About Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems
Formerly known as the Children's Home of Bradford, Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems was founded in the early 1900's to provide care to children abandoned or orphaned by the early oil and lumber industries.
Throughout its history, the agency has provided quality care to thousands of young people. As the needs of our society have changed, Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems has evolved into a private, not-for-profit, social service agency providing quality, professional,
education and behavioral health services to young people.
Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems' continuum of care includes Emergency Shelter Placement, Forensic Mental Health Services, Residential Treatment (RTF), Education programs, Community Based programs, Outpatient Services, and long-term residential services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. If you have concerns regarding client safety or the quality of care at any of our facilities you may contact the Joint Commission by calling 1-800-994-6610 or online at www.jointcommission.org