Community Mental Health Programs

PHMC’s Community Mental Health programs provide a continuum of behavioral health services to help children, youth and families build skills, achieve their goals and realize their potential. Each program utilizes comprehensive, trauma-informed and culturally sensitive approaches that focus on improving on the emotional, behavioral, social and spiritual well-being of each child and family.

Family Based Mental Health Services

Intensive continuum of family therapy, case management and other support services delivered directly in the family’s home. The program has teams that specialize in providing services to families impacted by trauma, families managing ongoing medical issues, and Spanish speaking families.

Services include in-home family therapy; family education and skill building; case management and resource development; 24/7 crisis intervention services; and education management (if applicable).

Contact:
William (Bill) Mayer
215-643-5400 ext. 4640
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Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)

Behavioral health treatment and services for children with emotional and behavioral health issues delivered in home, school and community settings.

Services include: Behavior Specialist consultation; mobile therapy; therapeutic support staff; and support strategies for parents/guardians, teachers and other adults

Contact:
Pam Pattishaw
215-643-5400 ext. 4079
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Multi-Systemic Therapy for Problem Sexual Behaviors (MST-PSB)

Evidence-based and home-based, intensive treatment program that that works with youth who have engaged in problematic sexual behaviors. Services are family driven and maintain victim, community and client safety as the top priority.

Services include: intensive family therapy; safety planning; youth and parent skill building; and resource development.

Contact:
Terry Sullivan
215-643-5400 ext. 4027
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WestHaven

WestHaven is a long-term structured residence serving adults with serious mental illness. WestHaven's mission is to provide trauma-informed, culturally sensitive, recovery-oriented treatment. The program provides a variety of services to help participants reach their highest level of functioning and independence.

111 North 49th Street, 2nd Floor South
Philadelphia, PA 19139
267.350.7631

Contact:
Sharon Brown
267.350.7631
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Joseph J. Peters Institute

The Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) is a non-profit mental health agency providing outpatient assessment and treatment services in the area of sexual abuse. JJPI's mission is to reduce the causes and overall results of sexually abusive behaviors through research, training, prevention, and treatment.

JJPI evaluates and treats survivors of sexual abuse as well as offenders. In addition, JJPI provides training to organizations throughout the region, holding a national reputation for its work in the assessment, treatment, prevention and education related to sexual abuse. Its research arm has received numerous grants from foundations such as the National Institute of Health and the National Institute of Justice.

Contact:
Ivan Haskell
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For more information on The Joseph J. Peters Institute, please click here for their website.

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