Area Resources

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Early Childhood
(0-5)

Track and monitor your child’s developmental milestones as he/she plays, learns, speaks, acts and moves. For more information about Early Intervention Services, please contact . . .
Beaver County Behavioral Health: 
(724) 891-2827

Crisis Help-Line:
1-800-400-6180

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Childhood/Early Teen
(6-15)

For families of children and adolescents in Beaver County with special needs, ADHD, anxiety, depression or other specialty psychiatric care.
Beaver County Behavioral Health:
724-891-2827

Crisis Help-Line:
1-800-400-6180

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Late Teen/Transition Age
(16-23)

For young people and their parents as they navigate life’s difficult challenges, education, peer pressure, social media and other teen stressors.
Beaver County Behavioral Health:
724-891-2827
Crisis Help-Line:
1-800-400-6180

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Adults
(24-65)

Local options for mental health crisis, support, treatment, therapy, socialization, and rehabilitation. A FREE mental health screening tool is provided. Try it!
Beaver County Behavioral Health:
724-891-2827
Crisis Help-Line:

1-800-400-6180

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Older Adults
(66 and over)

Beaver County Office on Aging, Center at the Mall, Circle of Friends, Grand-family resources, behavioral health, support groups, disaster preparedness, transportation and other useful links.
Office on Aging:
(Toll Free) 1-888-548-2262

Crisis Help-Line:
1-800-400-6180

Youth AmbassadorProgram
Youth Ambassador
Program

The Youth Ambassador Program (YAP) is a youth-centered, youth-driven program operating in Beaver County schools that promotes awareness of current issues that youth face today. Students in the program work to reduce stigma, learn mental health and wellness strategies, build relationships, and learn how to help other classmates.

 Intellectual & Developmental Disability/Autism Resources
Intellectual & Developmental Disability/Autism

Intellectual and Developmental Disability/Autism services are administered through Beaver County Behavioral Health Administrative Entity (BCBH AE).

 Parents and Caregivers
Parents and Caregivers

Local and PA resources for family members of people with social, behavioral, emotional and learning challenges. A link is provided with Caregiver resources, too.

 Family Supports
Family Supports

A general webpage providing help for families searching for local and PA resources and support: Crisis information, A FREE mental health screening, and COVID-19 support.

 Veterans Resources
Veterans Resources

This webpage, devoted to our valued veterans and their family members, contains county, state, natural and national resources to help veterans in many areas of their civilian life.
Veteran’s Crisis Line:
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)

Black, Indigenous, & People of Color(BIPOC)
Black, Indigenous, & People of Color (BIPOC)

Resources for suicide prevention, culture-care, self-care, and community care with a focus on mental health, resiliency and healing.
“Scholarships Guide for Black Students” is included on the bottom of this webpage.

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LGBTQ

Find national and local support, a FREE mental health screening, support, suicide prevention resources, counseling, inspirational stories, and inclusive healthcare with dignity and respect.
Crisis Help-Line:
1-800-400-6180

 Women's Information
Women’s Information

Local providers, support groups, treatment and services for women. Links include pamphlets, hotlines and other education and tools for ladies.

 Men's Information
Men’s Information

Local mental health supports, Franklin Center’s Men and Boys Initiative, Fatherhood programs, and a therapy resource exclusively for men.

Public Health
Public Health

Check here for the latest Coronavirus information and data from the CDC and WHO. This Public Health webpage contains links to Beaver County, Pennsylvania, and National findings, plans and FAQs on all things health and wellness related.

 Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Resources

Crisis Help-Line:
1-800-400-6180

Explore Beaver County System of Care partners, service providers, and agencies who are ready to help you on your journey towards mental health recovery.

 Drug & Alcohol Resources
Drug & Alcohol Resources

Crisis Help-Line:
1-800-400-6180

Our System of Care partners, programs and natural resources collaborate to guide and support you from assessment to treatment to a life of sustained recovery from substance abuse.

 Trainings and Webinars
Trainings and Webinars

Hosted by the System of Care (SOC), we’re dedicated to bringing free evidence-based, best-practice education to all peers, family members, providers, community agencies and natural supports in Beaver County.

New trainings are continually added!

  Case Management
Case
Management

The case manager helps clients of public mental health services in their recovery journey. Together, they prepare an individual service plan based on the individual’s goals and strategies to managing life stressors.
Print referral & HIPAA forms:

 Single Point of Accountability (SPA) with Provider Resources
Single Point of Accountability (SPA) with Provider Resources

The Beaver County SPAs are recovery-oriented and proactive as they serve as the primary “hub” for mental health consumers. They facilitate planning and connections to services, family members, purchasers, stakeholders, and the general community.

(This page includes access to SPA Training Modules.)

Housing Resources
Housing
Resources

“Home” is the place where one can build a foundation for hope, health, and a future of possibilities. This webpage covers safe shelter, emergency housing, fair housing, low-income housing, homelessness and related emergency resources in Beaver County.

Transportation
Transportation

This webpage includes BCTA info, including its Reduced Fare Program, Free Senior Transit Program, DART, MATP, and other Accessibility options.
Also, the NEW Community Connect program, Faith in Action program, local Taxi Services and other ways to get around Beaver County

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Food and Nutrition

Helpful information for families needing food in Beaver County. Food distribution details, scheduled meals, pantries, shopping assistance, nutrition education, and other related services and programs are listed here.

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Jobs / Employment

This webpage can help you find, prepare and dress for work, assess or gain skills, locate resume/cover letter assistance, scholarships and other funding.

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Recovery Resources

Local and website resources to help you build a meaningful life in recovery.

RECOVERY HAPPENS!

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Wellness Resources

Explore physical and mental wellness strategies, SAMHSA’s Eight Dimensions of Wellness, and choices YOU can make, to enjoy a self-directed, healthier life.

Peer Support
Peer Support

Learn about Certified Peer Specialists and Certified Recovery Specialists. Webpage includes resources for this specialized workforce and options for those seeking peer support in Beaver County.

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Feature Webpage:

get involved | helping someone in crisis | suicide prevention

Crisis Help-Line:
1-800-400-6180

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Zero Suicide Initiative

The Zero Suicide framework is a system-wide organizational commitment toward
safer suicide care in health and behavioral health systems. This webpage is full of suicide prevention and support resources for providers, families and individuals of all ages.

 Grief Supports
Grief Supports

Local meetings, phone friends and support groups for families following the loss of a loved one. Included are websites and books to help with bereavement and a link to Highmark Caring Place’s COVID-19 Resource Center.

   Change Agents
Change Agents

Change Agents are leaders in the System of Care QI process. As staff, family members, and peers, they can be found at any place within an organization.
(New members can access forms here.)

 For Social Workers
For Social Workers &
Other Professionals

A webpage of resources for social workers, concerning their continuing education, professional development and licensure. Area wellness supports are included.

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Apps & Websites to support YOUR recovery!

With a smartphone or tablet, you can use Apps to learn coping skills, track your feelings, improve your mood, conquer negative thoughts, set up daily reminders, and more . . .