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Mental Health Services

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Behavioral Aid Program
The Behavioral Aid Program serves children and youth from birth to age 21. An aid provides services to support children to learn adaptive behaviors so they can remain at home with their families.
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)
BHRS provides enhanced mental health services based on the needs and strengths of children and adolescents and their families. These home- and community-based services assist children to improve their communication and social skills, regulate their emotions and improve their classroom behavior.
Community Residential Rehabilitation Services
Through Community Residential Rehabilitation Services, adults and young adults in recovery from mental illness have the opportunity to live in the community while they gain skills to become more independent. Adults and young adults live in supportive, homelike living arrangements with supports available 24 hours a day, if necessary.
Domiciliary Care
Domiciliary Care Homes provide a supportive, homelike, community-based living arrangement for adults experiencing mental illness. With access to supports 24-hours a day, individuals receive assistance in developing skills and have opportunities to be successful in the community.
Early Intervention Evaluations
Available for infants and children ages birth to three, Early Intervention Evaluations assist families to identify services and supports that will best support their children’s and the family’s needs.
Family Based Mental Health Services
Family Based Mental Health Services provide support for families with children who have serious emotional or behavioral concerns that may place the children at risk for out-of-home placement. To support families to stay together, our professionals develop a support plan based on the child’s and family’s strengths.
High Fidelity Wraparound
Focusing on youth and family strengths, culture and choice, High Fidelity Wraparound coordinates care to meet families’ needs, based on the idea that families already have many of the resources they need to be successful. This is not a separate service; instead, it works with any services an individual or family already receives.
Intensive Case Management
Intensive Case Management is designed to empower men and women experiencing a serious mental illness to make informed choices about their daily living.
Lifesharing Thru Family Living
In Lifesharing Thru Family Living, men and women live with host families who have opened their home to provide supports and share their lives. Enduring relationships are formed, which are the foundation of developing life skills and self esteem, as well as a rich family, community and civic life.
Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation provides flexible services for individuals with disabilities. Services are provided to promote psychiatric stability and independent living, and people can choose whether they want to receive services at home or in the community.
Peer Support
Peer Support Services offer men and women in recovery from mental illness supports from our Certified Peer Specialists. Peer Support helps individuals to gain control over their recovery and participation in the community and helps give them a voice in the services they receive.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
As a licensed Psychiatric Rehabilitation program, the Keystone Center supports and empowers men and women on their personal journey to recovery. Open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Keystone Center offers people opportunities to develop a Wellness Recovery Action Plan, a program for personal health and wellness, personal computer skills, and other skills using recovery-based methods.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program for Children
The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program for Children provides children ages 4-18 with opportunities to actively participate in the community. Each child works with a support professional to address behaviors using positive approaches.
Psychological Evaluation Services
Psychological Evaluation Services include psychological evaluations and reevaluations to determine the medical necessity of formal services.
Respite Services
Respite Services provides temporary support for children and adults with intellectual disabilities and autism or for those in recovery from mental illness. While individuals use Respite Services, they continue to receive comprehensive and individualized supports based on their needs.
Service Dogs
Service dogs assist men, women and children to be more independent in their daily lives. Susquehanna Service Dogs specially trains each dog for each person’s unique needs. Dogs can open doors, turn lights on and off, find the phone, search for a person, retrieve a variety of items and much more.
Specialized Community Residences
Designed for men and women over the age of 18, Specialized Community Residences offer opportunities for men and women who are experiencing psychiatric challenges to live in the community and receive support with daily living activities.
Structured Residential Services
Structured Residential Services offers men and women over age 18 the opportunity to enhance their personal strengths and rebuild family relationships and community connections that may have been lost during hospitalizations. A highly structured service that focuses on recovery, Structured Residential Services maintains locked exits and can serve people during involuntary commitments.
Supported Employment
Individuals receive support to successfully find and maintain a job. Services include assistance with finding employment, job coaching, or developing a personal business.
Supportive Living
Through Supportive Living Services, men and women learn to become self-sufficient and have many opportunities to grow and explore their interests. Each person receives supports within their own home or apartment or in a home or apartment rented by Keystone.
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