Central’s Highlighted Program of the Week… Career Center

Are you finding it difficult to secure and maintain employment as you go through your recovery journey?
Do you have a desire to pursue educational goals and identify a career but you just don’t know where to start?
Do you find it challenging to balance your personal life and employment?
Then Central’s Highlighted program of the week, Career Center can help.
With offices in Norristown and Abington, our team of highly skilled Certified Peer Specialists and Employment Specialists will work side by side with you as you enter into your career journey. A team member will work with you to identify your educational end employment goals as well as support you along the way to a successful career.
For more information contact Toni Ryan at (610) 277-4600, Ex. 162.

 

Central’s Highlighted Program of the week is…. Children’s Blended Case Management (BCM)

Central’s Highlighted Program of the week is…. Children’s Blended Case Management (BCM).

* Has your child received a mental health diagnosis and you’re wondering what to do next?
* Would your child benefit from involvement in community activities?
* Do you need someone to help you advocate for your child’s needs?
* Do you and your family need help finding resources to meet the basic needs of your home (i.e. food, clothing)?
If you answered YES, then Central’s BCM can help. At Central our team of case managers will work side by side with you and your child to ensure you are receiving the most support possible. We will help coordinate services for your child by working with mental health providers, schools, and other social service agencies. We will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you are receiving the highest quality services possible.

To learn more about how BCM can help support you and your child, contact Ashley Marcy at (610) 272-3042, Ex. 514.

Central’s Highlighted Program of the Week

Central’s Highlighted Program of the week is…drum roll please  the Clinical Wellness Recovery Team (CWRT).

* Are you or a loved one having difficulty making and keeping medical appointments?
*Do you feel you need additional support with your emotional and physical health?
*Are you struggling to understand medical recommendations and staying healthy?

If you answered YES, then CWRT can help. Our highly skilled team of nurses and behavioral health navigators will work side by side with you to coordinate your physical and behavioral health needs. Our navigators are available to support you in both the Norristown AND Abington areas.
To learn more contact Madelyn Pontari today at (610) 277-4600, Ex. 250.

 

 

Meet a few of the friendly faces behind the Clinical Wellness Recovery Team (CWRT). Our team of highly trained nurses and behavioral health navigators will work along side you to help coordinate your physical and behavioral healthcare needs. Our team will provide health screenings and assessments, will work closely with your medical and behavioral health providers, support and advocate for your needs during medical visits, educate you on chronic health concerns as well as medication, work in conjunction with your insurance providers and so much more.

For more information call Madelyn Pontari today at (610) 277-4600, Ex. 250

NAMI Walks Registration Event

A very special Thank You to Ellen Roberts, Development Coordinator at NAMI of PA Montgomery County, for coming to Central on April 5th  and energizing us for the NAMI Walks event on May 5th. The event will be held at Montgomery County Community College beginning at 10:00 am. So many new team members joined our Central Team. If you couldn’t make the registration event and want to join the Central Team just go to the link below. Please consider joining us in taking steps to stop the stigma that many living with mental illness face every day.

NAMI Walks Registration

Cracked Not Broken – The Kevin Hines Story

FINAL.Kevin Hines Save the Date

Save the date May 22, 2018 to attend the Kevin Hines Event at Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell, PA while streaming live at the Pottstown Campus. Doors open at 5:00pm. To learn more about Kevin Hines and his story of survival, resilience, and hope, follow this link to see a trailer of his upcoming documentary:

http://suicidetherippleeffect.com/the-trailer/