Treatment and support are available through Community Care and other resources.
Working with Community Care to Find a Provider
You can contact and schedule appointments with any provider in the Provider Directory that
you received in your welcome kit. You do not need prior authorization or a referral from
Community Care or another provider.
You can also search the online Provider Directory by clicking here.
Our customer service representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you
choose a provider that best meets your needs. Please call the member services line listed for your county.
What Type of Help is Available for My Child?
Many behavioral health services are available to help you and your child. Services range in intensity and represent a “Continuum of Care.” For more information about services available to you and your child read the Helping My Child fact sheet.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Resources
Community Care has established a toll-free
phone line specifically for parents and guardians
of HealthChoices members who have been
diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Please call the Community Care Autism Support
Line at 1-866-415-1708 if you need information about autism
services and treatment options or to express a
concern related to services.
The Autism Support Line is answered by a
Customer Services Representative during regular
business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m.). If you call after hours, you can leave
a message; a Care Manager will return your call
the next business day. Click here for more Autism Spectrum Disorder resources.
Parent-Child Interactional Therapy Information
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based therapy designed
for young children (ages 2.5 to 7 years old) with disruptive and/or oppositional behaviors.
During PCIT therapy, therapists teach parents to use effective behavior management
and discipline techniques with their young children.
Click here for more information about PCIT.
CDC Domestic Violence Information
Pennsylvania Department of Health
Childhood Obesity Information
CDC Overweight and Obesity Information
Alcoholics Anonymous for Eastern Pennsylvania
Alcoholics Anonymous for Western Pennsylvania
Is Your Life Affected By Someone’s Drinking?
Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Locator
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
Is Your Life Affected By Someone’s Drug Abuse?
Deaf, Deafblind and Hard of Hearing
Health Information for people who are Deaf, Deafblind and hard of hearing
Other Mental Health Information
Children and Adults with ADHD
National Institute of Mental Health
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Mental Health America