Care Coordination for Opioid Use Disorders

Center of Excellence


Center of Excellence

Governor Tom Wolf’s Administration implemented Centers of Excellence to fight the opioid epidemic by providing support for people with opioid use disorders. Family Service was appointed as one of those Centers of Excellence. The goal of the Center is to treat the entire person through a team-based approach by integrating behavioral health and primary care, and when appropriate, evidence-based medication assisted treatment.

Who We Are

Family Service is a licensed provider for both substance use and mental health treatment. We are considered a Co-occurring Enhanced Treatment provider for Outpatient Therapy.

We recognize the prevalence of addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders, along with co-existing trauma, physical health concerns and socioeconomic stressors, all of which contribute to ongoing substance abuse. We provide integrated treatment and community based services to meet the needs of our clients.

Our Services

Our team of Care Coordinators:

  • Engage those with active opioid use disorders, assess their needs and assist them with navigating the system
  • Access supports and resources most needed
  • Work with other behavioral health and physical health providers
  • Work with peer, housing, forensic, vocational and other system supports
  • Are community-based and work flexible hours so coverage is ensured both day and evening

Our Team

Services are provided with a recovery-oriented team approach.

Our team members include:

  • Care Coordinators
  • Care Coordinator Supervisor
  • Registered Nurse
  • Certified Recovery Specialists

Getting Started

To learn more about this program or to begin services, call 215.757.6916, ext. 150.

Insurance & Payments

We are a Medicaid provider.

Confidentiality

Services are strictly confidential and adhere to Pennsylvania Drug and Alcohol and Mental Health licensing regulations and HIPPA regulations. Private information will be shared only upon written authorization.

Services are provided in a nondiscriminatory manner without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, disability, age or limited English proficiency.

 

This program is funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.

Want to speak with us?

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

Need to talk?: 215-355-6000

Housing Link: 1-800-810-4434