Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)

Supporting children, teens, young adults and their families with behavioral health needs in the home, school, and community.

Lenape Valley Foundation’s Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) (formerly BHRS) are medically prescribed and individualized services that provide a variety of support for families of children, teens, and young adults, age 3 to 21, who struggle with mental and behavioral health challenges. IBHS are delivered by a team of skilled specialists using a trauma-informed approach. Our clinicians use therapeutic interventions and support to reduce and manage symptoms. Services are prescribed based on the unique needs of the child/adolescent and family.

Working within the home, school, office, and community, the IBHS team can consist of psychologists, behavioral consultants, mobile therapists, and behavior health technicians. The clinical team supports the child to manage behavioral challenges while aiming to increase family stability.

The goal of IBHS is to help each child reach their full potential by helping the family create a positive, supportive, and stable environment that will enable the child/adolescent to develop positive behavior management strategies and receive the most out of clinical care.

Payment for IBHS services are made through Pennsylvania’s Health Choices (MA) program.  If needed, Lenape Valley Foundation will support families in securing MA for their child to help access IBHS services.

Your child or adolescent can be referred through a Written Order from a licensed professional. For more information on access to services, please contact Lenape Valley Foundation’s IBHS department at 267-893-5241.

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