Not sure where to start? Call 724-847-6225 and ask for a Drug and Alcohol (D&A), Intellectual Disability (ID), or Mental Health (MH) Specialist.
UPMC – Beaver County Crisis #: 800-400-6180 (Available 24/7)
The Crisis Text Line provides access to free, 24/7 support and information.
For ANYONE, in ANY type of crisis, who prefers to use TEXT.
(Just text PA to 741741 from anywhere in the US.)
Please print and share the flyers below:
Seeking Safety Group
(Sponsored by PAAR and Beaver County CYS)
Seeking Safety is a psycho-educational group for survivors of sexual violence aimed at helping develop healthy coping skills for managing PTSD symptoms and engaging in healthy relationships.
Some group topics include: Safety, PTSD, Detaching from Emotional Pain, Taking Good Care of Yourself, Compassion, Red and Green Flags, Setting Boundaries in Relationships, Coping with Triggers, Healthy Relationships, Self-Nurturing, Healing from Anger, and more.
Tuesdays 10 AM—11:30 AM
For more information contact:
Melissa Moore, MS Ed., NCC, LPC
YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE!
(provided by Mental Health America)
Taking a mental health screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.
(provided by Sanctuary of Transformation)
- Mental Health in the US
- Most common Mental Illnesses
- Facts about Mental Illness
- Video: Trauma and Addiction
- Biggest Misconceptions
- Risk Factors
- Mental Illness and Long-Term Health
- Most Common Treatments
- Video: Getting Help
- Mental Illness Can Be Treated; Contact Your Doctor Today
- Your Mental Health Self-Test
Beacon Health Options (formerly “VBH-PA”)
P.O. Box 1840
Cranberry Township, PA 16066-1840
Toll Free Member Number: 1.877.688.5970
Managed behavioral health services for Medical Assistance (MA) recipients in Beaver County and 12 other Western Pennsylvania counties as part of the HealthChoices program.
Printable BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESOURCE GUIDE (provided by Beacon Health Options of PA)
ReferralConnect – Search online for:
Individual Doctors, Counselors, Groups and Clinics.
Hospitals and Programs
Search Tips and FAQ
Mental Health Association
The Mental Health Association in Beaver County promotes the importance of mental health by providing advocacy, support and socialization programs. By working diligently to change attitude towards mental illness through education, we also make a positive impact in the lives of those who strive for improvement in their recovery and quality of life.
Aurora Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
Aurora Psychiatric Rehabilitation focuses on recovery and rehabilitation. Individuals with psychiatric disabilities are offered assistance while they increase their success and satisfaction in roles and environments of their choice. Using the Boston University Model, Aurora helps people choose, get, and keep the roles that are important to them in living, learning, working and socializing environments.
Beaver County Behavioral Health Provider List
An alphabetized directory of Beaver County agencies, including addresses and phone numbers.
Glade Run Lutheran Services – Beaver Falls
Mental Health Services include: Case Management, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Family Based, Family Preservation and Reunification, Group Therapy, Outpatient Counseling, and BHRS Wraparound.
(Immediate appointments available for therapists and less than a month wait for a psychiatrist!)
1607 Third St.
Beaver, PA 15009
With locations in Beaver, Baden and Bridgeville, WPPC provides comprehensive mental health services for individuals (child, adolescent, adult, geriatric) of all ages. Services include: Psychiatric Evaluation, Medication Management, Outpatient Therapy, BHRS/Wraparound, School Based Therapy, Group Therapy, Summer Therapeutic Activities Program, Early Intervention, and Specialized Autism Services.
Center For Hope – A multi-denominational, faith-based Charity/Community Center offering pre-employment classes, parent support, a food pantry, clothing, and other support.
740 Park Road
Ambridge, PA 15003
Sue Otto, Director | ext. 112
Barbara Whisnant, Volunteer Coordinator | ext. 115
Resources for Caregivers
(Click here for the “Caregivers” Webpage)
Human Services Building – 1020 Eighth Avenue, Beaver Falls: 724.847.2262
- 2020 Farmers Market Program (Details and Application)
- Farmers Markets – Local growers locations in Beaver County
- AARP Has Online Income Tax Preparation Assistance (due July 15th!)
- Pennsylvania Mortgage Assistance Program
- The CARES-Rent Relief Program
- Beaver County Radio – Multiple Church Services Available on Sundays
- Older Adult Protective Services
- Ombudsman Service
Rides are provided for Beaver County seniors over 60, to get to medical appointments within the County. (A two-week prior notice is required.)
To contact us, call 1-800-207-6701, press the extension for your zone, and leave a message.
BEAVER COUNTY ZONES:
1 Beaver, Brighton Twp, Midland, Western Beaver
2 Ambridge, Baden, Conway, Freedom
3 Beaver Falls, Big Beaver, Chippewa, Darlington, New Brighton, Patterson, Rochester
4 Aliquippa, Center, Hopewell, Monaca, Raccoon
Seniors Blue Book
Serving the Greater Pittsburgh Area (Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington & Westmoreland Counties), the Seniors Blue Book provides “Resources for Aging Well”. This semi-annual Directory is available for FREE at most gathering places for seniors. Visit the website (link above) to search for local events or search by category for timely articles. Click here to order a FREE printed guide or call 412.551.5951. Click here to find the book locally.
2018 – 2019 Beaver County Senior Resource Guide
For Caregivers. For Professionals. For YOU! A comprehensive listing of resources and services with programs offered by the Beaver County Office on Aging (BCOA).
The Healthcare Resources section encompasses a broad spectrum of resources in our area and listings of adult day services, home health agencies, respite care and other in-home services that enable seniors to live independently in their own residences. The rest of the Resource Guide outlines helpful information for every facet of life — all designed to help older adults get the best from themselves, their community and their lives.