Resolve Behavioral Health Services
provides services for clients with respect to mental health needs. This is accomplished through
a comprehensive continuum support services network which utilizes a collaborative approach in each of its programs.
collaborates with district personnel, CIU 20 staff, agencies, and parents to provide an array of programs and
services across exceptionalities to meet the needs of children. Some of these programs include Life Skills
Support, Multidisabilities Support, Emotional Support, Learning Support, Physical Support, Autistic Support,
Vision Support, and Hearing Support.
is responsible for establishing, coordinating and maintaining a wide range of regional services, activities, and
collaborative programs for the development of effective programs and practices purposed to improve
instruction. This goal includes a variety of services such as professional development,
advisory meetings, consultations, liaison services with the Pennsylvania Department of Education and
other community partners, technical assistance and consortium projects.
in addition to internal employee support, offers the District Emergency Substitute Training Program, research services,
and monthly meetings with the Human Resources Directors of our 13 school districts and 3 vocational-technical schools.
is organized around two main functions; Educational Technology and Administrative Technology.
An overarching function of the Technology Services Department is to provide a leadership role with regard to
emerging technology and its impact on education and the functioning of schools.
is responsible for the day to day accounting of funds that are critical to the Intermediate Unit's operation.
It also provides consortia services through EBTEP, bidding, and joint purchasing services.
primarily consist of two basic initiatives. The first is the administration and provision of the Act 89 program
and services to the nonpublic schools in the CIU20 region. The second initiative is the administration and support
of programs offered through a Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities consortium grant that serves
all the nonpublic schools in Colonial IU 20, Carbon-Lehigh IU 21, Berks County IU14, and Schuylkill County IU 29.