Thank you for taking a moment to learn more about Glade Run Pittsburgh. Our teams of teachers, therapists, and staff members create partnerships with families and provide unique learning opportunities tailored to individual needs.
We take pride in serving children, families and adults in Pittsburgh and in continuing the work began by William Passavant in 1854.
Our Pittsburgh office is the central office which supports the Glade Run School Based Outpatient and Glade Run Pittsburgh BHRS programming. Below you will find new youth and teen groups forming in our Pittsburgh office. We are also providing psych time for those clients who are involved in School Based or BHRS programming. Find out more or reserve your child’s spot by contacting Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting you and your family.
Alexandra Salcido LSW, HSV
Vice President, Clinical Programs
Wraparound (BHRS) is a form of short-term therapy for children and adolescents that involves family participation. Treatment is specific to your child and family’s needs.
Services occur in the home, community, and school; the location depends on where a child is experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Therapeutic interventions address inattention, defiance, depressed mood, anxiety, social difficulties, and symptoms of autism.
Wraparound is best for:
Families managing their child’s significant behavioral or emotional difficulties
Children and adolescents whose behaviors disrupt their daily lives
Caregivers with an interest in learning new strategies to help their child.
To begin, please call:
Amy Broz, BHRS Referral Coordinator
We understand how the struggle with emotional challenges can significantly impact a child’s educational achievement.
We promote a community of care through an integrated and early intervention approach to meet the educational, social, and emotional needs of children and their families.
Our reputation is built on providing a balanced approach to in-school behavioral health services and by reducing learning barriers through partnership with schools.
- A therapeutic classroom model designed to support the culture of the school and support the needs of a wide variety of diagnostic groups
- Assist by providing crisis services related to the assessment and treatment of at-risk behaviors
- Promote closer connections to families by providing family therapy, informational talks, and parent support meetings
Amy Snyder, MED
Program Manager of School Based Services
(412) 661.1827, ext. 113
Hours and Details
The Pittsburgh Glade Run office is opened Monday through Friday from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm. Night and weekend hours are available by appointment.
Most major insurance and medical assistance is accepted, however, certification varies by therapist; please call to confirm your eligibility if you have a preferred therapist.
There is a parking lot with limited parking immediately adjacent to the building and non-metered street parking is available on the surrounding streets.
Bus Routes: 71A Negley, 71C Point Breeze, 82 Lincoln, 86 Liberty, and P1.
Glade Run Lutheran Services
5648 Friendship Avenue,
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
(412) 661.1827, Phone
(412) 661.1867, Fax