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York County Human Services

Providing Quality Human Services to the Citizens of York County

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York County Human Services - Mental Health

The following Mental Health Services to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness include: Administrator’s Office, Transitional Residential Services, Service Case Management, Mental Health Court, Intensive Case Management, Social Rehabilitation Services, Resource Coordination, Club House/Psychiatric, Community Treatment Team (CTT), Facility Based Vocational Services, Community Services, Family Support Services, Outpatient Services, Community Residential Services, Rehabilitation, Community Employment, Psychiatric Inpatient, Transportation, Crisis Diversion Services, Day Treatment (Partial Hospitalization), Emergency SVCS/Crisis Intervention and Community Hospital Integration &Project Program (CHIPP)

York County Human Services - Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Our mission is to serve, with respect, individuals in or community with mental illness, intellectual disabilities, developmental delays and/or substance abuse problems in order to enhance their quality of life and provide an opportunity to reach their fullest potential.

York County Human Services - HealthChoices Management Unit

The York/Adams HealthChoices Management Unit (HCMU) was created in 2001 as one of the Human Services departments which oversees the drug and alcohol and mental health services funded through the Medicaid HealthChoices Program.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) York/Adams

The families and members of NAMI York County are here to help! We offer understanding to anyone concerned about mental illnesses and the treatment of mental illness.Mental illnesses are brain disorders that are biologically based medical problems. Untreated, they can cause severe disturbances in thinking, feeling and relating. This results in substantially diminished capacity for dealing with the ordinary demands of life. Mental illness can affect persons of any age and occur in any family. They are not caused by bad parenting and not evidence of weakness of character.

Community Care Behavioral Health - Finding Treatment

Community Care helps you get the behavioral health treatment you need for better health and a higher quality of life. Recovery from a mental health condition or an addiction is possible. You might not be sure what behavioral health treatment is or if you need it. Choose one of the areas to learn about what we do, how we can help, and other information that is important to you. To find a list of providers delivering outpatient mental health services to adults or child/adolescent, contact your insurance company or click here for possible options:  Find a List of Providers here (type in your zip code, choose your county, click find a provider, select adult or child/adolescent, select mental health outpatient towards the bottom of the drop-down list to receive your list of local results)

York/Adams Drug & Alcohol Commission

Substance abuse and addiction hurts EVERYBODY in the family.  It doesn't have to be that way.  Please explore our site to find resources to assist you or someone that you care about, including ways to dispose of prescription medication.

Helpful Brochure Created by York County Human Services

Mental health resource guide for those residing in York County, PA.
Mental health resource guide for those residing in York County, PA.
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Info graphic by www.Mindwise.org

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For a list of local York County Support Groups, please visit:

Other Available Resources

Newly updated SAMSHA guide: https://www.samhsa.gov/suicideAddiction 

Addiction Center, Pennsylvania Drug Rehabs: https://www.addictioncenter.com/rehabs/pennsylvania/