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    Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of mental health/mental illness.

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    Behavioral HealthPositive Resolutions is dedicated to enriching the lives of mentally ill adults by focusing on reducing the barriers to reaching their fullest potential and establishing supportive partnerships in recovery-oriented settings. Positive Resolutions is designed to support optimal personal, spiritual and social growth by facilitating activities that focus on skill development, wellness, and independence in residential settings.*Main Site (Positive Resolutions)Positive Resolutions
    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
    Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services Crisis Counseling for Mental HealthProvides crisis counseling for mental health issuesFayetteCrisis Counseling for Mental Health/Substance AbuseChestnut Ridge Counseling Services
    Connellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLCProvides outpatient and in-home mental health services to children, adults and families.FayetteConnellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLCConnellsville Counseling and Psychological Services, LLC
    Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services - Office of Mental Health (OMH)Philadelphia’s Office of Mental Health (OMH) provides mental health services for more than 40,000 adults and children requiring medical, social, and educational services. The office provides these services through an extensive network of contracted provider agencies located throughout Philadelphia. This network of services includes: -11 community mental health centers -More than 30 specialized health agencies -5 crisis response centers -30 in-patient provider agencies In partnership with these contract providers, the Office of Mental Health offers a comprehensive range of behavioral health services. These services include: -Emergency and crisis intervention services -Rehabilitation programs -Individual and group counseling -Family support programs -Residential programs -Consumer-run servicesPhiladelphiaDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability - Philadelphia; Center CityDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services
    Department of Behavioral Health and Mental Retardation Services - Community Behavioral HealthCommunity Behavioral Health (CBH) is a not-for-profit 501c (3) corporation contracted by the City of Philadelphia to provide mental health and substance abuse services for Philadelphia County Medicaid recipients. Supported through state funding, CBH works in partnership with the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to provide vital behavioral health services. Today, CBH is responsible for providing behavioral health coverage for the City’s 420,000 Medicaid recipients. Its primary activities include: -Authorizing payment for behavioral health services -Requiring provider agencies to deliver effective and medically necessary services -Achieving management and operational efficiencies to lower healthcare costsPhiladelphiaDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability - Philadelphia; Center CityDepartment of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services
    Health Opportunity Purpose and EmpowermentAdults 18 or older with a mental health diagnosis, or co-ocurring illness , to offer support and encouragement in their recoveryBlairHealth Opportunity Purpose and EmpowermentHealth Opportunity Purpose and Empowerment
    Lawrence County C.A.R.E.S. CenterLawrence County C.A.R.E.S. Center is a behavioral health consumer and family support and resource center that serves the residents of Lawrence County. Services cover aspects of life from the basic needs in life to social, economical, educational, and supportive assistance.
    • The Next Step: A Drop-In Center is a central place for self-help, advocacy, education, and socialization. The Next Step Center provides an opportunity for socializing and networking that addresses the isolation felt by many, especially those in mental health recovery. The Next Step increases knowledge in community resources and allows individuals to learn from each other. We also provide recreational opportunities such as a pool table, video game systems, movie room, an indoor basketball court, and workout equipment. Please contact a Next Step Associate with any questions by pressing 2 when you call in.
    • The Lawrence County Client Satisfaction Team (CST) consists of consumers, parents, family members and persons in recovery. Our members regularly visit consumers of mental health and/or substance abuse services. We ask that they complete an anonymous survey regarding the services they receive. This information is gathered to ensure quality services are available to consumers in Lawrence County. We report our findings to the Lawrence County Mental Health/Disability Services Office, Value Behavioral Health, and the providers. Please contact Vickie at extension 105 regarding any CST questions.
    • Social Security's Representative Payee Program provides financial management for the Social Security and SSI payments of our beneficiaries who are struggling to manage their payments. Our Rep Payee works with her clients to ensure their needs are met as far as housing, utilities, personal care items, groceries, etc. This is done via careful budgeting each month to ensure financial needs are met. Please contact Tina at extension 113 regarding any Rep Payee Program questions.
    LawrencePatches PlaceLawrence County C.A.R.E.S. Center
    Mental Health Association of NWPA - Adult Mental HealthCommitted to recovery, empowerment, providing services that enhance adult mental health consumers' integration into the community.ErieMental Health Association of NWPAMental Health Association of NWPA
    Mental Health Association of NWPA - Warren State Hospital External Advocate Protection of human rights for any persons with mental illness hospitalized at Warren State Hospital. Services available to patients and families. Advocate is also available for consultation to Warren State Hospital staff and administration. Limited service is available to ex-patients who have returned to their communities.ErieMental Health Association of NWPAMental Health Association of NWPA
    Mental Health First Aid TrainingSeveral members are nationally certified as Mental Health First Aid Trainers. They have been training people to be Mental Health First Aiders since early 2009. There are adult and youth MHFA 8 hour courses which teach participants a five-step plan to assess a situation, select and implement intervention, and secure appropriate care for the individual. 8 hours of training = National Certification as Mental Health First AiderPerryMental Wellness Awareness AssociationMental Wellness Awareness Association
    National Alliance on Mental IllnessGrassroots mental health advocacy organization focuses on educating the public about mental illness to reduce the stigma associated with it, advocating for laws and policies supportive of individuals with mental illness and helping individuals with mental illness connect with support groups in their communities. National Alliance on Mental IllnessNational Alliance on Mental Illness
    National Empowerment Center - Information LineOffer information and technical assistance to promote recovery, empowerment, hope and healing to mental health consumers and survivors. They provide: - A national directory of support groups, drop-in centers and statewide organizations. - Staff for workshops and public speakingNational Empowerment CenterNational Empowerment Center
    National Guard of the United States - Psychological Health ProgramThe National Guard Psychological Health Program has Directors of Psychological Health in every State, Territory, and the District of Columbia to ensure you receive the care you deserve. On their website, you’ll find information and contacts to help you and your family build resiliency, including education to support overall wellness and support for family members and friends. To reach a Director Of Psychological Health in your area, please visit their website.United States Department of Defense, National Guard of the United StatesUnited States Department of Defense
    National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help ClearinghouseProvides information on mental health conditions and connects people with self-help resources, peer-run groups and other organizations or programs that serve people who have been diagnosed with mental health conditions.National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help ClearinghouseNational Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse
    New Story - Berks - Blended Case Management (BCM)Promote the use of community-based resources and assist individuals in utilizing the least restrictive level of care to meet their needs. Because each person is unique- services provided through this program are individualized to meet each person's physical, spiritual, vocational, and emotional needs. Will assist in accessing mental health services when and where they are needed. This service is available to enrolled individuals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.BerksNew Story - BerksSalisbury Behavioral Health
    Northwest Beacon GroupTreatment for mental health issuesErieNorthwest Beacon GroupNorthwest Beacon Group
    Service Access and Management - Blended Case Management for Children and AdultsCoordinates and assists in making appropriate referrals for essential services and monitors the overall delivery of services for individuals with a mental health diagnosisBerksService Access and Management - BerksService Access and Management - Headquarters
    Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services - Care Center - ButlerThe Transitional Care Center for Mental Health is a long term structured residence which resulted from a collaborative effort between the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Butler, Butler County MH/MR/D&A Program, and the Irene Stacy Community Mental Health Center, along with support from Armstrong County and Value Behavioral Health. A Long Term Structured Residence (LTSR) is a highly structured mental health treatment facility designed to serve people who are eligible for hospitalization but who can receive adequate care in the LTSR. The Transition Care Center may enable individuals to avoid State Hospitalization and recieve extended care within their community. Program:
    • 16 bed residential facility,
    • Serving individuals 18 years of age and older,
    • Serving individuals in need of support 24 hours a day, 7days per week,
    • Average length of stay is 6 to 12 months.
    Facility:
    • 100% ADA Compliance,
    • Common living and dining areas,
    • Exercise and activities room,
    • Computer lab,
    • Medical suite,
    • Private outdoor patio and greenspace,
    • Locked facility with 30-second delay.
    Admission:
    • An interagency team, including clinical professionals, reviews all cases and determines the appropriate clinical level of care for an individual referred to a supervised, residential setting.
    • The Transitional Care Center is funded with federal and state funds through the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
    ButlerSPHS CARE CenterSouthwestern Pennsylvania Human Services
    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
    The Well Family Life CenterA Christian Counseling Center & Community Outreach Center Mission: To assist and empower women affected by various social-economic factors; to provide counseling and training to families in crisis to develop stronger individuals as community assets Soaking Biblical Counseling Ministry Training Workshops for growth, personal fulfillment YorkThe Well Family Life CenterThe Well Family Life Center
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - Military Families Near and FarMilitary Families Near and Far is an initiative funded by the Department of Defense (DoD) and developed by the Sesame Workshop to provide military parents and their young children with multimedia educational resources to cope with the transitions of military life. The website offers the highly successful Talk, Listen, Connect portfolio of video skits with Muppet characters Elmo and Rosita portraying military children dealing with a variety of situations including having a parent deployed, homecomings where a parent has been injured, or the case of the death of a parent. The website also provides creative tools to improve parent-child communication by promoting self-expression of military children and through connecting the children with their deployed parent on a family-based social network. A family of mobile applications bring the resources and tools of Military Families Near and Far to the mobile environment. The Big Moving Adventure mobile app is an interactive story that emotionally prepares preschoolers for the common occurrence of military moves. The award-winning Feel Electric! mobile app teaches military children, through educational games, to identify feelings so they can more easily express their feelings related to the challenges of deployment. The Sesame Street for Military Families mobile application consolidates the Talk, Listen, Connect multimedia content for access by smartphones and tablets. Each of these DoD-funded resources were developed with the professional and educational knowledge of psychologists, child development, military life and technology experts. The Talk, Listen, Connect multimedia content has been shown to increase the confidence of young military parents and the well-being of their children through improved communication around the difficult topics related to deployments. United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - Military PathwaysMilitary Pathways is a Department of Defense website where you can take an anonymous mental health self-assessment test. If you represent a military unit, installation or DoD/VA organization that supports military members, veterans or their families you can also order program materials. The Department of Defense is offering the Military Pathways program as part of its ongoing support of military members and their families. The program is accessible online at http://www.militarymentalhealth.org. It provides free, anonymous mental health and alcohol self-assessments for veterans and family members and service personnel in all branches including the National Guard and Reserve. The Department of Defense and National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2.health.mil) provide these materials free of charge to support your military community. Ordering does not guarantee receipt of a product, as the demand is often greater than the inventory. Please provide as much detail as possible regarding your use of the products to help ensure receipt. Priority is given to Military Installations. We will contact you to confirm your order prior to sending it. Additionally, please be aware that feedback is required from you about how you utilized the materials if you receive a kit. You must complete this information within two weeks of using the kit. Failure to provide feedback may impact your ability to receive Military Pathways materials in the future. Military Pathways will no longer provide paper screening forms as part of our kits. If you would like to use paper screening forms, you may make copies from the Military Pathways Downloadable Materials page. United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Homeless Veterans Program: Mental Health Services for VeteransThe United States Department of Veterans Affairs is committed to ending Veteran homelessness by the end of 2015. No one who has served our country should ever go without a safe, stable place to call home. The entire department has put its energy and resources into ending Veteran homelessness. VA's programs provide individualized, comprehensive care to Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our Veterans return from service with wounds we cannot always see. VA is committed to providing our Veterans with the mental health services they deserve. Too often, the emotional scars of service can contribute to Veteran homelessness or place Veterans at risk of homelessness. VA offers many mental health services for Veterans to help them get back on their feet. VA provides a variety of programs and services that Veterans can take advantage of, including:
    • Domiciliary Care for Homeless Veterans (DCHV) Program Domiciliary care was initially established to provide services to economically-disadvantaged Veterans, and it remains committed to serving that group. The Domiciliary has evolved from a "Soldiers' Home" to become an active clinical rehabilitation and treatment program for male and female Veterans and domiciliary programs are now integrated with the Mental Health Residential Rehabilitation and Treatment Programs (MH RRTPs). Domiciliary Care for Homeless Veterans Program
    • Substance Use Disorder Treatment Enhancement Initiative VA’s Substance Use Disorder Treatment Enhancement Initiative provides substance use services in the community to aid homeless Veterans’ recovery.
    • Readjustment Counseling Service’s Vet Center Programs The Readjustment Counseling Service’s Vet Center Programs feature community-based locations and outreach activities that help to identify and match homeless Veterans with necessary services.
    • VA’s Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program VA’s Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program offers outreach, exams, treatment, referrals, and case management to Veterans who are homeless and dealing with mental health issues, including substance use. At more than 135 HCHV sites, trained, caring VA specialists provide the tools and support necessary for Veterans to get their lives on a better track. Call VA’s toll-free hotline or visit Learn more about the HCHV Program.
    Visit website for additional information on these programs.
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Homeless Veterans ProgramUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - Coaching into Carethe Veterans Health Administration's Coaching into Care provides a free and confidential coaching service to help callers discover new ways to support their Military Members with a goal of getting them into Mental Health treatment or learn of other resources to resolve issues. The Families of Soldiers and Veterans now have a chance to receive assistance and on-going follow-up with a Life Coach from the VA. Coaching Into Care is aimed to show the Family Member how to support their Military Member, with regular one-on-one ‘life coaching’ via phone, which provides the skills of communication, education, navigating the VA system, treatment options, how to positively deal with a Military Member’s resistance to treatment; use of web-based video training to understand causes and find solutions.United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - MIRECC and CoEUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Venango County Human Services - Mental Health/Intellectual Disability ServicesProvides services to both children and adults with mental health and intellectual disabilities. VenangoVenango County Department of Human Services - Main ComplexVenango County Department of Human Services
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System: Community Support Program/Mental Health Intensive Case Management ProgramVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Community Support Program/Mental Health Intensive Case Management Program (MHICM)works with veterans diagnosed with serious mental illness, helping them transition to community living and fostering independence and recovery. MHICM advocates a philosophy of recovery and rehabilitation. Veterans enrolled in this program have an assigned intensive case manager who has frequent contact with them through regular visits. The case manager will facilitate their integration into the community using natural support systems, such as family, landlords and employers, whenever possible. Our integrated, multidisciplinary team delivers services that provides intensive, flexible community support, improves health status by reducing psychiatric symptoms, and decreasing inpatient hospital use, focuses on recovery, and improves community adjustment, functioning and quality of life. AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - University Drive Campus: Community Residential CareVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Community Residential Care (CRC) program provides health care supervision to eligible Veterans who do not need acute hospital or skilled nursing home care but are unable to live independently due to mental health conditions or long-term chronic diseases and do not have family to provide such care. CRC provides:
    • Assistance with housing (Veterans can choose from residential group homes within 60 miles of the University Drive campus that are inspected annually by the CRC team),
    • Minimal assistance with activities of daily living,
    • 24-hour supervision as determined on an individual basis.
    AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    West Place Clubhouse Socialization and Recreation Club for Individuals with Mental Health DisabilitiesProvides recreational and socialization programs for individuals with mental health disabilitiesWestmorelandSocialization and Recreation Club for Individuals with Mental Health DisabilitiesWest Place Clubhouse

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