“Let charity be our badge of honor…so that it may truly be said, there is in us but one heart and one soul in God.”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy

Pittsburgh Mercy Behavioral Health

Pittsburgh Mercy Behavioral Health provides community-based behavioral health and addiction services and empowers individuals to manage their symptoms and achieve their recovery goals.

  • $50 can cover a person’s medication co-payments for one month.
  • $75-100 pays for a bus pass for one individual’s transportation to/from work during the first month of employment.
  • $150 purchases flowers, seeds, vegetables, and plants for therapeutic gardening activities.
  • $150 provides pre-paid phones for consumers to utilize when they are initially referred to a Community Treatment Team and don’t have phone service.
  • $250 supports local outings that help people improve their community awareness and social skills.
  • $250 funds a nutrition group to promote healthy lifestyles.
  • $250 provides a reading room or library for consumers in a supportive housing program.
  • $300 pays for one month’s rent at Fairweather Lodge, a permanent housing option that also includes community employment opportunities for people with mental illness.
  • $500 provides an annual arts and crafts program for individuals who live in the community and participate in our programs.
  • $500 funds a music therapy exercise group or a poetry group for people in recovery.

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Pittsburgh Mercy Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Services

Pittsburgh Mercy Intellectual Disabilities Services supports individuals who have intellectual disabilities and empowers them to lead healthy, full lives.

  • $50 can cover a person’s medication co-payments for one month.
  • $75-100 pays for a bus pass for one individual’s transportation to/from work during the first month of employment.
  • $250 supports local outings that help people improve their community awareness and social skills.
  • $500 provides an arts and crafts program for individuals with intellectual disabilities who live in the community and participate in our programs.

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“It is for God we serve the poor, not for thanks.”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy