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Pennsylvania First Episode Psychosis Employment Opportunities

PA FEP Current Openings

First Episode Psychosis (FEP) care in Pennsylvania is exciting and dynamic work! If you are interested in joining one of our PA FEP teams, please check out our open positions below:


CHOP FEP – Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

4601 Market Street, Suite 3000

Philadelphia, PA 19139


HOPE – Children’s Service Center 

840 Main Street

Honesdale, PA 18431


On My Way, Bucks County – Child and Family Focus, Inc. 

1111 Street Road, Suite 103

Southampton, PA 18966


On My Way, Chester County – Child and Family Focus, Inc.  

11 Davis Road, Suite 335

Phoenixville, PA 19460


On My Way, Lehigh / Northampton Counties – Child and Family Focus, Inc.  

2015 Hamilton Street

Allentown, PA 18104

      • Case Manager
        • Includes Supported Employment and Education Specialist duties
        • Email Director Dan Fisher or Clinical Supervisor Nick Caranci for additional information


PEACE – Horizon House

520 N Delaware Ave, Suite #303

Philadelphia, PA 19123


STEP – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

3501 Forbes Avenue, Floor 3, Office 308

Pittsburgh, PA 15213


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Current Internship and Training Programs

Penn Psychosis Evaluation and Recovery Center (PERC)


Becoming a Certified Peer Specialist

“The Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) is credential for individuals with personal, lived experience in their own recovery. Peer support services are an important component in recovery-oriented systems of care. By offering insight into the recovery process based on their own experience, peer specialists are able to provide a unique perspective to those with similar experiences.”


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As a CPS, an individual accepts and agrees that their experience as a person in recovery will be known by their colleagues, persons served, and others with whom they may share that they have achieved this credential. The role of the CPS reflects a collaborative and strength-based approach. Services provided by the CPS are a critical component of the continuum of care services that will substantially improve an individual’s ability to sustain recovery and wellness. The Certified Peer Specialist credential is for persons with serious mental health or cooccurring (mental health & substance use disorder) lived experience.”

LEARN MORE: Becoming a Certified Peer Specialist

Resources for becoming a CPS:

Pennsylvania Peer Support Coalition