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Blended Case Management

Blended Case Management (BCM) offers a unique and effective approach to help individuals with mental health problems live successfully in the community. It links individuals with behavioral health, psychological or developmental challenges with necessary community services, advocates for their needs and provides them with on-site crisis intervention and skill development. BCM care is customized to meet the needs of each individual.

Blended case managers help individuals create a personalized recovery plan that guides them in their ongoing journey towards their mental health and recovery.

Services provided are at home, medical appointments, or other sites where the individual needs support and are based on the individual’s assessed level of need. The case manager coordinates all needed services, both with Salisbury Behavioral Health, LLC. and other providers.

Case managers can link individuals with treatment and rehabilitative services as well as helping with recovery in areas that include:

  • Supportive living & supportive housing programs
  • Individual, couples/family and group therapy
  • Crisis support/relapse prevention providers
  • 24-hour emergency and crisis intervention services
  • Family education and consultation
  • Symptom management coaching
  • Vocational/educational support
  • Life skills coaching
  • Recreational/socialization activities
  • Benefits counseling
  • Money management support
  • Drug and alcohol related services
  • Medical treatment
  • Local transportation services
  • Assistive technologies
  • Nutritional education
  • Accessibility, in accordance with the American with Disabilities Act
  • Additional services, as needed

Individuals must be 18 years of age and have a treatment history that includes one of the following:

  • Six or more days of psychiatric inpatient treatment in the past 12 months
  • Standards for involuntary treatment within the past 12 months
  • Currently receiving or in need of mental health services from two or more human service agencies or public systems such as drug and alcohol, vocational rehabilitation, criminal justice, etc.
  • At least three missed community mental health service appointments, or two or more face-to-face meetings with crisis intervention emergency service personnel within the past 12 months, or documentation of not maintaining his/her medication regimen for at least 30 days
  • Being recommended as needing additional mental health services by other providers and/or county representatives

Wyomissing Office
560 Van Reed Road, Suite 304
Wyomissing, PA 19610
Phone: (610) 790-8630
Fax: (610) 790-8783
Services offered in: Berks County

Nichole Henderson – nhenderson@salisb.com
Kyle Robbins – krobbins@salisb.com
Phone: (610) 396-3672
Fax: (610) 396-3679

East Stroudsburg Office
1482 Cherry Lane Road
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Phone: (570) 422-6670
Fax: (570) 421-2615
Services offered in: Carbon, Monroe and Pike counties

Pete McFadden
Phone: (570) 422-6670 ext. 1093
Fax: (570) 421-2615
pmcfadden@salisb.com

Bethlehem Office
3984 Courtney Street, Suite 100
Bethlehem, PA 18017
Phone: (610) 973-0970
Fax: (610) 391-1682
Services offered in: Lehigh and Northampton counties

Kevin Stank – kstank@salisb.com
Phone: (610) 973-0970 ext. 4160
Erin Bearse – ebearse@salisb.com
Phone: (610) 973-0970 ext. 4080

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