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.
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 HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the US.)
New! 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
Mental Health Resources
(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.
Beaver County Behavioral Health (BCBH)
1040 Eighth Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Toll Free: 1.800.318.8138
Services, information and links for persons with mental health, intellectual disability or drug and alcohol concerns.
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
Beaver County HealthChoices Program
Child & Adolescent Psychological/Psychiatric Evaluations
Independent Evaluator Directory
This infographic provides clarity to the question, “Who can consent to a minor receiving mental health treatment?”
(provided by PA Family Alliance for Children’s Services)
Heritage Valley Health System
Staunton Clinic – Edgeworth
The Staunton Clinic Outpatient Program provides confidential mental health psychiatric, psychotherapy and case management services for adults, and children in the local communities, schools and surrounding regions.
Staunton Clinic’s staff is noted for their compassion, qualifications and skill. They believe that emotional problems are not cured, they are healed through working partnerships that combine professional expertise with sensitive caring.
Outpatient services include:
- Clinical evaluations
- Psychiatric evaluations and medication management
- Individual, marital and group therapy
- Family therapy
- Child and adolescent counseling
- Blended service coordination
- Certified Peer Specialist Program (referral form)
Adult Intensive Outpatient Programs are offered at three of our Staunton Clinic Satellites:
Edgeworth: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9:30-12:30 pm
Wexford: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 1:00-4:00 pm
Bellevue: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 9:30-12:30 pm
INPATIENT SERVICES: Heritage Valley Health System
Heritage Valley Beaver
1000 Dutch Ridge Road
Beaver, PA 15009
Heritage Valley Sewickley
701 Broad Street
Sewickley, PA 15143
OUTPATIENT SERVICES: Primary Health Network
Aliquippa (Center Twp) 724.857.3570
Beaver Falls 724.843.0314
NAMI Beaver County
1229 Third Street
Beaver, PA 15009
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is an educational, advocacy and support group for families, consumers, and professionals concerned with serious mental illness or brain disorders. We support each other by educating ourselves through research, attending conferences, and sharing information. Some NAMI Beaver County members can also offer support through having lived experience.
Living with a Mental Health Condition If you have a mental health condition, you’re not alone. One in 5 American adults experiences some form of mental illness in any given year. And every year, people overcome the challenges of mental illness to do the things they enjoy. Through developing and following a treatment plan, you can dramatically reduce many of your symptoms. People with mental health conditions can and do pursue higher education, succeed in their careers, make friends and have relationships. Mental illness can slow us down, but we don’t need to let it stop us.
Mental Health Conditions Understand your diagnosis by reading an overview, recognizing symptoms, learning various treatments, “how-to” support (giving/receiving), and connecting with others through online discussions.
NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 12-week course for families and friends of individuals living with brain disorders called serious mental illness. The course is taught by trained family members who have also lived with this experience. All course materials are furnished at no cost to you! Topics include:
How to solve problems and communicate effectively
Taking care of yourself and managing your stress
Supporting your loved one with compassion
Finding and using local supports and services
Up-to-date information on mental health conditions and how they affect the brain
How to handle a crisis
Current treatments and therapies
The impact of mental health conditions on the entire family
NAMI Peer-to-Peer is a free, 4-week course for adults living with mental health challenges. NAMI Peer‐to‐Peer provides an educational setting focused on recovery that offers respect, understanding, encouragement and hope. The NAMI Peer-to-Peer education program is:
Free and confidential
Held once a week for 2 ½ hours
Taught by trained Peer Mentors living in recovery themselves
A great resource for information on mental health and recovery
NAMI Connection is a free, peer-led support group for adults living with mental illness. You will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by NAMI-trained facilitators who’ve been there. This group is help every Tuesday and noon.
NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group will help you:
See the individual first, not the illness
Recognize that mental illnesses are medical illnesses that may have environmental triggers
Understand that mental illnesses are traumatic events
Aim for better coping skills
Find strength in sharing experiences
Reject stigma and not tolerate discrimination
Not judge anyone’s pain
Forgive ourselves and reject guilt
Embrace humor as healthy
Accept that we cannot solve every problem
Work for a better future in a realistic way
Beaver County Pennsylvania Network of Care
A resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with mental/behavioral health providing information about behavioral health services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features.
The Warmline of Beaver County is a call-in service providing peer support to individuals with mental illness, their families, and friends. Anyone calling the Warmline will have someone to talk to, and have the opportunity to discuss problems and access resources.
Toll Free: 877.775.WARM (9276)
Hours: 365 days per year from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., including holidays
Mental Health Association (MHA)
105 Brighton Avenue
Rochester, PA 10574
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
Need a partner in health and recovery? Specialized therapeutic interactions are delivered by Certified Peer Specialists (CPS) who are trained to support individuals in their recovery and involvement in the community.
You will need both a Doctor’s Recommendation Form and an Application for Peer Support to apply. A recent Psychiatric Evaluation is necessary as well, as it speeds up the intake process.
Call 724.775.9507 if you have any questions.
Open Monday – Friday. 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
The Phoenix Center is a peer run drop in center for persons with a history of mental health/co-occurring disorders. The Center is a place for individuals to socialize, relax, enjoy the company and acceptance of others, and gain support in their recovery efforts. Educational programs, wellness programs, holiday celebrations, and a host of activities are offered at the center. In recent years, increased focus has been on promoting a welcoming environment, developing committees for fundraising and drop-in center governance, and creating more volunteer and employment opportunities through the center.
Who can benefit from this service?
- Residents of Beaver County who are 18 years or older and who are current or past recipients of mental health/co-occurring services.
It is easy to become a member of the Phoenix Drop-In Center. Just stop in the Drop-In Center on the first floor of the Mental Health Association and fill out an application. Membership is free to adults living in Beaver County.
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.
Join us as we move towards Recovery, together as a community.
Meets 2nd Thursday of every month from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. at the Mental Health Association, 105 Brighton Avenue, 2nd Floor, Rochester, PA.
Aurora Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
363 Third Street
Beaver, PA 15009
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 Rehabilitation Center
131 Pleasant Drive
Aliquippa, PA 15001
BCRC provides specialized programming to persons with mental retardation, mental illness, autism, and persons who are deaf, blind, and individuals who are both deaf and blind. In addition to vocational training, real- world production activities and job placement, BCRC provides School-to-Work Transition services, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Situational Assessment and Welfare-to-Work Services.
Beaver County Behavioral Health Provider List
An alphabetized directory of Beaver County agencies, including addresses and phone numbers.
Glade Run Lutheran Services – Beaver Falls
1008 7th Avenue #210
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Mental Health Services include: Case Management, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Family Based, Family Preservation and Reunification, Group Therapy, Outpatient Counseling, and BHRS Wraparound.
TRAILS Ministries Beaver Falls, PA
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Reentry Assistance, immediate needs, employment and transportation support, spiritual development, One-on-One and Group Mentoring, Virtual Visitation, After School and Summer Programming for children.
R.O.O.T.S. (Reaching Over Obstacles To Succeed) Aliquippa, PA
Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol Counseling, Peer Support and other Social Services
Click here to learn about R.O.O.T.S. Recovery-Focused Support Groups
…has served the Behavioral and Mental Health needs of western Pennsylvania and Beaver County for the past 20+ years. A Program Overview is shown below (click for details):
Outpatient Mental Health Services:
Individual, group, and family counseling.
Psychiatric assessment and medication management
Counseling to address marital conflict and communication problems.
Parenting and anger management skills training.
Play and creative therapy.
PRISM of Beaver County: https://www.prismofbeavercounty.org/
Other local support, education and advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community, ages 13-24
(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.
Beaver County Drop Box Locations
No questions asked, safe disposal of medications in Beaver County – Please post and share
Hot Topics, Suicide Prevention, Quick Links
Pennsylvania DHS – Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS)Mission and Vision: Every individual served by the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service system will have the opportunity for growth, recovery and inclusion in their community, have access to culturally competent services and supports of their choice, and enjoy a quality of life that includes family members and friends.
Pennsylvania Health Law Project
PHLP is a nationally recognized expert and consultant on access to health care for low-income consumers, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. For more than two decades, PHLP has engaged in direct advocacy on behalf of individual consumers while working on the kinds of health policy changes that promise the most to the Pennsylvanians in greatest need.
NAMI Keystone PA (Formerly National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Southwestern PA) Dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness through recovery focused support, education and advocacy.
Open Minds Open Doors (Mental Health Association in PA)
Open Minds Open Doors is an MHAPA initiative aimed at ending discrimination against people with mental illnesses.
Beaver County Crisis #: 800-400-6180
What to expect after hospitalization
A Guide for Taking Care of Yourself After Your Treatment in the Emergency Department (After an Attempt) This brochure, provided by SAMHSA, helps people recovering from a suicide attempt. It discusses how to find healing, hope, and help after emergency room treatment, including how to cope with future thoughts of suicide. The brochure also offers ways to connect with other suicide attempt survivors and lists free apps and other resources to help you move forward.
What about my pet?
The Human Services Center … a comprehensive community behavioral health center in New Castle, proudly announces the opening of Caritas PetCare, a free full-service kennel for dogs and cats when the pet’s owner is experiencing a short term crisis: in-patient psychiatric hospitalization, a medical emergency, displacement due to a natural disaster, escape from a domestic violence situation, or other such emergency.
We’re here to help!
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SAMHSA’s Eight Dimensions of Wellness Making the Eight Dimensions of Wellness part of daily life can improve mental and physical health for people with mental and/or substance use disorders.
What is Wellness? Wellness is being in good physical and mental health. Because mental health and physical health are linked, problems in one area can impact the other. At the same time, improving your physical health can also benefit your mental health, and vice versa. It is important to make healthy choices for both your physical and mental well-being.
Remember that wellness is not the absence of illness or stress. You can still strive for wellness even if you are experiencing these challenges in your life.