Community Support Program
About CSP of Bucks County
The Community Support Program (CSP) is a coalition of individuals who receive mental health services, their family members, mental health providers, and interested community members, along with the Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Developmental Programs and other County Behavioral Health Partners. CSP is an equal partnership to promote recovery and excellence in the delivery of community based mental health services.
At monthly meetings, individuals come together to exchange information and formulate ideas about how all parts of the local community can coordinate assets to offer the most needed services and supports to people who experience mental health challenges. Individuals also identify opportunities where people in recovery can contribute to building a better community.
If you have any questions, please contact Marrissa MacKeverican:
Marissa MacKeverican, CSP Coordinator
1432 Easton Rd, Suite 2D
Warrington, PA 18976
Email: Marissa MacKeverican
Bucks County’s CSP Committee Meeting takes place on the 2nd Wednesday each month, from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM in person and over Zoom!
Call-in number: 1-646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 686 758 6153
Each month the CSP Committee rotates between a location in Lower, Central, and Upper Bucks County.
Lower Bucks CSP Meeting Location: Reach Out Foundation, 152 Monroe Ave #1, Langhorne, PA 19047
Central Bucks CSP Meeting Location: Christs Home Community Center, 800 York Road, Warminster, PA 18974
Upper Bucks CSP Meeting Location: Revivals, 4 South Ridge Road, Perkasie, PA 18944
Every person with behavioral health challenges will enjoy the highest quality of life. Quality of life consists of inclusion in community, easy access to and choice of comprehensive treatment services and supports and multiple opportunities to enhance personal growth and recovery.
To provide the space and support for those who attend CSP meetings to work collaboratively together using the CSP principles to evaluate mental health services, policies, regulations, legislation, and community opportunities to make recommendations/advocate for change that will positively impact the lives of individuals with mental health challenges.
Creating Coalitions: To foster communication and collaborative partnerships among people in recovery, families, professionals, and community groups.
Advocacy: To review and make recommendations regarding County, Regional, State and National services, policies, legislation, and regulations that impact persons in recovery, their families, and the community.
Community Integration: To support recovery from mental illness by advocating for equal access, opportunities, and choices in education, health care, housing, meaningful work and relationships, transportation and spiritual and leisure activities that represent the character of the community.
Comprehensive Services: To ensure that community-based behavioral health services and support systems are comprehensive, available, accessible, appropriate, and accountable.
Education: To influence and create positive attitudes, behaviors, and knowledge about individuals with mental health challenges, families, and services. To ensure training and technical assistance in CSP Principles and exemplary practices are provided to persons in recovery, family members, professionals, community decision-makers and the public.