Beaver County Behavioral Health holds the responsibility of encouraging a seamless system of care for people in Beaver County with behavioral health needs that is accessible, continuously available, and emphasizes health promotion, prevention, early intervention, resiliency, recovery and rehabilitation.
Value Behavioral Health (Value) is the behavioral health managed care organization (BH-MCO) for persons in Beaver County whose health coverage is provided by Medical Assistance (Medicaid).
The Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services is part of Pennsylvania’s Department of Public Welfare. OMHSAS’ goals are to implement services and policies to support recovery and resiliency in the adult behavioral health system; assure that behavioral health services and supports recognize and accommodate the unique needs of older adults; and transform the children’s behavioral health system to a system that is family driven and youth guided.
The Pennsylvania Community Providers Association promotes a community-based, responsive and viable system of agencies providing quality services for individuals receiving mental health, intellectual disabilities, addictive disease and other related human services. To achieve that purpose, PCPA serves as a forum for the exchange of information and experience, represents providers on legislative and administrative matters, and serves as a point of contact with other related statewide organizations.
The National Center for Trauma-Informed Care (NCTIC) is a technical assistance center dedicated to building awareness of trauma-informed care and promoting the implementation of trauma-informed practices in programs and services.
The mission of the National Center on Youth Transition is to improve practices, systems, and outcomes for transition-age youth and young adults (14-25 years of age) with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties.