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Dr. Jim Withers, founder and medical director of Pittsburgh Mercy's Operation Safety Net, is quoted in this story about a #streetmedicine program in Syracuse, NY. http://ow.ly/ufYk30l35Lt
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Operation Safety Net, Pittsburgh Mercy's medical and social service outreach program for Allegheny County's homeless population, is in need of socks, water bottles, and sunscreen this summer for the individuals we serve. Donations are accepted Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at our Wellspring Drop-In Center, 903 Watson St., Uptown, Pittsburgh 15219. Thank you!
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Space is limited for our Foundations of Faith Community Nursing Course in October. Contact hours for #RNs. Others learn about various roles as #healthministers. Register today! http://ow.ly/9SRP30l1Hu4
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Do you know our story? It starts in 1843 with seven young and courageous Sisters of Mercy, who came from Ireland to Pittsburgh to provide community service to those who were most in need. To find out what's happened in the 175 years since, visit http://ow.ly/yrhM30kZQdV
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Dr. Jack Todd Wahrenberger, Pittsburgh Mercy's chief medical officer, co-authored "A Model of Enhanced Primary Care for Patients with Severe Mental Illness" in the July/August 2018 North Carolina Medical Journal.
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Dr. Jim Withers, founder and medical director of Pittsburgh Mercy's #OperationSafetyNet, discussed crossing social barriers in medicine during his talk at Michigan State University earlier this week. http://ow.ly/gS0i30kWBWw
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Pittsburgh Mercy is a member of the Allegheny County Jail Collaborative. We offer intervention programs to support people who are incarcerated (in jail). The program helps to keep families connected and to build skills that empower successful reentry into the community. For more information, please call 412-697-4709. To learn more about our intervention services, visit http://ow.ly/BTM430kUd1u
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RNs, need contact hours? Interested in serving your faith community? Check out the Foundations of Faith Community Nursing Course offered by our Pittsburgh Mercy Parish Nurse and Health Ministry Program. #RN #healthminister #continuingeducation http://ow.ly/HMis30kT6zx
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Kellen Hill, program administrator of Prevention Services at Pittsburgh Mercy, is featured in The Incline’s “Who's Next” series, which highlights some of the most dynamic people under 40 shaping Pittsburgh every day. He is among the next generation of leaders and influencers shaping education. http://ow.ly/Z1sA30kN23K
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July was designated as Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in 2008 to bring awareness to the unique struggles that underrepresented groups face in regard to mental illness in the United States (US).

If you think you or a loved-one may be experiencing signs of a mental illness, visit www.mhascreenorg to take a free, quick and confidential screen for depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD, and/or Alcohol or Substance Use problems.

Please visit the link below for additional resources.
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