Central Behavioral Health, or Central, is a non-profit community behavioral health center in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. We provide service to more than 6,000 individuals and families through more than 25 specialized programs. These programs cover a full spectrum of behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Through compassionate and evidenced-based treatments we help individuals and families work through life transitions, crises, and behavioral health and co-occurring symptoms associated with mental health disorders. Most of all, we can help you regain hope and feel the empowerment that you need to move forward on your road to recovery. Call today to schedule an appointment. All calls are confidential.
Central’s Support Line
During this time of uncertainty where our daily lives are changing by the minute it’s hard to know what resources are available and where you can go to receive behavioral health services. Central has created a support line to help you navigate our services and resources. By calling (610) 999-0126 during normal business hours, you will speak with a knowledgeable Central employee who can help guide you through accessing behavioral health care and connect you to local resources to meet your needs.
#GivingTuesdayNow is an emergency global day of giving and unity on May 5, 2020, to support nonprofits like ours, addressing the unprecedented need created by COVID-19. Montgomery County residents continue to call on us during the pandemic and you have a unique opportunity to help make a difference so we can continue to provide services. The residents of Montgomery County need mental health support now more than ever as they face this global pandemic. Our outpatient and community based programs, remain available to those residents who need support. We are determined to continue providing services without disruption, but we need your help. We know these are uncertain economic times, and we are grateful for any support you can share. Together, we can do this! Thank you.
If you are worried that you or someone you care about might be struggling with a substance use issue, please feel free to browse the following resources. They include information on different substances, how substance use is treated, and ways that it impacts a person and their community.