Our LCSC is approaching the end of year two of the three-year initiative with 10 public and private mental healthcare
The demand for behavioral healthcare for youth and children in Lancaster County is high. Primary care providers struggle to make
Has the pandemic put more youth and children at risk of addiction? In a survey completed by the Addiction Policy Forum, 24% percent of respondents indicated that their
In response to accelerated need for mental healthcare, Lancaster Cares issued a grant to LOHF to broaden eligibility for its free Mental Health Copay Assistance program. The program expanded beyond the previous restrictions of ages 0-25 and those with dependent children to include any county resident whose income is impacted by COVID-19. LOHF has also collaborated with Mental Health America of Lancaster County (MHA) to include LOHF’s copay program in MHA’s bundle of free mental health services.
By Anna Kennedy, Executive Director One of the ways we elevate the mental well-being of youth and children in
Children who experience adversity and trauma have an increased risk of developing heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, and even some cancers.
LOHF recently convened a discussion with our grantees regarding access to mental health services for youth during their transition to