About the Horsham Clinic
For more than 60 years, The Horsham Clinic in Ambler, Pa. has helped children, teens, adults and older adults manage and overcome a number of mental health issues at its 55-acre campus in suburban Philadelphia.
The Horsham Clinic is committed to providing quality behavioral health care services that effectively and efficiently meets the individual needs of every patient from the population we serve. We are committed to restoring every patient’s emotional well-being through interdisciplinary clinical programs and care that are provided by highly skilled professionals.
At Horsham, we recognize that each person has a unique pathway to recovery. We embrace the principles of recovery and resiliency and include them in the treatment planning process and care delivery system. We encourage the patients we serve to help them lead, control and exercise choice in the care they receive here at The Horsham Clinic. We encourage patients to grow and learn from their treatment, as well as develop their full potential to enjoy their quality of life with families, friends and within their community.
The Horsham Clinic is located on a beautiful 55-acre suburban campus in Ambler, Pa. in Montgomery County, near Philadelphia. The Horsham Clinic offers inpatient hospitalization services for children, adolescents, adults and older adults, and partial hospitalization services for children, teenagers and adults at its Ambler campus.
We also offer partial hospitalization services for children and teens at satellite locations in Bristol, Pa. in Bucks County, and Broomall, Pa in Delaware County.
Conditions We Treat
The professional staff at The Horsham Clinic has helped people manage and overcome a number of mental health conditions, including:
- Acute psychotic disorder
- Acute and chronic depression
- Adjustment and grief reactions
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Behavioral changes
- Behavior disorders associated with children and teens
- Chemical dependency/Dual diagnosis
- Mood disorders
- Panic attacks
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Social withdrawal
- Suicidal thoughts and impulses
- Trauma – emotional, physical and sexual