Outpatient Clinic Services

We believe that mental health is just as important as an individual’s physical health. Mental health encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, act, how we relate to friends and family, and make everyday choices. One’s mental health can be affected by biological factors (like genes and brain chemistry), life experiences (such as abuse, trauma, and neglect), and a family history of mental health issues.

Our staff is committed to providing care in diverse settings and assisting individuals in their attempts to deal with issues and symptoms related to mental health. Our programs provide structure, support, and expectations, and guides an individual through the experience by using evidence-based interventions and treatment.

Program Overview

Our Mental Health Outpatient Services can include mental health assessments, psychiatric evaluations, individualized plans of care, medication management, and individual, family, and group therapy options for children, adolescents and adults.

We understand every patient is different, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment. Our Master’s level licensed and unlicensed psychologists have a wide variety of backgrounds and specialties. This diversity in experience helps us offer high-quality, personalized care to adults and children with a range of behavioral and mental health needs.

The referral form can be found here

Outpatient services are available in:

Beaver Falls 
1008 7th Ave. #210,
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Butler 

220 S. Main St. Suite B,
Butler, PA  16001

Zelienople 

30 Glade Run Dr., Zelienople, PA 16063

East Liberty
5648 Friendship Ave.,
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Wexford
2500 Brandt School Rd.,
Wexford, PA 15090
West View HUB
(By appointment only)435 Perry Hwy.,
West View, PA 15229

 

For general questions about this service or to begin a referral, contact Glade Run’s Outpatient Referral Coordinator at Referrals@gladerun.org 

This email is intended to be used for general inquiries. In the event of an emergency or mental health crisis, please call 911 or your local county crisis center. A list of crisis centers can be found here.

Dear Mind Early Psychosis Intervention

Glade Run is pleased to participate in the Dear Mind Campaign, which identifies youth and young adults with a high clinical risk of psychosis with an outreach program delivered by Glade Run’s professional Beaver County staff.

Research shows that:

  • 50% of all mental illness has onset before age 14
  • 75% of mental illness begins by age 24
  • 50% of children with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) receive no treatment
  • Age of onset of psychosis is 12 – 26 years
  • Prodromal symptoms begin 2 years earlier
  • 37% with SMI drop out of school

Early treatment equals better outcomes. It can reduce the duration of untreated Serious Mental Illness and prevent the loss of educational and vocational opportunities. Participation in treatment also prevents relapse.

Individuals can reduce the duration of untreated Serious Mental Illness with early screening treatment, providing hope for recovery, resuming age appropriate social and educational activities, and supporting education and employment goals.

Glade Run is here to help. Referrals to this service can be made by contacting Glade Run at (724) 452,4453, ext. 1084 or referrals@gladerun.org.