• Provider 29 Outpatient Clinic
    The primary objective of the CLIU #21 Provider 29 Outpatient Clinic is to increase the level of client functioning and provide support and assistance in the development of adaptive skills in order for the client to function positively in their family, school or community.
    Medication Management and/or Outpatient Individual & Family Counseling Services can be provided to persons with chronic or acute mental health disorders that require active outpatient treatment. Strong interagency collaboration with other mental health agencies, human service agencies and schools will exist in order to establish strong, responsible continuity of care connections.
    For More Information on the Provider 29 Outpatient Clinic, please contact Sue Schaeffer at 610-769-4111 ext. 2234
    Rehabilitation for Empowerment, Natural Supports, Education and Work (RENEW)
    RENEW is a structured school-to-career transition planning and individualized wraparound process for youth with emotional and behavioral challenges. Developed in 1996 by staff at the Institute on Disability (IOD), RENEW is being provided by schools, community mental health centers, community-based providers, and IOD staff members to youth. The model focuses on supporting each youth to design and pursue a plan for the transition from school to adult life. RENEW has substantially increased the high school completion, employment, and post-secondary education participation rates among our most vulnerable youth.
    Work Based Learning Program (WBL)
    The CLIU #21 Work Experience Program serves approximately 180 students a year, providing community-based work site exploration and competitive opportunities. The program also offers independent living experiences and specific job skill training to assist students in transitioning to adult life. There are approximately 165 local businesses and agencies that the CLIU #21's Work Based Learning Program will partner with to help carry out our mission of Helping Children Learn!