Welcome to Pittsburgh Mercy!

We’re a person-centered, population-based, trauma-informed community health and wellness provider.
All are welcome here!

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SECOND AVENUE COMMONS FIRE UPDATE (JUNE 10 at 4 p.m.): Over the next couple of days, we will have information about personal belongings from Second Avenue Commons. Please call 412-240-7000 or check back for updates. If you were a resident of the SROs (fourth or fifth floors), please call NDC Asset Management at 412-647-7406. Engagement Center services are temporarily suspended at this time. Individuals who need shelter for the night are encouraged to check other shelters first. If there is no availability, stop by the David L. Lawrence Convention Center at 1000 Fort Duquesne Boulevard, Downtown, to determine if there is an open bed. To our generous community: If you would like to make a donation to help during these extraordinary times, please hit our GIVE button or visit https://donate.pittsburghmercy.org/secondavenuecommons. If you would like to volunteer or make an in-kind donation, please email Brendan Copp, our volunteer coordinator, at Brendan.Copp@pittsburghmercy.org.

SECOND AVENUE COMMONS FIRE: More than 180 vulnerable individuals were displaced by the devastating three-alarm fire at SECOND AVENUE COMMONS June 4.

We Consider Your Needs –
Body, Mind, and Spirit

Wellness is about more than your physical well-being and the absence of disease. It’s about your total well-being – body, mind, and spirit. It’s about how we relate to one another and engage with our communities. At Pittsburgh Mercy, we consider the many factors that contribute to your well-being.

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"The corporal and spiritual works of Mercy are the business of our lives."

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy