What to expect. Client services are generally family-focused and goal-oriented. It typically begins with a family-involved comprehensive needs assessment that results in a tailored service plan with a focus on the strengths of the client and family.
Are there fees? Law Enforcement Health Benefits Program (LEHB) Our LEHB program offers Outpatient Counseling services for Philadelphia Law Enforcement Officers, their spouses, and dependents. LEHB program services are provided to any youth, adolescent, teen or adult struggling with behavioral/mental health concerns through individual, family, couples, or group counseling sessions. Counseling services are offered at the LEHB Health & Wellness Center on Roosevelt Blvd, Northeast Philadelphia. Individuals interested in services through our LEHB program must have Highmark Blue Cross/ Blue Shield LEHB Insurance or Penn Behavioral Health EAP insurance.
Many programs are publicly subsidized with flexible eligibility criteria. Applicable fees may be greatly reduced through health insurance coverage and CORA’s adjustable fee schedule.
CORA’s Clinical Division offers a range of services to assist children, youth & families experiencing emotional, behavioral or situational difficulties.
What are the eligibility requirements? Many services are funded through City of Philadelphia contracts and are thus limited to County of Philadelphia residents.
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To inquire about or make a referral for services, please contact 215-342-7660 x2450 or email our LEHB referral line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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CORA offers: o I ndividual, Family and Group Counseling o Case Management o Assessment o Behavioral Intervention o Referral Assistance
The Family Advocate Program
Substance Use Intervention & Treatment
CORA Family Advocate program is a shortterm fully-funded program that provides counseling services to clients and families (with our without insurance) free of charge. We serve children and youth undergoing behavioral challenges and experiencing difficulty with adjusting to recent changes in the routine. We also provide counseling services to children and families struggling with a divorce, separation and other parenting concerns.
CORA Services provides PA licensed, outpatient substance use treatment for both adults and adolescents. Services available to clients includes individualized assessment, recovery planning, individual and group therapy as needed. CORA also provides counseling for adolescents who are experimenting with or exposed to substances through family or peer group, or are exhibiting at-risk behaviors that increases the likelihood of future substance use. Case Management and Peer Recovery support services are available for adolescents and adults seeking additional support outside of the counseling environment. Connect with us today by calling 215-701-2653.
Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) CORA’s IBHS program is a PA state licensed, CBH-funded behavioral health program that serves children from ages 3–21 in select Philadelphia public, charter, and private schools. Our IBHS program addresses the behavioral concerns of youth and teens related to their behavioral health diagnosis in the home, school, and community. We aim to provide support to youth and their families to meet each of their individual needs. Please contact our intake department to see if your child qualifies to receive services through our IBHS program! Services available to program clients includes:
Our qualified, caring, and compassionate staff include: Bachelor’s level case managers, master’s level counselors and therapists, behavior consultants, psychologists, psychiatrists, and licensed clinicians.
Behavioral health technician Behavioral consultant Mobile therapy Care coordination Family peer support services Group services Contact IBHS today at 215-701-2520
Intensive Prevention Services (IPS) “IPS” is a specialized after school and home visitation program offered to youth between the ages of 10–19 years of age who are having reoccurring behavioral problems at home, school, or in the community. Eligibility criteria include a history of running away, excessive school absences, three or more suspensions or expulsions, an arrest or any other significant behavioral concern in the past year. IPS includes group counseling, life skills, positive prosocial activities, & case management services in a supportive environment.
Mental Health Treatment Treatment services are available to individuals, couples and families through private insurance benefits. Individuals and families are often seeking counseling services for a variety of emotional and behavioral concerns including but not limited to anxiety and stress, behavioral challenges, parenting support, family and relationship dynamics, self-esteem and identity exploration, and adjusting/reacting to significant changes such as loss or trauma. In addition, psychiatry services are offered as needed for clients enrolled in treatment program.
Student Assistance Program (SAP) CORA provides consultation, assessment, and referral assistance to students in grades K-12 who are referred by school staff due to experiencing obstacles/barriers to learning. Behavioral health assessments are conducted to explore the nature and severity of suspected substance use and mental health concerns. Following assessment, CORA staff facilitate referrals for treatment/other services as appropriate. SAP Case Management services are available to ensure appropriate follow through with recommended services, as well as offer benefits assistance and community resource linkage.