Karen Graff presents Bucks County Commissioner Robert J. Harvie Jr. a welcome packet as he tours the main center facility. Mr. Harvie spent time meeting and interacting with staff at PMHC.
COVID-19 Update (July 30, 2021): Please be assured that the health and safety of PMHC employees and clients remains our top priority. Our executive management and operational leaders continue to monitor the advice of the Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization and other health agencies in Bucks County and in Pennsylvania.
So as to comply with the most current guidance offered by the CDC, we will continue our policy of expecting all employees, guests, visitors, clients, etc. to wear masks or face coverings while inside all of our buildings. While in our buildings everyone must adhere to social distancing of at least 3 feet.
Our buildings are not yet operating at 100% capacity, so we continue to offer a combination of on-site and virtual services at Main Center, 919 Durham Road and Cabot Boulevard.
As of June 1st, intake assessments are conducted on-site by walk-in appointment and virtually, through a telehealth platform. Please call 215-752-1541 ext. 1741 to hear options for obtaining an Intake Assessment at PMHC.
Though PMHC is now conducting therapy sessions and medication visits on-site, we are still utilizing the option for clients to obtain treatment through telehealth. Clients and families should consult with their prescriber and/or therapist to determine the best course of treatment going forward. All non-essential face-to-face treatment can still be provided by telephone or by computer; this includes individual therapy and medication appointments.
The Acute Partial Hospital program, the Transitional Outpatient Program (TOP) and all Outpatient Group therapy are being provided on-site, though sometimes with limited participants, so as to adhere to the updated social distancing standards. All are accepting referrals from new patients.
The following outreach services will continue to operate through a combination of community-based, face-to-face and virtual/telehealth sessions and visits.
The Assertive Community Treatment Team and the Forensic (FSP) Community Treatment Team continue to operate in the community.
Our Cares Cupboard Food Pantry is open to all residents of Bucks County.
Crisis services continue to be available 24/7 by calling Lenape Valley Crisis Center at 1-800-499-7455.
As we have seen in the past year, new cases of the COVID-19 virus can often surge when we least expect it. Please be assured that the health and safety of PMHC employees and clients remains our top priority and therefore, it may be necessary to modify our services, office hours, etc. Please continue to check back for updates.
Thank you United Way for your generous PPE donations!!