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. It’s about how we engage with our communities. At Pittsburgh Mercy, we consider the many factors that contribute to your well-being:
The physical dimension of wellness recognizes the need for nutrition, physical activity, and sleep. We offer many services to help you take care of your physical health.
The intellectual dimension of wellness recognizes creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills.
The emotional dimension of wellness is about developing skills and strategies to cope with stress.
The social dimension of wellness is about developing a sense of connection with others and well-developed supports. We offer many opportunities to engage with others.
The environmental dimension of wellness promotes good health through pleasant, stimulating environments that support well-being.
The occupational dimension of wellness refers to the sense of personal satisfaction and enrichment one gets from work. We can help you find, get, and keep your employment.
The spiritual dimension of wellness is the search for meaning and purpose in the human experience.
The financial dimension of wellness is about finding satisfaction with current and future financial situations.
Source: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)