Beaver County System of Care (SOC)
The Beaver County SOC is organized to best serve the needs of people with complex needs by integrating all of the elements and every level of the behavioral health system. The SOC is built on the Comprehensive Continuous Integrated System of Care (CCISC) model developed by Drs. Ken Minkoff and Chris Cline. Beaver County has expanded the CCISC initiative to include all populations and issues and all services and supports.
See what the SOC partners have to say . . .
All people can easily access a welcoming, effective, and efficient System of Care that inspires hope, and integrates treatment based on the needs of the individual, not the needs or convenience of the system. Individuals and families with lived experience have the opportunity for maximum success toward recovery or an improved lifestyle. How is this accomplished? Through collaborative partnerships and coordination between service providers and natural supports.
Beaver County Evaluation Report 2019-2020
Click here to read the Annual Report
Meet the Youth Ambassadors . . .
Youth Ambassador Program Infomercial
MINORITY MENTAL HEALTH
Check out this video from the Beaver County Youth Ambassadors!!
The Beaver County Youth Ambassador’s Program (YAP) is a youth-centered, youth-driven program that operates in
Beaver County schools to promote awareness and understanding of current issues youth are facing today.
Help YAP spread the word about mental health and change the culture of understanding by sharing our videos!
LEARN MORE: We look forward to meeting with you and your staff!
Schedule a System of Care Orientation or Website Introduction for your agency or group by contacting
the Recovery Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 724.624.7203.
System of Care Management Structure
System of Care Orientation PowerPoint Presentation
Beaver County Human Services Plan 2021-2022
Beaver County Human Services Plan 2019-2020
Beaver County Human Services Plan 2018-2019
Beaver County Human Services Plan 2017-2018
(Learn more about Project Recovery, an earlier transition project.)