|Anthony Pater Counseling Service||Program that conducts an evaluation of people who abuse drugs and/or alcohol to determine the nature and extent of the problem and which may make a recommendation regarding treatment or may refer the individual to a specific program. The service does not include a centralized triage function within the community or a formal relationship with the courts. Focuses more primarily on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Reality Therapy||Blair||Anthony Pater Counseling Service||Anthony Pater Counseling Service|
|Balanced Heart Healing Center - Veterans and Military Families Program||Offers mental health services for veterans and military families, covering sexual assault, PTSD, depression, relationship problems and other issues. Provides unconditional care, regardless of insurance, discharge status, current health or ability to pay.
For a variety of reasons, many veterans prefer to receive healthcare services from civilian providers, and women who have experienced Military Sexual Trauma may not want to be cared for in facilities where they share support groups with men. By increasing civilian awareness of the realities surrounding military life and engaging individuals as well as BHHC partner organizations in support of military women, it is our intention to create a community of care around military families in southwestern Pennsylvania such that they are as well supported by the Pittsburgh community as other service members and veterans are by their active duty bases.
The “Veterans and Military Families” program initially will comprise:|
- Mental health counseling for women veterans and military families,
- Coaching services for women veterans and military families,
- Financial planning services,
- Referrals to complementary and alternative care providers,
- Referrals to other organizations offering services not available at BHHC,
- Listening events (including both military and civilian women) to hear and identify the most pressing needs and valuable resources of our women veterans, as we expand our capacity to serve them.
|Allegheny||Balanced Heart Healing Center||Balanced Heart Healing Center|
|Beacon Light - State College Office - Dual Diagnosis Treatment Team||The Dual Diagnosis Treatment Team treats adults dually diagnosed with a mental illness and an intellectual disability by keeping them in their homes and communities. The psychiatrist-led team of clinicians provides assessment, medication management, crisis intervention, integrated case management, crisis intervention, integrated case management, and behavioral support planning to keep the individual from being placed in a state hospital or other long-term patient setting. The DDTT treatment model has a maximum length of stay of 18 months with a goal of achieving results within 12 months.||Lycoming||Beacon Light - State College Office||Beacon Light|
|Boro Women & Family Services - Pregnancy Support Services||Free Pregnancy Tests
||Erie||Boro Women & Family Services||Boro Women & Family Services|
|Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg Fayette General Counseling Services - Individual||Provides individual counseling services||Fayette||General Counseling Services - Individual||Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg PA |
|CenClear Maintaining Strengths - Counseling||Provides guidance and support in resolving personal, social or psychological problems through an interactive process that encourages patients to make maximum use of their assets, strengthen effective existing defenses while eliminating those that are maladaptive, gain insight into conscious or unconscious conflicts, modify their goals and make other decisions that will help them improve their personal and interpersonal functioning and deal effectively with troubling situations in their lives.||Centre||CenClear Maintaining Strengths||CenClear|
|Community Guidance Center Outpatient Mental Health Services||Provides a full range of outpatient mental health services||Indiana||Community Guidance Center||Community Guidance Center|
|Corry Counseling Services - Main Office - Outpatient Mental Health||Provides a variety of mental health services.||Erie||Corry Counseling Services - Main Office||Corry Counseling Services|
|Corry Counseling Services - Union City - Outpatient Mental Health||Provides a variety of mental health services.||Erie||Corry Counseling Services - Union City||Corry Counseling Services|
|Counseling Center||Christian Counseling||Dauphin||Centenary United Methodist Church||Centenary United Methodist Church|
|Counseling Ministry, Wellspring Pastoral Counseling||Christian-based counseling including individual, pre-marital, marital, child, youth, family, grief, abuse, illness and others. Also provides family life education and marital enrichment and workshops for spirituality, communications and parenting.||Dauphin||Wellspring Pastoral Counseling||Wellspring Pastoral Counseling |
|Counseling Services||We pride ourselves on working with a wide variety of issues that include but not limited to:
Marriage and Relationship Counseling
Grief and Loss
Gender and Sexuality
Refugee Mental Health
We have particular experience in the sensitive arena that intersect with legal issues. They include:
Collaborative Law Coaching
||Cumberland||Blanc Counseling Services||Blanc Counseling Services|
|Counseling Services||Family, marriage, and career counseling.||Dauphin||Capital Bible Church||Capital Bible Church |
|Dickinson Center - Children's Outpatient Services - Cameron County||Younger children may engage in play therapy (e.g. playing with toys or games) or art therapy (e.g., painting or drawing) during sessions. Older children and adolescents may engage in more traditional talk therapy to address their mental health issues. When serious underlying emotional problems are determined, the child may be referred to a psychiatrist for consideration of medications to support the child with his/her recovery.||Elk||Dickinson Center - Emporium Office||Dickinson Center|
|Dickinson Center - Children's Outpatient Services - Elk County||Younger children may engage in play therapy (e.g. playing with toys or games) or art therapy (e.g., painting or drawing) during sessions. Older children and adolescents may engage in more traditional talk therapy to address their mental health issues. When serious underlying emotional problems are determined, the child may be referred to a psychiatrist for consideration of medications to support the child with his/her recovery.||Elk||Dickinson Center - Ridgway Facility||Dickinson Center|
|Dickinson Center - Children's Outpatient Services - St. Mary's||Younger children may engage in play therapy (e.g. playing with toys or games) or art therapy (e.g., painting or drawing) during sessions. Older children and adolescents may engage in more traditional talk therapy to address their mental health issues. When serious underlying emotional problems are determined, the child may be referred to a psychiatrist for consideration of medications to support the child with his/her recovery.||Elk||Dickinson Center - St. Mary's Children's Center||Dickinson Center|
|Family First Health Center||Medical Services:
- Adult and pediatric care
- Routine health exams (work, school, driver’s exams, etc.)
- Sexually transmitted infections testing and treatment
- Preventive care
- Free, confidential HIV testing (you can also go to our page on Caring Together for more information on HIV testing)
- Family planning, pregnancy diagnosis,and well-baby care
- HIV care
- General checkups and examinations
- Root canals
Mental Health Services:
- On-site mental health counseling and referral services available through TrueNorth Wellness.
Health Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Assistance is available by calling the Patient Navigation & Enrollment Services Department at Family First Health: 717-846-5846 option 6 or 717-801-4840 – en español
||York||Family First Health Center||Family First Health|
|FOCUS North America, FOCUS Pittsburgh: Free Health Center||Established as a Volunteer in Medicine (VIM) facility, the FOCUS Pittsburgh's Free Health Center (FPFHC) has a team of Volunteer Medical Professionals who provide skilled and compassionate care, while nonclinical volunteers provide help with answering patient phone calls and assisting with applications for care.
Our volunteers together with our staff of two full-time employees and one part-time employee care for patients according to the VIM’s “culture of caring” model that values how an individual is treated just as much as the treatment they receive.
FOCUS Pittsburgh Free Health Center's patient list grows on a daily basis. There is a desperate need for primary and mental health care in the neighborhood. In order to reduce the wait for patients, we are in need of volunteer doctors, nurses, and specialty health professionals (to help us complete the follow-up for our patients).
FPFHC provides adult health care including:|
FPFHC does not provide pediatric care or emergency services.
FPFHC does not discriminate based on religious beliefs, race, gender, ethnicity, age, or physical disability.
FPFHC provides only health services. It is not a form of health insurance coverage.
- Primary care,
- Diagnosis and management of chronic diseases of moderate severity,
- Disease screening for hypertension and diabetes,
- Medication reviews,
- Mental Health care,
- Dental care referrals,
|Allegheny||FOCUS North America, FOCUS Pittsburgh||FOCUS North America|
|Holy Family Institute Mental Health Counseling||Offers outpatient family, individual, and relationship counseling in several offices throughout Allegheny County, as well as short-term counseling and long-term therapy.||Allegheny||Holy Family Institute Outpatient Counseling||Holy Family Institute|
|Huntingdon-Bedford-Fulton Area Agency on Aging Counseling Services||Program that provides guidance and support in resolving personal, social or psychological problems through an interactive process that encourages patients to make maximum use of their assets, strengthen effective existing defenses while eliminating those that are maladaptive, gain insight into conscious or unconscious conflicts, modify their goals and make other decisions that will help them improve their personal and interpersonal functioning and deal effectively with troubling situations in their lives.||Bedford||Huntingdon-Bedford-Fulton Area Agency on Aging Bedford Office||Huntingdon-Bedford-Fulton Area Agency on Aging|
|Lake Erie Counseling, Inc.||Provides counseling services based upon a sliding fee scale. They are open four nights a week. Appointments are always at the convenience of the client. No one will be denied service regardless of their ability to pay and all insurances are accepted. They provide Employee Assistance Services to many Local and National Companies. They also have educational field placements for local counseling students involved in graduate counseling and social work programming in the tri-state area.||Erie||Lake Erie Counseling, Inc.||Lake Erie Counseling, Inc.|
|LifeWorks Erie - Chronic Disease Self-Management||Provides Chronic Disease Self-Management (CDSM) workshops throughout Erie, Crawford and Warren County. The CDSM workshops are an evidence based prevention and health promotion program that addresses common issues faced by people with chronic conditions. The program includes six weekly classes for 2.5 hours per week. The class sizes are small: 10-16 people. Content includes information on appropriate exercise, healthful eating, medications usage, improving communication with healthcare providers, problem solving skills, and more.||Erie||LifeWorks Erie||LifeWorks Erie|
|National Association of American Veterans||Assists eligible veterans with obtaining due benefits, counseling referrals, single parenting, and emergency assistance referrals. Supports veterans, their families, and military caregivers by collaborating with the VA and other veterans groups, health agencies, medical professional organizations, educational organizations, and the public. Provides information on education, employment, housing, nutritional and spiritual wellness, medical care information, and job training and career coaching.||National Association of American Veterans||National Association of American Veterans|
|Precious Life, Inc. Post Abortion Counseling Altoona||For those who have already experienced abortion.||Blair||Precious Life, Inc. Altoona Office||Precious Life, Incorporated|
|Precious Life, Inc. Post Abortion Counseling Johnstown||For those who have already experienced abortion.||Cambria||Precious Life, Inc. Johnstown Office||Precious Life, Incorporated|
|Psalm119 Ministries||Psalm 119 Ministries offers free, continuous biblically based, Christian counseling. Counseling for: Verbal or physical abuse, crisis pregnancy, rape, divorce or failing relationships, drug or alcohol addiction, depression, anxiety We also offer free pregnancy testing.||Allegheny||Psalm119 Ministries||Psalm119 Ministries|
|Residential Care for Adolescents||Residential Care for Adolescents provide a variety of services such as schooling, life skills, recreation, adventure-based counseling, psycho-educational lectures, specialty groups such as trauma, grief, loss, smoking cessation and anger management. Many of the services provided in the residential program are based on evidence-based practices found to be effective with adolescents diagnosed with substance use and mental health disorders.||*Main Site (Today, Inc.)||Today, INC. |
|Spectra Support Services, LLC - Individual and Family Counseling - Broomall||Background in the unique dynamics that a family member with a disability experiences, as well as the impact that caring and supporting that individual has on siblings, parents, guardians, and caregivers. Our counseling services are rooted in a Mindfulness-based Family Play Therapy model that holds beliefs like: Therapy is most effective in a family context.||Delaware||Spectra Support Services, LLC - Broomall||Spectra Support Services, LLC |
|Union Mission of Latrobe||The Union Mission provides for the overall treatment needs of residents through a structured, daily program which focuses on four distinct areas: employment, education, behavior modification, and counseling.
Applicants to the Mission program go through an extensive initial interview and intake process. Each person's specific needs are determined and personal goals are established with the Resident Manager's assistance. A timetable for completion of these goals is negotiated between the client and the Resident Manager. Periodic reviews are held with the client to evaluate his progress. Goals may be re-evaluated and changed as appropriate during these reviews.
Professional counseling is available to all residents. Any resident who has a history of drug and/or alcohol addiction is required to become involved in area Narcotics Anonymous and/or Alcoholics Anonymous programs.
||Westmoreland||Union Mission of Latrobe||Union Mission of Latrobe|
|United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Services for Family Caregivers of Post 9/11 Veterans||Family Caregivers provide crucial support in caring for Veterans. VA recognizes that Family Caregivers in a home environment can enhance the health and well-being of Veterans under VA care. Additional VA services are now available to seriously injured post-9/11 Veterans and their Family Caregivers.
Services Available to Family Caregivers through this Program include:
- Monthly stipend,
- Travel expenses (including lodging and per diem while accompanying Veterans undergoing care),
- Access to health care insurance (if the Caregiver is not already entitled to care or services under a health care plan),
- Mental health services and counseling,
- Comprehensive VA Caregiver training provided by Easter Seals,
- Respite care (not less than 30 days per year).
|United States Department of Veterans Affairs||United States Department of Veterans Affairs|
|Veterans Health Administration, Pittsburgh Vet Center||The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Vet Centers are a type of VA health care facility designed to provide outreach and readjustment counseling services through 232 community-based Vet Centers located in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Services are also available for their family members for military related issues. Veterans have earned these benefits through their service and all are provided at no cost to the Veteran or family. Readjustment counseling is wide range of services provided to combat veterans in the effort to make a satisfying transition from military to civilian life.
Vet Centers can assist veterans and their family members toward a successful post-war adjustment in their community with the following services:|
- Readjustment counseling,
- Couples/marital counseling,
- Family counseling,
- Substance abuse information and referral,
- Group readjustment counseling,
- Military sexual trauma counseling and referral,
- Referral for benefits assistance,
- Job counseling and referral,
- Community education,
- Networking and referrals,
- Bereavement counseling (some locations),
- Medical referrals,
- Crisis intervention,
- Assistance in applying for VA Benefits.
|Allegheny||Veterans Health Administration, Pittsburgh Vet Center||United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration|