assistance
Long Term Living Services
Certified Peer Specialists
Mental Health Veterans Coordination
& More.

Contact:
Corporate Office
19 N. Sixth Street
Reading, PA 19601
Find your county office at www.sam-inc.org

In 2012, we co-founded the non-profit Someone To Tell It To, to create a safe place where anyone, with any issue, can reach out to unburden themselves and to share their story. It is our hope that Someone To Tell It To will enable others to find clarity, understanding and peace. We provide compassionate listening and a compassionate presence.

Services:
Public speaking, education, and advocacy
Active, compassionate listening

Contact:
434 West Caracas Avenue,
Hershey, PA 17033-1617
717.512.7763
www.someonetotellitto.org
michaelandtom@someonetotellitto.org

Southwood Psychiatric Hospital is dedicated to providing quality health, education, and assisted living services to troubled children and adolescents. Our vision includes planning and thoughtful provision of high quality care and educational services in a manner that promotes the mental health of patients, families, and community we serve.

Services:
Inpatient Hospitalization ages 4-18
Choices Residential Treatment Facility at Bridgeville
IDD/ASD Residential Treatment Facility at Canonsburg
Family Based Services
Educational Services
EPIC- education/prevention/intervention/consultants program

CONTACT:
Southwood Hospital
2575 Boyce Plaza Rd
Pittsburg, PA 15241
412-257-2290
www.Southwoodhospital.com

TrueNorth strives for excellence in behavioral health and wellness through comprehensive, preventative, and healing services. They work closely with clients to determine where help is needed. Together, we’ll work on developing a plan for mental and physical wellness. We are committed to helping you achieve personal wellness through programs and services that place you at the center of care. With an all-around approach, we help you reach for your goals by inspiring healthy living.

Services:
Counseling Services
Family
Children/Youth
Individual
Peer
Drug and Alcohol
Trauma
Emergency Crisis
Community Support

CONTACT:
For immediate help: 1-866-325-0339
Harrisburg
5351C Jaycee Avenue, Suite 1
Harrisburg, PA 17112
(717) 657-2080
http://truenorthwellness.org/

T. W. Ponessa & Associates Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic was established in 1991 and is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Department of Public Welfare.

The treatment team at T. W. Ponessa & Associates is dedicated to providing confidential, comprehensive assessment, intervention and treatment for individuals in all phases of life, pre-school through senior years, who are experiencing a variety of mental health concerns.

To schedule your first appointment, please call our intake screener at 1-800-437-5405

Services:
Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Services
Psychiatric Medical Services
School-Based Services
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services
Mental Health Outpatient Services
Children’s Acute Partial Hospitalization Program

Contact:
410 N. Prince St.
Lancaster, PA 17603
Phone (717) 560-7917

More locations at http://www.twponessa.com/services/#footer-locations

The White Deer Run Treatment Network includes 16 programs that provide a comprehensive continuum of treatment services for adults who are struggling with chemical dependency and certain co-occurring mental health disorders.

With locations throughout the state of Pennsylvania, the White Deer Run Treatment Network offers a wide range of options to ensure that individuals in crisis are able to receive the type and level of care that best meets their unique needs. Types and levels of treatment at our programs include medically monitored detoxification, residential rehabilitation, traditional outpatient program (OP), intensive outpatient program (IOP), partial hospitalization program (PHP), and gender-specific halfway houses.

Services:
Detoxification
Residential Rehabilitation
Partial Hospitalization Program
Intensive Outpatient Program
Outpatient Program
Halfway House

Contact:
877.907.6237
http://www.whitedeerrun.com

Susquehanna Valley Community Mental Health Services is dedicated to bringing quality mental health services to people who might not be able to access care otherwise.

Our Mission  To provide quality mental health services to people, regardless of their ability to pay.  We strive to treat each individual with respect and dignity, regardless of economic status, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or religious preference.

SERVICES:

Outpatient Mental Health, Trauma, and Substance Abuse Treatment Outpatient therapy is available for all ages.  We now offer services for children, adolescents, adults, and the geriatric population.

Bilingual Therapy Services We offer outpatient therapy with a bilingual (Spanish Speaking) therapist.

Group Therapy Groups are now forming for teens and co-occurring mental health and addictions.

Comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) DBT is available with a trained practitioner.  This program is a comprehensive DBT program, with individual therapy, group therapy, and phone coaching.  DBT for addictions is available as well.

Forensic Evaluations We provide quality forensic evaluations from a doctoral-level psychologist trained specifically in forensic assessment.  Evaluations for juvenile and criminal court are available.  Death penalty competence evaluations are not available at this time.

Competence Restoration We provide outpatient competence restoration services for juvenile and adult courts.  Psychological Evaluations Detailed diagnostic evaluations are also available for all ages.

Psychoeducational Evaluations We also provide psychoeducational evaluations for those seeking a second opinion on decisions made by the school district.


CONTACT:

(717) 739-6576
http://www.svcmhs.org/contact_us