1430 Route 286 East, Suite 1
Indiana, PA 15701
1430 Route 286 East, Suite 1
Indiana, PA 15701
Adult Outpatient Treatment Services
Treatment services offered in the community:
Continuing Care/Medication Management - program provides follow-up outpatient psychiatric care and medication maintenance.
Outpatient Treatment – provides intensive mental health treatment within the community. There are three levels of service:
Acute Partial Hospitalization Program - intensive treatment in a supportive environment. The program runs 5 days per week.
Regular Partial - intensive treatment in a supportive environment. The time ranges from 3 to 30 hours as needed, and includes group therapy, family therapy, individual therapy, and personal/social skills development.
Intensive Outpatient (Individual and Group) – an intermediate or transitional level of care that aims to increase stability, decrease symptoms, and improve functioning to reduce the need for more intensive levels of care.
Treatment that occurs within a hospital setting.
Two community psychiatric inpatients units exist in our area:
Long-term care for residents of Armstrong and Indiana Counties occurs at Torrance State Hospital.
Indiana Regional Medical Center - Behavioral Health Services (Geriatric Inpatient Only)
Long Term Structured Residence - a service available through a partnership with Butler County, the program provides a 24/7 structured living situation and intensive treatment all in one setting.
Adult Inpatient Services
Adult Recovery Oriented Services
Adult MH Residential Services
Services that provide supportive and supported housing.
Supported Living Program – provides housing/renter skills building and in-home support by assisting consumers in securing and maintaining affordable housing in the community.
Minimum Care Community Residential Rehabilitation Program (CRR) – provides support to aid in the development of independent living and coping skills by offering supervised apartment living, supportive counseling, vocational preparation, social skill building, development of leisure time activities and placement/follow-up services. Emergency staffing is available. Individuals must be at least 18 years of age. The length of stay for the program is 9-12 months.
Maximum Care Community Residential Rehabilitation Program (MAX CRR) – provides 24/7 personal care home living but with the added services also provided in the Minimum Care CRR Program. Individuals must be at least 18 years of age. There are two types of beds: Respite/Diversion beds which carry a maximum stay of 60 days, and Full Care Beds with a length of stay of 12-18 months.
Services that focus on self-sufficiency, resiliency and recovery.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program - designed to assist persons with serious psychiatric disabilities in helping them regain their desired role within the community.
Case Management - assist clients/consumers in gaining access to psychiatric, medical, social, educational and other needed or desired community services
Vocational Services – designed to assist the client/consumer with vocational training, job placement and ultimately practical and valuable work experience in the community.
Drop-in Centers – designed to promote socialization among mental health consumers and to provide opportunities to focus on development of daily living skills and pre-vocational training in an informal setting.
Consumer/Family Satisfaction Teams – a team of mental health/substance abuse clients/consumers who assess consumer and family member satisfaction with behavioral health services being received.
Peer Specialist Program – individuals who assist peers navigate the behavioral health system and find needed services while providing hope and encouragement by modeling the recovery process and coping skills.
120 South Grant Ave., Suite 3
Kittanning, PA 16201
Adult MH Housing Services
MH Bridge Housing Program - provides temporary tenant-based rental assistance to individuals/families to quickly establish decent, safe and affordable housing until a more permanent source of rental assistance is obtained. Individuals applying for assistance must be at least 18 years of age, have a documented mental health diagnosis, and have an active MA number. Referrals to the program can be made by contacting ICCAP at 724-465-2657.
Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) – provides non-emergency assistance to individuals/families that have been diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness and are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. Services include outreach, renter and budgeting education, and housing case management and referral assistance. Individuals must be at least 18 years of age.
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