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Lolly Smith, MSW, LCSW Named Team Leader of Penn Foundation’s Sellersville ACT Team

Lolly Smith, MSW, LCSW

Lolly Smith, MSW, LCSW, has been named team leader of Penn Foundation’s Sellersville ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) team. In this role, she will oversee and coordinate the daily activities of the team.

“We are pleased for Lolly to take over as team leader of our Sellersville ACT team,” says Craig Oliver, MA, director of ACT Services. “Lolly has been a member of this team since its inception in 2008. Her expertise and strong knowledge of the program coupled with her compassion and well-established relationships with our clients will be tremendous assets as she takes on her new responsibilities.”

Smith has worked in the behavioral field for more than 15 years. She joined Penn Foundation in 2008 as a Mental Health Professional with the Sellersville ACT team. In 2018, she was named Lead Clinician. Prior to her role with the ACT team, Smith interned in several of Penn Foundation’s programs. She earned her BSW and MSW from Temple University, and she is both a licensed social worker and licensed clinical social worker. Smith is an active volunteer with Pennridge FISH and The Shared Table, a program that she coordinated through her church to make meals for and eat with homeless men who are involved with the Bethesda Project. She resides in West Rockhill Township.

About ACT
The ACT program offers a person-centered approach to care that blends the disciplines of psychiatry, psychology, nursing, addictions, social work, and psychosocial rehabilitation. Individuals benefit from having a multidisciplinary team of professionals who work together to provide highly individualized treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to individuals living with severe mental illness. The Sellersville team also offers a forensics component for individuals in Bucks County who are involved with the justice system. For more information about Penn Foundation’s ACT programs, please contact Craig Oliver, MA, director of ACT Services, at 267.404.5924 or coliver@pennfoundation.org.

About Penn Foundation
Founded in 1955, Penn Foundation is a non-profit organization providing innovative services to address the mental health and substance abuse treatment needs of individuals in our community. With headquarters in Sellersville, Bucks County, and satellite offices in Colmar, Souderton, and Pottstown, Penn Foundation employs 440 compassionate professionals that serve more than 19,000 children, adolescents, and adults each year with integrated, holistic care designed to meet the unique needs of each person. Penn Foundation believes strongly in the resiliency of the human spirit and is committed to instilling hope, inspiring change, and building community. For more information, visit www.PennFoundation.org.