|Agape-Satyagraha Training||Teach youth anger management, conflict resolution and problem solving skills.||Dauphin||First Church of the Brethren||Brethren Community Ministries |
|Alateen, Cumberland County||MUTUAL SUPPORT GROUP||Cumberland||Trinity Lutheran Church, Cumberland County||Al-Anon Family Groups|
|Allegheny County Camp Cadet||A free one-week residential camp designed to give youth a better understanding of law enforcement activities while living in an atmosphere similar to a police training academy. Emphasis is placed on improving self-discipline, building self-esteem and confidence through teamwork and making new friends. This camp is a mini version of a police academy; it is NOT a boot camp for troubled youth.
The day will consist of physical training (PT), followed by a morning run then the cadets will return to their quarters for personal hygiene and prepare for inspection. During the day various activities are scheduled including presentations by various agencies, a mock crime scene investigation, mock criminal trial and sporting activities.||Allegheny||Allegheny County Camp Cadet||Allegheny County Camp Cadet|
|American Childhood Cancer Organization - Educational and Emotional Support Materials||Provides books, journals, a medical play kit, Cozy Port-A-Cat and Comfort kit to families who have a child who has received childhood cancer diagnosis.
||American Childhood Cancer Organization||American Childhood Cancer Organization|
|AND Magazine||Provides opportunities to regional teens to particiapte in all phases of the magazine publishing process, to learn marketable skills and transferable skills as well as provide teens with a magazine that promotes healthy lifestyles and highlights opportunities available in Central Pennsylvania.||Dauphin||Jump Street||Jump Street|
|Berks County CASSP||Multisystem involved children and their families can request assistance in coordination of services.||Berks||Berks County Mental Health/ Developmental Disabilities Program and Berks County HealthChoices Program||Berks County Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities Program and Berks County HealthChoices Program|
|CAPPA Academic Enrichment / Performing Arts Showcase / Gang Prevention||The 11-month program uses evidence-based curriculums administered by staff, certified public school teachers and dedicated volunteer tutors/mentors from local area colleges. The program culminates each year in June with a professional stage production, the Annual Performing Arts Showcase featuring CAPPA participants at the Community Arts Center. The program is taped and televised throughout the summer months. Students involved in the Academic Enrichment/Performing Arts Showcase/Gang Prevention program demonstrate positive results in behavior and attitude as it relates to anti-social activities, academic performance, relationships with friends, self-concept and social-cultural enrichment.||Lycoming||CAPPA Academic Enrichment/Performing Arts Showcase/Gang Prevention||Community Alliance for Progressive Positive Action (CAPPA)|
|Child & Adolescent Partial Hospitalization||The Partial Program facilitates the transition from inpatient to home by offering on-campus day treatment in a comfortable setting.
* An on-campus program providing acute, structured, and short term treatment during the day
* Close psychiatric monitoring by a board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist
* Group therapy, skills training and psychoeducational groups
* Family education support groups
* Education in licensed on site classroom
* Multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals including master's level clinicians, allied therapist, certified special education teacher led by a psychiatrist
Transportation is provided for patients and can be arranged by our facility
||Clarion||Clarion Psychiatric Center||Clarion Psychiatric Center|
|Club Impact 2||Club Impact 2 includes children from the neighborhood and church who are aged four through fourteen. We meet every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30pm for games, snacks, and more importantly, to learn about God and how God would have us to live.||Cumberland||Baughman Memorial United Methodist Church||Baughman Memorial United Methodist Church|
|Community Counseling Center of Mercer County - Outpatient Drug and Alcohol - Hermitage - Multidimensional Family Therapy||Adolescents who have serious drug and alcohol concerns. A therapist provides treatment with the adolescent and their family in the home and other environments to promote abstinence and recovery. Considered and Intensive Outpatient level of care.||Mercer||Community Counseling Center of Mercer County - Drug and Alcohol Program||Community Counseling Center of Mercer County|
|Detox Program||Detox Program is a short-term program that offers a combination of medication and clinical services in a safe and supportive environment to help individuals manage their physical symptoms and reduce cravings while allowing them to participate in clinical services that promote behavior change. Detox Program utilizes medication assisted treatment (MAT) in the residential, non-hospital detoxification program.||*Main Site (Today, Inc.)||Today, INC. |
|Gaudenzia - Adolescent Services||Gaudenzia's adolescent services have been developed to address the treatment needs of teens seeking recovery from chemical dependency. Gaudenzia offers both residential and outpatient programs||Montgomery||Gaudenzia - Norristown Headquarters||Gaudenzia, Inc|
|Gaudenzia - Chambers Hill Adolescent Male Program||Adolescent male long term drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Provides inpatient treatment and aftercare planning; individual, group and family counseling; academic education; medical and family services; independent living skills and workshops.||Dauphin||Gaudenzia - Chambers Hill||Gaudenzia, Inc|
|Genesis House||* Drug and Alcohol assessments and outpatient substance abuse services for Adolescents & Adults.
* Individual counseling, Group counseling, Family counseling, Couples counseling
* Intensive outpatient for adults.
* Gambling counseling
||Dauphin||Genesis House Harrisburg||Genesis House Harrisburg |
|Hope Enterprises - Children's Development Center - TeenLink||TeenLink is a program that is designed to provide high school students with disabilities the opportunity to develop the necessary independent living skills such as cooking, cleaning, budgeting, accessing public transportation, and becoming self-reliant, to successfully make the move from school to independent living. The TeenLink program has several components designed to prepare the students for the demands of adult life and help them reach their highest level of independence.
The TeenLink Project is a partnership between the Children’s Development Center, the Center for Independent Living of Northcentral PA, and Montoursville School District to provide life skills training and experience for students with special needs.||Lycoming||Children's Development Center||Hope Enterprises|
|Joshua House Office||At-risk youth mentoring organization. The Joshua Group is a mentoring program for teenage youth. The program offers the following services: Educational support; Job searching skills; GED certificate training, goal setting; PA drivers license training; and guidance in implementing skills necessary for independent living plans.
||Dauphin||Joshua Group||Joshua Group|
|Lawrence County Community Action Partnership - Teambuilding Wellness Initiative||LCCAP implements various Teambuilding Physical Activities designed to improve not only the physical health of local teens but also their social/mental health. LCCAP implements interactive, physical, teambuilding activities for various schools, alternative education, and career and tech centers in Lawrence County. These physical activities although fun to complete are actually designed to assist and teach youth concepts related to Cooperation, Goal Setting, Communication, Problem Solving, Conflict Resolution, and Personal Challenge. Through active participation, youth improve social and emotional development in these areas. No income guidelines apply.||Lawrence||Lawrence County Community Action Partnership - Health and Education||Lawrence County Community Action Partnership|
|Make-A-Wish Foundation of Philadelphia - Northern Delaware and Susquehanna Valley||A network of volunteers enable the Make-A-Wish Foundation to serve children with life-threatening medical conditions. Volunteers serve as wish granters, fundraisers, special events assistants and in numerous other capacities.||Lancaster||Make-A-Wish Foundation of Philadelphia - Northern Delaware and Susquehanna Valley||Make-A-Wish Foundation of Philadelphia - Northern Delaware and Susquehanna Valley|
|Merakey - Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) - York and Adams||Provides a continuum of integrated mental health services as part of the community mental health system. Provides for optimal clinical care in the most appropriate setting for individual consumers. Services are established and evaluated based on their contributions toward meeting the community need. Provides wraparound services for children ages 3-21 who are diagnosed with a variety of mental health disorders who qualify for medical assistance. Services can be provided at home, school or in the community. Offers Mobile Therapy, Behavioral Specialists, therapeutic foster care for children with serious mental and/or behavioral problems who live in private homes where parents are highly trained and provides more intensive therapeutic support. Provides Foster care plus for children without serious mental/behavioral problems.
||York||Merakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions - York and Adams||Merakey Innovative Care and Education Solutions|
|Psychiatric Rehabilitation||Centre||CHAMPS||Cen-Clear Child Services|
|Safety Net Counseling - Psychiatric Day Treatment||Northumberland||Safety Net Counseling - Psychiatric Day Treatment||Safety Net Counseling|
|Safety Net Counseling - Wraparound Services||Northumberland||Safety Net Counseling - Wraparound Services||Safety Net Counseling|
|Sunshine Foundation - Wish Foundation||A private, non-profit organization that grants a wish or dream to terminally ill, chronically ill, abused children or physically challenged children, ages 3-18. Supported entirely by donations.||Bucks||Sunshine Foundation||Sunshine Foundation|
|Teen||Summer and winter activities include exercise classes, arts and crafts, golf and tennis lessons, basketball league and instruction, dodgeball, volleyball, hockey.||Dauphin||Lower Paxton Township Parks & Recreation||Lower Paxton Township Parks & Recreation |
|Teen Group||Teen Group, focusing on socialization, recreation and support and meets during the regular Chapter meetings - second Thursday of the month .
There will be 5 openings each month on a first come, first served basis
||Cumberland||Autism Society Greater Harrisburg Area||Autism Society Greater Harrisburg Area|
|Teen Treatment Programs - Chambersburg||Outpatient Treatment Program: Our outpatient treatment program provides therapy and counseling for teens who have completed a stay in a residential facility or who are struggling with substance abuse. We provide professional evaluation and treatment recommendations. Our outpatient program considers all factors that may contribute to teen addiction, and addresses these issues through individual, family, and group therapy, among other treatment strategies.||Franklin||Pyramid Healthcare - Chambersburg||Pyramid Healthcare|
|The Woodlands - Camp Bloom||The Woodlands is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children and young adults with disability and chronic illness. Using its fully accessible and barrier-free facilities, the Woodlands' programs enable participants to experience social, cultural, environmental, recreational and spiritual growth.
Camp Bloom is a 5-day, overnight, summer camp program for adolescents with and without disabilities, focusing on transition skills, social skills, communication skills, and peer interaction through sports, recreation, nutrition, and leadership activities. The program focuses on the development of transition skills and healthy lifestyles designed to develop the self-determination, empowerment, overall health and leadership for adolescents in transition.
The 32-acre site features: an indoor heated pool, 48-bed lodge, dining hall, creative arts and computer center, activity center, camping area, sports court, nature trail, amphitheater, and a par-3 adapted golf course.
Woodlands Programming focus on the following:
Socialization: To provide opportunities to increase peer socialization and utilization of social skills for healthy relationships through recreational experiences.
Independence: To provide opportunities to increase independence with self-care through practiving activities of daily living in a supported environment.
Recreation: To provide opportunities to increase participation in adapted recreational activities in a group environment.
Self-Perception: To provide opportunities to improve self-perception through positive recreational experiences.
Health/Wellness: To provide opportunities to increase physical fitness through adapted physical activity and healthy cooking activities.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Today, Inc.||TODAY, INC.||Today, INC. |
|Today, Inc.||TODAY, INC.||Today, INC. |
|Wrap Around Behavioral Health Services||Wrap Around Behavioral Health Services provide intensive treatment for serious emitional and behavioral problems. The program works in conjunction with the PATHS curriculum, and collaborates with parents, teachers, and youth to teach alternatives to problematic thoughts, feelings, or behavior and plans for maintenance of improvements when treatment staff are gradually replaced by other adults in the home, classroom or community.||Dauphin||Hempfield Behavioral Health Inc, Harrisburg||Hempfield Behavioral Health Inc|
|York Youth Symphony||The York Youth Symphony Orchestra is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping talented high school age musicians in the Greater York Area enhance their musical experience by providing an environment where they can practice and perform at the very highest level.
Established in 1957, the YYSO has continued to attract the very finest young musicians in the South Central Pennsylvania region. The orchestra is comprised of about 74 musicians, from grades 9 through 12, representing twenty school districts and home schooled students, mostly from York and Adams Counties.
The orchestra rehearses Saturday mornings at William Penn Senior High School from September through April. Each season the YYSO performs three public concerts at the William Penn Performing Arts Center and also two "educational" concerts at local elementary or middle schools.
Auditions are held each year in September.
||York||York Youth Symphony||York Youth Symphony|
|Youth||Daily summer activities include basketball, sports, playground program, golf lessons, day camp, tennis lessons; winter activities include babysitting certification, fitness, bowling and swimming.||Dauphin||Lower Paxton Township Parks & Recreation||Lower Paxton Township Parks & Recreation |