Stuart Fisk, Director

Stuart FiskOffice of Behavioral Health

Stuart Fisk CRNP, MSN lives in Pittsburgh PA and has been involved in HIV research, nursing, and prevention since 1988. He has provided hospice, nursing and medical care for persons living with HIV disease since 1992 with a focus on providing care for persons with substance use and mental health disorders. He has helped to develop a number of innovative harm reduction based programs to provide compassionate and state of the art care for these populations, both in Pittsburgh and San Francisco, CA.

He was involved in the development and legalization of Prevention Point Pittsburgh, a syringe exchange program providing a broad range of prevention services for injection drug users in the region. He helped to start the Positive Health Clinic, a Ryan White/HRSA funded primary care HIV clinic at Allegheny General Hospital in 1999. He was a co-founder and Director of the Center for Inclusion Health (Center for Inclusion Health | Allegheny Health Network ( at Allegheny Health Network in 2014. He was involved in the development and provision of MOUD in the Allegheny County Jail.

Stuart is currently the Director of the Office of Behavioral Health at the Allegheny County Department of Human Services where he oversees Mental Health and Substance Use related care.