Emotional Support Resources - Lancaster, PA
New Story Schools prides itself on being part of the vast and vibrant special education community in the areas we serve. However, we know that for most families, the need for services and support rarely ends with the school day. Luckily, most areas offer a lot of additional services for emotional support.
For our families in Lancaster, Pennsylvania here are just a few ideas of other resources.
Emotional Support Resources:
Mental Health Administration offers mental health services for children and adults and management services for children with emotional disturbances. Learn more here: https://www.lancastercountybhds.org/151/Mental-Health-Services
Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health also offers mental health services. “Our comprehensive Behavioral Health services includes a dedicated specialty practice, hospital-based care, and licensed clinical counselors at primary and specialty care locations. We are also in partnership with Lancaster Behavioral Health Hospital.” Learn more here: https://www.lancastergeneralhealth.org/services-and-treatments/community-health/community-programs/mental-health
Prevent Suicide PA is an organization that offers resources, training, and sponsors events to raise awareness for suicide prevention. Their goal is to show the value of every human life and to offer hope and healing to all who need it. Learn more here: https://www.preventsuicidepa.org/
Providence Behavioral Health works with hospitals, doctors, schools, and more to help provide services that help to cater to the whole being. This includes developmental, medical, cognitive, academic, social, and spiritual health. Learn more here: http://www.providencebehavioral.com/
Step-Off on the Right Foot 1 Mile Walk and Metal Wellness Resource Fair – Saturday, Oct. 2, 11am-2pm at Shadyside Park. Learn more about the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/step-off-on-the-right-foot-1-mile-walk-mental-wellness-resource-fair-tickets-167329443871?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
12th Annual Mental Health Awareness Walk 2021 – Saturday, Oct. 9 at 8am. Located at West York Area Middle School. Learn more about the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/12-th-annual-mental-health-awareness-walk-tickets-160215913109?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Please note that New Story Schools is not affiliated with, nor do we endorse, these services, but simply provide this as a research resource.
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