Adult Services

Adult group therapy
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Outpatient Mental Health for Adults

Outpatient mental health therapy is the least restrictive level of mental health services. At CCC, outpatient therapy is often the entry level of treatment and includes assessment, goal setting, individual and group therapies. Utilizing proven evidence-based therapies, our therapists are trained in a variety of general and specialized services. Some of these include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Rational Emotive Therapy. Couples and structural family are also available.
Autism and Developmental Disability Services:
CCC provides a continuum of services to young children through adults, both in-home and clinic-based, utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy, the recognized gold-standard in the treatment of autism. Applied behavior analysis is the process of systematically applying interventions based upon the principles of learning theory to improve socially significant behaviors to a meaningful degree, and to demonstrate that the interventions employed are responsible for the improvement in behavior (Baer, Wolf & Risley, 1968; Sulzer-Azaroff & Mayer, 1991). Our clinicians provide functional behavioral assessments, advanced behavior planning and discrete trail training, under the direction of two Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s). Our Behavior Analysts work with family members to assist them with the use of ABA strategies in the home, and to identify meaningful goals and objectives, treatment strategies and activities, and with the important monitoring of progress. 

Often mental health treatment requires psychotropic medication in order to achieve maximum benefit. In most cases, a combination of therapy and medication management is recommended as best practice. Our psychiatrists are available to provide these services as needed. Through our wide continuum of agency programs we can provide the most effective treatment to promote recovery. It is our belief that all individuals can recover and lead healthy and fulfilling lives and become productive members of their own community.

Outpatient Addiction Services

Chemical and process addictions are a rapidly growing concern in our society. Using proven evidence-based therapies, CCC provides outpatient services for addicted individuals who meet criteria for an outpatient treatment setting. Services can range from individual sessions weekly to Intensive Outpatient services three times per week, for several hours depending on the severity of the addiction.
Treatment goals are tailored to meet the individual’s needs based on the biopsychosocial assessment in collaboration with the person. Typically, the therapeutic treatments used include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and 12 step facilitation. Treatment is provided in individual, group and family modalities.
Additionally, addictions are often accompanied by mental health issues. If needed, referrals to the psychiatrist for psychotropic medication management can be made.
Lastly, CCC also has a Suboxone Treatment (counseling only) Program for the treatment of Opioid addiction.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs

This program provides opportunities for persons with mental disorders to develop the necessary skills to promote and maintain integration into the community.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation consists of daily sessions and activities during which clients interact with peers and staff. They learn to live independently to become aware of the natural supports and community resources. Through regular structured involvement, individuals can increase their work, social, and symptom management skills better enabling them to maintain community integration and tenure. Using a variety of activities both on and off site, participants move forward with their life. Employment, volunteer work, and independent living are commonly cited goals among the clients.
A recent innovative addition to our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Group schedule is the inclusion of a Group Movie Program conducted by Justin Disko, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Specialist. This unique group utilizes copyright secured movies and film clips to facilitate discussions related to the four Functional Domains/Goals of Psychiatric Rehabilitation which include the Living, Learning, Working, and Social environments of the group participants. Through discussions of the characters and their actions and reactions in the movie clips, the group members are able to draw parallels in their own lives and consider various options for their own problem solution in the four domain areas. This distinctive recovery-oriented approach to Psychiatric Rehabilitation has been very well received by our service participants. The Movie Group has been offered twice per week during the usual 8-week schedule of sessions.
Life enrichment and social opportunities are important aspects of the program. Psychiatric Rehabilitation strives to provide a supportive environment in which persons can learn and grow.
Recreational and socialization opportunities are available during evenings and weekends. Consumers come together in a safe haven at the consumer operated Drop-In Center, "Our Friends Place".

Residential Services

Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR)

CRR is a Transitional Residential Housing Program which provides 24 hour staff supervision and medication monitoring. The goal of the CRR is to provide a healthy supportive environment to break the pattern of continued re-hospitalization and to assist residents in their recovery journey.
Fairweather Lodge

The Fairweather Lodge Program is designed for those who currently possess the skills to live independently and have a willingness to live in a group environment. The lodges provide the opportunity for members to share in the work and financial responsibilities of a home and build the skills and confidence to fully embrace their recovery.
Personal Care Boarding Home (PCBH)

This service provides a higher level of care for individuals who currently are unable to live independently. The PCBH offers individuals the opportunity to have daily living skills provided for them in a clean, safe, home-like setting. Staff are available 24/7 to provide meals, laundry and cleaning services.
Supportive Housing

The Supportive Housing Program provides services to individuals who are living independently in the community. The program provides daily living skills training so individuals may maintain their independence in the community.

Vocational Services

"We do whatever it takes!"
Community Counseling Center's vocational services help individuals with disabilities find and keep gainful employment. The largest disability group served are behavioral health consumers; however, we also serve the blind or visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing, physically disabled and developmentally disabled.
What types of Vocational Services are provided?
Services vary depending on the client's needs. In the past, we have helped individuals develop basic to professional job skills with behavioral health issues needing only after work support. Services are delivered based on need and include, but are not limited to, Pre-Vocational Training, Job Development and Job Coaching.
Pre-Vocational Training
This includes: job matching, planning for needed accommodations, applications, how to job search, dealing with stress, work relationships, impact of income on PDW/SSA benefits, transportation issues, transitional employment (temporary employment to gauge reliability, interest, etc.)
Job Development
This includes: leads, job center orientation, resume/cover letters development, disability rights, our staff will market clients with employers, offer tax incentives to employers, educate employers on the Adults with Disabilities Act (ADA), offer sensitivity training to co-workers.
Job Coaching
This includes: accompanying the candidate to the work site, providing job training, checklists and task analysis, negotiating accommodations, providing support, fading from the worksite when a client is able to work independently instead of on-site support, before or after work, to reduce stigma.
18 years of age or older and have a disability

How do clients get started?
A client wanting to start work or re-enter the job force after a gap (no matter how long) must start the process by calling OVR. An initial interview leads to psychological testing, vocational and occupational assessments and a referral.
A client may simply call vocational services, Employment Resource Specialists, and they will aid the client from the beginning. Contact us at 724-981-7471.
Employment Resource Specialists (ERS)
"We guarantee our employees will work successfully with your company."
ERS is an employment placement service that offers many benefits to both the potential employer and potential employee.
ERS will help you find the best possible person suited to your specific employment requirements. ERS will also provide on the job training for each individual we assist in placing with your company.
Benefits to the Employer
  • FREE screening of potential employees
  • FREE initial interviewing
  • FREE on the job training
  • FREE follow up monitoring for the duration of employment
  • Hiring an ERS candidate will aid you in complying with Federal employment regulations
  • Federal targeted job tax credits may be available to the hiring company
Our specialized services are FREE of charge to our corporate customers. We will help you through all of the time-consuming and costly chores of screening, interviewing, and training of potential new employees.
Guaranteed Satisfaction
A critical guiding principle of this agency is the emphasis on employer satisfaction. Continuous contact between the employer, the employee, and the employment specialist both during and following the training period allows for helpful feedback, a productive work atmosphere and a successful job placement.
By providing ongoing work performance assessment and long term follow up, we assure that the responsibilities of the job will be successfully maintained.
Mission Statement
To provide supported employment to Mercer County and the surrounding Ohio borders while at the same time assisting disabled individuals integrate themselves back into the work force.
Sponsoring Agencies
PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
PA Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
Contact Information
2201 E State Street, Sharon, PA 16148
Phone: 724-981-7141
Fax: 724-981-6198

Peer Support Services

Peer Support Services are unique in that they are provided by persons who have identified themselves as living with a mental illness. This means the service participant and the provider are working together as equals. Peer providers are “certified” and trained in important topics such as active listening and confidentiality. Services take place at a time (including evenings and weekends) and place (home, coffee shop, park, Drop-in Center, etc.) convenient for the service participant. Peer Support Services focus on positive goals chosen voluntarily by the service participant. People who have worked with our Certified Peer Specialists have chosen the following as some of their goals: 
  • Wellness – being as healthy as I can
  • Self-advocacy – having a voice in my treatment
  • Making friends I can count on
  • Getting and keeping a job I want
  • Self-esteem – liking myself
  • Knowing what services, groups, and activities can help me
  • Finding a place to live
  • Learning how to get around town
  • Any other positive goal I choose
Any adult with a severe mental illness can participate in Peer Support Services. There are no out-of-pocket costs for Peer Support Services. For more information, call our Hermitage office at 724-981-7141 and ask for extension 180.

West Central Center for the Deaf

West Central Center for the Deaf (WCCD) is a direct service and consultative center instituted to support the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community, Organizations serving children and adults, Mobile Mental Health for Adults and Psychiatric services which includes Telepsychiatry for general public throughout west central Pennsylvania. WCCD provides community based mental health services to D/HH individuals and families that include behavioral health rehabilitation services (BHRS), outpatient counseling and psychiatric services. WCCD also provides community outreach and general information concerning deafness, deaf culture, ADA law, sign language classes and interpreter referral.
WCCD services are provided in the office and community settings. Please click here to view the WCCD website!

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