Resources

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Bucks County Mental Health Base Service Units

Bucks County Resources

Voice and Vision

Conducts face-to-face interviews, focus groups, telephone surveys and mailed surveys for adults and children in order to improve people’s quality of life and the quality of services in the county. Voice and Vision takes stories of hope and resiliency into the community at various businesses, healthcare facilities, clubs, schools and organizations.   College Plus  Helping people who have a diagnosis of mental illness go to and be successful in college through a peer support approach.   Peer Support – Peer Companionship initiative at Norristown State Hospital, peer support networking within Voice and Vision for successful employment, outreach to people not connected in services.

Voice and Vision, Inc
600 Louis Dr. Suite, 106
Warminster,  PA   18974
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Phone:
1-800-734-5665

E-Mail:
mailbox@voiceandvisioninc.org

Bucks County Websites & Department Numbers

The Bucks County websites have a lot of helpful information including information about social service departments in Bucks County.  We have also provided some of the numbers (below) of the primary departments in Bucks County.

  • www.bucks.pa.networkofcare.org a website that provides much information and many links to local, regional and statewide information.
  • www.buckscounty.org – follow link “Government” > “Departments”
  • Area Agency on Aging: 215-348-0510
  • Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-800-243-3767
  • Children and Youth Social Services Agency: 215-348-6900
  • 24 Hour Child Abuse Reporting Hotline: 1-800-932-0313
  • United Way of Bucks County: 215-949-1660 ext. 15 | www.uwbucks.org

Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs

The Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs is responsible for the administration of services to Bucks County residents with a mental illness, intellectual disability, or developmental delay/disability and their families. The purpose of services is to support individuals to live in the community and to actively participate in community life – view services.

Bucks County Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence

Mission is to reduce the impact of addiction through prevention, consultation, education, advocacy, assessment, intervention and treatment services.

Now is the Time Healthy Transitions

Mental Health Support for Youth & Young Adults in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

PRO-ACT

Pennsylvania Recovery Organization – Achieving Community Together

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Information recovery support line

  • Hotline: 1-800-221-6333

LIFE

Living In Family Environments – Information and resources, children and adolescent family support, and case management.

Behavioral Health Managed Care Organization:

For people in Bucks County who have the access card.  Drug and alcohol and mental health services.

  • Magellan Behavioral Health: 1-877-769-9784 | TDD: 1-877-769-9785

Digital Resources For Students

NAMI Bucks has created a page of resources, mainly digital – apps and websites – for use by youth, students, parents, and teachers.  These will be provided at Ending the Silence presentations, and have been made available for you here.

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