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Mental Health Resources

Resources for Finding Treatment

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Struggling with your mental health? You're not alone. Here are some resources for finding the help you need.

  • The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Mental Health Resources Guide: This guide covers a wide range of topics including finding treatment, navigating health insurance, preventing suicide, dealing with stress and anxiety, LGBTQ+ issues, racial trauma, domestic violence, and more.
  • Psychology Today: Directory of therapists, psychiatrists, treatment centers, and support groups. The directory has filters to narrow searches by specialties, types of therapy, insurance, age, gender, and price. (This document from PreformCare has some helpful tips on finding the right therapist.)
  • UpStreet Pittsburgh ( Offers free mental health counseling for anyone in Pennsylvania ages 12-22. Servies are available virtually and are offered both by appointment or by "drop-in" using the live chat on their website.
  • Mental Health Facilities in Pennsylvania: On this page you will find all mental health clinics in Pennsylvania, that offer treatment for common mental health disorders such as OCD, PTSD, depression, phobias, eating disorders, panic disorders, personality disorders and more.
  • Open Path Psychotherapy Collective: Nationwide directory of mental health professionals providing in-person and online care at an affordable rate to clients in need. Utilizing the network requires paying a one-time membership fee.
  • Resources to Recover: Connects you with a Resource Specialist who can help answer your questions about available treatment options in your area. The service is offered nation-wide and at no cost.
  • Directory of treatment facilities searchable by area and the type of help needed.
  • Affordable Health Insurance: Offers in-depth information on accessing affordable health insurance plans in Pennsylvania, including options for seniors and people with disabilities.

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