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Behavioral and Counseling Supports

Behavioral and Counseling Supports (provided by the Family Resource Guide)

ABA Support Services

224 Nazareth Pike, Suite 22A Bethlehem, PA 18020

Phone: 610‐365‐8373 

Website: www.abasupportservices.com

Access Services

3975 Township Line Rd. Bethlehem, PA 18020

Phone: 640‐866‐6667 Toll free: 877-896-6667 

Website: www.accessservices.org

Access Services Lehigh Valley 

3975 Township Line Rd. Bethlehem, PA 18021

Phone: 877-896-6667 (toll free) 

Contact: Suzanne McFadden at 484‐456‐8717 

Email: smcfadden@accessservices.org 

Website:www.accessservices.org 

Provides Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services to children under the age of 21 who are experiencing emotional or behavioral problems. Using a family‐centered philosophy, BHRS is based on the principle of “wrapping” services and supports around the specific needs of children and their families. Individualized service is provided to children and their families in their home environment.

Bethany Counseling Ministry 

36 S. Sixth Street Allentown, PA 18101

Phone: 610‐437‐2466

Family, couples and individual counseling – serves children, teens, adults. Sliding fee scale.

Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21C 

4210 Independence Dr. Schnecksville, PA 18078 

Phone: 610‐769‐4111, ext. 1256

Catholic Charities (Hablamos español)

900 S. Woodward Street 1541 Allentown, PA 18103 

Phone: 610‐435‐1541

Hours: 8:30 AM- 4:30 PM, M-F

By appointment only Counseling for grief experiences and family problems. Runs a pregnancy/support counseling program for expectant adults and young families called “Pregnancy Support.” Must attend 4 classes to receive free items for newborn. Adoptions, to adopt, or adopt out. Foster care program. New 55 and over program to assist with employment and other issues. Immigration problems, paperwork and citizenship classes. Free or sliding fee scale for some programs. There is a fee for the Immigration services.

Center for Humanistic Change 

555 Union Blvd., Suite 7 Allentown, PA 18109 

Phone: 610‐443‐1595 Fax: 610‐443‐1598 

Hours: 8:30 AM‐4:30 PM, M-F

Website:  www.thechc.org 

Our mission is to give people, especially youth, the knowledge and tools they need to make better‐informed and more positive life choices. CHC programs are offered in schools, communities and the workplace. Our clients include students, counselors, parents, social service employees, teachers, administrators, community groups, and individuals interested in personal growth. Drug and alcohol prevention programs remain a core service

Community Solutions, Inc.

2015 W. Hamilton Street, Suite 204A Allentown, PA 18104

Phone: 610‐435‐3343 

Fax: 610‐435‐7211

Email: iwestdorp@csimail.org 

Hours: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM, M-F

Contact: Jill Hoch – Area Director Isaac Westdorp‐ Program Director 

Website: https://csi-online.org

Multi‐systemic Therapy Treatment Program Multi‐systemic Therapy (MST) is an intensive family and community based treatment service that addresses multiple aspects of serious behavior in adolescents. The multi‐systemic approach views an individual’s behavior as being influenced by the system around them‐ family, peers, school, neighborhood, as well as by the individual’s thoughts and feelings about that system.

Crime Victim’s Council of the Lehigh Valley 

2132 S. 12th Street, Suite 101 Allentown, PA 18103

 Phone: 610-437-6610 Fax: 610‐437‐9394

Hours: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM, M-F 

24-Hour Hotline: 610-437-6611 Email: info@cvclv.org

Website: www.cvclv.org

Provides support services to victims of crime in Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Services include Individual Counseling and Group Counseling (Sexual Assault/Abuse Survivors, Homicide Survivors), Court/Hospital/Police Accompaniment, Community Education and Prevention Programs, and Assistance with Victim's Compensation. All services are confidential and provided at no cost.

Crisis Intervention Lehigh County

17 South Seventh Street Allentown, PA 18101

Phone: 610‐782‐3127

Website: www.lehighcounty.org/Departments/HumanServices/Mental-Health/Crisis-Intervention

Glen Koch & Associates

961 Marcon Blvd., Suite 312 Allentown, PA 18109

Phone: 610‐266‐0610 Fax: 610-266-0292 

Website: www.glennrkochandassociates.com

 

Haven House 

1411 Union Blvd. Allentown, PA 18109

Phone: 610‐433‐6181 Fax: 610‐433‐5124 

Hours: 8:00 AM–7:00 PM, Monday-Saturday

Executive director: Jessica Katzbec

NCC MS Website: www.haven-house.com 

Programs: Haven House is an outpatient community mental health clinic offering: outpatient therapy, mental health evaluations, therapy support groups, medication management, psychiatrists and nurse practitioners, psychiatric rehabilitation services (on‐site), and mobile psychiatric rehabilitation services (in‐home), and Wellness Recovery Team, for individuals ages 14 and up. Haven House also hosts groups open to anyone from the community in Healthy Family Relationships and Anger Management (bi‐lingual Spanish speaking available). We have English and Spanish speaking staff, therapists and doctors. Magellan Behavioral Health, Medicaid, Medicare, Lehigh and Northampton County MH assistance accepted, as well as some private insurances. Access to public bus transportation within one block.

Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems 

1245 S Cedar Crest Blvd Suite 303 Allentown, PA 18103

Phone: 610‐435‐4151 929 Northampton St. 

Easton, PA 18042 Phone: 610‐330‐9862 Website: www.chimes.org/about/chimesfamily/holcomb-behavioral-health-systems

KidsPeace Children’s Hospital 

1650 Broadway Bethlehem, PA 18015

Phone: 800‐257‐3223 

Website: www.kidspeace.org/outpatient-services

Lehigh County Integrated Services 

17 South 7th Street Allentown PA 18101

Phone: 610‐782‐3376

Hours: 8:30 AM-4:15 PM, M-F

Website:  www.lehighcounty.org/Departments/Human‐ 

Services/Integrated‐Family‐Services 

Provides a free service through Children’s Mental Health and the Children’s Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP) in bringing systems and services together to increase communication and collaboration and to explore and identify services and support for a child and his/her family. Referrals can be made by anyone.

National Suicide Prevention 

Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 or dial 9-8-8 

National Crisis Text Line is 741-741 

Referrals/intake for mental health crisis. Immediate referral for children, youths, and adults in crisis. Mental health, suicide, other issues. No cost.

Team Counseling Concepts

2909 Route 100 Suite 110 Orefield, PA 18069

Phone: 570‐460‐0050 

Email: teamcounselingconcepts@gmail.com

Turning Point of Lehigh Valley (Hablamos español)

444 Susquehanna St. Allentown, PA 18103

Phone: 610‐797‐0530 Fax: 610‐797‐0585

Administrative Office Hours: 8:30 AM‐4:30 PM 

24/7 Helpline 610‐437‐3369 or TTY: 610‐419‐4594

Website: www.turningpointlv.org 

Turning Point is a safe place where survivors of domestic and intimate partner abuse and their children can find refuge. We provide inclusive programs and services to individuals and families in Lehigh and Northampton counties and reach nearly 3,500 people a year through our programs and services. Those include: a 24‐ hour Helpline, Emergency Safe House, Empowerment Counseling, Empowerment Groups, Child/Teen Advocacy, Legal Advocacy, Outreach Education, and Medical Advocacy. All programs and services are confidential and at no cost. We speak English and Spanish as well as a translation line for other languages

Valley Youth House 

3400 High Point Blvd. Bethlehem, PA 18017

Phone: 610‐820‐0166

Contacts: Michele Albright Email: malbright@valleyyouthhouse.org Michele Weissmann Email: Mweissmann@valleyyouthhouse.org

Website: www.valleyyouthhouse.org

Valley Youth House has offices in Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. Services offered include: mental health counseling for families and youth, family preservation; family based mental health; independent living program for youth including teenage moms and their babies (therapy supervised residence); a runaway and homeless youth shelter for ages 12 through 17 (there is also a shelter in Bucks County); student assistance program (SAP) for mental health counseling through Northampton County school districts; school based drug prevention services; child abuse prevention coalition; Camp Fowler providing youth a place to heal, learn, and grow, including overnight