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Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services

Working with individuals and families to help Philadelphians live healthy, self-determined lives.

Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services

What we do

The Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS) works with the Philadelphia School District, child welfare and judicial systems, and with families and communities to provide care and services for:

  • People with mental illness.
  • People struggling with addictions.
  • People with intellectual disabilities.

We embrace a vision of recovery, resilience, and self-determination through a model of care that is directed by the person in recovery. In this model, professional treatment, along with family, individual, and other resources, allows people to manage their own conditions and build their own recovery resources.

We also help people with intellectual disabilities live self-determined lives in their communities by providing quality support and services.

Connect

Address
1101 Market St.
Suite 700
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Email dbhidscommunications@phila.gov

Looking for more information?

You can find the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services' full content on our separate website.

Leadership

David T. Jones
Commissioner

David T. Jones is the commissioner at DBHIDS. Jones provides oversight to the department, a $1 billion healthcare agency with nearly 800 employees. As a behavioral health administrator with over 25 years of progressive management experience, Jones has produced measurable results to improve the lives of children, adults, and families with behavioral health needs.

Jones possesses deep knowledge of state and federal regulations, including Medicaid managed care and mental health rehabilitation standards. He has managed both an urban and suburban public behavioral health system that increased access to care and expanded the range of services available to residents with behavioral health care needs.

Staff

Name Job title Phone #
Donna Bailey Interim Chief Executive Officer, Community Behavioral Health
(215) 413-7663
Jill Bowen Deputy Commissioner
(215) 685-4736
Andrea L. Brooks Senior Special Adviser to the Commissioner
(215) 685-5547
Nicole Connell Chief of Staff
(215) 685-4742
George Hanson Chief People Officer
(215) 685-5419
Omoiye Kinney Communications Director
(215) 685-5475
Roland Lamb Deputy Commissioner, Strategic Planning and Innovation Division
(215) 685-5425
Joe Lowry Chief Financial Office
Odysseus Marcopolus Chief Digital Officer
(215) 685-5486
Jeffrey Orlin Administrative Services Director
(215) 685-5911
Denise Taylor Patterson Director, Intellectual disAbility Services
(215) 685-5905
Sosunmolu Shoyinka Chief Medical Officer
Sandy Vasko Director, Behavioral Health Division
(215) 685-5525
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