Three divisions of RHA Health Services operate in Pennsylvania: Growth Horizons, PAHrtners Deaf Services, and Salisbury Behavioral Health. They provide a broad range of services to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, members of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing community, and people with mental health needs.
Growth Horizons serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Bucks and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania. We support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) to make choices, attain life goals, build relationships, and participate in community life. We start with the presumption that all people have the right and ability to make choices regarding the direction of their own lives, should be afforded the opportunity to form relationships within the community, and have the right to take risks and learn through life experiences.
PAHrtners Deaf Services
PAHrtners Deaf Services offers a wide range of behavioral, developmental and therapeutic support programs to Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals across Pennsylvania in an environment free of cultural or language barriers. The individuals we serve have behavioral health needs and/or intellectual disabilities. Most of our staff members are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Therefore, nearly all PAHrtners employees are fluent in American Sign Language and versed in Deaf culture.
Salisbury Behavioral Health
Salisbury Behavioral Health provides a broad range of mental health services children and adults in Pennsylvania. We are committed to providing person-centered services that are culturally competent, flexible, coordinated, accountable, and focused on individual’s strengths and values. Our goal is to work in partnership with people to empower them to make choices, attain life goals, build relationships, and participate in community life in the most integrated and independent manner possible. Each individual is treated with respect, dignity, courtesy, and equality. We seek to provide the opportunity for people to recover with the recognition that the recovery process is unique for each individual.