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A Aaron’s Acres Day Camp (affiliated with Lancaster Jewish Community Center) 102 White Oak Drive Lancaster, PA 17601 Contact: Risa Paskoff (717) 917-6101  Serves children between the ages of 5 and 21 with special needs. The programs focus on socialization and communication by providing therapeutically based recreational activities.

Abraxas Academy P.O. Box 645 1000 Academy Drive Morgantown, PA 19543 (610) 913-8000  Abraxas is a leading provider of innovative and quality treatment programs for youth, adults and families. Contracts with various county and state agencies for the operation of residential, communitybased, detention/shelter services and alternative education programming. We offer specialized services for hard-to-place juvenile populations, including gender specific programming for females in need of treatment. Key services include Intensive secure treatment for serious and habitual delinquent offenders, intensive secure treatment for sexual offenders, and secure detention and shelter services.


Acadia Community Integrated Neuro-Rehabilitation Services Acadia Day Program (Spring 2014) Acadia Residential Facilities (short and long term) 1861 William Penn2 Way Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 394-3466 (Intake Coordinator-program information) (717) 394-1252 (fax) Contact: Dr. Dixon Miller, Director of Neuropsychology Services Also: Anne Hohenwarter, M. S. at (Ext. 107) ACADIA's post-acute community integrated rehabilitation programs are designed to assist the individual with a neurological impairment in dealing with issues of community living such as self care, activities of daily living (ADL's), communication, socialization, mobility, cognitive competency and vocational development.

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Addiction Recovery Systems 2192 Embassy Drive Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 394-7160  ARS offers effective out-patient programs designed to treat a variety of needs including prescription drug dependence, alcohol use and illicit drug use. Adoptions from the Heart (Summer 2014) 1525 Oregon Pike Suite 402 Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 399-7766 (717) 232-1787  Adoptions from the Heart, in addition to our open adoption and international adoption programs, offers private adoption assistance services to help families and professionals.

Alder Health Systems (formerly AIDS Alliance) Lancaster Activity Center Located at 250 W. King St. (do not mail information to this address—mail to Harrisburg address) 401 Division St-Suite 100 (717) 233-7190 1-800-867-1550 (717) 233-7196 (fax) Lancaster Health Center 1891 Santa Barbara Drive Suite 104 Lancaster, PA 17601 1-800-867-1550  Alder Health Services is dedicated to improving the health of individuals living with HIV/AIDS, members of the LGBT community and those struggling with addiction in the South Central Pennsylvania. Provides residents of the community with: HIV/AIDS Services and Prevention Programming, Primary Medical Care, Mental Health Counseling Services, STD Screening and Treatment, HIV Testing, Health and Wellness Programs, Activities and Workshops

Alternative Rehabilitation Communities (ARC) (Summer 2013) Locations in Lancaster, York, Harrisburg, Central PA (717)238-7101  Alternative Rehabilitation Communities, Inc. (A.R.C.) has been providing services to court adjudicated youth since 1975. A.R.C.’s residential services are the hallmark of the agency’s continuum of service. The programs are highly structured, peer oriented and located in a community setting. Our programs provide Individual Service Plans for each student, individual and group counseling, individual and group education, recreation as well as group living skills.  The program models include: male residential programs, male secure program, female residential program and a shelter care housing male and female students. Additional male facilities focusing on specific needs are: residential with focus on drug and alcohol component; residential with transitional

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-3living component; residential with Latino language barrier component; residential for youths with sexual behavior issues and a residential for youth with mental health issues

Arbor Place 520 North Street Lancaster, PA 17602 Phone:(717) 393-1523 Fax:(717)393-8130  The Mix at Arbor Place is a non-denominational faith-based, 501c3 not-for-profit organization located in Southeast Lancaster City. The Mix at Arbor Place is dedicated to meeting the spiritual, social/emotional, academic and physical needs of Lancaster’s inner-city youth.

The Arc-Dauphin and Lebanon Counties 2569 Walnut St Harrisburg, PA 17103 Phone:(717) 920-2727 Fax: (717) 920-2730  The Arc of Dauphin County is a non-profit, family focused, membership organization that provides individualized, community-based services to support the dignity and respect of people of all ages who have intellectual and developmental disabilities

Arch Street Center (Spring 2014) 629 N Market St. Lancaster, PA 17603 Contact: Susan Lilly (717) 392-8536  Arch Street Center exists to promote the general well-being of adults experiencing serious mental health issues and emotional problems by providing a gathering place with an atmosphere that is positive and supportive

Asera Care Hospice (Spring 2014) 315 Primrose Lane, Ste. 101 Mountville, PA 17554 (717) 285-2039 (717) 285-7761 (fax) Lebanon: (717) 228-2275 Toll-Free: 888-262-8545  AseraCare Hospice is one of the nation’s premier providers of hospice and palliative care services. We treat each of our patient’s end-of-life journey with respect, kindness, compassion and support

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AstraZeneca Hope Lodge of the American Cancer Society (2014) 110 W. Laurel Ave. Cheltenham, PA (267) 622-6080 Contact: [email protected]

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B Behavioral Healthcare Corporation (have not accepted interns in several years) 822 Marietta Avenue Suite 12 Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 399-8288  Office based therapy weekly or bi-weekly-individual, family, or group therapy.

Behavior Interventions (Fall 2014) 583 Shoemaker Road Suite 230 King of Prussia, PA 19406 (484) 324-8307  Treatment and interventions for individuals with: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Communications & Developmental Delays, Challenging Behaviors Bell Socialization Inc. – Oasis House (Summer 2015) 751 South Queen Street York, PA 17403 Contact: Joanna Witmer (717) 725-0474  Mission: To provide an environment of support and empowerment where people can improve their quality of living.

Berkshire Psychiatric & Behavioral Health Services 1200 Broadcasting Road Suite 200 Wyomissing, PA 19610 (610) 375-0544 716 N. Park Road Wyomissing, PA 19610 610-375-0544 Email: [email protected]  Our services include consultation, evaluation, testing, and treatment in an out-patient setting. These services include treatment for a wide range of mental health diagnoses, addictions, marital and family issues, and symptoms prompted by stress and/or life transitions. We serve children, adolescents, adults, and seniors

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Boys’ and Girls’ Club of Lancaster Administrative Offices 116 S. Water St., P.O. Box 104 Lancaster, PA 17608 (717) 295-3474 (717) 509-5077 (Fax)  Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to become productive, caring, responsible adults. Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster sites are a safe place to learn and grow -- all while having fun. Sherman & Kathryn Hill Clubhouse (Boys’ and Girls’ Club) 116 S. Water Street Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 299-3771 Family Intervention and Treatment Program (Spring 2014) Jack Walker Clubhouse 231 W. Lemon St. Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 397-5514 Columbia Clubhouse 248 W. Locust St. Columbia, PA 17512 (717) 684-3637 (717) 803-0380 Contact: Darryl Waters (Club Director) Steinman Clubhouse 333 Dauphin St. Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 392-6343 Boys & Girls Club at Martin Luther King Elementary School 466 Rockland St. Lancaster, PA 17602 Contact: Tara Haughney 484-269-7340

Bright Start Academy 2312 Marietta Avenue Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 397-5288 [email protected]  daycare facility

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Bright Water Landing 1166 Hilts Road Wrightsville, PA 17368 844-240-3158  Addiction treatment facilitty new in 2015

Building Futures Youth Program (Spring 2014) Arbor Education & Training-A ResCare Company 1016 N. Charlotte Street Suite 124 Lancaster, PA 17603 Contact: Lisa Touchton, (717) 509-0134 [email protected]  We provide life-changing programs to help young people succeed in school, obtain meaningful and gainful employment and become productive members of their community. ResCare also excels at assisting children find safe, secure environments through our foster care programs.

Bureau of Juvenile Justice Services State Reintegration Program: Harrisburg Office 5020 Ritter Road, Suite 209 Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 (717) 796-7401 Additional information about State Reintegration Program: (717) 787-7754  The program incorporates the principles of Balanced and Restorative Justice by helping to prepare youth for increased responsibility in the community; facilitating pro-social youth interaction in the community by preventing recidivism and working to bring together the youth, family and community support systems.

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C Caron Treatment Center (Fall 2013) 243 North Galen Hall Road P.O. Box 150 Wernersville, PA 19565 (800) 854-6023  To provide an enlightened, caring treatment community in which all those affected by alcoholism or other drug addiction may begin a new life.

Catholic Charities 4800 Union Deposit Road P.O. Box 3551 Harrisburg, PA 17105-3551 (717) 657-4804 (717) 657-8683 (fax) Chatholic Charities- Interfaith Shelter (Summer 2016) 120 Willow Road Harrisburg, PA 17109 (717) 652-8740

CCRES Educational and Behavioral Health Services Technical College High School - Brandywine Campus; 443 Boot Road Downingtown, PA 19335. (484) 593-5040  Provides quality services to students and families, many dealing with Autism. CCRES works in collaboration with school districts, intermediate units, and the behavioral health system

Center for Community Peacemaking 53 N. Duke Street (Room 303) Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 397-2404 (717) 397-5502 (fax)  Brings victims and offenders together for reconciliation and healing.

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Center for Neurobehavioral Health 2176 Embassy Drive, Suite 366 Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 392-6061 (717) 431-2014 (fax) Contact: Cynthia Socha-Gelgot, PhD, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Clinical Director [email protected]  A company devoted to the evaluation and treatment of individuals who experience emotional, behavioral, and cognitive difficulties due to an injury or disease of the brain. Children’s Aid Society (Summer 2013) Nicarry Caring Center 343 Lincoln Way West New Oxford, PA 17350 (717) 624-4461  Nicarry Caring Center offers art and child-centered therapy, God’s Closet clothing bank, parent support groups and the administrative offices for Children’s Aid Society. Lehman Caring Center 400 W. Market Street York, PA 17401 Contact: Shari Gordon (717) 845-5771 (Ext. 105)  Lehman Caring Center offers emergency respite care for children birth through six years of age in a 24-hour crisis nursery, art and child-centered therapy, family advocate services, and parent support groups. Children’s Home of Reading 1010 Centre Ave Reading, PA 19601 (610) 478-8266  The Children's Home of Reading continues to provide a treatment oriented residential environment for children and teenagers, as well as community-based services. Its broad spectrum of services includes specialized foster care, residential treatment programs for adolescent males, educational services, a case management program for drug-addicted moms and their babies, a community based mental health program for children and community programs for youth and families in the Lehigh Valley.

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Children’s Home of York (Spring 2013) BRIDGES Partial Hospitalization 77 Shoe House Road York, PA 17406 (717) 755-1033 (Ext. 1226)  Children's Home of York's BRIDGES Program is a psychiatric partial hospitalization unit providing stabilization and treatment for children and adolescents who are experiencing severe psychiatric symptoms and emotional disturbance. Operated in cooperation with licensed staff of the Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12, BRIDGES is a therapeutic milieu employing Sanctuary® principles and provides intensive, community-based treatment in conjunction with educational programming for males and females aged 11 to 19 who require moderately restrictive day treatment on an outpatient basis. Participants in the BRIDGES Program acquire the skills they need to transition out of the program to a less restrictive and less intrusive level of care. The Program operates year-round and consists of highlystructured therapy and offers scholastic education in conjunction with treatment services during the school year.

Church World Services (new placement as of 2015) 308 E King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 Intern Program – see application online\ Contact: Laura Beltle Email application and cover letter to [email protected]  (types of internships include refugee resettlement, cuba/Haitian resettlement, cultural orientation and support, refugee health, refugee employment, vocational technology, communications and development)  CWS has worked for nearly seven decades with one goal: building a world where there is enough for all. CWS affirms the power of individuals and communities to take ownership of their future. They meet them right where they are, helping create solutions they can maintain and build on. Clare’s House (Spring 2014) 342-344 E. Chestnut St. Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 291-8967  Clare House serves homeless women and children by providing a temporary home in a caring environment, life skills programs and aftercare support leading to self-sufficiency.

Commonwealth of PA-State Civil Service Commission Harrisburg: Strawberry Square Complex 320 Market Street 2nd Floor Harrisburg, PA 17101 (717) 783-3058  Locations in Philadelphia & Pittsburgh. Test centers in Allentown and other PA locations.

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Community Action Program (CAP) of Lancaster (Spring 2014) Contact Lancaster Helpline 601 S. Queen Street P.O. Box 599 Lancaster, PA 17608 Contact: Reed Reynolds (717) 431-1027  The Community Action Program of Lancaster County champions the achievement of long-term self sufficiency for individuals and families through services and advocacy targeting the elimination of poverty.

Community Fellowship Church (Spring 2016) 200 Bethel Drive Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 299-6505

Community of Life Network (Spring 2016) 510 Walnut Street Columbia, PA 17512 (717)-684-8094 Contact: Jamie Quinn

Community Services Group (CSG) (2013) Apply on-line----do not call! • Very welcoming of MU students • Provides services in 17 counties in PA (Psychiatric services – child, adol, adult ; MH and MR; Inpatient and outpatient, group homes) • Many levels and types of services Community Services Group (CSG) (2013) Tempo Clubhouse (Spring 2014) Grandview Plaza 790 New Holland Ave Lancaster, Pa 17551 (717) 293-5104 Community Services Group (CSG) (2013) Columbia Location (2013) 319 Walnut St Columbia, PA 17512 (717) 684-3082 Supervisor: Ashley Mosser Send cover letter and resume to (see Internship link):

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For general information about this organization: Corporate Office: 320 Highland Drive PO Box 597 Mountville, PA 17554 (717) 285-7121
 Community Services Group (CSG) (Spring 2016) Chariots Foster Care 2330 Varton Way Harrisburg,PA 17110 (717) 920-9434

Compass Mark (Spring 2015)- (formerly Lancaster Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse) 630 Janet Ave. Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 299 -2831  From those personally struggling with addiction, to those seeking help for others or looking to prevent problems in the first place, Compass Mark has the resources to help direct children, teens and adults on a healthy, successful life path.

Contact-Lancaster Helpline (2014) 601 South Queen Street P.O. Box 2454 Lancaster, PA 17608 (717) 509-7711 (CONTACT office) (717) 299-7301 (717) 299-9341 (fax)  Experienced, well-trained volunteers respond with non-judgmental empathy to callers in stress. All calls to 299-4855 are confidential, anonymous and free of charge. This is a safe place to vent frustration and hurts, explore options or ask for a referral.

Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County Adult Probation and Parole Services-Internship Program Adult Probation and Parole Services 40 E. King Street P.O Box 83480 Lancaster PA 17608-3480 Contact: Kerri Kneisley (Deputy Director) [email protected]|6224|

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Covenant Counseling Services, Inc. 3309 Spring Street Progress Plaza, Suite 201 Harrisburg, PA 17109 (717) 695-2006 2459 Walnut St Harrisburg, PA 17103 (717) 695-2006 (717) 695-0979 (fax) [email protected]

Crispus Attucks Community Center 404 South Duke Street 407 Howard Avenue P.O. Box 894 Lancaster, PA 17608 (717) 394-6604 (717) 295-7802 (fax) [email protected]  Crispus Attucks Community Center strives to improve the quality of life for youth and families in Lancaster by providing services that promote community prosperity, physical and mental health, and by offering programs and cultural events which preserve the African American heritage

Cumberland County Domestic Relations 13 N. Hanover St. P.O. Box 320 Carlisle, PA 17013 Contact: Richard K. Betts, Director (717) 240-6225  The Cumberland County Domestic Relations Office: Establishes and enforces child support orders and establishes civil paternity cases and spousal support orders

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D Dauphin County Juvenile Probation 100 Chestnut St 2nd Floor Harrisburg, PA 17101 (717) 780-7100  The Dauphin County Juvenile Probation Office is an arm of the Juvenile Court and is responsible for the investigation and supervision of juvenile offenders who are alleged to have committed, or who have committed, felony or misdemeanor offenses prior to the juvenile's 18th birthday. Dauphin County Work Release (Fall 2016) 919 Gibson Blvd. Steelton, PA 17113 (717) 780-6914  The Dauphin County Work Release Center is a Community Corrections facility utilized by the Courts to incarcerated sentenced offenders in order to provide an opportunity for them to maintain previously secured or newly gained employment. Deb’s House (Spring 2014) Pressley Ridge 516 North Duke St. Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 295-9004  Deb’s House, a program of Pressley Ridge, uses Family Respite Homes (FRH) to provide safe, nurturing environments for children ages 0-6 years while Lancaster County families work through a short-term crisis (hospitalization, job search, housing issues, etc.). Parents are able to retain custody while working on concrete goals to provide a more stable home environment for themselves and their children.

Developmental Disabilities Resources 215 South Broad Street Lititz, PA 17543 Contact: Dawn Hoffman, Licensed Psychologist (717) 625-3480  provides an array of long and short-term options for adults and children with disabilities

Devereux Whitlock 139 Leopard Road Berwyn, PA 19312 (610) 296-6800 (main office (610) 251-2017

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- 15 provide supports and services for adults with a wide range of disabilities including autism spectrum disorders (ASD), emotional and behavioral disorders, intellectual/developmental disabilities and acquired/traumatic brain injuries

Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster County (formerly Lancaster Shelter for Abused Women) (2014) P.O. Box 359 Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 299-9677 (Ext. 3114) (717) 290-6855 (fax)  (“….very interested in having MU Clinical Psychology students at our agency. However, it is very important that the student contact me early. In order to do any clinical work here, a 45-hour of training is required. DVSLC generally only offers the training two times a year. If possible, the student should make arrangement to take the training during the fall semester so they can begin working with program participants in the spring semester. I only take 2 students a semester at the emergency shelter facility. Senior Social work students also apply for field placements with our organization…DVSLC currently employs 2 Master level social workers. I am the only MSW with a license, but the other MSW has 5+ years of experience. We also have access to Dr. Susan Atkins, licensed psychologist, to assist with supervision when needed.” Students interested in DVSLC should contact them early in the fall because 15 hours of training is required before starting work. It is also preferred that students be able to spend 12 eight hour days at the shelter.)

Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Services (2014) Mano’s House Supervised Independent Living (SIL) 131 S. Prince St. Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 393-1796 (717) 735-7478 (fax)  Drug and Alcohol Services, Inc is a licensed drug and alcohol treatment program, licensed through the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs with the Department of Public Health. DARS Inc consists of the Supervised Independent Living Program, Manos House Residential Treatment Program and Prospect Grove High School, a licensed private academic high school through PDE.

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E Early Childhood Innovative Connections 200 W Orange St. Lititz, PA 17543 (717) 588-4800 Easy Does It (2013) Recovery Community Center 1300 Hilltop Road Leesport, PA (610) 373-2463 Reading Facility 647 Walnut Street Reading PA (610) 373-9550  Easy Does It, Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals and families recovering from the effects of addiction, thus contributing to the betterment of our community and society as a whole.

Edgewater Human Services (see NHS listing) Edgewater Children’s Services 2001 North Front Street, Suite 232 Governor’s Plaza South, Building 3 2421 N. Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17102 (717) 236-7357  full range of integrated services in the areas of mental health, addictive diseases, autism, education, intellectual/developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, therapeutic family care and other specialized services

Ephrata Hospital (Summer 2016) 169 Martin Avenue Ephrata, PA 17522 (717)738-6400 Ephrata Rehabilitation Center 169 E. Lake St. Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 738-7979  To assure community access to health care services that are high in quality, compassionate, and costeffective.

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F The Factory House 3098 Lincoln Highway East Paradise, PA 17562 (717) 687-9594  The Factory House is a central facility used for providing people in the community with resources to overcome poverty-related issues Father Martin’s Ashley Treatment Center for Alcoholism and Chemical Addiction P.O. Box 240 800 Tydings Lane Havre deGrace, MD 21078 1-800-799-4673 (410) 273-2262 410-272-5617 (fax)  This agency is a relatively new addition to our site list but offers a highly professional, well developed training experience that deals with alcohol and other addictions primarily with emphasis on group counseling. The drive is about 45 minutes to an hour.

Friendship Community (Summer 2014) 1149 East Oregon Road Lititz, PA 17543 Contact: Kelley Fuhrman (717) 656-2466 [email protected]

Friendship Heart Gallery (Summer 2015) 118 North Water Street Suite 101 Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 945-6904  Potential art therapy type program

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G Gate House for Men (Spring 2016) 649 E. Main St Lititz, PA 17543 (717) 626-9524  The Gate House programs are nonprofit community based treatment programs that have been providing quality addiction treatment in a home like environment for over thirty- five years.

Gate House for Women 465 West Main Street Mountville, PA 17554 (717) 285-2300 (717) 285-5978 (fax)  The Gate House programs are nonprofit community based treatment programs that have been providing quality addiction treatment in a home like environment for over thirty- five years.

Gathering Place 440 Pershing Avenue Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 295-4630  The vision of The Gathering Place is to improve the quality of life for children and adults living with HIV/AIDS through physical, spiritual, and emotional care and support

Gaudenzia (chemical dependency, drug addiction, mental illness and related conditions) 1728 N. 2nd St Harrisburg, PA 17102 ALSO IN LANCASTER (717) 221-9590  Gaudenzia operates over 130 drug and alcohol treatment programs for men and women in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Services include specialty programs for pregnant and parenting mothers, adolescents, and people suffering from co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse.

Girls on the Run (2013) 1116 Manheim Pike Lancaster, PA. 17601 Contact: Carrie Johnson, Executive Director [email protected] (717) 330-7893  non-profit organization dedicated to creating a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.

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Glass House PEACEing Lives Back Together Again PO Box 1123 Lancaster, PA  Glass House is a non-profit organization that is providing stability through PEACEing Lives Back Together Again; whether it is due to homelessness, economic situations, domestic violence, adult and child abuse, or any kind of addiction.  Losing one’s home would be devastating. Losing one’s children would be unthinkable. Let me introduce you to our organization. Glass House provides transitional and on-going living facilities for keeping the family unit together. We keep homeless parents united with their children while they work to get back on their feet and re-enter society. We accomplish this by offering compassion and spiritual support through education and life skills training. These include family and personal individual treatment programs with matching and attainable goals.  Individual Treatment Planning and Family Treatment Planning Gold’s Gym (Summer 2014) 2301 Harrisburg Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 Contact: Eric Sanguenetti (609) 846-8005 (717) 569-5600

Graterford Prison (Fall 2015) SCI Graterford P.O. Box 246, Route 29 (staff) Graterford, PA 19426 (610) 489-4151 Contact: Andrea Brannen (267) 577-9939

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H Harrisburg Hospital/Pinnacle Health 111 South Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17101-2099 (717) 221-6270 (717) 221-6266 (fax) Pinnacle Health Children’s Resource Center 2645 North Third Street Harrisburg, PA 17110 Contact: Shannon Cossaboom (717) 782-4693 Harrisburg Institute of Psychiatry-Children’s Partial Hospitalization Program Pinnacle Behavioral Services 307 South Front St. Harrisburg, PA 17101 (717) 221-6200 (717) 221-6208 (fax) HCR Manor Care (2013) 100 Abbeyville Road Lancaster, PA 17603 Contact: Isabel Ortiz (717) 397-4261  provide health care services by ensuring that patients and residents live with the greatest dignity and comfort possible  a possible HR – i/o placement

Hershey Entertainment and Resorts- Employee Resource Center (Summer 2015) 75 East Derry Road Hershey, PA 17033 (717) 520-JOBS [email protected] /  As a world-class entertainment & hospitality company, we are dedicated to the selection, development, acknowledgment and advancement of highly motivated individuals who are committed to our legacy of excellence.

Hershey Medical Center Child Life Program (2014) 500 University Drive Hershey, PA 17033 (717) 531-8278 (volunteer application) Contact: Sue Esbenshade

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- 21 -  Child Life programs in health care settings strive to promote optimum development of children, adolescents, and families by providing age appropriate programming to enhance coping, and minimize emotional distress. As integral members of the health care team in both the ambulatory care and inpatient settings, Child Life staff provide opportunities for learning, for selfexpression, for family involvement, and for peer interaction. Hershey Medical Center Adolescent Medicine 905 W. Governor Road Suite 200 Hershey, PA 17033 Contact: Dr. Susan Lane – Loney (717) 531-4119 Also, Hershey Medical Center for Autism Research and Eating Disorder Research

Hoffman Homes for Youth P.O. Box 4777 Gettysburg, PA 17325 815 Orphanage Road Littlestown, PA 17340 (717) 359-7148 ( Ext. 2200) (717) 359-2600 (fax)  A Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility utilizing trauma-informed care to treat children with a serious mental health diagnosis. Holy Spirit Behavioral Health Center 503 North 21st Street Camp Hill, PA 17011-2288 There are 2 programs with different supervisors/contact persons: *Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (717) 972-4277 (717) 762-2272 (fax) *Geriatric Outpatient & Intensive Outpatient Program (717) 763-2236 (717) 763-2275 (fax) 

(Psychologist (PhD) and Master’s level staff are available for supervision. We’re eager to have Millersville students. I would encourage anyone that is exploring…possibilities to contact me at least 2 months in advance. There is an interview process, and the hospital requires clearances-child abuse, criminal activity clearances-these take several weeks to obtain, and we need written, documented proof

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- 22 before the student can even interact with clients. Also proof of having a PPD test and proof of immunizations and a physical is required. The hospital also has guidelines to be met, so this is a time consuming process. We offer interviews to see if the student is a good fit with the staff, and the student needs to be aware that the staff doesn’t always take everyone who interviews. The student can contact our Education, Training, and Development office to get a list of hospital requirements. Kellie Wilson @ (717) 763-2235 could give information on general intern requirements. Contact Alison Gabel if interested in working with geriatric populations)

Hospice of Lancaster County 685 Good Drive P.O. Box 4125 Lancaster, PA 17604 (717) 295-3900  Hospice & Community Care is dedicated to providing care and comfort to help patients and families live better at end of life.

HSA Counseling, Inc. 321 N. Market Street Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 394-5334  Our Services Include Drug & Alcohol Evaluation and Referral, Traditional Outpatient Treatment including Individual and Group Therapy, Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization Day Treatment.

Hugh S. Smith, Ph.D. & Associates, P.C. 1808 Colonial Village Lane, Suite 103 Lancaster PA 17601

1850 William Penn Way, Suite 202 Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 391-6808 (717) 391-0709 (fax) psychological services with primary focus on psychological testing and assessment services

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I Independent Living Services

Itsa Playful Journey (Spring 2014) 2173 Embassy Drive Suite 164 Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 431-2027 Contact: Dianne Mathias  Mission Statement: To provide alternative treatment strategies through the use of play therapy for children, adolescents, adults and families. To address the seriousness of the problem through creative interventions that allows the individual to be at ease in a "journey of healing".

J JusticeWorks Youth Care Lancaster Regional Medical Center (Spring 2015) 250 College Avenue Lancaster, Pa Contact: Stacy Thurston (412) 315-4500

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K Kaleidescope Family Solutions, Inc (contacted MU Sept 2015 looking for interns and employees)  Provides community, work and home based services to adults with developmental disabilities. This organization might consider HIRING students to serve as “Community Support Specialists” in Lancaster area to provide direct support, assisting individuals with becoming more independent.  Interested Candidates can send resumes to: [email protected]

Kennedy Krieger (2013) 707 North Broadway Baltimore, MD 21205 Contact: Dr. John Huete (443) 923-9200  Kennedy Krieger Institute is an internationally recognized institution dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with developmental disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and musculoskeletal system through: Patient Care, Research and Professional Training, Special Education, Community

Keystone Human Services (Spring 2014) 124 Pine Street Harrisburg, PA, 17101 (717) 232-7509 (717) 581-8229  Keystone provides comprehensive community-based services for children, young people, adults and families in the areas of intellectual disabilities (mental retardation), autism, mental health, early intervention and children and family services. Keystone serves individuals and families in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and Connecticut. Keystone Human Services is also engaged in initiatives in Russia and Moldova.

Keystone Children & Family Services (Family Preservation) 3700 Vartan Way Harrisburg, 17110 (717) 541-9620  We provide services to children and families, including Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services, Early Intervention Services, Comprehensive Autism Evaluations, Therapeutic Foster Care, Family Based Mental Health Services and Family Preservation and Reunification Services.

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Kids Peace 5300 Kids Peace Dr. Orefield, PA 18069-9101 1-800-446-9543 (610)799-8000  KidsPeace is a private charity dedicated to serving the behavioral and mental health needs of children, families and communities. Provides a unique psychiatric hospital; a comprehensive range of residential treatment programs; accredited educational services; and a variety of foster care and community-based treatment programs to help people in need overcome challenges and transform their lives. KidsPeace provides emotional and physical health care and educational services in an atmosphere of teamwork, compassion and creativity.

KPETS (Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services) (2014) 630 Janet Avenue Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 405-0115  KPETS provides a network of dependable registered therapy teams committed to providing therapeutic benefits through the use of pets to people with physical, emotional and mental challenges from all walks of life in a wide variety of settings.

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L Lancaster Area Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (LAVORP) Center for Community Peacemaking 53 N. Duke Street (Room 303) Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 397-2404 (717) 397-5502 (fax)  Brings victims and offenders together for reconciliation and healing.

Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas- Adult Probation and Parole Services 50 N. Duke Street Lancaster, PA 17608 (717) 299-8184  The Office of Coordinated Services, the Office of Standard Supervision, the Impaired Driver Program (which supervises DUI clients), Office of Community Resources (which includes supervising clients ordered to perform community service and the Job Court program) and Office of Special Offenders Services (which supervises clients with mental retardation and/or mental illness and the Drug Court Program).

Lancaster County Early Intervention (2013) 150 North Queen Street, Suite 400 Lancaster,PA 17603 (717) 399-7325 Contact: Erica Scanlon  Early Intervention provides services and supports to families with children who have developmental delays. Supports are based on the unique strengths and needs of the child and family to enhance the child’s development. Lancaster County Juvenile Probation Office 50 North Duke Street Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 299-8161  Juvenile Probation Officers are responsible for the guidance and supervision of juveniles between the ages of 10 through 17 years who are referred by local police departments, agencies or private citizens as a result of having committed a crime which is considered to be a misdemeanor or a felony.

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Lancaster County Behavioral Health/l Intellectual Disability/ Early Intervention Programs Crisis Intervention (717) 394-2631 150 North Queen Street Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 299-8021   Provides services for clients with persistent mental illness, intellectual disability, Lancaster County Behavioral Health – Mental Health Case Management Unit (Fall 2015) 1120 Frances Avenue Lancaster, Pa 17601 Contact: Autum Nauman (717) 393-0421

Lancaster County Prison (2013) 625 E. King St Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 295-2083  The mission of the Lancaster County Prison is to provide for the humane and secure care, custody and control of those individuals who are charged with criminal offenses, while also providing for the protection and safety of the community through the detention of such individuals.

Lancaster County Youth Intervention Center (2015) 235 Circle Ave. Lancaster, Pa 17602 Contact: Amy Bitner (717) 299-7821 (Ext. 3329)  The Detention Center provides temporary safe and secure care for alleged and adjudicated delinquent juveniles waiting for adjudication or disposition by the Courts. The Detention Center ensures community protection from the alleged or adjudicated offender. The program serves male and female juveniles between the ages of ten and eighteen.

Lancaster Freedom Center 436 North Lime Street Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 397-9118 Contact: Ms. Kathy Birmingham  The Lancaster Freedom Center, Inc. (LFC) provides outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment services for individuals and families suffering from chemical addictions and mental health problems.

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Lancaster General Hospital – Community Health & Wellness (Spring 2016) 2100 Harrisburg Pike PO box 3200 Lancaster, PA 17604 (717)544-3202  The Community Health and Wellness Department is focused on providing strategic community health improvement initiatives for all people in Lancaster County. Programs range from pre-natal to senior and focus on enhancing the quality of life at every state of life.  Our goal is to provide a diverse and comprehensive experience for Interns that allows them to apply multiple principles and practices learned in the classroom. The Intern will leave the experience with at least of project that they have developed or impacted significantly.  The following are examples of objectives that interns could meet during their time with our department:  Assess and conduct surveillance of health issues and services in a population.  Increase knowledge of theories and practices related to community health planning and behavior modification including Transtheoretical Models of Health Behaviors, Socioecological Models, Community-based Logic Models and Motivational Interviewing.  Develop an understanding of needs assessment, gap analysis and program development/evaluation as it relates to community health and wellness.  Design, implement and manage coalition/community initiatives and activities.

Lancaster Mediation Center NOW KNOWN AS “CONFLICT RESOLUTION SERVICES” 50 North Duke St. Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 293-7231  We promote peaceful conflict resolution through affordable mediation services and high quality training

Lancaster Probation and Parole 40 E. King St Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 299-8181  To provide the greatest likelihood of success for the individuals under our supervision, consistent with the safety of the community, through the use of restorative alternative and corrective sanctions

Lancaster Pastoral Counseling and Education 32 McGovern Avenue, Suite 3 Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 392-1007 (717) 392-0827 (fax) [email protected] Contact: Jeffrey Hamilton, DMin, LCSW

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Lancaster Regional Medical Center 250 College Avenue Lancaster, PA 17603  Possible experiences - Shadow an OT or Wellness Activities

Laurel Life (Spring 2016) 1681 Kenneth Road York, PA 17408 (717)845-7652  Laurel Life provides behavioral health services with locations throughout Central Pennsylvania. With specialized programs that serve children, adolescents, adults, and families, Laurel Life is staffed with licensed counselors, social workers, psychiatrists, and doctoral level psychologists.

Lebanon VA Medical Center (2014) 1700 Lincoln Avenue Lebanon, PA 17042 (717) 272-6621  Lebanon VAMC offers acute medical, surgical, behavioral health and long-term inpatient care and a full range of outpatient services including primary care, specialty care, home based care and psychiatric rehabilitation services. 

VA Residential Rehabilitation and Recovery Program (Summer 2014) 1700 South Lincoln Ave. Lebanon, VA 17042 Contact: Kathryn Arnett (717) 919-9524 [email protected]

Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network Student summer research program available  Mission: We heal, comfort and care for the people of our community by providing advanced and compassionate health care of superior quality and value supported by education and clinical research.

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Life Span Psychological Services, PC 2819-0 Willow Street Pike Willow Street, PA 17584 (717) 464-1464 (717) 464-4348 (fax)  serves children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families of all ethnic backgrounds and orientations

Lutheran Social Services 1050 Pennsylvania Ave. York, PA 17404 (717) 854-3971 (717) 626-1171  *May take interns on an as needed/case by case basis  Lutheran Social Services, witnessing to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, provides exceptional health, human and senior living services by supporting persons in achieving an optimal quality of life.

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M Mainline Behavioral Health (Summer 2014) 479 Thomas Jones Way Suite # `800 Exton, PA 19341 Contact: Lisa Wood (484) 565-8200

Exton Center - Chester County Oaklands Corporate Center 479 Thomas Jones Way, Suite 800 Exton, PA 19341 (484) 565-1130 Behavioral Health Services helps individuals, couples, children and families address and manage their personal challenges with a focus on healthy, productive solutions. Experienced behavioral health specialists deal with many factors that affect mental and emotional health and quality of life. Our extensive network of behavioral health specialists and professionals includes MDs and PhDs with expertise in a wide variety of disorders and problems, including anxiety, depression, relationship/marriage issues, child and adult psychology, addictions and domestic violence.

Manito Youth Leadership Center/Academy 625 E. Philadelphia St. York, PA 17403 (717) 848-3224

601 Madison Ave. York, PA 17404 Our primary focus has always been providing holistic and educational services to adolescents who are experiencing behavior, school, and community challenges. Our services have expanded into the delivery of Behavior Health and Adventure Challenge services and geographically into 10 Pennsylvania counties and one county in West Virginia.

Manos House (drug and alcohol) - 2015 1290 Prospect Rd. Columbia, PA 17512 (717) 285-0420 Contact: Elise Weaver  Manos House is a long term residential, drug and alcohol, treatment program which provides a wide array of counseling and supportive services over a six to twelve month treatment experience. Treatment consists of group, family, individual, psychoeducational and recreational therapy.

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Maryland Department of Juvenile Services (Summer 2015) 10 N. Court Street West Minster, MD 21157 Contact: Brian Gass (410) 871-3606 Masonic Children’s Home 1 Masonic Drive Elizabethtown, PA 17022 (717) 367-1121 (Ext. 33301) Contact: Ginny Migrala, Director of Masonic Children’s Home  The Masonic Children's Home is an ideal opportunity for children who are orphaned, being raised by aging grandparents, or who come from various socioeconomic environments which do not provide the security and support necessary for healthy growth and development. Masonic Village (Summer 2013) Contact: Holly Brooks (717) 367-1121  “Our 1,400 acre campus offers charitable services ranging from a children’s home and child care center, to continuing care retirement services, options to help you age in place, and services that benefit adults and their caregivers, alike. An onsite farm and farmers market set the tone for the community as a safe and peaceful neighborhood that bustles with recreational, social, cultural, wellness and educational possibilities. We are open for everyone, so explore how you can enjoy life your way.”

Mathom House (Spring 2013) 1740 Easton Rd Doylestown, PA Contact: Brad Cherry (215) 343-7720  treatment for adolescent sexual offenders and their families

Mazzatti and Sullivan Counseling Services, Inc. (Summer 2014) 5021 East Trindel Road 1st Floor Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 Contact: Andrew Schmitt : [email protected] (717) 590-7607

Mennonite Home (Spring 2016) 1520 Harrisburg Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 393 – 1301 Contact: Kimberly Blessing

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Human Resources – I/O placement Overall, Mennonite Home Communities is a continuing care retirement community committed to providing health services, supportive services, and living accommodations for senior residents in a Christian atmosphere conductive to wholesome living.

The Mentor Network 805 Estelle Drive, Suite 203 Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 898-3281  The mission of The MENTOR Network is to offer adults, children, young people and their families innovative, quality services and supports that lead to growth and independence, regardless of the physical, intellectual or behavioral challenges they face. The mission of The MENTOR Network is to offer adults, children, young people and their families innovative, quality services and supports that lead to growth and independence, regardless of the physical, intellectual or behavioral challenges they face.

Mid-Atlantic Rehabilitation Services (Summer 2013) 2045 Westgate Dr Suite 301 Bethlehem, PA Contact: Greg Krausz (610) 419-3101  Seeks to provide client-centered, community based quality treatment services to those suffering from addictions in the least restrictive and most-cost effective level of care. We will adjust our approach to meet the needs present in each community we serve by being part of the community and advocating for the effective, efficient, and effective treatment of each individual who is in need of our services.

Milagro House (Spring 2016) 669 W. Chestnut St Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 509-1401 Contact: Denise Chieppor  Provides education, housing, and counseling for women and their children experiencing homelessness.

Millersville University Millersville University Human Resources Department Dilworth Administration Building 20 Dilworth Road Room 105 (717) 872-3017  Current and prospective employment at Millersville University.

Millersville University Office of Financial Aid

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Office of Financial Aid Lyle Hall, 1st Floor 40 Dilworth Drive Millersville PA 17551 (717) 872-3026 Contact: Dwight Horsey  The Mission of the Office of Financial Aid is to work collaboratively with University offices to assist all students, regardless of their economic resources, in obtaining the financial assistance necessary to attend Millersville University, while maintaining the fiscal and regulatory integrity of its financial aid programs. Millersville University Office of Global Education and Partnerships Cumberland House Millersville University P.O. Box 1002 Millersville, PA 17551-0302 (717) 872-3884  Programs include bilateral study abroad, international internships, student teaching abroad, research collaboration and professional training. Millersville Pre-Collegiate Programs (2014) 1 S George St. Millersville, PA 17551 (717) 871-2027 Millersville University Psych Department Various Research Assistant Positions---Must seek out professors Millersville University Volunteer Central (also Federal Work Study) Lyle Hall (3rd floor) Bedford House (717) 872-3271  We facilitate civic engagement services including community service, service-learning, and federal work study opportunities. Morning Star Counseling (Fall 2016) 200 S. Church Street Quarryville, PA 17566 (717) 806-5050  We utilize evidenced-based approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, and many other techniques that are proven effective for combating anxiety and depression and other mental health concerns.  We encourage active healing and a holistic approach to therapy that encourages physical, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual growth.  Services: Individual Therapy, Online Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, and Parenting Through Separation and Divorce

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N National Novelty Brush Company (a new placement as of 2015) 505 E Fulton St. Lancaster, PA 17602 Contact: Kim Gibson, HR/Safety Director (717) 299-5681 (717) 715-1660 (fax)  Human Resources, Business setting and Personnel issues

New Choices/New Options (See YWCA listings)

New Horizons Counseling Services (2013) 1630 Manheim Pike Suite 5 Lancaster PA 17601 (717) 431-6615  Behavioral Health & Social Service Providers

New Person (Spring 2014)  Nonprofit ministry doing prisoner reentry services, transitional residential house program, mentoring program, Community Renewal for Sex Offenders, family and offender support program, public awareness and educational programs.

New Story (Spring 2014)  We provide environments where children with the most serious and complex educational and behavioral challenges have the opportunity to live high-quality and meaningful lives.

NHS Human Services (Edgewater Human Services) (Spring 2014) 651 Albright Avenue York, PA 17404 (717) 846-4490 Contact: Lynn Hackenburg (717) 236-7357 (E xt. 106) Contact: Phyllis Tkacik ;HR Administrator [email protected]  NHS provides innovative solutions to support the unique needs of the individuals we serve by striving to create a caring and responsive environment that promotes the highest standards of integrity and quality, for individuals with mental health issues, mental retardation, autism, and adoption needs.

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P PA Career Link (Fall 2016) 1016 N. Charlotte Street Lancaster, Pa 17603 (717) 509-5613

PA Department of Public Welfare P.O. Box 2675 Harrisburg, PA 17105-2675  Our mission is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively.

PAI-Partners in Achieving Independence Excentia: Empowering people with intellectual difficulties 1810 Rohrerstown Road Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 519-6740  To provide the supports necessary to enable people with intellectual disabilities to live as independently and fully as they desire within the community. Pathway Community Church – (counseling services) (Summer 2015) 1731 West Philadelphia Street York, PA 17404 (717) 793-8070 Contact: Angie Schnleitner

Penn-Mar Organization, Inc 10709 Susquehanna Trail Glen Rock, PA 17327 (717) 235-8068 (Ext. 116) (717) 235-9878 (fax)  Penn-Mar serves more than 200 individuals with developmental disabilities with a range of educational, vocational and residential programs.

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Penn State Hershey Medical Center (2014) 905 W. Governor Road Suite 200 Hershey, PA 17033 Contact: Dr. Susan Lane-Loney (717) 531-4119 Child Life Program (Fall 2014) 500 University Drive Hershey, PA 17033 Contact: Ashley Holland (717) 531-000 ( Ext. 281652) Penn State Milton S. Hershey Center College of Medicine 500 University Drive Hershey, PA 17033  Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is committed to enhancing your quality of life through improved health, the professional preparation of those who will serve your health needs, and the discovery of knowledge that will benefit all.

Pennsylvania Autism Action Center (Summer 2013) 6515 Business Route 209 Suite 3 Stroudsburg, PA 18360 (570) 861-4255  Our mission is to improve the lives of children and families on the spectrum, by being the community leader in providing high quality and individualized integration services and programs, that can assure a life of dignity and enhance each child's opportunity to achieve their full potential.

Pennsylvania Counseling Services 1-800-777-0305  (PCS has many sites throughout the area providing a wide array of mental health services to diverse clientele. They prefer students commit 16 hours per week to the site, preferably at least one or more full days to become more fully integrated with services/clients.) Lancaster Office: 40 Pearl Street Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 397-8081 (717) 397-8414 (fax) Lebanon Office: 200 North 7th St.

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Lebanon, PA 17046 (717) 272-5464 (Ext.1101) (717) 273-1416 (fax) provides counseling, therapy, addiction treatment and services for families and children

Pennsylvania Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services (Summer 2016) Main Office: 2351 Freedom Way, Ste 200 York, PA 17402 717 600-0900 Mr. Eric Alt, Director 20B East Roseville Rd. Lancaster, PA 717 560-2372 **Possibility for PAID INTERNSHIP  PCBH Advocate Services is a community-based program. It offers youth and families, served through York County Children, Youth, and Family Services and the Juvenile Probation Departments, a costeffective alternative to residential care, as well as, an after-care service to those returning to the community. Youth are referred to the program through their County Caseworker, Juvenile Probation Officer or Youth Aid Panel Coordinator. Youth referred to the program may be experiencing abuse, neglect, delinquency, truancy, mental illness, developmental disabilities, mental retardation or substance abuse issues. This alternative to residential placement is provided through the advocacy model which is a consistent relationship between a supportive skilled staff member (Advocate) and an at-risk young person and their family. An Advocate is a caring, interested person who provides a consistent non-power relationship between himself/herself and the young person. The Advocate is selected for the child on the basis of mutual interests so that a trusting relationship may develop. By providing an appropriate and intervening significant other, Advocates help young people develop a better understanding of themselves and others. The Advocate also develops a supportive relationship with the youth’s family and involves them in the development and implementation of meaningful activities.  Possibility of working with ART and MUSIC THERAPISTS*** Pennsylvania Department of Health 933 Health and Welfare Bld Harrisburg, PA 17120 (717) 787-3350  The Department's mission is to promote healthy lifestyles, prevent injury and disease, and to assure the safe delivery of quality health care for all Commonwealth citizens. Pennsylvania Department of Health Bureau of Human Resources Intern Coordinator Room 126 Health and Welfare Building 7th and Foster Streets Harrisburg, PA 17120 (717) 787-6002

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Pennsylvania MENTOR Respite Brokerage Program 2090 Linglestown Road-Suite 203 Harrisburg, PA 17110 1-800-765-0438 (717) 657-2073 (717) 657-3804 (fax)  a leading home and community-based human services provider serving individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities, as well as emotional, behavioral or mental health challenges.

Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Human Resources 1800 Elmerton Avenue Harrisburg, PA 17110-9758 (717) 671-7563 (717) 671-7524 (fax) 1-877-722-2338 (717) 772-1436 (fax)

PeopleShare Lancaster Office 300 Granite Run Drive, Suite 150 Lancaster, PA 17601 Phone: (717) 581-1005 Human Resources / staffing opportunities

Philhaven (apply online for internships through the main website)

Philhaven Behavioral Health Center (2013) 283 South Butler Road PO. Box 550 Mt. Gretna, PA 17064 Philhaven Lancaster Day Hospital Program 780 Eden Road Building #3 Lancaster, PA 17601 Contact: Nicole Grim (717) 735-7770 (Ext. 102)

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Contact: Brenda Robinson (717) 735-7770 (Ext. 119) nt.aspx  The Child & Adolescent Day Hospital/Intensive Outpatient Program are mental health treatment programs specifically designed to serve children ages 5 to 18 years of age who have a diagnosis of a mental health illness and who are experiencing serious to severe levels of emotional distress. Philhaven Child and Adolescent Day Hospital Program 780 Eden Rd Bldg. #5 Lancaster, PA 17601 Contact: Veronica Zalewski (717) 735-7770 ext. 6318 [email protected] Philhaven Children’s Day Hospital Program (Spring 2013) 1245A West Princess St. York, PA Contact: Carol Geiger (717) 324-8211 Philhaven Child and Adolescent Day Hospital Program Colebrook Rd. Mt. Gretna, PA Contact: Penny Morris (717) 270-2479 (Ext. 5) Philhaven Lancaster After School Program (Spring 2014) 780 Eden Road Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 735-7770 (717) 270-2475 Contact: Brenda Robinson (Director) (717) 989-1660 (cell)  The goal of this program is to enable each youth to improve his functioning in the home, school and community by providing structured treatment services during the afternoon and evening hours. The program is also designed to prevent deterioration in functioning that may result in the need for more intensive or restrictive mental health services.

Prescott House- Group Home for Boys 520 Shippen St Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 394-9831  counseling and treatment services

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Pressley Ridge (See Deb’s House) and Teen Pregnancy and Parenting Program Adoption Services 630 Janet Avenue Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 397-5241  providing exceptional care to children in need and families in crisis

Psychological Associates of Pennsylvania, P.C. 2870 Carol Road York, PA 17402 (717) 755-0921  Specialties: ADD, ADHD, Anxiety, Behavioral Problems, Depression, Psychological Evaluations & Sex Therapy Pyramid Healthcare – Allentown Outpatient 1605 N. Cedar Crest Blvd, Suite 105 Allentown, PA Contact: Michele Hughes; Prog ram Director (610) 434-1126  We offer treatment and care for adult and teen alcohol and drug abuse, as well as treatment for individuals with mental health disorders and adolescent behavioral problems.

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Q Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community (Spring 2016) 625 Robert Fulton Hwy Quarryville, PA 17566 Contact: Joel Clausen (717)786-5295  To provide for the spiritual, physical, emotional, and social needs of our residents through high-quality facilities, services, and personal care in a manner faithful to the Bible

R Recovery of Hope - (an agency of Philhaven main campus in Mt. Gretna) Contact: Ron Vogt 283 South Butler Road P.O. Box 550 Mount Gretna, PA 17064 p.aspx  This program specializes in helping married couples to improve their relationships. It combines marital counseling with a marriage enhancement approach.

Recovery Partnership 70 W. North Street Suite 101 Bethlehem, PA 18018 Contact: Margaret Klotz (610) 625-7525  Recovery Partnership provides individuals and their families with a method for voicing their praises and concerns regarding the behavioral health services they may receive; a toll-free peer line for individuals in Northampton County; peer mentoring services to individuals receiving behavioral health services; certified peer specialist services. Rehab After Work & Rehab After School (accepting undergrad interns – not sure??) 1755 Oregon Pike Lancaster, PA 17601-Suite 204 (717) 569-8601 1-800-238-4357  Rehab After Work provides treatment for serious medical, occupational, educational, familial, psychological and social consequences due to alcohol and drug abuse through intensive outpatient treatment programs.

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Retreat (Spring 2016) 1170 S. State Street Ephrata, PA Contact: Marissa Haynes (203) 969-4794  Retreat provides a compassionate and spiritual environment where those suffering from the disease of addiction can begin the journey to recovery by providing enlightenment and education to the individual and his or her family.

Ross Park Zoo (Summer 2014) New York 60 Morgan Rd Binghamton, NY 13903 Contact: Maria Desisto (607) 724-5461 [email protected]

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S Sadar Psychological and Sport Center (Fall 2015) 1288 Valley Fordge Road Suites 72 & 84 Valley Forge, PA 19460  Offering a holistic approach to feeling your best. Sadar Psychological and Sport Center offer services in relation to EEG Biofeedback/Neurofeedback along with a number of other traditional therapy services.

Samaritan Counseling Center 1803 Oregon Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 560-9969 (717) 560-9553 (fax) Other (717) 875-8993 Contact: Dr. Perry Hazeltine [email protected]  The Samaritan Counseling Center fosters hope and healing through professional counseling, consultation and education while respecting and integrating personal and spiritual values.  (Samaritan is interested in involving practicum students in their school-based counseling program. Some Spanish proficiency is preferred because many families they serve are Latino, but students without this skill may also apply.)

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center (Spring 2013) 625 Community Way Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 393-0425 [email protected]  Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center offers premier outpatient physical, occupational and speech-language therapy to children with disabilities, developmental delays and acquired injuries.

SecureCorps-An AmeriCorps program/United Way of York County 800 E. King Street York, PA 17405 (717) 843-0957  To improve people’s lives by building a strong community through cultivating financial generosity, volunteerism and civic engagement.

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Sexual Assault Counseling and Prevention Center (part of YWCA) 110 N. Lime St Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 393-1735 x231  Short-term confidential counseling at no charge for child and adult victims of sexual violence regardless of age or gender, and their families and significant others.

Sexual Assault Resource & Counseling Center of Lebanon County (Summer 2013) 615 Cumberland St #2 Lebanon, 17042 (717) 272-5308 Contact: Kathleen Dugan, Assistant Director  The Sexual Assault Resource and Counseling Center (SARCC), recognizing the impact of sexual assault on all individuals, families, and communities, counsels and support clients, advocates for the rights of victims and educates for the elimination of sexual assault.

Sheppard Pratt Health System 6501 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21285 (410) 938-3000 Contact: [email protected]  Sheppard Pratt, a not-for-profit behavioral health system, is dedicated to the improvement of quality of life in communities by serving the behavioral health and special education needs of individuals, families and organizations.

S. June Smith Center (Summer 2013) 600 Eden Rd., Bldg. 1 Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 299-4829  The S. June Smith Center supports children with disabilities in achieving their potential and promotes their full participation within their families, schools and communities.

Solanco Young Life (Fall 2015) P.O. Box 4041 Lancaster, PA 17604 Contact: Sarah Rufo (717) 201-3085

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Southeast Lancaster Heath Services 625 S. Duke St. P.O. Box 598 Lancaster, PA 17608-0598 (717) 299-6371  Our mission is to provide medical and dental care to ALL members of our community–moms, dads, children, grandparents, adults, teens, and babies who have no insurance, who have little or no income and those who cannot find affordable healthcare elsewhere.

State Civil Service Commission (includes Child Protective Services) 320 Market Street, P.O. Box 569 Harrisburg, PA 17108-0569 (717) 787-6127 (717) 787-5731 (fax) Contact: Patricia Geedy [email protected]

Steps to Success Inc. 56 Hillcrest Ave. Leola, PA 17540 (717) 656-3363  Early childhood education and care

Substance Abuse Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (SARRTP) Lebanon VA Medical Center 1700 S. Lincoln Avenue Lebanon, PA 17042 (717) 272-6621 (Ext. 5069) 1-800-409-8771 (Ext. 5069) (717) 228-5974 (fax)  This is a 21 -day program that consists of a multidisciplinary team that offers a variety of interventions to help veterans with substance abuse problems. There is also an outpatient component, which includes partial-day rehabilitation, and aftercare/follow-up services.

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Susquehanna Valley Pregnancy Center 822 Marietta Ave # 3 Lancaster, PA (717) 291-1800  Susquehanna Valley Pregnancy Services is an evangelical life-affirming ministry that serves women, men, and teens through sexual integrity education, unplanned pregnancy intervention, and post-abortion restoration.

Synergy Employment Group (Spring 2014) 14 Greenfield Rd. Lancaster, PA 17602 Contact: Kristie Wertz (717) 824 4005  We believe that by working together we can produce results not obtainable alone

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T Tabor Community Services (Spring 2014) 308 E. King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 Contact: Tammy Martin (717) 397-5182 ( Ext. 136)  Help strengthen the Lancaster County community by giving people the tools and inspiration to meet their housing and financial challenges and by revitalizing our surroundings.

TEAMCare Behavioral Health, LLC 1808 Colonial Village Lane, Suite 103 Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 391-0172 (717) 391-7771 (fax)  TEAMCare Behavioral Health is committed to excellence and integrity in the evaluation and treatment of the whole person, through a caring team approach to intervention. We focus upon the strengths of each individual we serve, and consider the roles of family, sociocultural background, and the environments in which our clients live. TriStarr Staffing (job placement – human resource placement)

TrueNorth Wellness Services Hanover 625 W. Elm Avenue Hanover, PA 17331 33 Frederick Street Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 632-4900 Gettysburg 44 S. Franklin Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 334-9111 Shrewsbury 73 E. Forrest Avenue, Suite 312 Shrewsbury, PA 17361 (717) 235-0199 York 1195 Roosevelt Avenue York, PA 17404

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(717) 843-0800 Harrisburg 5351C Jaycee Avenue, Suite 1 Harrisburg, PA 17112 (717) 657-2080

McConnellsburg 119 Lincoln Way West McConnellsburg, PA 17233 (717) 485-326 Striving for excellence in behavioral health and wellness is our mission every day. Our vision is to empower individuals to maintain a life of wellness through comprehensive, preventative, and healing services. We want individuals with questions and concerns about their behavioral health and wellness to turn to our team of professionals, and we seek to provide the resources needed to get better and stay better — for life

Turning Point for Children 415 S. 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19146 (215) 875-4972  Offer support to families in raising safe, healthy, educated, strong children by partnering with caregivers to develop and strengthen protective qualities and by offering them tools, skills and resources to ensure their children’s optimal development.

T.W. Ponessa & Associates Counseling Services, Inc. (not accepting undergrads??) 2141 Oregon Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 560-7917 (717) 560-6452 (fax)  Dedicated to providing confidential, comprehensive assessment, intervention and treatment for individuals in all phases of life, pre-school through senior years, who are experiencing a variety of mental health concerns.

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U United Disabilities Services 1901 Olde Homestead Lane Lancaster, PA 17605-0485 1-800-995-9581 (717) 397-1841 (717) 293-1595 (fax) Contact: Ray Bianchini [email protected]  UDS is a non-profit organization based in Lancaster, PA, committed to helping people with disabilities, including veterans and the elderly, lead more independent and fulfilling lives.

United Support Group 935 East Walnut Street Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 392-5670 (main office) Contact: [email protected]  United Support Group is a non profit organization that provides support services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities through choice, integrated socialization and involvement in the Lancaster County community.

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V Vantage (see also Gaudenzia) 208 E. King St Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 291-1020  Gaudenzia helps people affected by drug/alcohol, chemical dependency, mental illness and related conditions to achieve a better quality of life -- allowing them to live as productive and accountable individuals.

Victim Assistance Center 309 East Market St. P.O. Box 30 York, PA 17405 (717) 854-3131  The purpose of YWCA York is to work proactively and collaboratively to provide programs that promote racial justice; empower women; eliminate domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of violence; and strengthen our community.

VNA Private Care Services 354 North Prince Street Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 397-8251,PALANC.aspx  The Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA) is a national association that supports, promotes and advocates for community-based, nonprofit home health and hospice providers that care for all individuals regardless of complexity of condition or ability to pay

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W Water Street Health Services 210 S. Prince Street Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 358-2051 (717) 393-1017 (fax) Email: [email protected]  Water Street Health Services is the only free clinic in Lancaster City where residents living in poverty with an income too high to receive public health insurance and yet not enough to buy private health insurance find relief from pain for their medical or dental crisis.

Wellspan Behavioral Health Services (2014) 1101 South Edgar St. York, PA 17402 (717) 851-1500 Contact: Kevin Harvey, LPC [email protected]  (Good site for learning about Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT))

Well Span Community Health Department (2015) Gettysburg, PA 17325 Contact: Stephanir Voight  For students who are interested in Health Psychology, wellness, health behavior, etc.

White Deer Run (have not accepted interns for five + years) 53 Northwest End Avenue Lancaster, PA 17604 (717) 396-0650 Fax: (717) 396-0654

106 Davies Road York, PA 17402 (717) 396-0650 rehabilitation services and guidance for drug addiction and alcoholism

Willow Valley Retirement Communities (2015) 600 Willow Valley Square Lancaster, PA 17602  To enrich the lives of our Residents life by engaging their mind, body, and spirit. That’s the philosophy of Willow Valley Retirement Communities and why we recruit and hire only the best as employees.

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Y Youth Advocate Programs 721 North Duke Street Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 396-0212 (717) 396-0164 (fax)  Our mission is to provide individuals who are, have been or may be subject to compulsory care with the opportunity to develop, contribute and be valued as assets so that communities have safe, proven effective and economical alternatives to institutional placement

York County Adult Probation 45 N. George Street 2nd floor York, PA 17402 (717) 771-9602  Supervision, counseling and casework are provided to adult offenders placed on probation and parole by the Court. Services include case planning, monitoring, and referral to other agencies, where appropriate. Offenders are expected to comply with Court ordered conditions and are returned to Court by staff for violation of conditions when necessary.

York County Courthouse (2013) Juvenile Probation Department 45 North George Street York, Pa 17406. Department Phone #: (717) 771-9567.  As an arm of the Delinquency Court, our MISSION is to facilitate and enforce conditions of probation, assuring that juvenile offenders are… Receiving supervision that protects the public, Repairing the harm done to their victims, and Redirecting their lives towards positive pursuits.

York County Prison 3400 Concord Rd. York, PA 17402 (717) 840-7595  The prison’s mission is to house in a safe and humane manner all adult offenders committed for offenses committed in York County, and to provide inmates with the opportunity to participate in programs that will successfully help them reintegrate into the community. York Guidance Center 590 Hillcrest Rd. York, PA 17403 (717) 845-6641

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York Hospital 1001 South George Street York, PA 17405-7198 (717) 851-2345  WellSpan York Hospital is a premier community teaching hospital providing quality, cost-effective health care services strongly supporting excellence in education, and offering essential services without regard for an individual’s ability to pay.

York County Youth Development Center (2014) 3564 Heindel Rd York, PA Contact: Bethany Springer (717) 840-7570  The administration and staff of the York County Youth Development Center (YDC) subscribe to the principles of the Sanctuary Model. In keeping with that philosophy, the YDC staff is committed to the protection of our community, the development of our children, and to assist them in the progress in “competencies” that shall lead them to being productive members of society. The entire program is designed to provide a safe and healthy environment for all youth, where short-term emotional, physical, educational, social, and spiritual needs are accommodated. Detention facility.

Youth at Promise-Spanish-American Civic Association (SACA) 545 Pershing Avenue Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 397-6267 (717) 295-7762 (fax)  SACA's extensive human services network is neighborhood based and operated by a group of dedicated bilingual professionals and talented community residents that provide a vital link to the Latino community

YMCA YMCA-Lancaster Family 265 Harrisburg Pike Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603 (717) 397-7474 YMCA program at Hamilton Elementary School 1300 Wabank Rd. Lancaster, PA 17603 Contact: Laura Darrenkamp (717) 371-8214  The Lancaster Family YMCA provides families with opportunities and places to connect and strengthen relationships with one another. We help adults find balance in life and manage their

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YWCA Youth Mentoring/Sexual Assault & Counseling Center 110 N. Lime St. Lancaster, PA 17602  Short-term confidential counseling at no charge for child and adult victims of sexual violence regardless of age or gender, and their families and significant others. YWCA of York (ACCESS-York/Victims Assistance Center) 320 East Market St. York, PA 17403  The purpose of YWCA York is to work proactively and collaboratively to provide programs that promote racial justice; empower women; eliminate domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of violence; and strengthen our community.

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Schools Districts ****Please Note: Start by contacting the Central Administration office for a school district, do not contact individual schools**** Also, note that you will need clearances before you can be accepted by a school for this placement. See MU Early Field Experiences website for info on obtaining required clearances. Here are schools that have accepted our students in the past: 13th & Green Elementary School 501 N. 13th St. Reading, Pa 19604 (610) 371-5771 Contact: Barb Rozetar

Central York High School (Career Center) 601 Mundis Mill Road York, PA 17406 Contact: Connie Sohnleitner (717) 846-6789 (Ext. 1325) [email protected] Career Center Website:

Clermont Elementary School (Solanco SD) 1868 Robert Fulton Highway Quarryville, PA 17566 (717) 548-6455 Contact: Francis Skonick, Guidance Counselor

Cocalico Middle School (Spring 2013) Speech Pathology South Sixth Street Denver, PA 17517 (717) 336-1471

Columbia School District High School Student Services (2013) 901 Ironville Pike Columbia, PA 17512 (717) 684-7500

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(717) 684-1911 (fax) Contact: Ms. Peggy Woods, School Counselor Taylor Elementary School (Columbia SD) 45 N. 9th Street Columbia, PA 17512 Contact: Joanne Norris (717) 684-4010 (Ext. 2302) Conestoga Valley School District Conestoga Valley High School (Spring 2016) 2110 Horseshoe Road Lancaster, PA 17601 (717)397-5231 Dallastown Intermediate School (Special Education Department: School Psychologists & Counselors) (Spring 2014) 94 Beck Road York, PA 17403 Phone: (717) 244-4021 Contact: Chris Burtok

Donegal High School (Fall 2016) 1025 Koser Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 Phone: (717) 492-1208 Elizabeth R. Martin Elementary School (Fall 2014) 2000 Wabank Rd. Lancaster, PA 17603 Phone: (717) 921-6193 Fax: (717) 390-2562 Contact: Emily Kile (717) 735-6686 Administrator: Barbara Andrews (Principal)

Eastern Lancaster County (ELCO) School District 669 E. Main St. New Holland, PA 17557 Contact: Kevin Kuhn (717) 354-1154

Directed Projects List – 2016 Eastern York High School (Spring 2014) 720 Cool Creek Rd. P.O. Box 2002 Wrightsville, PA 17368 (717) 252-1551 Contact: Natalie Monaghan & Shelly Lehnortt

Fredericksburg Elementary School Developmental Guidance Program Northern Lebanon Contact: Andrea Henne, M.Ed. (717) 865-4107 or by [email protected]

Fulton Elementary School 225 W. Orange St. Lancaster, PA 17603 Contact: Carol Campbell (717) 295-7846

Fulton Elementary School (2013) 51 East Fulton Street Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 721-1130 Contact: Beth Lyons

Garden Spot High School (Spring 2014) 669 E. Main St. New Holland, PA 17557 (717) 490-4845 Contact: Kevin Kuhn

Glen Mills Schools P.O. Box 5001 Concordville, PA 19331-5001 (610) 459-8100 Contact: Wayne Dainty

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- 59 Hempfield School District****NOTE: if you would like a placement in this school district, you must contact the instructor of Directed Projects First**** Farmdale Elementary School (Hempfield School District) 695 Prospect Road Mount Joy, PA 17552. (717) 898-5595 Contact: Angela Mahlandt HIGH SCHOOL 200 Church Street Landisville, PA 17538 (717) 898-5500 (717) 898-5545 (High School Guidance Office) Contact Person: Sally Metz, Guidance Counselor Landisville Middle School (Spring 2016) 340 Mumma Drive Landisville, PA 17538 (717)-898-5631 Contact: Lynette Huber Landisville Primary School (Spring 2016) 320 Mumma Drive East Hempfield, Pa 17601 (717)618-7004 Rohrerstown Education Center- Hempfield Education for Life Program (HELP) 1 Mayor Avenue Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 406-3400

Kennett Consolidated School District Social Work Services 300 E South Street Kennett Square, PA 19348 (610) 444-6600

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Lampeter-Strasberg School District *****Please do not contact, if interested please speak to instructor of Directed Projects First**** 1600 Book Rd. P.O. BOX 428 Lampeter, PA 17537-0428 Lancaster Catholic High School (LCHS) – (Fall 2015) 650 Juliette Avenue Lancaster, PA 17601 Contact: Greg Dietz (717) 509-0305 Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 (Spring 2014) Lancaster County Office 1020 New Holland Avenue Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 606-1600  The IU 13 Autistic Support Program serves children with autism spectrum disorders. This program addresses individual student needs in the areas of communication, social skills, behavior, academics, and functional skills through the use of research-based methodologies. (THIS PLACEMENT IS APPROPRIATE FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING WITH CHILDREN, DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, AUTISM SPECTRUM, AND THOSE CONSIDERING SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY AS A CAREER) School District of Lancaster 251 S. Prince St. (4th Floor) Lancaster, PA 17603

School District of Lancaster : J.P. McCaskey High School (Spring 2014) 445 North Reservoir Street Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 291-6211 Contact: Phil Hotsetter Hand Middle School 431 S. Ann Street Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 333-1979 (717) 391-8600 (fax) Contact: DeAnna White-Winston

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Lincoln Middle School (L.I.F.E. After School Program) 1001 Lehigh Avenue Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 333-1976 (717) 399-6408 (fax) Contact: Lillian Alicea [email protected] Wheatland Middle School 919 Hamilton Park Dr. Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 333-4688 (717) 399-6411 (fax) Contact: Shelby Weeks [email protected] Burrowes Elementary School 1001 East Orange St Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 333-4685 (717) 391-8607 (fax) Contact: Vanessa Villafane-Philbert [email protected]

George Ross Elementary School (Spring 2014) 840 N. Queen Street Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 291-6268 Contact: Alyssa Laughner M.L. King Elementary School 466 Rockland St Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 333-1977 (717) 391-8616 (fax) Contact: Jennifer Eby [email protected]

Directed Projects List – 2016 Lafayette Elementary School 1000 St. Joseph Street Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 333-4689 (717) 295-7847 (fax) Price Elementary School (L.I.F.E. After School Program) 615 Fairview Avenue Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 333-4682 (717) 291-6118 (fax) Contact: Mary Munster [email protected] Ross Elementary School 840 North Queen St. Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 333-4683 (717) 390-2576 (fax) Contact: Luis Rodriguez [email protected]

Washington Elementary School 545 S. Ann Street Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 291-6275 or (717) 333-1980 (717) 390-2563 (fax) Contact: Annette Rosa-Pabon [email protected] Wickersham Elementary School 401 N. Reservoir St. Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 333-4687 (717) 390-2577 (fax) Contact: Keida Medina [email protected]

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Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12 (York, Adams, and Franklin Counties) Division of Special Education Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12 P.O. Box 70 New Oxford, PA 17350 (717) 624-4616 York Learning Center 300 East Seventh Avenue York, PA 17404 (717) 718-5901 nts/Schools/YorkLearningCenter.htm Southern York County Office 331 S. Main St. Shrewsbury, PA 17361 (717) 235-2673 Franklin Learning Center 2397 Loop Road Chambersburg, PA 17201 (717) 263-7479 nts/Schools/flc.htm 

The Lincoln Intermediate Unit serves local schools and communities, local businesses and nonprofit organizations, all Pennsylvania schools, Intermediate Units and libraries via statewide programs, and federal, state and local agencies. The Mission of the Lincoln Intermediate Unit, as a partner with school districts and agencies, is to deliver the highest quality education for students, staff, and communities

Manheim Township School District Middle School 5134 School Road Manheim, PA 17601 (717) 560-3100 Contact: Lauren Doyle

The Guidance and Counseling Program at Brecht Elementary School 1250 Lititz Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 291-1733 Contact: Beth Lester [email protected]

Directed Projects List – 2016 Neff Sixth Grade School Landis Run Intermediate School 5134 School Rd Lancaster, PA 17606 (717) 581-9124 Contact: Jody White, School Counselor Neff Elementary 5134 School Rd Lancaster, PA 17606 (717) 569-8502 Contact: Missy Weaver, School Counselor Manheim Township High School (Spring 2016) 115 Blue Streak Blvd. Lancaster, PA 17606 (717)560-3097 (Ext:3251)

Melrose Elementary School (Fall 2016) 2041 Berryhill Street Harrisburg, Pa 17104 (717) 703-1561 Milton Hershey School (2014) 1201 Homestead Ln Hershey, PA 17033 Contact: Human Resources or Keith Jones

Mirmont Treatment Center 100 Yearsley Mill Road Lima, PA 19063 Main #: 610-744-1400 or 1-800-846-5646

Nazareth Area High School 501 E. Center Street Nazareth PA 18064 Contact: Vickie Celin (610) 759-1730 ext 2316.

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New School of Lancaster 935 Columbia Ave. Lancaster, PA 17603 (717) 397-7655 Contact: Sibyl Freman

Northeastern High School (Spring 2013) 300 High St. Manchester, PA 17345 (717) 266-3644 Contact: Kris Hach

North Lebanon School District (Elementary Schools) (717) 274-9147 Contact: Elizabeth Carpenter

North Salem Elementary School 5161 North Salem Church Rd. Dover, PA 17315 Contact: Linda Massa (School Counselor) (717) 292-3671 ext. 60401 Octorara Intermediate School (2013) 221 Highland Road Atglen, Pa 19310 (610) 593-4608 Contact: Lisa Steiner.

Penn Manor School District ****NOTE: if you would like a placement in this school district, you must speak to the instructor for Directed Projects and then will need to contact Field Services Office in Stayer at MU. Provide a brief written request (see your instructor for details) DO NOT contact Penn Manor schools or administration directly *****Please do not contact, if interested please speak to instructor of Directed Projects First**** Administration Office Manor Middle School P.O. Box 1001 Millersville, PA 17551 (717) 872-9500 Contacts: Dr. Robert Hoepple, School Psychologist Melissa Ostrovsky, M. Ed., School Counselor

Directed Projects List – 2016 Kim Moore, M. Ed., School Counselor Penn Manor High School Counseling Department (Fall 2014) 100 E. Cottage Ave Millersville, PA 17551 (717) 872-9520 ext. 1810 Contact: Brandy Basile Manor Middle School (Penn Manor SD) Lancaster, PA 17603 Contact: Kim Moore, (717) 872-9510, x3147 Melissa Ostrowski (717) 872-9520, x1820 Marticville Middle School (Penn Manor SD) 356 Frogtown Rd Pequea, PA 17565 (717) 872-4767 Contact: Gail Ulmer

Phoenix Academy (School District of Lancaster) 630 Rockland St Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 735-7860

Solanco School District (717) 786-8401 Contact: Dr. Brian Bliss, Assistant Superintendent

Warwick School District 301 West Orange Street Lititz, PA 17543 (717) 626-3734 Lititz Elementary 20 S Cedar St. Lititz, PA 17543 Phone: (717)-626-3702 Contact: Andrea Snertzer

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Kissel Hill Elementary School 215 Landis Valley Rd. Lititz, PA 17543 Contact: Melissa Vulopas (717) 682-3213

Warwick Middle School (Fall 2016) 401 Maple Street Lititz, PA 17543 (717) 626-3701 The Vista School (Spring 2016) 1021 Springboard Drive Hershey, PA 17033 (717)-583-5102 Contact: Ben Jackson

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