Allied Services Behavioral Health Division

Behavioral Health Services

Allied Services Behavioral Health Division began operations in 1979, with the opening of “Harbor House” Program, a thirty bed Community Residential Rehabilitation Facility (CRR), which provides a wide range of supports and skills training to individuals with mental illness. The Division’s Supported Living Program began in 1990, and currently provides housing supports to over one hundred and twenty people in Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties.

Programs & Services

The Behavioral Health program helps individuals become re-acquainted with social, economic, cultural, and recreational resources in the community to more easily attain independent lifestyles. Allied Services offers several distinct programs:

  • Community Residential Rehabilitation Program
    Residents run the 10-bed facility household, with 24-hour awake staff supervision. The rehabilitation program supports full independence. Participation in a day program required.
    Location: Jermyn, PA
  • Intensive Supportive Living Program
    Residents run the 8-bed facility household, it has apartment-style living with 16- to 24-hour awake staff supervision. Rehabilitation plans are available. Participation in a day program required.
    Location: Scranton, PA
  • Community Residential Rehabilitation Program
    With thirty beds including two respite beds. Personal care includes 24-hour awake staff supervision, hygiene, transportation, activities, housekeeping, meals, and more. Community residential rehabilitation services include cooking, cleaning, hygiene, budgeting, medications, shopping, and more.
    Location: Harbor House, Dickson City, PA
  • Community Residential Rehabilitation
    Residents run the 10-bed facility household, with 24-hour awake staff supervision. The rehabilitation program supports full independence. Participation in a day program required.
    Location: Pottsville, PA

Serving the Larger Scranton Area

The Behavioral Health Division is made up of over 400 consumers in 5 counties. Extensive annual licensing surveys are conducted. The Behavioral Division was recently surveyed by the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, (OMHSAS), and is in excellent standing, having completed its 2010-11 licensing cycles.

All programs provided in Lackawanna, Susquehanna, Bradford, Sullivan, and Schuylkill counties utilize the principles of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Services are provided in a community-based location determined by the consumer. Available services range from assistance finding housing to skill building within the home and/or community.

Eligibility Requirements

Any adult from Lackawanna, Susquehanna, Bradford, Sullivan, and Schuylkill counties who has a diagnosis of mental illness is eligible for services provided by the Behavioral Health Division.

All referrals must be processed through the appropriate County Operated Case Management System. Referrals are also made directly from the individuals themselves, families, therapists, physicians, and mental health agencies.

For more information on our Behavioral Health Division call 570-346-9558.