Programs and Recovery Supports
Case Management Services
St. Luke's Penn Foundation Mobile Engagement Services (MES)
Mobile outreach service in which therapists work with the family, employer, schools and other concerned parties to engage individuals who are resistant to treatment, meeting with them in the home and other nontraditional locations.
The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. Intensive Case Management (ICM)
ICM is a drug and alcohol services delivery program that concentrates on the assessment and referral of clients to treatment and ancillary services. The primary focus of ICM is to increase client retention in - and completion of - treatment in order to move towards recovery and self-sufficiency. This service is confidential, and participation is voluntary, thus ensuring the case management process is client centered and client driven. ICM services are available for adults and adolescents ages 12-17.
Be a Part of the Conversation
Equips families and communities with skills and resources to understand substance use, addiction, and related health issues. Provides community programs, foster supportive connections, highlight lived experiences and challenge stigma. Offers parents support and education groups.
Child and Family Focus Systems Integration Facilitation (SIF)
SIF provides youth between the ages of 3-21 a comprehensive Interagency Team Meeting (ITMs) facilitation leadership for assigned youth, families, and systems. The youth may have complex needs such as a referral to a residential treatment facility (RTF), discharge from RTF, seeking mental health treatment, children and youth involvement, inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization programs, and more. Anyone can make a referral to SIF including the youth, parents, guardians, therapists, and school counselors.
Family Service Association of Bucks County Teen Center
Available virtually on Fridays from 4:00 - 5:30 pm for teens ages 14-19 to vent about problems and get support from caring professionals and others who are going through similar struggles.
NAMI Bucks County
Dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness through recovery-focused support, education and advocacy. Offers support group for teens and their parents.
The Drop at Quakertown Community Center
The center is open on Wednesday and Thursday from 3 pm to 6pm, when school is open. The Quakertown Community Center’s goal is to see the youth and young adults of Quakertown thrive by connecting them to their gifts and passions. As QCC grows, we want to develop the youth to become leaders within the community by connecting with and mentoring other young people. Focusing on youth and young adults, the center wants to provide a safe and welcoming hub, staffed by caring, non-judgement adults who will provide mentoring and instill hope.
The Youth Center by Kamp for Kids
Located in Neshaminy Mall. Kamp for Kids is lending its passion and voice to fuel the mentoring movement to ensure all youth receive the support they need to succeed in all life areas, such as taking a test, preparing of an interview, starting a bank account & planning a future career. Kamp for Kids goals is to direct kids away from the streets by offering a place to talk about hard things.
Youth Move PA
Youth Move PA is a statewide youth & young adult advocacy organization dedicated to eliminating stigma surrounding mental health while promoting wellness and recovery for those seeking aid along their journey. Offers virtual peer led support groups for youth and young adults between the ages of 16-29 years old.
Young People in Recovery
Young People in Recovery envisions a world where all young people have the resources they need to thrive in recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol. The organization’s mission is to provide life skills and peer support to help young people recover from substance use disorder and reach their full potential. No chapters have been established in Southeast PA yet, but the organization offers virtual All-Recovery Meetings which are free and open to the public.