Referral Portal

Support Coordinators Referral Portal

As parents and caregivers of a loved one with an intellectual/developmental (I/DD) disability, we understand you are required to provide care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Archway has over thirty years of expertise serving individuals with I/DD. Our staff is committed to providing individualized care and will advocate for your loved one, ensuring they receive the highest quality of care. Families now have the ability to choose services for their loved ones. Support coordinators receive referrals from Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD). Archway Programs is an approved fee-for-service (FFS) Medicaid Provider and is accepting placement/service for referrals. Online referrals can be made by clicking on the ‘SC Referral Form’ button below. For more information, please contact Mickie Patetta, Director of Human Services, by phone at 856.767.5757 Ext. 374 or by email at mickie.patetta@archwayprograms.org.

We know that the process is sometimes overwhelming and always changing. Archway is here to help you along the way. Below are some helpful resources that might be helpful for families.

Adult Partial Care Referral Portal

The Adult Counseling and Therapy (ACT) Program is an out-patient partial care day program for adults living with a mental illness. Adults eligible for this program must have an Axis I diagnosis, be at least 18 years of age, demonstrate the need to qualify for partial care services, and be in our serving counties (Camden/Gloucester). Referrals are accepted from any source, and Medicaid is the primary source for payment. To see if the ACT Program is the right fit for you or your consumer, please call us at 856.582.3900. You can also make an online referral by clicking on the ‘Adult PC Referral Form’ below. For more information, please contact Amy Miller, Program Supervisor of the ACT Program, by phone at 856.582.3900 or by email at amy.miller@archwayprograms.org.

Youth Partial Care Referral Portal

The Youth Partial Care Programs, HOPE and DISCOVER, are both located at Archway’s Washington Township location. Children eligible for the HOPE Program must be between 5-12 years of age with behavior and/or emotional issues that cause interference in their daily living.Youth eligible for the DISCOVER Program, must be between 12-18 years of age. Referrals to the HOPE/DISCOVER programs come from, but are not limited to: DCP, Child Study Teams, Case Managers, Families and Probation. To see if the Archway’s Partial Care Youth programs are the right fit for your child, student, or client, please call us at 856.582.3900. You can also make an online referral by clicking on the ‘Youth PC Referral Form’ below. For more information, please contact Jay Montague, Clinical Director of HOPE/DISCOVER, by phone at 856.582.3900 or by email at jay.montague@archwayprograms.org.

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