Health, Education, Social Services & Human Services - All Under One Roof
Find out more about the services you can access at Fayette County Health Center. Our building is home to many of the region's top health care agencies.
Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services, Inc.
100 New Salem Road, Suite 116 Uniontown, PA 15401 Phone: (724) 437-0729 Fax: (724) 439-4974 Emergency Hotline: (724) 437-1003
About: Chestnut Ridge Counseling Services has been providing comprehensive, cost-effective mental health services since 1969 and treats over 5,000 individuals annually. The CRCSI's staff and services have continually expanded in an effort to meet the needs of Fayette County residents providing cost-effective services to all those in need. Clients of all ages, from children to the elderly, are seen individually, as a family, or as couples. With over 170 employees, CRCSI provides outpatient counseling, partial hospitalization, forensic services, 24-hour crisis services, family support services, psychological testing, psychiatric evaluations, in-school counseling, and family-based services.
• Central Intake-Evaluation • Fayette County Base Service Unit
• Family & Marital Counseling • Group Therapy
• Partial Hospitalization Unit
• Emergency Services (24 Hours)
Fayette County Drug & Alcohol Commission
100 New Salem Road, Suite 106 Uniontown, PA 15401 Phone: (724) 438-3576 Fax: (724) 438-4453
About: The Fayette County Drug & Alcohol Commission provides individual and family outpatient counseling for alcohol, drug, and related issues. They also provide referrals to inpatient detoxification or rehabilitation, prevention/education services to the community and schools and a program of education/intervention for individuals referred by the court system for driving under the influence or underage drinking.
• Commission • Treatment
• Evening & Weekend Emergency Services
Mental Health Association in Fayette County
100 New Salem Road, Suite 118 Uniontown, PA 15401 Phone: (724) 438-6738
About: The Mental Health Association in Fayette County offers supportive services, referrals, resources, and educational outreach, encouraging positive life choices during behavioral health recovery.
Core Values • Support the consumer's right to choose the services that fit his/her lifestyle in order to achieve his/her definition of recovery. • Treat the needs and concerns of those we serve in a respectful and dignified manner. • Provide useful and accurate information to consumers so they can make informed choices and decisions regarding their life. • Provide and maintain a safe and secure environment for the individuals we serve and our employees. • Advocate for change in order to improve and/or implement programs and services that help individuals with their recovery. • Educate consumers, family members, and our community by providing accurate and updated information.
Advocacy Network Partners:
• Partners for Recovery — Suicide Survivors Support • Youth MOVE • Oak House Drop-In Center — A Place to Socialize & Have Fun • Helping Hands Program • Parent Involved Network (PIN) — Help for Parents with Special Needs & Behavioral Issued Children at School
• NAMI • Representative Payee Program — Help with Money Management • Independent Monitoring for Quality (IM4Q) — Counseling for Families to Improve Their Quality of Life • Consumer/Family Satisfaction Team (C/FFT) — Help with Provider Services
Oak House Drop-In Center
100 New Salem Road, Suite 118 Uniontown, PA 15401 Phone: (724) 439-9332
We invite you to come and meet some new old friends:
• We are Outstanding Individuals • We are Adults • We are Kind • We are Honest • We are Social
• We are Outgoing • We are Understanding of each other's needs • We are Excited to be part of a special group of people.
About: Oak House is located at the Mental Health Association in Fayette County. It is a place where people with mental health issues can socialize, watch movies or television, and participate in recreational activities such as pool, darts, games and cards, exercise activities, and crafts. In addition to the many daily activities, members often take field trips and go on outings. You can meet new friends, learn new things, and feel good about yourself.
Oak House is open Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Some transportation is available. Call (724) 439-9332 to talk to us.
There are some conditions you must meet if you want to drop in:
• You must have a past or present primary diagnosis of mental illness (or ID). • You must be at least 18 years old. • You must be able to care for your own needs.
• You must abide by the rules of the Oak House and transportation guidelines. • You must complete a short questionnaire. • You must request and arrange for transportation ahead of time.
Pennsylvania Department of Health
100 New Salem Road, Suite 102 Uniontown, PA 15401 Phone: (724) 439-7400 Fax: (724) 439-2262
About: The Department of Health provides clinics, and health services daily. It's standing room only during flu season while they provide much-needed services to our community. They're also an excellent resource for information. Pamphlets and literature are readily available to help you with your healthcare needs.
• Well-Baby Clinics • Immunization Clinics
• Children's Orthopedic & Diagnostic Clinics
• Cardiac Clinic • Venereal Disease Clinics
• Handicapped Children's Clinic
Phoenix Program Adult Partial Hospitalization
• Adult Day Care • Adult Foster Care
• Homemaker/Chore Help • Centralized Caseworker Services