Programs & Services


Adolescent and Adult Competitive Employment and Socialization (AACES)

Adolescent and Adult Competitive Employment and Socialization (AACES) is a group of programs designed to increase independence and decrease isolation among young people with disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder. We can help you: Transition into adulthood Develop and practice effective social skills Build relationships with peers in a welcoming environment Find and maintain employment Gain…

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Benefits Navigation for Older Adults

You may be one of the 20,000 to 25,000 low-income older adults in Bucks County who are eligible for but not enrolled in these publicly funded benefits. If your 2018 gross monthly income, not including all earned income, is lower than $2,157 (single) or $2,855 (couple), you may be eligible for benefits. Enrollment improves economic…

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Blended Case Management

Our Supportive Case Management Outreach Team (SCOT) provides blended case management to assist people with achieving their recovery goals. As a participant in our program, we help you manage your psychiatric symptoms and reduce your substance use so that you can meet your daily needs and enjoy a higher quality of life in your community….

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Bucks County Health Connections

The purpose of Bucks County Health Connections is to integrate physical and behavioral healthcare by promoting healthy lifestyles, identifying and educating consumers with complex medical issues such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, etc. Our Team We currently have three nurses working as Nurse Navigators within this program. We also have Certified Peer Specialists…

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Bucks Villa

Bucks Villa is an independent living facility for people who are HIV positive or living with AIDS. The residence is managed by Family Service Association of Bucks County. Residents are single men and women eighteen years of age and older, all of whom are living with a disability documented by the Social Security Administration. All…

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Care Coordination for Opioid Use Disorders

Our Care Coordination program was developed in response to the growing opioid abuse epidemic. We believe in recovery and will help you get your life back on track. Our Care Coordinators are community based and can meet you at your location of choice. Our team consists of Counselors, Recovery Specialists, Recovery Coaches and a Nurse…

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Case Management at Bucks County Housing Authority Senior Housing

We provide information and referrals for low-to-moderate income older and disabled residents of the Bucks County Housing Authority (BCHA) managed housing sites. Our program is a partnership between BCHA and Family Service to meet the growing needs of older and disabled adults at high risk of losing their independence. If you need subsidized housing, you can apply at…

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment that combines the basic strategies of behavior therapy with mindfulness practice. We can teach you to tolerate distress, regulate and manage intense emotions skillfully, and improve your relationships with others—all while building a life worth living. Developed by Marsha Linehan, DBT focuses on the dialectic of accepting…

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DUI Program

Our Driving Under the Influence (DUI) program is designed to provide the necessary services required after receiving a DUI offense. This can be a difficult time for you and your family members, employers and friends. We will support you by providing education and information to help you navigate this process. Program Components Evaluation The Court…

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Guardianship for Adults

Sometimes formerly capable adults are no longer able to receive and evaluate information effectively, and their ability to communicate decisions is impaired. As a result, they are unable make informed decisions about their health or finances and can no longer manage their basic needs, leaving them at risk. Such adults are considered to be incapacitated….

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HIV/AIDS Program

The HIV/AIDS Program offers a variety of services. We serve men, women, seniors, young adults and people of all cultural backgrounds regardless of income. We believe that: Everyone should know their status. If HIV positive, the sooner you are connected to medical care, the better your chances of living a longer and healthier life. We…

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Homeless Services

Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter The Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter is a temporary residence for individuals and families who have lost safe and stable housing. The shelter operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It serves as a temporary home to approximately 75 people at any given time. Typically, about one third of the residents…

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Intensive Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Program

Welcome to a new type of Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). We provide individualized, strengths-based trauma informed treatment to meet the varied needs of people striving towards recovery. We integrate traditional IOP components with co-occurring and trauma therapy while also considering basic needs to improve quality of life. Program Components Clients are required to attend a…

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LINKS Family Reunification

Our LINKS Family Reunification program assists and supports birth parents in addressing goals outlined by Bucks County Children & Youth Social Services Agency in working toward reunification with their children. As our staff work to reunite families, we also connect parents with other community resources that will support them in preventing re-placement of their children…

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Nurturing Parenting

Nurturing Parenting provides in-home parent education and case management services designed to build nurturing skills as alternatives to negative parenting attitudes and practices. Trained Facilitators use evidence-based assessment tools and curriculum materials to identify “high risk” parenting practices and beliefs that could potentially put a child at risk. Facilitators customize the curriculum to build on…

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Outpatient Counseling

We provide individual, couples and family counseling for people of all ages. Since we believe you should have a say in the decisions made about your care, we will work together to build on your strengths, helping you feel confident in your ability to manage your life. Different problems require different solutions. Therapy is about growth, reaching one’s potential,…

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Parent Support Group

Our Parent Support Group meets weekly to help you make positive changes in your parenting. The support group is a place to come together with other parents to share feelings about and get advice on being a good parent. You’ll exchange creative parenting practices based on your own personal experiences and develop a lasting network…

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Parenting Together

Co-parenting classes are for parents experiencing problems with communication. They are designed to help parents work together effectively to promote the best interests of their child(ren) following separation, divorce or other conflicts. Classes are not specifically intended for couples. Parents, partners, grandparents, foster parents, and any other individuals who co-parent with another to provide direct…

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Parents As Teachers

Parents as Teachers, an Early Childhood Service, assists families who are pregnant or who have children ages six and under. We promote positive parenting, enhance child health and development, prevent child abuse and prepare children for kindergarten. All of our services are free of charge. Services are for parents, foster/kinship parents, grandparents, and anyone else caring for children…

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Peer Support Whole Health Groups

All participants in our Peer Support Whole Health Groups work on a different health goal each week. These groups are designed to create weekly action plans to help you accomplish a goal that is crucial to your overall success. The groups focus on peer accountability and support. Our Peer Support Whole Health Groups are based…

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School-Based Counseling

Some children experience significant emotional or behavioral difficulties in the school. School-based services enable our clinicians, your child’s teachers, and other support staff to communicate directly and effectively coordinate care. We work closely with your child’s school to maximize the benefits from counseling. Many families have difficulties attending a traditional outpatient clinic. This service enables children to receive counseling directly…

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Suicide Prevention

CONTACT Helpline (215-355-6000) The CONTACT Helpline provides free, anonymous and confidential telephone services to individuals who are contemplating suicide, struggling with life’s challenges or in need of someone to listen. CONTACT Helpline staff and volunteers are specially trained in active listening skills and strategies for supporting people under emotional stress. Service Areas Helpline services are available to residents…

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Teen Center

Being a teenager comes with lots of challenges. We can help. The Teen Center is a confidential place where you can vent about your problems and get support from caring professionals and others who are going through similar struggles. All teens ages 14-19 are welcome. Our Staff Our staff is experienced and trained in working with teens…

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Tobacco Awareness Program

All too often, people with mental illnesses develop other health conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes, because their general health is affected by their illness and medications. Our nurses work with clients to determine ways to improve diet, reduce smoking, and include exercise in their lives in order to improve their physical well-being. Smoking rates of those with…

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Want to speak with us?

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

Need to talk?: 215-355-6000

Housing Link: 1-800-810-4434