Agency Name: Lycoming-Clinton MHMR Joinder (Mental Health Mental Retardation)
Address: 8 North Grove Street, Suite A Lock Haven, PA 17745
Phone: 570-748-2262
Fax: 570-748-6029
Contact Person: Deborah Duffy
Website: www.joinder.org
Email: dduffy@joinder.org
Dates/Times: Office hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Crisis Intervention and Emergency Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Program 1 – Mental Health Services:
    Description: Mental Health services are primarily available for adults with a serious mental illness and children/adolescents with or "at risk" of developing a serious emotional disturbance. They also provide 24-hour crisis intervention services
    Costs: Mental Health insurance policies (Medical Assistance, Medicare, private insurance, etc.) can cover some or all of the costs depending on the service received. Lycoming-Clinton MH/MR Program also pays for some services. Fees are based upon income and the individual or family is aware of all costs up front. However, all services can be arranged regardless of an individual's ability to pay.
     
  • Program 2 – Intellectual Disabilities Program:
    Description: The Lycoming-Clinton Intellectual Disabilities Program provides a variety of services to assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to live and work in their home communities. Services include residential and in-home care, vocational and employment services, family support and specialized therapies. Specialized early intervention services are also provided for children from birth to age 3 who have a developmental delay.
    Costs: Most of our services are provided at no cost to the individual and/or family. When a service is provided that requires payment from the recipient, a financial determination form is completed. Fees are based upon income and the individual or family is aware of all costs up front. However, all services can be arranged regardless of an individual's ability to pay.
     
  • Program 3 – Early Intervention:
    Description: Early Intervention is designed to help families better meet the needs of their child. Through a family training model services are provided in the child’s natural environment with the active participation of their parents and other caregivers. These services can include: home based instruction, physical, occupational and speech therapies, case management services and tracking (monitoring a child’s development.)
    Target population:
    Age Range: birth-3
    Eligibility requirements: A child referred to the program will receive an
    evaluation conducted by a trained professional who will assess all five developmental areas (cognitive, physical, social/emotional, self-help, and language/speech.) If the child shows a delay of 25% or more (in months) in at least one of the five areas, they are eligible for services.
    Costs: none