Counseling Services

    • Crisis Center North - 412-364-5556
      Crisis Center North is a 501(c)(3) non-profit counseling and resource center that provides services to victims of domestic violence and their loved ones in northern and western Allegheny County via counseling, therapy, case management, legal and medical advocacy, and economic empowerment services.

    • Anchorpoint Counseling - 412-366-1300
      Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry is a team of licensed and experienced professionals committed to serving community members and families of all faiths and backgrounds.

    • Holy Family Institute - 412-766-9020 x1222
      Holy Family Institute pioneers alternative learning and career training environments, offers mental health and substance use counseling, and helps families address debilitating financial limitations.

    • UPMC Child and Adolescent Acute Partial Hospitalization Program - 724-933-1000
      The Child and Adolescent Acute Partial Hospitalization Program (CAAPHP) provides an intensity of treatment similar to that available on an inpatient unit, in a less restrictive, community-based setting. This short-term, intensive level of care allows adolescents to benefit from consistent, structured treatment while maintaining their usual living arrangements with their families in their communities. Acute partial hospitalization programs can provide a “step down” level of treatment for adolescents discharged from inpatient programs, or a “step up” level when outpatient treatment is not effectively meeting a child and adolescent's needs. The program serves child and adolescents ages 8 to 18 who are struggling with depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, poor impulse control, psychosis, and unsafe coping skills, combined with family, social, and school difficulties. CAAPHP provides family, individual, and group therapy, as well as medication management and school transition support.