With Allegheny Health Network, you can access mental and behavioral health treatment services in primary care offices across western Pennsylvania.
If you or a loved one lives with a mental illness, we can help. We have a wide range of providers with different experiences and specialties, including treatment for depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders.
We offer one of the few intensive outpatient programs in the United States for new moms struggling with depression or anxiety.
Our psychologists help patients find the cause of their behaviors, develop a treatment plan and support patients in managing their endocrine disorder.
We connect our patients to behavioral health care to treat depression, anxiety and stress associated with managing a serious illness.
When your child faces a traumatic event, your whole world transforms. Our world-renowned experts evaluate and treat children who have experienced trauma.
Sometimes life feels too difficult to handle. Our doctors check on patients during recovery and hospitalization, to ensure their mental well-being.
The Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health offers a mother-baby intensive outpatient program for women during or after pregnancy.
Whether it’s for you or a loved one, an adult or a child, you’ll find the help you need at AHN. We care for a wide variety of issues, from sleep problems to anxiety to post-traumatic stress disorder and beyond.
Our providers understand that every patient is different. We offer a range of services to meet your unique needs, including evidence-based new therapies. We provide:
AHN programs teach mindfulness techniques throughout your organization. See how your community can benefit from a more focused approach.
Behavioral health refers to the connection between your behaviors and the health of your body and mind. Behavioral health can include treatment and prevention of disorders like depression, anxiety and substance use disorder.
Mental health includes our emotional, psychological and social well-being. It may affect how you handle stress or relate to others. Genetics, brain chemistry, trauma or abuse, and family history all contribute to your mental health.
Free for all Allegheny County residents and available 24 hours a day, year-round.
We are continually researching new ways to prevent, detect, and treat disease. Find specialists for your patient and discover educational opportunities for you.