Recovery Resources

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.

Need help Now?  We’re here to help you!

The Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7, confidential support via text
message to people in crisis when they text PA to 741741.

Beaver County Recovery Resources


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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
Phone: 412-735-5996
Email: [email protected]

Warmline of Beaver County – MHA in Beaver County

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.

Local: 724.775.9507
Toll-Free: 877.775.WARM (9276)
Hours:  365 days per year from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., including holidays

MHA-Warmline Peers – Permission to Contact

Mental Health Association (MHA)

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 attitudes toward 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.

MHA – Doctor’s Recommendation for Peer Support Services
MHA – Application for Peer Support

Aurora Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
Aurora Psychiatric Rehabilitation focuses on recovery and rehabilitation. Individuals with psychiatric disabilities are offered assistance while increasing 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.

NAMI – Beaver County
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, conferences, and sharing information. Some NAMI-BC members also offer support through having lived experience.

Drug and Alcohol Resources
This webpage contains plenty of PA and Beaver County resources for people who need help with addiction.  For more general information, scroll to the bottom of the page for Additional Drug and Alcohol Resources.

LBGTQ Resources
Whether online or in-person, these resources may be helpful if you’re struggling to find your voice or yourself.  

Case Management
Do you live with a mental illness?  Have a goal to reach?  Contact one of our SPAs and get connected with a case manager who can help you.

Beaver County Resource Card – Printable
This small wallet-sized card has Important Phone Numbers on one side and on the back, a Community Schedule of Meals served throughout Beaver County, 7 days a week.

Opioid Facts in Beaver County / Pain Management Tips

Other Helpful Websites/Articles – Recovery and Recovery Support 
Learn how recovery-oriented care and recovery support systems help people with mental and/or substance use disorders manage their conditions successfully. – Peer Support and Social Inclusion
By sharing their experiences, peers bring hope to people in recovery and promote a sense of belonging within the community.

The Mighty We face disability, disease, and mental illness together 
We believe in the power of stories, the strength of communities, and the beauty of the human spirit. Be Mighty, and Join Us!

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The Emotional and Psychological Effects of Cancer

When Grief Becomes a Mental Health Issue

Becoming a Happy Empty Nester

Understanding Mental Health Issues in Seniors

Helping a Friend or Family Member with Depression or Bipolar Disorder