COMMUNITY-BASED
PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS

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Statistics vary, but as many as 1 in every 8 American adults will struggle with mental illness at some point during life. But unlike a cold or the flu, many mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, bi-polar, or schizophrenia are less understood by regular physicians, family members, or even the individual suffering from it.

Admitting to mental illness can also make an individual feel embarassed, treated differently, or even ostracized by friends or loved ones. Seeking help can feel confusing or be seen as a sign of weakness.
But Beacon Light Behavioral Health System can help. We provide several outpatient programs for adults seeking the path to recovery from mental illness.

 

Beacon Light Adult Outpatient Services

SERVICEDESCRIPTIONBROCHURE
Outpatient Clinic The outpatient clinic provides mental health evaluation, medication management, and therapy services for adults and children

Forest, Warren counties - 814-723-1832

Common Ground Decision Support Center The Common Ground Decision Support Center (DSC) is a peer-run service that operates in the waiting area of the outpatient clinic. Peer staff work with individuals in care to use the CommonGround software to prepare a health report to share with their doctor. A multitude of resources are also available in the CommonGround Recovery Library.

Forest, Warren counties - 814-817-1400

 
Friendship House The Friendship House is located at 72 East Avenue in Warren, Pa. Individuals in recovery can stop in to socialize or attend a scheduled activity.

Warren County - 814-313-1661

Addiction Prevention Services Addiction Prevention Services are interventions are intended to prevent or reduce the risk of developing a behavioral health problem, such as underage alcohol use, prescription drug misuse and abuse, and illicit drug use.

Warren County

Site-Based Psych Rehab Psych Rehab is a recovery-based program that assists individuals to develop, enhance, and retain skills in living, working, learning and socializing so they can live in, and participate in, the community. A structured curriculum provides the opportunity to learn and practice skills in a variety of domains.

Warren County - Kari Swanson, 814-723-1832

Mobile Medication Management Mobile Medication is a community-based program that provides in-home services to individuals who experience difficulty progressing in their mental health recovery due to inconsistent adherence to their medication regime. Nurses and technicians work with individuals and their prescribers to support self-management of their medications.

Forest, Warren - 814-723-1832
Clearfield, Jefferson
Cameron, Elk, Potter - 814-230-0151
Centre - 814-826-4840, 814-503-8697

Peer Support Peer Support is a program that provides individualized recovery-focused intervention to adults to enhance development of natural supports, coping mechanisms and other skills necessary to function as independently as possible in the community. Service is provided by certified individuals with a lived experience with mental health issues.

Forest, Warren, Elk, Cameron - 814-817-1443

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Team (DDTT) DDTT is a mobile service that provides intensive treatment to individuals with both mental health and intellectual/developmental disabilities. Referral to this service requires coordination with the assigned county representative for the individual.

Blair, Bradford, Centre, Clinton, Huntington, Juniata, Lycoming, Mifflin, Sullivan, Tioga - 814-826-4840

Blended Case Management Blended Case Management is a supportive service in which workers engage in many activities designed to assist individuals living in the community. These can include accompanying clients to appointments, managing day-to-day activities, and serving as an advocate for the individual in care.

Forest, Warren counties - 814-826-4840

 
Warren Recovery Center, 1885 Market Street, Warren, Pa.
• 814-723-1832
The Friendship House Drop-In Center is located
at 72 East Avenue in Warren, Pa.