Social Services Liaison

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Nicole Urbanski (Nikki) is the Lower Providence Township Police Department’s Social Services Liaison. In this vital role, Nikki will be facilitating connections, referrals, and support for community members in need. She will be a valued member of the Community Policing Division and will partner with officers to identify individuals and families with unmet social service needs (including mental health, addiction, substance use, trauma, food insecurity, homelessness, aging and adult services, and others) and facilitate referrals and warm hand-offs to the appropriate social service agencies.

Nikki has several years of experience in the social services field and has worked with all ages and backgrounds. Throughout her work, she has been able to successfully provide resources to individuals with mental health needs and their families.  Prior to starting with the Lower Providence Township Police Department, Nikki was the Lead Mental Health Specialist with Central Behavioral Health, contracting for Methacton School District.  In this position, Nikki provided counseling services to adolescents in grades 9-12. 

Nikki holds her bachelor’s in psychology from Kutztown University and master’s in clinical and counseling psychology from Chestnut Hill College. In addition to her strong credentials and education in behavioral health, Nikki achieved a certification in Enhanced Placement Program through the Philadelphia Mental Health Care Corporation. 

Nikki's perseverance and commitment to excellence is abundantly clear throughout her work.  As a result, she was presented with an Award of Excellence from the Methacton School District for her dedicated service within the school.

Questions about any type of social services need (substance use, addiction, homelessness, aging and adult services, mental health, behavioral health, etc.) within Lower Providence Township can be directed to Nicole Urbanksi.

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"If we start being honest about our pain, our anger, and our shortcomings instead of pretending they don’t exist, then maybe we’ll leave the world a better place than we found it." — Russell Wilson