Mental Health Resources

Starting Point is a team delivered service that that strives to help individuals skill build in the areas of living, learning, working, and socialization.   Our hope is that individuals may find meaningful connections in the community of their choice with the least amount of professional supports.

TIP is a specialized service aimed to address common hurdles encountered by young adults, age 16-26. The program is designed to help individuals reach their vision of a successful future by using a strength based approach that focuses on achievement and problem solving.

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We approach mental health care holistically. As a result, we also provide a variety of services tailored to meet your individual needs, all in a highly confidential manner. We recognize that we are a part of your team, so we work with your support systems (i.e. family members, school counselors, physicians) to provide you with the best possible treatment.

We are licensed by The State of Pennsylvania to provide both outpatient Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol treatment services. We offer priority admission to at-risk populations including IV drug users, adolescents, women, women with children, veterans, overdose survivors and preferential treatment services to pregnant women.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a person-centered approach to care that blends the disciplines of psychiatry, psychology, nursing, addictions, social work, and psychosocial rehabilitation, offering a multidisciplinary team of professionals that works together to provide highly individualized treatment, rehabilitation, and support services in individuals’ homes and communities.

Case managers assist consumers in accessing resources and supports to accomplish goals such as housing, employment, and accessing medical care.  They can help consumers apply for benefits and support them in a reaching a variety of goals 
Peers can partner with consumers in accomplishing goals related to wellness, social activities, and employment.  Their experience as persons with mental heath issues can create a safe and supportive relationship in which to move toward recovery.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy is designed to teach skills related to emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness.  The program includes weekly individual and group therapy.  Prolonged Exposure, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing are therapeutic approaches to treat the symptoms of PTSD.
Outpatient Services include an initial assessment and referral to appropriate services including a psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and individual, family, or group therapy.  The TOP program offers group therapy up to 5 days a week; TOP is for adults only.
PHP is a program of intensive treatment, 5 days a week for 3-6 hours a day.  It offers primarily group therapy, with some individual therapy, psychiatric evaluation, and medication management
Shared apartment living situations with staff available for support for persons with mental health needs who are not ready to live independently.  These are temporary living arrangements where people can develop needed skills and then move into independent living.
Supports Coordinators assist families in finding specialists, housing, and other supports for persons with developmental delays or Autism.  The EI program serves children to age 3; the ID Department serves people age 3 and throughout the lifespan.
The Lodge Crisis Residential Program provides a short-term stay as an alternative to inpatient hospitalization.  This is an unlocked unit with a home-like environment where people receive mental health treatment with 24/7 staff present.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a person-centered approach to care that blends the disciplines of psychiatry, psychology, nursing, addictions, social work, and psychosocial rehabilitation, offering a multidisciplinary team of professionals that works together to provide highly individualized treatment, rehabilitation, and support services in individuals’ homes and communities. Penn Foundation has three teams – one in Sellersville, one in Pottstown, and one in Exton.
Mental Health Case Management partners with adults to choose, locate, and access community resources to further their recovery. Administrative Case Management provides short-term assistance in accessing community resources such as low-income housing, financial entitlements, vocational rehabilitation services, and support groups  
Mental Health Case Management partners with adults to choose, locate, and access community resources to further their recovery. Blended Case Management: longer term assistance to maximize potential for independent living, improved educational/vocational status, increased social support networks, and reduced psychiatric hospitalizations 
Counseling services offer a variety of treatment approaches to address both individual and family life difficulties and emotional disorders. We also offering counseling from a Christian perspective through our Dayspring Counseling Program. Services include: Assessments, psychiatric evaluations, psychological evaluations, individual therapy, couples therapy, medication management, family therapy, group therapy. 
HealthConnections is designed to help individuals improve and manage their physical and mental healthcare. The individual works with a Navigator who coordinates care and ensures that the individual gets the healthcare services they need. 
Peer Support is a program that partners certified Peer Specialists with individuals receiving mental health services or co-occurring mental health services and substance abuse treatment. Peer Specialists are unique in that they draw upon and share their own personal experiences to assist the individual in his/her recovery.
REACH assists adults living with mental illness and co-occurring disorders in setting and achieving personal goals. Services are intensive and time-limited (up to two years), combining structured class time with individual appointments. 
Wellspring Clubhouse provides social, educational, and vocational skills and opportunities to adults recovering from mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders 

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a person-centered approach to care that blends the disciplines of psychiatry, psychology, nursing, addictions, social work, and psychosocial rehabilitation, offering a multidisciplinary team of professionals that works together to provide highly individualized treatment, rehabilitation, and support services in individuals’ homes and communities.

 

Community treatment program for justice involved individuals with mental health, and possibly co-occurring substance use, diagnoses, who present with high risk and/or have not been successful at lower levels of care. Services include: therapy, case management, medication managament, nursing, psychiatry, and peer support, and the program partners with Adult Probation and Parole.
Support to people who need help with things like communicating with physical and mental health providers, figuring out health insurance and other benefits, and dealing with housing and transportation issues.

 

  • Individual and group counseling for Veterans, service members, and their families
  • Family counseling for military related issues
  • Bereavement (grief) counseling
  • Military sexual trauma counseling and referral
  • Community outreach and education
  • Substance abuse assessment and referral
  • Employmentreferral
  • Referral of other VA services
Hours of Operation and related
Behavioral Health Counseling Center for war-zone Veterans and their families, as well as survivors of Military Sexual Trauma (MST). Also serves as a Resource Center for Veterans seeking information on Benefits and other services for Veterans
1-877-WAR-VETS (927-8387) (Just tap to call) is an around the clock confidential call center where combat Veterans and their families can call to talk about their military experience or any other issue they are facing in their readjustment to civilian life. The staff is comprised of combat Veterans from several eras as well as families members of combat Veterans. This benefit is prepaid through the Veteran’s military service.
NAMI works to educate, advocate, listen and lead to improve the lives of people with mental illness and their loved ones.>> Click here for support and more
NAMI Basics is a 6-session education program for parents, caregivers and other family who provide care for youth (ages 22 and younger) who are experiencing mental health symptoms. This program is free to participants, 99% of whom say they would recommend the program to others. NAMI Basics is available both in person and online through NAMI Basics OnDemand.>> Click here for more information