Behavioral Health Services - Access Services

Behavioral Health

Supporting wellness for
the whole person.

Our Approach

Our Behavioral Health service line recognizes the value of community and relationships in healing and wellness.

We feature a variety of programs that support the lifespan – from 18 months through all of adulthood – and meet needs spanning from crisis and emergency to long-term supports delivered to individuals and families.

We believe every person needs to build a life worth living and our services seek to partner with individuals and families to make those goals come to life.

We seek to partner with other providers and resources to maximize outcomes for those we collectively serve and to enhance connection for the whole community.

Our Behavioral Health Services

for Eastern Pennsylvania

Description

A private school offering innovative curriculum and instructional methodology that replicates what a referred student will face once they return to their original school district.

PA Counties Served

Montgomery, Berks, Chester, Schuylkill (school located in Montgomery County)

Who is it for?

Students (grades 6 through 12+) referred to us by school districts.

Description

For those caring for a loved one with special needs, Access Services Adult Respite offers a safe and simple way to take a break from your daily care routine.

PA Counties Served

Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Pike, Schuylkill

Who is it for?

Caregivers and anyone who wants to give caregivers a break.

Description

Empowering adults with mental health diagnosis to unlock their potential in a supportive environment and learn the skills they need to live independently in the community.

PA Counties Served

Northampton

Who is it for?

Adults over 18 with a mental health diagnosis.

Description

Training and equipping today's youth with tools to handle the stress, trauma, social pressures facing them.

PA Counties Served

Montgomery (trainings available to be scheduled in other counties)

Who is it for?

Youth and anyone that works with youth.

Description

Providing whole-person intervention for those facing housing instability and homelessness.

PA Counties Served

Montgomery

Who is it for?

Category 1 homeless individuals.

Description

Providing services in children’s homes, schools and communities, we are focused on collaborating with you, their support person, to best guide your child in learning the skills needed to cope with their emotional and behavioral challenges.

PA Counties Served

Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Schuylkill, Northampton

Who is it for?

Children 18 months to 21 years old with a behavioral health diagnosis.

Description

Supporting those at the intersection of faith and mental health though training, consultation and collaboration

PA Counties Served

Primarily working in Bucks and Montgomery Counties (consultations and trainings available for any location).

Who is it for?

Everyone.

Description

Advocating and supporting those living with serious mental illness in the forensic system through case management and residential support.

PA Counties Served

Montgomery

Who is it for?

Individuals living with a severe mental health diagnosis and interaction with the forensic system.

Description

Competent, caring crisis workers are waiting to help you resolve whatever crisis you may be going through via telephone and mobile (in-person) support.

PA Counties Served

Montgomery

Who is it for?

Everyone.

Description

Peer Support and Teen Talk Lines provide live call lines, called warm lines, where teens and adults can speak or text anonymously with a peer about any issues or problems without fear of judgement.

PA Counties Served

Montgomery - Peer Support & Teen Talk Line. Chester - Teen Talk Line

Who is it for?

Everyone.

Description

Helping you take responsibility over your own mental health, we can help you grow and achieve personal goals of your choosing as you do so.

PA Counties Served

Montgomery, Bucks

Who is it for?

Adults over 18 years old with a mental health diagnosis.

Description

TIP fills in the gaps for the young people in our communities. TIP – Transition to Independence Process – is a young adult mental health program. Our dedicated mentors work to help overcome any barriers to independence.

PA Counties Served

Bucks, Lehigh, Northampton

Who is it for?

Young adults between the ages of 16-26.

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