Outpatient Services utilizes a strengths-based approach to care for the individual impacted by mental illness. The compassion we have for our clients helps to empower and further connect them within their community.
With the range of person-centered services provided in the same building, we are able to collaborate with our staff of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, therapists, and nurses when it comes to treatment. Our outpatient services include:
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Medication Management
- Injectable medication – long-acting
- Clozaril monitoring
- Art therapy
- Metabolic screening and education
- Support groups
For more information or to register as a new client, contact us here.
Hours: Monday – Saturday, by appointment only
For support groups, contact Heather at 610-433-6181 x250
The scheduling for an appointment for the IPE can vary significantly, depending on many factors, including receiving a copy of the current medical records prior to the IPE. Initial Assessments with a therapist may be scheduled sooner.
We will help you to coordinate your scheduled appointments so that you stay on target with your services. These steps are an important part of providing you with quality mental health care.
Clients do not have to take medication or be involved in ongoing therapy to be seen by a doctor at Haven House unless otherwise recommended by the psychiatrist. Clients do not have to take medication to be involved with ongoing individual therapy, but they will still need to complete the initial and ongoing IPE process.
You do not have to see a therapist for weekly therapy if you see a psychiatrist here. However, all clients must complete a treatment plan with a mental health professional every 120 days to maintain services here.
You can receive only medication management at Haven House, but you still would have to complete a treatment plan with a mental health professional every 120 days. To see a therapist at our facility you must see one of our doctors for the IPE initial psychiatric evaluation and maintain a treatment plan update every 120 days.
Beth Adamo, LSW, MPA
Katie Barrick, LSW
Jill Busolits, LSW
Yvonne Lettiere Boyer, MA, LPC
KC Carpenter, LSW
Christy Cooper, MSW
Oluyomi (Yomi) Dada, MS
Gilberto Garcia-Rodriguez, M. Div
Donald E. Graham, LCSW, DAPA
Cheryl Garr, MA