“Never get weary of doing what is good.”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy

Pittsburgh Mercy Community Health

Pittsburgh Mercy Community Health serves  the  general  public  and  people  with  behavioral  health challenges, intellectual disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, veterans, people who are incarcerated, the frail elderly, and other vulnerable populations. Our innovative, community and outreach programs work collaboratively with others in our community to improve population health through wellness, disease prevention, care management, social inclusion, and community engagement initiatives. Our programs include Pittsburgh Mercy’s Operation Safety Net®, our award- winning program for people experiencing homelessness; Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center, our integrated primary care center and mobile medical unit; PAServes: Greater Pittsburgh and other services for veterans;  Dancing Classrooms Pittsburgh an arts-in-education program; tobacco cessation; and other school, community-based, and justice-related prevention and intervention services.

We also offer many professional training, education, and development opportunities to the community, including Mental Health First Aid, crisis intervention, and trauma-informed care trainings. Additionally, the Pittsburgh Mercy Parish Nurse and Health Ministry Program offers support, continuing education, consultation, and resources to nurses and health ministers who volunteer in their faith communities. It’s the first and only program of its kind in Southwestern Pennsylvania. To date, our program has served more than 4,000 health care professionals and commissioned 400 faith community nurses and health ministers.

To learn more about Pittsburgh Mercy, or to make a donation in support of its important work in the community, visit our donate page. Follow Pittsburgh Mercy on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and YouTube, and PghMercy on Twitter and Instagram.

Bethlehem Haven

Bethlehem Haven, part of the Pittsburgh Mercy Family of Care™ and located in Uptown Pittsburgh, is a women’s shelter that provides safe shelter and sanctuary for more than 100 women per night. Bethlehem Haven links women to supportive services that are specifically designed for their individual needs so they can achieve self-sufficiency, permanent housing, and personal empowerment. Annually, Bethlehem Haven provides nearly 60,000 meals; sees approximately 600 men and women in its health and wellness clinic; fills countless physical and emotional needs for its residents; and offers employment training to more than 100 men and women in the community.

To learn more about Bethlehem Haven, or to make a donation in support of its important work in the community, visit www.bethlehemhaven.org. Follow Bethlehem Haven on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

McAuley Ministries

Named in honor of Catherine McAuley, founder of the Sisters of Mercy, McAuley Ministries is the grant-making foundation of Pittsburgh Mercy. Established in 2008, McAuley Ministries serves as a catalyst for change, committing resources and working collaboratively to promote healthy, safe, and vibrant communities. Grant-making priorities include health and wellness; education; community and economic development; capacity-building support for nonprofit organizations; and program initiatives supported by the Sisters of Mercy in Pittsburgh. McAuley Ministries is one of the largest philanthropic foundations in Southwestern Pennsylvania. It awards approximately $3 million in grants annually.

To learn more about McAuley Ministries and the important work it supports in the community, visit www.mcauleyministries.org.

To learn more about Pittsburgh Mercy’s services, please call 1-877-637-2924 or contact us. We’re here to help.