• Accessing Behavioral Health

    Accessing Behavioral Health

    Fact
    -- Experiencing a crisis is a normal part of life.
    -- Conversations with crisis hotlines are confidential.

    Myth
    -- Asking for help means you are weak.
    -- You have to be a professional to help someone in a crisis.

    Click here to learn more about accessing crisis services and supports.
  • Supporting Behavioral Health Needs…

    Supporting Behavioral Health Needs…

    Many people experience mental health challenges and/or substance use issues. This includes people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Click here for PCHC’s new Team Review Form (TRF) that can be completed and saved on the computer.
  • What We Do

    What We Do

    PCHC strives to enhance access to community health care through education, support, advocacy and empowerment as well as to improve health care outcomes for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) . Read More
  •  Support

    Support

    PCHC offers health care technical services such as Nursing Reviews to assist direct support staff/families with complicated physical health issues and Clinical Reviews to clarify behavioral health issues. Read More
  • WHYY Highlights PCHC Aging and Dementia Training for ID

    WHYY Highlights PCHC Aging and Dementia Training for ID

    Special-needs caregivers learn how to spot, treat dementia... read more >>
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Includes a variety of Behavioral Health and Physical Health topics. Some topics are specifically designed for Individuals & Families.

 

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Health Promotion Activity Plans

The Health Promotion Activity Plan (HPAP) is an easy way to plan supports for someone with a particular health care diagnosis. Each plan can be personalized to an individual’s needs.

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DDX Curriculum

This curriculum is designed for Direct Supporters who work in either the intellectual disability field or the mental health field.

Click here for information about the latest guidelines.

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