Adult Behavioral Health

Elwyn offers a range of programs for adults with mental illness.

Crisis Services

Help is only a phone call away with the Elwyn lead Delaware County Crisis Connects Team.

We are available 24 hours a day, every day of the week.

Mobile Crisis – Suicide Intervention and Help
Delaware County

Philadelphia County

For Mental Health Support
Warm Line


Family Empowerment Services

Family Empowerment Services is a home-visitation program providing timely parenting assistance for families with young children, offering proactive services and information to support families before they are in crisis. This program focuses on all aspects of parenting, including child development, family assessment, home and child safety, and the coordination of services with healthcare providers and community support programs.


Outpatient Mental Health Services

Community based outpatient mental health services, traditional psychiatry and therapy services are offered both individually and/or in groups for children (ages 5 and up) and adults. Services include diagnostic evaluation/ assessment, testing, therapy (group and individual), and psychiatric medication management/ monitoring. The program is able to provide services to individuals with medical assistance (MA) and/or Medicare. Intake appointments include a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation that is a requirement to access all other outpatient services. Please call our central intake number at 215-895-5588 to start the process.

4040 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104


Outpatient Programs

Clubhouse Peer Support Services

Welcome House offers voluntary membership to a vibrant mental health peer support services community.

7700 West Chester Pike
Upper Darby, PA 19082



New Visions Community Integrated Day Services

New Visions is a recovery oriented, community integrated and treatment based network of care. It is a place where people come to learn how to recover, work and build social supports that lead to in-community opportunities.



Partners in Recovery Certified Peer Specialists

If you are diagnosed with serious mental illness, you no longer have to attend a day program in order to receive peer support services. A Certified Peer Specialist, trained in the fundamental principles of recovery and specialized therapeutic interactions is available to come to your home, or location of choice. To be eligible, you must be 18 years old or older, reside in Philadelphia and have Medicaid.



Residential Services

Community Residential Rehabilitation Programs (CRR)

Elwyn operates two Community Residential Rehabilitation programs for people in recovery from mental illness. Located in Harrisburg and Philadelphia, these programs are designed to promote independent living, offer varied opportunities, and promote community inclusion.



Personal Care Homes (PCH)

Elwyn operates six personal care homes for people in recovery from mental illness. Located in Delaware County, PA, each location offers a homelike atmosphere for five to sixteen people.



Supported Living Residence (SLR)

Elwyn’s Supported Living Residence program cares for six women in recovery from mental illness.


Residential Treatment Programs


Elwyn is the leading provider of behavioral health services and solutions in the tristate region. We deliver innovative and accessible treatment to individuals 18 or older with psychiatric, behavioral, or substance abuse challenges. Our Crisis Residential Programs, Residential Treatment Facility, and Dual Diagnosis Programs provide a range of crisis responses that are available 24 hours daily, 365 days a year.

McCabe Hall (also known as the Natale Media Program)
111 Elwyn Road
Elwyn, PA 19063



Community Integration Program (also known as the New Beginnings Program)

This Residential Treatment Facility for Adults (RTF-A) offers voluntary and involuntary residential accommodations and continuous treatment, support, and supervision for 16 adult residents. Twenty four-hour support and supervision are provided in a safe, structured, and therapeutic setting.

1001 Sterigere Street
Building 9
Norristown, PA 19401



Forensic Competency Restoration Program (also known as the Natale North Program)

This specialized forensic program facilitates an individual’s reentry into the community, in the least restrictive living option. We help participants understand the legal system in order to resolve their current legal issues and provide support to manage the symptoms of their behavioral health diagnosis.

1001 Sterigere Street
Building 9
Norristown, PA 19401



  • We have the leadership to move Elwyn to be the number one leader in our field.”

    Mariam Sanoe

    Campus Manager, PA
    Mariam Sanoe
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