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)
TRANSITION AGE MOBILE CRISIS
Transition Age Mobile Crisis is a short-term service in Beaver County that will respond by phone within one hour and attempt face-to-face contact in 24 hours to assess, stabilize, and link families to available supports and services while offering side-by-side support. Referrals can come from provider agencies, Courts, Schools, Self-referrals, CYS, etc.
Have Questions? Young people who are experiencing a crisis (and their family members)
are encouraged to call us at 724-630-5189.
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.)
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Resources for Parents
The coronavirus pandemic has been hard on kids and teens everywhere — especially those who were already dealing with mental health challenges.
Telehealth (which uses technology to deliver healthcare remotely) has emerged as a promising treatment option for children’s mental health.
The Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Staunton Clinic is now taking referrals
Youth Acute Partial Hospitalization Services, available at Glade Run’s Zelienople campus
Transitioning from Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) to Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)
If you have children who are struggling, we’re here to help!
We provide 1-on-1 support to parents and caregivers whose children (including those 18+) may be experiencing social, emotional, behavioral, and/or mental health struggles, including learning and attention issues and substance use disorders.
Even if you’re not sure what’s going on with your child, reach out. If we can’t help we’ll connect you with someone who can. If you prefer to go it alone check out our helpful resources.
hosts free videos for mental health family caregivers . . .
Families for Depression Awareness is an educational website “www.familycare.org“. They help families recognize and cope with depression and bipolar disorder to get people well and prevent suicides.
“We offer education, training, and support to unite families and help them heal while coping with mood disorders.”