inspiring hope and healthy living
by providing behavioral health and wellness services one person at a time.


These days we hear the phrase “It’s ok not to be ok” a lot.  While there is still a stigma surrounding mental health issues, we have come a long way and people are more open to share their experience and/or accept those who share, rather than judge or shame them. 
Seussical the Musical was a huge success!  The 8th Annual event, hosted by the Bill Gladstone Group of NAI CIR, is an exclusive live performance for children with special needs and their families. It is a free and fun family activity in a supportive and understanding environment, with comfortable lighting
Jayne Wildasin, Manager of Crisis Intervention, York and Adams CountiesQuick Overview:Crisis Intervention is the backbone to many services at TrueNorth Wellness Services, supporting all of the programs by providing follow up care to all the clients we serve.  Crisis can be a standalone service, in that many people just need
Another school year is here. New classes, new friends, new adventures. And, new concerns. We send our kids out the door, to a new chapter of life, hoping we’ve properly prepared them for what they will encounter. But, have we? Did we cover all the bases? When was the last
Sabrina Valente, MA – Program DirectorQuick Overview:Family-Based is an important part of the continuum of care of services provided at TrueNorth Wellness because we work to help families stay together and to increase the emotional wellness of everyone in the family.Recent Accomplishments:All Family-Based staff are required to complete a three-year,