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Pennsylvania First Episode Psychosis (FEP) Centers

3440 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
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Allentown-ON MY WAY

2015 Hamilton Street, Allentown, PA 18104, USA
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Broomall-ON MY WAY

Suite #208 450 Parkway Drive, Broomall, PA 19008, USA
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About This Center

On My Way seeks to improve the quality of life of young people by providing hope through empowerment to guide their own recovery, educating them about their psychosis, re-establishing and strengthening relationships, and re-integrating them back into the community whether it’s attending school or working. On My Way, Lehigh County is part of Child and Family Focus and serves young people age 15-30 that reside in Lehigh County and who have been experiencing symptoms of psychosis for up to 18 months. Services and treatment are offered for up to 2 years.

Danville-C2E

507 East Market Street, Danville, PA 17821, USA
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Connect 2 Empower is a recovery-oriented, coordinated specialty care (CSC) program. Services are team-based and collaborative, emphasizing shared decision making as a means to address the unique needs, preferences, and life goals of young people who have experienced early psychosis. C2E serves young people ages 16—30 who reside in Columbia, Montour, Snyder, or Union counties & who have experienced psychosis for the first time within the past 24 months.
570-275-4962 |  https://cmsu.org

Erie-SAFE HARBOR

Early Onset Recovery Program (EORP) 1330 West 26th Street, Erie, PA 16508, USA
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About This Center

The EORP at Safe Harbor is for people, ages 15 to 35, who have recently started having psychosis symptoms. EORP provides many services for people with psychosis and their loved ones, such as psychotherapy, education and work support, family education and support, case management, and medication management. The goals of this client-centered and team-delivered program are to improve psychosis symptoms and increase overall functioning.
814-459-9300 |  http://www.shbh.org

Harrisburg-CAPSTONE

401 Division Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110, USA
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CAPSTONE is a program designed to provide comprehensive treatment and support for young adults ages 16-30 experiencing early psychosis. CAPSTONE is the collaborative effort of three (3) agencies: Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute (PPI), CMU (Case Management Unit) and YWCA of Greater Harrisburg. CAPSTONE is a team approach offering clinical assessment, peer support, treatment, and on-going supported employment and education to the individual and their family.

Honesdale-HOPE

840 Main Street, Honesdale, PA 18431, USA
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About This Center

HOPE is an early intervention Program for individuals between the ages of 15-25 who are experiencing early signs of psychosis or their first episode of psychosis within 12 months. Treatment is provided by a specialty coordinated care team. Treatment focuses on shared decision making, recovery, resiliency and achieving aspirations. The model of the program is evidenced based which indicates early intervention reflects positive outcomes.

Philadelphia-PEACE

Suite #303 520 North Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19123, USA
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The PEACE program is designed to help people in the early stages of psychosis learn how to manage their symptoms and meet their life’s goals. PEACE provides multidisciplinary evidence based services to individuals aged 15 and older, with Medicaid or who are Medicaid eligible and who have been experiencing psychosis for the first time within the last 12 months. With the right tools and supports, individuals can learn to feel better, manage personal challenges, connect with peers, and move toward success in all areas of their lives, including work, school and relationships.
215-387-3223 |  https://hhinc.org/peace

Philadelphia-PERC

10th Floor, Gates Pavilion, 3400 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
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PERC's multi-disciplinary program offers consultations on diagnosis, treatment, support and skill development for adolescents and young adults (ages 14-34 years) who exhibit warning signs of emerging psychosis or early psychosis, and their families.

Pittsburgh-STEP

Floor 3, 3501 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA
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About This Center

STEP is an outpatient clinical program for the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of people who may be experiencing early symptoms and signs of psychotic illness in a recovery-oriented setting. STEP is part of the Comprehensive Recovery Services (CRS) division of UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital. STEP provides evaluation and treatment services for individuals, ages 14 to 40, who are having psychotic symptoms or difficulties separating reality from unreal experiences or false beliefs.
Referral calls: 412-246-5599 Front desk: 412-246-5670 |  https://upmc.com/stepclinic

State College-InSight

1526 Martin Street, State College, PA 16803, USA
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InSight's objective is to do more than just provide evidence-based treatment for someone who has experienced psychosis for the first time. This intervention hopes to prevent worsening of symptoms, prevent future episodes of psychosis, build one's skillset and travel alongside them on their journey towards recovery so they can achieve the life that they desire.

Stroudsburg-HOPE

912 Main Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360, USA
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About This Center

Hope is an early intervention Program for individuals between the ages of 15-25 who are experiencing early signs of psychosis or their first episode of psychosis within 12 months. Treatment is provided by a specialty coordinated care team. Treatment focuses on shared decision making, recovery, resiliency and achieving aspirations. The model of the program is evidenced based which indicates early intervention reflects positive outcomes.

Valley Forge-ON MY WAY

Valley Forge Office Colony; 2 Suite 300 & 320 11 Davis Road, Valley Forge, PA, USA
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On My Way, Chester County is part of Child and Family Focus which provides a continuum of mental health and supportive services that enhance the quality of life and relational well-being of youth and their families. On My Way serves young people age 15-30 that reside in Delaware County and who have been experiencing symptoms of psychosis for up to 18 months. Services and treatment are offered for up to 2 years.

Wilkes-Barre-HOPE

335 South Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702, USA
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About This Center

Hope is an early intervention Program for individuals between the ages of 15-25 who are experiencing early signs of psychosis or their first episode of psychosis within 12 months. Treatment is provided by a specialty coordinated care team. Treatment focuses on shared decision making, recovery, resiliency and achieving aspirations. The model of the program is evidenced based which indicates early intervention reflects positive outcomes.
570-825-6425 |  http://cscwv.org/csc

Wilkinsburg-ENGAGE

221 Penn Avenue, Wilkinsburg, PA 15221, USA
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ENGAGE is a First Episode Psychosis team working with youth 15-30 in Allegheny County who have been experiencing psychosis in the last 18 months. ENGAGE works with individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder, drug-induced psychosis, or those who have not yet been diagnosed. They work to provide personalized treatment and attention to maintain our client’s independence, enhance their quality of life in social and employment settings, and provide support for families.