CSG Greets Black Dog Riders

CSG Greets Black Dog Riders

CSG recently welcomed the Black Dog Riders to York. The Black Dog Ride is a cross-country motorcycle tour whose mission is to raise awareness for depression and suicide. On their first tour of the U.S., the goal of the Black Dog Ride was to raise awareness and funds for Mental Health First Aid USA training for veterans and first responders. 

The Black Dog Ride was founded by Steve Andrews in 2009 following the sudden and tragic suicides of his mother and his best friend’s wife, Anna Michael, who silently struggled with depression for years leading up to her death. Since then, the Black Dog Ride has completed 5 tours in Australia and has raised more than $1.7 million for mental health and suicide prevention services in Australia. This year, the Black Dog Ride is completing its first-ever tour of the United States to raise funds for Mental Health First Aid USA—an eight-hour training designed to help people notice when someone may be struggling with a mental health issue, and give them the tools they need to reach out and offer support and resources. 

For more information on the Black Dog Ride Across America, visit www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/cs/black-dog-ride.

For more information on Mental Health First Aid, visit www.MentalHealthFirstAid.org.

 

Community Services Group to Expand Services in Mill Hall

New Location to Provide Outpatient Mental Health Services

Mountville, Pa. (Sept. 11, 2015) – Community Services Group (CSG) recently announced that it has opened a new outpatient location in Mill Hall in Clinton County. The new facility is at 7930 Nittany Valley Drive, Mill Hall, PA and will provide mental health services to individuals experiencing emotional, relational and behavioral problems. CSG also has mental health outpatient practices in Williamsport, Harrisburg and Lancaster.

CSG is expanding its services in Clinton County to better meet the needs of the community. The new Mill Hall location replaces a smaller office that had been in Lock Haven. CSG is accepting new patients at Mill Hall and the other practices in Williamsport, Harrisburg and Lancaster.

CSG outpatient practices provide individualized, outpatient services that promote independence and support complete wellness, including: individual, marital, family and group therapy, medication management, psychotherapy, psychiatric evaluations, employee assistance programs (EAP) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

“We are excited to announce the expansion of our outpatient mental health services,” said Aimee Tsikitas, Director of Treatment Services for Community Services Group. “We are committed to empowering individuals through quality care and support, and are looking forward to making a difference in Clinton County.”

The new facility will provide similar services as the Williamsport location. Outpatient staff consists of psychiatrists, licensed clinicians, mental health professionals and licensed practical nurses dedicated to offering support, guidance and practical interventions to individuals with varied needs.