Outpatient counseling is offered in our Butler, Beaver Falls and Zelienople office sites. Outpatient counseling focuses on providing individualized care to utilize various treatment methods to meet an individual’s goals. Master’s level therapists use a variety of methods that may include individual, couples, family or group therapy. On-site psychiatric services are also available for both evaluation and medicine management purposes.

For more information about outpatient counseling, contact our outpatient referral coordinator at 724-452-4453, ext 1084 or referrals@gladerun.org.

Beaver Falls In Person Outpatient Groups Now Forming

In-Person Outpatient Groups in Beaver Falls Now Open for Referrals! Groups are ongoing – call to start any time.

Social Skills Groups in Beaver Falls Office:

Now accepting clients for this group in Beaver Falls for clients between the ages of 12-18 years old.  Boys Group will meet Thursdays from 3-4 p.m. (will move later when school starts) and Girls Group is TBD (possibly Tuesday or Wednesday after school).

“Life on Life’s Terms”  for adult women will meet on Thursdays 12-1:30 p.m. The group  will utilize a book and work in group.

If a client is uncomfortable coming to the office, remote options are available, limited to one remote person per group.

Glade Run’s Beaver Falls office is located at 1008 Seventh Avenue, Suite 210, Beaver Falls. Referrals can be made by contacting the Beaver Falls office at 724-843-0816 or by emailing referrals@gladerun.org.

Dear Mind Early Psychosis Intervention

Glade Run is pleased to participate in the Dear Mind Campaign, which identifies youth and young adults with a high clinical risk of psychosis with an outreach program delivered by Glade Run’s professional Beaver County staff.

Research shows that:

  • 50% of all mental illness has onset before age 14
  • 75% of mental illness begins by age 24
  • 50% of children with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) receive no treatment
  • Age of onset of psychosis is 12 – 26 years
  • Prodromal symptoms begin 2 years earlier
  • 37% with SMI drop out of school

Early treatment equals better outcomes. It can reduce the duration of untreated Serious Mental Illness and prevent the loss of educational and vocational opportunities. Participation in treatment also prevents relapse.

Individuals can reduce the duration of untreated Serious Mental Illness with early screening treatment, providing hope for recovery, resuming age appropriate social and educational activities, and supporting education and employment goals.

Glade Run is here to help. Referrals to this service can be made by contacting Glade Run at (724) 452,4453, ext. 1084 or referrals@gladerun.org.