We will assist consumers in achieving and sustaining the highest level of independence in their homes and communities, with service options founded upon evidence-based practices and recovery principles.
We will maintain our consumer-oriented philosophy, which has established PMHC as not just a provider of services, but also as an advocate for individuals with mental illness, intellectual disabilities and co-occurring disorders.
We acknowledge the link between addiction and mental illness and will utilize best-practice models in treating individuals in a coordinated and unified manner that supports recovery from their co-occurring disorders. We will work in collaboration with consumers, families, and with other community agencies and organizations.
We strive to empower consumers in their progress toward recovery.
We will maintain our commitment to continuous quality improvement for our agency and for the field of Human Services.
We will recruit quality professionals and promote professional development and personal growth for all PMHC employees.
We will embrace the principles of Trauma Informed Care and will help to create an emotionally and physically safe and supportive environment by realizing the prevalence of trauma.
In December of 2017, “M” became a participant in the Forensic Services Program. He was, and to this day is, one of the most pleasant gentlemen you will meet. He always takes the time to inquire about the well-being of staff members and notices when someone is absent. “M’s” easy-going, friendly personality often made him a target. Not long before his probation was to end, he acquired a new charge, thus placing him on probation even longer. “M” did not allow this setback to alter his personality. Instead, he became more determined to progress and realized he needed a change in environment. Unfortunately, “M” had a relapse and suffered an overdose shortly after. He was saved and immediately became invested in his recovery. He took suggestions—willingly committing to, and completing, inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment all while working with FSP staff and fully complying. “M” remained sober and moved into a shared apartment in Bensalem and eventually moved into a CRR (during the pandemic) a few months before completing his probation. “M” is thriving and is the happiest he has been. He is so proud of his accomplishments and is always eager to share his sobriety (he has remained clean and sober since his overdose two years ago), and the hurdles he overcame to complete his probation. You can often find “M” relaxing, meditating, or taking a walk; he is always willing to share scripture and offer a blessing whenever needed. “M” is a true FSP success story.
Please contact us at:
Main Center/ Intake: 215.752.1541
Child and Family: 215.757.8611
Intellectual Disabilities: 215.750.9898
Act/ CTT: 215.750.7060
FSP and 919 Durham Rd.: 267.569.1130
Blended Case Management: 267.587.2345
Administrative Offices: 267-587-2300
If this is an emergency, please contact Lenape Valley Crisis at 215-785-9765.