BHARP and Community Care collaborate with providers and county stakeholders to support the implementation of Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) practices. This page contains a list of providers that have earned the Trauma Informed Care Center Designation.
Important links and information for suicide prevention resources, broken down by county.
Suicide and Overdose Prevention/Postvention Resources: A Toolkit for the Prevention of and Response to Tragic Loss
A PDF complete with links to several suicide prevention resources for members, families, education systems, providers, and more.
Program Advisory Committees
The SUD Program Advisory Committee guides BHARP’s Executive Committee in matters pertaining to substance use disorder. It works collaboratively, proactively, and creatively with system partners to improve behavioral health through deepening our understanding of substance use disorder and investigating innovative approaches to reduce its consequences for members, and their families.
The Children’s Program Advisory Committee’s mission is to promote, develop and sustain a strong and accessible array of clinical services and supports to the youth and families of the BHARP member counties.
The purpose of the MH/ID Committee is to provide a platform for sharing of resources, ideas, and coordination and delivery of services for individuals identified as having both a developmental disability and a mental health diagnosis. This unique population often accesses services across multiple service delivery systems.
The expert management of the HealthChoices contracts across PA has led to cost efficiencies resulting in reinvestment funds. These funds are used to develop and/or expand services for HealthChoices members. BHARP works collaboratively with the Managed Care Organization to categorize priorities aimed at identifying county needs and determining ways to plan for reinvestment projects.
The BHARP Network Committee is comprised of representatives from our 24 Member Counties, and the contracted BH-MCO (Behavioral Health Managed Care Organization). Their goal is to ensure there is a recovery-focused, culturally competent, and stable network by predicting and responding to emergent, urgent, and ongoing network needs. The Network will be member-focused to include special populations and will encompass a high quality, cost-effective continuum of care.
National Association of Peer Specialists – www.viahope.org
Rural Health Information Hub – www.ruralhealthinfo.org
Open Minds Open Doors (International Bipolar Foundation) – ibpf.org
PA Mental Health Consumers’ Association – www.pmhca.org
PA Peer Support Coalition – www.papeersupportcoalition.org
PA Recovery and Resiliency – www.parecovery.org
Pro-A (Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations Alliance) – www.pro-a.org
PCCD (Pennsylvania Commision on Crime and Delinquency) – www.pccd.state.pa.us