Reducing Justice Involvement For People with Mental Illness.

Intercept 5: Community Correction and Support

Adult Probation & Parole Special Offenders Unit

Counties

Lancaster






Adult SPORE (Special Program for Offenders in Rehabilitation & Education)

Contact

For additional information, contact the Department of Human Services Information and Referral Unit at 610-782-3200

Counties

Lehigh






Butler County Day Reporting Center (DRC)

The Day Reporting Center Program (DRC) is a Restrictive Intermediate Punishment sentencing alternative that can accommodate approximately 25, Level 3 and 4 offenders. These offenders must be pre-approved for the program. These offenders must reside in Butler County and meet the criteria for drug and alcohol dependency. This Program allows them to remain in the community and receive appropriate substance abuse treatment, while abiding by all of the rules and regulations of the DRC. The DRC is located at the Adult Probation Suboffice at 227 West Cunningham Street in Butler. While involved in this program the clients have both a Probation Officer and a Drug and Alcohol Case Manager. The following are some important highlights of this program:

Counties

Butler






Center for Community Resources (CCR)

Offers intervention, assessment, counseling, screening, and referral services.

The Center for Community Resources (CCR) operates a Homeless Case Management Program, which provides permanent supportive housing assistance for chronically homeless, disabled consumers (over the age of 18) with a mental health disorder and/or struggles with substance abuse. Housing is provided at various apartment locations. CCR housing Services include:

Counties

Butler






Circle Center

Counties

Washington






Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT)

Counties

Bucks






Forensic Certified Peer Specialist

Washington County has a Forensic Certified Peer Specialist employed by AMI, Inc. and several Peer Mentors who can provide a wide range of services to assist individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Services include: assistance with community integration, linkage to resources, and development of wellness recovery action plans.

Counties

Washington






Forensic Intensive Recovery Program (PA)

Description and links to further information regarding the FIR program in Philadelphia County, PA.

Contact

Director of Clinical Services - Yvette Rouse

Telephone: 215-731-2166
E-mail: yvette@phmc.org

Counties

Philadelphia






Gateway Rehab Housing Program

  • Collaboration between Beaver County Behavioral Health, Gateway Rehab, and Beaver County Housing Authority
  • 72 apartments
  • On-site support services, daily programming, and assistance with doctor appointments, medications, jobs, and educational needs
  • "Gateway’s partnership with the Eleanor Roosevelt apartments has helped me to stay in recovery and turn my life around. I live in a dignified place that I can call my home.”
  • Counties

    Beaver






    Justice Bridge Housing

    Contact

    Bruce Quigley at (570) 522-1300 or b.quigley@unioncountyhousingauthority.org

    Counties

    Union






    The MAIN Link (PA)

    Official website of the MAIN Link, based in Bradford and Sullivan Counties, which provides a variety of peer specialist programs and other community-based services.

    Contact

    Click here to contact The MAIN Link (PA)

    Counties

    Bradford, Sullivan






    Probation & Parole Intensive Behavioral Health Unit

    Contact

    Sally Barry, Chief, Lebanon County Adult Probation
    Telephone: (717) 273-1557, ext. 104
    E-mail: sbarry@lebcnty.org

    Counties

    Lebanon






    Specialized Supervision Program

    Counties

    Lycoming






    Supportive Living Program (SLP)/Transitional Living Coordinator

    Contact

    For more information please contact Jen Kramer at NHS Human Services Jkramer@nhsonline.org, 570-628-3323 (229) or Shanna Cook at Allied Services SCook@allied-services.org, 570-622-2177

    Counties

    Schuylkill






    Program information contained on this website indicates the most accurate listing of ongoing programs within each county, according to the most recent information available to the Center of Excellence. The listing of a specific program here does not constitute an endorsement of the program by the Center of Excellence, nor indicate that this program conforms to an acceptable standard of quality.