Mobile Supports

Montgomery County residents have access to a variety of other mobile support options, all of which are designed to support individuals in the most community-oriented way possible in order to achieve their recovery goals.

Recovery Coaching
Recovery coaching is available at all CBHCs in Montgomery County. It is a collaborative process between the program participant and the recovery coach (case manager) that facilitates access to available resources and engagement in treatment and support services. Recovery coaches are trained professionals who focus on educating the participant in the skills necessary to increase self-sufficiency and move forward in recovery. More information can be found here.

Peer Support
Peer support is a person-centered, recovery-focused service which is provided by a self-identified current or former participant in behavioral health services known as a Certified Peer Specialist (CPS). CPS are trained and certified to support others in their efforts to build lives in their communities that include meaningful relationships and activities. More information can be found here.

Adult Mobile Crisis
Adult Mobile Crisis provides not only immediate support for crisis situations, but also assistance with managing recurring or future crises. Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (855) 634-HOPE (4673). More information can be found here.

Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation (Psych Rehab)
Collaborative, person-directed services that promote recovery and community integration through a phased approach that focuses on the development of skills, personal support networks, and access to the resources necessary to be successful in all aspects of life. Mobile psychiatric rehabilitation is a new service under development in Montgomery County.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Highly-intensive, community-based level of treatment for individuals who are not able to be supported by traditional outpatient services. ACT teams are composed of an integrated, interdisciplinary group of mental health professionals, usually involving a psychiatrist, nurse(s), certified peer specialists, vocational/career specialists, drug & alcohol specialists, and a case manager. For more information contact Magellan Health Services at (877) 769-9782, Horizon House at (610) 279-5050, or Penn Foundation at (267) 404-5760.