Adult MH Outpatient Treatment:
Traditional adult mental health (MH) outpatient (OP) treatment aims to facilitate an individual’s recovery and functioning in the community. OP treatment is offered in various clinic settings throughout Bucks County. Treatment options may include initial assessment, individual/family therapy, psychiatric evaluation, psychological evaluation, group therapy and medication management.
If you have commercial insurance, such as health insurance through your employer, please contact the phone number on the back of your insurance card for Behavioral Health treatment.
If you do not have insurance, the following agencies may be able to assist with County funding to pay for treatment:
Transitional Outpatient Program
In addition to traditional OP treatment, some agencies also offer a Transitional Outpatient Program (TOP), which is a slightly more intensive form of OP treatment that includes group and individual therapy. TOP is offered to individuals 18 years or older.
Providers offering the Transitional Outpatient Program are:
Acute Partial Hospitalization
Acute Partial Hospitalization (APH) is a concentrated form of outpatient, with a goal to improve individual functioning to divert from psychiatric inpatient treatment or to provide stabilization in the community upon discharge from a psychiatric inpatient facility. Short-term in nature, APH is designed to work with an individual on average for two weeks with a structured program offered at the OP clinic for several hours during the day. Treatment offered in APH includes individual and group therapies as well as medication consult and treatment.
Adult APH Programs in Bucks County include: