• Large Print

Anger Management

    Results: 8

  • Asociacion de Puertoquenos MedicalClinic
    Phone: (215) 426-1077
    Address: 3263 North Front Street Philadelphia, PA 19140 view map

    APM maintains three behavioral health clinics delivering professional, culturally sensitive treatment and prevention services to more than 2,000 City residents without geographic restriction. All services offer bilingual diagnoses and treatment for their community's mental health issues. All APM Men...
  • Assessment & Treatment Alternatives: TAP Program
    Phone: (215) 405-2100
    Address: 1241 Vine Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 view map

    Assessment & Treatment Alternatives (ATA) is a non-profit, Forensic Mental Health Clinic. ATA specializes in the assessment and treatment formulation for children, adolescents and adults with severe emotional and behavioral problems who are involved in the legal system. Provides a range of forensic ...
  • Menergy
    Phone: (215) 242-2235
    Address: 7500 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19119 view map

    Evaluation of risk and abuse need not include physical violence to be considered for treatment....
  • Men's Resource Center
    Phone: (215) 564-0488
    Address: 1601 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19102 view map

    The Men's Resource Center of Philadelphia is dedicated to helping men discover, develop, and celebrate their humanity. We seek to free men of the rigid male training that erodes their lives and relationships. Their goal is to help men redefine and revisit their roles so they can experience full huma...
  • Mothers In Charge
    Phone: (215) 228-1718
    Address: 520 N Delaware Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19123 view map

    Mothers In Charge is a violence prevention organization providing education, and intervention for youth, young adults, families, and communities. The organization provides services, and support to families affected by violence. Mothers In Charge also provides programs in correctional facilities, and...
  • Reconstruction Incorporated
    Phone: (215) 223-8180
    Address: 1808 W Tioga Street Philadelphia, PA 19140 view map

    The Alumni Ex-Offender Association (A.E.A.) is a program created and facilitated by formerly incarcerated individuals. The goal is to foster a sane and sober community of leaders by providing progressive support groups, anger management, family crisis intervention and community organized training....
  • Religious Society of Friends/Quakers: PA Alternatives to Violence Project
    Phone: (215) 763-6409
    Address: 2001 North Norris Street Philadelphia, PA 19121 view map

    PA Alternatives to Violence Project sponsors workshop courses in non-violent conflict resolution....
  • Wedge Recovery Center
    Phone: (215) 276-3922
    Address: 6701 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19126 view map

    Will only take clients for anger counseling if there is an underlying substance abuse problem....

Driving Walking/Biking Public Transit  Get Directions