CMP MH Services
A screener is available to provide information and referrals during regular business hours.
Our staff is available to provide information, consultation, and educational programs for community agencies, organizations, professional personnel, and the community at large. Please contact us to request this service.
Case Managers help individuals to receive appropriate services, monitor their progress, and advocate for their rights. There are four types of case managers: Administrative (ACM), Community Hospital (CCM), Forensic (FCM), and Targeted (TCM).
CASSP Coordinators are located in each county to act as liaisons to the child serving systems, including education, child welfare, juvenile justice, substance abuse, mental/behavioral health, early intervention, and developmental services. They work with youth and families to coordinate services that are designed to be strength and resiliency based, family-focused, youth-guided, culturally competent, and least restrictive and intrusive to the family/youth. Their goal is to keep youth in their families and their community.
CHIPP Coordinators serve as liaisons to the state mental health hospitals (Clarks Summit). They also monitor providers and programs created by the 5 CHIPP Initiatives that have been awarded in our counties over the past 15 years. They monitor the 95 individuals who have been discharged through this process and those who are being diverted from state hospitals following a stay in the community hospital behavioral health unit.
The Behavioral Health Housing Coordinator works with the Housing Authority staff from each county to advocate for the housing needs of individuals with behavioral health diagnosis. The position also manages housing projects funded by MH/DS that are designed for individuals with behavioral health issues and meet the criteria for each specific program. This individual applies for and manages grants and funding streams used to assist consumers with maintaining their homes.
CIT and collaboration with Law Enforcement for individuals with mental illness. Our CIT Coordinator works with law enforcement on general training to identify signs and symptoms of mental health crisis and provide an overview of the mental health system. They also collaborate on a regular basis regarding encounters, resources and services