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50 Beech Dr, Norristown, PA 19403

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State: Pennsylvania
Address: 50 Beech Dr, Norristown, PA 19403
Zip code: 19403
Phone: (610) 279-6100


  • Anthony Sclafani

    (February 9, 2018, 5:14 pm)

    I'm a two-time "alumnus" of Building 50. Yes, the scenery is bleak. More than bleak, it's awful. It's uncomfortable. It's drab. Cold and unwelcoming. The food is pitiable. I have celiac disease and their inability to accommodate my dietary needs is quite sad. But, I don't really fault MCES itself with all this. They are doing the best they can with very limited resources and a nationwide trend that believes in kicking the can down the road with regards to psychiatric treatment.

    There was a staff overhaul a few years back and the quality of care has improved. I guess I'm biased as I credit MCES with saving my life. The quality of care from the staff was phenomenal. I'll take that over creature comforts, if I have to choose.

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610-279-6100 or toll free 1-800-452-4189 MCES is a free-standing, non-profit, behavioral health service provider serving southeastern Pennsylvania residents and other communities since 1974.

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MCES Mobile Crisis Intervention Service Phone (610) 279-6100 Fax (610) 279-4251 The Mobile Crisis Team also provides intensive case management services to a targeted group of consumers. Consumers will be maintained on the caseload for approximately three months to ensure stability and integration into the traditional mental health system.

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7 Phone: 610-279-6100 TRIGGERS Sam was very depressed and suicidal after a cocaine binge. He had stopped the medications for his Bipolar illness a few weeks before because he felt so good.

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