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Mental Health Program

Mental Health Program

Base Service Unit: Provides intake and referral for individuals who are uninsured or underinsured and require county funding to receive services.

Service Access and Management, Inc.
717-242-0351 or 814-643-6100

Blended Case Management (BCM): An intensive form of case management that can link, access, monitor, and advocate for individuals receiving mental health services. 24/7 on-call component for crisis de-escalation.

Juniata River Center/NHS
717-242-8540
Service Access and Management
717-242-0351 or 814-643-6100
Universal Community Behavioral Health
717-248-2604 or 814-643-0309

Certified Peer Specialist Services: Support, advocacy and working toward goals with trained and certified peer.

Community Services Group
717-242-1870
Keystone Service System
717-242-2190
Peer Star
888-733-7781

Crisis Intervention Services: Telephone and mobile crisis intervention 24/7 Juniata Valley Crisis Line

Universal Community Behavioral Health
800-929-9583

Family Support Services/Consumer and Family Reimbursement: Funds available to support individuals and/or families in emergency situations, respite services, and reimbursement for travel and training costs.

Service Access and Management
717-242-0351 or 814-645-6100

In-patient Psychiatric Hospitalization: In-patient treatment in a psychiatric treatment facility under the care of a psychiatrist.

Geisinger Lewistown Hospital
717-248-5411
J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital
814-643-2290
Meadows Psychiatric Center
800-641-7529
Clarion Psychiatric Center
800-253-4906

Master Leasing Program: Subsidized rental units via lease with private property owners for individuals who would not otherwise be eligible for subsidy. Intensive housing supports are put in place

to rebuild a person's tenancy skills.

The Advocacy Alliance
877-315-6855
Service Access and Management, Inc.
717-242-0351

Outpatient Psychiatry and Psychotherapy: Mental health outpatient psychiatric evaluations and medication management as well as therapeutic interventions.

Brighter Visions Counseling (therapy only)
717-242-1428
Enlighten Psychiatric Clinic
717-437-9000
Universal Community Behavioral Health
717-248-2604 or 814-643-0309
RedCo Group
1-833-249-0225

Projects to Assist in Transition from Homelessness (PATH): Program to assist individuals with mental illness and MISA who are homeless to establish stable, safe and affordable housing.

Shelter Service, Inc
717-248-0102

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services: Evidence based rehabilitation modalities that promote problem solving, activities of daily living, life skills, communication skills, budgeting and finances, community outreach, health and nutrition.

Community Services Group - Site and mobile with nurse
717-242-1870
Community Services Group - Clubhouse (vocational)
717-242-0478
Keystone Service System
717-242-2190

Representative Payee: Eligible individuals can choose to have their income managed by the program that will meet all of the person's financial obligations and provide spending money on a prearranged basis.

The Advocacy Alliance
877-315-6855

Social Rehabilitation Services (Drop-in Centers): Day program that offers opportunities for socialization, education, and peer support in a safe and supportive environment.

Huntingdon County Drop-In Center
814-643-1364
Skills of Central PA/Juniata
717-436-2077
Skills of Central PA/Mifflin County
717-953-9705 or 717-363-4942

Supportive Living Services: Services beyond traditional mental health services that designed to help an individual maintain stable housing, including but not limited to meal planning, shopping, food preparation, budgeting assistance, and increased socialization opportunities.

Keystone Service System
717-242-2190

Transportation: Provides transportation to mental health services such as psychiatric rehabilitation and drop-in centers.

J&D's, Inc.
717-248-8125