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Contact the Living-At-Home Program

How to begin Living-at-Home services

If you or someone you know might qualify for the Living-at-Home Program, call us at 412-723-6200.

  • Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Urgent calls are taken 24 hours a day.
  • For medical emergencies please call 911.

 

Location Information Contact Information
Neighborhood – Zip Code ​ ​
  • Phone: 412-723-6200
Blawnox – 15237
Bloomfield – 15224
Greenfield – 15217/15207
Hazelwood – 15207
Hill District – 15219
Lawrenceville – 15201
New Kensington – 15068
Oakland – 15213
Shadyside – 15232
Sharpsburg – 15215
Squirrel Hill – 15217
South Side, Mt. Oliver, Allentown, Knoxville, Arlington, Beltzhoover – 15203/15210
Main Office in Forest Hills
  • Phone: 412-723-6200

Missy Sovak, director
Charlotte Birchard, clinical coordinator
Sandy Gilmore, RN, lead outreach nurse
Mark Shaw, lead care coordinator

 

UPMC Community Stories

Watch Marie's story, a Living-At-Home program participant, on our UPMC Community website.

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