People Served

People Served

One of the main goals of the Beaver County SOC is to provide a welcoming and efficient system of care for all people that the system serves. In order to do this, the System of Care does not focus on part of the population but serves children, transition-aged adolescents, adults, and older adults. The system is designed for any age group. Because the system is dedicated to treatment based on the needs of the individual, the SOC has to be flexible and adaptive to the needs of different groups and the potentially differing needs of individuals in those subgroups. The focus of the SOC is not on the system itself and what works best for the system. The System of Care is focused on the individual and the needs of the individual and the family.


Children

Early Childhood (Ages 0-5)

Childhood / Early Teen (6-15)

 

Resources for families with children with special needs:

Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents

Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping

Resources for Military Families

Moving with Special Needs Kids

Home Modifications for Special Needs Kids

Academic Accommodation Resources

Estate Planning for Parents of Special Needs Kids


 

Youth/Young Adult

Late Teen / Transition Age (16-23)

Youth Ambassador Program  –  An award-winning Mental Health Awareness and Prevention Program guided by many innovative high school students from all Beaver County School Districts.

Removing barriers to help young men of color succeed. – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The Reality Tour® is a program designed for youth aged 10+ with a parent, because research indicates that youth are first exposed to alcohol, tobacco or other drugs between the ages of 10 through 12. Studies show that adolescents who have a parent or other adult mentor are less likely to participate in risky behaviors.   
Click here to Register
for the Reality Tour®. (A few spots are still available for March and May!)

Young People in Recovery YPR is a national advocacy organization that promotes, advocates and collaborates for change that expands the continuum of care to include recovery support systems for young people in recovery. YPR works to increase access to treatment, education, employment, and housing in order to support community members as they make a decision to enter into recovery and/or maintain recovery.

Pennsylvania Recovery & Resiliency  – Behavioral Health for the New Century –  Quotes of Inspiration:
The thing always happens that you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it happen. – Frank Lloyd Wright

 

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) has 2 spaces for blogging and sharing your story:

OK2TALK.org  Say anything!   It’s time we talked about mental health.  Share what’s on your mind.

You Are Not Alone  We hope that you will join us in giving a voice to a struggle that millions of people face every day.  Submit your video, picture or story!

 


LGBTQ

PRISM (Pride. Respect. Inspiration. Safety. Mentoring.) was created as an outreach program for the LGBTQ+ youth of Beaver County. Our intention is to be a safe and supportive place for the LGBTQ+, friends, families and allies of the local community. A space online, and in person, to address the issues, challenges and triumphs of local LGBTQ+ youth. You may be struggling to find your voice or yourself. You may not know where to turn, or who to turn to.

PRISM Brochure

PRISM Mission

Other LGBTQ Resources

 


 

Adults

Adults (24-65)

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
Mental Health Services include: Case Management, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Family Based, Family Preservation and Reunification, Group Therapy, Outpatient Counseling, and BHRS Wraparound.

 


Older Adult

Older Adults (66 and over)

Office on Aging:
Human Services Building – 1020 Eighth Avenue, Beaver Falls: 724.847.2262

Veteran’s Resources

Veterans’ Services:
Veterans Affairs Office – County Courthouse: 724.770.4450

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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