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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.

If you are in a Crisis situation Call 1-800-499-7455  to speak to a trained crisis worker - Anytime - Day or Night
Other Crisis Numbers.

Central & Upper Bucks 215-345-2273
Lower Bucks 215-785-9765

#HoldOnYouMatter
Bucks County Suicide Prevention Task Force Presents "Walk to Make a Difference"
Sunday, April 30, 2017
Bucks County Technical High School, Fairless Hills
Check-In/Registration: 9 am
Walk Begins: 10 am

More information on Walk to Make a Difference

Comcast Newsmakers:

Dawn Seader - Walk to Make a Difference
#HoldOnYouMatter
Sunday, April 30, 2017 - Bucks County Technical High School 
Anthony Devlin - Neshaminy School District
Importance of Mental Health Awareness in School Setting and Walk to Make a Difference
Bringing School Districts Together for Awareness
Commissioner Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW
Community Coming Together to Prevent Suicide
Walk to Make a Difference
Suicide Task Force 
Wendy Flanigan, MH/DP
Training the Community to Recognize and Respond to Suicide - QPR Training
Suicide Task Force
Maria Picciotti, Family Services Association
Recognizing the Need to Talk About It
Whether problems seem big or small
24/7 National Crisis Hotline
CONTACT Helpline 8 am - 8 pm 
Sharon Curran - Lenape Valley Foundation
Crisis Hotlines for Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol issues...Completely anonymous. 
Separate Crisis Lines for Police Officers, and for other First Responders
State Representative Frank Farry
Where do first responders go for help? Reduce Stigma, Increase Awareness, Have Resources in Place to Help.
First Responders Crisis Hotline, Police Personnel Crisis Hotline - Does not need to be Job Related. 


Mental Health Program

Services are provided at a variety of agencies located throughout the County. Services include: Crisis Services, Outpatient Therapy, Partial Hospitalization, Community Treatment Teams, Administrative Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Resource Coordination. Housing services include: Adult Respite, Intensive, Maximum and Moderate Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR), and Supported Living. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services include: Clubhouse, Psycho-Social Programs and Consumer Run Drop In Centers. Vocational and Employment services are also available. Children's services include: Outpatient Therapy, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Case Management, Family Based Mental Health Services, School Based services, Student Assistance Program, and the L.I.F.E. program which provides parent advocacy, education and information and referral services.

Developmental Programs
Services include: Case Management/Service Coordination, Family Driven Support Services, Information and Referral and Consultation and Education. Residential Services include: Home Based, Family Living, Supported Living and Community Living Arrangements (CLA). The Program also administers Vocational Services, Competitive Employment, Vocational Rehabilitation and Adult Training. In addition, the Program administers Early Intervention Services. Early Intervention (EI) is an entitlement service designed to meet the developmental needs of eligible children and their families. Children are eligible for EI throughout the County if they are between the ages of birth and three years; and have a delay of 25% or greater in any one of the following five developmental areas: cognitive, communication, physical, social emotional or adaptive, or have a diagnosed physical or mental condition which has a high probability of resulting in developmental delay.

Bucks County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Task Force 

To obtain Mental Health or Early Intervention services, contact the agency closest to you; For Developmental Programs information and intake contact the Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs at 215-444-2800. 

Bucks County Life Program - Bucks County Now is the Time:Healthy Transitions Partnership
The purpose for the Healthy Transitions Partnership is to develop and coordinate services and support for youth and young adults(16 – 25 years old) with, or at risk, of serious mental illness.

Bucks County Mental Health/Developmental Programs
600 Louis Drive
Suite 101
Warminster, PA 18974
215-444-2800

Penn Foundation

Mental Health and Developmental Programs
807 Lawn Avenue
P.O. Box 32
Sellersville, PA 18960
Tel: (215) 257-6551 (MH)
Tel: (215) 257-1183 (MR)

Early Intervention
519 S5th St
Suite 100
Perkasie, PA 18944
Tel: (267) 517-3650 (EI)

Lenape Valley Foundation

Mental Health and Developmental Programs
500 North West Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
Tel: (215) 345-5300

Early Intervention
Tel: (267) 893-5400

Penndel Mental Health

Mental Health
1517 Durham Road
Penndel, PA 19047
Tel: (215) 752-1541

Developmental Programs
300 Cabot Blvd West
Suite 100
Langhorne, PA  19047
Tel: (267) 587-2300

Northwestern Human Services of Bucks County

Early Intervention
2260 Cabot Blvd West
Suite 100
Langhorne, PA 19047
Tel: (215) 752-5760

If you are on Medical Assistance, some Mental Health, Alcohol and other Drug Services are authorized and paid for by:

Magellan Behavioral Health of PA, Inc.
Call 1-877-769-9785
For Information and Authorization

For more information about all mental health and substance abuse disorder services in Bucks County, please go to Bucks County Network of Care.

Mental Health/Developmental Programs
Donna D. Duffy-Bell, MA, CPRP, CCDP-D
Administrator: Mental Health/Developmental Programs
600 Louis Drive Suite 101
Warminster, PA 18974
Phone: 215-444-2800