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Supportive Concepts for Families, Inc. is a provider of high quality services and supports for individuals with Behavioral Health/Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities. Supportive Concepts for Families is well known throughout Pennsylvania for our person directed service approach and for our delivery of qualified and diversified services that improve the Behavioral Health/Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities System. Our service philosophy requires us to establish and arrange services to accommodate the unique needs of each individual, as well as to continually evaluate the services and partner with those we support in an effort to provide the most meaningful and effective supports possible. We currently support hundreds of physically, intellectually and/or developmentally disabled individuals throughout Pennsylvania.

Edison Court is dedicated to providing services in line with best practices to promote recovery and resiliency for those experiencing behavioral challenges.

Edison Court provides a full continuum of mental health care options to meet the needs of individuals, families, victims of crime, and at risk youth  from intensive inpatient RTF, to community based RTF, to community based forensic and mental health services, to  screening and evaluation.  Our goal is to match treatment needs to the best service delivery.

Harmonycrest Personal Care Home Services, formerly known as SCFS, LLC, was formed in October 2012 and began operations in June 2013. The LLC offers personnel care home services in a well maintained home located in a quiet, country setting in Berks County. Home administration and oversight is provided by a Pennsylvania licensed Personal Care Home Administrator and well trained, personal care home specialists with experience in issues surrounding aging, mental health and physical health disorders are on site twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week to provide professional, compassionate support to residents. Supports offered within the home include assistance with all adult daily living needs, the provision of nutritious meals, laundry service and medication administration support. This home can support residents with physical disabilities and offers first floor, wheelchair accessible bathrooms, dining room and lounge areas. A full-time Activities Coordinator is on site to ensure that the socialization needs of residents are met and a Medical Director is available twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week for consultation.

The mission of the Partnership is to make a difference by offering a variety of prevention services to the Berks County community that help to address problems and risks associated with: alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs; violence; teen pregnancy; abuse; crime; school dropout; and other related social issues. The Community Prevention Partnership of Berks County (Partnership) was established in 1992 through a federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. It incorporated in 1993 and, after attaining its 501(c)(3) status in 1995 began its own fiscal and programmatic operations. Currently, the Partnership receives funds through grants/contracts with: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration/ Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Administration for Children & Families/Office of Family Assistance, Department of Public Welfare/Office of Child Development & Early Education, Pennsylvania Commission On Crime and Delinquency, Council On Chemical Abuse, Service Access and Management, Schuylkill County Drug and Alcohol, Berks County Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities, Berks County Human Services Development Fund, Berks County Intermediate Unit, Berks County Community Foundation, and the United Way. The Partnership also receives funding from training and evaluation contracts and from private donations.

Since 1884, The Children’s Home of Reading has responded to the needs of children and families in crisis in Berks County and the surrounding communities. While the needs and programs have changed, one thing remains the same, The Children’s Home of Reading prepares children for success in life.

Today, the services provided are treatment oriented because the children who pass through our doors face serious barriers to success. They come to us with serious mental health and behavioral challenges. They come to us abused, neglected and afraid. They come to us without hope. While some have loving families that just don’t know how to help their children get through these difficult days, many of them have not experienced childhood in the way that most of us do.

New Horizon Treatment Services has a multi-disciplined approach to helping clients achieve freedom from substance abuse and mental health disorders.

We take pride in our ability to design individualized treatment programs, systems and strategies to support individualized treatment objectives.

We have the ability to schedule intakes same day and next day.
Our team consists of a variety of counseling professionals who are under the supervision of licensed staff members and include: LPC, LCSW, LCADC, CADC, LAC, LSW, interns.

Here are just a few of the services we provide at New Horizon Treatment Services:

  • Substance abuse, mental health, psychiatric and psychological assessments and evaluations.
  • Individual counseling services
  • Specialized group counseling services
  • Psychiatric services
  • Co-occuring disorders treatment
  • Drug screening
  • Medicated assisted treatment options for alcohol and opiates: Vivitrol, Methadone and Subutex
  • Outpatient, intensive outpatient and partial care services
  • Comprehensive multi-disciplinary treatment planning
  • Marriage and family counseling

PDCS, LLC is a qualified provider of supports and Behavioral Support Services to individuals with Mental Health / Intellectual Developmental Disabilities. PDCS, LLC also offers individualized technical assistance; on-site consultations and trainings to a variety of organizations across the United States interested in implementing the Person Driven Framework (PDF). It is primarily under contract with human service organizations participating in the public social service systems of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Youth Services Agency, (YSA) a non-profit corporation, provides a range of services for at-risk youth in the Juvenile Justice Systems within PA and the surrounding Mid-Atlantic region. Our Mission is to maintain at-risk youth in their families and communities, where possible, and to help these youth become responsible and functional members of their communities.

YSA programs follow the “least restrictive, community-based and graduated sanctions” mandates of the PA Juvenile Justice System (JJS). As a first priority, we try to serve youth and families in their own communities, followed by short term residential programs (several days to several months) for youth who can not remain in their communities while under Court supervision.  Longer term residential care, over 3 months, is focused on vocational training programs with recognized skill certifications for those youth deemed to need more extensive placements by JJS officials.

SELS is committed to being a leader among the green energy movement. We are dedicated to providing sustainable kilowatt reduction solutions for our customers in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey and New York. SELS provides kilowatt reduction and utility cost suppression solutions for homeowners and commercial properties for non-profits, government entities and businesses. We do this through energy-efficient power upgrades, power conditioning device distribution and installation, and innovative energy lighting solutions. We also help our customers qualify for electric rebates and incentives. Our goal is for our customers to maintain control over their own utility costs and see sustainable savings. Our trained and knowledgeable team takes great pride in offering: complete analysis, installation based on best-practices, financing and incentive options (where applicable) and a comprehensive warranty.

SAFS, in partnership with Inperium, Inc. has opened an auto repair facility located in Berks County, Pennsylvania. SAFS is a retail auto repair shop open to the public. SAFS began operating in December 2015. Located at 1230 Lancaster Avenue Reading, PA, SAFS is equipped with four full service bays and provides services to fleet and retail customers. SAFS vehicle services include, but are not limited to: Full diagnostics, Oil, lube, and filter service, Tires, Tune ups, State inspection and emissions. Current service hours are Monday through Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm.

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