How to Access Our Services Warwick House
Warwick Intensive Family Based Program
The Warwick Family Based Program is a contracted provider with Magellan Behavioral Health and Community Behavioral Health (CCBH) for the Pennsylvania Medical Assistance Managed Care Program. Our program is available to residents of Berks, Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware and Lehigh Counties.
Before services can be initiated, prior authorization must be obtained. Services will be approved if the client/family satisfy coverage guidelines established by PA Medical Assistance, Magellan or CCBH. To obtain additional information or learn more about available coverage, please contact us at 267-525-7004.
Specialized IBHS Program
Autism and Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Comprehensive Autism Evaluation, Testing and Diagnosis for Children and Adolescents ages 3 to 21.
In Pennsylvania, the provision of services may be covered and reimbursable either directly through the Department of Public Welfare (Medical Assistance) through a contract with either a medicaid behavioral health managed care organization or a commercial payor. We are contracted with Community Behavioral Health (CBH), Magellan and Community Care Behavioral Health (CCBH) which are Health Choices Managed Care Organizations.
Prior to the initiation of services, pre-approval/prior authorization must be granted, which occurs on a case-by-case basis, subject to the client meeting established coverage guidelines. In Pennsylvania, children who meet these coverage guidelines are eligible to receive services without regard to family income.
Pennsylvania participating commercial health insurance carriers are now required by regulation to provide their subscribers with up to $36,000 of coverage for autism related services each year. Please contact us at 267-525-7000 to learn more about how this may benefit you.
Currently, we provide specialized wraparound services and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) in Philadelphia and Bucks counties through our contracts with the Department of Public Welfare (Medical Assistance) and the Medical Assistance Managed Care Organizations Community Behavioral Health (CBH) and Magellan Health Choices.
Please contact us at 267-525-7000 to learn if we can help.
Applied Behavior Analysis
What Is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?
ABA is a set of principles based in learning and behavior. It stems from the idea that a person’s behavior is the result of past learning and the current environment.
ABA is evidence-based, which means it has met standards of scientific testing, including its effectiveness and usefulness.
ABA is considered a “best practice” treatment by the U.S. Surgeon General and is endorsed by many other organizations including The Autism Society of America, The National Institute of Mental Health, and The American Academy of Pediatrics.
Some common strategies used in ABA include positive reinforcement, prompting, modeling, generalization, and breaking tasks into small steps.
What Can ABA Do?
- Reduce Challenging Behaviors
Tantrum, aggression, self-injury, repetitive behaviors, noncompliance, and more.
- Teach Important Skills
Communication, social skills, tolerance, daily living tasks, community safety and involvement, and more.
MCC offers ABA services for individuals through age 21 with Autism Spectrum Disorder and related disorders. Types of services include:
- In-home services
- Center-based programming
- Social skills groups
- Caregiver training
ABA is covered by Pennsylvania Medical Assistance as managed through Community Behavioral Health (CBH), Magellan, and Community Care Behavioral Health as well as many private insurance plans for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
In New Jersey, we are contracted with Burlington, Camden and Mercer Counties through the division of Child and Family Services and Perform Care to provide ABA services under their intensive In-Home behavioral services program.
Our ABA Team
MCC Inc. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services include a team of highly trained, specialized professionals dedicated to helping
families make meaningful behavior changes.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
The BCBA is the team leader. The BCBA is responsible for completing assessments, designing behavior reduction and skill acquisition programming, analyzing data and progress, and supervising 1:1 staff.
Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT)
The RBT is the 1:1 staff who works with your child and family to implement programming goals and collect ongoing data to measure progress and outcomes.
BCBAs and RBTs meet all education, experience, training, and ethics requirements of the Behavior Analyst Certification in addition to all state requirements.
Please call us at 267-525-7000 and ask for the ABA Department to see if we can help.
MCC Child and Family Centered Outpatient Clinic
- Our Outpatient program offers a comprehensive approach to treatment for children ages 3 to 21 and their families. We also provide outpatient therapy services for Adults.
- This program can be helpful in addressing a wide range of issues and challenging behaviors. Our staff can offer professional guidance, hope and compassion to our clients and families.
- Consistent with a “best practices” approach, each clinician possesses specialized expertise and utilizes a “strength based” approach that includes family and community collaboration to support children, families and adults to realize maximum clinical gains.
Services offered include:
- Individual Therapy for Children and Adolescents
- School Based Outpatient Therapy for Children, Adolescents and Families
- Family Therapy
- Individual or Couples Therapy for Adults
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Psychological Testing
- Medication Management
Please call us at 267-525-7001 to schedule an appointment
Comprehensive Outpatient Behavioral Health Program
What to expect from MCC?
Caring and highly skilled staff of licensed clinical social workers, professional counselors, and family therapists
- Individualized treatment with an emphasis on evidence based interventions
- Trauma Informed treatment approaches
- Systemic treatment philosophy with a focus on collaboration and involvement with identified support systems within the family and community
- Ongoing collaboration between psychiatrists and clinicians
- Psychiatric services including evaluations and ongoing medication management
- Flexible scheduling
- Prompt response to inquiries typically within 24 hours of initial contact and intake appointments scheduled within 7 days
We can address a wide range of issues and challenges including:
- Adjustment to Change/Life Transitions
- Anxiety and Depression
- Anger Management
- Loss and Grief
- Relationships and Sexuality
- Stress Management
Services offered include:
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Psychiatric Evaluation
- Medication Management
Please call us at 267-525-7001 and ask for the ABA Department to see if we can help.