Child and Adolescent Mental Health Resources

Welcome to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Resources section of the NAMI PA, Main Line Guide to Resources for People with Mental Illness and Their Families. (Click here to return to the Guide to Resources table of contents.)

This page provides searchable tables that list:

Information by Diagnosis

This table lists information about different diagnoses in alphabetical order.
Information by DiagnosisOrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Attachment DisorderAssociation for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children310 E 28th St, Suite 215, Minneapolis, MN 55409. Ph: 612.861.4222www.attach.orgProvides training to parents and professionals to promote healthy attachment and heal trauma.
Attention Deficit DisorderAttention Deficit Disorder Association1800.939.1019www.attach.orgOffers information, support, advocacy, publications and referrals to support groups
ADD Warehouse300 NW 70th Ave, Suite 102, Plantation, FL 33317. Ph: 1800.233.9273www.addwarehouse.comCentral location for ordering books, tapes, assessment scales, and videos selected to help parents and others affected by ADD disorder.
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disoder4601 Presidents Dr, Suite 300, Lanham, MD 20706www.chadd.orgAdvocacy and education organization with 200 chapters. Offers information about ADD amd ADHD and consumer's legal rights.
Autism Spectrum DisorderABOARD'S Autism Connection of PA35 Wilson St, Suite 100, Pittsburgh, PA 15223. Ph: 1800.827.9385www.autism-support.orgCommitted to maximizing the potential and possibilities of Pennsylvanians with autism.
PA Department of Human Services- Autism ServicesBureau of Autism Services, Dept of Human Services. P.O. Box 2675, Harrisburg, PA 17105. www.dhs.pa.gov/citizens/
autismservices/index.htm
Autism Link135 Cumberland Rd, Suite 105, Pittsburgh, PA 15237. Ph: 412.364.1886.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention1600 Clifton Rd, Atlanta, GA 30329. Ph: 1800.232.4636www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism
/index.html
Information, projects at the Centers for Disease Control and other agencies, state activities, resources, and information about ASD in children.
Kyle's Tree House1080 Stackhouse Mill Rd, Newtown Square, PA 19073. www.kylestreehouse.orgInformation on treatment options, research, the latest news and other topics; a community where you can find help and help others.
Borderline Personality DisorderMcLean Hospital115 Mill St, Belmont, MA 02478. Ph: 877.967.7233. www.mclean.harvard.edu/pati
ent/child/atp.php
Information on borderline personality disorder treatment. 3 East offers DBT programs for adolescents.
National Education Alliance for BPDwww.borderlinepersonalitydisorder.comResources, publications, upcoming events.
Treatment and Research Advancements (TARA) National Association for Personality Disorder23 Greene St, New York, NY 10013. Ph: 212.966.6514. www.tara4bpd.orgResources, publications, upcoming events, support information and referrals.
Eating DisordersAmerican Anorexia/Bulimia Association of PhiladelphiaP.O Box 27156. Philadelphia, PA 19118. Ph: 215.221.1864www.aabaphila.orgProvides information and materials and support group information for individuals with eating disorders.
Eating Disorders Clinical & Research Program2 Longfellow Place, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02114. Ph: 617.726.8470. www.massgeneral.org/psychiatry/
services/treatmentprograms.aspx?id=1948
Dedicated to expanding knowsledge about eating disorders, their detection, treatment and prevention.
ANAD220 N Green St, Chicago, IL 60607. Ph: 630.577.1330www.anad.orgInformation, help and support available online and through the hotline.
National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)200 W 41st St, Suite 1203, New York, NY 10036. Ph: 1800.931.2237www.nationaleatingdisorders.orgResearch, advocacy, online newsletter, links, referrals and a hotline.
Mood DisordersDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)55 E Jackson Blvd, Suite 490. Chicago, IL 60604. Ph: 1800.826.3632. www.dbsalliance.orgOffers hope, help, support and education to improve the lives of people who have a mood disorder.
Families for Depression Awareness391 Totten Pond Rd, Suite 101, Waltham, MA 02451. Ph: 781.890.0220www.familyaware.orgHelps families recognize and cope with depressive disorders. Has a conference, support groups and booklets.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)Obsessive-Compulsive FoundationP. O Box 961029 Boston, MA 02196. www.ocfoundation.orgEducation about OCD and related disorders. Offers assistance for individuals, family members and friends. Researches causes and effective treatments of OCD and related disorders.
The Peace of Mind Foundation708B E 19th St, Houston, TX 77008. Ph: 832.474.1327. www.peaceofmind.comDedicated to bringing top of mind awareness to the issue of mental illness with the goal of eliminating these diseases so that one day all will have peace of mind.
Post-traumatic Stress DisorderSidran Foundation for PTSDP.O Box 436 Brooklandville, MD 21022. Ph: 410.825.8888www.sidran.orgTrauma training, resource articles, books.
SchizophreniaSchizophrenia and Related Disorders of America (SARDAA)P.O Box 941222 Houston, TX 77094. Ph: 1800.493.2094. www.sardaa.orgPromotes improvement in the lives of people with schizophrenia and their families. Holds toll-free monthly conference calls for individuals and family members.
Schizophrenia.comwww.schizophrenia.comInformation about schizophrenia
Schizophrenia Research Forumwww.schizophrenia.comSponsored by NARSAD, timely updates on research, profiles, and live chats with experts.
Substance AbuseSAMHSA's national helpline1800.622.4357www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helplineCan refer to local affiliares for a wide range of services for individuals with addictions and support groups for families.
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD)217 Boradway, Suite 712, New York, NY, 10007. Ph: 1800.622.4357. www.ncadd.orgProvides education, information, help, and hope to the public. NCADD operates a toll-free Hope Line for information and referrals to educate and assist the families and friends of addicted persons.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)5635 Fishers Lane, MSC 9304, Bethesda, MD 20892. www.niaaa.nih.govProvides information and publications relating to alcohol use and abuse.
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)6001 Executive Blvd, Room 5213, Bethesda, MD 20892. Ph: 301.443.1124www.drugabuse.govProvides information for parents, teachers, students, health professionals. Offers research reports, fact sheets, and information about dual diagnoses. Online publications are available.
PA Department of Health Research and Information Clearinghouse1877.724.3258www.apps.ddap.pa.gov.clearinghouseProvides information and booklets for prevention and treatment of SA.
PA Recovery Organization Alliance (PRO-A)900 S Arlington Ave, #254a, Harrisburg, PA 17109. www.pro-a.orgGoals are to eliminate stigma, improve access and treatment of SA.
Tourette SyndromePennsylvania Tourette Syndrome Association, IncP.O Box 148, McSherrystown, PA 17344. Ph: 1800.858.6040. www.patsainc.orgProvides information, resources, and support groups.
Tourette Syndrome Association of America42-40 Bell Blvd, Bayside, NY 11361. Ph: 1888.4.Touretwww.tsa-usa.orgLinks to education, research, resources, referrals to local chapters. National conference every two years.
Grief and LossThe Dougy CenterP.O Box 86852, Portland, OR 97286www.dougy.orgProvides support where children, teens and families grieving a death can share experiences.
Friends for Survival, IncP.O Box 214463, Sacramento, CA 95821. Ph: 916.392.0664. www.friendsforsurvival.orgProvides a variety of peer support services that comfort those in grief and help develop skills to cope with a loss caused by suicide.
Missing PersonsNational Center for Mikssing and Exploited Children699 Prince St, Alexandria, VA 22314. Ph: 800.843.5678. www.missingkids.comMissing childrens register.
National Missing and Unidentified Persons SystemPh: 855.626.7600www.namus.orgAllows general public to add new missing persons, add physical and circumstantial detauls, photographs, dental contacts and other critical information, create and print missing persons posters and track cases.
Suicide PreventionAmerican Association of Suicidology (AAS)5221 Wisconsin Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20015www.suicidology.orgAdvocacy, information, research and links.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)3535 Market St, #4047, Philadelphia, PA 19104. Ph: 215.907.0088www.afsp.orgContact AFSP for information regarding support groups, conferences, community events, programs, and volunteer opportunities.
American Prevention Resource Center1025 Thomas Jefferson St, NW, Suite 700. Ph: 1800.273.8255www.sprc.orgProvides prevention, training and informational materials.

Education on Mental Illness

This table lists organizations and programs that provide education and training about mental health issues affecting children and adolescents.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Breaking the SilenceNAMI Queens/Nassau. 1981 Marcus Ave, Suite C-117, Lake Success, NY 11042. Ph: 516.326.0797www.btslessonplans.orgDeveloped by NAMI Queens/Nassau County, NY. Tool kit includes lesson plans, games and posters on SMI for all school levels.
The Jason Foundation, Inc. 18 Volunteer Dr, Hendersonville, TN 37075. Ph: 1888.881.2323www.jasonfoundation.comProvides educational programs and services for parents, youth, and teachers to end the silent epidemic- youth suicide.
NAMI BasicsNAMI Montgomery County. 100 W Main St, Suite 204, Lansdale, PA 19446. Ph: 215.361.7784www.montconami.orgFor parents and other primary caretakers of children and adolescents with mental illness or serious behavioral issues. This six week program provides support and education on MI in young people, coping skills, and school-related issues.
NAMI's In Our Own Voice- Living with MINAMI Montgomery County. 100 W Main St, Suite 204, Lansdale, PA 19446. Ph: 215.361.7784. NAMI Bucks County. 600 Louis Dr, Suite 106, Warminster, PA 18974. Ph: 215.442.5637. www.montconami.org and www.namibuckspa.orgTrained speakers share their personal testimonies of living with and overcoming the challenges posed by MI.
Training and Education Center (TEC)Mental Health Partnerships 1211 Chestnut St, 11th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Ph: 215.751.1800www.mentalhealthpartnerships.org/
training
Part of Mental Health Partnerships. Offers 4-6 workshops ranging from 4-8 weeks. No fee for Philadelphia residents and small fees for others.

Schooling

This table lists different schooling options as well as programs and organizations that provide educational supports for children and adolescents.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Chester County Intermediate Unit455 Boot Rd, Downingtown, PA 19335. Ph: 484.237.5000www.cciu.orgCCIU provides services to public schools in Chester County. CCIU also operates schools on behalf of Chester County's school districts. CCIU specializes in creating and delivering educational programs for career-minded students, students with disabilities and students for whom a traditional setting is not working. CCIU also offers a REACH program for children who have been diagnosed with a significant mental health disorder.
Delaware County Intermediate Unit200 Yale Rd, Morton, PA 19070. Ph: 610.938.9000www.dciu.orgDCIU oversees all special education services in Delaware County. Offers schools for students with behavior/emotional problems.
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health444 Devereux Dr, Villanova, PA 19085. Ph: 800.345.1292www.devereux.orgOperates programs at several locations throughout Chester, Delaware and Philadelphia counties. Devereux also has approved private schools and a children's behavioral health center as well as residential treatment. See website for range of options and locations.
Education Law Center1315 Walnut St, 4th Fl, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Ph: 215.238.6970. www.elc-pa.orgDedicated to ensuring all children have access to quality public education. Offers fact sheets, manuals and training materials on many topics.
Education PlusHorizon House 120 S 30th St, Philadelphia, PA 19104. Ph: 215.386.3838. www.hhinc.org/behavioral-health-services/employment-and-education-services/Offers individualized supports such as study skills, peer, campus and life supports to adults with mental disabilities who are attending Philadelphia area colleges and certificate programs. Upon graduation from college, offers employment support.
Elwyn, Inc111 Elwyn Rd, Media, PA 19063. Ph: 610.891.2000. Multiple locations throughout Pennsylvania. www.elwyn.orgProvides academic instruction to children and young adults who have autism, social, emotional and/or behavioral challenges. Educational services are available from preschool age through 21 years.
Green Tree School and Services1196 E Washington Ln, Philadelphia, PA 19138. Ph: 215.866.0200. www.greentreeschool.orgNon-profit, state-licensed agency that provides education, therapeutic and clinical support to children 5-21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder and severe emotional disability.
Horizon House: Education Plus4725 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19139. Ph: 215.471.4016. www.hhinc.org/behavioral-health-services/employment-and-education-services/Offers individualized supports such as study skills, peer, campus and life supports to adults with mental disabilities who are attending Philadelphia area colleges and certificate programs. Upon graduation from college, offers employment support.
Independent Educational Consultants Association3251 Old Lee Highway, Suite 510, Fairfax, VA 22030. Ph: 703. 591.4850www.iecaonline.comProfessional association of full-time educational consultants offering guidance and referrals.
Lower Merion Committee for Special EducationMeetings held at LMSD Admin Bldg, 1st floor, Board Room A, 301 E. Montgomery Ave, Ardmore, PA 19033. www.lmcse.orgParent led volunteer organization serving families of children with IEP's, GIEP's and/or service agreements in Lower Merion School District.
Mill Creek School111 N 49th St, Philadelphia, PA 19139. Ph: 215.471.4900. www.millcreekschool.orgAlternative high school for students with emotional or social concerns.
Montgomery County Intermediate Unit2 W Lafayette St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.755.9400. www.mciu.orgOverseas all special education services in Montgomery County.
National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs5272 River Rd, Suite 600, Bethesda, MD 20816. Ph: 301.986.8770. www.natsap.orgNational resource for programs and professionals assisting young people beleagured by emotional and behavioral problems.
Northbridge School2374 North Penn Rd, Hatfield, PA 19440. Ph: 215.412.4009. www.npenn.org/domain/529Credit recovery school designed to support students who are struggling academically in grades 9-12. Students are able to receive individualized support in a small classroom community.
Pathway School162 Egypt Rd, Jeffersonville, PA 19403. Ph: 610.277.0660. www.pathwayschool.orgNon -profit private school that serves students with neurological impairment, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, psychological disorders, and serious emotional disturbance.
Parent Education Network6050 Geary Blvd, Ste 101A, San Francisco, CA 94121. Ph: 415.751.2237. www.parentseducationnetwork.orgPEN is a coalition of parents collaborating with educators, students and the community to empower and bring academic and life success to students with learning and attention differences.
Pennsylvania State Task Force on the Right to Educationwww.pattan.net/category/About/Partners/Single/?id=12Local task forces are available to assist and support students with disabilities and their families.
Pennsylvania Special Education ConsultlinePh: 1800.879.2301.www.odr-pa.org/parents/consultline/Direct link to trained educator who can explain Federal and State laws about special education, describe options, and identify agencies and support services.
Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN)333 Technology Dr, Malvern, PA 19355. Ph: 610.265.7321. www.pattan.netServes as training and technical assistance branch of the PA Bureau of Special Education.
Silver Springs Martin Luther School512 Township Line Rd, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462. Ph: 610.825.4440. www.silver-springs.orgProvides special education programs for students in kindergarten through 8th Grade who have been identified as needing full-time emotional support in an out-of-district placement.
Smart Student Guide to Financial Aidwww.finaid.orgInformation on loans, scholarships and financial aid applications.
Special Kids NetworkPh: 1800.986.4550www.health.pa.gov/My%20Health/Infant%20and%20Childrens%20Health/Special%20Kids%20Network/Pages/default.aspx#.WQvIsvnyvIVState-wide information and referral line to resources for kids with special needs.
The Timothy School973 Old Lancaster Rd, Berwyn, PA 19312. Ph: 610.725.0755. www.timothyschool.comK-5 School for children with autism.
The Vanguard School1777 North Valley Rd, Malvern, PA 19355. Ph: 610.296.6700.www.vfes.net/vanguardCo-ed special education school for K-12 children with ADD, autism, learning differences, social difficulties.
The Village452 S. Roberts Rd. Rosemont, PA 19010. Ph: 610.525.5400. (Rosemont Campus) 6517 Chester Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19142. Ph: 215.730.2240. (Preheim Center)www.village1877.orgProvides child welfare, residential programs, mental health, and prevention services to children and families.
Wordsworth AcademyTwo Philadelphia locations and one Fort Washington location. Ph: 215.643.5400.www.wordsworth.orgServices include two fully licensed schools, programs for children in acute psychiatric crisis, and a range of community based prevention, child welfare and behavioral health services.

Case Management and Community Support

This table lists case management and community-based resources for children and adolescents with mental health challenges.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Access Services500 Office Center Drive, Suite 100, Fort Washington, PA 19034. Ph: 215.540.2150. www.accessservices.orgProvides case management and outpatient counseling for adults, psychiatric rehabilitation services for children and respite services for families of people with mental illness.
Chester County Respite Network300 Limestone Rd, Oxford, PA 19363. Ph: 610.998.1050. www.chestercountyrespitenetwork.comProvides Chester County families of children with special needs temporary relief on an hourly, half day, full day, or overnight basis.
Child Guidance Resource Centers2000 Old West Chester Pike, Havertown, PA 19083. Ph: 484.454.8700. www.cgrc.orgProvides community-based therapeutic, supportive, and preventive behavioral healthcare services for children, adolescents and families with mental health, developmental disability, and residential needs. Visit webpage for list of services and locations.
Jewish Family and Children Services (JFCS)2100 Arch St, 5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Ph: 866.532.7669. www.jfcsphilly.orgJFCS programs provide a broad range of social services including child welfare services. Visit website for list of services and locations.
Montgomery County Community Action Development Commission113 E Main St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.277.6363www.cadcom.orgProvides community services to low-income people. Meets with family to determine the needs and barriers to become self-sufficient. Can help with clothing needs, food resources, housing, parenting skills and workforce development.

Chester County Offices

This table lists behavioral health and substance abuse offices in Chester County.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Chester County Youth and Families601 Westtown Rd, Suite 310, West Chester, PA 19380. Ph: 610.344.5800. Childline: 800.932.0313. www.chesco.org/201/children-youth-Families#Offers quality, comprehensive social services for families in Chester County.
Chester County Drug and Alcohol Services601 Wesstown Rd, Suite 310, West Chester, PA 19380. Ph: 610.344.6620. www.chesco.org/216/Drug-and-AlcoholResponsible for co-ordinating drug and alchol treatment in Chester County.
Chester County Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disability.601 Wesstown Rd, Suite 340, West Chester, PA 19380. Ph: 610.344.6265.www.chesco.org/615/Mental
HealthIntellectual-Dev-Disabiliti
Oversees government funded services in Chester County.
Chester Couty Community Care Behavioral HealthPh: 866.622.4228.www.ccbh.comIf you belong to the Health Choices program, Community Care oversees the mental health and substance abuse services you receive.

Chester County Providers

This table lists behavioral health and wrap-around providers in Chester County.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Child Guidance Resource Centers744 E Lincoln Hwy, Suite 420, Coatesville, PA 19320. Ph: 610.383.5635. www.cgrc.orgProvides high quality, community-based therapeutic, supportive, and preventive behavioral healthcare services for children, adolescents and families with mental health, developmental disability, and residential needs.
Creative Health Services929 Willow St, Pottstown, PA 19464. Ph: 610.326.7734www.creativehs.orgChildren's day and after school programs. Offers an environment for children to explore conflict resolution, anger management and family relationships, coping skills and positive social skills.
1 Mennonite Church Rd, Spring City, PA 19475.www.creativehs.orgCommunity based children's services, Family based services, behavioral health rehabilitative services, student assistance program.
Daemion Counseling Center95 Howellville Rd, Berwyn, PA 19312. Ph: 610.647.1431. www.daemioncounseling.orgShort term and long term counseling for people who cannot afford traditional therapy fees.
Devereux Community Services1041 W Bridge St, Suite 1, Phoenixville, PA 19320. Ph: 610.933.8110. www.devereux.orgDedicated to providing high quality, therapeutically intensive, coodinated and community based services to children, adolescents and adults.
Devereux Foundation444 Devereux Rd, Villanova, PA 19085. Ph: 800.345.1292www.devereux.orgOperates programs at several locations throughout Philadelphia counties.
Mapleton Residential Treatment Program 655 Sugartown Rd, Malvern, PA 19355. Ph: 800.935.6789. www.devereux.orgServes adolescents from 12-18 who have severe psychiatric disorders. Services include residential, psychiatric, and educational.
Devereux Day School 600 Boot Rd, Downingtown, PA 19335. Ph: 610.734.4930. www.devereux.orgServes children and adolescents ages 6-17 who have social, emotional, behavior problems and associated learning difficulties.
Children's Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services 390 East Boot Rd, West Chester, PA 19280. Ph: 610.431.8100. www.devereux.orgServices children ages 6-21 who have mental illness and/or learning disabilities. Residential facility and a day school available.
Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems467 Creamery Way, Exton, PA 19341. Ph: 610.363.1488www.holcomb-bhs.orgProvides a comprehensive range of behavioral health services including mental health, mental disability, substance abuse and psychosocial services throught easter Pennsylvania. See website for locations.
Human Services, IncPh: 610.873.1009www.hsi-cmhs.com/Different locations provide partial hospital and outpatient MH for children, adolescents and adults.
Mirmont Treatment Center100 Yearsley Rd, Media, PA 19063. Ph: 800. 846.4656www.mainlinehealth.org/locations/
mirmont-treatment-center
Drug and alcohol inpatient and outpatient facility.
Northwestern Human Services503 North Walnut Rd, Suite 335, Kennett Square, PA 19348. Ph: 610.444.1552www.nhsonline.orgProvides outpatient mental health and substance abuse services for children and adults.
Paoli Hospital255 West Lancaster Ave, Paoli, PA 19301. Ph: 484.565.1000www.mainlinehealth.org/locatio
ns/paoli-hospital
ER service only

Delaware County Offices

This table lists behavioral health and substance abuse offices in Delaware County.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Additional information available atwww.delaware.pa.networkofcare.org/mh/services/index.aspx
American Day Treatment Center401 Pilgrim Lane, Suite 100, Drexel Hill, PA 19026. Ph: 484.476.7520. www.mainlinehealth.org/AmericanDayTreatmentPartial hospital and IOP for ages 14 and above
Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health20 S 69th St, 3rd Floor, Upper Darby, PA 19082. Ph: 610.713.2365www.delcohsa.org/behavioralhealth.orgOversees all government funded mental health and substance abuse services in Delaware County.
Magellan Health Services1901 Market St, #22, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Ph: 484.725.6021www.magellanhealth.com

Delaware County Providers

This table lists behavioral health and wrap-around providers in Delaware County.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Bowling Green Brandywine1375 Newark Rd, Kennett Square, PA 19348. 844.210.1726www.bowlinggreenbrandywine.comOffers adult SA residential treatment, outpatient rehabilitation, and family programs.
Carelink Community Support Services Transition Age18-20 S Sycamore Ave, Clifton Heights, PA 19018. 610.622.8083www.carelinkservices.org/index.php/
services/residential/young-adults/
Offers an array of psychological rehabilitation services for 18-22 year olds, including residential services, care management, and family outreach.
Catholic Social Services of Delaware County130 E 7th St, Chester, PA 19013. 610.876.7101www.cssphiladelphia.orgFree, confidential meeting with a social worker to develop your unique plan, in order to understand options/strategies and available resources.
Center for Addictive Diseases600 Abbott Dr, Broomall, PA 19008. 484.476.1800www.mainlinehealth.com/addictionPart of Main Line Health Behavioral Health System. SA assessments, Intensive Outpatient Treatment and outpatient programs for ages 14 and above.
Child Guidance Resource Center2000 Old West Chester Pike, Havertown, PA 19083. 484.454.8700www.cgrc.orgFamily based MH services, truancy and deliquency prevention program, and therapeutic after school program.
Community Hospital Chester2600 W 9th St, Chester, PA 19013. 610.494.0700www.crozerkeystone.orgInpatient psychiatric, partial, outpatient services.
Crozer Chester Medical CenterOne Medical Center Boulevard, Upland, PA 19013. 610.447.2000 www.crozerkeystone.orgOne of two hospitals that accept involuntary commitments.
Delaware County Memorial Hospital501 N Lansdowne Ave, Drexel Hill, PA 19026. 610.284.8100www.crozerkeystone.orgPart of the Crozer-Keystone system.
Elwyn, Inc. 111 Elwyn Rd, Media, PA 19063. 610.891.2000. Aston Location: 1 Judy Way, Aston, PA 19014. 610.485.8860.www.elwyn.orgResidential treatment center for children, early intervention, day care, foster care, therapeutic services.
Family and Community Service of Delaware County37 N Glenwood Ave, Clifton Heights, PA 19018. 610.626.5800. Media Location: 600 N Olive Street, Media, PA 19063. 610.566.7540. www.fcsdc.orgCounseling services, SA treatment, permanent supportive housing with intensive case management services. Contact Media office for service requests.
Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems225 S 69th St, Upper Darby, PA 19082. 610.352.8943. Media location: 126 E Baltimore Pike, Media, PA 19063. 484.444.0412www.chimes.org/holcombUpper Darby location is a MH and SA IOP and outpatient for adults. Media location offers SA education, prevention and intervention programs.
Horizon House, Inc. 1601 Parklane Road Upper Level, Swarthmore, PA 19081. 610.328.2165www.hhinc.orgCountywide adult mobile psychiatric rehabilitation.
Hosham Clinic800 Park Way, Ste A Broomall, PA 19008. 610.544.8266www.horshamclinic.comMH hospital for children and adolescents ages 5-18.
Keystone Center2001 Providence Ave, Chester, PA 19013. 610.876.9000www.keystonecenter.netResidential treatment hospital facility for chemical dependency.
Keystone Center Extended Care Unit2000 Providence Ave, Chester, PA 19013. 610.876.8448www.keystonecenterecu.netResidential center for healing from sexual compulsivity and trauma.
LifePath401 Pilgrim Garden, Drexel Hill, PA 19026. 610.264.5724.www.lifepath.orgOutpatient MH Services, day programs, residential programs.
Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital1500 Lansdowne Ave, Darby, PA 19023. 610.237.4000. General info 610.237.4000. Crisis Center: 610.237.4210. Inpatient/Outpatient Services 610.237.4122. www.mercyhealth.orgOne of two hospitals that accept involuntary commitments. Crisis Center provides 24hr, 7 day a week psychiatric crisis intervention and treatment.
Mirmont Treatment Center100 Yearsley Mill Rd, Lima, PA19063. 800.846.4656www.mainlinehealth.com/mirmontPart of Main Line Health Behavioral Health System. SA and dual diagnosis residential rehab, IOP and outpatient.
Northwestern Human Services (NHS)800 Chester Pike, Sharon Hill, PA 19079. 610.586.4392www.nhsonline.orgAccess Center to provide information, referral, assessment, case management, crisis management and utilization management. Also, outpatient MH and SA counseling, mental health IOP, MISA rehab for patients with dual diagnoses, substance abuse IOP, dual diagnosis IOP, psychiatric rehab and social rehabilitation.

Montgomery County Offices

This table lists behavioral health and substance abuse offices in Montgomery County.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Additional information available atwww.montgomery.pa.network
ofcare.org/mh/services/category.aspx?cid=37017&targetgrp=
Magellan Health ServicesPh: 877.769.9782www.magellanofpa.com/co
unty-info/montgomery-county.aspx
Magellan is the Health Choices provider for Montgomery County.
Montgomery County Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities1430 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.278.3642www.montcopa.org/150
/Behavioral-HealthDevelopmental-Disabilit
Oversees all government funded behavioral health and disability services in Montgomery County.
Montgomery County Drug and Alcohol Program1430 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610.278.3642www.montcopa.org/1339/Drug-AlcoholResponsible for coordinating all drug and alcohol treatment in Montgomery County.

Montgomery County Providers

This table lists behavioral health and wrap-around providers in Montgomery County.
Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Abington Memorial Hospital1200 Old York Rd, Abington, PA 19001. 215.481.2000www.abingtonhealth.orgServices span inpatient for adults and geriatric patients, partial hospital for adults and seniors and a 24 hour/seven day a week crisis service available to hospital personnel and the community at large.
Access Services500 Office Center Dr, Suite 100. Fort Washington, PA 19034. 800.793.2150www.accessservices.orgServices for adults include outpatient counseling, psychological testing, evaluation, medication review and respite services. Services for children include behavioral rehabilitation program, therapeutic foster care program and respite services.
ACLAMO Family centers (Bi-lingual English/Spanisg)512 W Marshall St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.277.2570www.aclamo.orgFamily Center that connects people with needed services.
Aldersgate Youth Services Bureau42 N York Rd, Willow Grove, PA 19090. 215.657.4545www.aldersgateservices.orgServices include individual and family counseling for all ages. Topics and issues regularly addressed include: life transitions and loss, family relationship issues, various parenting difficulties, anger management, play therapy needs, school related behavioral situations, and substance abuse issues.
Anxiety and Agoraphobia Treatment Center112 Bala Ave, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004. 610.667.6490www.aatcphila.comProvides a clearinghouse for information and offers free professionally assisted support groups for people dealing with OCD and anxiety.
Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital7170 Lafayette Ave, Fort Washington, PA 19034. 215.641.5300www.brookeglenhospital.comCase management, outpatient, partial hospital and acute inpatient care. Provides services to individuals 5 and up.
Bryn Mawr Hospital130. S Bryn Mawr Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. 484.337.3000www.mainlinehealth.orgPart of Main Line Health Behavioral Health System. Crisis services and acute inpatient care for people ages 14 and above.
Carelink Star Program1201 Stanbridge St, Building 13, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.270.9120www.carelinkservices.org/index.php/
services/residential/64-2/
MH partial program for adults. Provides day services, residential services, therapy groups and psychosexual assessments.
Catholic Social Services353 E Johnson Highway, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.279.7372www.cssphiladelphia.orgOffers case management and counseling services.
Center for Loss and Bereavement3847 Skippack Pike, PO Box 1299, Skippack, PA 19474. 610.422.4100www.bereavementcenter.orgProvides professional counseling, support services and education for those dealing with loss and bereavement.
Central Behavioral Health1100 Powell St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.277.4600www.centralbh.orgAdult case management services, intensive outpatient program, senior case management and senior outreach services.
2500 Maryland Rd, Suite 130, Willow Grove, PA 19090. 267.818.2220www.centralbh.orgAdult therapy, psychiatric treatment, case management services.
1201 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.279.9270.www.centralbh.orgChild, adolescent and adult outpatient, couples and family psychotherapy, psychiatric treatment, dialectical behavioral therapy program, group therapy, drug and alcohol treatment.
1217 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.270.0625.www.centralbh.orgFamily based programs, Behavioral Health Rehab Services, extended assessment.
1109 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.272.3042www.centralbh.orgChildren and Young Adult services. Case management, transition to independence program, family/community supports, crisis intervention, Spanish-speaking Case Management Services.
First Presbyterian Church, DeKalb and Airy Streets, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.272.4110.www.centralbh.orgPreschool early intervention program and partial hospital program for children ages 3 to 6
Creative Health Services, Inc.929 Willow Street, Pottstown, PA 19464. 610.326.7734www.creativehs.orgChildren's Outpatient Program of Empowerment; Day, After School and Summer programs.
11 Robinson street, Pottstown, PA 19464. 484.941.0500www.creativehs.orgMental Health Outpatient Services. Intensive Outpatient Program. Drug and Alcohol Services, Montgomery County Case Management, Police Liason Project and S.A.F.E Programs.
360 King St, Pottstown, PA 19464. 610.326.8712. www.creativehs.orgCommunity Residential Rehabilitation Program.
81 S Keim St, Pottstown, PA 19464. 610.970.9767www.creativehs.orgIntensive Supportive Living Facility.
Eagleville Hospital100 Eagleville Rd, Eagleville, PA 19403. 610.539.6000. www.eaglevillehospital.orgSA and dual diagnosis inpatient and residential rehabilitation.
Family House901 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.278.0700. www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=49SA Residential rehab for women with children.
Family Services of Montgomery County3125 Ridge Pike, Eagleville, PA 19403. 610.630.2111. www.fsmontco.org/Provides preventive intervention and essential support during times of need in order to improve the quality of life of clients.
1715 Sumneytown Pike, Kulpsville, PA 19443. 215.368.0985. www.fsmontco.org/Provides preventive intervention and essential support during times of need in order to improve the quality of life of clients.
1976 East High Street, Pottstown 19464. www.fsmontco.org/Provides preventive intervention and essential support during times of need in order to improve the quality of life of clients.
Friends Connection Peer Support Services700 E Main St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.292.9922. Mobile psychological rehabilitation program for people with dual diagnoses.
Growth Opportunity Center822 Montgomery Ave, Suite 206, Narberth, PA 19072. 215.947.8654www.gocenter.netOutpatient services for children and adolescents including psychoeducational testing, tutoring, and speech therapy.
Hedwig House1920 Old York Rd, Abington, PA 19001. 215.659.2453www.hedwighouse.orgHelp with housing, employment, clubhouse, day treatment.
1717 Swede Rd, Suite 114, Blue Bell, PA 19422.www.hedwighouse.orgHelp with housing, employment, clubhouse, day treatment.
2506 N Broad St, Suite 200, Colmar, PA 18915. 484.802.0919www.hedwighouse.orgHelp with housing, employment, clubhouse, day treatment.
109 Jenkins Ave, Lansdale, PA 19446. 215.362.2887www.hedwighouse.orgHelp with housing, employment, clubhouse, day treatment.
Horsham Clinic722 Butler Pike, Ambler, PA 19002. 215.643.7800. www.horshamclinic.comChild, adolescent and adult MH and/or SA residential rehabilitation, IOP and partial.
The Lincoln CenterValley Forge Corporate Center, 820 Adams Ave, Audubon PA 19403. 610.277.3715www.thelincolncenter.comprovides SA prevention and intervention in school settings, drug and alcohol counseling, after care program, and DUI counseling.
Livengrin Foundation550 Pinetown Rd, Suite 150, Fort Washington, PA 19034. 800.245.4746www.livengrin.orgSA services- residential, partial, IOP, outpatient, dual diagnosis track.
355-A Lancaster Ave, Haverford, PA 19041. 610.642.4604www.livengrin.orgSA services- residential, partial, IOP, outpatient, dual diagnosis track.
Lower Merion Counseling Services850 W Lancaster Ave, 2nd Fl, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. 610.520.1510www.rhd.org/lmcsOutpatient services.
Montgomery County Emergency Services50 Beech Dr, Norristown, PA 19401. 844.455.7455www.mces.org24/7 crisis hotline, walk-in service, emergency psychiatric evaluation, inpatient, crisis residential program, ourpatient, criminal justic and forensic services, community outreach and intensive case management. All involuntary commitments in Montgomery County are admitted to MCES.
Montgomery Hospital Medical Center1301 Powell St, Norristown, PA 19410. 610.270.2000www.einstein.edu/locations/
montgomery-hospital-medical-center/
MH inpatient services and ''transitions'' partial hospitalization program for adults.
Norristown State Hospital1001 Sterigere St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.313.1000www.dhs.pa.gov/citizens/statehosp
itals/norristownstatehospital/#.VseR4pX2aP8
Extended psychiatric inpatient care.
Northwestern Human Services Corporate Office620 E Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444www.nhsonline.orgCorporate Administration Office
Northwestern Human Services400 N Broad St, Lansdale PA 19446. 215.368.2022. www.nhsonline.orgOutpatient MH/SA for adults and children.
Northwestern Human Services200 N. Chestnut St, Lansdale, PA 19446. 215.362.7955www.nhsonline.orgBehavioral Health for adults
Northwestern Human Services2506 N Broad St, Suite 201, Colmar, PA 18915. 215.716.9001www.nhsonline.orgBehavioral Health for Children
Penn Foundation807 Lawn Ave, Sellersville, PA 18960. 215.257.6551. www.pennfoundation.orgOutpatient mental health, partial hospital, supported housing, substance abuse services.
Pennsylvania Institute for Community Living- Grove House230 Fitzwatertown Rd, Willow Grove, PA 19090. 215.706.4330www.iclinc.net/services/mental-health/pennsylvania-icl-picl/Modified therapeutic community for 15 adults with dual diagnoses.
Programs in Counseling20 W Main St, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.279.4262MH/SA outpatient services
Ranch House50 Beech Dr, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.279.6100www.mces.org/pages/crisires_main.phpShort-term (5 day) step down from inpatient care. Must be referred through MCES.
Renaissance Community1033 County Line Road, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. 830 W Lancaster Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010. 610.526.9572. www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=129Drug and Alcohol Rehab.
Salisbury Behavioral Health, Inc300 Welsh Rd, Bldg 4 Ste 100, Horsham, PA 19044. 215.884.5566www.salisb.comCase management, support services, communityh residential rehabilitation, drop in center, long term residences, psychiatric rehabilitation services.
Silver Springs512 W Township Line Rd, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462. 610.825.4440. www.silver-springs.orgMH residential for children 6-14.
Suburban Community Hospital2701 DeKalb Pike, Norristown, PA 19401. 610.278.2000www.suburbanhosp.orgSenior Behavioral Health Unit
The Village452 S Roberts Rd, Rosemont, PA 19010. 610.525.5400www.village1877.org/MH residential rehab and outpatient services for adolescents and children.
Valley Forge medical Center1033 W Germantown Pike, Norristown, PA 19403. 610.539.8500www.vfmc.netSA and dual diagnosis inpatient and residential rehabilitation.
Wordsworth Academy2101 Pennsylvania Avenue, Fort Washington, PA 19034. 800.769.0088www.wordsworth.orgSchool for students who experience behavior, emotional and academic challenges in their current school.

Local Organizations

Resource/OrganizationAddress/PhoneWebsiteComments
Active Minds2001 S St NW, Suite 630, Washington DC 20009. Ph: 202.332.9595www.activeminds.orgActive Minds increases student awareness of mental illness; provides information and resources; encourages students to seek help as soon as it is needed. Local chapters at Cabrini College, Drexel Univ, Philadelphia Univ, Temple Univ, Univ of Penn, Ursinus College, West Chester Univ, St Joe's Univ, Villanova.
The Coalition for Youth of Lower Merion and NarberthP.O Box 23, Narberth, PA 19063. Ph: 484.337.8731.www.coalitionforyouthlmn.orgPrograms and resources to build assets in children, families and the community, to help reduce stress, alcohol use, drug use, violenvce and other risky behavior among youth.
Mental Health Partnerships1211 Chestnut St, 11th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Ph: 215.751.1800www.mentalhealthpartnerships.orgInformation and referral for the greater Philadelphia area. Compeer (consumer companion program), PIN (parents involved network), community support programs, consumer centers, temporary housing, services for the homeless, case management, TEC (training, education and consultation) for the family, and other services.
Minding Your Mind Foundation1084 E Lancaster Ave, Suite 201, Rosemont, PA 19010. Ph: 610.642.3879. www.mindingyourmind.orgOutreach Programs for students, families and educators about mental illness warning signs; promotes open dialogue in school and at home to encourage families to seek appropriate help.
NAMI PA, Chester County825 Paoli Pike, 3rd Fl, #6, West Chester, PA 19380. Ph: 484.947.5643. www.namichestercounty.orgAdvocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups.
NAMI PA, Delaware CountyP.O Box 567 Lansdowne, PA 19050. Ph: 610.623.0071. www.namipadelco.orgAdvocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups.
NAMI PA, Main Line320 Woodley Rd, Merion, PA 19066. Ph: 267.251.6240. www.namipamainline.orgAdvocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups.
NAMI PA, Montgomery County100 W Main St, Suite 204, Lansdale, PA 19446. Ph: 215.361.7784. www.namimontcopa.orgAdvocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups.

 

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