Office of Behavioral Health

The Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) provides support for county residents in need of mental health and/or substance abuse services.

Types of Services

Provided by, contracted for and monitored by the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH)

Information About OBH Services

Mental health and substance abuse concerns

  • Phone: 412-350-4457 (all calls including 24-hour emergency service)
  • Fax: 412-350-3880
  • Email

Mental health telephone and mobile crisis intervention services (resolve)

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP, non-emergency)

Report a Critical Incident

A critical incident (CI), also called an unusual incident, sentinel event, or adverse event, is an unexpected and undesirable event that has an adverse impact on a consumer’s health or safety. Every provider contracted with OBH is required to report the types of incidents that OBH considers reportable within 24 hours of the incident occurring or of the provider learning of the incident.

Report the Abuse or Neglect of an Adult with a Disability

About OBH

Office Locations

Human Services Building
One Smithfield Street, Suite 300
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Riverfront Place
Community Integration Teams
Pharmacy Benefit Program
810 River Avenue, Suite 220
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

OBH Profile(PDF, 330KB)
One-page overview of the office and a more detailed description of the office including legal mandates, administration, fiscal and person statistics, programs and services, and contact information.

Contact Information
Sue Martone, DHS Assistant Deputy Director, OBH


Annual Plans and Budgets