Mental Health Resources

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If you or someone you know is affected by mental illness, you are not alone. There are many supports, services, and treatment options that may help. Below is a list of mental health resources, listed by county, within southwestern PA. Contact the individual groups for further information.

ALLEGHENY COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESOURCES

ALLEGHENY COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Allegheny County Department of Human Services, Mental Health Services and Support
(412) 350-4457

The Office of Behavioral Health is responsible for providing Allegheny County residents with a coordinated, community-focused system of high quality and cost-effective mental health and substance abuse services, including prevention, crisis intervention, treatment, and community support services. The Office is comprised of three Bureaus: The Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services, The Bureau of Mental Health Services, and The Bureau of Children and Adolescent Services.

re:Solve Crisis Line
24 hours a day 1-888-796-8226

Allegheny County has established a comprehensive Telephone Crisis Intervention Service for individuals in crisis situations. The hotline provides round-the-clock counseling, emergency care, and referrals by professional mental health and addictions counselors. Callers can receive immediate crisis counseling and/or be referred to a behavioral health provider. A mobile crisis team can be dispatched when appropriate.

Ombudsman Service

Allegheny County HealthChoices, Inc. (AHCI)
444 Liberty Avenue, Suite 240, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
1-877-787-2424
email: ombudsman@ahci.org

What does the AHCI Ombudsman do? The AHCI Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities

Service Coordination Units

A Mental Health Service Coordination Unit is an agency that coordinates and provides mental health services. Their responsibilities include activities such as assessment, service planning, linkage, monitoring, advocacy, coordination, and service authorization. Allegheny County units include:

Milestone Centers, Inc.(formerly Allegheny East)
600 Ross Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15221
(412) 243-3400

Chartiers Center
437 Railroad Street, Bridgeville, PA 15017
(412) 221-3302

Mercy Behavioral Health Services
1-877-637-2924

Family Services of Western PA
3230 William Pitt Way, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
(24 hour) 1-888-222-4200 or 412-820-2050

(MYCS) Mon-Yough Community Services, Inc.
500 Walnut Street, McKeesport, PA 15132
(412) 675-6927

Turtle Creek Valley MH/MR, Inc.
723 Braddock Avenue, Braddock, PA 15104
(412) 351-0222, normal business hours 8:30 to 5:00

Emergency services available 24 hours/day. Crisis support services are also available by telephone after hours, on weekends, and on holidays by calling the emergency number at 412-351-0222.

Staunton Clinic, Heritage Valley Health System
111 Hazel Lane, Suite 300, Sewickley, PA 15143
(412) 749-7330

Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC
3811 O’Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 624-1000 or 1-888-624-4100

CART (Consumer Action Response Team of Allegheny County)
105 Braunlich Drive, Suite 420, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
(412) 348-0126 or 1-800-300-6026
email: info@cartallegheny.org

CART’s mission is to facilitate improvement in the quality of life of persons who use behavioral health services by listening, recording, and collaborating with all stakeholders in the behavioral healthcare system.

CART’s guiding principle is that by listening, recording, and responding to consumer and family satisfactions and dissatisfactions with services, they can improve the quality of those services.

To participate in this anonymous family-member satisfaction interview, please contact the CART office.

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
For information and to register: 1-888-547-6287 or 412-350-4484
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Community Care Behavioral Health Organization
339 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15222
1-800-553-7499
TDD/TTY – 1-877-877-3580

Community Care is a managed care organization that provides behavioral health services for those individuals receiving medical assistance in Allegheny County. Visit their website for information on how to use your HealthChoices benefits.

Coalition for Recovery
The Allegheny County Coalition for Recovery is dedicated to increasing awareness that people can and do recover from serious mental illnesses and substance use disorders. This website is an important tool in supporting recovery.

Allegheny County Peer Support Warmline Service
1-866-661-WARM(9276)

Always a friendly voice! Hours of service are 2 pm to 10 pm, 7 days a week. The Allegheny County Peer Support Warmline Service in provided by Peer Support and Advocacy Network (PSAN) in partnership with Allegheny County Department of Human Services Office of Behavioral Health and Community Care Behavioral Health.

Link to Support Groups in Allegheny County

ARMSTRONG COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

ARMSTRONG COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Armstrong/Indiana Behavioral and Developmental Health Program
Armsdale Administration Building, Suite 105, 124 Armsdale Road, Kittanning, PA 16201
(724) 548-3451
24 Hour Crisis Intervention Services: 1-877-333-2470

Ombudsman
1-888-329-0468

What does the Ombudsman do? The Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities.

Service Coordination Units

Family Counseling Center of Armstrong County
300 South Jefferson Street, Kittanning, PA 16201
(724) 543-2941

Consumer/Family Satisfaction Teams (C/FST)
A Consumer Satisfaction Team is made up of consumers, parents, family members, and persons in recovery who are responsible for reporting satisfaction with services that have been received. As a HealthChoices member, a person has the right to speak to a representative of the team and discuss feelings about the mental health or drug and alcohol services received from a provider.

C/FST of Armstrong County
139 South Jefferson Street, Kittanning, PA 16201
Phone: 724-548-1151
email: armstrongcfst@windstream.net

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
To Register: 1-800-468-7771
Information: (724) 548-0274

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Value Behavioral Health of PA
Value Behavioral Health is a managed care organization that provides behavioral health services for those individuals receiving medical assistance in Armstrong County. For more information call 1-877-688-5969.

BEAVER COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

BEAVER COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Beaver County Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
1040 Eighth Avenue, Beaver Falls, PA 15010
(724) 847-6225 or 724-847-6229

Ombudsman Service
1-800-496-4388

What does the Ombudsman do? The Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities.

EMERGENCY/CRISIS INTERVENTION SERVICES
176 Virginia Avenue, Rochester, PA 15074
(724) 775-5208 or 1-800-400-6180

This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 24 Hour Telephone hot-line and Walk-In crisis services are provided for individuals in crisis. Services include screening calls, counseling, consultation, referral, and face-to-face assessment and crisis resolution.

Consumer/Family Satisfaction Team (C/FST)
(724) 775-7650

A Consumer Satisfaction Team is made up of consumers, parents, family members, and persons in recovery who are responsible for reporting satisfaction with services that have been received. As a HealthChoices member, a person has the right to speak to a representative of the team and discuss feelings about the mental health or drug and alcohol services received from a provider.

Service Coordination Unit
A Mental Health Service Coordination Unit/Base Service Unit is an agency that coordinates and provides mental health services. Their responsibilities include activities such as assessment; service planning; linkage; monitoring; advocacy; coordination; and service authorization.

Beaver County Direct Service Unit
1070 Eighth Avenue, Beaver Falls, PA 15010
(724) 891-2827

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
To Register: 1-800-262-0343
Information: (724) 773-7859

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Value Behavioral Health of PA
Value Behavioral Health is a managed care organization that provides behavioral health services for those individuals receiving medical assistance in Beaver County. For more information call 1-877-688-5970

Link to Support Groups in Beaver County

BUTLER COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

BUTLER COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Butler County MH/EI/ID Program
2nd Floor, County Government Center
124 West Diamond Street, P.O. Box 1208
Butler, PA 16003-1208
(724) 284-5114

Crisis Intervention
(724) 287-0440 or (800) 292-3866

Butler County Network of Behavioral Health Care
Provides information about behavioral health services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features.

Value Behavioral Health
Value Behavioral Health is a managed care organization that provides behavioral health services for those individuals receiving medical assistance in Butler County. For more information call 1-877-688-5971

Ombudsman Service
1-800-329-0468

What does the Ombudsman do? The Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities

Consumer Satisfaction Team (C/FST)
1-888-223-7620

A Consumer Satisfaction Team is made up of consumers, parents, family members, and persons in recovery who are responsible for reporting satisfaction with services that have been received. As a HealthChoices member, you have the right to speak to a representative of the team and discuss feelings about the mental health or drug and alcohol services received from a provider.

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
To Register: 1-866-638-0598
Information: (724) 284-8833

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Service Coordination Units

Center for Community Resources, Inc.
(724) 431-3748

The Center for Community Resources provides assessment, referral and service coordination for individuals both children/adolescents and adults with MH/MR and D&A issues.

Mental Health Association in Butler County
140 N. Elm, Butler, PA 16001
Telephone: (724) 287-1965
Toll Free: 1-888-329-0468

Link to Support Groups in Butler County

FAYETTE COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

FAYETTE COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Fayette County Behavioral Health Administration
215 Jacob Murphy Lane
Uniontown, PA 15401
(724) 430-1370
Email: info@fcbha.org

24-Hour Crisis Intervention
(724) 437-1003

Ombudsman Service
1-877-213-3031

What does the Ombudsman do? The Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
To Register: 1-800-321-7433
Information: (724) 439-7002

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Service Coordination Units

A Mental Health Service Coordination Unit/Base Service Unit is an agency that coordinates and provides mental health services. Their responsibilities include activities such as assessment, service planning, linkage, monitoring, advocacy, coordinating, and service authorization.

Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services
(724) 437-0729
24 Hour Crisis Intervention: 724-437-1003

Crosskeys Human Services, Inc.
(724) 785-6180

SPHS Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc
(724) 489-9100

Link to Support Groups in Fayette County

GREENE COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

GREENE COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Greene County Department of Human Services
19 S. Washington Street
Ft. Jackson Building, Third Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
(724) 852-5276 or toll free: 888-317-7106

24 Hour Crisis Intervention
1-800-417-9460

Ombudsman Service
1-888-642-6767

What does the Ombudsman do? The Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities

Consumer Satisfaction Team (CST)
(724) 852-8230 ext. 513

A Consumer Satisfaction Team is made up of consumers, parents, family members, and persons in recovery who are responsible for reporting satisfaction with services that have been received. As a HealthChoices member, you have the right to speak to a representative of the team and discuss feelings about the mental health or drug and alcohol services received from a provider.

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
Greene County Transportation Office at 724-627-6778
Toll free 1-877-360-7433 / Fax: 724-627-9463
Available Hours of Service: 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. (Monday to Friday)

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost to you. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Value Behaviorial Health of PA
Value Behavioral Health is a managed care organization that provides behavioral health services for those individuals receiving medical assistance in Greene County. For more information call 1-877-699-5973.

INDIANA COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

INDIANA COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Armstrong/Indiana Behavioral and Developmental Health Program
Armsdale Administration Building, Suite 105, 124 Armsdale Road, Kittanning, PA 16201
(724) 548-3451
24 Hour Crisis Intervention Services: 1-877-333-2470

Ombudsman Service
1-800-871-4445

What does the Ombudsman do? The Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities

Consumer/Family Satisfaction Team (C/FST)
(724) 471-7108
155 North 10th Street Indiana, PA 15701

A Consumer Satisfaction Team is made up of consumers, parents, family members, and persons in recovery who are responsible for reporting satisfaction with services that have been received. As a HealthChoices member, you have the right to speak to a representative of the team and discuss feelings about the mental health or drug and alcohol services received from a provider.

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
To Register: 1-888-526-6060
Information: (724) 463-3235

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Service Coordination Units

A Mental Health Service Coordination Unit/Base Service Unit is an agency that coordinates and provides mental health services. Their responsibilities include activities such as assessment, service planning, linkage, monitoring, advocacy, coordinating, and service authorization.

Community Guidance Center
Toll Free: 1-888-686-1991

NHS Human Services
9357 Route 422 Hwy W
Shelocta, PA 15774
(724) 354-3223

Family Counseling Center of Armstrong County
300 South Jefferson Street, Kittanning, PA 16201
(724) 543-2941

Value Behavioral Health of PA
Value Behavioral Health is a managed care organization that provides behavioral health services for those individuals receiving medical assistance in Indiana County. For more information call 1-877-688-5974

LAWRENCE COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

LAWRENCE COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Lawrence County Behavioral Health
15 West Grant Street
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 658-2538

Community Alternatives, Inc.
2450 New Butler Road
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 652-2211

Human Services Center
130 W. North Street
New Castle, PA 16101
(724) 658-3578
Crisis Intervention: (724) 652-9000

WASHINGTON COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

WASHINGTON COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Washington County Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
302 Courthouse Square
100 West Beau Street
Washington, PA 15301
(724) 228-6832
Washington County Crisis Line, 1 (877) 225-3567

Ombudsman Service
(724) 225-2061 or 1-888-642-6767

What does the Ombudsman do? The Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities

Service Coordination Unit

A Mental Health Service Coordination Unit/Base Service Unit is an agency that coordinates and provides mental health services. Their responsibilities include activities such as assessment, service planning, linkage, monitoring, advocacy, coordinating, and service authorization.

Centerville Clinics
Multiple locations, for more information please call: (724) 632-6801

Washington Communities
378 West Chestnut Street, Suite 205
Washington, PA 15301
(724) 225-6940

Mental Health Association of Washington County
557 North Main Street
Washington, PA 15301
Telephone: (724) 225-2061
Consumer Satisfaction Team (CST)
(724) 225-9550

A Consumer Satisfaction Team is made up of consumers, parents, family members, and persons in recovery who are responsible for reporting satisfaction with services that have been received. As a HealthChoices member, you have the right to speak to a representative of the team and discuss feelings about the mental health or drug and alcohol services received from a provider.

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
Information and to Register: (724) 223-4675 or 1-800-331-5058

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Value Behavioral Health of PA
1-877-688-5976

Value Behavioral Health is a managed care organization that provides behavioral health services for those individuals receiving medical assistance in Washington County. For more information call 1-877-688-5976

WARMLINE
Local number – (724) 223-1026
Toll Free – 1-800-MHA-2466

The Warmline is a telephone line for mental health consumers and family members of Washington and Fayette Counties to call and receive non-emergency peer support and/or community resource information. This phone line is unique as it is not a crisis line.

The hours of operation for the Warmline are 6pm-9pm, 7 days a week, except major holidays.

WESTMORELAND COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

WESTMORELAND COUNTY Behavioral Health Resources

Westmoreland County Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
40 North Pennsylvania Avenue
Greensburg, PA 15601
(724) 830-3617

Ombudsman Service
1-800-871-4445

What does the Ombudsman do? The Ombudsman works with people who use the HealthChoices’ mental health and/or drug and alcohol services to:
• Assist with problem-solving;
• Help people use the HealthChoices’ complaint and grievance system;
• Educate people about their rights and responsibilities

24-Hour Crisis Line
1-800-836-6010

Consumer Satisfaction Team (CST)
1-800-871-4445

A Consumer Satisfaction Team is made up of consumers, parents, family members, and persons in recovery who are responsible for reporting satisfaction with services that have been received. As a HealthChoices member, you have the right to speak to a representative of the team and discuss feelings about the mental health or drug and alcohol services received from a provider.

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP)
To Register: 1-800-242-2706
Information: (724) 832-5202

If you or anyone in your family is a Medical Assistance recipient you can get help with transportation you need to get to and from medical providers. The MATP provides rides to medical care at no cost to you. You can also get mileage reimbursement if you use your own car or find someone willing to give you a ride. You must register first before you can use MATP services.

Service Coordination Unit

A Mental Health Service Coordination Unit/Base Service Unit is an agency that coordinates and provides mental health services. Their responsibilities include activities such as assessment; service planning; linkage; monitoring; advocacy; coordinating; and service authorization.

Westmoreland Casemanagement & Supports, Inc.
Toll Free: 800-353-6467

Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services, Inc.
300 Chamber Plaza, Charleroi, PA
(724) 489-9100

Mental Health America of Westmoreland County
409 Coulter Avenue, Suite 4, Greensburg, Pennsylvania 15601
Phone: (724) 834-6351

Value Behavioral Health of PA
Value Behavioral Health is a managed care organization that provides behavioral health services for those individuals receiving medical assistance in Westmoreland County. For more information call 1-877-688-5977

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