If you need immediate assistance call 1-877-236-4600 or 610-236-0530

Resources

Service, Access & Management Inc. (SAM Inc)

SAM Inc. is a not- for profit mental health case management and crisis intervention/emergency services provider in Berks County. We offer 24 hour telephone and community based crisis intervention services to those in need.  This is a free service to anyone in Berks County. Click on the link below to lear more about Service, Access & Management Inc.

1-877-236-4600 or 610-236-0530

Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance (GRMHA)

The Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance serves the Berks County community by offering a host of services to those who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. Some services include advocacy, educational and support groups as well as peer support services. Please click on the link below to learn more!

The Trevor Project

Is a site for crisis and suicide prevention for the LGBTQ population. The Trevor project offers chat, text and telephone services.

PA211

PA211 is a statewide collaborative for health and human service information for Pennsylvanians. This easy-to-remember 2-1-1 phone number will link PA residents with human services throughout Pennsylvania.

RUOK Berks?

Feeling hopeless or depressed? You’re not alone. We’re here to help you! Text ruOK to 484-816-7865

The Top Mental Health Challenges Facing Students

The purpose of this guide is to help identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues for college students — and where and when to seek help.

Suicide as a Public Health Problem

On June 9th 2017 Community Care Behavioral Health and the Berks County MH/DD/HealthChoices Program hosted Let’s Talk About It ruOK that concentrated on education and collaboration around suicide and suicide prevention. Dr. Matthew Wintersteen Matthew B. Wintersteen, PhD Thomas Jefferson University, Department of Psychiatry & Human Behavior served as the Keynote speaker