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1 SOUTHEAST REGIONAL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES REGIONAL RESOURCE GUIDE Bucks County Chester County Delaware County Montgomery County Philadelphia County UPDATED: October 2011 Compiled by SOUTHEAST REGIONAL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES COORDINATION OFFICE For further information and resources:

2 This Resource Guide is a compilation of the 5 Southeast Counties Mental Health Programs resource listings. Much of the information has been gathered with the intention to share and provide information to the user in order to access mental health resource information in the County of interest. Individual s names and contacts are also listed as identified by the Counties &/or the Service Agencies for purposes of gathering further information about the service and supports provided. Additional information about the County Mental Health Programs and support agencies can be found on the Counties web pages or web pages of specific agencies as listed. Additional information can also be found at: Sincerely, SE Regional Mental Health Services Coordination Office

3 INDEX TERMS OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AND SUPPORTS...4 CHIPP COORDINATOR CONTACT LIST 9 BUCKS COUNTY RESOURCES..10 CHESTER COUNTY RESOURCES.15 DELAWARE COUNTY RESOURCES.20 MONTGOMERY COUNTY RESOURCES...44 PHILADELPHIA COUNTY RESOURCES...71

4 This document is a compilation of mental health residential programs and support services offered through the County Mental Health Programs. Each County has provided this information which was brought together in this Mental Health Residential Resource Guide. The following are terms related to residential services within the five Southeast Counties. They are divided into the following categories (1) types of residential programs; (2) specialty services; and (3) special populations. Each program definition contains an indication of whether the program is intended to be permanent or transitional and whether it is typically licensed or unlicensed. Programs are presented in alphabetical order. Non Residential Ancillary Services are also defined. Types of Residential Programs Psychosocial Rehabilitation Focus Assisted Living. This designation is for settings that provide a continuum of service from independent living to 24-hour support depending on the needs of the residents. These programs are not licensed. They are intended to be permanent. Community Residential Service (CRR). This program is licensed by OMHSAS under Title 55, Chapter Unless defined as a Maximum CRR, which has 24 hour per day staff coverage, a CRR provides a range of staff support of less than 24 hours per day. This program is intended to be transitional, with individuals moving to another level of care. Domiciliary Care. This program is licensed by the Department of Aging under Title 6, Chapter 21. The maximum size is three people. This is a generic program available to individuals with a range of disabilities (not just mental illness) or to individuals who are elderly. The proprietor provides services to the residents that are similar to those available in Personal Care Boarding Homes, described below. These programs are usually intended to be permanent Family Living. This is placement in a home with a family of any size, not necessarily related individuals. One member of the family is identified as the primary support staff person for the resident. When adults are served, family living is generally not licensed. When children are served, it is licensed by OMHSAS as Host Home under Title 55, Chapter 3510 (CRR). These programs may be permanent or transitional. Halfway House. This is a D&A model. Currently it is used only for individuals with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse (MISA). Up to 20 hours per week of on site staff support is available. It is licensed by the Department of Health as an Inpatient Non-Hospital Program, under Title 28, Chapters 704 and 709. These programs are intended to be transitional. Long Term Structured Residence (LTSR). This program is licensed by OMHSAS under Title 55, Chapter It provides 24 hour, intensive staff support. In the Southeast Region, it is always a secure setting, even though the licensing regulations allow for open settings. LTSR has a maximum of 16 beds. These programs are usually intended to be permanent placements. Personal Care Boarding Homes (PCBH). This program is licensed by the Department of Public Welfare under Title 55, Chapter The minimum size is four people. There is no maximum size. This is a generic program, available to individuals with a range of disabilities (not just mental illness) or to individuals who are elderly. It provides assistance in four areas: activities of daily living, 2

5 budgeting, medication management and meal preparation. These programs are usually intended to be permanent. Respite. This is very short-term placement, usually in a family or other community setting that is designed to provide relief from stressful situations. It is used as an alternative to inpatient psychiatric admission or as a step down from inpatient service. Respite may also be used to provide relief for family members. Respite services may be emergency or planned. It is not licensed. Small Residence. This designation is for programs that serve three or fewer people with 24-hour coverage. They may be licensed by OMHSAS under Chapter 5310 (CRR) or unlicensed. These programs are intended to be permanent. Supported Living. This program provides staff support in a variety of areas, including personal care, use of leisure time, budgeting, etc. There are two levels of supported living. Intensive Supported Living provides 24-hour staff coverage. Supported Living provides staff support of less than 24 hours per day. In both of these models, staff have a defined set of residences that are supported. Mobile Supported Living provides staff who are assigned to consumers no matter where they live. Supported Living programs are not licensed. They may be permanent or transitional. Types of Residential Programs Intensive Therapeutic Focus Crisis Residential. This is very short term residential service, generally no more than five days, intended as an alternative to admission to an inpatient psychiatric unit. This program is not licensed, but OMHSAS approves it using guidelines contained in OMH Bulletins 92-16, dated October 15, 1992 and 93-10, dated August 9, Residential Inpatient Non Hospital (RINT). This designation is used only in Philadelphia. Usually it has a dual license as a CRR under Title 55, Chapter 5310 and as D&A Inpatient Non-Hospital, under Title 28, Chapters 704 and 709. These programs are transitional. Residential Treatment for Adults. (RTFA). This is an intensive therapeutic treatment setting for adults. It provides short-term services, generally not more than 30 days. RTFA may be provided as part of a larger psychiatric inpatient unit in which case it operates under the inpatient license. Free standing RTFA is licensed by OMHSAS under Title 55, Chapter Additional guidelines for RTFA are contained in a memorandum from the Deputy Secretary for Mental Health dated November 6, Residential Funding Generic Focus Home Ownership. This is a program to assist consumers to purchase their own homes. A variety of mental health and other funding sources are used to support home ownership. Supplemental Financial Supports. This includes funding through McKinney, PATH, Section 8 certificates, Tenant Based Rental Assistance, County MH, and Section 202 among other sources to assist individuals with paying for the costs of housing. These funds may be used to offset a portion of the rent/mortgage, to assist with utilities and for other hard costs of maintaining a residence. These 3

6 funds are available to supplement the cost of agency leased/owned settings or individually leased/owned settings. Specialty Services Behavior Shaping. These services are specifically focused on assisting individuals to develop alternatives to problematic behavior which significantly interferes with their ability to live in the community. Crisis. These are services designed to intervene in emergency situations. Crisis services are voluntary and may be mobile or available from a fixed site. Low Demand/Progressive Demand. These settings are intended to get people off the streets and out of shelters. They provide safe settings with minimal demands on the resident. Medically Enhanced. This term indicates the availability of nursing and medical services on a planned basis within the program Modified Therapeutic Community. This designation is used for a clinical approach to serving individuals with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse (MISA) that meets generally accepted professional standards. Sexual Behavior. These services are specifically focused on assisting individuals to develop alternatives to aberrant sexual behavior which significantly interferes with their ability to live in the community. Shelter Services. This is emergency or short-term housing for individuals who are homeless. It may be funded through mental health or other sources. Step Down. This term is used to identify a program that is specifically designed to be a resource to residents of a higher-level service when they are ready to move to a lower level of care. Special Populations Aging Out. This designation is for individuals who are currently in children s mental health services, such as RTF or BHRS and who are in the process of transferring to the adult mental health system. It may also designate individuals who have cycled through children s mental health services but never connected. It usually means individuals in the year age category. Individuals in this category may be receiving services from the child mental system and the adult mental health system simultaneously. Deaf/Hard of Hearing. This designation is for individuals whose hearing capacity requires alternative communication e.g. sign language, total communication. Forensic. This designation is for individuals who are or have been involved in the criminal justice system and for whom this involvement is an important factor in their lives. 4

7 Geriatric. This designation is for individuals age 60 and over, except when in an LTSR, when the individuals must be 65. Homeless. This designation is for individuals who do not have a permanent place to live Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgendered (LGBT). This designation is for individuals who self identify their sexual orientation or gender as indicated. Medically fragile. This designation is for individuals whose medical problems are a significant element in their lives. Programs designed to serve these individuals should always designate the age range to be served. Mental Retardation. This designation is for individuals who are also eligible for community mental retardation services. This is defined as significantly sub average general intellectual functioning that is accompanied by significant limitations in adaptive functioning in at least two of the following skill areas: communication, self-care, home living, social/interpersonal skills, use of community resources self-direction, functional academic skills, work, leisure, health and safety. The onset must occur before the individual s 22 nd birthday. Further information is included in MR Bulletin # MISA. Mentally Ill Substance Abuse. This designation is for individuals with co occurring mental health and substance abuse problems. It replaces MICA and co-occurring. Physically Disabled. This designation is for individuals whose physical capacities require adaptations to the facility. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). diagnosed with PTSD. This designation is for individuals who have been Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI). This designation is for individuals who meet the PA OMHSAS definition of Seriously Mentally Ill contained in MH Bulletin Number Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)/Cerebrally Compromised. This designation is for individuals whose cognitive capacity has been impaired by accident, illness or other event after the age of 22. Young Adult. This designation is for individuals age 18 to 25 who are going through their first experience of serious mental illness (first break). Ancillary Services to support housing Community Treatment Team. This designation is for programs that substantially meet the standards outlined in OMHSAS Draft Regulations Title 55, Chapter Mental Health Enhancements. This designation is for programs which bring mental health expertise into other human service settings, such as personal care boarding homes, nursing homes or substance abuse services. Mobile Services. This designation is for programs that are delivered in the field rather than at a particular location. Mobile services always include a modifier such as: 5

8 Mobile Treatment Team. This team focuses specifically on the individuals clinical needs. Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation. This service focuses specifically on the individuals rehabilitation needs. Standards are included in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Medical Necessity Criteria and Standards, Second Edition, Dated February 1, Mobile Crisis Intervention. This service focuses is available to intervene in crisis situations. OMHSAS approves Mobile Crisis Intervention using guidelines contained in MH Bulletin #92-16 and # Outreach. This designation is for programs that are designed to locate, engage, assess, intervene and link individuals. Outreach services are fundamentally mobile and may specialize in specific locations, such as personal care boarding homes or shelters, or in special populations, such as MISA or forensic. PACT Team. This designation is for programs that substantially meet the standards outlined in the NAMI publication The PACT Model. A Manual for PACT Start-Up. Psychiatric Rehabilitation. This designation is for programs that meet the OMHSAS standards contained in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Medical Necessity Criteria and Standards, Second Edition, dated February 1, Vocational Services. This designation is for programs that focus on developing employment skills, finding employment and supporting individuals on the job 6

9 SE REGION CHIPP COORDINATOR CONTACT LIST County Contact Address Phone FAX BUCKS Tina Mammone Bucks County MH/DP w Director of CHIPPS 600 Louis Drive, Suite 101 Warminster, PA NSH OFFICE - BLDG #2 ROOM 149 ofc Meredith Pickens Bucks County MH/DP w CHIPPS Coordinator 600 Louis Drive, Suite 101 Warminster, PA Chester Mary Beth Hyatt Chester County MH/IDD w Psych Rehab Coordinator 601 Westtown Road, Suite 340 c P. O. Box 2747 West Chester, PA Delaware Bill Chambers Mental Health Director Delaware Co. Office of Behavioral Health w South 69th Street, 3rd floor Upper Darby, PA NSH OFFICE - BLDG #2 ROOM 148 nsh Montgomery Tom Costello Montgomery County Behavioral Health/DD Department w CHIPPs/SIPPs Coordinator Human Services Building, Box DeKalb St. Norristown, PA NSH OFFICE BLDG #2 ROOM 150 NSH Philadelphia Mary Jordan PMHCC w , X SCCJ - MH Director 123 S. Broad Street 22nd Floor pgr Philadelphia, PA Contact Rob Mayer PMHCC w , X CHIPPS Coordinator 123 S. Broad Street 22nd Floor Philadelphia, PA NSH OFFICE BLDG #2 ROOM 151 Regional MH Ofc Tory Bright Regional Mental Health Services Coordination Office w Regional Coordinator 1001 Sterigere Street scty Norristown State Hospital Bldg 2 Rm 165 Norristown, PA Paul Butler Regional Mental Health Services Coordination Office w Forensic Liaison 1001 Sterigere Street Norristown State Hospital Bldg 2 Rm 153 Effective: 10/2011

10 Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs 600 Louis Drive, Suite 101 Warminster, PA Bucks County Resource Guide Provider Type of Support Contact Name Phone Number Address Co-Mans CRRS/SLP Bethann McNamara ETI Employment Services Stacy Wood Family Services Association-Bucks Co Case Managment Amy Tarr Goodwill Industries Employment Services Mike Ross Lenape Valley Foundation Blended Case Management (Adult) Isidro Gonzalez Blended Case Management (Children) Wendy Shapiro CRRS/SLP Gloria Cocron Forsythia House transitional housing Janet Cardona Education Philip Braun Employment Philip Braun PACT Ray McManamon x5022 Peer Run Supports Philip Braun Peer Support Unit Philip Braun

11 Provider Type of Support Contact Name Phone Number Address Lenape Valley Foundation cont. Psychosocial Rehab & Intensive Psych Rehab (IPR) Elyse Stein x5901 Respite (Adult) Janet Cardona TOP Program Joan Woodrow MHA Psychosocial Rehab Julie Pulvers NAMI Community Outreach Debbie Moritz NHS Human Services Blended Case Management Kristen Peak x109 Bucks County CRRS/SLP/ISLP Dave Seasholtz Penn Foundation Penndel MH Center Blended Case Management (Children) Jane Straw x733 Clubhouse Lu Mauro CRRS/SLP Christine Shannon FACT Deb Strouse x127 MH/D&A CRR Don Detweiler x225 Peer Support Unit Jane Straw x733 Psychosocial Rehab & Intensive Psych Rehab (IPR) Stacey Herreid x360 Recovery Coaching (Adult) Janice Todic x746 Blended Case Management Dave Washington Co-Occurring Treatment Bruce Millman x1734 CRRS/SLP Patricia Schailey CTT Mike Whaley Peer Support Unit Mike Whaley TOP Program Ilona Naroditskaia

12 Provider Type of Support Contact Name Phone Number Address Salisbury House ISLP Amy Connelly LTSR (Regional Program) Mariah Manning Voice & Vision Community Outreach Caren Noonan x204

13 Residential Providers County of Bucks Penn Foundation [Penn Villa] CRRS and SLP Phone: Fax: Mental Health Residential Services Penn Foundation MH & D&A [Village of Hope] Phone: x 225 Fax: Lenape Valley- CRRS and SLP Phone: Fax: Lenape Valley Acute Respite Care Program (ARCP) and Forsythia House Phone: Fax: Penndel Mental Health Center CRRS and SLP Phone: Fax: NHS of Bucks County - CRRS and SLP Phone: Fax: CO-MANS, Inc. - CRRS and SLP Phone: Fax: Salisbury Behavioral Health, Inc. - SLP Phone: Fax: County Commissioners Charles H. Martin, Chairman Robert G. Loughery, Vice-Chairman Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs Mary Beth Mahoney, MS Administrator 8/3/2011

14 There are a variety of housing options available to Bucks County residents who are diagnosed with either a serious mental illness or a co-occurring disorder [serious mental illness and substance use]. For more information, please contact the Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Services at ext. 5 for specific questions regarding location and eligibility requirements. Ask to speak to someone in Mental Health Residential services. Please note that if you have a case manager, he/she can assist in the referral process for residential services. TYPES OF RESIDENTIAL SUPPORTS Community Residential Rehabilitation Services (CRRS) CRRS has three Rehabilitation levels of staffed supervised housing. Intensive CRRS- Staffed 24 hours a day with awake staff. Maximum CRRS- Staffed 24 hours a day, on-site staff overnight. Moderate CRRS Staffed a minimum of 3 hours a day. Supported Living Program (SLP) Long term permanent housing with support services. Supports vary with the needs of the individual. Mental Health/Drug & Alcohol 1 house for 8 males, 1 house for 8 females. Supported Living Program (SLP) with a rehabilitation component tailored to meet the needs of individuals with MH/D&A issues. MH Adult Acute Respite Care Countywide program located in Central Bucks 4 bedroom house. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 24 hours staffing. Residents participate in programming during the day, either outside or within the residence. Handicapped accessible. May be utilized as a diversion for inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. Serves as a step-down from inpatient hospitalization. Can be utilized as planned respite.

15 CHESTER COUNTY CRR/SLA PROVIDERS CARELINK COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES, INC. CRR - Jennifer Pennypacker, Program Director CareLink Community Support Services Baldwin Building 1510 Chester Pike, Suite 600 Eddystone, PA P: (610) ; local office HOLCOMB BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEMS CRR - Chris Filippone, Manager of Psychosocial Services Springdale Drive Exton, PA SLA (Supported Living Arrangement) ISLA (Intensive Supported Living Arrangement) Danny Beauchamp HORIZON HOUSE INC. CRR - Chester County Director, Andrew Henderson 825 Paoli Pike West Chester, PA SLA Ivy Shelton Rich Zeigler, Director Chester and Delaware Counties Parklane Rd., Upper Level Swarthmore, PA of 5 October 11, 2011

16 HUMAN SERVICES, INC. CRR - Kevin Kirby, Program Director (610) E. Lancaster Ave. Downingtown, PA SLA Liberty House Barbara Duchemin 520 E. Lancaster Ave. Downingtown PA KELSCH ASSOCIATES, INC. CRR- Linda Nicholson, Executive Director or Tom Kelsch, Jr. Assistant Executive Director 319 Pottstown Pike Suite 305 Exton, PA SLA: Nicki Boback SALISBURY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ELTSR - Program Manager, Jessica Hummel Cherry Hill Lane Pottstown, PA of 5 October 11, 2011

17 CORE PROVIDERS FELLOWSHIP HEALTH RESOURCES Janet Stanley, Executive Director 723 Wheatland Ave Phoenixville, PA Services: Outpatient, BCM, RC, Forensic CM, site based Psych Rehab, SLA, ACT, DBT, Peer Services HOLCOMB BEHAVIORAL HEALTH Bill DiFabio, Executive Director 835 Springdale Drive Exton PA Kennett office Services: BCM, RC, Forensic CM, Outpatient, Psych Rehab, DBT, Forensic Peer Services HUMAN SERVICES Inc. Cheryl Flanagan, Executive Director 410 Boot Road Downingtown, PA Services: BCM, RC, Forensic CM, Outpatient, site based Psych Rehab, Peer Services CREATIVE HEALTH SERVICES Andrew Trentecoste 11 Robinson Street Pottstown, PA Services: Outpatient, Peer Services Other outpatient providers Penn Psychiatric (610) Services: Outpatient, DBT American Day Treatment Center 479 Thomas Jones Way # 800, Exton, PA, of 5 October 11, 2011

18 Phone: (610) Acute partial hospital program Ancillary Services and Supports CLUBHOUSES Cornerstone Clubhouse (Holcomb Behavioral Health) Elissa Llorens Hall Road Phoenixville, PA Stepping Stones Clubhouse (Human Services, Inc.) E Lincoln Hwy. Coatesville, PA PEER SUPPORT CENTER Community Crossroads Nick DeSantis 825 Paoli Pike West Chester, PA COAD LaQuanta Kelso 930 E. Lancaster Ave Exton, PA C/FST COMPEER Rob Chisholm 825 Paoli Pike 3 rd Floor mailbox #7 West Chester, PA Debbie Thompson 825 Paoli Pike NAMI 4 of 5 October 11, 2011

19 3rd Floor, Mailbox #6 West Chester, PA SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT CareLink Community Support Community Crossroads Peer Support Center 825 Paoli Pike West Chester, PA Valley Creek Crisis Recovery Center 469 Creamery Way Exton, PA Crisis Intervention Consumer Run Warm Line Crisis Residential CRISIS SERVICES MANAGED CARE COMPANY (MCO) for Behavioral Healthcare Benefits Community Care Behavioral Health 1 Uwchlan Ave., Suite 311 Exton, PA Customer service REFER WEB Chester County Community Resource Directory 5 of 5 October 11, 2011

20 DELAWARE COUNTY Directory of Adult Drug & Alcohol and Mental Health Services DELAWARE COUNTY Office of Behavioral Health 20 S. 69 th Street Upper Darby, PA Phone: Fax: November 2010

21 DELAWARE COUNTY OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH Mission Statement The mission of the Office of Behavioral Health is to assure the provision of a comprehensive array of quality mental health and alcohol and other drug services for eligible children and adults that will assist them to maximize their human potential. Vision Statement The Adult Mental Health Division of the Office of Behavioral Health has a vision to assure that each person will receive the highest quality of care by a continuum of services that will promote recovery, independence and community inclusion. These services will focus on consumer choices and opportunities to encourage the fullest possible potential for a satisfying and fulfilling life. OBH applauds the investment of time, energy, and initiative taken by the CSP Committee in the creation of this Vision Statement for the adult mental health system. The adoption of the Vision Statement, as written by CSP Committee members, continues the valued trend of meaningful stakeholder involvement in the County s adult mental health system. Contracted Adult Behavioral Healthcare Services The Directory of Adult Drug and Alcohol (D&A) and Mental Health (MH) Services contains an alphabetical list of contracted providers, and the services provided with telephone contact information for each program or service listed. If a telephone number is not listed for a particular program or service, the provider s main telephone number in the header box is the appropriate contact number to use. The Directory is updated annually to reflect new adult behavioral healthcare programs and services contracted by Delaware County and includes their website. Supplemental Behavioral Healthcare Information OBH also maintains a Children s Directory of Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol Services. Contact for more information. Magellan Behavioral Health of PA maintains information about contracted service networks for HealthChoices members. Contact or PA.com for more information. Delaware County i Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10

22 CONTENTS PROVIDER Page # AIDS Care Group Belmont Center For Comprehensive Treatment Bowling Green CareLink Community Support Services Center for Hearing and Deafness ChesPenn Health Services Child Guidance Resource Centers Community Interactions Community Youth and Women s Alliance (Samara House) Compeer of Suburban Philadelphia Conewago Hummelstown Conewago Pottsville Consumer Satisfaction Team, Inc Crozer Chester Medical Center Davis Personal Care Home, (Henry and Eula) Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Eagleville Hospital Elwyn Fairmount Behavioral Health Systems Family and Community Service of Delaware County Family House Gaudenzia Good Friends Halfway Home of Lehigh Valley Harwood House Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems Horizon House Horsham Clinic Impact Systems Keystone Center Libertae, Inc Magellan Behavioral Health of PA, Inc Delaware County ii Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10

23 Mental Health Assoc. of Southeastern Pennsylvania Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI PA, of the Main Line National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI PA, Delaware County Norristown State Hospital Northwestern Human Services Penn Foundation Recovery Center Pyramid Healthcare, Inc Resources for Human Development (Womanspace) Treatment Trends, Inc (Keenan House) Delaware County iii Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10

24 AIDS CARE GROUP (ACG) 2304 Edgemont Avenue Chester, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES HIV Services o Community Outreach o Education and Prevention o Testing/Results Counseling ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ BELMONT CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT 4200 Monument Avenue Philadelphia, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Inpatient Hospitalization ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ BOWLING GREEN 1375 Newark Road Kennett Square, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Detox Services o Non-Hospital Rehab Services o Short Term o Long Term Dual Diagnosis Outpatient Services o Partial Hospital ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 1 of 19

25 CARELINK COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES 1510 Chester Pike, Suite 600 Eddystone, PA Phone: Fax MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Certified Peer Specialist Phone: Community Employment o Career Services Phone: Community Residential Services o Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Crum Lynne (Full/Maximum) Phone: Media (Special Needs/Maximum) Phone: Clifton Heights (Transition-Age) Phone: o Specialized Community Residential Rehabilitation (SCRR) Wallingford (Providence) Phone: o Specialized Personal Care Home (SPCH) Haverford (Torrey House) Phone: o Supported Housing Service (SHS) Folcroft (Charmont) Phone: o Scattered Sites Phone: Psychiatric Rehabilitation o Psychiatric Rehabilitation NHS Phone: o Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation (MPR) Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ CENTER ON HEARING AND DEAFNESS (CHAD) 1 st Floor E. 139 W. Market Street West Chester, PA Phone: Fax: TTY: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Deaf Services o Advocacy, Information and Referral o Social Rehabilitation Group ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 2 of 19

26 CHESPENN HEALTH SERVICES 2600 W. 9 TH Street Chester, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES HIV Services o Community Outreach o Education and Prevention o Testing/Results Counseling ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ CHILD GUIDANCE RESOURCE CENTERS 2000 Old West Chester Pike Havertown, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Community Residential Services o Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Drexel Hill (Full/Maximum) Phone: Boothwyn (Full/Maximum) Phone: o Specialized Community Residential Rehabilitation (SCRR) Boothwyn (Third Avenue) Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ COMMUNITY INTERACTIONS 321 W. Woodland Avenue Springfield, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Community Residential Services o Three Person Residences (TPR) Newtown Square (Brookside) Phone: Wallingford (Bullens) Phone: Broomall (Verona) Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 3 of 19

27 COMMUNITY YOUTH AND WOMEN S ALLIANCE (Samara House) 423 E. Lincoln Highway Coatesville, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Rehab Services o Long Term Pregnant Women o Long Term Women w/children ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ COMPEER OF SUBURBAN PHILADELPHIA 3125 Ridge Pike, Suite D Eagleville, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Volunteer Companion and Socialization o Swarthmore Office Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ CONEWAGO - Hummelstown 424 Nye Road Hummelstown, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Rehab Services o Short Term o Long Term ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 4 of 19

28 CONEWAGO - POTTSVILLE C. Centre Street Pottsville, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Detox Non Hospital Rehab Services o Short Term ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ CONSUMER SATISFACTION TEAM, INC. (CST) 520 N. Delaware Avenue, 7 th Floor Philadelphia, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Consumer Satisfaction o Upper Darby Office Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ CROZER CHESTER MEDICAL CENTER (CCMC) Community Division 2600 W. 9th Street Chester, PA Phone: Fax: BSU B DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Anchor Provider o Assessment/Referral Children s Waiting Room D&A Case Management o Administrative Case Management o Intensive Case Management (ICM) HIV Services o Education and Prevention o Testing/Results Counseling Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 5 of 19

29 Outpatient Services o Outpatient (OP) o Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Combo Adult o Methadone Prevention o Educational Programming o Outreach MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Case Management o Administrative Case Management (AM) Phone: o Blended Case Management (BCM) Transition Age ICM Centralized Intake and Assessment Phone: o Base Service Unit (BSU-B) o Psychiatric Evaluation Crisis Intervention o Main Hospital Upland Phone: Inpatient Hospitalization o North Campus - Chester Phone: Outpatient Services o Outpatient (OP) o Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Psychiatric Rehabilitation o Social Steps Site-based Socialization Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ DAVIS PERSONAL CARE HOME (HENRY AND EULA) 1006 W. 2 nd Street Chester, PA Phone: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Personal Care Home (PCH) o Site: Chester Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 6 of 19

30 DELAWARE COUNTY OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 20 S. 69 th Street Upper Darby, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Service Authorization Administrative Care Management MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Community Advocate Phone: Community Support Program (CSP) Contingency Fund Delaware County Open Door to Education (DCODE) Mental Health Court/Delegate Services Peer Advocate Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ EAGLEVILLE HOSPITAL 100 Eagleville Road Eagleville, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Detox Services o Hospital o Non-Hospital Rehab Services o Short Term o Long Term o Hospital COD o COD Short Term o COD Long Term ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 7 of 19

31 ELWYN 111 Elwyn Road Elwyn, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Community Residential Services o Specialized Personal Care Home (SPCH) Main Campus (Rainbow House) Phone: Glen Mills (Skyline Manor) Phone: Main Campus (Spring Haven) Phone: Main Campus (White House) Phone: Main Campus (Harmony Hall) Phone: Main Campus (Friendship Hall) Phone: Main Campus (Pine Place) Phone: o Supported Housing Service (SHS) Parkside (Parkside Place) Phone: Fairweather Lodge Phone: Aldan Crisis Intervention o Natale-Crisis Residential Program (CRP) Phone: Psychiatric Rehabilitation o Welcome House Clubhouse Phone: Sub-Acute Treatment o Natale - Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) Phone: Vocational Rehabilitation o Occupational Training Center (OTC) Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ FAIRMOUNT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEMS 561 Fairthorne Avenue Philadelphia, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Inpatient Hospitalization ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 8 of 19

32 FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE OF DELAWARE COUNTY 100 W. Front Street Media, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES HIV Services o D&A Targeted Case Management Homeless Services Phone: o Permanent Supportive Housing Case Management MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Homeless Services o Permanent Supportive Housing Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ FAMILY HOUSE 901 DeKalb Street Norristown, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Rehab Services o Long Term Women w/children ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ GAUDENZIA 106 W. Main Street Norristown, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Rehab Services o Long Term Gaudenzia West Chester Phone: o Long Term Women w/children Gaudenzia Fountain Springs Phone: Gaudenzia Kindred House Phone: Gaudenzia Vantage House Phone: Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 9 of 19

33 o Long Term Late Stage AIDS Specific Gaudenzia People With Hope Phone: o Women with Children Halfway House New Destiny Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ GOOD FRIENDS Lincoln Highway P O Box 165 Morrisville, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Residential Services o Male Halfway House ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ HALFWAY HOME OF LEHIGH VALLEY N. 8 th Street Allentown, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Residential Services o Halfway House ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ HARWOOD HOUSE 9200 West Chester Pike Upper Darby, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Residential Services o Halfway House ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 10 of 19

34 HOLCOMB BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEMS (HBHS) 225 S. 69 th Street Upper Darby, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Assessment o CYS Referred Clients Only Homeless Services o Permanent Supportive Housing Case Management Prevention and Intervention Services o Prevention Programs Phone: Education Community Outreach/Alternative Activities o Information & Referral PROAct o Family and or persons in substance abuse Recovery advocacy meeting Meets first three Tuesdays of each month from 7 9 pm at Holcomb MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Community Residential Services o Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Drexel Hill (Full/Maximum/MISA) Phone: Upper Darby (Full/Maximum) Phone: o Specialized Personal Care Home (SPCH) Aston (Cherry Tree) Phone: o Three Person Residence (TPR) Upper Providence (Kirk) Phone: Crisis Intervention Mobile 24/7 o Project REACH Phone: Homeless Services o Permanent Supportive Housing Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 11 of 19

35 HORIZON HOUSE, INC Parklane Road Swarthmore, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team - PACT o Healthy Opportunities for People Everyday (HOPE) Phone: Certified Peer Specialist Phone: Community Residential Services o Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Prospect Park (Full/Maximum) Phone: o Supported Housing Service (SHS) Lansdowne (Nyack) Phone: Scattered Sites Phone: o Three Person Residence (TPR) Radnor Phone: Homeless Services o EASR/PATH Outreach Team Phone: o Specialized Residence for Homeless Phone: o HUD/Supported Living Services Phone: o PATH Housing First Phone: o Shelter Plus Care Phone: o Permanent Supportive Housing Phone: Psychiatric Rehabilitation o Psychiatric Rehabilitation CCMC Phone: o Providence House Clubhouse Phone: o Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation (MPR) Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ HORSHAM CLINIC 722 E. Butler Pike Ambler, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Inpatient Hospitalization ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 12 of 19

36 IMPACT SYSTEMS, INC. 4 Beryl Road Paoli, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Community Residential Services o Specialized Personal Care Home (SPCH) Boothwyn (Keystone Learning Center) Phone: o Three Person Residence (TPR) Morton (Fairhill) Phone: o Supported Housing Service (SHS) Upper Darby (Belfield) Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ KEYSTONE CENTER 2001 S. Providence Avenue Chester, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Anchor Provider o Assessment/Referral Detox Services o Non-Hospital Outpatient Services o Outpatient (OP) o Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Rehab Services o Short Term o COD ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 13 of 19

37 LIBERTAE, INC Bensalem Blvd. Bensalem, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Outpatient Services o Outpatient o Intensive Outpatient Rehab Services o Long Term Women w/children Residential Services o Women s Halfway House ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MAGELLAN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, INC 105 Terry Drive Newtown, PA Phone: Member Line Phone: Provider Line Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES HealthChoices Managed Care Organization (MCO) o Contractor DelCare Provider Network o Care Management Services o Member Services ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEASTERN PA (MHASP) 1211 Chestnut Street, 11 th Floor Philadelphia, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Certified Peer Specialist o Institute for Recovery and Community Inclusion Phone: Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 14 of 19

38 Consumer Operated Drop-In Centers o Chester City Consumer Center Phone: o Project SHARE Phone: Homeless Services Phone: o Connect-By-Day Outreach o Connect-By-Night Shelter o Connect-to-Permanency Transitional Housing Representative Payee Financial Services Phone: Self Directed Care o Consumer Recovery Investment Fund (CRIF) Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MERCY CATHOLIC MEDICAL CENTER MERCY FITZGERALD HOSPITAL 1500 Lansdowne Avenue Darby, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Crisis Intervention Phone: Case Management o Blended Case Management (BCM) Phone: Certified Peer Specialist Phone: Inpatient Hospitalization Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS NAMI PA OF THE MAIN LINE 320 Woodley Road Merion Station, PA Phone: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Family Advocacy, Training, and Support Groups o Meets second Monday in September, November, March and May, at St. Mary s Episcopal Church in Wayne ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 15 of 19

39 NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS NAMI PA, DELAWARE COUNTY P. O. Box 567 Lansdowne, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Family Advocacy, Training and Support Groups o Meets first Wednesday of month at First Presbyterian Church in Lansdowne ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ NORRISTOWN STATE HOSPITAL (NSH) 1001 Sterigere Street Norristown, PA Phone: Fax: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Inpatient Hospitalization o Civil Section Phone: o Forensic Unit (Building #51) Phone: o Delaware County Liaison Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ NORTHWESTERN HUMAN SERVICES (NHS) 800 Chester Pike Sharon Hill, PA Phone: Fax: BSU A DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Anchor Provider o Assessment/Referral D&A Case Management Services o Administrative Case Management o Intensive Case Management (ICM) Outpatient Services o Outpatient (OP) o Intensive Outpatient (IOP) o Outpatient - Upper Darby Phone: Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 16 of 19

40 MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Case Management o Administrative Case Management (AM) Phone: o Blended Case Management (BCM) o Transition Age ICM and RC Centralized Intake and Assessment o Base Service Unit (BSU-A) Phone: o Psychiatric Evaluation Certified Peer Specialist Phone: Community Employment Individualized Placement and Support (IPS) Phone: Community Treatment Team (CTT) o Mobile Assessment Stabilization Treatment (MAST) Phone: Community Residential Services o Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Secane (Partial/Moderate) Phone: Secane (Partial/Minimum) Phone: Secane (Special Needs/Moderate) Phone: o Specialized Community Residential Rehabilitation (SCRR) Springfield (Stidman) Phone: o Specialized Personal Care Homes (SPCH) Aston (Gentlemen s Home) Phone: Rutledge (Sylvan House) Phone: o Three Person Residences (TPR) Broomall (Ladies First) Phone: Glen Mills (Gentlemen s Home) Phone: o Long Term Structured Residence (LTSR) Upland (Upland Woods) Phone: Outpatient Services o Outpatient (OP) Phone: o Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Phone: Psychiatric Rehabilitation o Site-based Socialization, MISA Phone: o CPD Site-based Socialization Phone: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 17 of 19

41 Nuestia Clinica Residencial Spanish American Association 50 E. New Street Lancaster, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Rehab Services / Men Only o Short Term o Long Term ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ PENN FOUNDATION RECOVERY CENTER 87 Lawn Avenue P. O. Box 32 Sellersville, PA Phone: or 9999 Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Detox Services / Non Hospital Rehab Services o Short Term o Dual Diagnosis ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 18 of 19

42 PYRAMID HEALTHCARE INC Plank Road Duncansville, PA 16635, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Detox Services o Non-Hospital Rehab Services Short Term Long Term Short Term COD Long Term COD Residential Services o Pine Ridge Manor Phone: Men s Halfway House o Tradition House / Gratitude House Phone: Women s Halfway House ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ RESOURCES FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (WOMANSPACE) 120 Ardmore Avenue Ardmore, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Rehab Services Long Term Women ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ TREATMENT TRENDS, INC KEENAN HOUSE S. 6 th Street P. O. Box 685 Allentown, PA Phone: Fax: DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES Rehab Services o Long Term Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health Adult Directory Nov 10 Page 19 of 19

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44 Montgomery County Mental Health System Eric Goldstein, Administrator Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Nancy L. Wieman, Deputy Administrator Montgomery County Office of Mental Health LeeAnn Moyer, Deputy Administrator Montgomery County Office of Behavioral Health Commissioners James R. Matthews, Chairman Joseph M. Hoeffel Bruce L. Castor, Jr. Updated 5/6/2011

45 Service Areas Service Area 461 Pottstown Service Area 462 Telford/Souderton Service Area 463 Lansdale Service Area 464 Abington Service Area 465 Norristown Service Area 466 Lower Merion

46 MONTGOMERY COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CASE MANAGEMENT OFFICES Creative Health Services, Inc. 463 Northwestern Human Services 465 Central Montgomery MH/MR Center 11 Robinson Street 200 N. Chestnut St Powell Street Pottstown, PA Lansdale, PA Norristown, PA (610) FAX: (610) (215) FAX: ( (610) FAX: Director: Ranae Tsakonas Director: Tara Chauhan Director: Dave Wilkinson 462 Penn Foundation 464 Abington CM Office 466 Lower Merion Counseling Services 807 Lawn Avenue 3941 Commerce Avenue 800 Lancaster Avenue P.O. Box 32 Willow Grove, PA Bryn Mawr, PA Sellersville, PA (215) Fax: (610) (215) FAX: Director: Rick Fullan Director: Debbie Kulp EMERGENCIES 24 hours a day - MONTGOMERY COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICE INC. (610) FAX (610)

47 MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS WESTERN AREA (461) Agency Creative Health Services, Inc. 11 Robinson Street Pottstown, PA (610) Fax: Executive Director: Dr. Andrew Trentacoste Send Correspondence to: 11 Robinson Street Pottstown, Pa , ext Fax Services Outpatient Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Partial Hospital for Children/Adolescents Blended Case Management Recovery Coaching (formerly known as Case Mgt) Peer Support Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Supported Housing Student Assistance Program (SAP) BHRS Criminal Justice Liaison Drug and Alcohol Services Agency serves all age groups. Agency is licensed for MH and D&A services.

48 Agency Hedwig House, Inc High Street Pottstown, PA (610) Fax (610) Executive Director: Karen Bitting Program Director: Marita Gallagher Agency serves adults. Pottstown Peer Resource Center 249 High Street Pottstown, PA (610) Director: Marlon Grant Friendship Manor (Carelink) 642 E. High St. Pottstown, PA Fax: Director: Rebecca McKeown Gateway Employment Resources, INC. 342 W. Ridge Pike, Bldg. # 1 Limerick, Pa Fax: Clubhouse Transitional Employment Community Employment Supported Housing Consumer Center Peer Support Services Specialized Supported Living program. Community Employment Executive Director: David Giraldi Web site:

49 MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS UPPER EASTERN AREA (462) Agency Penn Foundation, Inc. 807 Lawn Avenue Sellersville, PA (215) FAX: (215) Executive Director: Wayne Mugrauer Agency serves all age groups. Agency is licensed for MH and D&A services. Services Outpatient-Community Treatment Transitional Outpatient (TOP) Acute Partial Hospital Blended Case Management Recovery Coaching (formerly known as Case Mgt) Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Peer Support Supported Housing Clubhouse Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation (IPR) Student Assistance Program (SAP) BHRS Autism Support Center Drug and Alcohol Services

50 MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS EASTERN AREA - Lansdale (463) Agency Northwestern Human Services of Montgomery County 400 N. Broad St. Lansdale, PA (215) (215) (Fax) Executive Director: Sharon Testa, Psy.D. Agency serves all ages. Agency is licensed for MH and D&A services. Adult Case Management 200 N. Chestnut St Lansdale, PA (215) (215) (Fax) Services Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Blended Case Management Recovery Coaching (formerly known as Case Mgt) Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Capacity: 10 Level: Full Capacity: 24 Level: Moderate Personal Care/Assisted Living Student Assistance BHRS Peer Support Employment Program Family Based Services Therapeutic Foster Care Foster Care Plus Outpatient Mental Health/ Drug & Alcohol

51 Hedwig House, Inc. 109 Jenkins Avenue Lansdale, PA Agency (215) Fax: (215) Executive Director: Karen Bitting Program Director: Norm Matusak Agency serves adults. Goodwill Employment Services 1250 Virginia Drive, Suite 130 Ft. Washington, PA Clubhouse Transitional Employment Community Employment Services Mobile Psych Rehab: (215) Mobile Housing Supports Director: Scott McCalla Community Employment (215) Fax (215) Director: Mike Ross ACCESS Services, Inc. 500 Office Center Drive Suite 100 Ft. Washington, Pa (215) (215) (Fax) Specialized Family Living Host Family Living for Adults Respite Care for Adults and Children Consultation Starting Point Individualized Recovery Support Children s Crisis Support Program Executive Director: Rob Reid

52 Agency Altec Twin Park Industrial Center 3151 Advance Lane Colmar, Pa Services Community Employment Fax: Executive Director: Debra Kunsch

53 MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS EASTERN AREA (464) Agency Abington Memorial Hospital Creekwood Center 3941 Commerce Avenue Willow Grove, PA (215) Fax: Services Outpatient Student Assistance Program (SAP) Family Based Mental Health Services Blended Case Management Recovery Coaching (formerly known as Case Mgt) Director: Richard Fullan Agency serves all ages.

54 Agency Milestones Community Healthcare/Salisbury 614 N. Easton Road Glenside, Pa (215) (215) Fax Executive Director: Paul Volosov, Ph.D. Vice President: John Bulman Agency is licensed for MH and services. Hedwig House 1920 Old York Road Abington, PA Services Partial Hospital/Day Treatment Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Supported Housing Peer Support Supported Housing for Deaf Personal Care/Assisted Living Deaf Clinical and Residential Services Co-op Housing Program Clubhouse Community Employment Supported Housing (215) Fax: (215) Executive Director: Karen Bitting Program Director: Joe Windish

55 Agency Pennsylvania Institute for Community Living (ICL) Grove House 230 Fitzwatertown Road Willow Grove, PA Services Modified Therapeutic Community for 15 Adults with co-occurring disorders. (215) Fax (215) Executive Director: Mike Skovaszewski Program Director: Sarah Abramson

56 MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS CENTRAL AREA - Norristown (465) Agency Central Montgomery MH/MR Center 1100 Powell Street Norristown, PA (610) (610) Fax Executive Director: Clark Bromberg, Ph.D. Case Management Director: Dave Wilkinson Agency serves all age groups. Agency is licensed for MH and D&A services. Services Outpatient Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Partial Hospital/Children/Adolescent Blended Case Management Recovery Coaching (formerly known as Case Mgt) Senior Care Case Management Community Outreach Case Management Transition Age Case Management-Countywide Student Assistance Program (SAP) Family Based Mental Health Services BHRS Drug and Alcohol Services Peer Support

57 Agency Horizon House ACT Team 601 DeKalb Street Norristown, PA (610) (610) FAX Director: Rick Ness County Director: Marie Kearns S.H.A.R.E. Peer Resource Center 538 DeKalb Street Norristown, PA (610) Director: Andre Wade Circle Lodge, Inc. Stanbridge and Sterigere Streets Norristown, PA (610) Fax (610) Executive Director: Phyllis Wisner Hedwig House, Inc. 904 DeKalb Street Norristown, PA (610) Fax: Executive Director: Karen Bitting Program Director: Eleanor Sieron Agency serves adults. Treatment Therapy Case Management Employment Drug & Alcohol Peer Counseling Housing Recovery Services Consumer Resource Center Peer Support Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Capacity: 24 Level: Full Care Alumni Program Clubhouse Transitional Employment Community Employment Supported Housing Specialized Supported Housing-for consumers who are working Shelter Outreach Program & Tenant Based Assistance - Program Director: Michael Carver

58 Agency Friends Connection 700 E. Main St. Norristown, PA Program Director: Beth Higgins Resources for Human Development 4700 Wissahickon Avenue Suite 126 Philadelphia, PA (215) Fax: Executive Director: Robert Fishman Halfway There 536 DeKalb St. Norristown, PA Fax: (610) Services Mobile psychosocial rehabilitation program for people with co-occurring issues. New Options Supported Living I & II Supported Living Program Director: Rachel Talley (610) Positive Resolutions Supportive Living Program Director: Cameron Pope (610) Transitional Peer Supported Housing Program for people who are homeless and experience mental illness. Program Director: Eileen Davenport

59 Agency Developmental Enterprises Corporation (DEC) 333 E. Airy St. Norristown, PA Fax: (610) Sue Heckler Community Employment Yvonne Dahms Workshop Placements Work Training Alliance (Shopmates) 1001 Sterigere St. Building 21 Norristown, PA Fax: Program Director: Dennis Aspinall Trailguides 700 E. Main Street Norristown, Pa Community Employment Workshop Employment Services Workshop Employment Community Work Skills Training Peer Mentoring Program for Young Adults Program Director: Beth Higgins Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center (CHOC) 1001 Sterigere Street Bldg. #53 Norristown, Pa Fax: (610) Program Director: Genny O Donnell Program Manager: Donna Windle Shelter, Case Management and Life Skills Services for Homeless Individuals

60 MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS CENTRAL AREA - Lower Merion (466) Agency Lower Merion Counseling 850 Lancaster Avenue 2 nd Floor Bryn Mawr, Pa (610) Fax: Director: Debbie Kulp Agency serves all age groups. Agency is licensed for MH and D&A services. Bryn Mawr Peer Resource Center 1001 W.Lancaster Ave. Rosemont, PA Fax: (610) Services Outpatient Student Assistance Program (SAP) Administrative Case Management Recovery Coaching (formerly known as Case Mgt) Case Management for Children available on site provided by Central Montgomery MH/MR Center Consumer Resource Center Peer Support Director: Michelle Mosley

61 Agency New Foundations --CRR Yale--Young Adult CRR Wellsprings--Supported Housing Renaissance--MISA Supported Housing 1029 County Line Road Bryn Mawr, PA Services Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Young Adult CRR Supported Housing Specialized Supported Housing for Individuals with co-occurring disorders. Peer Support (610) CRR's (610) Supported Housing Fax (610) Director: Matt Sarafinas

62 Montgomery County Emergency Services (MCES) 50 Beech Drive Norristown, PA SERVICES 18 Years & Older 24 Hour Crisis Line Emergency Services Community Crisis Outreach Crisis Residential Inpatient Outpatient Criminal Justice Related Services (Fax)

63 Montgomery County Crisis Services PROVIDER: SERVICES: STAFF: PROGRAM: DELEGATES: MONTGOMERY COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICE (MCES) INFORMATION/REFERRAL HOTLINE MENTAL HEALTH EVALUATIONS WALK-IN MOBILE OUTREACH MEDICAL MOBILE OUTREACH CRISIS RESIDENTIAL AMBULANCE SERVICE DETOX CRIMINAL JUSTICE RELATED SVS 23 HOUR BED 2 CRISIS WORKERS EACH SHIFT 24/7 PSYCHIATRIC COVERAGE MOBILE CRISIS 24/7 INPATIENT FACILITY MULTIPLE LICENSED: IP, OP, CRISIS, D&A, DETOX JUSTICE RELATED SERVICES POLICE TRAINING SCHOOL MULTIPLE LANGUAGES CONNECTED TO 911 SOLE DESIGNATED 302 FACILITIES FOR COUNTY DELEGATES LOCATED AT MCES

64 COMPEER Suburban Philadelphia Oakland House 3125 Ridge Pike Suite D Eagleville, PA Toll Free in 610 & 215: PEER (7337) Phone: Fax: Website: Compeer of Suburban Philadelphia is a community-based volunteer program providing opportunities for mutual friendships that offer support and life-enriching experiences for people in mental health recovery.

65 Montgomery County Support, Education and Advocacy for Persons with Mental Illness and their Families Office locations: Lansdale and Pottstown Monthly Family/Caregiver Support Group Locations: Lansdale, Norristown, Pottstown & Abington Presperterian Church Family to Family Education Program Sites: Lansdale, Pottstown, Norristown Also: In Our Own Voice: Living with Mental Illness Presentations (County wide) and NAMI Connection (Peer run) Support Groups Norristown, Lansdale and Pottstown Executive Director Carol Caruso For information contact our main office at 100 W. Main Street, Suite 204 Lansdale, Pa

66 CONSUMER SATISFACTION TEAM Building 6 Norristown State Hospital Stanbridge & Sterigere Streets Norristown, PA SANDY WATSON Director Staffed by consumers and family members. Assesses consumer satisfaction through face-to-face interviews. Seeks system change through active participation Fax:

67 Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania Representative Payee Financial Services Provides budgeting, bill paying, money management assistance and instruction to consumers who need help in handling their finances Keita Coleman - Montgomery County Accounts Specialist Wareen Romeo Montgomery County Program Director

68 HopeWorx, Inc Community Advocates of Montgomery County Norristown State Hospital-Bldg. #6 Stanbridge & Sterigere Streets Norristown, PA Kathie Mitchell, Director Peer Support Team to Promote Self-Advocacy & Individual Support Services FAX:

69 PARENTS INVOLVED NETWORK (PIN) Liz Starks, Parent Advocate Parent-to-Parent Support Information Advocacy Fax:

70 Children s Crisis Support 500 Office Center Drive Fort Washington, Pa SERVICES Birth to 18 Years For Montgomery County Residents Crisis Stabilization Crisis resolution Crises planning and management Montgomery County Hotline HELP

71 Call Me Speak to someone your own age about whatever s on your mind. All calls are confidential & you can even remain anonymous. Montgomery County Teen Talk line Teens helping teens/no judging/no pressure Text or Call Hours: Mon-Fri 3pm-9pm Be an open ear for a fellow teen who s in need of a friend. It s a great experience & you can make a positive difference in someone s life.

72 Call ext 321 or to volunteer BE A Friend

73 For questions or concerns you may call and ask to speak to any one of the following program specialists regarding the area of mental health. Adult Services: Office Support: Pam Howard, Director Tom Costello Stacey Cylinder Megan Perillo Tim Pirog Vera Zanders Maureen Feeny-Byrnes Donna Bobb Updated 05/06/2011 Nancy L. Wieman, Deputy Administrator, County of Montgomery, Office of Mental Health

74 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Artists for Recovery 1041 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA Services Provided: A support group that focuses on sharing opportunities for creative expression by those with mental health and addiction histories. Activities include open microphone performances, poetry readings, art exhibits, jam sessions, support groups, as well as theatrical workshops and performances. Date Established:1992 Access to Recovery Program (ATR) 123 S. Broad Street, Suite 1620 Philadelphia, PA (215) Contact: Randolph Sanders, Program Manager Services Provided: Provide uninsured or underinsured adults with alcohol or other drug challenges an array of options and choices to obtain clinical and enhanced recovery support services through a voucher program. Works with service providers throughout the county to ensure quality recovery services are available for all Philadelphians specifically targeting the following groups: homeless persons, individuals attempting to re-enter society from the criminal justice system, women who are parenting or pregnant, and Veterans. The Bridge 8400 Pine Road Philadelphia, PA Contact: Michael Ogden, Program Director Page 1

75 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Services Provided: The Bridge offers long- and short-term residential programs for up to 38 adolescents and outpatient counseling for children, adolescents, and adults from Philadelphia, suburban counties, and DE. Treatment philosophy stresses a holistic approach and interventions focus on treating the addiction, its underlying causes, and related dysfunctions. Bridges' Step-Down Parkside Avenue Philadelphia PA Contact: Angelita Gilbert, Director Services Provided: Bridges' Step-Down is a recovery house for 16 women recovering from drug or alcohol addiction, and up to three of their children. Bridges' Step-Down provides 24- hour on-site staff support and ongoing case management and life skills activities. While in residence, all participants are involved in outpatient treatment and self-help recovery meetings. Caring Together Program 4700 Wissahickon Avenue Building C Suite 102 Philadelphia, PA (215) For questions / referrals (215) Program Manager Contact: Eric Merlino, Program Manager Services Provided: Specializes in providing services to women who are pregnant and/or have children who are dually diagnosed. Offer addictions/mental health counseling, psychiatric evaluation, treatment and medication monitoring, early childhood developmental evaluations, intervention and referral, specialized HIV counseling and testing, domestic violence counseling, individual and group parent education and family therapy, GED/ABE services and a full service co-located health clinic as well as an array of case management services. Date Established: 1991 CATCH (Citizens Acting Together Can Help, Inc.) 1409 Lombard Street Philadelphia, PA Page 2

76 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Services Provided: CATCH offers comprehensive outpatient treatment and counseling services and case management services with intensive liaison services to all CATCH consumers who are psychiatrically hospitalized. CATCH's Kinship Care Project expands and enhances the range of services available to South Philadelphia children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances by providing comprehensive social work services by Intensive Care Managers to seriously mentally ill children and assists the parents/caregivers and the schools in procuring mental health, medical, social and education services. Date Established: 2003 CedarPark Baltimore Avenue Philadelphia, PA Contact: Judy Elzey, Director; Janet Webb, Clinical Case Manager Services Provided: Residential facility for homeless women with dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental illness. The staff assists women in identifying meaningful and attainable goals for sobriety and life and educates women on their risks for illness. Women are assisted in reaching self-sufficiency by participating in basic education, job-training, literacy, art and culture activities. Date Established: 2000 CHANCES 1200 Callowhill Street, Suite 102 Philadelphia, PA Contact: Collette Green, Program Director Page 3

77 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Services Provided: CHANCES is an outpatient and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program for up to 100 women with children that provides comprehensive therapeutic, educational, and support services, including parenting, adult education and family literacy. Offers on-site services for children, including structured parent-child play, educational activities, and an on-site day care program. Tailored to help women and their children develop the skills necessary to live independent, productive, drug-free lives. Services are family-focused and are provided in a caring and supportive environment. COMHAR 100 W. Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA Services Provided: Provides a wide range of psychiatric and psychological services for children and adults recovering from mental illness ranging from outpatient clinic appointments and home visits through day programs to 24/7 residential supports. Date Established: 1975 COMHAR Latino Program 166 W. Lehigh Ave. Philadelphia, PA Intake Number Services Provided: Provide outpatient mental health services to the Latino community, both for those who have already been diagnosed with a mental illness and those who wish to receive an assessment. Offer individual, family, couples, and group therapy with services that focus on the family's strength as a complete unit. Accepts clients with a dual mental health and addiction diagnosis. Entire staff is Latino and program describes itself as providing "bicultural" not just "bilingual" treatment. Community Behavioral Health 801 Market Street, 7th Floor Philadelphia, PA Page 4

78 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Information Intake/Member Services Services Provided: CBH strives to match clients with behavioral health care providers for psychiatric inpatient hospital services, inpatient drug and alcohol treatment, residential detoxification programs, intensive outpatient programs, methadone programs and intensive case management. They have a list of service providers and a member handbook (downloadable on their website). They offer referral services, help make appointments and can arrange transportation to appointments for men, women, children and teenagers. Date Established: 1997 Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc. 216 West Somerset Street Philadelphia PA Services Provided: Bilingual adolescent and adult drug and alcohol outpatient program for individuals with occasional use and abuse of marijuana, alcohol, cocaine, and other drugs; dependent or chronic (daily) abusers (especially heroin) need a higher level of care than this program provides. There is also an aftercare program available for children whose mothers are coming out of addiction treatment facilities. Outpatient mental health services are offered for individuals served through other Congreso programs. Date Established:1977 Consortium Philadelphia, PA Adult Mental Health Services Children and Adolescent Services Addiction Services Services Provided: Provides a wide range of psychiatric and psychological services for adults recovering from mental illness. Also provide outpatient services for children and adolescents. Treatment for drug and alcohol dependency is provided to adolescents and adults through outpatient and intensive outpatient programs. Page 5

79 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Date Established: 1967 CORA Services 8540 Verree Road Philadelphia PA Services Provided: Offers outpatient behavioral health intervention and treatment programs. Individual and family counseling and psychological services are available through publicly funded or private fee-for-service programs. Treatment of substance use problems is available to youth and adults. Licensed services include assessment and service planning, individual/ family therapy and case management (adolescents). Date Established: 1971 Einstein CRC-Germantown Hospital (Serving Lower NE, North and NW Philadelphia) 3rd Floor Center Tower Germantown Community Health Services One Penn Boulevard Philadelphia, PA Services Provided: Offers 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week care for adults, children and adolescents who have psychiatric emergencies. Patients are seen on a walk-in basis and no appointment is needed.crc services include assessment and triage, evaluation and intervention, crisis counseling and support, and referrals for continuing care needs. Family House NOW (New Options for Women) 1020 North 48th Street Philadelphia, PA Page 6

80 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Contact: Rebecca Piorko-Shelly, Director Services Offered: Family House NOW is a long-term residential treatment facility for women experiencing mental illness and chemical dependence and their children. Special components address drug/alcohol addiction, mental illness, life skills, and parenting skills, as well as prevention and intervention for the children. Family Resource Network (F.R.N.) 123 S. Broad Street, 23rd Floor Philadelphia PA, x 3259 Contact: Kathleen Cantwell, Coordinator Services Provided: Resource for families or couples who are dealing with mental illness. Includes support groups, psychoeducational programming, information on mental health resources, coping skills, and a mobile team that will meet with families in a location convenient to the family. Also provides guidance for families whose loved one may be mentally ill and incarcerated and families who are involved with the Mental Health Court system. First Step Refuge 1360 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, PA Contact: Julia Jackson, Acting Director Services Provided: Temporary shelter for 31 homeless men with mental health and substance abuse issues. Case management provided with a focus on referring clients to appropriate social services and independent housing. Date Established: 1991 Forensic Intensive Recovery (FIR) Program 260 South Broad Street 18th Floor Philadelphia, PA Page 7

81 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Services Provided: A prison deferral initiative that offers eligible criminal offenders substance abuse treatment in lieu of incarceration. PHMC is responsible for operating the Clinical Evaluation Unit, which evaluates eligible criminal offenders for chemical dependency; refers them to community based providers for residential, intensive outpatient and regular outpatient treatment services; and provides case management services for FIR program participants. All clients must be referred through the Defender's Assoc. of Philadelphia. Friends Hospital (Serving N.E. Philadelphia) 4641 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA Services Provided: Emergency psychiatric and substance abuse evaluations on a free walk in basis with appropriate referrals given Gaudenzia Inc. Corporate Headquarters 106 West Main Street Norristown, PA Services Provided: Many facilities throughout the Philadelphia metro and suburban areas specializing in rehabilitation services including residential women's rehabilitation facilities to which the woman may bring her children; outpatient substance abuse treatment; homeless outreach; and a residential facility specifically for addicts living with HIV/AIDS. Gaudenzia: New Image 1300 E. Tulpehocken Street Philadelphia, PA (215) Services Provided: Residential substance abuse (drug, alcohol, or cross-addiction) treatment for 18 homeless women and up to two dependent children under the age of ten. Pregnant women will be admitted regardless of whether they have a dependent child. Residential treatment lasting typically six months with a day care and prevention component for the children in the program. The program is not suitable for those with severely limiting physical Page 8

82 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia or mental handicaps or those suffering with chronic and/or active psychosis. Gaudenzia: People with Hope 1306 Spring Garden Street 8th Floor Philadelphia, PA (215) Services Provided: Three to nine month residential co-ed drug and alcohol treatment program for 23 adults who are HIV/AIDS symptomatic. Provides drug and alcohol treatment, shelter, medical care, seminars on the HIV disease, and educational services that are designed to enhance the quality of life for the individual. After completing the program, individuals continue to receive case management services. Hall-Mercer CRC-Pennsylvania Hospital (Serving South Philly and Center City) 245 S. 8th Street Philadelphia PA Services Provided: Offer 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week care on a free walk in basis for adults who have psychiatric emergencies. Provide triage and evaluations, acute treatment of mental health and substance abuse conditions, provision of acute social services, and intervention for psychosocial problems. Provides referrals and linkage to a variety of clinical and social service providers. Horizon House Rehabilitation Services, Inc. 120 S 30th Street Philadelphia PA Services Provided: Treatment options for individuals with co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse problems. Inpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient programs available. Programs are designed to help the individual learn to more effectively manage the mental illness, adopt a drug free lifestyle, to recognize and address signs of decompensation, and to learn and practice new coping strategies to prevent relapse and move towards recovery. Date Established: 1959 Intercommunity Action Group (Interac) Page 9

83 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia 6122 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, PA Services Provided: Interac provides a wide range of services to adults, children and adolescents who suffer from mental illness, behavioral or emotional problems and substance abuse. Including, but not limited to: mental health case management; children's outpatient, partial hospitalization, and home treatment; adult partial hospitalization; alcohol and drug abuse program; crisis intervention services; forensic intensive recovery; and residential programs. Date Established: 1969 Interim House 333 West Upsal Street Philadelphia PA Contact: Kathy Wellbank, Director Services Provided: Residential substance abuse treatment for up to 25 women and outpatient and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program for approximately 45 women. Utilizes a holistic, trauma informed approach to treating drug and alcohol addictions for lowincome women with histories of physical and sexual abuse, homelessness, poor educational skills, physical and mental health problems, issues with family relationships, and limited educational and employment experiences. Date Established: 1971 Interim House West 4108 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA (215) Contact: Angelina Alomar-Gilbert, Director Page 10

84 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Services Provided: Women's Residential and Outpatient substance abuse treatment for women with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse problems through a wide range of comprehensive services for up to 20 pregnant or parenting women and up to 45 children under the age of 12. Maternal Addiction Treatment Education and Research (MATER) 1233 Locust Street 2nd floor Philadelphia, PA Services Provided: Ran through Jefferson Health System alongside My Sister's Place, provides comprehensive outpatient and residential treatment services for substance-abusing pregnant and parenting women and their children. Facilities include on-site methadone maintenance treatment and inpatient stabilization for opioid-addicted patients. Pregnant women should be referred to the Program as early in the pregnancy as possible. Infants who exhibit withdrawal are treated as inpatients in the Newborn Nursery Service. My Sister's Place 5601 Kingsessing Avenue Philadelphia PA (215) Services Provided: Ran through Jefferson Health System alongside MATER, provides residential long term treatment (over 30 days) to women with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Pregnant/postpartum women. Includes residential beds for clients' children. Mercy Hospital CRC (Serving West and SW Philadelphia) 5401 Cedar Ave Philadelphia, PA Services Provided: Emergency psychiatric and substance abuse evaluations on a free walk in basis with appropriate referrals given. Page 11

85 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia New Start I N. 15th Street Philadelphia, PA Contact: Carol Thomas, Director Contact: Thomas A. Dixon III, Assistant Director Services Provided: Provides long and short term treatment to men who may or may not be incarcerated in the city and county prison system and are identified as having a substance abuse disorder. Date Established: 1994 New Start II 5000 Jackson Street Philadelphia, PA Contact: Carol Thomas, Director Contact: Thomas A. Dixon III, Assistant Director Services Provided: Long-term residential treatment facility that provides intensive drug and alcohol treatment and mental health support services to chronically homeless males designed with the goal of assisting residents in establishing psychosocial supports necessary for independent living. Date Established: 1999 Norristown State Hospital 1001 Sterigere Street Norristown, PA Services Provided: Long term psychiatric facility that serves the five counties of the Southeast Region of Pennsylvania: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia. The facility serves individuals in General Psychiatry (Civil Section) and individuals in The Regional Psychiatric Forensic Unit. Individuals admitted to the Civil Section must come Page 12

86 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia directly from a community hospital inpatient unit. If the treating physician at the community hospital determines that the individual requires longer term psychiatric treatment, a referral is initiated. The Regional Forensic Psychiatric Center (RFPC) provides active psychiatric treatment and/or evaluation to persons that are involved with the county-based judicial/correction systems and who are currently detained. Date Established: 1880 PATH (People Acting to Help) Inc Castor Avenue Philadelphia PA Intake: Main: Contact: Allen Brunwasser Services Provided: Provides a wide range of mental health and substance abuse services for the consumer and family. There is active engagement of the family in all aspects of treatment. Services range in intensity from those which are highly structured to those which offer minimal supports and consumers are able to adjust program structure to meet specific needs. Date Established: 1973 Riverside Care 2701 North Broad St. Philadelphia PA (215) Chestnut St. Philadelphia PA (215) Services Provided: Provides a full continuum of community-based service in Southeastern Pennsylvania to treat alcohol and drug addiction. Services include adult and adolescent outpatient and intensive outpatient programs as well as a 12 week program designed specifically for DUI offenders. Page 13

87 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Progress Harbor 5114 N. Broad Street Philadelphia PA Contact: Theresa Patterson-Brown, Site Director Services Provided: A Step-down treatment program focusing on short-term intensive therapeutic interventions for individuals with severe mental health and substance abuse problems who are coming out of an extended acute care facility or psychiatric emergency service facility. Date Established: 1986 RHD Ridge Center 1360 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia PA Contact: Julius Jackson, Director Services Provided: Ridge Center provides emergency housing for single, homeless men in the city of Philadelphia and is open 24 hours a day, providing intake after-hours 5 p.m. to 9 a.m. on weekdays, all day on weekends, and all holidays. The center also provides short-term housing for 75 homeless men and an extended residential services program to 114 homeless men. Date Established: 1993 Sobriety Through Outpatient (STOP) N. Broad Street, Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA Page 14

88 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Services Provided: Out-patient and intensive outpatient services for individuals with substance abuse problems. The program specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Date Established: 1987 Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission 302 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, PA x112 - Emergency Services Contact: Clayton Parks, Director of Men's Ministry (215) x102 Services Provided: Religion based overnight homeless shelter and intensive 12-month program for men with emotional disorders and/or chemical dependency. Overnight shelter provides accommodations for up to 175 homeless men. Men are able to stay for thirty (30) days free of charge. Intensive 12-month program exposes residents to the biblical concepts of recovery, life skills, work ethics and scripture memorization. The men systematically go through the Bible to study scriptural teaching related to spiritual healing and substance dependency. Each man is also assigned a case manager to help him develop short and long term goals in various areas including: physical health, emotional health and counseling. Date Established: 1878 Temple CRC-Temple Hospital (Serving South Philly and Center City) 100 E. Lehigh Street Philadelphia, PA Services Provided: An expanded psychiatric emergency service, located on the Episcopal Campus of Temple University Hospital. Emergency psychiatric and substance abuse evaluations on a free walk in basis with appropriate referrals given. Dr. Warren E Smith (WES) Health Center 1315 Windrim Avenue Philadelphia, PA Intake Page 15

89 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Services Provided: Offers a wide-array of behavioral health services for women, adolescents, and children including biopsychosocial evaluations, psychotherapies, medication management with programs specific to clients on atypical antipsychotic medications, and community based services. Offers drug and alcohol services for adults and adolescents. Women In Transition 21 S. 12th Street 6th floor Philadelphia, PA Emergency Hotline Business Number Services Provided: Offers telephone, peer group, and individual counseling for women affected by domestic violence and/or substance abuse. Provides specialized substance abuse counseling which recognizes the effect an abusive partner has on relapse and recovery. Offers referrals to other social services and guidance in child custody and marriage dissolution cases. Date Established: 1971 Womenspace 6400 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA Contact: Cynthia Baran, Director Services Provided: Residential treatment program for dually diagnosed, chronically homeless women. Special components address drug/alcohol addiction, mental illness recovery, life skills, and parenting skills. Individual and group therapy is provided in an intimate home-like setting, with the ultimate objective being reintegration. Date Established: 1998 Whosoever Gospel Mission 101 E. Chelten Ave Philadelphia, PA Page 16

90 Philadelphia Mental Health/Substance Abuse Resources or Below is a listing of additional mental health / substance abuse resources/services in Philadelphia Contact: Dr. Robert A. Emberger, Executive Director Services Provided: Christian faith based organization that provides shelter, food, clothing, education, counseling, rehabilitation and other assistance to homeless and/or needy men, women and children in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area. Provides a three stage program for 50 homeless men which consists of residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation; residential vocational training and support for three months following the obtainment of full time employment; and an aftercare program which provides services to men once they have independent living arrangements. Date Established:1892 Page 17

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