Restoring hope with dignity
  • Coronavirus2

    JJPI offers both in-person (onsite) services and telehealth (virtual) services for outpatient participants. Please talk with your clinician about what makes the most sense for you.

  • Continuing Medicaid Coverage

    As the COVID-19 pandemic ends, waivers that prevented Medicaid recipients from having to annually re-certify are ending and many people are at risk for losing coverage. To update your information to ensure continued Medicaid coverage through the state of PA, click here.

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    Joseph J. Peters Institute is one of the few agencies in the country that offers a comprehensive approach to trauma by addressing the entire cycle of abuse. Learn more.

Service Information

Onsite vs Telehealth: Participants are able to state a preference for whether in-person, telehealth, or a combination of both works best for them. New participants should talk to intake staff and/or their assigned intake evaluator about their preference for receiving on-site or telehealth services at their intake session.

Emergencies: If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services' crisis line by dialing 988 (the new national mental health crisis number) or 215-685-6440 (available 24 hours per day) or visit this website for more options.