re:solve Crisis Network

Help is standing by!

When everyday moments lead to moments of need, help is standing by.

Call re:solve Crisis Network at 1-888-7-YOU-CAN (1-888-796-8226) to speak with one of our trained mental health crisis counselors.
re:solve Crisis Network is a partnership between Western Psychiatric and Allegheny County to serve county residents.


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For Information or to schedule an appointment at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, call 412-624-1000 or toll free 1(877)-624-4100.



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About Us

For more than 60 years, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC has been a national leader in providing best practice, research-based care and a broad array of innovative psychiatric and addiction services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors at every stage of their recovery.

With nearly 400 inpatient psychiatric beds and more than 50 ambulatory programs, we are one of the largest behavioral health care providers affiliated with an academic medical center in the country.

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Learn About & Participate
in Research 

You can make a difference! By participating in a research project, you can play a part in helping physicians and other researchers develop and test better ways to diagnose and treat people with mental health disorders.

As a research participant, you may also learn more about the causes of specific mental health problems and what can be done to manage these condition more effectively.

Become a research participant today! >

Violence and Behavioral Health

Edward Mulvey, PhD, and David J. Kolko, PhD, ABPP are keynote speakers at, “Violence and Behavioral Health: Developing an Evidence-Informed Community Agenda.”

This conference provides insight about the relationship between mental illness and violence -- an important issue on clinical, community, and public health levels with implications for the legal system, the community, and our society. The conference is Monday, Oct. 27, at Sheraton Station Square, Pittsburgh.

There is a fee to attend.

For details, visit

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