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MHAM 2024 | CSG

Beyond MHAW: Supporting Mental Health Awareness All Year Round May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a designated time to shed light on the importance of mental well-being and break down the stigma surrounding mental health challenges. We’ve enjoyed sharing some of our expert tips and advice on how to #StartAConversation and be a supporter, but […]

Autism FAQs | CSG

Autism: Demystifying the Spectrum with FAQs Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex neurodevelopmental condition that affects information processing, social interaction, and behavior.  Autism is not an intellectual disability. While it can present in a wide range of ways, there’s often a lot of confusion and unanswered questions surrounding autism. CSG Program Director, Mary Beth […]

Capitol Day 2024 | CSG

Capitol Day 2024: CSG Joins RCPA for a Day of Advocacy On March 19th, 2024, the Rehabilitation & Community Providers Association (RCPA) held its annual Capitol Day in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. This event brought together advocates, providers, and legislators to discuss crucial issues impacting the state’s healthcare landscape, particularly focusing on mental health, intellectual and developmental […]

IDD Career Development | CSG

Opportunities for IDD Career Development CSG is continually exploring and implementing opportunities to help foster career development and employee growth across all programs. The work we do at CSG is extremely rewarding, but it takes passion and commitment to lifelong learning and self-improvement.  Through our local and national organizations that help provide courses and support […]

DBT Programs (DBT) FAQs | CSG

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT):Frequently Asked Questions Individuals living with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder can greatly benefit from Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and experience overall improvement in mental health and wellbeing. Read more to see some of the most commonly asked questions about this program and how it can help! 1. What is DBT? […]

Internship Program | CSG

Is an Internship at CSG Right for Me? Mental health and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) services are critical components of healthcare, and have also become important topics within the home and workplace. As students and professionals begin to explore the possibilities of a career path in these fields, an internship can be the perfect […]

New Adolescent Residential Treatment Facility: Now Open | CSG

CSG Opens its First Adolescent Residential Treatment Facility in Lancaster We’re excited to announce that CSG is opening its first Adolescent Residential Treatment Facility.  This new facility will allow us to provide the much-needed support to individuals aged 14 to 18 (up to 21 for those still enrolled in secondary education) dealing with more severe […]

Mental Health First Aid Training | CSG

The Importance of Mental Health First Aid Mental health conditions continue to affect a large part of the population, and according to the World Health Organization, as many as 1 in 4 individuals will experience a mental health challenge in their lifetime. Whether it be in an office, at home or at school, having someone […]

Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) | CSG

Individuals who are dealing with more severe or intense mental health conditions often assume the only treatment is inpatient hospitalization. For some this may be true, but many times there is another option that provides more independence and flexibility: Partial Hospitalization Programs. What is a Partial Hospitalization Program? A Partial Hospitalization Program, or a “PHP”, […]

Lifesharing | CSG

BUILD A MEANINGFUL CONNECTION WITH LIFESHARING Lifesharing is a program that connects individuals living with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) with a caring person or family who opens their hearts and homes, creating a nurturing environment for them to share their lives. If you’ve been considering Lifesharing as a way to care for someone you […]