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NOTICE OF 2020 GENERAL ELECTION ABSENTEE AND MAIL-IN BALLOT RETURN SITES
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The CARES NON-PROFIT GRANT APPLICATION offers emergency relief to support non-profit agencies that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency. Requirements, eligible uses and other information is contained in the Application. Deadline for applications is Friday, October 2, 2020 at 4:30 pm (EST).

Mental Health Program

The Greene County Mental Health Program envisions that all Greene County residents with any type of behavioral health disorder are offered the opportunities to attain a quality of life which is holistic and self-directed.

What Greene County Mental Health does

The Greene County Human Services Department has administrative oversight of mental health services in the county, including:

•    Program contracting and monitoring
•    Oversight of the hospital commitment process
•    Child & Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP) coordination
•    Pennsylvania Community Support program (CSP) coordination
•    Mental health disaster coordination
•    Diversion from state hospital program infrastructure development and implementation
•    Mental health service coordination for older adults
•    Mental health services coordination for transitioning youth
•    Mental health service coordination for criminal justice and co-occurring

The Greene County Mental Health Program in consultation and collaboration with our stakeholders that include consumers, transitioning youth, seniors, Advisory Board members and other concerned individuals developed our Vision and Mission statements. These statements show how the Greene County Mental Health Program continues to transfer its operational methods from one that is driven by authority to one that is individualized and consumer driven.
 
HELP IS HERE.

The 24-hour Mental Health Crisis Hotline Number is 1-800-417-9460. You may also call 911 for Mental Health Emergencies.
Crisis Walk-Ins are also available at SPHS Care Center, located at 35 South West Streetm Waynesburg, PA 15370, Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Contact Information

Fort Jackson Building
49 South Washington Street
3rd floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Hours of Operation: M-F, 8:30AM to 4:30 PM

Department Contacts:

Brean Fuller
Director
Melanie Trauth
CASSP Coordinator/System of Care Coordinator
Melissa Ewart
Hospital and Community Liasion
George Lagos
Mental Health Caseworker 2
Terry Hoyle
Base Service Unit Coordinator

Vision and Mission

Vision:
The Greene County Mental Health Program envisions that all Greene County residents with any type of behavioral health disorder are offered the opportunities to attain a quality of life which is holistic and self-directed. We will create an environment within our community that allows the freedom to choose services and other resources which support Hope, Recovery, and Responsibility.


Mission:
The mission of the Mental Health Program is to assure that all residents with mental illness and/or substance use disorders can choose services and supports which are seamless and accessible. The Greene County Mental Health Program will accomplish this mission by developing, promoting and assuring that an array of services are built upon Respect and Responsibility. These services will be individualized and empowering. They will enhance Recovery, along with Resilience, by utilizing our community resources.

Mental Health Commitment & Frequently Asked Questions

Provider Directories