Reducing Justice Involvement For People with Mental Illness.


Intercept I: Law Enforcement and Emergency Services



Bedford-Somerset MH/MR Crisis

Counties

Bedford, Somerset






Bucks County (PA) Crisis Intervention Team

Official website of Bucks County CIT that includes an overview of the program, news reports and more.

Contact

Carol Meholic, NAMI Bucks County: cmeholic@verizon.net
Tony Sevick, Bucks County Mental Health: tjsevick@co.bucks.pa.us
Phone: 215-444-2872
Fax: 215-444-2893

Counties

Bucks






Bucks County Crisis Line

A 24/7 Crisis Line (1-800-499-7455) is available and connects to trained staff at each of the centers.

Bucks County has 3 crisis centers:

Counties

Bucks






Carbon/Monroe/Pike Crisis Hotline

24/7 hotline (570-421-2901) or toll free at 1-800-338-6467 which can be accessed directly or by calling C/M/P MH/MR.

Counties

Carbon






Center for Community Resources (CCR)

Offers intervention, assessment, counseling, screening, and referral services.

The Center for Community Resources (CCR) operates a Homeless Case Management Program, which provides permanent supportive housing assistance for chronically homeless, disabled consumers (over the age of 18) with a mental health disorder and/or struggles with substance abuse. Housing is provided at various apartment locations. CCR housing Services include:

Counties

Butler






Chestnut Ridge Mental Health Crisis Services


Chestnut Ridge Crisis Hotline

Walk-In Crisis Intervention services

Counties

Fayette






CIT


Contact

April J. Billet-Barclay
Deputy Chief
York County Adult Probation and Parole Department
45 North George Street, 2nd Floor
York, PA 17401
Phone: 717-771-9602 Ext. 226
E-mail: Ajbillet-barclay@york-county.org

Counties

York






CIT


Contact

Marie Onukiavage
Executive Director
NAMI PA: Scranton Area
846 Jefferson Avenue
Scranton PA 18510
Phone: 570-342-1047
E-mail: marieo@namipascranton.org

Counties

Lackawanna






CIT


Contact

Adult MH Administrative Case Management Unit - Brandi Newland, Supervisor
Lancaster County MH/MR/EI
Phone: 717.209.3364
E-mail: BNewland@co.lancaster.pa.us

Counties

Lancaster






Criminal Justice Mental Health Collaborative of Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh

Describes Allegheny County CIT program.

Contact

CIT Coordinator/Firearms Instructor - Officer Patricia Melendez

Phone: 412-323-7849
E-mail: Patricia.melendez@city.pittsburgh.pa.us

Counties

Allegheny




Crisis Intervention Team

CIT

Contact

Tracy Small
Coordinator
3147 Research Drive
State College, PA 16801
Phone: (814)933-7101, (814)237-1172
E-mail: centrecountycit@gmail.com

Counties

Centre






Crisis Intervention Team


Contact

Bill Chambers
Deputy Mental Health Administrator
Office of Behavioral Health
Phone: 610-713-2380
E-mail: chambersW@co.delaware.pa.us

Counties

Delaware






Emergency Assessment Line



Counties

Lycoming, Clinton







Faces of Recovery: Supporting People in Housing*

OMHSAS report describing Crisis Intervention/Mobile Crisis programs, namely those in Clearfield/Jefferson and Dauphin Counties (PA), among other programs. Contact information is also provided.

Counties

Crisis Intervention/Mobile Crisis - Clearfield, Jefferson
Crisis Intervention - Dauphin
Crisis Residential Program - Erie
Community Treatment Team (CIT) - Dauphin, Northampton
Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation - Lackawanna
Clubhouse - Bucks
Mobile Medication Management - Berks
Intensive Case Management - Somerset
Targeted Case Management - Westmoreland
Peer Support Services (Specialists) - Montgomery






Laurel Highlands Region (PA) Crisis Intervention Team

Overview of Laurel Highlands Region CIT, including a brief description, resources and contact information.

Contact

Police Coordinator- Officer Daniel Marguccio
Phone: 814-533-2074
Fax: 814-535-6842
E-mail: dmarguccio@cojtwn.com

Mental Health Coordinator - Patti Costic
Phone: 814-535-8531
Fax: 814-536-9398
E-mail: Pcostic@laurelhighlandscit.com

NAMI Coordinator- Wendy Stewart
Phone: 814-535-3166
Fax: 814-539-3318
E-mail: wstewart@laurelhighlandscit.com

Bedford/Somerset County MHMR- Tom Bender
Phone: 814-443-4891 ext. 4245
E-mail: tomb@besmhmr.dst.pa.us

Counties

Cambria, Somerset







Lebanon County Crisis Intervention and County Information and Referral Center

Phone: (717) 274-3363
Confidential and free 24/7 service, provided by Philhaven Hospital. Provides several services for Lebanon County including:



Counties

Lebanon







Mobile Crisis Service

Provides services at consumers' homes or at other community locations:

Available from 9AM to 9PM Monday through Saturday, although 302 assessments are available 24/7

Counties

Carbon






Montgomery County Emergency Services Law Enforcement Training

A three-day Crisis Intervention Specialist (CIS) School for law enforcement and criminal justice personnel is designed to train law enforcement and criminal justice personnel in dealing with individuals in crisis.

Counties

Montgomery






New Perspectives Crisis Intervention Services

Counties

Carbon






New Perspectives Crisis Residence

Counties

Carbon, Pike, Monroe






Philadelphia RESPONDS CIT


Contact

Lt. Francis T. Healy, Esq.
Special Counsel to the Commissioner
Police HQ Room 310B
8th and Race Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Phone: (215) 686-3022
E-mail: francis.healy@phila.gov

Michele Dowell, MSW Philadelphia Dept. of Behavioral Health, CIT Coordinator
Phone: (215) 546-0300 ext 3511
E-mail: mdowell@pmhcc.org

Counties

Philadelphia






Project REACH, Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems

Counties

Delaware






Schuylkill County Crisis Intervention

Phone: 877-993-4357

Counties

Schuylkill






SPHS Crisis Intervention Services

Counties

Washington






Telephone and Mobile Crisis

Counties

Clearfield, Jefferson






Valley Creek Crisis Center (VCCC)

Phone: 610-280-3270

Counties

Chester






Valley Creek Crisis Residential Program

Counties

Chester






Westmoreland Crisis Hotline

Counties

Westmoreland






Program information contained on this website indicates the most accurate listing of ongoing programs within each county, according to the most recent information available to the Center of Excellence. The listing of a specific program here does not constitute an endorsement of the program by the Center of Excellence, nor indicate that this program conforms to an acceptable standard of quality.