Behavioral Health Administration
To enrich lives by providing choice and access to resources that encourage hope, independence, and recovery.
Every individual supported by the Fayette County Behavioral Health Administration will have the opportunity for growth, recovery, and meaningful participation in their community, have access to culturally competent services and supports of their choice, and enjoy a quality of life that includes family members and friends.
Availability of Services
Life can be confusing when you need to find behavioral health services. Fayette County Behavioral Health Administration (FCBHA) is here to make sure you can find the best behavioral health programs and services to meet your individual and family needs.
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability or Mental Health Issue, or if your child (birth to age 3) does not seem to be attaining normal milestones and you would like to inquire about Early Intervention, you can call us at 724-430-1370 and ask for help.
Health Plan Coverage
You can also look at the back of your Medical Card; if your health plan has a Behavioral Health Component, it will be listed there and you should call them for the most appropriate options for your specific health plan.
FCBHA works with Service Providers throughout Fayette County and the western region to meet the needs of the community and its residents. It is our mission to make sure that appropriate programs, services, and supports are available to help you along the way to recovery and wellness.
24-Hour Crisis Hotline
If you are experiencing a crisis, please call our 24-hour crisis hotline at 724-437-1003. All calls are confidential. Read more about confidentiality in the Fayette County Behavioral Health Administration Notice of Privacy 2016 (PDF).
For answers to questions you may have, please call our office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Other Area Resources
Pennsylvania 211 Southwest
There is a new directory of Human Services Hotline connecting people with the help they need, Pennsylvania (PA) 211 Southwest. This is a free resource and information hub that connects people with community, health, and disaster services in 11 counties through a free, 24/7 confidential phone service and website.
Network of Care
For detailed information about conditions, programs, and services in general, we invite you to also visit the Network of Care. Their website is a resource for individuals, families, and agencies concerned with behavioral health. It provides information about behavioral health services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features.