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Network of Care

Trilogy Integrated Resources LLC, creator of the Network of Care Web sites, is a company dedicated to improving information and communication in the health and social service fields at the community level.

PA Recovery

Your go to page for recovery and resiliency.

Chester County Mental Health & Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

The Chester County Department of MH/IDD administers publicly funded services in the areas of Mental Health, Intellectual Disability, and Developmental Disabilities (Early Intervention).

PA Department of Public Welfare

Providing services to assist families.

Carbon, Monroe, and Pike Counties Mental Health & Developmental Services

Promote an environment where all community members receive the supports they need to be self-sufficient and to maintain quality of life in a community that fosters acceptance and embraces recovery.

Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Services

Assisted by the Mental Health and Developmental Services Advisory Board, the bi-county Mental Health and Developmental Services’ office provides a full range of mental health and intellectual disability services responsive to individual and community needs.

Lehigh County Department of Human Services

The Lehigh County Mental Health Program believes that people with mental illness can best achieve positive change and recovery when treatment and supportive services are guided by each person’s goals, preferences, strengths and needs. Involvement of family and/or significant others is encouraged. Services are designed to be accessible, responsive, culturally appropriate, and cost effective.

Community Care

We are a health insurance company that has been helping people throughout Pennsylvania recover from mental health conditions and addiction for more than 20 years.

Regional Mental Health Services

The Mental Health Departments in the southeast counties of Pennsylvania (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia), collaboratively plan and develop regional specialized support services for adults (18+) who have serious mental illness.