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Children & Youth Case Management Program

Program Director: Donna L. Young, MSW, LCSW

Who is served?

You are served if you are a child or teenager who is experiencing behavioral health problems.

Why is the service offered?

The Blended Case Management Program helps you to build upon your strengths and overcome problems so you can successfully meet life’s challenges.

What is the service?

  • You will meet with a Blended Case Manager who will partner with you and your family to achieve your goals.
  • You will meet with your Blended Case Manager at your home, at PATH or in the community.
  • You will receive help from your Blended Case Manager to obtain the services you and your family need such as housing, health insurance, and appropriate school placement.
  • You will receive help from your Blended Case Manager to obtain behavioral health, substance abuse, or other medical treatment.
  • You and your family will receive assistance from your Blended Case Manager to effectively collaborate with your school and assure that your academic needs are met.
  • You will be supported by your Blended Case Manager as you resolve problems and begin to develop confidence in your own abilities to meet life’s challenges.
Where is the service located?
  • Services are provided in your home, in the community, in your school or wherever assistance and support are needed.
  • The Blended Case Management offices are located at 8217 Castor Avenue, Northeast Philadelphia, PA 19152
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When is the service available?
  • Monday through Friday -8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Evening appointments are always available to meet individual/family needs
  • Saturday hours to meet individual/family needs
  • A Blended Case Manager is available 24 hours a day/ 7days a week for a crisis.
You are eligible to receive services if:
  • You reside in Philadelphia.
  • You have a psyciatric diagnosis and are in need of services to help support you. Ther person or agency completing the referral must submit the form to the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health.
  • The Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health has approved this service for you.
How do I contact PATH?

Please call 215-728-4565 or 215-728-4602 to obtain additional information.


"I really have a sense of comfort in knowing I have support..."

David, a youth who receives resource coordination at PATH


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