Behavioral Health Services

 Behavioral Health Services

Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS), provided in Philadelphia and Montgomery County, consist of medically necessary mental health services delivered to children in their home and community. Services can include 1:1 counseling, behavior consultation with teachers, parents and community resources, and/or 1:1 behavioral support. These voluntary services seek to assist the child and family in remaining in the home and community and stay out of higher levels of care including inpatient hospital or residential settings. 

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For BHRS in Philadelphia, please call (215) 233-1960 ext. 196
For BHRS in Norristown, please call (610) 279-2755 ext. 352

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School Therapeutic Services (STS), make up a time limited school based therapeutic program.  These services are prescribed for children and adolescents by a psychiatrist or psychologist after completing a face-to-face evaluation where it is determined that the child's diagnosis impacts his or her performance in school. STS services are available in five Philadelphia schools (Feltonville Arts & Sciences, Feltonville Intermediate, Cramp, Tilden).

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For more information, please call (215) 233-1960 ext. 196

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Outpatient Mental Health Services, use a person-centered and goal focused treatment approach to support individuals/families with the care of licensed clinicians to: 

Explore symptoms, stressors, and strengths
Develop new coping skills
Improve emotional, behavioral, and social outlooks

This service is available at our Allegheny West location
                2300 W Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19132  

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              For more information, please call (215) 233-1960 ext. 309             

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Family Based Services (FBS), is a wide-ranging trauma informed program designed to meet the therapeutic and concrete needs of families and children. FBS provides individual and family therapy, crisis prevention and intervention, and assistance for families who are stressed by not having enough resources to meet their basic needs.  By working together to address the child’s emotional needs and the broader needs of the family, the need for more intensive mental health services or out of home placement can be avoided. This service is provided by a highly qualified team which includes both a trained therapist and a family support worker. Bilingual services are available for Spanish speaking children and families.

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For more information, please call (610) 279-2755 ext. 354

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Women's Voices, Healthy Choices, designed because it is not easy for women to come forward when they are pregnant and struggling with substance use, poverty, domestic violence, and trauma histories. Women’s Voices, Healthy Choices uses education, support, and accountability to reduce the incidence of substance use in pregnant women (from tobacco to opiates) and to improve birth outcomes among women who use substances during pregnancy. This program includes clinic-based services as well as home visits to pregnant women who use substances. Services include assessment, psycho-education, counseling, transportation, baby supplies, and referrals to community resources.

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For more information, please call (610) 279-2755 ext. 354

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Student Assistance Program (SAP), designed to remove barriers to learning, is offered in the Souderton and Norristown Area School Districts and two private schools in Montgomery County (Lansdale Catholic and Pope John Paul II in Royersford).  SAP nurtures and educates students who are at risk for unsafe behaviors including drug and alcohol use.  Services are provided on school grounds through individual and group discussions and participation in school SAP team meetings. Parents are also consulted.

Click here to download the information flyer.

For more information, please call (610) 279-2755 ext. 354

 

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