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Programs that provide diagnostic and treatment services for individuals whose psychiatric problems or other emotional difficulties are not severe enough to require 24-hour care but who can benefit from regular consultation and therapy with a mental health professional.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
American Association of SuicidologyListing of suicide prevention and crisis intervention agencies in USAAmerican Association SuicidologyAmerican Association Suicidology
Beacon Light - State College Office - Dual Diagnosis Treatment TeamThe Dual Diagnosis Treatment Team treats adults dually diagnosed with a mental illness and an intellectual disability by keeping them in their homes and communities. The psychiatrist-led team of clinicians provides assessment, medication management, crisis intervention, integrated case management, crisis intervention, integrated case management, and behavioral support planning to keep the individual from being placed in a state hospital or other long-term patient setting. The DDTT treatment model has a maximum length of stay of 18 months with a goal of achieving results within 12 months.LycomingBeacon Light - State College OfficeBeacon Light
Counseling ServicesWe pride ourselves on working with a wide variety of issues that include but not limited to: Family Therapy Adolescents Marriage and Relationship Counseling Depression/Anxiety Grief and Loss Trauma EMDR Therapy PTSD Gender and Sexuality Refugee Mental Health Compulsive Gambling We have particular experience in the sensitive arena that intersect with legal issues. They include: Collaborative Law Coaching Co-Parenting Counseling Reunification Therapy CumberlandBlanc Counseling ServicesBlanc Counseling Services
Crisis InterventionWalk-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. The mobile outreach service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing crisis intervention where the person in crisis is located. This service must be used in an emergency psychiatric or mental health crisis and involve a situation in which the client cannot or refuses to come to one of the crisis offices.CumberlandCarlisle Regional Hospital ERCumberland/Perry Mental Health and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Crisis InterventionTelephone Crisis servcies are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 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. The mobile outreach service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing crisis intervention where the person in crisis is located. This service must be used in an emergency psychiatric or mental health crisis and involve a situation in which the client cannot or refuses to come to one of the crisis offices.CumberlandHoly Spirit Hospital Crisis InterventionCumberland/Perry Mental Health and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Gaudenzia - Outpatient ServicesChoose from a variety of outpatient options including: Standard Services, Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Partial Hospitalization, and diversified prevention programs. MontgomeryGaudenzia - Norristown HeadquartersGaudenzia, Inc
Home Nursing Agency Adult Behavioral HealthHome Nursing Agency's Adult Behavioral Health Programs include: Adult Partial: •Psychiatric group therapy designed to increase independence and self-efficiency and reduce the need for inpatient treatment. •Individual goals are developed. •Interventions available are insight-oriented therapies (cognitive/behavioral); symptom management (depression, anxiety, thought disorders); skill building (anger management, assertiveness); coping skills; Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT); psycho-educational; psychotherapy; co-occurring disorders. •Medication management is also available for those individuals admitted to the program. Blended Case Management – Adults: •This program provides services to adults with a serious and persistent mental illness. •Services include assessment of strengths and needs, service/goal planning and referrals to resources. •Services also include coordinating and linking the individual to services and resources in the community. Drug & Alcohol: •Partial hospital, intensive outpatient, individual and group outpatient and aftercare to individuals in need of treatment for chemical dependency and abuse. •Group, individual and family sessions provide education regarding addiction, recovery issues and relapse prevention. •Twelve Step recovery programs are strongly encouraged, as an adjunct to treatment. •Co‐occurring treatment. •DUI Groups. Mobile Psych Rehab (MPR): •This program consists of two (2) separate services. These two services work individually and as a team toward recovery with the individual receiving services. •An RN works with individuals on medication management, symptom management, medication information, coping mechanisms, community resources and other applicable areas. •An MPR specialist works on coping mechanisms, goal planning, life skills training, community involvement, and many other areas to assist the individual in becoming independent. BlairHome Nursing Agency 500 East Chestnut Avenue Altoona PA OfficeHome Nursing Agency
Home Nursing Agency Family Behavioral HealthHome Nursing Agency's Family Behavioral Health Services include: Behavioral Health Rehab Services: •Psychological Evaluation – A psychological evaluation is completed to initiate services. The evaluation includes the child, a parent or family member. •Therapeutic Staff Support – Individualized service provided to children and their families. Therapeutic Staff Support Counselors work with child and family to accomplish goals established by the Interagency Service Planning Team. Interventions typically involve behavioral support to parents by providing strengthening based therapeutic interventions to the child and the family in the home, community and school. This service is intended to enhance traditional mental health services such as outpatient therapy. •Mobile Therapy – Masters level therapists provide home, school and community services to the individual and family through therapy. Mobile Therapy addresses goals as determined by the Interagency Service Planning Team and BHRS psychological evaluation. •Behavioral Specialist Consultation – Individualized comprehensive assessment of child’s behavior in home and school settings as well as any other setting in which the child has significant involvement. Goals and interventions are developed to increase desired behaviors and/or reduce problematic behaviors. The Behavior Specialist Consultant provides direction to the family and service providers in implementing the behavior modification plan. Center for Counseling: •Provides a broad range of behavioral health services to individuals and families. Group interventions available are insight– orientated therapies including cognitive behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), skill building, co-occurring, psycho‐therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Retraining (EMDR), Psycho‐educational, system management, art therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), drama therapy, art therapy, family therapy and medication management. Family Support Services: •Teaching and skill building in all life skill areas such as: nutrition, cooking, cleaning and community resources to promote independence. •Provide respite services to individuals with young children. BlairHome Nursing Agency 500 East Chestnut Avenue Altoona PA OfficeHome Nursing Agency
Human Services Center - McKeesport CollaborativeThe McKeesport Collaborative creates new linkages for women and children facing problems caused by substance abuse. Over fifty agencies work together, allowing participants to access many different services. Family Development Specialists guide the participant through the system to provide linkages and referrals to various agencies. The McKeesport Collaborative is dedicated to developing and improving services for women affected by substance abuse and their children. The Collaborative provides a continuum of care which includes substance abuse and mental health treatment, family support and child development programs, self sufficiency and housing. This system benefits people seeking services, service providers and the community at-large by improving efficiency, reducing duplication and providing an opportunity for planning and development.AlleghenyHuman Services CenterHuman Services Center
NHS Crawford - Behavioral Health for Children - MeadvilleNHS offers a continuum of care in behavioral health (includes mental health and addictive diseases), integrating services in both community and site based settings. These services provide a wide range of recovery focused treatment, services, and supports for children.CrawfordNHS CrawfordNHS
NHS Human Services - Behavioral Health for Children and Adults and Services for Older Adults - UniontownNHS offers a continuum of care in behavioral health (includes mental health and addictive diseases), integrating services in both community and site based settings. These services provide a wide range of recovery focused treatment, services, and supports for children and adults. Continuum of services to help seniors remain independent and in their own homes and communities as long as possible. NHS programs provide alternatives to nursing facilities.FayetteNHS FayetteNHS
NHS Human Services - Behavioral Health for Children and Adults - BadenBehavioral Support is based on a holistic, multimodal approach honoring the complexity of each individual. Behavior Support Professionals work with the individual, the family, and the team to develop the most appropriate support plan.BeaverNHS BeaverNHS
NHS Human Services - Behavioral Health for Children - LyndoraButlerNHS ButlerNHS
Outpatient servicesProvides office based individual and family therapy. Services children/adolescents and adults.DauphinTrueNorth Wellness Services, Harrisburg OfficeTrueNorth Wellness Services
Riverside AssociatesPsychological services including assessment and treatment for children and adults.DauphinRiverside Associates, PCRiverside Associates, PC
United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Services for Family Caregivers of Post 9/11 VeteransFamily Caregivers provide crucial support in caring for Veterans. VA recognizes that Family Caregivers in a home environment can enhance the health and well-being of Veterans under VA care. Additional VA services are now available to seriously injured post-9/11 Veterans and their Family Caregivers. Services Available to Family Caregivers through this Program include:
  • Monthly stipend,
  • Travel expenses (including lodging and per diem while accompanying Veterans undergoing care),
  • Access to health care insurance (if the Caregiver is not already entitled to care or services under a health care plan),
  • Mental health services and counseling,
  • Comprehensive VA Caregiver training provided by Easter Seals,
  • Respite care (not less than 30 days per year).
United States Department of Veterans AffairsUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs

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