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Our Recovery Support Center provides outpatient services that help those struggling with dependency to become strong and substance-free. We treat the client’s addiction alongside any co-occurring mental disorders, through outpatient or intensive outpatient therapy (anywhere from one to five days a...


If you live with a mental health condition, you’re not alone. One in five Americans will experience some mental health issue in their life. And there’s no age limit: Children, adults and older adults can all find their lives changed by this common problem. While mental health issues can rob you...


Note: Options Care Management serves participants referred by Allegheny County’s Area Agency on Aging. To enroll, you must first contact the county’s Seniorline. Familylinks does not accept direct referrals to join the Options program. As one grows older, some tasks become more of a challenge —...


If you’re an older adult dealing with mental health issues, you might also have trouble getting to a therapist or counselor, because your physical or mental health limits your mobility. That’s where Mobile Mental Health Treatment (MMHT) helps. Who is eligible? Allegheny County residents...


Our Family Treatment Center provides long-term (up to six months) residential treatment for women age 18 or older who are committed to working on their recovery from addiction. We help women develop recovery skills, improve their well-being, preserve or repair family relationships, and enhance...


If your child is dealing with mental health issues, Family Based Mental Health services help your entire family learn skills to help stay happy and healthy together. Family Based treatment involves a team of two therapists coming to the client family’s home and working with different family members...


*Clients must have a referral from Children, Youth and Families or the juvenile justice system to qualify for this service. Children or their families cannot apply for placement directly.* The Youth Emergency Shelter serves at-risk males and females, ages 13-20 years, who are actively involved...


People experiencing homelessness in Allegheny County must contact the Allegheny Link at 866-730-2368 in order to connect with shelter and other resources. If you’re between the ages of 18 and 24 and are facing homelessness, our Downtown Outreach Center and Shelter (DOCS) can provide you with a...


Note: This service is only available via referral from Allegheny County CYF or the court system. Families cannot arrange directly for a child’s admission. The Adolescent Semi-Independent Living (ASIL) is a residential community-based setting for adolescent youth between the ages of 16 and 20...


If you’re raising a child with mental health issues, our Administrative Service Coordination (ASC) program can ensure that you get the help you need. It’s not just about therapy and psychiatric services – in fact, that’s just the beginning. From clinical services for your child to financial help...


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