5712 Iroquois Avenue, Harborcreek, PA 16421 • P: 814.899.7664 • F: 814.899.3075

Our Mission

Using Sanctuary practices and principles, we help youth and families overcome adversity and build positive futures within a safe, Christian environment that respects and promotes individuality and strengthens community.

Catholic Charities

Harborcreek Youth Services is affiliated with Catholic Charities, Diocese of Erie. Admissions, provision of services, and client referrals are made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency), age, or sex.
 
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Erie

Our Program

Harborcreek Youth Services is a fully accredited child and family social service agency recognized for achieving the highest standards of professional practice in child residential and family preservation and treatment services through our PRTF, MST and CRR-Host Home programs.

Our 2014 Annual Report

Click here to view Harborcreek Youth Services' 2014 Annual Report in PDF format. If you'd prefer a paper copy, please contact us at 814-899-7664.
 
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Welcome to Harborcreek Youth Services 

Harborcreek Youth Services (HYS) was founded in 1911 and has a history of service to the community that spans over 100 years.  HYS provides a range of residential and in-home services to children and their families.  The HYS Residential program accepts youth from multiple counties throughout the state of Pennsylvania who are in need of intensive and effective therapeutic services.  Our Multisystemic Therapy Program and the CRR-Host Home program accept youth from Erie County.  

Residential Treatment Services

Multisystemic 
Therapy Services (MST) 

Community Residential 
Rehabilitation (CRR) Host Home Treatment Services 

The agency is a fully accredited child and family social service agency in compliance with all statutory requirements set by the Department of Public Welfare (DPW) and the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS). 

These requirements are consistent with agency efforts over the past decade in prioritizing the delivery of science-based services, including the Sanctuary Model of Care and  Trauma-Informed Care Practice Models. 

We have implemented a new client health information system and continue our commitment to client confidentiality and improved internal processes while adhering to strict HIPPA regulations.  We will also continue our Performance and Quality Improvement Program of extensive data collection and outcome measurement for all agency sites and programs.

We are grateful to be part of this community and for your support as we work to help kids and their families succeed.

Please contact us with any questions you may have.