Hill Day at Home

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June 23rd--Hill Day at home is your opportunity to urge lawmakers to invest in lifesaving funding for mental health and addiction programs--from your computer without ever leaving the comfort of your home or office.  On Tuesday, June 23rd, you will be able to log on to the online event portal for the 2020 Virtual Policy Institute.  This four-hour learning even will include keynote speakers, the latest legislative updates, immersive breakout sessions and all the great content you have come to expect from Hill Day.  Hill Day at Home will culminate on Wednesday, June 24th with a series of digital advocacy events and outreach opportunities.  Learn more about Hill Day.

        

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Contact

Government Center
17 South Seventh Street
Allentown Pennsylvania 18101

Phone: 610-782-3135
Fax: 610-820-3689

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Mental Health

Philosophy
The Lehigh County Mental Health Program believes that people with mental illness can best achieve positive change and recovery when treatment and supportive services are guided by each person's goals, preferences, strengths and needs. Involvement of family and/or significant others is encouraged. Services are designed to be accessible, responsive, culturally appropriate, and cost effective. 

 

Services provided directly include
Adult Mental Health 
Children's Mental Health 
Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP) 
Crisis Intervention
24 hour Emergency Mental Health Services. Call (610) 782-3127.
Veteran Crisis Line
Confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.  1-800-273-8255
 

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Suicide Prevention 

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