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Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention & Drug and Alcohol
The Centre County Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention and Drug & Alcohol Offices have relocated to:

Summit Park
3500 E College Ave, Suite 1200
State College, PA 16801
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The phone numbers are still the same: (814) 355-6786 and (814) 355-6744.
Also, the After-Hours Crisis Number remains the same at: 1-800-643-5432.
CATABUS service is now available on the XG Route at the location.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THE  MENTAL HEALTH/INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES/EARLY INTERVENTION ADVISORY BOARD

The Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention Advisory Board is currently seeking new members. The function of this Board is to advise staff and the Board of Commissioners on program matters, consumer and employee satisfaction, service provider programs and contracts, and funding issues. The Board meets every other month on the 3rd Thursday at 3:00 pm in the meeting room of Suite 1200 at Summit Park.

Additional information can be obtained by contacting the Centre County MH/ID/EI office at (814) 355-6782 or by submitting a membership application.

What is the Office of Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention & Drug and Alcohol? 

  • Public and private agencies that work together to treat persons with mental disability.
  • Identifies, evaluates, and treats persons with mental illness or intellectual disabilities.
  • Provides a range of treatment options to enable persons with mental illness or intellectual disabilities to remain in the community and lead productive lives.
  • Strives to prevent hospitalization or institutional care.
  • Provides crisis intervention services.
  • Provides comprehensive prevention, intervention, treatment, and referral services for any person with drug and alcohol use/abuse issues.
  • Provides information and referral assistance.
  • All services are confidential.

All programs and services are based on the Recovery Model for Mental Health and Everyday Lives Principles for Intellectual Disabilities. All services are designed to support consumers and families, eliminate stigma, and to facilitate independence and inclusion.