An integrated health approach to achieve mental and physical wellness for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism
Woods Community Services is predicated on self-determination and the understanding of each patient and family. Individualized interventions and interactions are fostered by the professionals who are knowledgeable about the person’s trauma history and work specifically to promote healing and growth. All members of the team are intricately involved in developing tailored interventions, monitoring patient progress, and developing treatment and discharge plans.
Community Outpatient Specialty Services
Woods Community Services supports children and adults with disabilities or challenges to achieve their highest potential and independence through innovative and individualized quality, accessible, timely and person-centered community-based services that promote learning and personal fulfillment.
Woods Community Services modality includes strength-based programming focused on autonomy and self-determination. We offer comprehensive assessments to identify key components and individualized needs of those suffering from mental health and behavioral health issues. The WCS team will foster change which can be sustained preventing relapses that would require higher levels of care.
- Nurse Navigator
- Social Worker
- Family Therapist
- Substance Abuse Counselor
- Allied Therapist
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
- Trauma-informed Approaches / Ukeru
- Motivational Interviewing
- Peer Support
- Seeking Safety
WCS offers a robust array of outpatient services including:
- Extended Office Hours (see below)
- Intake, psychiatric and diagnostic assessments
- Medication review and coordination
- Individual, group and family therapies
- Behavioral health supports
- Inclusion of natural supports
- Complex condition nurse navigation
Schedule an appointment with an Advanced Practice Nurse or Psychiatrist within one week of referral to evaluate the effectiveness of current medications and need for medications.
You can expect face-to-face visits one time per week for the first thirty days during which individualized case coordination will be stablished including Intensive Case Management Services and Support Services.
Individuals not currently linked with a Primary Care Physician (PCP) will be connected with one within one week of referral and will be supported by the Nurse Navigator to ensure they keep the appointment.
- Increase the amount of persons receiving treatment for serious and persistent mental illness through provision of integrated services that targets comorbid conditions
- Increase the amount of persons receiving appropriate treatment through provision of culturally competent services
- Decrease the amount of ER admissions for psychiatric crisis services through provision of rapid evaluations for crises and quick linkage to county crisis program
- Increase the amount of persons receiving treatment for comorbid medical conditions through the provision of screening and assessment, including risk assessments and screening for HIV, linkage to PCP
- Increase the amount of services available through home-based methods including in home therapy and telehealth
- Provide services that are responsive to the changing needs of the community
Access to Services:
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Telehealth and Telepsychiatry
Mobile Therapy Counseling
The clinic is located at 19 Meadowood Drive, Langhorne, PA 19047 and is accessible by rail lines and bus service.
For more information, contact:
Mary Ellen Brogan
Director of Outpatient and Development
Woods Community Services
40 Martin Gross Drive, Langhorne, PA 19047
Phone: 215-750-4028 or 800-782-3646
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Woods Community Services is part of the Woods System of Care. Every day, Woods System of Care helps people live their best lives. Woods System of Care is a leading and innovative PA and NJ-based nonprofit population health network that provides a life-long continuum of comprehensive and integrated care and supports for 22,000 children and adults. The individuals we serve have complex medical and behavioral healthcare needs, along with intellectual and developmental disability, autism, brain injury, and related psychiatric disorders. Many of those we serve are at-risk children and families. Woods provides them with lifetime integrated services that include mental and physical health, education, housing and residential treatment and workforce development.