Hello, and welcome to Berks Counseling Center.

We are conveniently located in center city Reading. We accept most major insurances and offer Spanish speaking services.

Call one of our caring team members in confidence today.

Please note this site is not monitored 24/7. If you are in crisis and/or have a true medical emergency please contact 911.

Get in touch

Have questions? Need additional information? Please feel free to call us at 610.373.4281 or email us at bcc@berkscc.org.

645 Penn St, 2nd Floor

Reading, PA 19601-3543



8:30am – 9:00pm Monday -Thursday

8:30am – 6:00pm Friday

9:00am – 12 Noon Saturday

Closed on Sunday and most major holidays.



New admissions are accepted Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 12pm on a first-come, first-serve walk-in basis. No appointment is necessary.

For more information call our office at (610) 373-4281 during regular business hours.

Following evaluation, each client receives an integrated, recovery focused treatment plan based uniquely on their specific needs. All clients are supported by a team of caring professionals including counselors, psychiatrists, medical professionals, health coaches and peers.

Yes. When you come to BCC you will receive a copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices.  BCC complies fully with all state and federal guidelines, laws, and regulations with regard to patient confidentiality.

Contact the integrated care nurse, who will assist you in getting an appointment based on your needs.

Family members can be a tremendous source of strength for persons suffering from mental illness and/or substance abuse. When a person is struggling with mental illness, drug or alcohol addiction, everyone in the family is affected. Fortunately, involving family in addiction and mental health recovery can have a major positive impact on their loved one. There are several ways you can help, which include attending one of our family support groups, seeking social support and understanding relapse prevention.

To learn more about how families can play a supportive role visit the National Alliance for Mental Illness or the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

In general, many outpatient counseling services can be covered by insurance.  BCC accepts many plans including Medicaid, Medicare, and Community Care Behavioral Health.  If you have any questions regarding insurance coverage, we will assist you.  BCC can also help those with no insurance to access treatment either by assisting you in securing benefits or helping you access County funding which may be available for those without ability to pay.  Several of BCC’s programs are fully funded and may be provided at no cost to you.  There is never a reason not to access care.  BCC staff are expert at helping you navigate access to services.