Services: provides treatment to males, ages ten to eighteen years, who demonstrate mental health, behavioral, and/or legal problems. The intake process includes a review of all referral material, communication with the referral agency, and an interview with the prospective client and his parents.
Services: a program for children, youth and their families whose special needs can be met in a family setting. Providing 24-hour awake supervision, direct care staff are trained to nurture and encourage while at the same time setting appropriate limits. The group home setting is ideal for children who have not been successful responding to treatment provided in their home or school, and who require the structure and supervision of an out-of-home placement.
Services: community alternative to an inpatient mental health hospitalization. The Crisis Residential Unit is a voluntary program for adults who are experiencing a mental health emergency. Adults can stay up to 5 days.
2610 German Street
Erie, PA 16504
Services: For those who meet criteria for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, Gage House offers Short-Term (21-30 days) and Long-Term (31-90 days) care for drugs and alcohol disorders.
Services: provides a highly recovery-focused mental health treatment program. People in this program are transitioning from an inpatient mental health stay back into the community. Treatment focuses on developing social skills and increasing mental and physical health stability.
Services: provides 24-hr, supervised care for up to 30 days, in a safe and supportive setting as an alternative to inpatient mental health hospitalization or as a step-down from inpatient care.
Services: residential treatment services (RTF) for children ages 5-18 experiencing significant psychiatric and/or trauma-related issues