The Mercer County Behavioral Health Commission (MCBHC) is a private, non-profit organization that assists persons with drug and alcohol, mental health, and intellectual disability needs through the administration, coordination, and delivery of a service system committed to improving the quality of life of those served. MCBHC’s Case Management Services provide needs assessments, service planning, linkage to community supports and resources, service coordination and monitoring for individuals. Case management services are voluntary. Service planning builds on the strengths of the individual with the overall goal of improving the client’s independence in daily living. 


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Mercer County Camp K.I.D.S. (Keeping Involved Directly with Students) program is a comprehensive life skills prevention program that involves 5th and 6th grade students, parents, schools and communities. Prevention staff and camp staff work to help kids make positive decisions, strengthen peer relationships, solve problems, develop pro-social skills, broaden cultural awareness and teach age appropriate facts about drugs, alcohol and the effects on the brain.

Participating schools are Sharon City, West Middlesex, Lakeview, Commodore Perry, Jamestown, and Reynolds. This is a three week program filled with field trips and fun activities. Our staff begin prepping for the next year's Camp KIDS as soon as the current year's Camp is completed. Today and tomorrow, our Prevention Staff is engaged in training some young adult "recruits" who will help staff the activities for the entire three week session. I'm sharing some photos of today's training, full of enthusiasm, fun, and a little instruction! GO CAMP KIDS!
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CPA conference - let's commit to not using someone else's prescriptions, and to disposing of them properly! #PaPrevention

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At the CPA Conference in Penn State with PaStop • Stop Opiate Abuse Campaign Commonwealth Prevention Alliance #paprevention

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