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ABUSE/NEGLECTOrganization           Contact Information           Services/EligibilityAccess                 634 S. George...
ABUSE/NEGLECTOrganization          Contact Information          Services/EligibilityYork County           http://www.york-...
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CASE MANAGEMENT/DEBT MANAGEMENTOrganization        Contact Information        Services/EligibilityLutheran Social     Chri...
CASE MANAGEMENT/DEBT MANAGEMENTOrganization          Contact Information       Services/EligibilityRed Land              A...
CASE MANAGEMENT/DEBT MANAGEMENTOrganization          Contact Information        Services/EligibilityYork County           ...
CHILD CARE/ELDERLY SUPERVISION SERVICESOrganization          Contact Information        Services/EligibilityThe Arc of Yor...
CHILD CARE/ELDERLY SUPERVISION SERVICESOrganization   Contact Information    Services/EligibilityYMCA           Shrewsbury...
CHILD CARE/ELDERLY SUPERVISION SERVICESOrganization          Contact Information          Services/EligibilityYWCA        ...
COMMUNITY CENTERSOrganization        Contact Information        Services/EligibilityCommunity           213 Lancaster St.P...
COMMUNITY CENTERSOrganization     Contact Information         Services/EligibilitySalvation Army   257 E. South Street    ...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization    Contact Information        Services/EligibilityAdams Hanover   73 E. Forr...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization    Contact Information     Services/EligibilityAdams Hanover    1195 Rooseve...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization    Contact Information    Services/EligibilityAdams Hanover                 ...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization         Contact Information    Services/EligibilityAdams Hanover            ...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization         Contact Information    Services/EligibilityBell Socialization       ...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization          Contact Information     Services/EligibilityCatholic Charities    2...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization         Contact Information    Services/Eligibility                     717-...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization        Contact Information      Services/EligibilityHighmark Caring     Lemo...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization        Contact Information    Services/EligibilityLeg Up Farm               ...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization          Contact Information    Services/EligibilityLutheran Social       Ch...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization        Contact Information     Services/EligibilityNuestra Clinica     545 P...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization        Contact Information      Services/EligibilityCenter              York...
COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization        Contact Information    Services/EligibilityTriad Treatment           ...
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  1. 1. 2012York County and Surrounding Areas Resource Guide As organized & researched by: Cathy S. Eichelberger, Ph.D., LSW December 31, 2011Disclaimer: Although all efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of this document theauthor is not responsible for nor can the information provided be guaranteed. It is the user’sresponsibility to research and confirm the resources and programs listed in this guide. No alterations permitted. Reprints or distributions for commercial or organizational purposes require the author’s written permission. Author may be 1 contacted at cse1258@comcast.net
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTSAbuse/Neglect .3Case Management/Debt Management .4Child Care/Elderly Supervision Services .9Community Centers 11Counseling/Mental Health Services 13Education 31Elderly/Disabled 36Employment 40Financial Assistance 44Food, Clothing, Personal Items & Household Needs 46Housing/Shelters/Utilities 54Legal Services 61Medical/Dental Services 63Miscellaneous Services 69Substance Abuse 75Support Groups 78Transportation 79New Resources I have Found 81 2
  3. 3. ABUSE/NEGLECTOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityAccess 634 S. George Street 24-Hour Confidential Hotline: Physically violent or an York, PA 17401 emotionally abuse situation DV: 717-846-5400 800-262-8444 Emergency Safe Shelter: Available any time of the day or night for victims of domestic violence and their children. Sexual Abuse: 717-854-3131 Support Groups: Available for victims of domestic violence. 800-422-3204. Transitional Housing in York and Hanover: Survivors of abuse Legal Advocacy: can live for one or two years in affordable housing as they work 717-846-5400 towards their goals. Support Groups: Hospital Response/Medical Advocacy: Volunteers or staff meets 717-854-3131 with victims at the hospital any time of the day or night to offer support and services. Staff also collaborates with the health care Hanover: community to ensure quality services to victims. 717-637-2235 Legal Advocacy: Staff offer options for victims (and their Web Site: significant others) of domestic violence, sexual violence, or other http://www.ywcayork.org/ violent crimes. Staff will assist with securing a Protection from Abuse Order and will accompany victims to court. Individual and Group Counseling: Counseling available to victims of all ages to assist in healing from violence.Children’s Aide 400 West Market Street, Crisis nursery:Society: Lehman York, PA 17401-3804 717- Emergency care to prevent child abuseCenter 845-5771 Child-centered counseling, and family support programs. Hotline” 800-635-6619 Fax: 717-852-7605 www.cassd.orgLutheran Social 750 Kelly Drive, York, PA Domestic Abuse Intervention program :Services of South 17404 Abusers (men and women) that seek to end their abuse byCentral 717-852-9706 learning non-violent, non-controlling skills.Pennsylvania: Fax: 717-854-7266 Opportunities, information and skills training.Advance (Avoiding Anger management training.Domestic Violence, Email Fees paid by clients are based on a sliding scale.Affirming Non- advance@lutheranscp.orgControlling Efforts)Childline Hillcrest Building #53 Report child abuse and neglect issues. 2nd Floor PO Box 2675 Harrisburg, PA 17105 800-932-0313S.P.C.A. of York 3159 N. Susquehanna Trail Report animal abuse and neglect issues.County York, PA 17406 717-764-6109York County York County Judicial Center The court may order the abuser to:Protection from 45 North George Street Stop abusing you and/or your children.Abuse Center 1st Floor Stay away from where you, where you live, work and/or attend(PFA) York, PA 17401 school. 717-771-9662 Refrain from harassing you and /or stalking you. Turn over any weapons to the sheriff. 3
  4. 4. ABUSE/NEGLECTOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityYork County http://www.york- Pay you for financial losses resulting from the abuse. (TheseProtection from county.org/departments/cour losses could include medical, dental, relocation, attorney fees,Abuse Center ts/PFA/s-9.htm as well as loss of earnings).(PFA) Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-4:30 PMYork County 100 W. Market Street Report child abuse & neglect issues.Children & Youth York, PA 17401 Case management services & community referral assistance.Services 717-846-8496 Fax: 717-771-9884York County 100 W. Market Street, Suite Report elderly abuse & neglect issues. Case managementOffice of the Aging 102 services & community referral assistance. York, PA 17401 717-771-9610 800- 632-9073 Fax: 717-771-9044 E-mail: aging@york- county.orgYWCA 23 W. Chestnut Street 24 hour Confidential Hotline PO Box 824 Temporary or Emergency Safe Shelter Hanover, PA 17331 Legal Advocacy, including assistance with filing a Protection 717-637-2125 From Abuse Order Fax:717-637-9516 Referral and Support Child Therapy W.E.A.V.E. (Womens Empowerment Against Violent Environments), an Adult Support Group with Free Child Care during group Community Education for all groups, includes ducational Speakers and/or age-appropriate Outreach Materials Accompaniment and/or Transportation to appointments/hearings, including civil and criminal hearings Options Counseling and Crisis Response Servicios en español CASE MANAGEMENT/DEBT MANAGEMENTOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityAIDS Community 717-334-8344 Provides care and supportive services and innovativeAlliance of South prevention and education services to anyone affected by orCentral Hours: Monday-Friday who has contracted HIV.Pennsylvania 9 AM-5 PMAmerican Red 529 Carlisle Street V.A. representative assists veterans at the Family Center fromCross Hanover, PA 9:00 AM-12:00 PM the 1st & 3rd Friday of each month. 717-637-3768 Fax: 637-3294 A representative from York County Assistance Office assists families & individuals to access service every Thursday from 8:30 AM-3:00 PM. Family Center: 4
  5. 5. CASE MANAGEMENT/DEBT MANAGEMENTOrganization Contact Information Services/Eligibility Wed-Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PMThe Arc of York 497 Hill Street Advocacy Services:County York, PA 17403 Advocate for disabled members of the community. Phone: 717- 846-6589 Educate the community about intellectual disabilities. Fax: 717-852-8842 Work to improve the quality and accessibility of the full range of services and supports. General Email: Provide information & support to parents so that they may better mail@thearcofyorkcounty.or advocate for their children with intellectual disabilities g educational needs.Children’s Aide Lehman Center Not-for-profit agency providing crisis nursery care, child-centeredSociety 400 West Market Street, counseling, family support programs and case management. York, PA 17401-3804 717- 845-5771 Hotline: 800-635-6619 Fax: 717-852-7605 343 Lincoln Way West New Oxford, PA 17350 717-624-4461 www.cassd.orgCommunity Main Office Case Management:Progress Council, 605 S. George St. Consumer CenteredInc. Suite 100 Engaging York, PA 17401 Assessing 717-845-7176 or Planning 800-892-5441 Accessing Resources Fax: 717-846-9892 Coordinating http://www.yorkcpc.org/ Monitoring Debt management/budgeting Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-5 PMConsumer Credit 970-D S. George Street Debt managementCounseling York, PAServices 1-888-511-2227 Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:00 AM-8:00 PM Friday 8:00-5:00 PM Sat 8:00 AM-2:00 PMFamily First Health 116 South George Street, 3rd Caring Together:- Social Services Floor Social services for people who are HIV positive. York, PA 17401 Services are provided regardless of the client’s ability to pay. 717- 846-6776 Case managers screen clients for eligibility for a variety of assistance programs. Hours: Monday-Friday Single point of contact. 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Call Nurse Care Managers at 846-4774. Nurses will assess the client’s needs, schedule a medical appointment and contact other team members who will provide other services as needed.Jewish Family 2000 Holly wood Dr. Case management & activities: Services provided to JewishServices of York York, PA individual or couples or inter-faith couple 717-843-0918 5
  6. 6. CASE MANAGEMENT/DEBT MANAGEMENTOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityLutheran Social Christ Lutheran Church Case Management:Services of South 44 Chambersburg Street Supportive ListeningCentral Gettysburg, PA 17325 Creative Problem SolvingPennsylvania 717-334-5212 (Adams Referrals to community services and resources County) Assistance: advocacy, financial planning, listening, direct St. Pauls Lutheran Church assistance and encouragement, prayer and support. 127 York Street No Fees Hanover, PA 17331 717-633-6870 Christ Lutheran Church 29 South George Street York, PA 17401 717-848-1012 Christ Lutheran Church 101 South Main Street Shrewsbury, PA 17361 717-235-7459New Hope 6 N. Second Street Debt management:Ministries Dillsburg, PA Budgeting Skills 717-432-3053 1836 Industrial Court Dover, PA 717-292-3441 Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 AM-4:00 PMPenn-Mar 44 S. Main Street Case Management:Organization Shrewsbury, PA 17361 Provides direct social and welfare services to those in need. All 717- 227-0048 services require an appointment. Penn-Mar North PCAP for Met-Ed & Columbia Gas. 10671 Susquehanna Trail LIHEAP cash (November through March) Glen Rock, PA 17327 1$Energy 717- 235-8068 Assistance: Rent, energy (financial & energy assistance has Fax 717-235-9878 income eligibility requirements), car fuel Child Care Medical Food Baby Supplies Case Management Goal setting Short term counseling Workshops Back to School Supplies: sign up begins in JulyRed Land 308 Market Street Debt management:Community Action Lewisberry, PAProgram 717-938-4621 Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:30 6
  7. 7. CASE MANAGEMENT/DEBT MANAGEMENTOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityRed Land AM-5:00 PMCommunity Action Fri 8:30 AM-12:00 PMService Access 1305B East Market Street, Case management:Management York PA Children & adults with mental health issues.(SAM) 717-848-8744 Must have a diagnosis from a medical doctor, psychologist or a 25 Charles Street psychiatrist. Suite 9 Hanover, PA 17331 717-848-8744 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-4:30 PMSpanish American 225 East Princess Street Case management:Center York, PA 17403 Hispanic Community of York 717- 846-9434 Referrals to community services Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 AM-5 PM Friday 8 AM-3 PMYMCA of York 90 N. Newberry Street Referral information for basic needsCounty York, PA 17401 Services for Latino citizens of York County 717-843-7884 ext. 242 English as a 2nd language Fax: 717-854-1857 Spanish GED classes Interpreting & translation services Website: www.yorkcoymca.orgYork Adams 100 W. Market Street Case management:County Mental York, PA 17401 Adults & children with mental health issues.Health & Mental 717-771-9618 Must have a diagnosis from a medical doctor, psychologist or aRetardation 11 Carlisle Street psychiatrist.(MHMR) Hanover, PA 17331 Hours: Monday-Friday 8 AM-4:30 PMYork County PO Box 1865 Case management services: York County residents affected orCouncil of York, PA 17405 infected with HIV/AIDS. No fees for services.Churches: Ordinary 717-843-5295 Pastoral Care-Spiritual group therapy Support GroupsPeople Infected and affected Transportation Warehouse-suppliesExtraordinary Need Hours: (Call for appt) assistance with household items(OPEN) Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM Friday 8:00 AM-1:30 PMYork County 100 West Market Street, Case management services and community referral assistance forOffice of the Aging Suite 102 people 60 and older: York, PA 17401 In-home services 717- 771-9610 Home delivered meals 800- 632-9073 Caregiver support Spanish 717-771-9572. Adult Day Care Information Fax: 717- 771-9044 Ombudsman 7
  8. 8. CASE MANAGEMENT/DEBT MANAGEMENTOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityYork County E-mail: aging@york- TransportationOffice of the Aging county.org Legal Services Intergenerational programs: Rent A Kid-low cost help with chores. Recreation & leisure activities Long term care information Report elderly abuse and neglect issues.York County 100 W. Market Street Case management:Veterans Affairs Suite 101 Veterans AdvocateOffice (VA) York, PA 17401 VA Medical Benefits 717-771-9218 State and Federal Benefits 800-441-2025 ext. 9218 Compensation Claims Fax: 717-771-4617 Service connected and Non-Service connected Compensation American Red Cross Claims 529 Carlisle Street Emergency Assistance Benefit Hanover, PA 17331 Death Indemnity Pension 717-637-3769 Transportation Services to Lebanon VA Assisted Care Aid and Attendance Hours: Representative is Dependent Education Application Services available 1st & 3rd Friday Organize and Conduct Ceremonies of each month. Facilitate matching Veterans with other County Services York VA Outpatient Clinic 2251 Eastern Blvd. York, PA 17402 717-840-2730 Hours: Representative is available 3rd Thurday of each month. Red Lion Area Senior Center 20 Gotham Drive #A Red Lion, PA 17356 717-244-7229 717-6934 717-244-5505 Hours: Representative is available 3rd Wed of each month.York’s Helping 412 W. King Street Services for the homeless, primarily York City but will assistHand for the York, PA 17401 anyone in York County.Homeless 717-846-9275 Case Management & Emergency Shelter: Counseling Shelter referrals/motel 8
  9. 9. CHILD CARE/ELDERLY SUPERVISION SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityThe Arc of York 497 Hill Street Families that require after-school care for their teenaged childrenCounty York, PA 17403 with intellectual disabilities benefit from having a safe, fun place Phone: 717- 846-6589 for their kids to enjoy fellowship each afternoon. Fax: 717-852-8842 General Email: mail@thearcofyorkcounty.or gChild Care 13 West Market Street Non-profit child care resource and referrals:Consultants, Inc, York, PA 17401 Assist in finding and evaluating child care optionsChild Care 717- 854-2273 or Financial assistance for child care.Consultants, Inc of 800- 864-4925 Caregivers must financially qualify and work at least 25 hours aYork County Fax: 717- 843-4158 week to qualify. Email: info@childcareconsultants.o rg Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 AM-5:00 PMChildren’s Aide Lehman Center Nursery:Society 400 West Market Street, Children birth-6 years of age. York, PA 17401-3804 0-72 hours of respite child care. Please call to schedule. 717- 845-5771 Crisis/Emergency nursery 800-635-6619 Support groups 343 Lincoln Way West Case management New Oxford, PA 17350 717-624-4461Crispus Attucks 605 S. Duke Street Child Care:Early Learning York PA Children from 3 mos-12 yoa.Center 717-848-3610 Child Care Consultants or private pay. Fax: 717-843-3914 Hours: Monday-Friday 6:30 AM-5:30 PMEaster Seals 2550 Kingston Road, Suite Child Development Center/Preschool:Central 219 Children ages 6 months to 5 years of all abilities.Pennsylvania York, PA 17402 Phone: 717-741-3891 Fax: 717-741-5359YMCA 1705 Palomino Road Child Care: Dover, PA All day care for 2 -5 yoa. 717-292-5622 Before & after school care (Kid’s Club) for K-5th grades. Kid’s Club available at Dover Elem, Leib, Weigelstown, North Hours: Monday-Friday Salem, Roundtown and Hayshire Elementary Schools. 6:30 AM-6 PM 4075 E. Market St Child Care: Suite 2 Before- and after-school care to school-aged children. York, PA 17406 Child care hours begin on September 3rd, from school dismissal 717- 755-7144 through 6:00pm, Monday through Friday. 100 Constitution Ave Child Care: PO Box 263 K-13 yoa, before & after school care during school. Full time 9
  10. 10. CHILD CARE/ELDERLY SUPERVISION SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityYMCA Shrewsbury, PA 17361 care when school is not in session 717-235-0446 Summer camp opportunities. Fax: 717-227-9005 Kid’s Club is available at the following schools: Southern (Friendship, Southern and Shrewsbury Elementary Schools), South Eastern (Fawn Grove and Stewartstown Elementary Schools), Dallastown (Loganville Springfield Elementary School). Kindergarten Care is also available the Southern Branch location. 90 N. Newberry Street Child Care: York, PA 6 weeks-12 yoa, 717-854-7884 Full time care, before and after school care. Hours: Monday-Friday 6 AM- 6 PM 500 George Street Child Care: Hanover, PA 17331 Full daycare for 13 months—5 yoa, 717-632-8211 Before & after school care onsite in local schools. Hours: Monday-Friday 6:15 AM-6 PMYWCA YWCA & Early Learning Child Care: 23 W. Chestnut Street 6 weeks old to 5 years. PO Box 824 Scholarships approved based on financial need and available Hanover, PA 17331 funds. 717-637-2125 Fax:717-637-9516 Hotline: 717-632-0007 YWCA & Early Learning Pre-K Counts Classrooms: 320 E. Market Street York location York, PA 17403 Ages 3-5 717-845-2631 Part-time and full-time classes available Fax: 717-846-9181 Meals and snacks provided Hours: Mon-Friday 6:30AM-5:30 PM Early Learning Center School-Age Child Care: 4304 N. George St. Ext. S. Queen St location serves Dallastown Schools (Dallastown Manchester, PA Elementary, Dallastown Intermediate, York Township 717-266-1073 Elementary, and Leader Heights Elementary). Manchester location serves Northeastern Schools (Conewago Hours: Mon-Friday Elementary (on-site for K-3rd grade), Orendorf Elementary, 6:30AM-6:00 PM Shallow Brook Elementary, and Spring Forge Elementary). York location serves (Davis Elementary, Devers Elementary, Goode Elementary, Jackson Elementary, and McKinley Elementary). Breakfast & snacks provided. Fees: Registration is $50; Before & After-School program is $100/week. Early Learning Center Quantum Opportunities Program: 2179 S. Queen Street York location. 10
  11. 11. CHILD CARE/ELDERLY SUPERVISION SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityYWCA York, PA After-school program for male and female students in grades 9 – 717-747-9254 12. Development in three areas: Education, Community Service, and Hours: Mon-Friday Life-Skill 6:30AM-5:30 PM Students earn money for continuing education while participating in programs. Tutoring, homework help, and software programs to improve skills and computer labs for school projects. Temple Guard Drill Team: York location. Mentoring program based on discipline and focus. Youths in grades K-12 Military-style boot-camp marching and dance. Drill team members perform twice a month across the mid-state. Camp Cann-Edi: Over night camp. Summer camp near Conewago Creek for children ages 7-14. Explorer Camp: Day camp for children ages 5, 6 & 7 years old. York & Manchester locations.York County Call for a list of Adult Day Adult Care:Office of the Aging Care Centers: Complete assessment of the individual’s medical, physical, and 100 West Market Street emotional needs to authorize service. Suite 102 60 years of age or older who require more support than can be York, PA 17401 provided at a Senior Community Center. 717- 771-9610 Respite for caregivers enabling them to work outside of the 800- 632-9073 home or just take a break. Spanish 717-771-9572. Unable to care for their own personal needs or require 24 hour Protective Service Intake: supervision due to a mental or physical disabilities 717-771-9610 Ambulatory or able to use a wheelchair or walker for mobility Fax: (717) 771-9044 with assistance. Basic personal care, reality orientation, and self-help training. E-mail: aging@york- Supervised socialization, recreation, meals & transportation. county.org Uncontrolled behavior problems cannot be managed in Adult Day Care. Be able to withstand transportation for at least one half-hour or have caregivers be able to transport the participant one or both ways within the hours of operation. Sliding scale fee based on income for York County residents. COMMUNITY CENTERSOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityAtkins House 307 East King Street HIV/AIDS Education &Prevention: York, Pennsylvania 17403 Individual risk assessments 717-848-5454 Risk reduction counseling.Community 219 York St. Emergency Services:Progress Council- Hanover, PA 17331 Food, clothing, heat & other basic needs.Hanover 717-632-9191 Urban and rural residents who are low to moderate income. 11
  12. 12. COMMUNITY CENTERSOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityCommunity 213 Lancaster St.Progress Council- Red Lion, PA 17356Hanover 717-417-3354 226 E. College Ave. York, PA 17404 717-846-4600 http://www.yorkcpc.org/ Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 AM-5 PMLighthouse Youth 55 West Philadelphia Street After School Club:Center Ministry York, PA 17403 Children, grades 1-5 Phone: 717- 843-5799 School days (5 days a week) from 3:00-5:00 PM. Fax: 717- 852-9508 Safe environment to do their homework Tutoring 4 days a week. Recreational activities Pick-ups from designated York City elementary schools and transportation home to designated stops $10.00 registration fee and some activities will require a minimal cost. Teen Evening Program: The teen program runs Monday-Friday from 6:00-9:00p.m. and offers young people, grades 6-12, a haven to have fun, Bible studies, tutoring, Girls cooking classes, Boys/Girls basketball teams and much more. No cost to register, however, some activities will require a minimal cost. Transportation home provided to designated stops. Lighthouse Youth Center Camps: Summer Day Camp: Every day from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., for six weeks, approximately 200 kids meet at the Lighthouse Youth Center to take day trips to parks, museums, swimming areas and much more. There is a one-time registration fee of $5.00 and an admission fee of $10.00 per week per child. Transportation is provided from/to designated stops throughout the city. Residential Day Camp: Up to 60 children per week (for two weeks) are enrolled during the summer at Camp Andrews. Here, they are able to be "kids" by participating in activities such as swimming, boating, archery and Bible studies. Many lives are changed at Camp Andrews. There is a $7.50 registration fee per child.Mason-Dixon 5 Pendyrus St. Serve urban and rural residents who are low- to moderate-income.Community Delta, PA 17314 Emergency services are provided including food, clothing, heatServices 717-456-5559 and other basic needs.Red Land 308 Main St. Serve urban and rural residents who are low- to moderate-income.Community Action Lewisberry, PA 17339 Emergency services are provided including food, clothing, heatProgram 717-938-4621 and other basic needs.Salvation Army 50 E. King Street Adult Community Recreation & Education Programs York, PA 17401 Emergency Assistance: financial, food, utilities & heating 717-848-2364 Older Adult Services - Visitation Services 12
  13. 13. COMMUNITY CENTERSOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilitySalvation Army 257 E. South Street Worship Center: Music & arts, women, men’s and children York, PA 17403 services. 717-846-0167 Youth Services - Boys & Girls Club, Latchkey Programs 1080 Haines Rd York, PA 17402 717-840-1300 COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityAdvance 750 Kelly Drive Group Counseling: Sessions for men & women committed to York, PA 17404 ending violence in relationships and learning to relate in a non- 717-852-9706 abusive & non-controlling way. Application of reduced fees is available.Adams Hanover 33 Frederick Street Progressions Partial Hospitalization Program: A mental healthCounseling Hanover, PA 17331 program designed to assist adults (18 yoa or older) that have aServices 717-632-4900 primary diagnosis of a major mental disorder and who need more Fax: 717-637-2611 intensive treatment than can be provided through individual outpatient counseling or are transitioning back into the community from an inpatient psychiatric hospital or are at risk for admissions to a psychiatric inpatient facility. Services are available 5 days a week for up to 6 hours a day between the hours of 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Participants must not be an imminent risk to self or others, must be willing to comply with the program’s policies and structure. Group therapy Creative Art therapy Drug & alcohol relapse & prevention Health/mental health education Personal medicine Symptom management/reduction Family/collateral meetings Dialectical Behavior Therapy skill groups Medication management Insurances accepted: Geisinger Health Plan, PA Employee Benefits Trust Fund, Quest Behavioral Health, United Behavioral Health, Amerihealth Mercy HMO, Gateway Health Plan, Unison Med PLUS Plan, & York MH/MR County Liabilities. All appointments are Outpatient Services: Out patient psychotherapy, psychological scheduled through the Intake testing and evaluation, psychiatric evaluation, and medication Dept. 717-646-2956 therapy to assist in the identification of problem areas, developing self-awareness and then using this knowledge to resolve problems, Office locations: and to improve general life skills. Services are available to any age 625 W. Elm Avenue, group and can help individual, groups, families and couples. Hanover, PA 17331, 717- •Marital and family difficulties 632-4900 •Childhood disorders •School and employment adjustments 44 S. Franklin Street •Drug or alcohol abuse Gettysburg, PA 17325 •Low self-esteem 717- 334-9111 •Feelings of guilt, unhappiness, or depression •Thoughts of suicide 13
  14. 14. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityAdams Hanover 73 E. Forrest Avenue Suite •Feeling nervous, uptight, or anxiousCounseling 312, Box 12 Shrewsbury, •Continual worry or fearServices PA 17361 •Feelings of frustration, anger, and aggression 717-235-0199 •Disturbing personal behavior or thoughts •Child abuse 5 Pendyrus Street •Mental illnesses like depression, anxiety and Delta, PA 17314 schizophrenia 717-456-5578 Workshop Topics: 1195 Roosevelt Avenue •Stress Management York, PA 17404 •Substance Abuse 717-843-0800 •Support Groups •Parenting 5351C Jaycee Avenue Suite 1 Harrisburg, PA 17112 717- 657-2080 33 Fredrick Street Crisis Intervention: 24 hours per day, 7 days a week emergency Hanover, PA 17112 program providing immediate mental health and substance abuse 717-637-7633 services to any individual who is experiencing a “crisis” situation. 717- 334-0468 “Crisis” is the urgent perception that the difficulty has reached 1-866-325-0339 such intolerable proportions that it exceeds the resources and Hot Line: 800-273-8255 coping abilities of the individual. The crisis has the potential to overwhelm one to the extent that it may result in serious pathology, including suicide and homicide. Often, because of the nature and intensity of the pain, the person is compelled to seek help. Assistance is delivered effectively through: •Brief Emergency Counseling and Assessment •Intervention, Information, Referral and Problem-Solving •Arrangement for psychiatric hospitalization or chemical detoxification as needed •Consultation and community education •Outreach to schools, hospitals, prison, police departments, etc. 625 W. Elm Avenue, Drug & Alcohol Treatment: Program is designed to help Hanover, PA 17331 individuals recognize that drug and/or alcohol dependency is a 717- 632-4900 disease which affects their total functioning as well as their family and social systems. The overall goal is to help individuals accept, 44 S. Franklin Street, regain, and maintain personal control and responsibility for their Gettysburg, PA 17325 own actions and choices. Individuals are given the chance to 717- 334-9111 address problems without leaving their homes, jobs, families, and communities. Treatment focuses on identifying problems and 73 E. Forrest Avenue, Suite increasing self-awareness while developing coping mechanisms to 312, Box 12, Shrewsbury, resolve difficulties and produce more effective lifestyles. PA 17361 717-235-0199 5 Pendyrus Street Delta, PA 17314 717- 456-5578 14
  15. 15. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityAdams Hanover 1195 Roosevelt Avenue,Counseling York, PA 17404Services 717-843-0800 33 Frederick Street Assisted Living Program: Four (3) bedroom homes located in Hanover, PA 17331 York, Hanover, and Littlestown. Referrals are received from our 717-632-4900 CHIPP Program as well as various community resources. Upon Fax: 717-637-2611 entry to the program, individuals’ medical and psychiatric needs will be assessed, addressed, and monitored, as well as on a continual basis. Breaking Barriers Center (BBC): A non-structured, social drop-in center where individuals can come together for peer support, social and recreational activities. Community Hospital Integration Project Program (CHIPP): Provides stable, community-based housing to adult individuals formerly living in a state hospital setting. The individual receives support and supervision while living in their own apartment. The program is located in three individual clusters in Hanover, York, and McSherrystown. Community Residential Rehabilitation Program: To assist adults with persistent mental illness to live in a safe, home-like environment in order to promote independence based on an individual’s own potential. This program provides a structured “group home” setting, while providing training in symptom management, interpersonal skills, and daily living skills. The program is a three-step, transitional program with two individual sites (New Dawn and Sunrise), with the Supported Housing Program being the final stage of “transition”. Employee Assistance Program (EAP): Enables local employers to provide access to cost-effective mental health and drug and alcohol services for their employees. EAP services are available in several convenient locations and include 24-hour Crisis Intervention Services. Family-Based Mental Health Services: Intensive in-home therapy and support service for families who have emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children. This service provides short-term, intensive, community based counseling to families with children or adolescents who are at risk of removal from the home due to severe emotional or behavioral problems or to assist families in transitioning children/adolescents back into the home after inpatient mental health placement. Forensic Program: On-site Stress/Anger Management groups, individual sessions for group members and on-going Womens Mental Health Group, focusing on the men and women incarcerated at Adams County Adult Correctional Facility in the Work Release Program. The program consists of outpatient individual therapy, psychiatric services and transitional counseling 15
  16. 16. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityAdams Hanover (counseling with family members) for those approaching release.Counseling It is anticipated that MISA groups and services for children ofServices incarcerated parents will become available in the upcoming year. Health Psychology Services for Mind-Body Health: To help modify attitudes, emotions and behaviors that affect health. The program offers short-term individualized services to understand and remove barriers in order to make lasting lifestyle changes that affect physical health. Chronic Pain Evaluations and Management Sleep Behaviors Stress Reduction and Management Chronic Illness Management and Support Weight Management Bariatric Surgery Evaluations and Follow-up Smoking Cessation Peer Support Services: A Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) person provides peer support to others who are diagnosed with chronic mental health issues. A CPS is an individual diagnosed with a chronic mental illness, who has learned to manage or recover from that illness, and is trained to help others in the recovery process. The CPS works one-on-one to help individuals identify their goals and then supports and encourages progress in achieving them. The CPS may offer education on recovery, skills training, vocational support, help with developing a support system, and individual advocacy, depending on the consumers desire and need. School-Based Clinical Intervention Program: An expansion of the Student Assistance Program. This program seeks to provide mental health and chemical abuse treatment services by utilizing a cross-trained professional, stationed on a full-time basis in the school. Mental Health Services: •Individual Counseling •Family Counseling •Specialized Group Counseling •Crisis Intervention Services and Referrals •Multi-system Coordination and Referrals •Post-vention Services Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services: •Assessment •Individual Counseling •Family Counseling •Group Counseling •Evaluation and Referral Social Rehabilitation Center: Provides day programming in a structured setting. There are educational, daily living skills, recreational, and social classes that take place on a daily basis. These classes are designed to incorporate life skills, vocational 16
  17. 17. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityAdams Hanover goals, and educational opportunities to enable consumers to liveCounseling and contribute to their community of choice. Consumers mayServices choose an individual service plan of treatment that fits their specific interests and needs. Student Assistance Program (SAP): Program to serve students who are having difficulty in school due to alcohol/drug use, depression or other mental health problems. Wraparound Services: Mental health treatment to emotionally challenged children/adolescents in the home, school, and community. The term “wraparound” employs a community-based treatment by actively utilizing the resources that “wraparound” the child (i.e., family, teacher, extended family, peers) : •Crisis Services •Skill Development (behavior management, parenting, problem-solving) •Individual and Family Therapy •Support Services •Summer Camp Program •Coordination/Collaboration with other service systems •Referrals to other community servicesAdvance 750 Kelly Drive Group Counseling: Sessions for men & women committed to York, PA 17404 ending violence in relationships and learning to relate in a non- 717-852-9706 abusive & non-controlling way. Application of reduced fees is available.ARC of York 497 Hill Street Dedicated to improving the lives of people with intellectualCounty York, PA 17403 disabilities. 717-846-6589 Website: www.thearcofyorkcounty.or gBell Socialization 160 South George Street Skill Building: Vocational training, basic living skills and creativeServices York, PA 17401-1408 expression to achieve the elements of success. Phone: 717 848.5767 Fax: 717 854.2433 New Beginnings: Assist the mental health clients and opportunity to build academic, social, recreation/leisure and daily living skills. Website: Groups include money management, health and hygiene, crafts, www.bellsocialization.com exercise and physical activity. Liberty Bell Drop-In Center: Provides an atmosphere for mental health consumers to socialize and enjoy recreation and leisure time with friends. No daytime activities are planned; however, table games, pool, ping-pong and movies are available. Recreation Program: Allows mental health consumers to get out of their house for some recreation. Offers activities three nights per week and on weekends. Sendero: Specifically for Latino mental health consumers whose 17
  18. 18. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityBell Socialization primary language is Spanish. Skill building and recreationalServices activities in Spanish but encourage the consumers to learn and utilize English in groups. Groups include money management, cooking, art, movie club and community awareness. York Day Program/York Evenings/Dallastown Evening: Structured activities are planned and offered five days and two evenings every week for consumers living with intellectual disabilities. These programs offer opportunities for participants to develop relationship skills while participating in group and community activities. Options: A social club for consumers living with intellectual disabilities. Members meet monthly to plan their own social calendar of events with minimal assistance from staff. Participating in a variety of activities, they begin to make educated choices regarding social activities. Supported Recreation: Working directly with residents of Margaret E. Moul Home, York, Bell provides one-on-one support in various community activities for persons with mental retardation and physical disabilities, two to three days each week. Support-Empower-Living Fundamentals (SELF): Consumers with intellectual disabilities either living on their own or with their family. Staff provides one-on-one service to meet the individual needs of each person. Goals may include learning basic hygiene, developing and improving writing skills, creating grocery lists, planning nutritious meals, and outings to discovery their community. Bell At The Village: Offers a structured Day Program of diverse individualized activities designed to enhance the quality of socialization and daily living skills of intellectually disabled individuals from various living situations. Program supports individuals in increasing their independent living skills through a wide choice of physical, musical and social activities. Individuals are provided with the opportunity to experience community events through trips, movies and shopping on a regular basis. Adult Developmental Training: Offers a structured day training program including needs-based activities recreation in a licensed environment for consumers with intellectual disabilities. Peer Support Services: Certified Peer Specialists (CPS-people who have lived with mental illness in their own lives) serve as role models and advocates for other mental health consumers. CPS listen to an individual’s current concerns and hopes for the future, help develop recovery goals and plans, offer support by ensuring they have the necessary skills to connect to natural supports and other social and vocational rehabilitation programs. 18
  19. 19. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityCatholic Charities 253 E. Market Street Counseling: Individual, marital & relationship counseling. York, PA Wraparound services for children & adolescents who have existing 717-845-8686 mental health diagnosis. Covered by Medical Assistance.Children’s Aide Lehman Center Therapy: Child-centered counseling, art therapy & family supportSociety 400 West Market Street, programs. York, PA 17401-3804 717- 845-5771 Hotline:800-635-6619 Fax: 717-852-7605 www.cassd.org 343 Lincoln Way West New Oxford, PA 17350 717-624-4461Cornerstone 11 York Street Counseling: Drug & AlcoholCounseling and Suite 201Education Services Hanover, PA 17331 717-632-6555 Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:00 AM-7 PM Fri 8:30 AM-4:30 PMCounseling 800 S. Albemarle Street Christian Counseling:Associates of York York, PA Drug & alcohol, individual 717-848-8313 Group & family counseling. Sliding fee availableCrisis Intervention York/Adams County: 24 hour mental health crisis services by telephone, walk-in and Hotline: 800- 673-2496 mobile services. or 717-851-5320 On-Site: York Hospital Emergency Department 1001 S. George Street York, PA 17403 York Hospital Community Based Site 1101 Edgar Square Suite C York, PA Gettysburg Hospital Emergency Department 147 Gettys Street Gettysburg, PA On-Site & Mobile: Adams/Hanover Counseling Services 33 Fredrick Street Hanover, PA 17331 19
  20. 20. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/Eligibility 717-637-7633 717-334-0468 866-325-0339 717-632-4900 Dauphin County : 100 Chestnut Street, Harrisburg, PA. 717-232-7511 888-596-4447 Fax 717-255-2960Crossroads Central Intake Counseling and evaluations for mental health, drug & alcohol.Counseling & 800-315-0951EducationalServicesDauphin County 100 Chestnut Street Case management:Mental Health & Harrisburg, PA 17101 Children & adults with mental health issues.Mental Retardation 717-780-7050 Must have a diagnosis from a medical doctor, psychologist or a psychiatrist.Equiteam Support 1200 Pleasant Ave Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP): Horses are used as a toolServices Dallastown, PA for emotional growth and learning. EAP is a collaborative effort 717-309-2873 between a mental health therapist and a horse professional working with the clients and horses to address treatment goals. EAP is experiential in nature. This means that participants learn about themselves and others by participating in activities with the horses, and then processing (or discussing) feelings, behaviors, and patterns. The therapy is used to address such issues as anxiety, Aspergers Disorder, ADHD, behavioral issues, communication problems, depression, grief, poor social skills, etc. 50 minute session is $120.00. Some scholarship funding is available.Family Behavioral 160 Roosevelt Ave. Mental Health Services:Health Program Suite 300 Adults, adolescents, children and families. York, PA Psychiatric & psychological evaluations. 717-846-3909 Covered by Medical Assistance.Family-Child 3995 East Market Street Counseling: Individual, couples & family counseling by licensedResources York, PA 17402 professionals. Experienced in child, parenting & family issues. 717-757-1227 Private pay, most insurances accepted. Do not accept Medical Fax: 717-757-1353 Assistance. Hours: Mon-Thurs Drug and Alcohol Services 8:30 AM-8:30 PM Fri 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) Call for more information The Heart of FCR: Assist families participating in our services regarding the different with emergency and/or temporary assistance. programs, requirements & locations.Highmark Caring 3 Walnut Street Grief Supportive Services: To make a difference and providePlace Suite 200 support to children & families that have experienced the death of a 20
  21. 21. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityHighmark Caring Lemoyne, PA 17043 loved one.Place Fax: 717-302-8420 Peer support to children and families who are grieving the death of a loved one. Assist children (and adults) to understand theyre not alone in their grief. A safe place & people for children & families to share their grief, their feelings and their memories. Is a place where grieving children and families receive support and encouragement from others their own age and from trained adult volunteers. Services are provided at no cost to the family and no referral is needed.Holy Spirit Crossroads Middle School Mental Health Outpatient Counseling:Hospital 535 Fishing Creek Road ChildrenBehavioral Health Lewisberry, PA 17339 Counseling provide on school siteServices 717-763-3033 Red Land High School 560 Fishing Creek Road Lewisberry, PA 17339 717-763-3033Leg Up Farm 4880 N. Sherman Street Therapeutic services designed for infants, children, adolescents, Mt. Wolf, PA 17347 and young adults up to the age of 21 with permanent or temporary 717-266-9294 special needs. Children may be referred for services from physicians and other healthcare professionals; hospitals and info@legupfarm.org clinics; teachers and educational systems; state, county and local agencies; or from family, friends, and relatives. Broad medical conditions that may be treated include, but are not limited to: Autism Spectral Disorders ADD / ADHD Cerebral Palsy Down’s Syndrome Speech, Gross Motor, & Fine Motor Delays Learning Disabilities Metabolic Disorders Prematurity Genetic Disorders Traumatic Brain Injuries Physical Therapy : Analyze the neurological, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and pulmonary systems of our clients within a developmental framework. Therapy will focus on gross motor skill acquisition, joint range of motion, and muscle strength in a fun environment full of adventure! Assistive devices and mobility will also be assessed as part of the child’s ability to engage their physical environment. Occupational Therapy : A play philosophy to provide child- directed treatment to address a wide range of developmental needs to include sensory processing, fine motor function and handwriting skills, ocular-motor performance, visual-perceptual 21
  22. 22. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityLeg Up Farm function, self help and feeding skills, and cognitive development. Occupational therapy will also assess a client’s needs for adaptive technology to fully integrate into their community setting. Speech-Language Therapy: Speech-language pathologists focus not only production of speech and language, but more importantly, pre-linguistic skills such as affect gesturing, reciprocity and engagement, and communication that serve as the foundation for human interaction. The speech and language center is designed to provide our clients with endless opportunities for communication, language, and speech production through play. Therapists can also address myofunctional and swallow difficulties, phonological/articulation deficits, auditory processing deficits and assistive technology needs for communication. Equine Assisted Activities : A variety of equine assisted activities to meet the range of needs of all our clients. Hippotherapy and Equine Assisted Therapy consist of individual treatment with a therapist as part of their specific treatment plan. Therapeutic Riding classes will be offered in a group setting to allow our clients to advance their horsemanship skills as the child strives to achieve the goals of their therapeutic program. Therapeutic Recreation : An adaptive sports, leisure, and recreation programs under the direction of a certified TR specialist who can address the needs of the clients having difficulties accessing and participating in these types of activities. Creative Arts Therapy: Arts such as dance, music, art, and drama explore forms of expression to enhance the child’s well-being and achieve a better sense of self. Each of these programs will integrate the child’s individual therapeutic goals through fun, sensory-rich activities to allow each child to explore their creative side! PAWS: An educational opportunities to clients, their families, and members of the community. A program is specifically designed to enable children with reading difficulties to become confident and proficient readers through companionship of therapeutic animals. Summer camps: An opportunity for special needs children to attend a safe, fun, and challenging summer camp with their peers with highly trained staff to oversee the program.Lutheran Social St. Marks Lutheran Church Counseling:Services of South 129 Charles Street, Hanover, Individuals, couples & family counselingCentral PA 17331 Issues such as stress management, couple and family problems,Pennsylvania 717-633-1227 depression, anxiety & adjustment to life stressors. 866-998-2382 Consultation with physicians, pastors, teachers and community organizations Luther Memorial Lutheran Community Services: 22
  23. 23. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityLutheran Social Church Marriage preparation workshopsServices of South 1907 Hollywood Drive, Newly married couples workshopsCentral York, PA 17403Pennsylvania 866-998-2382 May qualify for Medicare as well as some other health insurance and managed-care plans. Reduced rates for members of participating congregations. Stephen Ministry Stephen Ministers are trained lay people who provide ongoing 717-845-9238 Christian care to people experiencing a wide range of life needs or crises, including: The hospitalized The terminally ill and their families Shut-in and homebound individuals The grieving Those undergoing lifes transitions The elderly Families facing a job crisis Those with disabilities The lonely Those in spiritual crisisMental Health 36 S. Queen Street Advocacy: Dedicated to promoting mental health, preventingAmerica of York & York, PA 17403 mental and substance use conditions and achieving victory overAdams Counties 717-843-6973 mental illnesses and addictions through advocacy, education, Fax 717-843-0185 research and service. 304 York Street Suite F Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-843-6973 Fax 717-843-0185 http://www.mhay.orgNational Alliance State: 2149 N. 2nd Street Advocacy: Sharing of information, education and advocacy foron Mentally Illness Harrisburg, PA 17110 people with mental illness, their families, friends, mental health(NAMI) 717-238-1514 professionals, and the general public. 800-223-0500 Fax 717-238-4390 York: 140 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 200 York, PA 17401 717-848-3784 Fax 717-848-3785 http://namipa.nami.org/NHS Human 651 Albright Ave Counseling services:Services York, PA Autism services 717-846-4655 Individual, behavioral specialists Drug & alcohol counseling. Must have a mental health diagnosis to receive services. Covered by Medical Assistance. 23
  24. 24. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityNuestra Clinica 545 Pershing Avenue , Mix of outpatient mental health and substance abuse services forBehavioral Health Lancaster, PA, 17602 Spanish speaking individuals. Medicaid, Medicare, military andServices 717-397-6267 other insurances. Payment assistance and sliding fee scale Fax: 717-295-7762 available. Email: holistictreatmentcenter@gm ail.com Website: www.sacapa.org Hours: Mon-Fri 08:30 AM-5:00 PMOlivia’s House 830 S. George Street Counseling services: York, PA 17403 Children experiencing grief and loss. 717- 699-1133 Services are free.Pennsylvania 128 N. George Street Mental Health Treatment:Counseling York, PA No age limits. 717-848-6116 Individual, group, marriage & family therapy. Psychiatric evaluations, medication management & psychiatric. 26 Mt. Zion Road Psychological evaluations York, PA Specialized treatments: Eating disorders, co-dependency, trauma 717-840-0984 and abuse issues, addictions, anger management, cutting and self-injurious behavior, etc. 33 Muddy Creek Road Bi-lingual (Spanish) therapy Broque, PA 17309 Counseling for students provided on designated York City 717-848-6116 school sites: William Penn High School, Alternative Education School, Hannah Penn Middle School, Edgar Fahs Smith Middle School, Jackson Elementary, Goode Elementary, Davis Elementary, Ferguson Elementary, McKinley Elementary & Devers Elementary Accepts Medical Assistance.Pinnacle Health 301 One Norwegian Plaza Camp Swatara: Unique weekend camp offered free to children (6-Hospice-Camp Pottsville, PA 17901 12 yoa) who are experiencing or coping with the death of a lovedDragonfly 800-222-5236 one. Located in western Berks County.Pinnacle Health 570-628-2290 An adult buddy is paired with the child for the weekend toHospice-Camp provide companionship, support & supervision.Dragonfly Camp weekend: Professional counselors conduct informal sessions on grief, loss Friday evening to Sunday & recovery. afternoon Registered nurse is on site & available 24 hours a day. June 1-3, 2012 2645 North 3rd Street Camp Hebron: Unique weekend camp offered free to children (6- Suite 300 12 & 13-15 yoa) who are experiencing or coping with the death of Harrisburg, PA 17110 a loved one. Located 30 minutes north of Harrisburg in Halifax. 800-889-1098 An adult buddy is paired with the child for the weekend to 717-782-2300 provide companionship, support & supervision. Professional counselors conduct informal sessions on grief, loss Camp weekend: & recovery. Friday evening to Sunday Registered nurse is on site & available 24 hours a day. afternoon June 8-10, 2012Play Therapy 1427 E. Market Street Play therapy: 24
  25. 25. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityCenter York, PA 17403 Children’s therapy 717-848-4162 Family support.Pressley Ridge 141 E. Market Street Mental Health Services: York, PA 17401 Individual, couple and family therapy. 717-845-6624 Art & play therapy. Fax: 717-845-6626 Psychiatric evaluations as recommended by therapist-Wed & Thurs Counseling for students provided on designated school sites: Northeastern High School, Northeastern Middle School, Shallow Brook Intermediate, Lincoln Elementary, York Haven Elementary, Conewago Elementary, Mount Wolf Elementary & New Hope Academy Charter School Medical Assistance and other insurance plans accepted.Pyramid Health 104 Davies Drive York Adolescent Outpatient Services: Intensive outpatientCare York, PA 17402 program for adults & adolescents (ages 13-18 yoa or still in a 717-840-2300 formalized educational setting). Accepts payment from York Fax: 717-840-2303 County Office of Drug & Alcohol, YCOCYF, Medical Assistance or self-pay. Comprehensive assessments Individual & group therapy Drug & alcohol education Family counseling On-going assessments Methadone ClinicService Access 1305 East Market Street, Case management services:Management York PA Adults & children with mental health issues.(SAM) 717-848-8744 Must have a diagnosis from a medical doctor, licensed Fax: 848-8799 psychologist or a psychiatrist. Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 Joint Planning Team: A joint planning and coordination of AM-4:30 PM services by parents, service providers and other involved persons to assure that the child is receiving appropriate services that are individualized and family focused. Birth to 21 yoa. Diagnosis of a serious emotional disturbance or mental health and substance abuse. Peer Support: A mentoring relationship to provide support to client. Adult Must have a diagnosis from a medical doctor, licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist.Triad Treatment York Therapy:Specialists, Inc. 717- 718-8158 Individual, Couples or Family Therapy Fax: 717- 751-1755 Mental Health Evaluation: Mental health evaluation will provide Harrisburg an account of background information and history and will include 717- 901-7380 diagnostic impressions and recommendations. Does not take the Fax: 717- 901-7383 place of a psychiatric evaluation by a medical doctor. Alternatives to Violence Treatment Program: 16 week program is 25
  26. 26. COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOrganization Contact Information Services/EligibilityTriad Treatment designed to assist individuals with domestic violence issues toSpecialists, Inc. address attitudes, emotional responses, interpersonal conflicts, cycle of violence, family conflicts and the development of a plan of prevention to help ensure family and community safety. Sexual Deviance Services: Males ages 8 to 18 who have either been adjudicated delinquent for sexual charges, or who have admitted to sexually inappropriate or offensive behaviors, or who are referred for specialized services through Children and Youth Services. Females are considered on an individual basis. Parents, legal guardians (including foster parents), or other caregivers must be willing to participate in treatment, comply with treatment, assure attendance at all counseling sessions, provide close supervision, and adhere to staff recommendations to assure safety. Sexual Abuser Group Therapy: Groups for both juvenile and adult abusers, directed toward keeping communities safe and reducing further acts of victimization. Addresses issues of sexual deviance, including the cycle of abuse, precursors to abuse, relationship issues, communication skills, cognitive distortions/maladaptive thinking, victimization issues and family of origin work. Non-offending Parent Groups: Focuses on coping with emotional, psychological and physical effects of sexual abuse, identification of safety and prevention methods, meeting the needs of the victim, understanding the cycle of sexual abuse, confrontation of co-dependence, development of healthy relationships and identification of the process of reunification. Therapeutic Polygraph: Utilized to challenge denial, facilitate disclosure in secretive or resistant clientele and also in the prevention of the escalation of sexually abusive behavior. ABEL Assessment of Sexual Interest: Form of testing for both juveniles & adults utilized to obtain both objective and subjective measures of sexual interest. Often recommended in cases of family reunification, it provides an assessment of ongoing, significant sexual interest in children. Testing is extensive and may require multiple sessions. Sexual Abuser/Deviance Evaluations: The evaluation process includes an extensive clinical interview and use of various assessment and risk measures. A seven to ten page report includes an account of client background including relationship history, clinical observations, risk assessment and recommendations for treatment and level of supervision. The time required of a client for evaluation may be up to three hours. Evaluations are administered to both adult and juvenile offenders. 26

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