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1 Pennsylvania's Drug & Alcohol Treatment Programs for Women, Pregnant Women, and Women with Children Pennsylvania s Drug and Alcohol Programs for Women and Women with Children

2 Pennsylvania's Drug & Alcohol Treatment Programs for Women, Pregnant Women, and Women with Children TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Introduction Family Support Services Halfway House... 4 Outpatient & Intensive Outpatient Partial Hospitalization Residential - Women with Children Residential - Women only Shelter Training and Education Transitional Living Facility Alphabetical Listing..... Appendix A Listing by County.... Appendix B SCA Listing Appendix C

3 Introduction The Department of Health, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs (BDAP), in collaboration with Early Intervention Technical Assistance, is pleased to distribute this directory of drug and alcohol programs that offer specialized service(s) to Women, Pregnant Women, and Women with Children. This directory identifies licensed programs that provide gender-sensitive drug and alcohol treatment and services. The directory is organized by the type of service provided (i.e. Halfway House, Outpatient) as well as by the county in which the facility is located. Among the many unique features of gender-sensitive programs is the link between treatment provided to mothers and services provided to their children. These services, traditionally rendered in the long-term residential setting, are now offered across the continuum of care. At the outpatient, intensive outpatient, and partial levels of care, age appropriate prevention programs are frequently provided on-site while mothers are in counseling and/or group therapy sessions. In programs that are responsive to the needs of this population, therapeutic interventions for children are made available on site or by referral through cooperative agreements with other agencies. Due to the fluid nature of drug and alcohol treatment programs, it is difficult to maintain a current listing. Anyone seeking services should consult their local Single County Authority (SCA) to determine treatment program availability and eligibility for services. The SCA phone numbers and addresses are listed in the back of this directory for your convenience and reference. For additional copies of this directory, please contact: Pennsylvania Department of Health Research and Information Clearinghouse (PADOHRIC) at Early Intervention Technical Assistance (EITA) at , ext Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs (BDAP), Division of Treatment,

4 FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES Family support services target pregnant and post-partum women with supplemental services such as outreach, evaluation and referral, transportation and life skills to support and enhance recovery efforts.

5 Family Support Services Bucks M.O.M.S. Program Phone #: (215) Facility #: W. Swamp Road, Suite 12 Fax #: (215) Doylestown PA Address: Facility Director: Beverly J. Haberle Child Development Judy Weiss Mothers Overcoming Mood Altering Substances (MOMS) is an outreach program for women. It includes community based outreach workers whose goal is to intervene as soon as possible with pregnant women who have ATOD use, abuse or addiction problems with a special focus on IV drug using women. Any woman living in Bucks County who is pregnant or was recently pregnant, and has or is at risk for having a substance use disorder is eligible. Services include education, outreach, service identification and referral, in-home visitation, and case management. Cumberland/Perry/Dauphin/Lebanon Capitol Region Maternal Assistance Program Phone #: (717) Facility #: Holy Spirit Hospital, 210 Senate Ave., 4th Floor Fax #: (717) Camp Hill PA Address: Facility Director: Joyce Zandieh Services are targeted to pregnant or post-partum women. The focus of services is Intensive Case Management. Other services include: coordination of care; transportation to prenatal appointments, treatment programs and support groups; parenting and life skills programs; smoking cessation program; assistance with housing, educational and job goals. Services are provided in the client s home. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 1

6 Family Support Services Philadelphia Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc (Pograma Horizontes) Phone #: (215) Facility #: West Somerset Street Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Facility Director: Nicholas Torres Addiction services for adults, groups for men and women, and case management services for adults. Criteria: 18 yrs or older, history of abuse, addiction or are at risk. Endow-a-Home Phone #: (215) Facility #: N/A 3721 Midvale Avenue Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Facility Director: Cynthia W. Brooks Child Development Joyce Green Provides permanent scattered site housing for homeless, female-headed families with drug history and domestic violence history. The program's main focus is wrap-around case management. The goal of the program is self-sufficiency and home ownership. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 2

7 Family Support Services Westmoreland SPHS Behavioral Health Phone #: (724) Facility #: NA 203 South Maple Avenue Fax #: (724) Greensburg PA Address: Facility Director: Sue Soroko Child Development Melanie Beam This county-wide service provides assessment/referral and Intensive Case Management (ICM) to women and women with children who are abusing alcohol and other drugs. In addition, the intent of this service is to work with community Hospitals, Primary Care Physicians, and OB-GYN practices in order to assess identified patients and assist them in accessing needed treatment services. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 3

8 HALFWAY HOUSE Halfway House support provides a secure residential environment for women and women with children to develop recovery and life skills necessary for the transition to community life.

9 Halfway House Allegheny P.O.W.E.R. (PA Organization for Women in Early Recovery) Phone #: (412) Facility #: Church Street Fax #: (412) Pittsburgh PA Address: Facility Director: Rosa Davis Bed Capacity: 24 P.O.W.E.R. provides gender-specialized treatment and support for adult women in a halfway house setting. Specific treatment activities include: individual, group and art therapy; life skills education, including parenting classes; alcohol and other drug counseling and education; resource coordination; relapse prevention and after-care planning; support for 12-step participation; and follow-up. Bucks Libertae Phone #: (215) Facility #: Bensalem Boulevard Fax #: (215) Bensalem PA Address: Facility Director: Connie Bastek-Karasow 20 Women: Minimum 18 years of age. Dually Diagnosed (within parameters-individually assessed). Services to women include: Therapy: Individual and group therapy, emphasis on post-traumatic stress disorder, intensive family and parenting work. Comprehensive case management to include: work with the criminal justice system; economic empowerment (job readiness, training, employment, budgeting), housing, medical care, workshops, recreation and re-integration into the community. Our community approach empowers women to develop social skills through peer support and the Twelve Step Fellowship. Aftercare planning begins from point of admission and our Outreach Program, home visits post treatment, provides QA data and appropriate interventions. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 4

10 Halfway House Cambria County Cove Forge Renewal Center Phone #: (814) Facility #: Broad Street Fax #: (814) Johnstown PA Address: Information unavailable Facility Director: Marsha Zablotney Bed Capacity: 25 The focus of the Renewal Center is to assist clients in developing skills and self-motivation they need to successfully adjust to a drug-free lifestyle. The treatment is designed specifically for adult females who are chemically dependent and those who are dually diagnosed. The women receive daily instruction and practice in skills needed to develop positive life goals and responsibility. Services include drug and alcohol counseling and education, family education, vocational services and access to community resources. Centre Pine Ridge Manor Phone #: (814) Facility #: Port Matilda Highway Fax #: (814) Phillipsburg PA Address: Information unavailable Facility Director: Amy Marten Shanefelt Bed Capacity: 25 This is a structured program addressing women's issues through individual and group therapy, parenting classes, GED and employment preparation, domestic violence/sexual abuse groups and individual counseling, mental health education, and regular psychiatrist visits. Using a level system, the ladies build a foundation for recovery and gradually integrate into the community as productive individuals. The program is designed to help women with dual diagnosis. No client is excluded due to their psychiatric diagnosis or medication. We also accept pregnant women and women with HIV. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 5

11 Halfway House Dauphin Evergreen House Phone #: (717) Facility #: Evergreen Street Fax #: (717) Harrisburg PA Address: Facility Director: Lydia Porter Bed Capacity: Women - 14, plus pregnant women On-site services: Individual, group and family counseling, nutrition education, budgeting, household management, and HIV education. Off-site Services: Attendance at self-help groups, GED and literacy training, vocational training, housing referrals and child care referrals during working hours. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 6

12 Halfway House Erie Community House, Inc. Phone #: (814) Facility #: West 7th Street Fax #: (814) Erie PA Address: Facility Director: Kathleen Pae Bed Capacity: 14 Adults and 28 Children The Halfway House program provides a safe, supportive and substance-free home for women who have completed an intensive treatment program in the past year and are actively seeking recovery. Services are provided to women who may be pregnant, single or with children. A mother can bring up to two children under the age of 12. The goals of the program are as follows: recovery maintenance, employment, schooling, establishing independent living, parenting skills and interpersonal growth skills. Issues addressed include relationships, parenting, shame and guilt, codependency, vocational skills, daily living skills. Services provided are: peer groups, therapy groups, educational groups, domestic violence groups, responsibility, assertiveness and life skills, such as resume writing, interview skills and budgeting. Also includes HIV/AIDS education and other health related topics. Legal services office offers other educational groups. Clients are assessed for mental health needs, housing needs, and are provided on-site Rape/Crisis services as appropriate. ADDITIONAL SERVICES: The Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient programs offer organized treatment services which provide structured psychoeducational tracks and client stability through therapeutic activity, individualized treatment planning, and life skills education, including parenting skills. All clients are involved in a follow-up program, which may include in-home intervention. Pregnant women are given priority. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 7

13 Halfway House Fayette Another Way Phone #: Facility #: West Main Street Fax #: (724) Uniontown PA Address: Facility Director: William Milliron, PhD Bed Capacity: 25 Another Way is for women age 21 and over, recovering from drug and alcohol addictions and located in a beautiful facility on 200 acres of land. Services include: group therapy, individual therapy, education, assertiveness and self-esteem counseling, art therapy, AA/NA meetings, work therapy, life skills training, family reunification, holistic approach to recovery, professional, highly trained staff. We do accept pregnant women. The facilty is handicap accessible, including an elevator. Lancaster Gatehouse for Women Phone #: (717) Facility #: West Main Street Fax #: (717) Mountville PA Address: Facility Director: Mary Light Capacity: 20 A women only halfway house emphasizing the development of recovery skills necessary for transition into community living. Services provided include individual and group counseling, treatment planning, family education, referrals to community resources and encouragement of active involvement in community self-help group meetings. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 8

14 Halfway House Lawrence Highland House Phone #: (724) Facility #: Highland Avenue Fax #: (724) New Castle PA Address: Facility Director: Marilyn Plotts Capacity: 16 Program addresses issues which are gender specific to women in recovery. Issues include: physical/sexual abuse, single parenting, lack of education, employment, stereotypical sex roles, divorce and codependency. Services include: individual and group therapy, psychoeducational groups, life skills training, nutritional and health education, vocational/educational assessment, education/job training referrals, money management skills, support for self-help group participation, family counseling/education, stress management/relaxation, relapse prevention, medical/dental referrals, social/recreational activities, housing referral, follow-up/aftercare support services, community outreach/education. Washington Abstinent Living at The Turning Point Phone #: (724) Facility #: North Main Street Fax #: (724) Washington PA Address: Facility Director: Patricia J. Lutz Child Development N/A Bed Capacity: 16 Halfway House for adult women, age 18 and above, will accept Mental Illness and Substance Abuse (MISA) clients. Eating disorders a specialty for secondary diagnosis. Offers all services consistent with Halfway House service description. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 9

15 OUTPATIENT & INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAMS FOR WOMEN & WOMEN WITH CHILDREN Outpatient Programs for Women and Women with Children provide clinic-based outpatient rehabilitative services combined with other services such as therapeutic childcare or prevention services for children. Treatment plan goals often focus on parenting and skill building, which support family stability.

16 Outpatient Allegheny Family Links Phone #: (412) Facility #: Shady Avenue Fax #: (412) Pittsburgh PA Address: Information unavailable Facility Director: Darlene Cridlin, LCSW These centers are located in the following areas: Shadyside, Millvale, Clairton, Wilkensburg, and Banksville Experience & Sensitivity to the gender specific issues of women in recovery. Skilled in working with adolescents with substance abuse issues, HIV/AIDS, prevention and education. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 10

17 Outpatient Allegheny Mon Yough Women, Children and Adolescent Services Phone #: (412) Facility #: Walnut Street, 2nd Floor Fax #: (412) McKeesport PA Address: Facility Director: James Andrews LICSW, DCFC Child Development Dr. Amer Qureshi Women, Children and Adolescent Services is a program for women, children and adolescents whose lives have been affected by addiction or mental health problems. We also specialize in the complicated continuum of abuse: emotional, verbal, financial, physical, and sexual abuse, as well as neglect. Our dedicated staff provides intensive, gender and age specific services including individual, group, and family therapy. We also offer prevention services to schools and surrounding communities. Case management services are available through our Base Service Unit. We have both child/adolescent and adult psychiatrists on staff. In addition, we provide adult and adolescent assessments for a number of agencies including CYF and local school districts. It is our goal to individualize treatment for each woman, child and adolescent whom request services. Specific program services include: Individual, group and family therapy Gender specific treatment for women Treatment for children and adolescents Psychiatric care/medication management School & Community prevention School based services Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 11

18 Outpatient Allegheny P.O.W.E.R. (PA Organization for Women in Early Recovery) Phone #: (412) Facility #: Fifth Avenue Commons, 905 Watson Street Fax #: (412) Pittsburgh PA Address: Facility Director: Rosa Davis P.O.W.E.R. provides outpatient treatment and intensive outpatient programming (IOP), both designed to address gender-specific issues that impact women and their families. Specific services include individual and group therapy, expressive writing, resource coordination, relapse prevention and aftercare planning, and life skills education groups that include parenting training and a special track for older adult women experiencing life transition issues. The program serves adult women who are at least 18 years old, and accepts women who are pregnant, parenting, dually-diagnosed, and Court-committed. Flexible day and evening hours are available and services may be provided in Spanish. WPIC Perinatal Addiction Center Phone #: (412) Facility #: Penn Avenue, Suite 202 Fax #: (412) Pittsburgh PA Address: Information unavailable Facility Director: Jan Kusserow, RN, BSN Program provides coordinated services to children and families of women who use alcohol, tobacco and other drugs during pregnancy. PAC provides rehabilitative outpatient treatment with on-site therapeutic child care in combination with in-home services of community outreach and child development follow-up. Case management includes coordinating inpatient, supportive, medical and psychiatric services as indicated. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 12

19 Outpatient Carbon Carbon/Monroe/Pike D/A Commission, Inc. Phone #: (610) Facility #: South First Street Fax #: (610) Lehighton PA Address: Facility Director: Richard L. Mroczka, M.S. On site outpatient, female gender-specific, co-dependency group. Centre Clear Concepts Counseling Phone #: (814) Facility #: West High Street Fax #: (814) Bellefonte PA Address: Facility Director: David King Child Development Jill Pecht Services offered include individual, group and family therapies, MISA issues, adjustment to disability, after school programs, summer youth programs, vocational/career counseling, nutrition education/ wellness program, parenting groups and classes, prevention programs, relapse prevention, specialized programs geared to meet specific groups. ADDITIONAL SERVICES OFFERED: Intensive Outpatient and Partial, MH counseling, SAP, EAP, Sex Offenders Programs, Training/Consulting Services. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 13

20 Outpatient Chester Riverside Care Phone #: (610) Facility #: Harmony Street Fax #: (610) Coatesville PA Address: Facility Director: Cynthia Hohl Outpatient and partial treatment for both men and women. Provides ongoing women only therapeutic groups on Fridays 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, and Tuesdays 6:00-8:00 PM. Will refer pregnant clients to prenatal care. Crawford Crawford County Drug and Alcohol Phone #: (814) Facility #: Exec. Commission, Downtown Mall Fax #: (814) Meadville PA Address: Facility Director: Deborah Wagner The Women's Program at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol Executive Commission (CCDAEC) offers education, prevention, intervention and treatment for women and adolescent females who have a primary diagnosis of a Substance Use Disorder and/or co-dependency. Adult women receive a minimum of two groups weekly: one is a women-only on-going group addressing abuse, sexuality, parenting, healthcare, co-dependency; the other is one of a series of education-process groups on relevant recovery life-management topics, including relationships, stress management, spirituality, nutrition and leisure, etc. Additionally, individual sessions are provided either weekly or bi-weekly to increase opportunities for discussion of individual issues. Adolescent females are offered a series of age-appropriate education-process groups in a coed manner while weekly individual sessions address more sensitive issues of abuse, sexuality, etc. Access to both programs is through an assessment provided by CCDAEC's Case Management office. Prevention, pre-treatment/intervention, outpatient, and intensive outpatient levels of care are provided. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 14

21 Outpatient Juniata Clear Concepts Counseling Phone #: (717) Facility #: RR 4, Box 750, Cedar Spring Road Fax #: (717) Mifflintown PA Address: Facility Director: David King Child Development Sharon Schott Services offered include individual, group and family therapies, MISA issues, adjustment to disability, after school programs, summer youth programs, vocational/career counseling, nutrition education/ wellness program, parenting groups and classes, prevention programs, relapse prevention, specialized programs geared to meet specific groups. ADDITIONAL SERVICES OFFERED: Intensive Outpatient, MH counseling, SAP, EAP, Sex Offenders Programs, Training/Consulting Services. Lackawanna Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services Phone #: (570) Facility #: North Washington Avenue Fax #: (570) Scranton PA Address: Facility Director: Kevin McLaughlin, LSW Women's Day at DATS, is offered on Wednesdays from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Child Care services are provided for women participating in treatment. Age-appropriate educational and prevention activities are offered for children through the Prevention Coordinator of the Voluntary Action Center of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 15

22 Outpatient Mifflin Clear Concepts Counseling Phone #: (717) Facility #: North Main Street Fax #: (717) Lewistown PA Address: Facility Director: Mike Grabill Child Development Jill Pecht Program is responsive to the needs of women with children. Services offered are: individual, group, and family therapies, MISA issues, adjustment to disability, after school programs, summer youth programs, vocational/career counseling, nutrition education/wellness program, parenting groups and classes, prevention programs, relapse prevention, specialized programs geared to meet specific groups. ADDITIONAL SERVICES OFFERED: Intensive Outpatient and Partial, Mental Health Counseling, SAP, EAP, Sex Offenders Program, and Training/Consulting Services. Monroe Carbon/Monroe/Pike D/A Commission, Inc. Phone #: (570) Facility #: Penn Square, 724 Phillips St. Suite A Fax #: (570) Stroudsburg PA Address: Facility Director: Joseph Guardiani On site, outpatient, female gender-specific, co-dependency Group. Off-site, community intervention, female gender-specific, drug and alcohol intervention group held at the Monroe County Correctional Facility. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 16

23 Outpatient Northumberland Gaudenzia at Sunbury Phone #: (570) Facility #: North Fourth Street Fax #: (570) Sunbury PA Address: Facility Director: Mary Gomez Individual, group and family counseling as appropriate. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 17

24 Outpatient Philadelphia A New Life: RW Brown Community Center Phone #: (215) Facility #: N. 8th Street Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Information unavailable Facility Director: Wendy Levin A community-based program serving pregnant women and women with children. Women admitted have a primary addiction to cocaine and enter the program pregnant or with an infant. Family preservation services help keep the infant in the mother's care, while family reunification services help mothers reunite with older children. Women and infants move to mentor homes in the community for three months while attending day treatment at R.W. Brown; they later move to outpatient services and transitional housing. CHANCES Phone #: (215) Facility #: Callowhill Street, Suite 102 Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Facility Director: Beth Shuman, MSW, LCSW Child Development Karen Johnson CHANCES is an outpatient and intensive outpatient provider for women with children. It provides individual and group counseling, psychiatric services, addictions education, on-site children's program, GED preparation, health and nutrition classes, self-esteem classes, parenting education and activities, life skills and integrated job training, case management, HIV counseling and testing referrals, and alumni groups. Child development specialist available. EHCOS (Episcopal Hospital Cocaine Outreach Services), TUH Phone #: (215) Facility #: East Lehigh Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Facility Director: Sharon Taylor EHCOS is an outreach/support component to the Outpatient Substance Abuse Program at Beacon House. High-risk pregnancies are targeted through the prenatal clinic and maternity units at Espicopal Hospital and Temple Affiliates. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 18

25 Outpatient Philadelphia Family Preservation Program (The Consortium) Phone #: (215) Facility #: Chester Avenue Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Information unavailable Facility Director: Consuela Hunter-Burno Child Development Janice Span (Care spec.) This program is open to women, 18 years of age or older, and their children. The purpose of the Family Preservation Program is to provide counseling, encouragement and supportive services to traumatized families affected by chemical dependency. The goal is to enable clients and their families to develop and become self-sufficient and pursue a healthy lifestyle. Treatment includes: individual, group and family therapy; psychiatric monitoring, medication monitoring, and HIV/AIDS testing and counseling. Child care is provided. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 19

26 Outpatient Philadelphia MATER-Family Center Phone #: (215) Facility #: Chestnut Street, 11th Floor Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Facility Director: Kate Vandegrift, MA, CAC Child Development Nikole Papas MATER/Family Center/Thomas Jefferson University provides comprehensive Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Medicated Assisted treatment services for substance-abusing pregnant and parenting women with specialized services to pregnant opiate addicted women. Services provided include: Medical and Obstetrical Service Individual, Group and Family Therapy Addiction Counseling and Education Methadone Maintenance HIV Counseling and Testing Psychiatric Services 12-Step Meetings Case Management Parenting Education Developmental Programs for Children Parent-child Activities Child-Care Services Specialized groups on women's issues Clinical Director: Sarah Podolin, LSW Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 20

27 Outpatient Philadelphia Northeast Treatment Center Phone #: (215) Facility #: N. 5th Street-Suite B Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Information unavailable Facility Director: Chris Sweeney Northeast Treatment Center's Spring Garden counseling Center provides a women only program for women over the age of 18 with co-occurring disorders, victimized by childhood neglect, abuse, sexual trauma and trauma associated with violence, including battery and rape. The intensive outpatient experience provides a three-phase process geared toward maintaining and achieving sobriety, maintaining affective stability, resolution of interpersonal and intrapersonal conflict, and initiating trauma recovery process that will be recognized as an ongoing process. Services provided include: Individual and group therapy Psyciatric evaluation and consultation Family/Couple counseling Parenting education Anger management Day-care options Female sexuality Family planning Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 21

28 Outpatient Philadelphia The Caring Together Program Phone #: (215) Facility #: Henry Avenue, APH Second Floor Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Facility Director: Dr. Barbara Schindler Child Development Fayetta McMillion, BA An outpatient substance abuse treatment program for women and women with children. We specialize in dual diagnosis and women who are survivors of traumatic events. The program offers individual, group and family (mother/child) counseling, psychiatric evaluation and treatment including medication monitoring, onsite Domestic Violence individual/group counseling and HIV testing and counseling. Case management services also offered for referrals for pediatric care, medical referrals, literacy and E&T, as well as assistance with housing and benefits applications. Individual and group parent education, child care, early childhood education assessment, intervention, prevention and referral are also offered. Women's World (WES Health Centers) Phone #: (215) Facility #: Windrim Avenue Fax #: (215) Philadelphia PA Address: Facility Director: Danielle Massey-Hill Child Development Quanda Cupit Program provides various forms of outpatient services for addicted women with children. Clients must attend three days weekly. Attendance to group and individual sessions required. Women's World accepts women ages 19 and older, with a history of substance use/abuse. On site care provided to children ages 0-4 1/2 years. Treatment includes, but not limited to: Movement Therapy, trauma therapy, education regarding health problems associated with substance abuse, mental health evaluation and medication management, HIV testing and counseling, AIDS education, relapse prevention, Step work, group therapy, and life skills. Case management services including home visits, and assistance with outside resource. Services available for family assistance to those women with school aged children in the home. Assistance to parents: with teen parents, child development testing, early childhood issues, referrals and resource coordination. Lunch and transportation provided. Women and Children s Services Pennsylvania Department of Health - Page 22

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