Devereux is a leading nonprofit behavioral health organization that supports many of the most underserved and vulnerable members of our communities. Operating on a comprehensive national network of clinical, therapeutic, educational and employment programs and services that positively impact the lives of tens of thousands of individuals and families every year.
Maximizing potential through personal commitment, collective talents and innovation, Elwyn supports individuals with diverse challenges in shaping distinctive, meaningful lives.Through partnerships with families, communities and government, Elwyn will be the provider of choice for people with diverse challenges.
The City of Philadelphia has integrated its behavioral health care and intellectual disability services into one comprehensive system. DBHIDS components provide services through a network of agencies while collaborating with the Philadelphia School District, child welfare and judicial systems, and other stakeholders.
With the help of legislation and strong advocacy, airlines and airports are making it more accessible for travelers with disabilities. This is a fully accessible guide to help you navigate the airports, with tips and tricks to make flying with a disability an easier, more enjoyable process.
Children’s Crisis Treatment Center (CcTC) is a private non-profit agency dedicated to assisting children and their families coping with the impact of behavioral health issues, traumatic events and other challenges that have an effect on childhood development.
Early Intervention Service Coordination Program for Children Birth to Age Three With Developmental Delays and Disabilities. Under contract with the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (IdS), PHMC administers the ChildLink/Philadelphia County Program. ChildLink/Philadelphia County provides Service Coordinators who help children, from birth to age three who have developmental delays or disabilities, and their families living in Philadelphia obtain supports and services.
Currently, our mission is three-fold:
To give families who have a child with autism a sense of connection and belonging;
To provide information on resources & assistance available to families throughout the Delaware Valley;
To partner with other providers to expand the umbrella of aid and support for children & their families
The Autism Integrated Care Program completes more than 300 new autism spectrum disorder (ASD) evaluations each year. We also provide follow-up care to more than 3,000 children with ASD in our Primary and Specialty Care locations. Our extensive experience ensures your child will receive an accurate diagnosis and the best treatment plan.
We are here to promote lifelong access and opportunities for persons within the autism spectrum and their families, to be fully included, participating members of their communities through advocacy, public awareness, education and research related to autism.
One of the greatest challenges for autism researchers has been finding families to take part in research. autismMatch is designed to overcome this barrier by making it easy for families and researchers to find each other. As more and more children are given autism diagnoses each year and as more children become adults, it becomes increasingly important to understand autism spectrum disorders and to find ways to help. autismMatch will speed up the research process by quickly connecting researchers with families who can contribute their time, knowledge, and experience.
Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), a nonprofit public health institute that creates and sustains healthier communities, acquired The Center for Autism on February 4, 2020.
The Center for Autism is an equal opportunity employer & service provider.
The organization is a licensed outpatient clinic under the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. Sitemap.