Mental Health Resources

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”

 -Martin Luther King, Jr

Recently, TLC’s café focused on faith and mental health, with an interest in learning how to reduce the stigma.  As a result, we developed this page to offer various resources to parishioners and the community.  It can be daunting and overwhelming to navigate the mental health system.   
 

Getting services for yourself, family members or a friend begins with a phone call. If you or someone you know needs support, has concerns about their mental health or is struggling emotionally, please use these resources to connect with a concerned professional who can listen and guide you through the process.

RESOURCES:

Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health
610-713-2365
Delcohsa.org

Crisis Team (24/7)

855-889-7827

Telehealth Helpline

855-464-9342

National Suicide Hotline (24/7)

800-273-8255

Key Recovery Center

484-490-1060

Domestic Abuse Project

610-565-4590

BOOKS

Recommended books for mental health.

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WEBSITES:

Alcoholics Anonymous: aa.org
Drug and Alcohol Support groups for teens: teen-anon.com
For friends and family of someone with a drinking problem: al-anon.org
Gamblers Anonymous: recovery.org/support-groups/gamblers-anonymous/
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: ncadv.org
National Domestic Violence Hotline: thehotline.org

 

 

 

LOCAL COUNSELING:

ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) services: elevatedkids.com   

Sports Psychology: greenepsych.com

Couples Therapy: abetterlifetherapy.com

Evidence-based Private Practice: www.thrivingfamiliescenter.com

Specialize in anxiety and OCD: www.centerforhopeandhealth.com

Child Guidance: www.cgrc.org

Springfield Psychological Associates: www.springpsych.com

APPS:

Buddhify
Calm
SOS app
(to track loved ones)
Lifeline360 (to track loved ones)
Balance