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Re:Solve to Speak at May NAMI Meeting

By Submitted Report
The Tube City Almanac
April 26, 2023
Posted in: Announcements

McKeesport chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness support group will meet at 6 p.m. May 3 at Penn State Greater Allegheny in Frable Building Room 122, a spokeswoman said. The meeting is open to families and friends of loved ones living with mental illness.

Guest speakers from Re:Solve Crisis Services will discuss the unit’s support features. Sponsored by Allegheny County and UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital, the 24-hour, 365-day crisis service is free to all Allegheny County residents.

Re:Solve offers a 24-hour hotline answered by trained clinicians and provides a mobile response team that travels where needed within the county.

Re:Solve also has a walk-in center at 333 N. Braddock Ave. in Pittsburgh’s Point Breeze neighborhood where staff offer face-to-face counseling and recommendations for long-term care and support.

NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. The group offers understanding and support to those who are affected by these conditions.

For more information about the McKeesport meeting, call (412) 527-6600. For the NAMI Helpline, call (412) 366-3788 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Originally published April 26, 2023.

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