About Pittsburgh Mercy Veterans Services
Pittsburgh Mercy offers services to help veterans and their families with problems stemming from addiction, mental and physical health issues, incarceration (jail), and return to civilian life.
PAServes – Greater Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Mercy is proud to host PAServes – Greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s first coordinated network of public, private, and non-profit organizations working together to serve veterans (active and former) and their families and third in the growing AmericaServes national network. Launched in 2015 and headquartered at Pittsburgh Mercy, the PAServes – Greater Pittsburgh network has grown into a community network of more than 61 registered, participating service providers. In its first three years, PAServes – Greater Pittsburgh has assisted 3,223 individuals with 6,603 needs.
We coordinate services and can assist you and your family with:
- Benefits navigation
- Family support
- Food assistance
- Financial assistance and money management
- Health care (physical health, mental health, and addiction services)
- Household goods
- Housing and shelter services
- Individual support
- Legal assistance
- Meeting supporters and other veterans
- Mentoring opportunities
- Social, sports, fitness, and recreational opportunities
- Spouse support
- Utility assistance
- Volunteer opportunities.
Note: PAServes – Greater Pittsburgh is not a crisis service. If you are experiencing a crisis or a medical emergency, call the Veteran Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255, dial 911, or go to your nearest hospital.
Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center
If you and your family need physical health (primary care) services, Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center, our integrated primary care center located on Pittsburgh’s South Side, proudly accepts TRICARE®/Health Net insurance, the United States Department of Defense insurance plan. We participate in a number of other commercial insurance plans as well.
Our experienced team provides primary care services to people of all ages – children through seniors.
Our care team and mobile medical unit travel to several locations in our community.
For more information about Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center, services, hours of operation, mobile medical unit schedule, our care team, and more, visit our Physical Health page or contact us at 1-877-637-2924.
Rally Point is a Pittsburgh Mercy program that provides veterans (anyone who has served in the U.S. military) with an opportunity to meet in a supportive group environment. Participants discuss topics that veterans have a unique way of understanding based on their experiences in the military. These topics center around learning how to best utilize the unique strengths that the group members possess as veterans and what it means to be a veteran.
There is no cost to participate. All veterans of the U.S. military are welcome, regardless of discharge status.
For more information about Rally Point, contact us at 1-877-637-2924.