Help Team


Get HELP 24/7 by calling (800) 400-6180

One of the resources available to help families in our area is the HELP Team, along with more than 10 HELPING BC-SCORES providers in the Beaver County System of Care that aim to support youth through case management, counseling, housing, mentoring, education and more.

Transition Age Mobile Crisis

Provider:  Pressley Ridge

. . . will assess, stabilize and link families to available supports and services with side by side support.

The Transition Age Mobile Crisis referral form provides details and contact info.

Click here for an electronic copy.

Transition-Age Case Management

Provider: Glade Run Lutheran Services

Provider: Heritage Valley Health System

Provider: Merakey

Youth who chose transition-age case management when they turn 21 have the option of remaining with a case manager

Provider:  The Prevention Network

Family Group Decision Making


Provider: Children & Youth Services

Used for planning transition from the mobile HELP Team

Family Recovery Coordinator

Provider: Allegheny Health Choices Inc.

Youth and family members who want to be involved and committed to various systems of care efforts

Youth Mentoring

Provider: Community Alternatives

Work with transition-age youth to help them successfully complete their senior year and make post-secondary plans

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Click here for trainings.

Provider: Education and Training Consultants

8-hour public education program which introduces participants to the unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents

Housing Support

Provider: Cornerstone Recovery and Supports

Works with adults who are homeless or pending homelessness, with goal to provide housing for the entire family

Transition-Age Psychiatric Rehabilitation/Vocational Support

Provider: Beaver County Rehabilitation Center

Expanded psychiatric rehabilitation program for youth

Community Health Education and Wellness

Provider: Community Health Challenge

Working with natural supports to promote SAMHSA’s dimensions of wellness among youth