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​Additional Behavioral Health-Related Resources

  • Act 21 — Provides mental health and sex offense-specific treatment to an identified population that had been adjudicated of certain sex crimes, received treatment in a juvenile program, yet remains a significant risk to sexually re-offend after reaching the age of 21, an age when oversight by the juvenile justice system typically ends.

  • Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) — Allows adults and children to access a wide array of services at one location and remove the barriers that too often exist across physical and behavioral health systems.

  • Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP) —  A comprehensive mental health system of care for children, adolescents and their families

  • Community Support Program (CSP) — A coalition of mental health consumers, family members and professionals working to help adults with serious mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders live successfully in the community.

  • County Drug and Alcohol Agencies — Search for the drug and alcohol agencies and services agency in your county; use either your zip code or your county to help you find locations.

  • Community Mental Health System — Community mental health services are administered through county Mental Health and Developmental Services (MH/DS) program offices. These offices are part of county government and are overseen by a county MH/DS administrator. Find your local MH/DS office.

  • Human Services Provider Directory — Search licensed human service providers by specialty.

  • Mental Health Provider Forms

  • PA Network of Care — PA Network of Care provides fast and easy access to comprehensive community services, information, support, and assistance on a localized level.d

  • Special Pharmacy Benefits Program for Mental Health (SPBP-MH) — Provides payment for specific atypical antipsychotic medications for eligible participants. 

  • State Hospital Information — Information about the six state hospitals operated by the Department of Human Services.