Community Support Program
The Community Support Program (CSP) is a coalition of individuals who receive mental health services, their family members, mental health providers and interested community members along with the Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs and other County Behavioral Health Partners in an equal partnership to promote recovery and excellence in the delivery of community based mental health services.
At monthly meetings individuals come together to exchange information /formulate ideas about how all parts of the local community can coordinate assets to offer the most needed services and supports to people who experience mental health challenges and to identify opportunities where people in recovery can contribute in building a better community.
There are three meetings in Bucks County based in the three different geographic regions: Lower, Central and Upper Bucks.
CSP meetings occur monthly with each committee developing its own subcommittees based on topics which are of interest to the individuals attending that particular meeting. Subcommittees, sometimes also called “workgroups” are the place where issues of greatest interest and concern are addressed in more detail.
Lower Bucks CSP Meetings
2nd Thursday Every Month
Full Committee Meeting: 3pm-5pm
Subcommittees Meet: 2PM-3PM
Penndel Mental Health Center Community Room
1517 Durham Rd, Penndel PA 19047
Nancy Scheible at 267-587-2300 x1104
Central Bucks CSP Meetings
1st Wednesday Every Month
Full Committee Meeting: 11:00am-12:30pm
Subcommittee Meetings: 10:00am-11:00am
Lenape Valley Foundation – Downstairs Conference Room
500 North West Street, Doylestown PA 18901
Phil Braun at 215-893-5282
Upper Bucks CSP Meetings
2nd Friday every month
Full Committee Meeting: 10:30 – 12pm
Subcommittee Meetings 9:30am – 10:30am
Penn Foundation, Main Building – Univest Conference Room
807 Lawn Ave, Sellersville PA 18960
A.J. Derro at 267-342-2812
The above information is provided by NAMI based on information from www.cspbucks.org.