Why Choose Family Behavioral Resources?
Family Behavioral Resources remains committed to making a difference in the lives of every individual that we touch. FBR delivers Family Focused Therapy with quality service and treats individuals with the dignity that they deserve. With locations available across Pennsylvania, chances are that FBR has a location near you.
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month
May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 60 million Americans each year are impacted by a mental health diagnosis.
Your mental health matters. Your wellness matters.
Wellness means taking care of all of your needs - physical, social, and emotional. It is important to take care of your needs - even when you are caring for loved ones who have their own diagnosis.
It's time for advocacy. It's time for acceptance. It's time to make a difference.
Most imporantly, know that it is OK to ask for help.
We're here for you.
We're Family Behavioral Resources, and we care. Here, caring is everythng.
Is your son or daughter exhibiting behaviors of concern? Struggling socially? Having trouble communicating? Having difficulty in a daycare setting or in school? Showing signs of anxiety? Are you concerned about your loved one's overall development?
Family Behavioral Resources offers Best Practice Evaluations for children and adolescents birth through 21. We have Licensed Psychologists and Psychological Assistants who can provide observation, assessment, and obtain input from caregivers to ascertain whether or not there is a diagnosis present, and if services are needed.
Come learn more about our Psychological Services.
The Wraparound Approach
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS), also called referred to often as "wraparound," is a process designed to improve the lives of children and adolescents with complex psychological or behavioral needs. It is not a specific program or protocol. Therapy is available seven days a week and becomes part of the daily routine. The process starts with the building of a team comprised of persons from multiple systems collaborating together to develop and carry out an individualized treatment plan. The team includes highly-trained mental health professionals, support staff, family members and when possible, the child, among other persons involved with the consumer's care. This may include educators, daycare centers or other caretakers, case managers, and others. Services are available in the home, community, and/or the educational setting.