Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot Locations

Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot offers multiple therapy offices located throughout our community. We’re here when and where you need us most to help maintain your mental health and well-being.

To begin confidential behavioral health services with Safe Harbor, we offer walk-in intake appointments every business day at our West 26th Street location. For intake hours, a list of insurances accepted, or to speak to someone about the services we offer, call 814-459-9300.

Our Locations​ at Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot

​Safe Harbor Outpatient Clinic 
1330 W. 26th St. 
Erie, PA 16508​​

Pinecrest Family Practice 
3535 Pine Ave. 
Erie, PA 16504

Safe Harbor Crisis Center/Outpatient West 
2560 W. 12th St. 
Erie, PA 16505 

Multicultural Resource Center 
554 E. 10th St. 
Erie, PA 16503

Safe Harbor at Sterling Square 
3330 Peach St., Entrance C, Suite 202 
Erie, PA 16508
Mental Health Association 
1101 Peach St., Floor 1 
Erie, PA 16501
Magee-Womens, UPMC Hamot 
118 E. Second St., Room W1082 
Erie, PA 16507
Primary Health Network at Wayne 
650 East Ave. 
Erie, PA 16503
UPMC Hamot Bariatric Surgery and 
Weight Management Center 
300 State St., Suite 400A ​
Erie, PA 16507

Vineyard Primary Care 
2060 N. Pearl St. 
North East, PA 16428​

We also currently offer outpatient therapy services to students in many school districts. We offer services at Northwestern, Harbor Creek and North East county schools, as well as Erie City Schools and Perseus Charter Schools. Please contact the guidance counselor at the school for more information.

​In the event of a crisis, call Crisis Services 24/7/365 at 814-456-2014 or 1-800-300-9558.

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