Children’s Behavioral Health

Children’s Behavioral Health Services offer a variety of programming and support for children and adolescents ages 2 to 21 with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges.

Located throughout Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Lehigh, Northampton, and Philadelphia counties, we provide community-based services through education, intervention, and identifying resources. We are committed to providing comprehensive behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and their families.

States: PA

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Autism Resource Community Hub of Lehigh Valley

Autism Resource Community Hub of Lehigh Valley offers comprehensive services to individuals and families touched by autism. Services are delivered in our state-of-the-art, ADA compliant facility, equipped with specialty lighting and sensory features, to provide a comfortable, user-friendly, and therapeutic learning environment for children and families.

1347 Hausman Road
Allentown, PA 19104

610-573-2500

Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services

Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services are community-based and tailored to the specific needs of each child. Our clinical team, whose expertise reaches multiple disciplines, offers families and children the tools to succeed within the least-restrictive educational and living environment possible.

Delaware County
610-891-7007

Philadelphia County
215-254-2046

Lehigh and Northampton Counties
610-573-2500

Child/Adolescent Intensive After School Program

The Child/Adolescent Intensive After School Program helps children with behavioral/emotional needs to develop problem-solving, socialization, and communication skills. An individualized treatment plan is created to address each child’s specific goals and needs through small and large group activities. Parents are provided opportunities to learn about the needs of their children.

Delaware County
610-891-7007

Lehigh and Northampton Counties
610-573-2500

Child/Adolescent Therapeutic Socialization Program

The Child/Adolescent Therapeutic Socialization Program helps children with autism spectrum disorder learn enhanced socialization skills through participation and engaging activities. Parents are provided information to help understand their child’s strengths and needs. Individualized treatment plans outline specific goals for each child and the involvement of parents, siblings, schools, and other community resources.

Delaware County
610-891-7007

Philadelphia County
215-254-2046

Lehigh and Northampton Counties
610-573-2500

Children’s Residential Treatment Facility

The Children’s Residential Treatment Facility provides intensive therapeutic intervention services to children and adolescents ages 6-21 with autism spectrum disorder, experiencing acute behavioral challenges, and exhibiting resistance to treatment. Personalized treatment plans are based on the unique needs of the individual, with significant family and caregiver involvement.

Delaware County:
610-891-2505

Clinical Visitation Program

This program seeks to decrease the length of stay of out-of-home placements for children in Foster Care or Kinship Care. The goal is to ensure successful family reunification or permanency within 12 months, while promoting their safety, positive adjustment, and well-being.

862 Main Street
Darby, PA 19023

610-461-4847

Crisis Services

Mobile Crisis and Intervention programs are equipped to address complex needs contributing to crisis and instability, including family systems stressors, youth substance abuse, trauma/grief, and youth intense behaviors, symptoms, and emotions that raise concern for potential harm to self or others.

Philadelphia
215-685-6440

Delaware County
855-889-7827

Extended Assessment Program

The Extended Assessment Program connects children in Delaware County with services that will best aid their overall growth and development, offering up to 24 hours of assessment and case management. Highly-qualified clinicians and clinical case managers oversee each individual case and collaborates with the child’s school, community, and home to determine the most suitable resources. Recommendations may include continued assessment, behavioral health services, or another level of care.

Delaware County
610-891-7007

Foster Care

Treatment Foster Care provides placement services for children and adolescents ages 3 to 18 with mental health, developmental, emotional, and/or behavioral challenges.

Counties: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia
215-254-2029

Outpatient Therapy Program

Outpatient therapy can help children and adolescents manage the many emotions and feelings they may experience on a regular basis. Depression, anxiety, trauma, school-related problems, bereavement, stress, anger, and family problems can interfere with daily life and functioning.

Delaware County
610-891-2337

Philadelphia
215-254-2020

Parents and Children Together (PACT)

Elwyn’s Parents and Children Together (PACT) program is for families in need of support to improve parenting skills. Through a combination of home visits and center-based education, Elwyn staff help parents learn how to use positive discipline and set age-appropriate expectations for their children

106 West 15th Street
Chester, PA 19103

610-874-9388

862 Main Street
Darby, PA 19023

610-461-4847

School Therapeutic Services

School Therapeutic Services complement other Behavioral Health Services by helping children move to less intensive levels of care. Located within four Philadelphia County schools, these comprehensive programs are an alternative for children whose medical and clinical needs may warrant traditional wraparound services.

Philadelphia County
215-254-2046

Summer Therapeutic Activities Program

Summer Therapeutic Activities Program “T-Camp” is a unique summer program available for children ages 6-21 years who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder Camp is a fun and safe place for elementary, middle and high school aged children, where social interaction and self-awareness are encouraged in enthusiastic and creative ways. Children experience peer interactions as they engage in fun and engaging activities; a caring and interactive staff addresses individual goals for socialization and expression. Routine and structure guide each child’s day even as he or she participates in hippotherapy, music enhancement, swimming, and nature walks. Special activities such as field trips, theme days, and family days encourage participation with the children and their families. Sensory-based activities and alternative methods to increase communication are incorporated into the daily programming.

Delaware County
610-891-7007

  • The best part of my job is working with the students and families, the impact I can make on their lives.

    Jason Rein

    Educational Facilitator, PA
    Jason Rein
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