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We, Pittsburgh Mercy and Trinity Health, serve together in the spirit of the Gospel as a compassionate and transforming, healing presence within our communities.
About Pittsburgh Mercy
Pittsburgh Mercy is part of Trinity Health. We serve in the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, a religious congregation of women founded by Catherine McAuley in Dublin, Ireland, who brought caring, compassionate service to Pittsburgh in 1843. We meet people where they are in life. We empower them and place them at the center of their care. We address the needs of the whole person body, mind, and spirit and strive to deliver an exceptional experience of care to every person we serve.
We're one of the largest health and human service nonprofit organizations and employers in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Our family of care employs more than 1,700 colleagues and serves more than 33,000 people annually in 60+ locations. All of our services are community-based.
- Mercy Behavioral Health serves children, adolescents, and adults. We offer recovery-oriented behavioral health (mental health and addiction) services to help individuals manage their symptoms and achieve their recovery goals. Our many programs from crisis intervention and stabilization, extended acute care, day, partial hospitalization, residential, service coordination, community treatment, psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery, peer specialist, and supported employment programs are designed to empower individuals to lead healthy, successful lives in the community.
- Mercy Intellectual Disabilities Services helps individuals who have intellectual disabilities and enables them to lead healthy, full lives. Our adult training facilities and our day, senior, school-to-work, facility-based vocational rehabilitation, and community employment programs provide people who have intellectual disabilities with opportunities for socialization and independence.
- Mercy Community Health serves the general public and people with behavioral health challenges, intellectual disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, veterans, people who are incarcerated, the frail elderly, and other vulnerable populations. Our innovative, community and outreach programs work collaboratively with others in our community to improve population health through wellness, disease prevention, care management, social inclusion, and community engagement initiatives.
- Bethlehem Haven, the newest member of the Pittsburgh Mercy Family of Care, has served for more than 35 years as a valued community resource for women experiencing homelessness, helping more than 1,500 individuals in the past year. Mission Statement
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