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UPDATE: APM Behavioral Health Centers have transitioned care from an in-person format to a telehealth format starting March 2020 and continuing until further notice. Transitioning to this form of treatment will allow our clients to receive care in a way that minimizes risk of spreading the coronavirus while still providing personalized care.

Click on the following button to direct you to our Telehealth service:

TELEHEALTH

 

 

Meet Our Leadership

Cheryl V. Pope, Ph.D. | Vice President of Health Services
Hector Colon-Rivera MD, CMRO | Medical Director

Building Healthy Lives

The APM Behavioral Health Center serves adults, teens, and children and offers a wide variety of therapeutic interventions for individuals, families and couples.  Our team is led by Doctoral and Master’s level bilingual clinicians and offers all services in private and secure settings in three locations in our community.  Established in 1970, The APM Behavioral Health Center has supported more than 3800 families this year.

At APM’s Behavioral Health Centers, we promote evidence-based practices and treatment modalities, ongoing professional and community education, and innovative approaches to behavioral healthcare.  Our board certified psychiatrist and skilled professionals work together to deliver the highest level of care while , maintaining culturally sensitivity, and multilingual treatment and prevention services to individuals of all ages who are struggling with mental health issues,  substance abuse disorders, or a combination of both.

Our services are individualized and person-centered for all participants. Our program includes group and individual therapy, medication management, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based interventions and supportive therapy.

The APM Behavioral Health Center is  a Sanctuary Model Agency offering a safe therapeutic environment for our staff and program participants.

Contact us at our clinic locations:

Address:

4301 Rising Sun Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19140

Phone:

(267) 296 – 7220                                                             

(267) 296 – 7222

(267) 296 – 7223

Fax:

(215) 324-1077

     

Address:

112 E Allegheny Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19134

Phone:

(267) 798 – 7560

Fax:

(215) 291 – 8069

 

Address:

2921 N 5th St, Philadelphia, PA 19133

Phone:

(215) 259 – 3373

(215) 259 – 3358

Fax:

215-426-9685

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Evening hours are available by appointment.


APM maintains three behavioral health clinics delivering professional, culturally sensitive treatment and prevention services to more than 2,000 City residents without geographic restriction. All services offer bilingual diagnoses and treatment for our community’s mental health issues.

APM Mental Health provides the following specific services:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Family and Group Therapy
  • Evidence-Based Medication treatment
  • Mindfulness-Based Intervention
  • Trauma-Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Trauma-Informed Prolonged Exposure Therapy
  • Psychiatric Evaluations & Intervention
  • Medication Monitoring
  • Couples Counseling
APM provides treatment through individual, family, group therapy and child play therapy in an outpatient setting.
APM provides intensive and regular outpatient services to individuals, and group therapy for people with a history of substance abuse. Our staff is bilingual, culturally sensitive, and ready to meet the specific needs of individuals.
APM Support service programs provide long-term help to the homeless by providing housing assistance and services that provide the tools necessary for successful independent living. APM also has a limited number of housing options for individuals diagnosed with co-occurring disorders, including substance abuse, mental health, and/or HIV/AIDS.


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