Human Services Center (HSC) as an essential behavioral
health service provider is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm. HSC adapted our service delivery to follow CDC
and PA Department of Health guidelines for COVID-19. We encourage you to call HSC at 724-658-3578 to start services. HSC
services are being delivered via the use of telehealth or telephone contact to
eliminate the need for face to face contact. All Initial Contacts and Intakes will
be conducted telephonically until further notice.
HSC serves approximately 5000 individuals through our
various services. A reminder to those we serve, you are important and we want
you to continue with your services via telehealth or telephone contact. Please contact your treatment team member
discuss your behavioral health treatment needs.
HSC staff are reaching out to those we serve to provide support during
the need for social distancing. Please don’t hesitate to contact HSC 724-658-3578 with any concerns or need
for assistance, our team of behavioral healthcare professionals will assist. BE CALM. BE SAFE. STAY HOME. HSC Crisis Services are available 24/7 for
those experiencing a mental health crisis by calling 724-652-9000. YOU MATTER.
Human Services Center (HSC) provides essential services
based upon the definition of life-sustaining and medically critical services. HSC has adapted our service delivery to follow
CDC and PA Department of Health guidelines for COVID-19. While our agency
remains open, our services are being delivered via the use of telehealth or
telephone contact. If someone presents at the agency, we are screening for
symptoms of COVID 19 and taking their temperature as per CDC compliance with
For the foreseeable future, Human Services Center is
suspending its “Walk-In Initial Contact and Intake” model. All Initial Contacts and Intakes will be
conducted telephonically until further notice. Anyone
interested in starting services is to call 724-658-3578 to begin services.
Please contact your treatment team member by phone to
discuss your behavioral health treatment needs. Please note that HSC staff will be reaching
out to those we serve to provide support during the need for social distancing.
Please don’t hesitate to contact HSC with any concerns or need for assistance,
our team of behavioral healthcare workers will assist.
HSC Crisis Services are available 24/7 for
those experiencing a mental health crisis by calling 724-652-9000.
Human Services Center is a proud sponsor of the the 13th Annual Lawrence County Women’s Conference, “Delivered by Women, for Women” this Saturday, March 7th at The Villa Banquet Center…It takes a community…#HSCcanhelp
HSC new staff training in The Sanctuary Model. The overall focus of the Sanctuary Model is to address the needs of our clients and staff in a caring, respectful manner, to develop and maintain a welcoming and positive environment, to offer recovery-oriented services that empower individuals to determine their goals and outcomes, and to encourage staff by promoting the Seven Sanctuary Commitments an fostering an atmosphere of personal and professional growth. For further information on the Sanctuary Model go to: http://sanctuaryweb.com/…HSCcanhelp
Human Services Center wants to say Thank You to the Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol Supervisor and Staff for joining HSC Blended Case Manager and Family Based staff..Sharing resources and networking to make sure our community needs are being met…#HSCcanhelp
Congrats to HSC Psychiatric Rehabilitation Supervisor, Laurlyn, for being appointed to the Board of Pennsylvania Association for Psychiatric Rehabilitation whose mission to promote a system of integrated and holistic services to support mental health recovery is evident in her daily work…#HSCcanhelp
HSC recognizes the importance of dedicated staff, so it was an honor to host an Employee Appreciation Celebration to acknowledge 11 employees with Perfect Attendance, as well as recognize 24 employees for 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 years of service…Thank You for Dancing through the Decades HSC…#HSCcanhelp