Pittsburgh Gets Real

Mental health resources in the Pittsburgh area

PITTSBURGH — If you, someone in your family or someone you know is affected by mental illness, there are many support services and treatment options available.

Here’s a list of just some in our area:

Emotional & Spiritual Care

The Salvation Army is offering a hotline for anyone needing emotional or spiritual care. It’s staffed from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and is available for anyone across the country.

Salvation Army officers and employees will be available to talk to anyone needing help, advice or prayer. The number is 844-458-4673.

Therapy/Counseling Services

  • Samaritan Counseling Guidance, Consulting is offering video and telephone therapy during the coronavirus outbreak. Visit samaritancounseling.net or call 412-741-7430 for more information
  • Steel Valley Wellness Group LLC is offering telehealth to patients. Click here to visit their website or you can call 412-368-3535 for more information.
  • Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services is offering tele-therapy to people during the COVID-19 outbreak. VISIT THEIR WEBSITE HERE or call the Crisis Hotline at 724-437-1003 for more details.
  • Support and Referral Helpline is a statewide resource for people struggling with anxiety. Call toll-free 855-284-2494 or for TTY, dial 724-631-5600.

If you have additional resources you think should be included in this guide, email us at pittsburghgetsreal@wpxi.com

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