Mental Health/Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

MENTAL HEALTH

The Office of Mental Health is an administrative office that contracts with local agencies to provide mental health services and supports.  Typically, residents without health insurance may qualify for some county funding.  Six local agencies serve as entry points to assess needs and help provide services.

If you or someone you care about is experiencing a mental health or emotional crisis, call Valley Creek Crisis Intervention at 610-280-3270 or 610-918-2100. If lonely, depressed, or anxious contact the consumer-run Warm Line at 1-866-846-2722.

Jan MInding your health

Residential Rehabilitation Programs

RFP

INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY

The County Intellectual Disability (ID) program serves 1500 county residents registered with the program.  Each year the ID program uses about $58 million in federal, state and county funds to purchase services and supports for individuals with intellectual disability and their families from southeastern PA agencies qualified by the PA Office of Developmental Programs.  A Supports Coordinator (case manager) works with each individual to develop and Individualized Service Plan (ISP) focused on what the individual needs to meet their maximum potential.  Supports Coordination is available at no cost to registrants.
Dec. Id Newsletter

INFANT TODDLER EARLY INTERVENTION (Birth to 3 years of age)

Early Intervention provides free support and services to children under age 3 with developmental delays.  Support builds on existing family, community and early education resources.  This program serves about 1, 100 children each year.
Jan Toddler Times