At COMHAR, we understand care that is bicultural, not just bilingual, is essential to providing a truly comfortable and therapeutic environment for our clients.
In order to provide a high-level of service to Philadelphia’s Spanish speaking populations, our Latino Treatment Program (LTP) at 2600 N. American Street in North Philadelphia is fully staffed with counselors and staff who come directly from the community. We take pride in offering culturally relevant support services for both children and adults with a wide range of needs.
See our full range of services below:
Walk-ins are welcome at our 2600 N. American Street location.
Monday - Friday
8:00am to 9:00pm
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Phone: (215) 739-2669
Family Outpatient Evaluation and Counseling
COMHAR offers outpatient evaluation and counseling for children, adults and families whose primary language is Spanish. Services include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, family therapy, individual and group therapy for children, all with heavy focus on building familial strength and community support.
For more information, call COMHAR Central Registration at 267-861-4382, walk into our center at 2600 N. American Street, or via e-mail.
HOPE Latino Community Integrated Recovery Center (CIRC):
This specialized CIRC program also known as Hispanic Effective Living Program (HELP) is designed to meet the behavioral health needs of members of the Latino community. This full-day program provide psychiatric supports in an inclusive community environment where members learn to socialize with peers, practice new skills, partake in stimulating activities, and engage in counseling and group therapy sessions.
For more information, please contact our HOPE Latino program at 215-739-2669.
Latino Art & Recovery Program:
Our HOPE Latino program features weekly art classes for all program participants. COMHAR believes meaningful artistic expression can be the most therapeutic activity a person can engage in. HOPE program participants work with our art instructor to create their own original works of art. You will find much of this work hung on walls throughout COMHAR facilities or in private collections.