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S.A.F.E. Focus™ - Downington

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Run by Stephanie Peszko.

Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday nights of each month
Meeting runs from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. and is non-smoking

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Central Presbyterian Church
100 West Uwchlan Avenue
Downingtown, PA 19335

Secure Care Residential - Retreat

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A locked secure residential program for those between the ages of 6 and 21. The treatment goal is to stabilize at-risk behavior, including self-injury.

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Children’s Bureau, Inc.
Rachel Glick Courage Center
2115 N. Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Phone #: 

1-317-808-3330

Fax: 
1-317-808-0106
E-mail: 

jmeekeratchildrensbureau [dot] org

DePelchin Children's Center

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An agency that provides, amongst other services, therapeutic counseling and treatment services for emotionally disturbed children and adolescents. Self-injury is one of many problems treated. This specific aspect of their program includes outpatient services, home based therapy and community based therapy, and partial hospitalization.

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Address: 

DePelchin Children’s Center
Main Campus
4950 Memorial Drive
Houston, Texas 77007

Website provides a number of other locations in the greater Houston area.

Phone #: 

1-713-730-2335 1-888-730-2335

Fax: 
1-713-802-3801
E-mail: 

infoatdepelchin [dot] org

Self Mutilators Anonymous

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A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from physical self-injury. The desire to stop self-injuring is a requirement for this group. There are a number of different states with meetings and there are online meetings through their website.

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Meetings located across the United States. The list is on their website.

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents (DBT)

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A program that uses DBT to treat teenagers who engage in self-injury and other self-destructive behaviors.

Has several locations.

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Phone #: 

1-716-835-7807

Fax: 
1-716-835-3963

Menninger Clinic

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The areas of expertise of the hospital include self-injury. The hospital offers a number of different programs, including an adult treatment program and an adolescent treatment program.

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The Menninger Clinic
2801 Gessner Drive
Houston, TX 77080

Phone #: 

1-800-351-9058, ext. 5140 1-713-275-5000

Fax: 
1-713-275-5107

Payne Whitney Westchester

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Their Dialectical Behavioral Therapy program offers evaluation and treatment to those individuals whose problems include suicide attempts, emotional instability, impaired school or work performance and/or self-injury. Offers both outpatient and day treatment services. Accepts those between the ages 18-55.

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21 Bloomingdale Road
White Plains, NY 10605

Phone #: 

1-888-694-5700

Interface Children Family Services

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A program offering a number of services for youth.

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1305 Del Norte Road, Suite # 130
Camarillo, CA 93010-8366

Phone #: 

1-800-339-9597 (helpline)

Bradley Hospital

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The Developmental Disabilities Program treats emotional, behavioral or developmental problems in children (from 4 to 22) with mental retardation or autism. Their services include inpatient hospitalization, residential care and outpatient services. One of the reasons children are referred to for this program is self-injurious behavior.

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Address: 

1011 Veterans Mem. Pkwy.
East Providence, RI 02915

Phone #: 

1-401-432-1000

E-mail: 

webteamatlifespan [dot] org

Annita B. Jones, Psy.D.

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Licensed psychologist. Specializes in treating clients of all ages who suffer from the results of trauma including dissociative disorders, PTSD, self-destructive behaviors (such as eating disorders, self-injurious behaviors, drug and alcohol abuse, etc.), depression, anxiety, attachment disorder and others

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Address: 

1600 Lehigh Pkwy E Apt 4s
Allentown, PA 18103

Phone #: 

1-610-435-4142

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