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Office of Behavioral Health

Provides support for mental health and substance abuse services.

Deputy Director

Donald Clark 

Human Services Building
One Smithfield Street, Suite 300
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Phone: 412-350-4457 (24-hour emergency service)
TTY: 412-350-3467
Fax: 412-350-3880
Mental health telephone and mobile crisis intervention services (re:solve): 1-888-796-8226
Get Directions to One Smithfield Street

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Services

Provided by, contracted for and monitored by OBH.

Drug and alcohol services
Justice related services
Mental health services
Publicly-funded-health-care information 
Support for families with an incarcerated parent

Publications

pdf.gif Profile of the DHS Office of Behavioral Health
One-page overview of the office and a more detailed description of the office including legal mandates, administration, fiscal and client statistics, programs and services, and contact information.  

Brochures
Resource Guides

pdf.gif Testimony by Pat Valentine to the Senate Democratic Policy Committee Hearing on April 3, 2008 regarding the closing of Mayview State Hospital

Annual Plans and Budgets

Advisory Bodies 
Related Resources

pdf.gif Southwestern Pennsylvania Resource Guide of Behavioral Health Providers for Persons who are Deaf, Deafblind or Hard of Hearing

pdf.gif The Allegheny HealthChoices Program 1999-2009: Improving Access and Quality of Services through Collaboration, Fiscal Management and Quality Oversight
Allegheny HealthChoices, Inc., 2010
This report details how, since 1999, financial and quality oversight activities related to behavioral health care in Allegheny County have expanded from a focus on meeting minimum requirements for managed care operations to a focus on improving access, quality and allocation of resources while monitoring efforts to prevent and detect fraud, waste and abuse of Medicaid funds.

The RAND Health project "Helping Families Raise Healthy Children" of Allegheny County seeks to improve identification and services for families who have a risk of experiencing caregiver depression and early childhood developmental delays.

Websites of Interest