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Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health Professionals provide essential services in many different care settings, and work with many different patient populations. Caring for individuals requiring mental/behavioral health care, with developmental disorders or histories of substance abuse and/or addiction, Behavioral Health workers must be able to demonstrate unique skill sets which set this Career Pathway apart from other direct care occupations.
 
Students in the Training Fund’s Behavioral Health programs work towards a number of different credentials, from occupational certificates through Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees. Wherever you’re at in YOUR Behavioral Health career, we’re here to help you advance.
 
Call or visit us today to start planning YOUR Behavioral Health Career Pathway.

Explore the tables below to learn more.

SEMI-SKILLED POSITION
Peer Support Specialist High School Diploma or GED®
1ST LEVEL CERTIFICATION
Behavioral Health Technician 9-months (part-time) Certificate program 501 openings / year in the Delaware Valley
MID LEVEL CERTIFICATION
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Worker 30-credit certificate from Philadelphia University 631 openings / year in the Delaware Valley
PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
Associate’s Degree: Human Services Certificate articulates with Philadelphia University
Bachelor and Master-level degrees Certificate articulates with Philadelphia University
Administration