Thank you for visiting our website to learn more about The Horsham Clinic.
The Horsham Clinic has enjoyed a longstanding reputation throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania for providing quality care and treatment to individuals with behavioral health disorders. We have been in the same location in Ambler, Pa. for more than 60 years. Through a tradition of compassionate care, and innovative treatment we have remained true to our vision of providing treatment to meet the individual needs of children, adolescents, adults, older adults and their families suffering from emotional and behavioral problems and the effects of chemical dependency.
We have a total of 206 licensed acute beds, and are one of the largest providers of acute inpatient services in Southeastern Pennsylvania. All of our acute inpatient services are provided at our sprawling 55-acre campus in Ambler, Montgomery County.
The Horsham Clinic also provides treatment services in Broomall, Delaware County and Coatesville, Chester County where we operate acute child and adolescent day hospital programs.
We take great pride in offering exceptional access to care 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Our Assessment and Referral Center is staffed around the clock with a psychiatrist and other mental health professionals who are available by telephone or face-to-face meetings to provide comprehensive assessments with treatment recommendations.
At Horsham, our greatest assets are the clinicians and psychiatrists that work collaboratively as a multi-disciplinary team to treat the individual needs of every client we serve. Our medical staff is made up of 25 psychiatrists who have specialized training and are board certified in the treatment of children, teens, adult and older adults with behavioral health and addictive disease disorders. Our clinical staff is comprised of social workers, psychiatric nurses, counselors, teachers, certified addiction counselors and allied therapists.
I am a clinical social worker and have been working in the behavioral health field for more than 30 years. It is wonderful to see all the advances that have been made in the mental health and substance abuse fields both with new medication and new therapies. The often debilitating effects of mental illness, can now with proper treatment afford individuals the ability to live full and productive lives. If you or someone you know is suffering from a behavioral health disorder, I encourage you to seek treatment for yourself or your loved one so that you can enjoy life to its fullest.
Phyllis Weisfield, MSW
Chief Executive Officer